The USA is divided: Japan rules the West Coast, Nazi Germany most of the eastern side of the country, with a small neutral zone in the middle. And though they took more than you'd like, the good luck is, you see, Another quarter inch it'd been a full lobotomy! Suspended upside-down from the ceiling, the man is interrogated while one of the women wields a samurai sword over his genitals.
Dick about an alternative history, set in 1962 after the Japanese and Germans have won World War 2. Marcy: (reads): We heard about your little loss, we know you'll make it through, 'Cause, thankfully, the part they took was of no use to you. They take a drug pusher hostage and begin to torture him for information.
Richie: Wow, I'm trippin' Patrick: No, no, don't trip. Both the powers intend to eradicate every trace of Jewishness in the country. Marcy is heard shrieking with laughter through the phone, until Peggy covers the receiver.) Peggy: Oh dear. Al is in a bed next to them, crying and fussing like a baby. Al's children, Bud (David Faustino) and Kelly (Christina Applegate), are carrying boxes down the stairs) Bud: Man, just when you thought all the disasters that could happen to Dad have happened to Dad... And we thought he was in a mood when they cut his hair too short.
I'm a sucker for [inaudible], so this is excellent. In other words, the Axis powers use a "racial" definition of Jewishness, rather than Frink's matrilineal definition. A room full of newly circumcised babies, all crying.
(ABC) Family comedy: Jim (Jim Belushi) is married to Cheryl (Courtney Thorne-Smith), and has three children including Kyle (Connor or Garret Sullivan). Edith (Jean Stapleton) brings home a cake with "Happy Bar Mitzvah, Irving" written on it, and asks (something like) "What's a Bar Mitzvah? Frylock has been conducting experiments at the behest of a mysterious German called Raydolph, who turns out to be a balloon version of Adolf Hitler (voiced by Bill Hader).