In this lil game of ours, it is easy to get lost and so focused into collecting items or unlocking characters that we tend to forget the lil things that make the game what it is. Like Where the HELL did these items come from and why are they in our games?
Well I am here to do just that for you. Let’s take a look at the Family Guy Series and find out just Where The HELL Did That Come From?
In this post, I will be covering the Origin of that lil girl Olivia Fuller, the Quahog School of Performing Arts, Olivia’s Home, and even Olivia’s Playhouse. Why is she in our game? Didn’t she die? Where did she show up in the Family Guy Series? What is with the School and Playhouse? Let’s take a look at the TV Episodes to find out.
Season 3, Episode 18: From Method to Madness
Brian and Lois are at Quahog School of Performing Arts seeing some “Amateur” actor. Brian feels he can do a lot better and Lois challenges him to prove it.
He later is at the school with Stewie for auditions. Brian fails to impress the judges and Stewie, wanting him out of the house more often, runs up to tell the judges off. It ends up Stewie impresses them with his performance, and he is offered a place in the Rising Star Program.
While Stewie was outside the classroom getting a drink, he overhears his Teacher discussing with another one that if Stewie and Olivia don’t pull it together the both of them are going to fail. Both will end up being kicked out of the School. So Stewie decides to make peace with Olivia long enough so they can pass. The two end up putting on a Song & Dance routine titled “You Do!” They pass with an A+.
The two are such a hit, their Teacher decides to travel around so they can show off their talent. Olivia is really happy and excited how well they’re doing… that is until Stewie starts to critique her. The two continue to bicker over n over all throughout their lil tour. It finally comes to a full on drag down, knock out match as the curtains open to show the two throwing punches at one another. The audience is in shock. Olivia is done with it all and quits. Stewie attempts to go out on his own, but fails miserably. He gets so desperate to be in the spotlight again, he even creates a Ventriloquist Dummy Olivia.
Stewie starts to completely crack and lose it. As he is rambling away to his stuffed animals, Olivia stops by in her fur coat. He figures she is there to get the team back together. Instead, she is there to tell him she is off to Hollywood. Stewie ends up in a padded room in the Asylum… that is until Brian brings a tuning fork and Stewie finally realizes it was HIM that was flat not Olivia when they sang. So… back home to “Normal” life he goes.
Season 5, Episode 7: Chick Cancer
Stewie and Brian are sitting on the Griffin couch watching the news. Tom starts to go into a story about Olivia’s career. Her rise to fame from “Tasty Juice” but it seems she is in a quick decline just as fast as the Company is dropping her as spokesperson. But she may still have a chance, she will be at the Quahog Mall opening up the new Brat Wraps store. Stewie immediately concocts a plan to go there and heckle her.
It doesn’t quite go as planned when Stewie sees her and realizes he is quite attracted to her. He “accidentally” bumps into her in the store and makes small talk. He tries to invite her over, but Olivia blows him off. He is just not her type. She wants more mature men now. Stewie, not one to give up so easily, borrows some of Brian’s fur to make himself appear more mature. Brian pulls him aside and explains if he REALLY wants to learn how to get a girl, just observe Quagmire. They walk outside to see Quagmire insulting his latest date and her reacting by going back inside. He is shocked to see that women like it when you treat them like crap. Stewie sees this as way to get Olivia back.
The next morning he heads over to Olivia’s house as the “bad boy” and begins to insult her the moment she opens the front door. This literally drives her to tears, which Stewie uses to make his move and tell her when he will be by to pick her up for a date. She accepts.
The two go to the park and have fun eating ice cream and people watching. They really seem to be getting along quite well. The day turns into night and the two are still together. Sitting and enjoying the sunset and stars beginning to appear into the night.
It is not long after the two start to bicker like a married old couple. They go to a birthday party for a kid named Quinn. Stewie is not happy about it. Everyone there is HER friends. They run into Olivia’s friend Victor that she did a Flintstone’s Vitamin Commercial with. Stewie’s jealousy really starts to show. So the two start a fight over Victor. She quickly reminds Stewie that she can talk to whomever she wants as there is no ring on her finger. Cut immediately to Stuffed Rupert marrying the two of them.
The two then later are seen in their “home” that happens to be a cardboard box. Olivia “cooking” on the stove as Stewie comes in. She asks him how his day went. The two start fighting again over what they keep having for dinner and that their relationship is loveless.
They later arrive at a restaurant to join Brian and Julian for dinner, still both in a sour mood. Their fight continues to escalate from insults to more and more anger. To the point that Stewie is making a scene and taunting others in the restaurant to fight him. The two just don’t seem to be the right fit for each other. After talking it over with Brian (“It’s not your fault, Man”) Stewie decides he has to work it out. He heads to their Cardboard Box Home to talk to Olivia. He is shocked to find her there with Victor instead. Playing with Silly Putty he just bought her…this weekend.
Olivia tries to explain that it’s not what it looks like. Stewie doesn’t care. He wants to know if that is the Silly Putty… he bought her… this weekend. Stewie now knows she wanted it to end so he grabs Rupert and leaves… but not before setting the place on fire from outside.
….AND the episode ends. We never see the place burn all the way down, if anyone came by to put it out, if Olivia and Victor got out, or if anyone perished. Oh the speculations. LOL. 😉
And there you have it. What did you think of the episodes? Were you wanting Olivia in the game? Are you to the point of collecting for her yet? Did you think she died in the fire? Can YOU tell me who voiced Victor and why his voice is so familiar? Come on, I KNOW it’s driving you mad trying to figure it out. Lol. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Til Next Time