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> #4 - Francine's Flashback

When Stan forgets his anniversary, he arranges to have 20 hours of Francine's memory erased, but the CIA temp on duty accidentally erases 20 years. Francine, having reverted to her wild child days, moves into her old apartment with Hayley as a roommate, and ends up going to a festival with Hayley's boyfriend. Meanwhile, Steve asks a good-looking girl out, but needs his wingman, Roger, to "jump on a grenade" for him and date her ugly cousin.

Original Air Date: May 15, 2005
Guest Stars: Patrick Stewart (as Bullock); Debra Wilson (as Whitney Houston);

Other Information (Trivia, Fun Facts, etc):
The scene where the raccoon dances to the music after surviving the explosion is reminiscent of the movie, Caddyshack.

While in Francine's old apartment, you can briefly see an AC/DC poster on the wall.

The song "Never Say Never" plays in the background of the party scene at Hayley and Francine's apartment. Queens of the Stone Age covered this song, however, that is not the version played here. It seems like an odd coincidence, since QOTSA front man Josh Homme guest starred in this episode.

The name of the tent where Stan takes Francine to after she fell unconscious at the Burning Man festival is called the "Dave Chappelle Freakout Tent."

The scene where Stan is trying to kill a raccoon is similar to an episode of Family Guy, called "DaBoom," where Peter is trying to kill a giant chicken that gave him a bad coupon.

Another show that brings up a hooker and a heart of gold is Futurama's episode, "Hell Is Other Robots."

Langley Falls Post front page headline: "Hooker Killed for Heart of Gold."  

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