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This show cracks me up, it really does. There's only been 2 episodes played thus far, but it is truly a very humorous show. The show centers around a family, the father of which works for the CIA and is truly paranoid. There's also a liberal daughter, a son who's a bit of a geek, a hot wife, a fish with the brain of a horny German guy and an Alien named Roger.

The father, Stan, is a riot, in all his Conservativism and machoism.

Nothing more to say, just wondering if anyone caught it? If so, what did you think, what did you like or dislike about it, and will you keep watching it?


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Pilot
In the Pilot episode of American Dad, the father, Stan Smith, rigs the Student Body Elections to win his son, Steve, the presidency and, intern, the "heart" of Lisa Silver, the hottest girl in the school. Meanwhile, Roger, the lovable alien living with the Smith Family, convinces the Smith's Daughter, Hayley, to sneak him junk food snacks in return for writing term papers for her.

memorable quotes:
Stan: Francine, you be very careful out there today, we're at terror alert orange! Which means something might go down somewhere in someway in some point in time, SO LOOK SHARP!
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Threat Levels
When the terrorist threat level is decreased by an entire colour value, the CIA guys get a half day off work. However, when Stan accidently brings home the wrong thermist, he inadvertantly exploses his family to a toxic substance (when they're told they have 24 hours to live, the decided to spend the time as a family, watching the entire first season of 24). When it turns out to be a false alarm, Francine Smith starts to question her purpose in life. When she decides to become a realtor, Stan once again exercises his powers to get her into the business. He soon, however, becomes threatened by her success and formulates a plan to bring her down. (while this is going down, Hailey sets up a homeless shelter, and Steve decides to use the occupants for his amusement).

memorable quotes:
Stan: Uh, excuse me, are you Francine's boss?
Man: Yes.
Stan: (Into wrist communicator) Go! Go! Go! You're all under arrest.
Man: For what?
Stan: Possession of cocaine donuts.
Man: Those are powdered sugar.
Stan: Put it in a rap song, jailbird. This office is permanently closed.
Man: What are you saying?
Stan: I'm saying you're fired.
Donald Trump: (Clearing throat)
Stan: Oh, for God's sake. Somebody pay Mr. Trump.

Stan: Francine, what the hell is going on? You were fired.
(Donald Trump comes in)
Stan: That's passive past tense, Trump! You don't own that!
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Stan Knows Best
Hayley comes home from a politcal rally with her hair dyed green. In the night, Stan shaves her bald (for her own good, of course), so she decides to move out with her boyfriend (into a van...). When Stan cuts Hailey off (including withholding her college tuition), Hailey becomes a stripper, which sends Stan even further over the edge...

memorable quotes:
Francine: (Gasps) Hayley's working at a booby bar?! And she traded shifts with Tina?! What does Tina have to do that's so important? Oh, wait, this isn't about Tina! (Gasps) This isn't about Tina! It's never been about Tina.

Francine: How's everyone's French toast?
Stan: Smelly and ungrateful, but this American toast is delicious.
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Francine?s Flashback
When Stan forgets their anniversary, again, he decides to have the last 24 hours of Francine's memory erase. However, in the process of memory erasure, they accidently erase 24 years... To minimise the impact the truth will have on her, Francine moves out with Hayley, and Stan devises a plan to get her to remember him once again. Meanwhile, Steve gets Roger to go out with some really ugly chick so that he could score with one really hot girl.

memorable quotes:
Francine: Oh! Who fired the gardener...

Hayley: My mother stole my boyfriend!
Stan: Your boyfriend stole my wife! Let's get back at them by dating each other! Wait a minute. Daddy didn't think that through.

(After forgetting their anniversary)
CIA Agent 1:It looks like someone doesn't want to go home.
Stan:Yeah, today is the anniversary of a big fight we had.
CIA Agent 2:Yeah? What about?
Stan:Oh, I forgot our anniversary.


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Rodger Codger
In this episode Stan pushed the alien Roger to the brink of insanity that puts him in a sort of stress-induced hypernation. Thinking he's dead, Stan disposes of Roger's body in a respectful way (garbage bin in a fast food restaurant carpark). Roger wakes up and makes his way to washington. Anyways, turns out the CIA want to kill Roger and anyone involved with him, so Stan's put in a really tight situation.
memorable quotes:
Stan: [gets in car] CIA! To the Smithsonian! Drive! Wait... This is my car. Even better!
Bullock: We've got to blow this door down. Prepare the door blower! ....we've really got to find a better name for that.
Newspaper reads: "Economy Turns Corner, Falls Down Stairs."


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Homeland Insecurity
Franscine gets ticked because she doesn't know her neighbours as well as she used to, and she blames Stan's paranoia for causing this problem. Stan agrees to calm down so they could throw a barbeque, however when he meets their new neighbours (an Israeli couple), he immediately doesn't trust them and goes all out to prove their guilt as terrorists.
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Stan: Terroristssayswhat?

Stan: (playing scrabble) So, Laura, you had an abortion in college?
Husband: What?
(wife runs off crying)


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Deacon Stan Jesus Man
In this episode, Stan, ever in competition with his neighbour, runs to be new "deacon" of his church, just to beat the guy out. Meanwhile, Roger is lactating because of his weird alien reproductive system, and Steve somehow gets pregnant when he gives roger mouth-to-mouth. Anyways, a pretty good episode.


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Dude, that last one with the alien lactating was comedy. I was crackin' up. I might have to watch this again.

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After knocking out two women

Roger: Did you see where they went?
Steve: Who?
Roger: The black guys that did this.


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Season two started on Sunday
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Bullocks To Stan
In this episode, Stan's up for a promotion and takes his family to the CIA picnic/carnival. He thinks he's lost his chance when his boss, Bullocks, gets into a fight with his daughter, Hayley. Later on, he goes to apologize to his boss only to find Hayley there.... Ooooh... anyways, so he tries to break them up, while at the same time getting the promotion. Meanwhile Klaus does the director's commentary for their lives, and Stan and Roger find Dick Cheney's Blackberry and call everyone they can think of.

Hilarious episode.

Stan: What the hell do you think you're...
Hayley: Look, Avery called to apologize for what he said at the carnival. We met for coffee, and, well, I know it's crazy, but I like him. He challenges me. And besides, he has a huge...
Stan: Penis - I mean, Hayley! Damn it. I was trying to cut you off before you said...
Hayley: I was gonna say heart, but, well, you shined his shoes.

Bullock: Attention, everyone. Here are the invitations to the annual CIA family carnival. This is a top-secret gathering, so you'll want to memorize the time and location immediately -
Stan: Done! (Eats invitation)
Bullock: Because the invitations will self-destruct in three seconds.
(Everyone's invitations burn up and disintegrate)
Stan: (Coughs) Still better than my wife's cooking, eh? (Laughs, everyone leaves) I'm pooping blood tonight.


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Family Guy is funny. Original. Creative. The type of humor on the show is so random, you can't find it anywhere else. You can tell it takes its influence from the Simpsons, but it definitely has its own spin.




After viewing a few episodes of American dad... I have only one thing to say: It sucks.

It has its moments. But overall, it's just a spin-off of Family Guy, and a piss-poor one at that.






Why hasn't a mod closed this thread yet.


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Because the mod is the one posting in it everytime there's a new episode

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It took Family Guy to be cancelled then brought back before I started to like it. Seems to me that American Dad is just a rip. Funny, but same formula and not as funny. Still good for a few laughs. Wouldn't go as far to say it sucks, but it isn't great.

The alien spitting milk from his bossom was comedy though.

German fish is lame.

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The German fish was classic in the last episode. He was doing DVD commentary throughout the episode I agree some aspects of the show are lame, but its pretty funny in its own right, and it can do a lot more political satire than Family Guy can.

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I hear you Gabo, but Fam Guy does a lot of the political stuff, too. I mean, I will watch American Guy, but I am still on the fence. Just seems like too much of a carbon copy. It works for Law & Order, not really for cartoonies.

I think that me jumping on board for Family Guy is a good step for now. Just don't know if I can hack another ani-sitcom.

Or maybe I can.

We'll see.

Boob.

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You can hack it, you have to. If people don't start watching it, they may cancel...

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A Smith In Hand
While trying to teach his son about the horrible truth of pre-marital sex and "servicing yourself", Stan gets his pecker burnt. So he starts applying a cream, at which point he discovers the wonders of .... you know... so spends all of his time in the bathroom or alone somewhere else to help ease the urges. Yes, Stan gets addicted to spanking the monkey. And of course he starts neglecting his wife.

Meanwhile, Roger takes up bartending.... nothing to report there...

It was a pretty amusing episode, however they didn't use the whole CIA angle at all, rather the "conservative" side of Stan. The whole CIA, government consipiracy, paranoia thing is why I think the show's awesome, but it was still amusing.


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All About Steve
Stan ditches Steve because he's embarassed his son's a wimp, then Stan becomes this big nerd at work because his pimples and gets a taste of his own medicine... but the Steve helps Stan crack a case they're working on and ... well... it was an okay episode. Not brilliant. Some funny moments


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Stan of Arabia Parts 1 and 2
Stan takes the crap out of his boss on his birthday and gets "promoted" to Saudia Arabia. Before too long, Stan finds the joy in living in a foreign country and immersing himself in the local customs... his wife doesn't find the joy in it, however, when Stan brings home another wife, and he forbids her to go outside.

Quotes
Stan: Ladies, ladies. You're both Mrs. Smith.
Francine: Stan, what on earth?
Stan: Surprise! I got us a second wife. You know, to help with cooking and cleaning. Her name's impossible to pronounce, so I just call her "Thundercat."

Hayley: Bye, dad. We're going to see the new Michael Moore documentary.
Stan: Michael Moore... ? Oh, you mean Michael Bin Laden.

Stan: Look, Mr. President! Teacher says whenever a bell rings, an oppressive autocracy gets freedom!
President Bush: They sure do. Attaboy, Clarence.

Police Radio: All units to the northeast corner of the kasbah! 220 in progress!
Saudi Police Officer: 220? Someone just spotted a woman's ankles. Let's move!

Steve: Wow, Angelina Jolie! I have so many questions to ask you. Is that whole thing about you sleeping with knives in the bed true?
God: I'm not Angelina Jolie, Steve. I'm God. I simply chose the form most pleasing to you.
Steve: Oh, you're God. So, is that thing about Angelina Jolie sleeping with knives in the bed true?
God: Yeah. It's messed up, isn't it?

Kazim: You should be more careful around the Police of Vice and Virtue. Do you want to get stoned?
Hayley: Yes! Oh, my God, it's been, like, forever.
Kazim: You would like to be buried up to your neck and have a crowd of angry men throw rocks at your head?
Hayley: Oh. No.


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Stan Get Your Gun
Stan's love for guns drives him and his daughter Hayley further and further apart, until he finally decides to stage a burglary to prove how effective guns can be. When Stan gets paralyzed by a bullet lodged in his spine, however, his views change. Meanwhile, Roger convinces Steve that he's adopted, causing him to make out with his sister.

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Stan: Before we adjourn, let's recite the NGA Oath. Hold hands. Come on, it's not gay, there's guns in the room.

Hayley: I'm such a hypocrite!
Francine: Honey, he was robbing us. And he was gonna force himself on me.
Hayley: He said that?
Francine: Well, no, but I assume.
Hayley glares
Francine: What? You think I'm not attractive enough? That-That what? That he's just skip me and go straight to you? Well, aren't we conceited?

Hayley: What the hell! That's the burglar! Dad staged the whole thing!
Francine: Yeah, I get it, Hayley. I'm unrape-able, not stupid.

Hayley: But you were paralyzed by a gun.
Stan: No, I was paralyzed by you. Look, I'm not going to point fingers here, because I can't. Because of you.


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Star Trek
In this episode, Stan's son, Steve, becomes a famous children's author by turning the adventures of their drunken Alien, Roger, into a book. Stan, jealous that his 3,012 childrens stories hadn't been published, becomes pushy and intrusive, until Steve decides to divorce his parents.

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Stan: ...why'd you cheat?
Steve: I'm sorry. It's just, creative writing is hard. I can't do it.
Stan: "Can't"? We don't live in "Ameri-can't," Steve. We live in America. No, no, no, no, wait. We live in "Ameri-can." No, wait, that's not right, wait. We are "Ameri-can." Where was I going with this?
Steve: Um, I said, "Creative writing is hard."
Stan: Oh, yeah, yeah. Perseverance, Steve, it's all about perseverance. And if I Ameri-can't teach you about it, I have a friend who Ameri-will. Well, that sounded good. Had a bumpy start there, but I think I pulled it together.

Roger: Stars, they're just like us. Ooh! Here's Tara Reid buying a gallon of vodka and a case of morning-after pills. I drink gallons of vodka. I should be a star.


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Not Particularly Desperate Housewives
Fran gets bored with the same old routine, so decides to try and become friends with the "Lady Bugs" a group of ultra-cool ladies. They treat her coldly, until the time they accidently believe that Fran is having an afair with a South American Valet. Meanwhile, Stan is pre-occupied with a new dog he adopts and Hayley locks Steve and Klaus in her closet.

Awesome Quotes:
Francine: Stan, help me. I've been faking an affair to impress the Ladybugs, and they found out I was lying, and now they're trying to kill me!
Stan: A cult of muderous housewives. Before 9/11, I wouldn't have believed it, or at least I'd ask you some follow-up questions. But that's just not the world we live in anymore.

Klaus: There was a very famous Jewish girl who kept a diary. It ended badly. But enough about Fran Drescher. Ha ha! You thought I was making a Holocaust joke. Shame on you!

Stan: (About the dog) What the hell is that?
Francine: This is Fussy. His owner was killed, and he needs a home.
Stan: No way, Francine. We're Smiths, and Smiths have manly dogs. This dog couldn't be any more effeminate, even if it had 20 vaginas. And then it would just be a freakish mutant. Or a beautiful symbol of fertility.
Francine: But...
Stan: Forget it, Francine. We already have something girly and annoying in this house. It's called Roger.

Steve: (In Hayley's closet) Let me out or I'll rip up all your clothes!
Hayley: Go ahead! If you haven't noticed, I only wear this one outfit.


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Rough Trade
After Stan gets a DUI (after getting caught with his car after Roger smashes it into another car), both Stan and Roger become fed up with one another and agree to swap places for... well, they didn't say how long, but they just agreed to swap places. So Roger becomes a car salesman, and Stan stays at home and eats and drinks and watches Oprah and that kind of crap.

Classic episode, it totally cracked me up. Roger and Stan holding the magic Indian Wishing Bowl and saying they wish they could change places, and Klaus playing with the lights... that was just awesome


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Finances With Wolves
In this episode, Stan gets a big bonus and works and blows it on all kinds of crap. Francine wants to open a muffin stand, and asks for money, but gets no support from Stan. She takes his money, and starts the muffin stand and starts making a fortune. Stan starts to get uncomfortable about no woman being at home, and goes to extreme measures to get her back where she belongs (the kitchen). Also in this episode, Steve thinks he's turned into a werewolf after watching a horror moving and being scratched my a dog.

funny quotes:
Stan: Here we go -- mac and cheese. (Reads box) "Boil water." What am I, a chemist?

Francine: Stan, it's great the CIA gave you that $20,000 bonus for "Most Evasive Testimony to Congress," but at this rate, it'll be gone in no time.
Stan: Hey, if I don't buy all this crap, the terrorists win. And don't tell me it's not a competition, because it so is.

Stan: Now, make me that breakfast you owe me.
Klaus: Right away. But first, let me ask you something. How many eggs should I eat to get enough energy to plow your wife?
Stan: Uh, three should do it... What?!


quote:
It's Good to be the Queen
Stan feels bad about being humiliated at his Prom (in true Carrie style, without the blood - just the pigs) that he feels excited about attending Francine's 20 year reunion - since she was the Prom Queen at her school. When he finds out the prom queen votes were miscounted and someone else was Queen, he decides to accompy that women to the Prom... but gets his CIA double to keep his wife away from the reunion. Also in this episode, Steve and Roger get taken around by a Pizza Man who strangely resembles Jesus Christ (and Klaus and Hayley get high).

Funny Quotes:
(Before delivering the pizzas)
Roger: (Sarcastically) Oh, this is gonna be life-changing.
(After delivering the pizzas)
Roger: That was totally life-changing!

Roger: Hey, if we got your dad's missile launcher, I bet we could hit the house of the bully who went all Tom Sizemore on your eye.
Steve: Oh, I wish I could get that guy back. I'd like to dress up as a girl and make him have sex with me, then say, "Ha! I'm not a girl! You just had sex with a boy who hates you!" (Laughs)
Roger: Yeah, let's keep that plan between you, me, and the string of therapists who won't be able to help you.


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Roger n' Me (hahahhaha sounds like "rogering me")
When Stan goes to a bachelor party and finds himself unwelcome, he spends his time in Atlantic City with Roger who... "does things" to him so they can share feelings and thoughts. Stan regrets it the very next day. Also in this episode, Steve and Hayley try to break up a goodlooking couple to keep the remains for themselves.

funny quotes:
Peter: Okay, Terry, what is Greg's favorite appetizer?
Terry: Oh, that's easy. It's... potato skins!
Greg: No, it's wasabi tuna in a raddichio sauce.
Terry: Even I think that's gay.

Stan: Oh, my God! I hit Francine!
Roger: We should probably leave a note.

Francine: It's not Stan I'm worried about. It's the female "entertainment" I don't trust. Men throw a little cash out 'em, they'll do anything. Then sometimes when you're on the floor with another girl, guys'll throw money, then pick it up and throw the same singles out there again. Like I'm an idiot. Like I don't have peripheral vision.


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Helping Handis
Stan gives Steve steroids to help him become more popular. The plan works fine, because the cool kids in Steve's school are impressed with the massive boobs he grows. At the same time, Francine decides to become a "doctor" due to a short film Hayley makes about her boring life as a housewife.

Funny Sh**
Steve: What am I supposed to do now?
Stan: Strap 'em down with these Ace bandages. It's what Hilary Swank used to hide her breasts in Boys Don't Cry. You know, that movie where she got what she deserved?
(Steve gasps)
Stan: An Oscar! And brutally sodomized.
Steve: Dad!
Stan: ...in a review by Derek Simms of the Detroit Free Press!


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With Friends Like Steve's
Stan takes a liking to Steve's retarded friend Barry... and after Stan convinces Barry to stop taking his "vitamins", Steve becomes the new, evil, twisted Barry's victim in his game of... actually, they don't make clear what his plan was, but man it was a good episode.

Funny stuff:
Stan: Man, I'm getting hungry. Hey, let's go dig up your mother so she can make us breakfast!

Steve: (To Barry) Hey, that's my dad's Tara Reid collector's plate. You can't touch that. You know how much that'll be worth in a few months when she's dead?


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In the episode that aired last week, Stan wanted to force his son, Steve, to go to camp to live the happy childhood summers HE had at camp. Eventually he sent him to Camp Re-Fu-Gi, which turned out to be a Refugee camp in Africa. So he goes to Africa to get Steve back, and Fran's expense. Hayley comes with, and Fran and Roger start role-playing at parties as husband and wife.

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