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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 (more…)
Premiered: February 6, 2005
Stan is traumatized by a random act of violence and seeks to establish a sense of control by creating a miniature version of Langley Falls.
Francine becomes a successful self-published mystery novelist and the family travels to New York to attend a convention.
Stan and Francine travel to Hollywood for vacation. An aging movie star believes Stan is the reincarnation of a Hollywood legend and uses him to make one last film.
Roger acts as Hayley’s life coach and helps her find a new job. She falls in love with a co-worker but discovers he is already married.
After outing himself as an alien, Roger (in disguise) finagles his way into being appointed the CIA's chief alien hunter to take advantage of a lavish expense account---while coming up just short in attempts to catch himself. Meanwhile, Francine shocks her (more…)
After almost dying in a car crash, Stan decides that he must do something important with his life, so he digs for the gold he claims Iran-contra figure Oliver North buried beneath his house (which Stan and Francine bought from North). Meanwhile, Roger pose (more…)
In the third-season finale, Francine is out of town, giving Roger an opportunity to host spring break at the Smith house for visiting college students, one of whom becomes the straying Stan's "spring-break buddy." Meanwhile, cable music-channel host Carmen (more…)