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Steve connects with his ne'er-do-well paternal grandfather, whom Stan despises for many reasons, not the least of which is that he never taught him to ride a bike. (Others include his dad's criminal proclivities and, oh yes, abandoning the family.) Meanwhi (more…)
Steve and his friends sabotage a stuck-up kid's bar mitzvah after the kid (voice of Seth Green) hits on Steve's girlfriend, Debbie. But when Snot is wrongly accused of stealing the kid's bar-mitzvah money, his own bar mitzvah is put in jeopardy. Meanwhile (more…)
Stan is kidnapped in Colombia, but the real trouble begins after he's released and returns home. Meanwhile, Steve and Roger play detective duo "Wheels and the Legman." Guest voices include Amy Sedaris (as Meg Penner and Carolyn Gilbert-Lawson) and Patrick (more…)
Steve and Stan, who don't have much in common, try to bond on a road trip to Albuquerque in search of a pair of the distinctive DeLorean doors to complete a car that Stan has been building. Meanwhile, Roger, Hayley and Francine decide to have an adventure (more…)
Steve joins a football team to please Stan, who then takes over as coach and gives Steve the boot because he isn't good enough. Meanwhile, Francine and Hayley vie for a blue ribbon at the county fair. Guest voices include Will Forte (Mayor Woodside) and Li (more…)
Roger declares that he was sent to Earth to be "the decider" of humanity's fate, and Stan challenges him on it. Guest voices include Sandra Oh, Bob Odenkirk, Joss Stone, Grace Park of "Battlestar Galactica", Glenn Howerton of "It's Always Sunny in Philadel (more…)
Season 4 concludes with Stan spending a night out with the guys and having a lot of explaining to do because of it. Meanwhile, Hayley and Roger charm a college frat boy. Guest voices include Joss Stone as an unattractive young woman and a hooker, Brian Doy (more…)
Stan gets Roger to pose unwittingly as the dictator of a small island nation after he accidentally kills the real dictator, and Roger takes quickly to his new role. Meanwhile, it's Steve vs. Snot in a sex contest involving their unwitting mothers.
When Francine demands that Stan get rid of his SUV to save money, he buys a horse---one that Roger (who's a jockey) swears to him will win a big race and bring in enough money to cover the gas guzzler's expenses. Meanwhile, Steve and his friends Snot, Barr (more…)
Stan becomes a crack addict after a "pharmaceutical salesman" tells him it's cold medicine. Meanwhile, Steve's biology lab partner turns out to be the girl of his dreams, and her father supports the relationship. But he does want to meet Steve's parents. V (more…)
When the cyborg version of Stan zooms in from the future on Valentine's Day, Stan is more interested in him than he is in romancing Francine. She gets her loving from Cyborg Stan instead. Meanwhile, Steve, Barry, Snot and Toshi make a movie (with Roger dir (more…)
Roger reveals that he was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic men's hockey team after Stan expresses his admiration for its members. Meanwhile, Reginald takes Hayley to a concert. Guest voices include 1980 hockey Olympians Mike Eruzione and Rob McClanahan.
Phineas and Ferb put on a backyard magic show; the guys help their dad unearth a missing piece of Danville history; Doofenshmirtz tries to make himself younger to win a children's film festival.