Family Guy Episodes

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Family Guy episodes

Jan 11, 2015: Our Idiot Brian
Jan 04, 2015: Stewie, Chris & Brian's Excellent Adventure
Dec 07, 2014: The 2,000-Year-Old Virgin
Nov 16, 2014: Turkey Guys
Nov 09, 2014: Brian the Closer
Oct 19, 2014: Baking Bad
Oct 05, 2014: The Book of Joe
Sep 28, 2014: The Simpsons Guy
May 18, 2014: Chap Stewie
May 11, 2014: He's Bla-ack!
May 04, 2014: Meg Stinks!
Apr 27, 2014: Baby Got Black
Apr 13, 2014: The Most Interesting Man in the World
Apr 06, 2014: Herpe, the Love Sore
Mar 30, 2014: Secondhand Spoke
Mar 23, 2014: Fresh Heir
Mar 16, 2014: 3 Acts of God
Mar 09, 2014: Mom's the Word
Jan 26, 2014: Brian's a Bad Father
Jan 12, 2014: Grimm Job
Jan 05, 2014: Peter Problems
Dec 15, 2013: Christmas Guy
Dec 08, 2013: Into Harmony's Way
Nov 24, 2013: Life of Brian
Nov 17, 2013: Boopa-dee Bappa-dee
Nov 10, 2013: A Fistful of Meg
Nov 03, 2013: Quagmire's Quagmire
Oct 06, 2013: Vestigial Peter
Sep 29, 2013: Finders Keepers
May 19, 2013: No Country Club for Old Men
May 19, 2013: Road to Vegas
May 19, 2013: Road to Vegas; No Country Club for Old Men
May 12, 2013: Farmer Guy
May 05, 2013: Save the Clam
Apr 28, 2013: Total Recall
Apr 14, 2013: Bigfat
Mar 24, 2013: 12 and a Half Angry Men
Mar 17, 2013: Turban Cowboy
Mar 10, 2013: Call Girl
Feb 17, 2013: Chris Cross
Feb 10, 2013: Valentine's Day in Quahog
Jan 27, 2013: The Giggity Wife
Jan 13, 2013: Brian's Play
Jan 06, 2013: Space Cadet
Dec 16, 2012: Jesus, Mary and Joseph!
Dec 09, 2012: Friends Without Benefits
Nov 25, 2012: Lois Comes Out of Her Shell
Nov 18, 2012: Joe's Revenge
Nov 11, 2012: Yug Ylimaf
Nov 11, 2012: 200 Episodes Later
Nov 11, 2012: Yug Ylimaf; 200 Episodes Later
Nov 04, 2012: The Old Man and the Big 'C'
Oct 07, 2012: Ratings Guy
Sep 30, 2012: Into Fat Air
May 20, 2012: Internal Affairs
May 20, 2012: Viewer Mail #2
May 20, 2012: Viewer Mail #2; Internal Affairs
May 13, 2012: Tea Peter
May 06, 2012: Leggo My Meg-O
Apr 29, 2012: Mr. and Mrs. Stewie
Apr 01, 2012: You Can't Do That on Television, Peter
Mar 18, 2012: Forget-Me-Not
Mar 11, 2012: Killer Queen
Mar 04, 2012: Burning Down the Bayit
Feb 19, 2012: Be Careful What You Fish For
Feb 12, 2012: Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream
Jan 29, 2012: Livin' on a Prayer
Jan 15, 2012: The Blind Side
Jan 08, 2012: Quagmire and Meg
Dec 11, 2011: Grumpy Old Man
Dec 04, 2011: Cool Hand Peter
Nov 27, 2011: Amish Guy
Nov 20, 2011: Thanksgiving
Nov 13, 2011: Back to the Pilot
Nov 06, 2011: Stewie Goes for a Drive
Oct 30, 2011: Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q
Oct 02, 2011: Seahorse Seashell Party
Sep 25, 2011: Lottery Fever
May 22, 2011: It's a Trap! (Part 2)
May 22, 2011: It's a Trap! (Part 1)
May 22, 2011: Episode VI: It's a Trap
May 15, 2011: Foreign Affairs
May 08, 2011: The Big Bang Theory
Apr 17, 2011: Brothers & Sisters
Apr 10, 2011: Tiegs for Two
Mar 20, 2011: Trading Places
Mar 06, 2011: The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair
Feb 20, 2011: German Guy
Feb 13, 2011: Friends of Peter G.
Jan 16, 2011: And I'm Joyce Kinney
Jan 09, 2011: New Kidney in Town
Dec 12, 2010: Road to the North Pole
Dec 12, 2010: Road to the North Pole
Dec 12, 2010: Road to the North Pole
Nov 21, 2010: Brian Writes a Bestseller
Nov 14, 2010: Baby, You Knock Me Out
Nov 07, 2010: Halloween on Spooner Street
Oct 10, 2010: Welcome Back Carter
Oct 03, 2010: Excellence in Broadcasting
Sep 26, 2010: And Then There Were Fewer - Part 2
Sep 26, 2010: And Then There Were Fewer - Part 1
Sep 26, 2010: And Then There Were Fewer
May 23, 2010: Something, Something, Something Dark Side, Conclusion
May 23, 2010: Something, Something, Something Dark Side, Part 1
May 23, 2010: Something, Something, Something Dark Side
May 16, 2010: The Splendid Source
May 09, 2010: Quagmire's Dad
May 02, 2010: Brian & Stewie
May 02, 2010: Brian & Stewie
Apr 11, 2010: April in Quahog
Mar 28, 2010: Brian Griffin's House of Payne
Mar 21, 2010: Peter-assment
Mar 14, 2010: Go Stewie Go
Feb 14, 2010: Extra-Large Medium
Jan 31, 2010: Dial Meg for Murder
Jan 03, 2010: Big Man on Hippocampus
Dec 13, 2009: Business Guy
Nov 29, 2009: Dog Gone
Nov 22, 2009: Jerome Is the New Black
Nov 15, 2009: Quagmire's Baby
Nov 08, 2009: Hannah Banana
Nov 08, 2009: Brian's Got a Brand New Bag
Oct 11, 2009: Spies Reminiscent of Us
Oct 04, 2009: Family Goy
Sep 27, 2009: Road to the Multiverse
May 17, 2009: Peter's Progress
May 10, 2009: Three Kings
May 03, 2009: We Love You Conrad
Apr 26, 2009: Stew-Roids
Apr 19, 2009: 420
Mar 29, 2009: Not All Dogs Go to Heaven
Mar 22, 2009: FOX-y Lady
Mar 15, 2009: The Juice Is Loose
Mar 08, 2009: Family Gay
Feb 15, 2009: Ocean's 3.5
Nov 16, 2008: Tales of a Third Grade Nothing
Nov 09, 2008: The Man With Two Brians
Nov 02, 2008: Baby Not on Board
Oct 19, 2008: Road to Germany
Oct 05, 2008: I Dream of Jesus
Sep 28, 2008: Love, Blactually
May 04, 2008: Long John Peter
Apr 27, 2008: The Former Life of Brian
Mar 02, 2008: Play It Again, Brian
Feb 17, 2008: Back to the Woods
Feb 10, 2008: Stewie Kills Lois; Lois Kills Stewie
Jan 13, 2008: McStroke
Nov 26, 2007: Peter's Daughter
Nov 19, 2007: Padre de Familia
Nov 13, 2007: Lois Kills Stewie
Nov 05, 2007: Stewie Kills Lois
Nov 05, 2007: 100th Episode Special
Oct 08, 2007: Believe It or Not, Joe's Walking on Air
Oct 01, 2007: Movin' Out (Brian's Song)
Sep 25, 2007: Blue Harvest
Sep 23, 2007: Blue Harvest
Sep 23, 2007: Blue Harvest
May 21, 2007: Meet the Quagmires
May 14, 2007: It Takes a Village Idiot
May 06, 2007: No Chris Left Behind
Apr 30, 2007: Boys Do Cry
Mar 26, 2007: No Meals on Wheels
Mar 11, 2007: Bill and Peter's Bogus Journey
Mar 05, 2007: Airport '07
Feb 19, 2007: The Tan Aquatic With Steve Zissou
Feb 11, 2007: Peter's Two Dads
Jan 28, 2007: Road to Rupert
Dec 18, 2006: Barely Legal
Nov 27, 2006: Chick Cancer
Nov 20, 2006: Prick Up Your Ears
Nov 12, 2006: Whistle While Your Wife Works
Nov 05, 2006: Saving Private Brian
Sep 24, 2006: Hell Comes to Quahog
Sep 17, 2006: Mother Tucker
Sep 10, 2006: Stewie Loves Lois
May 22, 2006: Stewie B. Goode
May 22, 2006: Stewie B. Goode/Bango Was His Name-O/Stu & Stewie's Excellent Adventure
May 21, 2006: Stu & Stewie's Excellent Adventure
May 21, 2006: Bango Was His Name-O
May 15, 2006: Untitled Griffin Family History
May 07, 2006: Petergeist
May 01, 2006: You May Now Kiss the...Uh, Guy Who Receives
Apr 23, 2006: Peterotica
Apr 09, 2006: Deep Throats
Mar 27, 2006: Sibling Rivalry
Mar 13, 2006: I Take Thee, Quagmire
Jan 29, 2006: Patriot Games
Jan 09, 2006: Brian Sings and Swings
Dec 19, 2005: The Father, the Son and the Holy Fonz
Nov 27, 2005: The Fat Guy Strangler
Nov 21, 2005: The Courtship of Stewie's Father
Nov 14, 2005: Brian Goes Back to College
Nov 07, 2005: PTV
Sep 25, 2005: Jungle Love
Sep 19, 2005: Perfect Castaway
Sep 12, 2005: Peter's Got Woods
Jul 25, 2005: Model Misbehavior
Jul 18, 2005: Breaking Out Is Hard to Do
Jul 11, 2005: 8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Daughter
Jun 26, 2005: Brian the Bachelor
Jun 20, 2005: Petarded
Jun 12, 2005: The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire
Jun 05, 2005: Don't Make Me Over
May 16, 2005: Blind Ambition
May 08, 2005: Fast Times at Buddy Cianci Jr. High
May 02, 2005: North by North Quahog
Nov 09, 2003: When You Wish Upon a Weinstein
Feb 15, 2002: Family Guy Viewer Mail #1
Feb 08, 2002: Road to Europe
Feb 02, 2002: Stuck Together, Torn Apart
Jan 25, 2002: From Method to Madness
Jan 18, 2002: Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows
Dec 21, 2001: A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas
Dec 21, 2001: Ready, Willing and Disabled
Dec 07, 2001: Peter Griffin: Husband, Father...Brother?
Nov 30, 2001: Screwed the Pooch
Nov 16, 2001: To Love and Die in Dixie
Nov 09, 2001: Emission Impossible
Sep 20, 2001: Fish out of Water
Sep 06, 2001: Mr. Saturday Knight
Aug 30, 2001: The Kiss Seen Round the World
Aug 23, 2001: Lethal Weapons
Aug 16, 2001: Death Lives
Aug 09, 2001: And the Wiener Is...
Aug 02, 2001: One if by Clam, Two if by Sea
Jul 26, 2001: Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington
Jul 19, 2001: Brian Does Hollywood
Jul 12, 2001: The Thin White Line
Aug 01, 2000: Fore, Father
Jul 25, 2000: Wasted Talent
Jul 18, 2000: The Story on Page One
Jul 12, 2000: E Peterbus Unum
Jun 27, 2000: There's Something About Paulie
Jun 27, 2000: He's Too Sexy for His Fat
Jun 13, 2000: Dammit, Janet!
Jun 06, 2000: Let's Go to the Hop
May 30, 2000: Road to Rhode Island
Apr 25, 2000: Fifteen Minutes of Shame
Apr 18, 2000: A Picture's Worth a Thousand Bucks
Apr 11, 2000: Running Mates
Apr 04, 2000: If I'm Dyin', I'm Lyin'
Mar 28, 2000: I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar
Mar 28, 2000: The King Is Dead
Mar 21, 2000: Death Is a Bitch
Mar 14, 2000: Love Thy Trophy
Mar 07, 2000: Brian in Love
Dec 26, 1999: Da Boom
Sep 30, 1999: Holy Crap
Sep 24, 1999: Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater
May 16, 1999: Brian: Portrait of a Dog
May 09, 1999: The Son Also Draws
May 02, 1999: A Hero Sits Next Door
Apr 25, 1999: Mind Over Murder
Apr 18, 1999: Chitty Chitty Death Bang
Apr 11, 1999: I Never Met the Dead Man
Jan 31, 1999: Death Has a Shadow

Our Idiot Brian Season 13, Episode 8

Brainy Brian takes the SATs for Meg and scores poorly, and everyone suspects he's not as bright as they thought. With that in mind, Peter takes him under wing to show him the joys and benefits of being dumb and having a low IQ. read more

Stewie, Chris & Brian's Excellent Adventure Season 13, Episode 7

Stewie and Brian rev up the time machine to help Chris pass his history class, which leads to the three of them getting stuck in the past. read more

The 2,000-Year-Old Virgin Season 13, Episode 6

Peter is stunned to run into Jesus at the mall, and even more stunned to discover that he is still a virgin, so Peter recruits Quagmire and Cleveland to celebrate Jesus' birthday by finding a way to end his celibacy. read more

Turkey Guys Season 13, Episode 5

On Thanksgiving eve, a drunken and ravenous Peter and Brian wolf down the holiday turkey, and then must go on hunt to find a replacement bird. With Peter gone, Chris decides to step up and take over as man of the house. read more

Brian the Closer Season 13, Episode 4

After Brian undergoes cosmetic surgery he is faced with a new career---real-estate agent---which leads to trouble with Quagmire. read more

Baking Bad Season 13, Episode 3

Lois and Peter open a cookie store, but things take a bad turn when he devises an interesting way to scare up customers. read more

The Book of Joe Season 13, Episode 2

Joe's dream of becoming a published author nears fruition when Peter decides to help him, but a happy ending doesn't appear possible when Peter begins monopolizing the writing duties. Meanwhile, Brian experiences his first runner's high, which turns him into an exercise beast in an attempt to re-create that euphoric feeling. read more

The Simpsons Guy Season 13, Episode 1

In the Season 13 premiere, the Griffins find their way to Springfield, where they meet "The Simpsons" and Homer plays host to his new "albino" friends, while Lisa teaches Meg the saxophone and Bart and Stewie become chummy. Later, Homer and Peter get into a battle of the beers and argue which is better, Duff or Pawtucket. read more

Chap Stewie Season 12, Episode 21

In the Season 12 finale, Stewie stews over having his TV time interrupted, so he heads back in time to see that Lois and Peter never meet, thus he would never be conceived. However, when he finally is born, it is into a "Downton Abbey"-esque household in Great Britain. read more

He's Bla-ack! Season 12, Episode 20

Cleveland Brown is back in town, but hanging out with Peter is out of the question after their wives have a disagreement over parenting issues. read more

Meg Stinks! Season 12, Episode 19

On a trip to college for an interview, Peter teaches Meg a thing or two about partying, while a stinky encounter with a skunk gets Brian kicked out of the house and into the wild, where he learns to live on his own. read more

Baby Got Black Season 12, Episode 18

Jerome is none-too-happy with Chris dating his daughter, Pam, which leads the two kids to run away, necessitating that Jerome and Peter team up to find them. read more

The Most Interesting Man in the World Season 12, Episode 17

After Peter takes Stewie to the park and brings home the wrong baby, he tries to make amends and prove to Lois that he can be responsible. Upon returning from a business trip, he appears a changed man, affecting a more intelligent and classy persona. read more

Herpe, the Love Sore Season 12, Episode 16

Stewie catches a sexually transmitted disease from Brian; and Peter and his pals take exception when a group shanghais their favorite booth at the Drunken Clam. read more

Secondhand Spoke Season 12, Episode 15

After Peter begins smoking, an advertising exec enlists him to be the face of his anti-smoking campaign, under one condition: Peter can't give up the habit. Meanwhile, Stewie steps in to help Chris battle school bullies. read more

Fresh Heir Season 12, Episode 14

Chris discovers that he's heir to the Carter fortune, but decides he does not want the money, so Peter goes to extreme lengths to ensure that it stays in the family. read more

3 Acts of God Season 12, Episode 13

Peter and his pals undertake a global search for God and ask that He stop influencing the outcome of pro-football games. read more

Mom's the Word Season 12, Episode 12

Following his mother's death, Peter forms a special bond with her longtime gal pal, Evelyn, who tries to take their new friendship to an entirely different level. Meanwhile, for the first time in his life, a distraught Stewie realizes the finality of a person's passing. read more

Brian's a Bad Father Season 12, Episode 11

Brian's overlooked teenage son Dylan, now a TV star, shows up in town, so his father, rather than step up and try to be a good dad instead tries to cadge a job on the series' writing staff. Meanwhile, Peter accidentally shoots Quagmire while they are hunting, causing a rift between the two and putting Joe in the middle. read more

Grimm Job Season 12, Episode 10

An homage to the Brothers Grimm features reinterpretations of the fairy tales "Jack and the Beanstalk," "Little Red Riding Hood" and "Cinderella." read more

Peter Problems Season 12, Episode 9

Peter experiences bedroom-performance problems and turns to Quagmire and Joe to get him back on track in the sack. read more

Christmas Guy Season 12, Episode 8

Peter teaches his Scrooge-like father-in-law a thing or two about the holiday spirit, while Stewie discovers the meaning of confession. read more

Into Harmony's Way Season 12, Episode 7

Peter and Quagmire discover they have a talent for singing and blend their voices into a Simon and Garfunkel-like music duo, but soon there's disharmony in the air when fame goes to Peter's head. read more

Life of Brian Season 12, Episode 6

Stewie's time machine transports him and Brian to 17th-century Jamestown, where they proceed to alter the course of mankind, and a rash decision by Stewie may leave them unable to get back to the future. read more

Boopa-dee Bappa-dee Season 12, Episode 5

The Griffins' vacation in Italy is jeopardized when Peter accidentally destroys their passports and they are forced to deal with troublesome immigration policies. read more

A Fistful of Meg Season 12, Episode 4

Meg accidentally spills her lunch on a new student, the aptly named "Mental Mike," who plans a showdown with her on the coming Friday. Meanwhile, after constant, in-the-nude harassment from Peter, Brian decides he can't bear it anymore. read more

Quagmire's Quagmire Season 12, Episode 3

Quagmire begins dating a sexually insatiable woman who kidnaps him to become her sex slave, so Peter, Joe and Quagmire's dad scour Quahog's seedy back alleys to locate and save him. Meanwhile, Stewie, Brian and Stewie's teddy bear, Rupert, become involved in an odd love triangle. read more

Vestigial Peter Season 12, Episode 2

Peter has a twin growing out of his neck and names him Chip, but it's not long before everyone takes a shine to the appendage and Peter begins to feel like a second-class citizen, so he decides to literally cut him loose. read more

Finders Keepers Season 12, Episode 1

In the series 12 premiere, Peter believes a restaurant place mat to be a treasure map, and soon the residents of Quahog are turning the town upside down and turning against each other. read more

No Country Club for Old Men Season 11, Episode 22

In the Season 11 finale, the Griffins receive an invite to join a posh country club. read more

Road to Vegas Season 11, Episode 21

Stewie and Brian hop in the time machine and head for Las Vegas and a Bette Midler concert, but the machine malfunctions and one of them is rendered "lucky," while the other is "unlucky." read more

Road to Vegas; No Country Club for Old Men

In the Season 11 finale, Stewie and Brian hop in the time machine and head for Las Vegas and a Bette Midler concert, but the machine malfunctions and one of them is rendered "lucky," while the other is "unlucky." Later, the Griffins receive an invite to join a posh country club. read more

Farmer Guy Season 11, Episode 20

When the Griffins move to a farm, Peter launches an illegal drug business. read more

Save the Clam Season 11, Episode 19

Peter, Quagmire and Joe rally to save their favorite bar when it is shut down after the owner is killed, while Meg takes an after-school job at a funeral parlor. read more

Total Recall Season 11, Episode 18

Stewie will stop at nothing to get back his beloved teddy bear after it is recalled, while an ailing Peter is unable to compete in a bowling tournament, so Lois fills in. However, she bonds a little too tightly with the team, and Peter turns jealous. read more

Bigfat Season 11, Episode 17

After Peter, Quagmire and Joe's plane crashes in the Canadian wilderness, Peter goes for help, but gets lost for two months and turns into an unintelligible feral creature, who upon rescue must learn to reacclimate himself into society. read more

12 and a Half Angry Men Season 11, Episode 16

Mayor West goes on trial for a murder that occurred at his mansion. read more

Turban Cowboy Season 11, Episode 15

A skydiving accident lands Peter in the hospital, where he befriends a guy named Mahmoud who convinces him to convert to Islam, but Quagmire and Joe suspect that Mahmoud has ulterior motives. read more

Call Girl Season 11, Episode 14

When financial woes compel Lois to get a job, she's discovered by a voice-over talent agent who hires her for a well-paying gig at an adults-only phone line, where she's rather surprised when one of her callers turns out to be Peter. read more

Chris Cross Season 11, Episode 13

Unable to foot the bill for new sneakers, Chris lifts some cash from Lois' purse, but is caught red-handed by Meg, who then blackmails him into doing all her chores in exchange for not turning him in. Chris is soon fed up with the arrangement and takes off to live with Herbert. Meanwhile, Brian and Stewie, obsessed with singer Anne Murray's hit "Snowbird," set out to find her and learn the true meaning behind the tune. read more

Valentine's Day in Quahog Season 11, Episode 12

Valentine's Day proves promising for the residents of Quahog as Meg hits it off with a guy she met on the Internet, Stewie's time machine transports him to the 1960s, where he falls for a young lady, and Peter and Lois spend the day in bed. Meanwhile, Brian is visited by a bevy of old girlfriends who help him get in touch with his feminine side. read more

The Giggity Wife Season 11, Episode 11

On a visit to Harvard University, Quagmire accidentally marries a prostitute, and in an attempt to get out of the marriage, he pretends that he and Peter are actually lovers. read more

Brian's Play Season 11, Episode 10

Brian is riding high after his play proves to be a big hit in town, but he is soon trumped as a writer when Stewie pens a piece that winds up on Broadway, leading to problems between the two authors. read more

Space Cadet Season 11, Episode 9

Peter and Lois send Chris to space camp in an effort to boost his self-esteem, but when the Griffins go to pick him up at the end of his stay, they are accidentally blasted into outer space, and it falls to Chris to get them safely back on Earth. read more

Jesus, Mary and Joseph! Season 11, Episode 8

Peter spins his own tale of the Nativity. read more

Friends Without Benefits Season 11, Episode 7

Meg finally screws up the courage to ask out her crush, Kent, who unfortunately for her, turns out to be gay. But when she learns he's taken a liking to Chris, Meg uses her brother to ingratiate herself with Kent. read more

Lois Comes Out of Her Shell Season 11, Episode 6

A midlife crisis leads to Lois adopting a wild new persona, and Peter struggles to keep up with her. Meanwhile, Stewie's new pet, a turtle he found in the park, turns out to have an evil side and is bent on ruining Stewie's life. read more

Joe's Revenge Season 11, Episode 5

The gunman who shot Joe and put him in a wheelchair escapes, so Quagmire and Peter join Joe to track him down. read more

Yug Ylimaf Season 11, Episode 4

In the 200th episode of the series, Brian accidentally causes Stewie's time machine to run in reverse. To keep it from going all the way back to before Stewie was born, the two of them need to get it to progress forward in time. read more

200 Episodes Later

A retrospective of memorable moments marking the show's 200th episode. Included: interviews with creator Seth MacFarlane and voice talents Mila Kunis, Seth Green and Alex Borstein; footage of the cast and crew's celebration. read more

Yug Ylimaf; 200 Episodes Later

In the 200th episode of the series, Brian accidentally causes Stewie's time machine to run in reverse and, to keep it from going all the way back to before Stewie was born, the two of them need to get it to progress forward in time. The episode's second half features a retrospective of memorable moments, interviews with creator Seth MacFarlane and voice talents Mila Kunis, Seth Green and Alex Borstein, and footage of the cast and crew's 200th episode celebration. read more

The Old Man and the Big 'C' Season 11, Episode 3

When Brian learns that Carter Pewterschmidt's drug company has developed a cure for cancer but is keeping it from the public to maximize profits, he and Stewie attempt to expose the pharmaceutical bigwig. Later, Quagmire reveals a big secret. read more

Ratings Guy Season 11, Episode 2

The Griffins are selected to have their television-viewing habits monitored, but Peter gets carried away when he tries to take over the airwaves. read more

Into Fat Air Season 11, Episode 1

In the Season 11 premiere, the Griffins attempt to conquer Mount Everest after competitive friends mention they plan to scale the legendary peak. Things, however, are not looking up for the Griffins, as a wicked storm leaves them pinned down on the side of the mountain. read more

Internal Affairs Season 10, Episode 23

Joe cheats on the cheating Bonnie; and it's Peter vs. the angry chicken (again). read more

Viewer Mail #2 Season 10, Episode 22

One mini-episode introduces a British version of the Griffins. A comedian takes over Quahog in another. And a third views the world from Stewie's POV. read more

Viewer Mail #2; Internal Affairs

Season 10 finale: One mini-episode introduces a British version of the Griffins. A comedian takes over Quahog in another. And a third views the world from Stewie's POV. Then Joe cheats on the cheating Bonnie; and it's Peter vs. the angry chicken (again). read more

Tea Peter Season 10, Episode 21

Peter joins the Tea Party and campaigns to shut down Quahog's municipal government after his illegal business is shut down. His campaign succeeds, but it's his tycoon father-in-law, Carter Pewterschmidt, who reaps the benefits. read more

Leggo My Meg-O Season 10, Episode 20

Meg goes to Paris with her friend Ruth—and they're promptly kidnapped by human traffickers. But Stewie just might have the sleuthing savvy and electronic wherewithal to find them. Brian joins him on the rescue mission. read more

Mr. and Mrs. Stewie Season 10, Episode 19

Stewie meets a girl who's just as precocious as he is, and it turns out that they have much in common (including a love of advanced weaponry). Meanwhile, Lois is tired of being crushed in bed by the sleeping Peter, so she gets twin beds. This upsets Peter, who needs to cuddle to fall asleep. read more

You Can't Do That on Television, Peter Season 10, Episode 18

Peter creates and stars in a children's TV show after his favorite kiddie show is canceled. Meanwhile, Meg begins an internship with Dr. Hartman at the hospital. read more

Forget-Me-Not Season 10, Episode 17

Peter, Brian, Joe and Quagmire have an accident on their way to the Drunken Clam. When they wake up, Quahog is deserted and they can't remember who they are. Then Joe and Quagmire see a poster that leads them to believe it was Peter who emptied Quahog. read more

Killer Queen Season 10, Episode 16

Peter and Chris cross paths with a serial killer who targets overweight kids when they go to a fat camp. Meanwhile, Stewie is traumatized by the frightening cover of a Queen album. read more

Burning Down the Bayit Season 10, Episode 15

Mort, Peter and Quagmire play with fire when they hatch a plan to save Mort's struggling drug store. read more

Be Careful What You Fish For Season 10, Episode 14

When a boatload of Mercedes-Benzes sinks in Quahog harbor, Peter, Joe and Quagmire hop in a fishing boat to salvage cars for themselves. They can't, but they do meet a talking dolphin (voice of Ricky Gervais), who soon moves in with the Griffins. read more

Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream Season 10, Episode 13

Peter heads to Hollywood with Quahog newsanchor Tom Tucker, who once played a killer in a slasher flick, to try to reinvigorate Tom's career. Meanwhile, Chris falls for a girl who looks just like the girl who married dear old dad. read more

Livin' on a Prayer Season 10, Episode 12

Lois takes Stewie's sick new best friend to the hospital—and learns that he has a treatable cancer. But his parents won't allow treatment on religious grounds, and Lois is aghast (to put it mildly). Meanwhile, Peter has a religious experience of his own. read more

The Blind Side Season 10, Episode 11

At a Disabled Ladies' Night at the Drunken Clam, Brian hits it off with a blind woman. She tells him that she hates dogs, but that's not a problem until their relationship progresses to the point where he meets her sighted parents. Meanwhile, Lois replaces the stairs at the Griffin house after Stewie gets a splinter—and Peter keeps tripping on the new ones. Guest voices include Marlee Matlin (Stella) and Carrie Fisher (Angela). read more

Quagmire and Meg Season 10, Episode 10

Quagmire is the only guest at Meg's 18th-birthday party and soon they hit if off—much to her parents' distress, of course. Peter is especially miffed and won't rest until he stops his Lothario neighbor from having his way with his daughter. read more

Grumpy Old Man Season 10, Episode 9

When Carter falls asleep at the wheel, Babs, Lois and Peter decide that it's time for him to retire, so they head to Florida to check out senior communities. Carter isn't exactly enthusiastic. R. Lee Ermey has a voice cameo as a drill sergeant and Mae Whitman as an overweight girl. read more

Cool Hand Peter Season 10, Episode 8

Feeling henpecked, Peter, Joe, Quagmire and Cleveland decide to take a road trip. Destination: New Orleans. But they get lost on the way and soon find themselves face-to-face with a small-town sheriff. So begins a Deep South adventure. Back in Quahog, Lois, Bonnie and the visiting Donna (voice of Sanaa Lathan) don't miss their men at all. read more

Amish Guy Season 10, Episode 7

Car trouble strands the Griffins in Amish country, where Meg hits it off with a local boy. But his stern father disapproves, so Peter must convince him that Meg won't "corrupt" his son. Peter also introduces the townsfolk to rock and roll. read more

Thanksgiving Season 10, Episode 6

Lois cooks a big Thanksgiving meal and invites everyone over for dinner. Meanwhile, Joe is shocked when his MIA son (voice of Scott Grimes) returns from Iraq. read more

Back to the Pilot Season 10, Episode 5

Brian and Stewie travel back in time to the series' pilot episode to change history. Then they do it again. read more

Stewie Goes for a Drive Season 10, Episode 4

Ryan Reynolds (providing his own voice) visits Quahog and becomes obsessed with Peter. Meanwhile, Stewie steals the family car and goes for a joyride that proves to be less than joyful. read more

Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q Season 10, Episode 3

Quagmire's sister (voice of Kaitlin Olson) is little more than a punching bag for her abusive boyfriend, so Quagmire, Joe, Bonnie and the Griffins decide to do something about it. read more

Seahorse Seashell Party Season 10, Episode 2

While the Griffins are housebound during a hurricane, Brian ingests psychedelic mushrooms. He sees bizarre and unsettling things, and acts accordingly. Meanwhile, the rest of the family is bored and irritable, and Meg lashes out at Chris, Lois and Peter. Guest voices include Ioan Gruffudd (narrator). read more

Lottery Fever Season 10, Episode 1

The Griffins are broke, but Peter has a plan to turn that around: He's buying 200,000 lottery tickets. "Don't you know that it's just a tax on stupid people?" warns Brian. But Peter wants to be able to dive into a pool filled with gold coins, just like Scrooge McDuck. read more

It's a Trap! (Part 2) Season 9, Episode 21

The "Family Guy"-style "Star Wars" trilogy concludes on the moon of Endor, but not before Luke (Chris) loses his temper when Darth Vader belittles actor Seth Green (who voices Chris/Luke). Meanwhile, an Imperial stormtrooper steals Pee-wee Herman's bike. read more

It's a Trap! (Part 1) Season 9, Episode 20

Part 1 of 2: The "Star Wars" trilogy ("Family Guy"-style) concludes. But first, Luke (aka Chris) must negotiate for the life of Han Solo (Peter) with Jabba the Hutt (Joe), who has the whip hand, and a henchman named Rancor (voice of Rush Limbaugh). Other guest voices include Anne Hathaway, Carrie Fisher and H. Jon Benjamin. read more

Episode VI: It's a Trap

The "Star Wars" trilogy ("Family Guy"-style) concludes. But first, Luke (aka Chris) must negotiate for the life of Han Solo (Peter) with Jabba the Hutt (Joe), who has the whip hand, and a henchman named Rancor (voice of Rush Limbaugh). Other guest voices include Anne Hathaway, Carrie Fisher and H. Jon Benjamin. read more

Foreign Affairs Season 9, Episode 19

Lois goes to Paris with Bonnie (voice of Jennifer Tilly), leaving Peter in charge at home---and homeschooling Meg and Chris because of a flu scare at James Woods High. In the City of Light, meanwhile, Bonnie announces that she wants to have an affair. read more

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 18

Stewie creates the universe (or so he says) in order to get back into it. It seems that he and Brian get themselves trapped outside the time-space continuum after fighting near his time machine's control panel, and a big bang is the only way back. Then his diabolical half brother, Bertram (voice of Wallace Shawn), gets his hands on the machine. This is bad news for both Stewie and the rest of the universe. read more

Brothers & Sisters Season 9, Episode 17

Lois' often-divorced sister (voice of Julie Haggerty) visits---and falls in love with Mayor West. He falls for her, too, and they decide to wed. Peter's also excited because he has never had a brother and he figures that a brother-in-law is close enough. Also appearing are Robert Loggia (as himself), and "Family Ties" alums Meredith Baxter and Michael Gross (as Elyse and Steven). read more

Tiegs for Two Season 9, Episode 16

Brian enlists Quagmire's help to get a woman (voice of Jessica Stroup) to go out with him. Meanwhile, Peter loses it when the dry cleaner loses his favorite white shirt. Other guest voices include Cheryl Tiegs (as herself) and Drew Barrymore (Jillian). read more

Trading Places Season 9, Episode 15

Chris and Meg switch roles with Peter and Lois for a week after the kids complain about the punishment the grown-ups mete out after they crash Peter's dirt bike, which they took without permission. read more

The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair Season 9, Episode 14

With Bonnie (voice of Jennifer Tilly) out of town, Meg checks in on Joe (Patrick Warburton), but gets a little too involved with him, to everyone's consternation---especially Joe's. Meanwhile, Stewie decides that he's not bad enough, and decides to do something about it. read more

German Guy Season 9, Episode 13

Needing a hobby, Chris takes up puppetry after he meets an aging German-born puppeteer. Trouble is, the man is hiding an unsavory past. read more

Friends of Peter G. Season 9, Episode 12

Following a drunken rampage in a movie theater, Peter and Brian are sentenced to attend AA meetings. But Peter won't see the error of his ways, so Death (voice of Adam Corolla) pays him a visit and shows him what a life of sobriety would be like. read more

And I'm Joyce Kinney Season 9, Episode 11

Lois makes friends with new Ch. 5 coanchor Joyce Kinney (voice of Christine Lakin)---or thinks she does. Helen Reddy sings the Ch. 5-news theme song. read more

New Kidney in Town Season 9, Episode 10

Peter needs a new kidney after his energy-drink addiction causes renal failure. Meanwhile, Chris is chosen to introduce the president at school after winning an essay contest. Trouble is, Meg wrote the essay. Drew Carey has a voice cameo as himself as host of "The Price is Right." read more

Road to the North Pole Season 9, Episode 9

Conclusion. Brian and Stewie have a thing or two to teach Santa Claus about holiday cheer (and they travel to the North Pole to do it) after the jolly old elf gives them the brush-off at the Quahog Mall. David Boreanaz has a voice cameo as himself, as does Ron MacFarlane, father of series creator Seth MacFarlane. read more

Road to the North Pole Season 9, Episode 8

Part 1 of 2. Brian and Stewie have a thing or two to teach Santa Claus about holiday cheer (and they travel to the North Pole to do it) after the jolly old elf gives them the brush-off at the Quahog Mall. David Boreanaz has a voice cameo as himself, as does Ron MacFarlane, father of series creator Seth MacFarlane. read more

Road to the North Pole

Brian and Stewie have a thing or two to teach Santa Claus about holiday cheer (and they travel to the North Pole to do it) after the jolly old elf gives them the brush-off at the Quahog Mall. David Boreanaz has a voice cameo as himself, as does Ron MacFarlane, father of series creator Seth MacFarlane. read more

Brian Writes a Bestseller Season 9, Episode 7

Brian finally hits literary pay dirt with a self-help book he dashes off and, not surprisingly, the fame goes to his head. Then his agent---Stewie---gets him on "Real Time With Bill Maher," and Maher (in a live-action sequence) turns out to be no fan. Arianna Huffington and Dana Gould have cameos as Brian's fellow panelists, and Ashley Tisdale provides the voice of a woman who wants Brian to autograph his book. read more

Baby, You Knock Me Out Season 9, Episode 6

Peter talks Lois into stepping into the ring at women's fight night at a Quahog club, and soon she's displaying pugilistic skills she never knew she had. read more

Halloween on Spooner Street Season 9, Episode 5

It's Halloween in Quahog, and Brian is showing Stewie how to trick-or-treat. Meanwhile, Peter and Joe are playing tricks on Quagmire; and Meg is going to a Halloween party dressed as a "slutty cat." read more

Welcome Back Carter Season 9, Episode 4

Lois' mom wants a divorce after her husband, Carter, is caught having an affair by Peter, who then becomes Carter's wingman as he returns to single life. read more

Excellence in Broadcasting Season 9, Episode 3

Rush Limbaugh (who provides his own voice) signs books at the Quahog Mall and gains a convert: the formerly liberal Brian, a development that riles Lois. "You brainwashed our dog," she fumes. Rainn Wilson has a voice cameo as himself, and Shelley Long and Gary Cole provide the voices of Carol and Mike Brady of "The Brady Bunch." read more

And Then There Were Fewer - Part 2 Season 9, Episode 2

Conclusion: Guests at James Woods' dinner party keep dying. The killer's identity remains a mystery, but one thing's for certain: it's not James Woods (who provides his own voice). read more

And Then There Were Fewer - Part 1 Season 9, Episode 1

Part 1 of 2. James Woods (voice of James Woods), who has recently found religion, invites much of Quahog to meet his new companion (voice of Ashley Tisdale) and to atone for past sins. But then there's a murder. It won't be the only one. read more

And Then There Were Fewer

A murder mystery set in the mansion of the newly born-again James Woods (voice of James Woods), who has invited much of Quahog to meet his new companion (voice of Ashley Tisdale). The killer, notes Joe, "is one of us." read more

Something, Something, Something Dark Side, Conclusion Season 8, Episode 20

Conclusion. The "Star Wars" saga, "Family Guy"-style, continues with Peter's spin on "The Empire Strikes Back." John Bunnell and James Caan provide their own voices. read more

Something, Something, Something Dark Side, Part 1 Season 8, Episode 19

Part 1 of 2. The "Star Wars" saga, "Family Guy"-style, continues with Peter's spin on "The Empire Strikes Back." John Bunnell and James Caan provide their own voices. read more

Something, Something, Something Dark Side

The "Star Wars" saga, "Family Guy"-style, continues with Peter's spin on "The Empire Strikes Back." read more

The Splendid Source Season 8, Episode 18

Peter, Quagmire and Joe's search for the source of all dirty jokes leads them to Stoolbend, Va., where they reconnect with old friend Cleveland (voice of Mike Henry) and meet his new family. read more

Quagmire's Dad Season 8, Episode 17

Quagmire gets a Mother's Day surprise when his father begins to go through the change of life. read more

Brian & Stewie

Brian and Stewie are locked in a bank vault together, and must deal with each other in new ways. Previously unaired musical segments follow the episode (the series' 150th). read more

Brian & Stewie

Brian and Stewie are locked in a bank vault together, and must deal with each other in new ways. read more

April in Quahog Season 8, Episode 16

It's the day before the end of the world, and folks in Quahog look for ways to pass their final hours. But first, Peter has jury duty. Anne Hathaway and Jason Mraz have voice cameos. read more

Brian Griffin's House of Payne Season 8, Episode 15

Network executives buy a script that Brian had written for a TV drama and turn it into a raucous comedy, against his wishes, of course. Meanwhile, Meg and Chris accidentally knock Stewie down the stairs while they're fighting, and he won't come to. Charlie Sheen, Elijah Wood and James Woods have voice cameos as themselves. read more

Peter-assment Season 8, Episode 14

Peter gets a job as a paparazzo, then must fend off the unwanted advances of his boss (voice of Carrie Fisher). Meanwhile, Stewie gets the lead role in a school play, but gets a bad case of stage fright. Richard Dreyfuss and TMZ's Harvey Levin have voice cameos as themselves. read more

Go Stewie Go Season 8, Episode 13

Stewie auditions for a kids show in drag (the producers are casting girls) and lands the part. He also makes a friend in the cast (voice of Mae Whitman). Meanwhile, Meg dates a boy everyone likes, especially Lois. Other guest voices include Anne Hathaway (Mother Maggie) and Lucas Grabeel (Anthony). read more

Extra-Large Medium Season 8, Episode 12

When Chris and Stewie get lost in the woods, Lois sees a psychic (voice of Michelle Lee), who assures her that the kids are alright. They turn out to be, and a Griffin-family obsession with ESP takes hold. Meanwhile, Chris falls for a new girl at school. read more

Dial Meg for Murder Season 8, Episode 11

While tailing Meg to research a magazine article on American teen girls, Brian discovers that she has a secret boyfriend (voice of Chace Crawford), and that he's in jail. But he won't be for long. Allison Janney has a voice cameo as "Woman." read more

Big Man on Hippocampus Season 8, Episode 10

Peter gets amnesia after hitting his head on the set of "Family Feud" during a scuffle with the host, and he must relearn everything, including sex. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has a voice cameo as himself. read more

Business Guy Season 8, Episode 9

Lois' dad slips into a coma after celebrating too much at his bachelor party and even Dr. House (voice of Hugh Laurie) can't get him out of it. That leaves an opening at the top of Pewterschmidt Industries, and into it steps Peter. Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons have voice cameos in their "Big Bang Theory" roles. read more

Dog Gone Season 8, Episode 8

Brian is dismayed that a dog's accidental death stirs little empathy in his human companions; Lois' new maid pays Peter no heed. read more

Jerome Is the New Black Season 8, Episode 7

Peter and his pals miss Cleveland so much that they decide to replace him with a guy named Jerome (voice of Kevin Michael Richardson). Trouble is, Quagmire can't stand him. read more

Quagmire's Baby Season 8, Episode 6

Quagmire becomes a not-so-proud papa and quickly realizes that fatherhood crimps his style. He also sells a ham radio to Peter, who uses it to communicate with the ghost of Ronald Reagan. Meanwhile, Stewie clones himself. Voice of Candy: Brittany Snow. read more

Hannah Banana Season 8, Episode 5

Stewie gets to know Hannah Montana (voice of singer Candace Marie) when she arrives in Quahog for a concert, and discovers something surprising about her. And Chris finally meets the Evil Monkey, who has been bedeviling him, and finds that he's not so evil after all. read more

Brian's Got a Brand New Bag Season 8, Episode 4

Brian falls in love with an older woman, and he takes flak from the rest of the Griffins for it. Meanwhile, Peter goes on a kicking kick (he kicks just about everyone he meets) after watching the movie "Road House." read more

Spies Reminiscent of Us Season 8, Episode 3

Two guys (voices of Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase) who turn out to be spies move into Cleveland's old house and soon have dossiers on everybody in Quahog. Then they head to Russia for a secret mission, with suspicious Stewie and Brian in hot pursuit. A "Cleveland Show" crossover includes brief appearances by Cleveland and Tim. read more

Family Goy Season 8, Episode 2

Lois learns that her mother is Jewish, but it's Peter who embraces Judaism most wholeheartedly---until he has a nighttime conversation with his father's ghost. Voice of Francis' Ghost: Charles Durning. Ben Stein has a voice cameo as a rabbi. read more

Road to the Multiverse Season 8, Episode 1

Stewie and Brian tour parallel universes using a special remote control. Included: a place where dogs are in charge and humans are pets; a "Flintstone"-esque society; a place where Japan won World War II; and a world where everyone has two heads, one happy and one sad. read more

Peter's Progress Season 7, Episode 16

A fortune-teller tells the family guys and gals (and dog) of their past lives in Merrie Olde England in the age of King Stewart and the new American colony Quahog (founded by an earlier version of Peter). "How I Met Your Mother" stars Jason Segel, Neil Patrick Harris and Josh Radnor have voice cameos as themselves. read more

Three Kings Season 7, Episode 15

Stephen King meets "The Family Guy" (with vocal help from Richard Dreyfuss, Roy Scheider and George Wendt). The tales include 12-year-old Peter, Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe heading off in search of a dead body and finding themselves; Brian getting rescued by his "No. 1 fan"---Stewie---after being hurt in a car crash; and Cleveland and Peter becoming friends in prison. Voice of Stephen King: Danny Smith. read more

We Love You Conrad Season 7, Episode 14

Jillian (voice of Drew Barrymore) announces her engagement to a guy who is, for all intents and purposes, perfect. So Brian gets drunk---and hooks up with Lauren Conrad of "The Hills" (providing her own voice), who turns out to be no slouch herself. Jay Leno, Jimmy Fallon and Craig Ferguson have voice cameos as themselves, as does Conrad's "Hills" costar Audrina Patridge. read more

Stew-Roids Season 7, Episode 13

Stewie decides he needs a pair of six-pack abs after getting whipped in a fight by Joe's baby daughter. Meanwhile, Chris begins dating one of his school's popular girls. Wentworth Miller and Chace Crawford have voice cameos as high-school students. read more

420 Season 7, Episode 12

Quahog goes up in smoke when Mayor West legalizes marijuana in town. Spearheading the measure: Brian, after he's caught with his stash and jailed. But first, Quagmire undergoes a personality transformation after he acquires a cat. read more

Not All Dogs Go to Heaven Season 7, Episode 11

Stewie fumes when he's unable to question "Star Trek: The Next Generation" cast members at Quahog's Star Trek convention, so he builds a transporter and beams them to his bedroom. "Next Generation" cast members provide voice cameos. Among them: Patrick Stewart; Levar Burton; Gates McFadden; Michael Dorn; Wil Wheaton; and Jonathan Frakes. read more

FOX-y Lady Season 7, Episode 10

Lois gets a job as a cable-news reporter. Her first assignment: an exposé of a certain liberal documentary filmmaker who's usually seen wearing a baseball cap. Meanwhile, Peter and Chris dream up a cartoon show to pitch to a network. read more

The Juice Is Loose Season 7, Episode 9

Peter cashes in a winning 1989 raffle ticket that he had lost. The prize: a round of golf with O.J. Simpson. Peter, who had been unaware of Simpson's notoriety, thinks this is a fine idea. Not surprisingly, no one else does. read more

Family Gay Season 7, Episode 8

To pay for damages caused by a mentally challenged horse he bought at an auction, Peter takes a job as a subject for medical experiments. First, he's injected with the "Seth Rogen gene," then with a lifestyle-changing gene. Guest voices include Rogen (as himself). read more

Ocean's 3.5 Season 7, Episode 7

After Bonnie (voice of Jennifer Tilly) has a baby, husband Joe must come up with $20,000 to pay the medical bills. The situation soon becomes desperate, calling for desperate measures. Meanwhile, Stewie falls hard for the baby, a girl named Susie, and struggles to write a song for her. read more

Tales of a Third Grade Nothing Season 7, Episode 6

Peter strives for a promotion at the brewery because he wants a key to the executive bathroom, but first he has to go back to school because he never passed third grade. Meanwhile, Brian and Frank Sinatra Jr. (who provides his own voice) buy the down-on-its-heels Quahog Cabana Club, but it's Stewie who livens it up. Voice of Angela: Carrie Fisher. read more

The Man With Two Brians Season 7, Episode 5

Eight-year-old Brian (who is 56 in dog years) seems to have lost a step or two, so Peter gets a new talking dog---New Brian---to "take some of the load off" the old one, who doesn't like the idea at all. Johnny Knoxville has a voice cameo as himself. read more

Baby Not on Board Season 7, Episode 4

Peter gets a year's supply of free gasoline and takes the family on a driving vacation. Destination: the Grand Canyon. The only thing missing: Stewie, who's inadvertently left home alone. read more

Road to Germany Season 7, Episode 3

Mort Goldman mistakenly enters Stewie's time machine (he thought it was a bathroom) and is transported back to Poland on Sept. 1, 1939. It's the day of his grandparents' wedding, as it happens, but the Nazis interrupt the reception. read more

I Dream of Jesus Season 7, Episode 2

Peter makes friends with Jesus Christ, who works in the record store Peter goes to in order to replace his copy of the 1963 Trashmen hit "Surfin' Bird," which Brian and Stewie had destroyed because Peter wouldn't stop playing it. read more

Love, Blactually Season 7, Episode 1

In the seventh-season opener, Brian falls in love with a woman he meets in a bookstore, but Stewie urges him to take the relationship slowly, then proceeds to see that he does. This leaves an opening for the lovelorn Cleveland (voice of Mike Henry, who wrote the script). Meredith Baxter has a voice cameo as herself. read more

Long John Peter Season 6, Episode 13

Peter decides to become a pirate and, with his four pirate sidekicks, lays waste to everything he encounters in Quahog. Meanwhile, Chris falls for a veterinarian's assistant (voice of Amanda Bynes), and she likes him too. But Chris has much to learn about dating, so he asks Peter for advice. read more

The Former Life of Brian Season 6, Episode 12

Brian looks up an old girlfriend (voice of Harvey Fierstein) and discovers that he's the father of a misbehaving13-year-old son---who soon moves in with the Griffins. Chace Crawford ("Gossip Girl") has a voice cameo as the ne'er-do-well boyfriend of a young widow Brian is trying to pick up. read more

Play It Again, Brian Season 6, Episode 11

Peter and Lois' marriage might be on the rocks, but that doesn't stop them from accompanying Brian on a vacation to Martha's Vineyard when Brian wins the New England Rising Writer's Award. And as Peter's drinking spirals out of control, so does Brian's self-restraint as he professes his undying love for Lois. read more

Back to the Woods Season 6, Episode 10

James Woods (in a voice cameo as himself) steals Peter's identity---and his family---after he finds Peter's wallet, which he had lost at a Barry Manilow concert. Manilow, who also lends his voice, performs a variation on "Mandy." read more

Stewie Kills Lois; Lois Kills Stewie

A jealous Stewie considers matricide because he didn't get to go on a cruise with Peter and Lois. Then he takes the Griffins hostage and goes on the lam. His intention: world domination. ("American Dad" Stan Smith takes part in the effort to stop him.) But first, Stewie auditions for "American Idol." Paula Abdul, Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson have voice cameos as themselves. read more

McStroke Season 6, Episode 9

Peter is paralyzed after suffering a stroke caused by eating too many fast-food hamburgers. And Stewie sets out to be the most popular boy at James Woods High School, even though he's a baby. Guest voices include Ricardo Montalban as a cow. read more

Peter's Daughter Season 6, Episode 8

After nearly drowning in a flood, Meg is treated by a cute hospital intern and they hit it off, despite Peter's efforts to thwart them. Meanwhile, Brian and Stewie decide to buy a dilapidated house and renovate it. read more

Padre de Familia Season 6, Episode 7

Peter's an illegal alien: It seems that he was born in Mexico and his mother (voice of Phyllis Diller) never filled out his U.S. citizenship paperwork. So he's fired from the brewery and goes to work at the Pewterschmidt estate. Angela: Carrie Fisher. read more

Lois Kills Stewie Season 6, Episode 6

Conclusion. After Lois returns to Quahog---alive---and tells the court who really shot her, Stewie takes the Griffins hostage before going on the lam. (But that doesn't stop Stewie from auditioning for “American Idol.”) The final destination: CIA headquarters, to set his plan for world domination into motion. Paula Abdul, Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson have voice cameos as themselves. read more

Stewie Kills Lois Season 6, Episode 5

Part 1 of 2. A jealous Stewie considers matricide because he didn't get to go on a cruise with Peter and Lois. Later, suspicion falls on Peter when he tells the gang at the Drunken Clam that he had recently taken out a life-insurance policy on Lois. read more

100th Episode Special

Highlights of past episodes. read more

Believe It or Not, Joe's Walking on Air Season 6, Episode 4

Peter builds a men's-only clubhouse after Lois and her friends start hanging out at the Clam. The women soon take that over, too. Meanwhile, Joe has a leg transplant. read more

Movin' Out (Brian's Song) Season 6, Episode 3

Brian and Jillian (Drew Barrymore) move into an apartment together. Stewie soon joins them, to help with the rent. Meanwhile, Meg starts working in a convenience store and gets a job there for Chris, who hits it off famously with the manager. This is not a positive development for Meg. read more

Blue Harvest

In this "Star Wars" spoof, Luke Skywalker (Chris Griffin) enlists Han Solo (Peter) for a mission to take a Death Star back from Darth Vader (Stewie), and rescue Leia (Lois) from his evil clutches. Brian takes Chewbacca's role, while Quagmire is C-3PO and Cleveland is R2-D2. Rush Limbaugh, Helen Reddy and Chevy Chase have voice cameos. read more

Blue Harvest Season 6, Episode 2

In the conclusion of a two-part “Star Wars” spoof, Han Solo (Peter) and Luke Skywalker (Chris) infiltrate a Death Star held by Darth Vader (Stewie) in their attempt to rescue Princess Leia (Lois). Brian takes Chewbacca's role while Quagmire plays C-3PO and Cleveland is R2D2. Voice of Grand Moff Tarkin (Mayor West): Adam West. read more

Blue Harvest Season 6, Episode 1

Part 1 of a two-part “Star Wars” spoof in which Luke Skywalker (Chris Griffin) enlists Han Solo (Peter) for a mission to take a Death Star back from Darth Vader (Stewie), and rescue Leia (Lois) from his evil clutches. Brian takes Chewbacca's role while Quagmire plays C-3PO and Cleveland is R2D2. Voice of Grand Moff Tarkin (Mayor West): Adam West. read more

Meet the Quagmires Season 5, Episode 18

Death (voice of Adam Carolla) transports Peter back to 1984 for a night. When he returns, he's married to Molly Ringwald and Lois is married to Quagmire. And that's not all that's different. read more

It Takes a Village Idiot Season 5, Episode 17

Incensed by Mayor West's complicity in oil-company pollution at Quahog Lake, Lois decides to challenge him in the upcoming election. Keith Olbermann has a voice cameo as an oil exec and Don Most plays himself. Angela: Carrie Fisher. read more

No Chris Left Behind Season 5, Episode 16

After Chris is expelled from public school, he's sent to the same snooty boarding school that Lois' dad attended. Meanwhile, a chicken picks a fight with Peter. read more

Boys Do Cry Season 5, Episode 15

Lois is hired as church organist, but at the service Stewie becomes ill after drinking too much sacramental wine, and congregants think he has been possessed by Satan. So the Griffins hightail it out of town with exorcisers in pursuit. Their destination: Texas. Gilbert Gottfried has a cameo as a horse. Jillian: Drew Barrymore. read more

No Meals on Wheels Season 5, Episode 14

The Griffins open a restaurant that finds a niche---with Joe and his handicapped friends. But Peter wants to attract a different crowd. Meanwhile, Peter buys a pair of pajamas with feet, and discovers that when he rubs his feet against carpet he can create enough static electricity to give people shocks. He's the only Griffin who finds this funny. read more

Bill and Peter's Bogus Journey Season 5, Episode 13

After Peter hurts himself trying to fix a flat tire on former president Bill Clinton's limousine, an appreciative Clinton sets out to show the depressed Peter a good time. Then Clinton has some fun with Lois as well. Meanwhile, Stewie toilet trains Brian (not the other way around). read more

Airport '07 Season 5, Episode 12

Quagmire moves in with the Griffins after losing his job for crash-landing his plane. Naturally, it was Peter's fault. He wanted his pickup truck to fly, so he siphoned off the jet fuel from Quagmire's plane. Hugh Hefner has a voice cameo as himself. read more

The Tan Aquatic With Steve Zissou Season 5, Episode 11

After Chris is bullied by a rival paperboy, Peter recalls his own days of being bullied---and becomes a bully himself. Meanwhile, Stewie stays out in the sun too long without sunscreen and becomes very enamored of his tan. read more

Peter's Two Dads Season 5, Episode 10

Peter stops drinking (but starts smoking crack) after accidentally killing his father (voice of Charles Durning) while drinking heavily at Meg's birthday party. But is the dead man really his father? No, his mother (Phyllis Diller) confesses, he isn't. So Peter heads to Ireland to find his real dad. Meanwhile, Stewie develops masochistic tendencies. read more

Road to Rupert Season 5, Episode 9

Brian inadvertently sells Stewie's teddy bear Rupert at a yard sale, prompting a cross-country odyssey to get it back. And Peter loses his driver's license after crashing his car doing an Evel Knievel-type stunt. He makes such a pest of himself around the house that Lois enlists Meg to be his chauffeur. Rob Lowe provides the voice of Rupert's buyer, and George Wendt has a cameo as Norm in a fantasy scene set in the “Cheers” bar. read more

Barely Legal Season 5, Episode 8

Meg falls in love with Brian---then becomes obsessive about it---after he takes her to a high-school dance when no one else will. And Peter, Quagmire, Cleveland and Mort join the Quahog police after Mayor West (voice of Adam West) sends most of the force to Colombia in search of a character from a movie. Garrett Morris has a voice cameo as himself. read more

Chick Cancer Season 5, Episode 7

After marrying a fading child actress who has returned to her native Quahog, Stewie learns to his dismay what adult relationships are all about. Meanwhile, Lois drags Peter to a chick flick and he gets hooked, even deciding to make one himself. Voice of Jillian: Drew Barrymore. read more

Prick Up Your Ears Season 5, Episode 6

Lois teaches sex education at James Woods High, but is fired when other parents protest, so Principal Shepherd (voice of Gary Cole) brings in a preacher (David Cross) to rap about abstinence. One student who gets the message is Meg. Another is a boy she meets at the abstinence assembly. Soon, Peter gets the message as well. Meanwhile, Stewie has it in for both the tooth fairy and Brian's dim-witted girlfriend, Jillian (Drew Barrymore). read more

Whistle While Your Wife Works Season 5, Episode 5

Peter is unable to work after injuring his hands playing with fireworks, so Lois fills in for him and awakens his workplace sexual fantasies in the process. Meanwhile, Brian is dating a young woman (voice of Drew Barrymore) who's not very smart, and Stewie won't let him hear the end of it. Carrie Fisher returns as the voice of Peter's boss, Angela. read more

Saving Private Brian Season 5, Episode 4

Brian and Stewie join the Army. Chris wants to as well but Lois won't let him, so he joins a goth-rock band instead and immediately becomes very surly. Guest voices include Louis Gossett Jr. as the drill sergeant and Macaulay Culkin as one of Chris's bandmates. read more

Hell Comes to Quahog Season 5, Episode 3

Needing money to buy a car, Meg gets a job in Quahog's new big-box store. She does well there; so well she gets promoted. And the store does well in Quahog; so well, in fact, that it drives just about every other store in town out of business. Voice of Angela: Carrie Fisher. read more

Mother Tucker Season 5, Episode 2

Phyllis Diller provides the voice of Peter's mother, who shows up and announces that she's leaving his father. Soon she's in bed with Quahog anchorman Tom Tucker, who becomes a father figure to Peter. Meanwhile, Brian begins a serious radio show, but the station manager foists Stewie on him and soon they're shock jocks. Gore Vidal has a voice cameo as himself, appearing---very briefly---on their show. read more

Stewie Loves Lois Season 5, Episode 1

Lois saves Stewie's teddy bear, which leads to a striking change in his attitude toward her---he becomes clingy and totally adoring. Lois tires of this love soon enough. Meanwhile, Peter has a prostate exam and thinks the doctor molested him. read more

Stewie B. Goode Season 4, Episode 28

Following a near-death experience, Stewie decides to turn over a new leaf and be nice---but it drives him to drink. Meanwhile, Peter becomes Quahog's newest TV star, ranting about his pet peeves in a commentary segment on Ch. 5 news titled “Grind My Gears.” Noel Blanc, the son of longtime cartoon voice Mel Blanc, provides the voice of Elmer Fudd. read more

Stewie B. Goode/Bango Was His Name-O/Stu & Stewie's Excellent Adventure

Three Stewie-centric episodes. First, a near-death experience drives him to become nice. Next, he and Brian head for California to search for the man Stewie's convinced is his real father. And finally, he travels 35 years into the future, and doesn't like what he finds: his adult self. Voice cameos include Jennie Garth, Jason Priestley and Tori Spelling in their “Beverly Hills, 90210” roles, and Noel Blanc, the son of longtime cartoon voice Mel Blanc, as Elmer Fudd. read more

Stu & Stewie's Excellent Adventure Season 4, Episode 30

Stewie travels 35 years into the future and doesn't like what he finds: himself, who's known as Stu as an adult. So Stewie goes about remaking Stu's life, despite Stu's objections. Kiefer Sutherland has a cameo as himself. read more

Bango Was His Name-O Season 4, Episode 29

California, here they come---Stewie and Brian head to San Francisco in Quagmire's van to search for the man Stewie's convinced is his real father. Meanwhile, Lois and Peter “help” Chris and Meg with their dating skills to get them out of the house. Jennie Garth, Jason Priestley and Tori Spelling have voice cameos in their “Beverly Hills, 90210” roles. read more

Untitled Griffin Family History Season 4, Episode 27

While holed up in the attic during a burglary, Peter gives his account of Griffin family history (“Everything started with the big bang...”). Fast-forward to caveman days, when Peter invented the wheel. And in biblical times, Moses Griffin led the Israelites to freedom. But it's Meg who finds a way to get rid of the burglars. read more

Petergeist Season 4, Episode 26

While building a multiplex theater in his backyard (don't ask why), Peter digs up a Native American skull. Soon the house is haunted and Stewie's on “the other side.” But the ghosts don't go away after Lois goes over to the other side, too, and brings Stewie back. Carrot Top and Jim J. Bullock have voice cameos as themselves. Voice of Death: Adam Carolla. read more

You May Now Kiss the...Uh, Guy Who Receives Season 4, Episode 25

Brian's gay cousin Jasper arrives for a visit and announces that he's marrying his boyfriend, and Brian offers them the use of the Griffin house for the wedding. But Mayor West (voice of Adam West), who's facing an impeachment campaign and looking for a diversion, decides to ban gay marriage in Quahog. Meanwhile, a girl Chris likes takes him to an after-school Republican club; and Stewie kidnaps Matthew McConaughey. Voice of Bernice: Wanda Sykes. read more

Peterotica Season 4, Episode 24

Peter writes dirty novels and his father-in-law, Carter Pewterschmidt, decides to publish them---sort of. But then Carter's sued and loses everything, so he moves in with Peter and Lois, whereupon Peter tries to teach him to be a regular guy. When that doesn't work, they decide to go for the riches by any means necessary. Betty White has a voice cameo as herself. read more

Deep Throats Season 4, Episode 23

When cabbie Brian gets a $400 parking ticket, he decides that Mayor West (voice of Adam West) is corrupt and sets out to expose him. This doesn't sit well with Meg, who is the mayor's new intern. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois decide to write songs for a talent show, so they smoke some marijuana for “inspiration.” read more

Sibling Rivalry Season 4, Episode 22

Before having a vasectomy, Peter has one last fling at the sperm bank. The result: Stewie's equally diabolical half brother Bertram (voice of Wallace Shawn). Soon, their epic battle for playground dominance begins. Meanwhile, Peter has given up sex, and Lois uses food to compensate. read more

I Take Thee, Quagmire Season 4, Episode 21

Peter wins the services of a maid for a week on a game show, but Quagmire wins her heart. Seriously. This isn't his usual lechery; he's in love. Meanwhile, Lois decides that it's time to wean Stewie. Pat Sajak, Alex Trebek and Bryan Cranston have voice cameos as themselves. read more

Patriot Games Season 4, Episode 20

Peter's broken-field run to the bathroom at his high-school reunion so impresses New England Patriots QB Tom Brady (who provides his own voice) that the next thing Peter knows, he's a Patriot, too. Meanwhile, it's Carol Channing vs. Mike Tyson on Fox's “Celebrity Boxing,” and Brian places a losing bet on the bout with bookie Stewie, who demands quick payment. Or else. read more

Brian Sings and Swings Season 4, Episode 19

After being hit by a car driven by Peter, a depressed Brian teams up on stage with Frank Sinatra Jr. (who provides his own voice) in a Quahog bar. Soon, Stewie joins in and a new Rat Pack is born. Meanwhile, Meg decides that she's a lesbian. read more

The Father, the Son and the Holy Fonz Season 4, Episode 18

Peter's very devout father (voice of Charles Durning) browbeats his son about his lack of religion, so Peter starts his own church: The First United Church of the Fonz. Meanwhile, Stewie is baptized with tainted holy water and gets poisoned, so he must be quarantined in a germ-free environment. Series creator Seth MacFarlane's voices include Fonzie, Potsie, Aquaman, the Coco Puffs bird and Zeus. read more

The Fat Guy Strangler Season 4, Episode 17

Lois discovers that she has a brother (voice of Robert Downey Jr.). He's a patient in a mental institution, but he doesn't seem unusual---at first. Meanwhile, Peter's doctor tells him he's overweight, and Peter decides to do something about it: He forms the National Association for the Advancement of Fat People. read more

The Courtship of Stewie's Father Season 4, Episode 16

Stewie has been taking out his aggressions on Lois, and she decides that the reason is because he isn't close enough to his father, so she orders them to bond. They finally succeed at Disney World. Carrie Fisher provides the voice of Angela, Peter's boss at the Pawtucket Brewery. read more

Brian Goes Back to College Season 4, Episode 15

After getting fired from his writing job at the New Yorker because he lacks a college degree, Brian reenrolls at Brown. Stewie comes along to keep him company. Meanwhile, Peter, Cleveland, Joe and Quagmire enter a costume competition at an '80s-TV convention as “The A-Team,” then decide to become their own A-Team to “rid the world of injustice and evil.” read more

PTV Season 4, Episode 14

When a “trouser malfunction” at the Emmy Awards leads to an FCC crackdown on TV, Peter fights back by starting his own unexpurgated station, PTV. But then Lois fights back against Peter's “inappropriate shows,” and the FCC joins the fray. Meanwhile, Stewie finds Osama bin Laden. Series creator Seth MacFarlane provides the voice of bin Laden, as well as those of Bob Hope, Wile E. Coyote, Ozzy Osbourne and President George W. Bush. read more

Jungle Love Season 4, Episode 13

Chris, a victim of freshman hazing in high school, runs away to South America. Meanwhile, Peter gets a job in a brewery. One of the perks is free beer, and Peter reacts to it predictably. Carrie Fisher provides the voice of his supervisor, Angela. Other voices: Joe Pesci: Jay Mohr. Group Director: Gary Cole. Loca: Mia Maestro. Mayor West: Adam West. read more

Perfect Castaway Season 4, Episode 12

Peter, Joe, Cleveland and Quagmire are lost at sea for months. Happily they're rescued, but Peter's return home has a very unhappy surprise. Adam Carolla provides the voice of Death. read more

Peter's Got Woods Season 4, Episode 11

Peter and James Woods (who lends his voice) become fast friends when Woods shows up in Quahog. He's in town because of a suggestion to rename James Woods High School after Martin Luther King Jr., a request from Meg's black history teacher, who's dating Brian. (Woods, incidentally, has no problem with the idea.) Principal Shepherd: Gary Cole. Mayor West: Adam West. read more

Model Misbehavior Season 4, Episode 10

One-time Miss Teen Rhode Island Lois fulfills her dream of becoming a model. It's a thrill (and diet-pill) ride for her. But not for Peter. Meanwhile, Brian's suffering from worms but can't afford the medication to cure it, so he turns to Stewie, who hires him to work on his pyramid scheme. read more

Breaking Out Is Hard to Do Season 4, Episode 9

Lois turns out to be a kleptomaniac and soon finds herself in jail, which leaves the Griffin household in more disarray than usual. And as the plot unfolds, Peter takes up sumo wrestling. Voice of Joe: Patrick Warburton. read more

8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Daughter Season 4, Episode 8

Peter runs up a huge tab at Mort Goldman's pharmacy, and settles it by selling Meg to Mort, whose nerdy son Neil has a crush on her. Of course, Meg can't stand Neil. Meanwhile, the Griffins search for a babysitter for Stewie. read more

Brian the Bachelor Season 4, Episode 7

“The Bachelorette” comes to Quahog looking for contestants, and Brian and Quagmire are selected. Meanwhile, Chris makes friends with a pimple of his---which can talk---and he names it Doug. Bachelorette: Jessica Biel. Dermatologist: Dr. Drew (“Loveline”). read more

Petarded Season 4, Episode 6

Peter takes a test for a genius grant and flunks it, to say the least. As his doctor tells him: “You are just over the line of mental retardation.” Guest voices include Gary Cole, Michael York and Cloris Leachman. read more

The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire Season 4, Episode 5

Peter and Brian set out to help Cleveland get his manhood back after they catch his wife in bed with Quagmire. Guest voices include Macho Man Randy Savage as himself. read more

Don't Make Me Over Season 4, Episode 4

Peter, Joe, Quagmire and Cleveland form a rock band, but it's Meg who looks like the one who'll make it in the music business. All it took was a makeover at the mall. Gene Simmons has a voice cameo as himself. read more

Blind Ambition Season 4, Episode 3

After Quagmire (voice of Seth MacFarlane) is credited with saving a woman's life, Peter vows to do something memorable as well. Guest voices include Judd Hirsch (as himself), Gina Gershon (a police officer) and Gary Cole (a security guard). read more

Fast Times at Buddy Cianci Jr. High Season 4, Episode 2

Fast times at Buddy Cianci Jr. High: Chris has a crush on his sultry new English teacher (guest voice Drew Barrymore), and she has an indecent proposal for him. Brian's on the faculty as well, and is encouraging his troubled students to strive for the bottom. read more

North by North Quahog Season 4, Episode 1

Peter and Lois battle Mel Gibson (not voiced by Gibson himself) over their idea for an action-thriller sequel to “The Passion of the Christ.” They end up in a parody of “North by Northwest” that takes them to Cape Cod, a Manhattan luxury hotel and, of course, Mount Rushmore. Back in Quahog, Brian and Stewie chaperone Chris's prom. Voice of Mel Gibson: Andre Sogliuzzo. read more

When You Wish Upon a Weinstein Season 3, Episode 22

When Peter, who's always been bad with money, squanders family funds on volcano insurance, he seeks out a financial guru. Bob Denver and Tina Louise have voice cameos as their “Gilligan's Island” characters, Gilligan and Ginger. Series creator Seth MacFarlane's voices include Peter, Stewie and Brian Griffin, Ralph Kramden, William Shatner, Tony Robbins and Woody Allen. read more

Family Guy Viewer Mail #1 Season 3, Episode 21

Three mini-episodes. In the first, a genie grants Peter three wishes and he ends up being propositioned by Catherine Zeta-Jones (voice of Alex Borstein). Then, exposure to toxic waste gives the Griffins super powers (one per Griffin). Finally, in flashbacks, L'il Peter braves a haunted house (for awhile) to impress L'il Lois. Alex Trebek has a voice cameo as himself, and Adam Corolla voices Death. read more

Road to Europe Season 3, Episode 20

Brian and Stewie stow away on a plane they think is bound for England. They're wrong, and soon they're in Saudi Arabia, at the beginning of a long, strange trip back home. Meanwhile, back in the U.S., Peter and Lois have an odd encounter with KISS (whose members provide their own voices). Andy Dick also has a voice cameo as himself, and Michael McKean gives voice to a pig. read more

Stuck Together, Torn Apart Season 3, Episode 19

Lois runs into an old male friend from school and they renew their friendship. When Peter finds out, he gets jealous, to say the least. Meanwhile, Brian and Stewie get themselves stuck together with industrial-strength glue. Jennifer Love Hewitt has a voice cameo as herself. read more

From Method to Madness Season 3, Episode 18

Stewie displays some show-business talent---as long as he's paired with a girl he despises; Meg develops a crush on a teenage nudist. Fred Willard has a voice cameo as the boy's father (who's also a nudist). Other voices include Rachael MacFarlane (Olivia); Mila Kunis (Meg); and series creator Seth MacFarlane (Stewie, Peter and Brian Griffin, plus Elroy Jetson, Michael Caine and drama teacher Simon Soiree). read more

Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows Season 3, Episode 17

Brian, depressed over bad luck in love, is convicted of DUI and sentenced to care for an ornery old woman whose past comes to the attention of celebrity watcher A.J. Benza. Meanwhile, Peter grows a beard, which displeases Lois (who isn't alone in thinking that it's for the birds). Voices include Seth Green, Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein and Mila Kunis. read more

A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas Season 3, Episode 16

It may be the season, but Peter's anything but merry when holiday preparations prevent him from watching his favorite Christmas special, “KISS Saves Santa.” And soon the family experiences the same lack of spirit when they're compelled to do last-minute shopping. Members of KISS provide their own voices. Other voices include Jennifer Tilly, series creator Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein and Seth Green. read more

Ready, Willing and Disabled Season 3, Episode 15

Joe, Quahog's disabled cop, is depressed after failing to nab a perp, so Peter suggests he compete in the Special People's Games as a confidence booster. His event: the decathlon. His competition: “a trash-talking quadriplegic” (voice of series creator Seth MacFarlane). Tony Danza and Valerie Bertinelli have voice cameos as actors playing Joe and his wife, Bonnie, in a movie. Voice of Joe: Patrick Warburton. Other voices include Alex Rocco as an actor playing Peter. read more

Peter Griffin: Husband, Father...Brother? Season 3, Episode 14

When Chris adopts hip-hop speech, Peter (who can't understand a word he's saying) decides to teach his son about his roots. He makes a startling discovery. Meanwhile, Stewie becomes enchanted with the Buddy Cianci Junior High cheerleaders. Voices include Tara Strong (Cindy), Phil Lamarr (Rapper), Chris Cox (George W. Bush), Kevin Michael Richardson (Professor) and series creator Seth MacFarlane (Peter, Osias, Nate Griffin). read more

Screwed the Pooch Season 3, Episode 13

Peter can't stop trying to impress Lois's father, Mr. Pewterschmidt, and Brian can't take his eye off Pewterschmidt's racing grayhound. Bob Barker has a voice cameo as himself. Series creator Seth MacFarlane provides the voices of Peter, Brian, Pewterschmidt, Bill Gates, an ape and a cockroach. read more

To Love and Die in Dixie Season 3, Episode 12

Waylon Jennings has a voice cameo in an episode in which the Griffins discover Southern hospitality---courtesy of the Witness Protection Program. They're in hiding because the convenience-store thief Chris fingers escapes from jail and vows revenge. But should he track Chris (voice of Seth Green) down, he'll have to contend with Sheriff Peter Griffin (series creator Seth MacFarlane). read more

Emission Impossible Season 3, Episode 11

Stewie takes a fantastic voyage inside Peter's body to keep his parents from having another baby. Peter gets the idea of adding to the brood after delivering a baby (of course, it's an emergency) and Lois happily agrees. Not so happy is baby Stewie, so he makes a bold bid to maintain his status as the youngest Griffin. read more

Fish out of Water Season 3, Episode 10

A jobless Peter decides on a line of work fit for “a real New England man”: He becomes a fisherman. But there's something fishy about the bank that finances his boat. Meanwhile, Meg and Lois do some serious spring-break partying (Lois does, anyway) at Rhode Island's Narragansett Beach. Series creator Seth MacFarlane provides voices for Peter, Stewie and Brian Griffin, as well as Seamus, Daggermouth and Carson Daly. read more

Mr. Saturday Knight Season 3, Episode 9

Peter's boss, Mr. Weed, dies suddenly (at the Griffins' house, as it happens), and the toy factory dies with him. Not surprisingly, Peter's “career transition” is less than smooth. Then he decides to follow his 25-year-old dream and become a jouster at Quahog's Renaissance Faire. Voices include Will Ferrell (the Black Knight), Charles Durning (Francis) and Adam Carolla (Death). read more

The Kiss Seen Round the World Season 3, Episode 8

Meg (voice of Mila Kunis) gets an internship at a TV station. It's a dream job...because she thinks the station's male anchor is dreamy. But it turns nightmarish when the station's other intern, “the biggest dork on the planet,” gets a crush on her. Meanwhile, a bully steals Stewie's tricycle. Guest voices include Hugh Downs and Abe Vigoda (as themselves); Adam West (Mayor West); and Michael Chiklis (Cartooney Crewman and Mechanic). read more

Lethal Weapons Season 3, Episode 7

With a few tae-jitsu lessons under her black belt, Lois (voice of Alex Borstein) turns herself into Quahog's answer to Xena, cutting a wide swath through the hordes of obnoxious leaf-peeping tourists from New York. But soon her violent ways begin to hit home. Voices include Michael Chiklis (Bronx Guy No. 1), Lori Alan (Diane) Johnny Brennan (Horace/Bronx Guy No. 2), Peter Gallagher (Jared), Thomas Dekker (Michael Banks) and D.D. Howard (Katie Couric). read more

Death Lives Season 3, Episode 6

Peter pays a price when he plays golf on his anniversary---he's struck by lightning. Adam Carolla provides the voice of the Grim Reaper, who guides Peter through his “near death experience,” which leads to a “revelation” concerning Lois. Also, Peter offers the Reaper dating tips. Other voices include Peter Frampton, Chuck Woolery, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis and Seth Green. read more

And the Wiener Is... Season 3, Episode 5

Meg makes the flag-girl squad at James Woods High. That's “almost a cheerleader,” she boasts, but it doesn't impress the cool kids. Meanwhile, Peter (voice of series creator Seth MacFarlane) develops a severe case of Chris-envy. Other voices...Connie: Fairuza Balk. Jack: Patrick Duffy. Janet: Debra Wilson. Meg: Mila Kunis. Chris: Seth Green. read more

One if by Clam, Two if by Sea Season 3, Episode 4

Peter and his pals catch a beer-besotted version of the "Spirit of '76" when a Brit buys the Drunken Clam and turns it into an English pub. As it happens, pub owner Nigel Pinchley (voice of series creator Seth MacFarlane) and his family move in next door to the Griffins, and Stewie (also voiced by MacFarlane) plays 'Enry 'Iggins to Nigel's Cockney-accented 3-year-old daughter. Guest voices include Patrick Warburton (Joe) and Jennifer Tilly (Bonnie). read more

Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington Season 3, Episode 3

A conglomerate buys Happy Go Lucky Toys and installs Peter (voice of series creator Seth McFarlane) as president. The conglomerate also owns a tobacco company, and before long Peter is on his way to Washington to testify before Congress on the benefits of smoking. Guest voices include Gary Coleman and Alyssa Milano (as themselves). read more

Brian Does Hollywood Season 3, Episode 2

Brian heads to Hollywood to be screenwriter and the others follow when Stewie is chosen to be on “Kids Say the Darndest Things.” Stewie doesn't exactly hit it off with host Bill Cosby but Brian does make his mark in show business, if not in the way he had intended (as a porn “auteur”). Guest voices include Ray Liotta and adult stars Jenna Jameson and Ron Jeremy (as themselves). Michael Eisner: Gary Cole. read more

The Thin White Line Season 3, Episode 1

Family dog Brian is “in a rut” so he tries volunteerism, then takes a job as a dope-sniffing narc for the Quahog P.D. Trouble is, he likes what he sniffs a bit too much. Voice of Brian: Seth MacFarlane (series creator). Guest voices include Patrick Warburton (as a cop), Haley Joel Osment (as a kid) and Leif Garrett (as himself). read more

Fore, Father Season 2, Episode 21

Chris takes up with Quagmire when he feels neglected by Peter, who coaches Cleveland Jr. to play with him in a golf tournament. Patrick Warburton, Mike Henry, Nicole Sullivan. read more

Wasted Talent Season 2, Episode 20

The men of Quahog drink themselves into stupors trying to win a contest sponsored by the mysterious brewer Pawtucket Pete. The prize: a tour of his near-mystical brewery (and a lifetime supply of beer). Meanwhile, Lois (voice of Alex Bornstein), a frustrated pianist who competes vicariously through the students she teaches, finds one with real promise just before a big competition. Series creator Seth MacFarlane provides the voices of Peter, Stewie and Brian Griffin. Chris: Seth Green. read more

The Story on Page One Season 2, Episode 19

Luke Perry (who provides his own voice) is the subject of Meg's journalistic excess. Actually, it's Peter's: he writes an article “outing” Perry (with no evidence whatsoever), puts Meg's name on it and submits it to her school newspaper. Adam West provides the voice of Quahog mayor Adam West. Other voices include Mila Kunis (Meg) and series creator Seth MacFarlane (Peter, Brian, Stewie and Thomas Jefferson). read more

E Peterbus Unum Season 2, Episode 18

When Peter goes to City Hall for a pool permit, he discovers that the Griffin house is not located in Quahog---or even in the U.S. And so a new nation---Petoria---is born. Not surprisingly, Peter (voice of series creator Seth MacFarlane) proves to be a saber-rattler, and that leads to a cooling in U.S.-Petorian relations. Other voices include Adam West as Quahog mayor Adam West. read more

There's Something About Paulie Season 2, Episode 17

Peter finds himself tied to the mob after he buys a car that turns out to be a lemon, and a wiseguy (voice of Jon Cryer) offers lemon aid. Other guest voices include Michael Chiklis (Big Fat Paulie) and Alan King (the Don). Series creator Seth MacFarlane provides the voice of Peter. read more

He's Too Sexy for His Fat Season 2, Episode 16

Tired of being overweight, Chris (voice of Seth Green) decides to diet and exercise. That doesn't work, but there's always liposuction and plastic surgery---if not for Chris, then for another Griffin man (Peter---the one with the fat head). Other voices include Danny Smith (Dr. Ling, James Caan, Keenan, Lyle Lovett, Phineas, Salesman and Quentin Tarantino); and Mike Henry (Broderick, Cleveland, Cop, Eskimo Man, Performance Artist and Roman). read more

Dammit, Janet! Season 2, Episode 15

Lacking excitement in her life, Lois decides to get a job, and Peter steers her toward being a flight attendant (because husbands fly free). Elsewhere, Stewie is dispatched to a day-care center, where he promptly falls in love with a girl named Janet (voice of Tara Charendoff). This rattles him. "I want absolutely nothing to do with the wretched enterprise," he declares, to no avail. Series creator Seth MacFarlane voices Peter and Stewie (as well as Fidel Castro and the Cat in the Hat). read more

Let's Go to the Hop Season 2, Episode 14

A psychedelic drug craze (licking Colombian toads) hits Quahog's teens, so Peter goes undercover at the high school to stop it, and ends up being the most popular guy in school. Scenes send up John Hughes movies and “Grease.” Greg Allman has a cameo as himself. Other voices include series creator Seth MacFarlane (Peter/Lando and Neil), Mila Kunis (Meg) and Alex Borstein (Lois, Hooker, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor). read more

Road to Rhode Island Season 2, Episode 13

Hope and Crosby they're not, but Brian and Stewie do have some odd adventures when they bum their way across the country together after losing their plane tickets. In another plotline, Lois makes Peter watch a video designed to help couples communicate more effectively. Sam Waterston has a cameo as Brian's analyst. The topic: Brian's loss of his mother. Other voices include series creator Seth MacFarlane (Brian, Stewie, Peter) and Alex Borstein (Lois). read more

Fifteen Minutes of Shame Season 2, Episode 12

Everything Lois and Peter do seems to embarrass Meg, and now the Griffins are to be featured on a reality TV show. Not surprisingly, Meg is appalled. To make matters worse for her, the audience-research report comes in and she's the "least popular." Adam West has a voice cameo as himself. read more

A Picture's Worth a Thousand Bucks Season 2, Episode 11

A New York art dealer sees a painting of Chris's and immediately christens “Christobel” as the next big thing in art. So the Griffins head for the Big Apple for the launch of his career. Candice Bergen, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Charles Kimbrough have cameos as their “Murphy Brown” characters. Other voices include Seth Green (Chris) and Alex Borstein (Lois). read more

Running Mates Season 2, Episode 10

Peter and school-board candidate Lois have divergent views on an education issue, so Peter decides to run against her. The issue: a wacky old science teacher of Peter's is fired after the school's annual “egg drop” experiment because he had the kids drop California-condor eggs. Meanwhile, Chris gets into trouble at school for peeking into the girls' locker room. James Carville, Lee Majors and Andrej Kozlowski appear as themselves. read more

If I'm Dyin', I'm Lyin' Season 2, Episode 9

When Peter and Chris's favorite TV show, “Gumbel 2 Gumbel,” is canceled, Peter concocts a plan to get it uncanceled. He goes to the Grant-a-Dream Foundation and says that Chris is dying. His dream: bring back the Gumbels. It's granted, but Peter's “white lie” comes back to plague him. Voice of Mr. Harris: Martin Mull. Voice of God: series creator Seth MacFarlane. read more

I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar Season 2, Episode 8

Peter's sense of humor is no laughing matter to the woman who sues him for sexual harassment. He can escape the lawsuit, though---by attending a training session on workplace sensitivity. It's a chance for him to get in touch with his feminine side. Candice Bergen provides the voice of feminist lawyer Gloria Ironbachs. Other voices include Faith Ford (Miss Watson), Jennifer Tilly (Debbie). read more

The King Is Dead Season 2, Episode 7

Lois is named artistic director of the Quahog Players and makes Peter the producer of the troupe's upcoming show, “The King and I.” She had to find something for him to do---Peter was complaining about a lack of outlets for his “creativity” (and he certainly can't act). read more

Death Is a Bitch Season 2, Episode 6

Peter survives a health scare but gets a killer bill. So he writes “deceased” next to his name on a form---and is visited by the Grim Reaper himself. How, Peter wonders, did Death get the form? “It was e-mailed to me by your HMO.” But Death must take a forced holiday when he sprains his ankle chasing Peter, who has no desire to go gently into that good night. In addition to Peter, series creator Seth MacFarlane lends his voice to Dr. Jack Kevorkian, Freddy Krueger, Hitler and other characters. read more

Love Thy Trophy Season 2, Episode 5

Peter and his neighbors enter a float in Quahog's annual Harvest Festival Parade. They win, but then the trophy turns up missing and the winners all suspect each other of stealing it. Meanwhile, Meg (voice of Lacey Chabert) needs $1100 for a purse, so she takes a waitress job, and takes Stewie with her---pretending that she's an unwed mother and Stewie is her crack baby. read more

Brian in Love Season 2, Episode 4

Brian is having “accidents” (on rugs and other places) and seeks out a therapist (voice of Sam Waterston) to find out why. The therapist's conclusion: Brian's in love. The object of his yearning: Lois. Series creator Seth MacFarlane provides the voices of Brian and Peter, as well as Stewie. read more

Da Boom Season 2, Episode 3

The Griffins usher in the Millennium with a bang----a nuclear one. Victoria Principal and Patrick Duffy have cameos (as their “Dallas” characters Pam and Bobby Ewing) in a live-action coda to the program, in which every Y2K bug that can bite Quahog (and the rest of the world) does. But the Griffins survive and head off, “Mad Max”-like, on a sardonic odyssey through post-apocalyptic New England, where Griffin's Law prevails---until Peter shoots himself in the foot. read more

Holy Crap Season 2, Episode 2

Peter's dour and devout 80-year-old father (voice of Colm Meaney) moves in with the Griffins after he retires from the mill where he has worked for 50 years. He's a hellfire-and-damnation man, and he thinks family is heading south. Voices include Carlos Alazraqui (Gnome, Road Manager, Mr. Weed). read more

Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater Season 2, Episode 1

The Griffins are movin' on up (to a Newport mansion, specifically), when Lois inherits a “weekend house” from a rich aunt. Robin Leach provides his own voice in a “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” spoof. Voices include Seth MacFarlane (Peter, Stewie, Brian), Alex Borstein (Lois, Aunt Margarite), Seth Green (Chris), Lacey Chabert (Meg). read more

Brian: Portrait of a Dog Season 1, Episode 7

Brian leaves home after his refusal to perform during a dog show prompts a rift with Peter, who later sees Brian whisked away to the pound, where he's marked for death. Voices: Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green, Mary Scheer. read more

The Son Also Draws Season 1, Episode 6

On their way to New York, the Griffins take a wrong turn and end up at a Native American gambling casino, where luck proves to be no lady for Lois (voice of Alex Borstein). Comic Bobby Slayton provides the voice of a pit boss named Lenny. Peter, Stewie and Brian Griffin: series creator Seth MacFarlane. read more

A Hero Sits Next Door Season 1, Episode 5

When Peter's neighbor---an award-winning ballplayer and cop---makes him feel inadequate, Peter tries to become a hero. Voices: Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Lacey Chabert, Seth Green, Butch Hartman. read more

Mind Over Murder Season 1, Episode 4

Under house arrest, Peter builds a bar in the basement to have his friends over. And the joint is jumpin', much to Lois' dismay. Voices include Alex Borstein, Mike Henry, Seth MacFarlane, Seth Green. read more

Chitty Chitty Death Bang Season 1, Episode 3

The Griffins prepare for Stewie's first birthday party, but the precocious lad hatches a plan of his own. Voice of Stewie: Seth MacFarlane. Other voices include Alex Borstein, Seth Green, Lacey Chabert, Rachael MacFarlane. read more

I Never Met the Dead Man Season 1, Episode 2

Peter (voice of Seth MacFarlane) learns to live without TV when he crashes his car into a satellite dish. Meanwhile, Stewie devises a climate-control machine. Other voices include Alex Borstein, Seth Green and Joey Slotnick. read more

Death Has a Shadow Season 1, Episode 1

Peter ignores his wife's warning about a bachelor party. Voices include Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green and Phil LaMarr. read more

Family Guy Episode: "Something, Something, Something Dark Side"

Episode Synopsis: The "Star Wars" saga, "Family Guy"-style, continues with Peter's spin on "The Empire Strikes Back."
Original Air Date: May 23, 2010
Guest Cast Ralph Garman: Medical Droid/David James Caan: Himself Wally Wingert: Another Imperial Officer Dolph Lundgren Joe Flaherty: Man in Hat Chris Cox: Dack/Pilot of Other Ship/Ryan Seacrest John Bunnell: Himself Jon Benjamin: Yoda/Carl Tom Selleck James Woods: Gen. James Woods James Woods: Gen. James Woods Brigitte Nielsen

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Premiered: May 01, 2005, on FOX
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: Animated antics of the constantly grousing Griffins, a family that put some fun in dysfunctional. While dad Peter is a tad dim and lazy, mom Lois is none of the above. Then there are hapless teens Meg and Chris; sassy baby Stewie, who's wise (and a wise guy) beyond his years; and family dog Brian, who might be the smartest of the lot. Series creator Seth MacFarlane voices many of the regular characters. In 2002, Fox dumped the show, but revived it in 2005 after it became a top-selling DVD.

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