The clear Sunday night winner again. Stan disguising Roger as a Carribean dictator got really good once Roger got out of control with it and started painting the island banana yellow.
What made this episode great, though, was the B-plot of Steve and Snot trying to get secret action from the other's mom. The payoff was total hilarity and I nearly spit my Coke out when Steve said he felt Snot's heart beating. And really, a lot of us can relate to trying to get mom action when we were kids.
AD's off to a great start this year. At this rate, the show might be starting to peak.
I didn't realize that this was Ricardo Montalbán's last voice acting role before he passed away (at least according to Wikipedia) ... Considering the plotline, I now find that a little creepy.
Anyway, with this episode parodying "Moon over Parador", and Family Guy supposedly working on a "Spies Like Us"-themed episode, I want to see what Seth MacFarlane picks to complete the "80s Movies That No One Else Seems to Remember" trifecta for me ;)
Santino continued his tradition of coming down to the ring, being ten times funnier and more interesting than the other guy, and then getting his ass beat. He said to Rey Rey "anyone who a wears a mask eesa either incredibly ugly, incredibly stupid or...eesa the batman!" Man, if this guy could only wrestle he'd be King Korn Karn by now. Homeslice doesn't even have a finisher. -- Matt Fowler
I had forgotten about the existence of Sophie B. Hawkins. When you listen to the chorus of As I Lay Me Down it sounds like the background singers are saying "I love Tacos." And once you hear it, you can't unhear it.