Boopa-Dee Bappa-Dee is an episode of Family Guy.
The Griffins go to Italy.
- Tom Tucker
- Tricia Takanawa
- Joe Swanson
- Dean Martin
- Joe's Mom
- Mr. Spock
- Bart Simpson (As a Hologram)
- Steve Smith (As a Hologram)
- Rallo Tubbs (As a Hologram)
- Eric Cartman (As a Hologram)
- Bender Rodriquez (As a Hologram)
- Bobby Hill (As a Hologram)
- Jake Harper (As a Hologram)
- Manny Delgado (As a Hologram)
- Boyd Baxter (As a Hologram)
- The title of this episode is a callback to what Peter said, when he was trying to speak Italian in "McStroke".
- It's learned that Vinny Griffin is not a certified American citizen, but rather, an illegal Italian immigrant.
- Peter presses 'Guide' on the TV Remote in Italy, turning Stewie into Bart Simpson from "The Simpsons", Rallo Tubbs from "The Cleveland Show", Bobby Hill from "King of the Hill", Steve Smith from "American Dad!", Boyd Baxter from "Last Man Standing", Jake Harper from "Two and a Half Men", Manny Delgado from "Modern Family", and Bender Rodriquez from "Futurama".
- Chris thinks the American National Anthem is "I Will Always Love You".
- Peter's toenail performance is a parody of Lamisil fungus treatment commercials featuring Digger, a nail infection.
- Peter's suggestion to Vinny of Lois killing her roommate during a sex game is a reference to Amanda Knox in the murder of Meredith Kercher.
- Stewie's reference to Italians killing their brothers comes from the story of Romulus and Remus. Stewie's treatment of Chris also infers it to mean The Godfather: Part II, when Michael Corleone had his brother Fredo killed for betraying him.
- Peter distracting the shipyard workers by holding a sign referring to Tony Danza is a reference to a similar scene in the Rodney Dangerfield film Back to School.
- Downton Syndrome is a parody of the British TV series Downton Abbey.
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