After arriving in India, Indiana Jones is asked by a desperate village to find a mystical stone. In " Fifteen Minutes of Shame ", Peter threatens Meg by refusing to give her the antidote to poison in a reference to the film. The sequence including an Arab chasing Peter and Stewie and Michael Eisner reciting Mola Ram's heart-stealing chant, only to get pushed off a cliff and eaten by crocodiles in the same manner also parodies the film. In " Family Goy ", Stewie recited the chant as an extension of a Jewish prayer, using Meg as his victim. Goode " when Stewie decides learning how to swim isn't as bad as the summer he spent in India. During a fight between Peter and Brian in " Play It Again, Brian ", Peter holds a keg above his head with the intent to hit Brian with it, and is kicked in the genitals, at which time the keg falls on his head.
It originally aired on Fox in the United States on October 4, In the episode, Lois discovers that her mother is Jewish and begins her struggle to adapt to her newfound heritage. Meanwhile, Irish Catholic Peter begins to embrace his wife's new religion, but after a spiritual visit from his deceased stepfather, Francis , he becomes increasingly anti-semitic towards Lois and the family. It received mixed reviews from critics for its storyline and cultural references, in addition to receiving criticism from the Parents Television Council. According to Nielsen ratings , it was viewed in 9.
Sometimes on Family Guy when there about to take someones heart out they say, "calimar" or maybe it's spelled different. If you've never seen "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom," basically what you need to know is that the movie takes place in India and the bad guy is an Indian, called Mola Ram in the movie. He's a Hindu, and in Hinduism, Kali Ma is one of their gods. The full line in the movie is "Kali ma Kali ma