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What videos are referenced in Stewie's version of Everything I do I do it for you?

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The list isn't complete but some of them are:

  • Muse

The scene were stewie is throwing the phone and breaking the tv with the lamp. "Hysteria" by Muse.

  • The White Stripes

The scene in Stewie's music video where he's made of Legos is a reference to the video "Fell In Love With A Girl" by The White Stripes.

»The Police The shot of Stewie dancing in slow motion in a room full of candles is a reference to the 80's video for "Wrapped Around Your Finger" by The Police.

»Across The Universe Part of Stewie's Music Video he is throwing paint at a canvas much like during the "Strawberry fields" part of this film, except he does not use strawberry juice as paint as well.

»The Birth of Venus During Stewie's music video, a scene of him standing naked in a clam shell is shown. This is an allusion to the Sandro Botticelli painting, The Birth of Venus.

  • A-Ha

The pencil drawing part A-ha from 'Take on me'.

  • Fleetwood Mac

The scene in the barn, where stewie is walking closer to the camera is from Little Lies.

  • Pink Floyd and/or Muse

Destroyed Hotel room is either from The Wall motion picture or from the Hysteria video.

  • Guns N Roses

Estranged-The scene where the kids disapear from the swings. Also, the RIP headstone which writes Stewie Griffin instead of Axl Rose is without question Don't Cry.

  • Elliott Smith

Part in the subway, in black and white, Stewie has a red balloon like in Elliott's video of Son of Sam.

The scene with the "will work for love" sign may be referencing Usher's Will Work for Love song.

>When Stewie walks across a field with a cello player might be reference to Eurymythics video for "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)"

  • Marillion

Jumping off a bridge and into the river is from Marillion's Brave movie (closer to the movie version than the edited The Great Escape videoclip). Minute 5:56 here:

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