Everyone is hungover on Ash Wednesday
Francine's new job is threatening the existence of Stan's "manhood."
It's like you're saying God picked the wrong color.
Klaus tells Stan that Roger will lactate more if he eats.
He's the most interesting alien in the world.
Francine gives Hayley a wee bit of womanly advice.
Francine dives under the covers and gets a surprise.
Stan's killing catch phrase is out done by his colleague.
Stan and Roger act out in the church Christmas play.
The nefarious and cryogenically-frozen "Familyland" founder, Roy Family (guest voice John Veiner), is mistakenly thawed and decides to trap everyone in the park.
Roger takes on many roles this season, including the owner of an elite exclusive daycare that strives for diversity.
What does Rodger care about?
Francine’s trouble-making sister, Gwen, comes to live with the family and her arrival dredges up a long-buried secret from Francine’s past.
On furlough from work, Stan takes a temporary job as a security guard for a community college.
Tired of being picked on, Steve and Snot join a karate dojo to learn the art of self-defense.
Hayley is fed up with people ignoring her activism, so she dyes her hair blonde in order to get more attention.
Roger and Francine discover an alien in the woods, and Roger capriciously has a one-night relationship with her before being fed up with her quirks. He tries to get rid of her by calling the CIA, but then realizes that he can’t go through with it.
Roger movies in with Greg and Terry.
"Curse Case Scenario": Tom and Jerry are hired by Dutch to find a cursed ruby that causes him to have bad luck when it is missing. "Say Cheese": Tom eats some canned cheese that has gone bad and hallucinates. Tom must become a better cat to end the nightmare.
Dinner Is Swerved: Tom and Jerry have lady friends over for a romantic dinner. Bottled Up Emotions: A love-potion formula accidentally gets on Jerry.
"For the Love of Ruggles": Tom impulsively kicks Spike's beloved chew toy over the fence and has to go get it back when he sees how heartbroken Spike becomes. "Sleuth or Consequences": Butch and a squirrel detective steal all of Tom and Jerry's customers by using high-tech devices to solve crimes. Tom and Jerry challenge them to a case-solving competition.
What a Pain: After a destructive chase, Tom and Spike go to the vet. Hop to It!: Tom forgets his mission when he sees Princess Toodles.
Here's Looking A-Choo Kid!: When it seems like Spike has developed an allergic reaction to Tom, Rick buys Ginger a hypoallergetic cat named Glory. Could Glory be too good to be true? Superfied: Dr. Bigby creates cookies that can give animals superpowers. Jerry and Napoleon sneak some cookies and have fun terrorizing Tom … until the tables are turned.
Here's Looking A-Choo Kid!: Rick buys Ginger a hypoallergetic cat named Glory. Superfied: Dr. Bigby creates cookies that give animals superpowers.
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