In this episode, Mort Goldman shows Peter a dating video he made, saying it's how he and his wife met.
Add time When Peter goes to see his ex-girlfriend, she says she never washed her hand and takes off her right glove to show a black hand. She then turns around and the hands have switched colours. Times for members only" data-content="Create a free account to see times of mistakes, and more! After Muriel's death, Mort finds himself in financial trouble in "Burning Down the Bayit", as he isn't able to cheat the customers the way she could.With Peter and Quagmire, they plot to burn down the pharmacy to collect the insurance.He also interrupts the customary musical number in "Road to..." episodes before it could even start.
In "Family Gay", Peter tries to get rid of his dead retarded horse 'Til Death by throwing it through the window of Mort's pharmacy. Mort plays a Jawa in Blue Harvest and Lando Calrissian in Something, Something, Something, Dark Side and It's A Trap! While the character gains Goldman's mannerisms, Goldman gains Calrissian's skin color.He later joined the renaissance fair in an attempt to overcome his fear of swords.He tells Peter Griffin that he was stabbed in the ear by a man in a pirate suit when he was five years old, and again when he was 30. In "Stuck Together, Torn Apart", it is revealed that Mort and Muriel watch movies to "Hotel California" and that his niece is Jennifer Love Hewitt.Mort's defining characteristics are stereotypically Jewish, such as his whiny neuroticism, his chronic hypochondria, his wimpy attitude and his general gawkiness.Mort has terrible social skills, frequently discussing his various maladies and childhood bullying in otherwise polite conversation.After the explosion, Mort checks his wallet to see if it's ok and the second bomb explodes.