Pete Griffin has said some not-so-nice things over the years on Family Guy. But even he was shocked by the "locker room talk" he heard on Donald Trump's bus back in 2005. The Fox sitcom took us back to those days the Republican presidential candidate would probably like to forget on Sunday night's (Oct. 16) episode, in a live action bit where Griffin was inserted into the offensive banter between Trump and Access Hollywood's Billy Bush that has unleashed a barrage of allegations of sexual harassment and assault against the New York real estate mogul.
After thanking Trump for inviting him on the bus, Griffin asks if the guys want to have some "locker room talk," which leads directly to Trump's now infamous recitation of his sexual aggression. "Whoa, whoa, whoa! That's not locker room talk!" Griffin says. "I meant like 'good play, good pass,' like that kind of thing.'" At one point, 2005 Griffin pitches Trump on this "crazy idea" for a service called Twitter where "crazy people can bash women and minorities at three a.m."