Does your dad utter crap too?
Everyone is hungover on Ash Wednesday
Peter and Lois invite Jeff, the boy Meg likes, to their home.
The Smith family narrowly escapes being stoned to death and returns to the United States from Saudi Arabia.
Francine gives Hayley a wee bit of womanly advice.
Moderator Chris Hardwick vainly attempts to find out if the series was initially created due to the belief that "Family Guy" was being cancelled. The panel talks about Scott Grimes's "Livin' on the Run" LP and Scott demonstrates his voice acting skills.
Stan deals with the shock that his son, Steve, is a geek
The smell of food must mean something.
Roger takes on many roles this season, including the owner of an elite exclusive daycare that strives for diversity.
Francine and Stan's romantic moment is interrupted by Steve.
Previously on American Dad, Jeff is abducted by aliens thanks to Roger.
A particularly gay pair of newscasters alert Americans of security threat levels.
Curse Case Scenario: Tom and Jerry are hired by Dutch to find a cursed ruby. Say Cheese: Tom eats some bad cheese and hallucinates.
Ghost Party: When the witches leave on vacation, Tom's dreams of rest and relaxation are ruined when their ghost nephew Grayson comes over and throws a giant ghost party. Cat-Astrophe: Tom accidentally gives himself electrical superpowers, and now Jerry must fend off Tom while fighting off an asteroid heading right toward Bigby's lab.
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!: Rick buys Ginger a hypoallergetic cat named Glory. Superfied: Dr. Bigby creates cookies that give animals superpowers.
Tom-Foolery: Butch tricks Tom into switching places with him and sends Tom off to live the life of a street cat. But each finds the other's life to be quite difficult. Haunted Mouse: Tuffy hires detectives Tom and Jerry to investigate the ghost hauntings in his house.
Tom-Foolery: Butch and Tom switch places and find life gets tricky. Haunted Mouse: Tom and Jerry investigate the hauntings in Tuffy's house.
"Entering and Breaking": When Rick leaves Spike in charge of protecting the house against burglars, Spike steps up and trains Tom and Jerry to be his helpers. "Franken Kitty": Tom is mistaken for Dr. Bigby's cat Wilson. Now Tom must convince Dr. Bigby he has the wrong cat! Meanwhile, Jerry and Napoleon are left with the real, very vicious Wilson.
Entering and Breaking: Spike trains Tom and Jerry to protect against burglars. Franken Kitty: Tom is mistaken for Dr. Bigby's cat Wilson.
Birds of a Feather: Ginger is in charge of taking care of her mother's bird. Vampire Mouse: Jerry pretends to be a vampire to scare Tom.
Belly Achin': Little Quacker enlists Jerry's help to fix his favorite birdbath that has cracked, but the two get sidetracked by the scent of Tom's delicious Chinese takeout. Dog Daze: When Tom and Jerry fail to do things the right way, Spike must do everything he can to keep from losing his temper in front of Tyke.
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