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Family Guy Season 3 episodes

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

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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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