Family Guy – I Dream of Jesus
Season 7, Episode 2
“Surfin’ Bird” is an American famous music tune performed by the surf shake band The Trashmen. Discharged in the fall of 1963, the melody came to No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 in January 1964. The melody – a blend of two prior tunes by cadence and blues amass The Rivingtons, “Dad Oom-Mow-Mow” and “The Bird’s the Word” – turned into The Trashmen’s just main 10 hit.
On Family Guy, “Surfin’ Bird” is included in the principal demonstration of the scene “I Dream of Jesus”. The melody is played on a jukebox while the Griffins are going to the Nifty Fifties Diner; Peter uncovers that “Surfin’ Bird” was his main tune from youth and starts moving. At the point when the administrator of the burger joint starts to dispose of the 45 RPM duplicate of tune for neglecting to fit into the cafe’s 1950s subject, Peter takes the record home and continues to make everybody insane by playing the tune relentless, moving to the melody and making it a piece of each discussion he has.
After Peter spends the vast majority of his family’s investment funds on creating a dull business worked around the tune, Brian and Stewie attempt to cure Peter of his most recent fixation by taking and afterward obliterating the record. Before the finish of the scene, Peter gets another duplicate of the melody, which plays amid the end credits.
Seth MacFarlane and Alex Borstein play out the tune live in Family Guy Presents: Seth and Alex’s Almost Live Comedy Show.
Subside sings it again while having amnesia supposing it is another melody in “Enormous Man on Hippocampus”.
Dwindle additionally sings it to escape jury obligation in “April in Quahog”.
Diminish sings a melody variant of “Fowl” to attempt to set the mind-set for Carter Pewterschmidt’s expression of remorse in “Welcome Back, Carter”.
In “Overlook Me-Not”, Peter, having no memory of his identity, hears the tune playing at the Clam, however pulls the attachment on the jukebox calling it “irritating”, not at all like the past time he lost his memory.
Diminish quickly sang the melody again in “Inside Family Guy”, where he was singing the tune in the Drunken Clam, just to have Jerome toss a pack of nickels into his groin.