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Family Guy: The Freakin' Sweet Collection [DVD]

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Overview

Special Features

  • All-new commentaries on selected episodes by series creator Seth MacFarlane, producers, writers and cast members
  • Over 30 minutes of new content from Seth MacFarlane - including an inside look at "American Dad" and the upcoming fourth season of "Family Guy"
  • Controversial "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein" episode (Never aired on network TV)
  • Original restored/uncensored "Road to Rhode Island"
  • episode (never before available on DVD)
  • Closed Captioned

Synopsis

Although the first season of the doggedly irreverent animated half-hour Family Guy didn't exactly set the ratings on fire, the series' devoted fan following was sufficient for Fox to order 21 new episodes for a second season. The opener finds the dysfunctional Griffin family developing even worse financial sense than normal when they inherit a mansion. Later on, Peter Griffin is forced to kidnap Pope John Paul II to prove something to his hyper-judgmental dad (voiced by Charles Durning); New Years Day of 2000 proves to be an apocalyptic experience as the Griffins rummage through the ruins of a bombed-out Quahog, RI -- and end up crossing paths with Randy Newman and the cast of Dallas; a quickie European vacation awakens the carnal lust in Brian the dog; and Norm MacDonald provides the voice of Mr. Death, who proves to be a crabby house guest when he breaks his skeletal leg in the Griffin living room (this is the one where Peter develops a "fatty corpuscle"). Also: Lois Griffin directs a community production of The King and I which devolves into a garish "leg show" and an obscene example of egos run amok; Murphy Brown's Candice Bergen and Faith Ford provide voices for an episode in which Peter gets in touch with his feminine side; daughter Meg's slumber party morphs into the new 24-hour TV reality series "The Real Griffins" (even though the "real Griffins" are replaced by celebrity actors); Brian and malevolent infant Stewie Griffin go into Hope-Crosby mode on "Road to Rhode Island"; Peter poses as a high school student, basking in the popularity he'd never enjoyed during his actual teen years; the Mob makes the family an offer they can't refuse (or make sense of) in an episode featuring the voice of The Shield's Michael Chiklis; son Chris needs liposuction, but it's Peter who gets the treatment, much to the jealous Lois' dismay; and Luke Perry sues Peter for defamation of character and bad writing. Topping off the season, father-and-son day for Peter and Chris turns sour when Peter chooses someone else's son! ~ Hal Erickson

Cast & Crew

  • Seth MacFarlane - Peter Griffin/Stewie/Brian/Quagmire
  • Alex Borstein - Lois
  • Seth Green - Chris
  • Lacey Chabert - Meg
  • Mila Kunis - Meg
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