Censorship and changes on Family Guy since season 4 started, courtesy of Wikipedia: The versions aired on TV and on the DVD have an alternate scene where the remedial students are sold on the idea of working low-level jobs, but Brian tries to talk them out of it until finally he gives in. Petarded On the DVD version of this episode, right after Peter tells his friend Joe Swanson that he's retarded, there is a musical number where Joe tells the entire town, via a series of phone calls, about Peter's mental retardation. According to the DVD commentary track, Seth MacFarlane states that the musical scene which is a parody of the song "The Telephone Hour" from the musical Bye Bye Birdie was cut from the broadcast version of the episode due to censors objecting to the song featuring just about all of Peter's friends including Death singing the line "Peter is Retarded! Brian The Bachelor According to the DVD audio commentary on this episode, on the cutaway about Brooke spending the evening with Quagmire and his mother, the original name of the cat was "Pussy", but the censors found it to be too tasteless and it was changed to "Mittens" however, they didn't object to the implication that Quagmire intended to have a threesome with his mother and the Bachelorette. Also, in the scene where Cleveland is freaking out over his audition for "The Bachelorette" and Peter strips naked and strips Cleveland's clothes , originally Peter was supposed to be sitting on Cleveland's lap to keep Cleveland from running away, the censors found it to be too sexual.
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