Lois and the kids run into Peter while he prostitutes himself.
Executive producers Mike Barker and Danny Smith explain how they met Seth MacFarlane. Seth tells moderator Bill Maher about his childhood desire to create cartoons and talks about the beginning of his career at Hanna-Barbera as a writer on "Johnny Bravo."
Watch the animatic for the 'Family Guy' Halloween party now on DVD.
On the Griffins' visit to Brown University, the Dean questions whether Meg is Brown material.
Creator/executive producer Seth MacFarlane talks about George Lucas and the running Star Wars jokes in the show.
Actor Seth Green (Chris Griffin) remembers his audition for the voice of character Chris Griffin and how he took a risk.
Brian and Stewie try to cut in line to meet Santa.
Peter shoves Stewie down his pants in order to appear larger down in his private area.
Seth MacFarlane says that "Family Guy Live" was inspired by live stage shows featuring "The Simpsons." He demonstrates how he performs multiple character voices in an improvised dialogue between Stewie Griffin and Brian Griffin.
Peter and his father sing a classic duet.
Peter takes out everyone in his path on his way to the bathroom.
Stewie tries to kill himself, and turns into Toasterman
Voice actor Alex Borstein (Lois Griffin) describes the "Family Guy" writers' room. Exec. producer Danny Smith compares writing jokes to landing punches. He thanks prisoners and college students for buying "Family Guy" DVDs, ensuring the show's renewal.
Stewie writes in his journal about how he came to be.
Stewie hits Brian up for the money he owes him.
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