Following the first teaser about two months ago, we're finally getting more of a glimpse at the highly anticipated Simpsons-Family Guy crossover episode.
In the nearly 5-minute clip, the Griffins find themselves stuck in Springfield, where Bart introduces Stewie to his prank phone calls to Moe's Tavern (Stewie sort of ruins the fun), Homer bonds over his doughnuts (and a daydream sequence) with Peter, and Stewie learns how to ride a skateboard with Bart.
While at first it seems like Homer and Peter are in the midst of developing a beautiful friendship, that soon goes south when Peter insists that Homer try his Peter's Patriot Ale. "This is a lousy rip-off of Duff," Homer yells.
Apparently, those were fighting words, because the two started battling it out, throwing down in an epic battle on a school bus and beyond.
The footage, which includes a cameo by Bob from Bob's Burgers, was screened Saturday during the Family Guy panel at Comic-Con, according to Entertainment Weekly. Family Guy's Christmas installment was also teased at the event with executive producer Steve Gallaghan saying Jesus will return to Quahog.
"Peter and the guys discover that Jesus is a virgin, so they decide to go about helping him get laid," he said. "We're all going to hell," Mike Henry quipped in the voice of Cleveland.
Liam Neeson will also make a cameo, the mag reported, with Peter getting his shot at trying to beat up the actor (he says he can do it every time he gets drunk). Julie Bowen, Jeff Garlin, Allison Janney, Lea Thompson and Joe Buck will also guest-star during the season, which will see Stewie becoming pregnant with Brian's baby, among many other things.
The Simpsons-Family Guy crossover episode is set to air September 28. Are you excited about it? Tell us in the comments!