Nov 18, 2014 7:33 PM EST
Seth MacFarlane's cartoon empire isn't built on Family Guy alone. The prolific producer's other hit animated series, American Dad!, was renewed by TBS for Season 12 on Tuesday. The new season will consist… Read more
Cartoon antics from Seth MacFarlane ("Family Guy") about a gung-ho CIA agent (voice of MacFarlane), and his suburban family, which includes a hippie teen daughter. The zany supporting cast includes a randy pet goldfish who was once an East German spy and a (more…)
Premiered: February 6, 2005
Stan is afraid that Hayley is drifting aimlessly through life, so he tries to teach her the value of a good plan.
Stan is desperately trying to bond with Steve when he discovers that Steve is good at bowling.
Someone fails to bring a gift to the CIA Christmas party gift swap and Bullock is left without a gift. Bullock is enraged and demands to know who ruined the party but no one confesses.
To celebrate President’s Day, Stan takes Hayley to the James Garfield museum. Hayley is bored and says she couldn’t care less about history. Stan uses material at the museum to clone Garfield so that he can come to life and teach Hayley about American history. Hayley and Garfield become best friends and Hayley shares with him the marvels of the modern world. Meanwhile, Steve becomes the most popular reporter on the school newspaper.
Terry and Greg, the Smiths' gay neighbors, want to have a baby, and Francine offers to be their surrogate. Not surprisingly, Stan objects. At first. Meanwhile, Steve and Roger play a practical joke on Klaus, who vows revenge. The guys take this threat very (more…)
Steve joins a football team to please Stan, who then takes over as coach and gives Steve the boot because he isn't good enough. Meanwhile, Francine and Hayley vie for a blue ribbon at the county fair. Guest voices include Will Forte (Mayor Woodside) and Li (more…)
Roger declares that he was sent to Earth to be "the decider" of humanity's fate, and Stan challenges him on it. Guest voices include Sandra Oh, Bob Odenkirk, Joss Stone, Grace Park of "Battlestar Galactica", Glenn Howerton of "It's Always Sunny in Philadel (more…)
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