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Tea Peter 

Peter joins the Tea Party, only to discover that Carter Pewterschmidt is using the party to get rid of the government for his own selfish motives.

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Seth MacFarlane (created by), Seth MacFarlane (developed by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Seth MacFarlane ... Peter Griffin / Brian Griffin / Stewie Griffin / Glenn Quagmire (voice)
Alex Borstein ... Lois Griffin / Additional Voices (voice)
Seth Green ... Chris Griffin / Additional Voices (voice)
Mila Kunis ... Meg Griffin (voice)
Mike Henry ... Various (voice)
John G. Brennan ... Mort Goldman (voice) (as Johnny Brennan)
Kirker Butler ... Alan / Second Creature (voice)
Steve Callaghan Steve Callaghan ... Ride Attendant / Male Customer (voice)
Chris Cox ... Peter's Customer / Tea Party Member (voice)
Ralph Garman ... Peter's Customer / Tea Party Member (voice)
Mark Hentemann Mark Hentemann ... Opie (voice)
Alexa Ray Joel ... Alan's Wife / Bride (voice)
Christine Lakin ... Joyce Kinney / Woman on Phone (voice)
Patrick Meighan Patrick Meighan ... Peter's Customer / Tea Party Member (voice)
Julius Sharpe ... Peter's Customer / Tea Party Member (voice)
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Peter joins the Tea Party, only to discover that Carter Pewterschmidt is using the party to get rid of the government for his own selfish motives.

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Animation | Comedy

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Language:

English

Release Date:

13 May 2012 (USA) See more »

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Dolby

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

Last episode that David Zuckerman, co-creator of the show, served as executive producer on. See more »

Goofs

When Mayor West leaves office after the town's government is abolished, he takes one of the Town Hall pillars with him, yet later the pillar is miraculously restored. See more »

Quotes

Peter Griffin: Carter? Oh hey. You're involved with the Tea Party? Wait a minute. This is what Brian was warning me about: that the Tea Party is run by rich guys who are only out for themselves.
Carter Pewterschmidt: Brian? You mean that arrogant, unemployed dog of yours? Peter, he's just one of those liberal elites who spreads lies and hates patriots.
Peter Griffin: Yeah, he kinda is.
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Spoofs Gone Baby Gone (2007) See more »

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Worst example of political pandering yet
13 May 2012 | by ifwmSee all my reviews

In this episode, the writers lie about the origin of the tea party and its members, and carry water for Obama and the Democrats.

After watching, I was forced to once again wonder why the show spends so much time banging on one side of the political spectrum while totally ignoring things like the DEA cracking down on dispensaries.

Did they not do an entire episode on legalization?

So why aren't they calling their guy out on his lies? Why aren't they asking how the f*ck we ended up illegally selling guns to Mexican Cartel members, which were used to kill American citizens? Or murdering Citizens without trial, or why Gitmo is still open or, well you get the point.

Unless you like the taste of liberal taint, avoid the episode.


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