American Dad! Episodes

2005, TV Show

American Dad! Season 2 episodes

Tears of a Clooney Season 2, Episode 16

Stan learns that Francine despises George Clooney and organizes a CIA-style mission for her to “seduce and destroy” the star while he's filming a movie in Prague. Back in Langley Falls, Roger starts a vineyard in the backyard, using foster children as workers. He's a stern taskmaster, to put it mildly. Kate Jackson has a voice cameo as herself. read more

With Friends Like Steve's Season 2, Episode 15

Steve loses interest in his activities with Stan, who quickly dumps him for Barry, a kid who appreciates him. But Barry's very different when he's not taking his “vitamins.” Meanwhile, Roger's beer-swilling skills come in handy when he wants to join a fraternity at Hayley's college. Voice of Evil Barry: Craig Ferguson. read more

Helping Handis Season 2, Episode 14

Stan is concerned because Steve's a geek, so he feeds him steroids to pump him up. It works, but in an unexpected way. Also, Francine's upset because Hayley thinks her life is meaningless, so she gets a (very) quickie medical diploma, followed by a job offer she has a hard time refusing. Meanwhile, Roger takes up housekeeping chores and soon becomes a neatness freak. read more

Roger N' Me Season 2, Episode 13

After a wild night in Atlantic City, Stan and Roger bond in a way that turns out to be most alien to Stan. It'll have repercussions with Francine. Meanwhile, Steve and Hayley try to break up a couple so they can date them individually. Guest voices: Peter Scolari; Wendie Jo Sperber; Jennie Garth; Peter Facinelli. read more

It's Good to Be the Queen Season 2, Episode 12

It's homecoming queen Francine's 20th high-school reunion, and Stan, who was a geek in high school, wants to bask in her reflected glory. At home, Steve and Roger play a practical joke on a pizza-delivery guy (voice of Jeremy Sisto), and receive gentle wisdom in return. Quaky: Jon Cryer. Dark-Haired Man/Medic: Ioan Gruffudd. read more

Finances With Wolves Season 2, Episode 11

Despite Stan's objections, Francine realizes a long-standing dream of opening a kiosk at the Langley Falls Mall to sell her muffins, while Hayley becomes an eco-warrior to fight the mall's expansion. Meanwhile, Stan decides to give Klaus a new human body so Klaus can cook for him; and Steve thinks he's a werewolf. read more

Rough Trade Season 2, Episode 10

Stan and Roger switch roles, with stay-at-home Stan drinking and watching TV all day while head-of-the-household Roger gets a job as a car salesman and makes the family decisions. Lt. Goldberg: Beau Bridges. Philip: Andy Richter. Officer Bays: Jason Lee. Bob Memari: Ron Livingston. Linda Memari: Megyn Price. read more

Not Particularly Desperate Housewives Season 2, Episode 9

Francine gets mixed up with sophisticated, cheating housewives (voices include Molly Shannon and Paget Brewster) after they find her in an inadvertently compromising position with an art-gallery valet. Meanwhile, Stan becomes very attached to a tiny girly-dog named Fussy, and Hayley catches Steve and Klaus reading her diary. Voice of Bullock: Patrick Stewart. read more

Star Trek Season 2, Episode 8

Steve gains fame as a children's author after his English paper, a story about Roger, is published. Of course, the notoriety goes to Steve's head, and he goes to Hollywood, where the story plays out as an homage to 1950's “Sunset Boulevard.” Bryan Cranston voices the publisher. read more

Stannie Get Your Gun Season 2, Episode 7

Stanley tries to bond with Hayley by taking her to her favorite childhood amusement park, where she learns to her horror that it has become a gun group's theme park. But Hayley soon becomes a shooter. Meanwhile, Steve steals a cookie from Roger, who makes him pay for it (with Stan and Francine's inadvertent assistance). Beau Bridges lends his voice to two roles, a doctor and Lt. Thacker. read more

Stan of Arabia: Part Two Season 2, Episode 6

Conclusion. After Stan renounces his American citizenship to stay in Saudi Arabia, Francine runs afoul of the police of vice and virtue. Very afoul. Meanwhile, Hayley, on the run from the police of vice and virtue herself, meets a dashing young man. And Steve meets God in the desert; she looks a lot like Angelina Jolie. Gina Gershon has voice cameos as an unnamed woman and an unnamed teenager. read more

Stan of Arabia: Part One Season 2, Episode 5

Part 1 of two. After insulting Bullock (voice of Patrick Stewart) at a party, Stan is transferred to Saudia Arabia, where he soon discovers that the local culture is to his liking, especially the part in which men get to boss their wives around. Francine doesn't like it so much, nor does Hayley. Voice of Thundercat: Paget Brewster. read more

Con Heir Season 2, Episode 4

Stan's “superspy” father shows up and makes Stan a career-altering offer he doesn't want to refuse. Meanwhile, Steve has a dalliance with an “older woman” (she's 80). Voices... Jack: Daran Norris. Bullock: Patrick Stewart. Father Donovan: Martin Mull. read more

All About Steve Season 2, Episode 3

Stan is so upset that his son Steve is a geek that he gets an athletic kid to pose as his boy in a father-son softball game; the CIA can't seem to catch a cyber-terrorist; Roger's depressed because he can't connect with anyone outside the family. Patrick Stewart provides the voice of Stan's boss, Bullock. read more

A Smith in the Hand Season 2, Episode 2

When Steve comes home from school with a permission slip for sex education, Stan decides to take matters in hand and teach his son about the birds and bees himself. Meanwhile, Roger decides to become a bartender. read more

Bullocks to Stan Season 2, Episode 1

Stan wants a promotion, and buttering up his boss, Bullock (voice of Patrick Stewart), is how he goes about getting it. But complicating matters is Bullock's affair with Hayley. Meanwhile, Steve and Roger get hold of Vice President Dick Cheney's BlackBerry and use it to make crank calls. read more

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Premiered: February 06, 2005, on FOX
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: 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 an extraterrestrial. "Dad" debuted after the 2005 Super Bowl.

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