Plot[ edit ] As Lois finds Chris and his friends watching a pornographic film , she becomes convinced a proper sex-ed class should be taught at his school. Since the sex-ed class at her children's school was removed, Lois decides to become the school's newest sex-ed teacher. In class, she attempts to teach students about safe sex , but her efforts are ruined by a botched attempt of Peter , who wishes to distribute his views on sex as well.
Soon after the first sex-ed class, parental protests arise as Lois taught kids about safe ways to perform premarital sex , rather than abstinence. As a result, Lois is subsequently fired. She is replaced by a reverend who promotes both premarital and marital abstinence, explaining fictional consequences of intercourse with various questionable examples.
The idea appeals to most students, including Meg , who starts a relationship with a fellow student named Doug. In a subplot, Stewie loses a tooth and is told about the tooth fairy. Frightened by the fairy tale, Stewie develops a plan to capture the fairy, not knowing she does not exist. He borrows Herbert's false teeth and provokes Brian 's girlfriend Jillian to throw up, as she has bulimia nervosa , in order to collect her teeth as well.
Brian, overseeing Stewie's increasing obsession with the fairy, reveals to Stewie that she does not exist, but another scene shows a man named T. Fairy, having an apparent tooth fetish , stealing teeth to roll around in them.
Peter, truly believing the anti-sex propaganda Meg brings home, starts wearing a chastity belt and refuses to have sex with Lois.
In her place, Lois, growing tired of the whole ordeal, convinces Peter to change his mind after raping him. At the same time, Lois catches Meg and Doug engaging in "ear sex" which has become a fad at the school. Meg explains they did it so that it would not count as sex "in the eyes of the Lord. Lois tells the kids that while they should not have sex until they are ready, everyone has urges and it is okay to have premarital sex, but only as long as it is practiced safely and encourages them to use condoms.
Following this revelation, Meg's boyfriend breaks up with her after discovering Meg's naked appearance. Humiliated, Meg blames Lois for ruining her relationship and runs away to her room, sobbing. As Peter, Brian, and Lois wrap things up, an announcer tells viewers to text which ending should end the episode: Sock it to me!
Production and censorship[ edit ] Many scenes from the original episode were seen as vulgar and were removed from the television broadcast. One of the scenes removed was from the beginning of the episode when Stewie, Chris, and his friends were watching Genital Hospital, a reference to the television show General Hospital.
The original scene had included the doctor on the film undoing his zipper after discussing the patient's health problems. The edited version cut away before the doctor could undo his zipper, but the sound can still be heard when it cuts back to Chris and his friends watching the porno. On the TV version, Peter is still naked, but it is implied through sound effects that Lois forcibly pushed him to the floor and she has a hand on her ear impling Peter attempted ear sex. A scene in which Brian, wearing a robe, informs Lois of the weird-tasting Smuckers jelly in the fridge leads Peter to reveal that the Smuckers was on his penis was edited on TV so that way he states that the jelly was on his crotch.
The scene was added after the episode had been made but prior to broadcasting. When Peter joins Meg in her quest to be abstinent, the TV version has a gag where Peter keeps mispronouncing the word, Meg corrects him, and Peter punishes her by sending her to her room.
The Adult Swim and DVD version replaces that scene with one that was edited for being insensitive to Asian people in which Peter tells Meg that now that he is abstinent, he will be as untouched as the turn signal on an Asian woman's car, followed by a cutaway of an Asian lady causing an accident on an eight-lane highway. In the scene involving Stewie entering Herbert 's house, a picture of Chris with the body of a model was in the animatic, but not shown on TV.
This deleted scene is featured in the episode animatic on the season five DVD set. Cultural references[ edit ] As Lois is informed the sex education classes will be terminated, she exclaims "Oh, no! The Real Orange County ; the women shown on the episode are actually cartoon animations of the real actors for the show. The scene cuts to Michael Jackson in his childhood form eating a bowl of Frosted Mini-Wheats , saying that he likes the frosted side, while the grown-up in him likes his younger self.
When Lois teaches a sex education class, Peter uses a bust of William Shakespeare and a Rainbow Brite doll to demonstrate sexual intercourse.
In the scene where Stewie loses a tooth, everybody comes in and tells him to calm down, then it shows a long line of characters, mimicking a scene from the movie Airplane! When Brian talks about Jillian's bulimia , he mentions the death of singer Karen Carpenter , who died from anorexia in Reception[ edit ] In a slight improvement over the previous week, the episode was viewed in 9.
The episode also acquired a 3.