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Family Guy Season 4 episodes

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

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

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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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