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White Fang?! This is for ruining my 8th grade summer!
~ Peter Griffin about White Fang.

White Fang is a 1906 novel written by Jack London (1876-1916), and the name of the book's eponymous character, a wild wolfdog. It serves as the sole antagonist in the Family Guy episode "Underage Peter", where it has ruined Peter Griffin and Joe Swanson's 8th grade summer.


At the Drunken Clam, Peter tries some of Cleveland's hot sauce and gets burned. Quagmire places a bet with him to drink an entire shot glass full which he successfully does and it inspires him to take up other stunts for $10. One night, the trio bet on Peter to drink as much water from a fire hydrant as he can. This causes Peter to get pushed by the water into the public library. Peter discovers White Fang and submerges it in the water for ruining his 8th grade summer. The book becomes possessed and attacks Peter until Joe shoots it and reveals that it ruined his summer as well. As a result, Mayor West raises the drinking age to fifty.

It is unknown what happened to the book afterwards, but it can be assumed that it was thrown away after Joe shot it.


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White Fang in Family Guy
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