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Family Guy Season 8 episodes

Something, Something, Something Dark Side, Conclusion Season 8, Episode 21

Conclusion. The "Star Wars" saga, "Family Guy"-style, continues with Peter's spin on "The Empire Strikes Back." John Bunnell and James Caan provide their own voices. read more

Something, Something, Something Dark Side, Part 1 Season 8, Episode 20

Part 1 of 2. The "Star Wars" saga, "Family Guy"-style, continues with Peter's spin on "The Empire Strikes Back." John Bunnell and James Caan provide their own voices. read more

The Splendid Source Season 8, Episode 19

Peter, Quagmire and Joe's search for the source of all dirty jokes leads them to Stoolbend, Va., where they reconnect with old friend Cleveland (voice of Mike Henry) and meet his new family. read more

Quagmire's Dad Season 8, Episode 18

Quagmire gets a Mother's Day surprise when his father begins to go through the change of life. read more

Brian & Stewie Season 8, Episode 17

Brian and Stewie are locked in a bank vault together, and must deal with each other in new ways. read more

April in Quahog Season 8, Episode 16

It's the day before the end of the world, and folks in Quahog look for ways to pass their final hours. But first, Peter has jury duty. Anne Hathaway and Jason Mraz have voice cameos. read more

Brian Griffin's House of Payne Season 8, Episode 15

Network executives buy a script that Brian had written for a TV drama and turn it into a raucous comedy, against his wishes, of course. Meanwhile, Meg and Chris accidentally knock Stewie down the stairs while they're fighting, and he won't come to. Charlie Sheen, Elijah Wood and James Woods have voice cameos as themselves. read more

Peter-assment Season 8, Episode 14

Peter gets a job as a paparazzo, then must fend off the unwanted advances of his boss (voice of Carrie Fisher). Meanwhile, Stewie gets the lead role in a school play, but gets a bad case of stage fright. Richard Dreyfuss and TMZ's Harvey Levin have voice cameos as themselves. read more

Go Stewie Go Season 8, Episode 13

Stewie auditions for a kids show in drag (the producers are casting girls) and lands the part. He also makes a friend in the cast (voice of Mae Whitman). Meanwhile, Meg dates a boy everyone likes, especially Lois. Other guest voices include Anne Hathaway (Mother Maggie) and Lucas Grabeel (Anthony). read more

Extra-Large Medium Season 8, Episode 12

When Chris and Stewie get lost in the woods, Lois sees a psychic (voice of Michelle Lee), who assures her that the kids are alright. They turn out to be, and a Griffin-family obsession with ESP takes hold. Meanwhile, Chris falls for a new girl at school. read more

Dial Meg for Murder Season 8, Episode 11

While tailing Meg to research a magazine article on American teen girls, Brian discovers that she has a secret boyfriend (voice of Chace Crawford), and that he's in jail. But he won't be for long. Allison Janney has a voice cameo as "Woman." read more

Family Guy Episode Recap: "FOX-y Lady" Season 8, Episode 10

This week on Family Guy, Peter and Chris join creative minds to create a new cartoon show while Lois takes on a new role as a FOX news reporter. Did "Handi-quacks" prove to be a hit? How did Lois do when given a special assignment? Find out and comment on this week's recap of "FOX-y Lady!" read more

Family Guy Episode Recap: "The Juice is Loose" Season 8, Episode 9

Family Guy returns with all new episode as Peter attempts to convince Quahog that O.J. Simpson is innocent of crimes he committed over a decade ago. How did the residents react? Find out in this week's recap of "The Juice is Loose!" read more

Family Guy Episode Recap: "Family Gay" Season 8, Episode 8

Frankly, I found it quite disturbing and creepy after a bit. But what do I know? I'm not the mastermind behind the sitcom. What were your opinions? read more

Jerome Is the New Black Season 8, Episode 7

Peter and his pals miss Cleveland so much that they decide to replace him with a guy named Jerome (voice of Kevin Michael Richardson). Trouble is, Quagmire can't stand him. read more

Quagmire's Baby Season 8, Episode 6

Quagmire becomes a not-so-proud papa and quickly realizes that fatherhood crimps his style. He also sells a ham radio to Peter, who uses it to communicate with the ghost of Ronald Reagan. Meanwhile, Stewie clones himself. Voice of Candy: Brittany Snow. read more

Hannah Banana Season 8, Episode 5

Stewie gets to know Hannah Montana (voice of singer Candace Marie) when she arrives in Quahog for a concert, and discovers something surprising about her. And Chris finally meets the Evil Monkey, who has been bedeviling him, and finds that he's not so evil after all. read more

Brian's Got a Brand New Bag Season 8, Episode 4

Brian falls in love with an older woman, and he takes flak from the rest of the Griffins for it. Meanwhile, Peter goes on a kicking kick (he kicks just about everyone he meets) after watching the movie "Road House." read more

Spies Reminiscent of Us Season 8, Episode 3

Two guys (voices of Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase) who turn out to be spies move into Cleveland's old house and soon have dossiers on everybody in Quahog. Then they head to Russia for a secret mission, with suspicious Stewie and Brian in hot pursuit. A "Cleveland Show" crossover includes brief appearances by Cleveland and Tim. read more

Family Goy Season 8, Episode 2

Lois learns that her mother is Jewish, but it's Peter who embraces Judaism most wholeheartedly---until he has a nighttime conversation with his father's ghost. Voice of Francis' Ghost: Charles Durning. Ben Stein has a voice cameo as a rabbi. read more

Family Guy Episode Recap: "Road to Multiverse" Season 8, Episode 1

Family Guy returns with its ninth season and kicks it off with a bang! Stewie and Brian travel to parallel universes and provide us with great laughs and some jaw-dropping clips. It's Family Guy — what did you expect? Read this week's recap!

Hello everyone! I'm Alex and I'm back for another season of recapping Family Guy! This week the tag-team duo of Brian and Stewie go on another out of this world, or rather universe, journey! With a neat little gadget made by the mad-crazy Stewie, the two are able to travel to parallel universes where things only seem to get stranger and stranger!

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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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