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Family Guy Season 9 episodes

It's a Trap! (Part 2) Season 9, Episode 21

The "Family Guy"-style "Star Wars" trilogy concludes on the moon of Endor, but not before Luke (Chris) loses his temper when Darth Vader belittles actor Seth Green (who voices Chris/Luke). Meanwhile, an Imperial stormtrooper steals Pee-wee Herman's bike. read more

It's a Trap! (Part 1) Season 9, Episode 20

Part 1 of 2: The "Star Wars" trilogy ("Family Guy"-style) concludes. But first, Luke (aka Chris) must negotiate for the life of Han Solo (Peter) with Jabba the Hutt (Joe), who has the whip hand, and a henchman named Rancor (voice of Rush Limbaugh). Other guest voices include Anne Hathaway, Carrie Fisher and H. Jon Benjamin. read more

Foreign Affairs Season 9, Episode 19

Lois goes to Paris with Bonnie (voice of Jennifer Tilly), leaving Peter in charge at home---and homeschooling Meg and Chris because of a flu scare at James Woods High. In the City of Light, meanwhile, Bonnie announces that she wants to have an affair. read more

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 18

Stewie creates the universe (or so he says) in order to get back into it. It seems that he and Brian get themselves trapped outside the time-space continuum after fighting near his time machine's control panel, and a big bang is the only way back. Then his diabolical half brother, Bertram (voice of Wallace Shawn), gets his hands on the machine. This is bad news for both Stewie and the rest of the universe. read more

Brothers & Sisters Season 9, Episode 17

Lois' often-divorced sister (voice of Julie Haggerty) visits---and falls in love with Mayor West. He falls for her, too, and they decide to wed. Peter's also excited because he has never had a brother and he figures that a brother-in-law is close enough. Also appearing are Robert Loggia (as himself), and "Family Ties" alums Meredith Baxter and Michael Gross (as Elyse and Steven). read more

Tiegs for Two Season 9, Episode 16

Brian enlists Quagmire's help to get a woman (voice of Jessica Stroup) to go out with him. Meanwhile, Peter loses it when the dry cleaner loses his favorite white shirt. Other guest voices include Cheryl Tiegs (as herself) and Drew Barrymore (Jillian). read more

Trading Places Season 9, Episode 15

Chris and Meg switch roles with Peter and Lois for a week after the kids complain about the punishment the grown-ups mete out after they crash Peter's dirt bike, which they took without permission. read more

The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair Season 9, Episode 14

With Bonnie (voice of Jennifer Tilly) out of town, Meg checks in on Joe (Patrick Warburton), but gets a little too involved with him, to everyone's consternation---especially Joe's. Meanwhile, Stewie decides that he's not bad enough, and decides to do something about it. read more

German Guy Season 9, Episode 13

Needing a hobby, Chris takes up puppetry after he meets an aging German-born puppeteer. Trouble is, the man is hiding an unsavory past. read more

Friends of Peter G. Season 9, Episode 12

Following a drunken rampage in a movie theater, Peter and Brian are sentenced to attend AA meetings. But Peter won't see the error of his ways, so Death (voice of Adam Corolla) pays him a visit and shows him what a life of sobriety would be like. read more

And I'm Joyce Kinney Season 9, Episode 11

Lois makes friends with new Ch. 5 coanchor Joyce Kinney (voice of Christine Lakin)---or thinks she does. Helen Reddy sings the Ch. 5-news theme song. read more

New Kidney in Town Season 9, Episode 10

Peter needs a new kidney after his energy-drink addiction causes renal failure. Meanwhile, Chris is chosen to introduce the president at school after winning an essay contest. Trouble is, Meg wrote the essay. Drew Carey has a voice cameo as himself as host of "The Price is Right." read more

Road to the North Pole Season 9, Episode 9

Conclusion. Brian and Stewie have a thing or two to teach Santa Claus about holiday cheer (and they travel to the North Pole to do it) after the jolly old elf gives them the brush-off at the Quahog Mall. David Boreanaz has a voice cameo as himself, as does Ron MacFarlane, father of series creator Seth MacFarlane. read more

Road to the North Pole Season 9, Episode 8

Part 1 of 2. Brian and Stewie have a thing or two to teach Santa Claus about holiday cheer (and they travel to the North Pole to do it) after the jolly old elf gives them the brush-off at the Quahog Mall. David Boreanaz has a voice cameo as himself, as does Ron MacFarlane, father of series creator Seth MacFarlane. read more

Brian Writes a Bestseller Season 9, Episode 7

Brian finally hits literary pay dirt with a self-help book he dashes off and, not surprisingly, the fame goes to his head. Then his agent---Stewie---gets him on "Real Time With Bill Maher," and Maher (in a live-action sequence) turns out to be no fan. Arianna Huffington and Dana Gould have cameos as Brian's fellow panelists, and Ashley Tisdale provides the voice of a woman who wants Brian to autograph his book. read more

Baby, You Knock Me Out Season 9, Episode 6

Peter talks Lois into stepping into the ring at women's fight night at a Quahog club, and soon she's displaying pugilistic skills she never knew she had. read more

Halloween on Spooner Street Season 9, Episode 5

It's Halloween in Quahog, and Brian is showing Stewie how to trick-or-treat. Meanwhile, Peter and Joe are playing tricks on Quagmire; and Meg is going to a Halloween party dressed as a "slutty cat." read more

Welcome Back Carter Season 9, Episode 4

Lois' mom wants a divorce after her husband, Carter, is caught having an affair by Peter, who then becomes Carter's wingman as he returns to single life. read more

Excellence in Broadcasting Season 9, Episode 3

Rush Limbaugh (who provides his own voice) signs books at the Quahog Mall and gains a convert: the formerly liberal Brian, a development that riles Lois. "You brainwashed our dog," she fumes. Rainn Wilson has a voice cameo as himself, and Shelley Long and Gary Cole provide the voices of Carol and Mike Brady of "The Brady Bunch." read more

Family Guy Episode Recap: "Family Goy" Season 9, Episode 2

This week on Family Guy, Peter falls in love with Kathy Ireland and Lois discovers a family secret. Got your interest? Read the all new FG recap.

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And Then There Were Fewer - Part 1 Season 9, Episode 1

Part 1 of 2. James Woods (voice of James Woods), who has recently found religion, invites much of Quahog to meet his new companion (voice of Ashley Tisdale) and to atone for past sins. But then there's a murder. It won't be the only one. 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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