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This animated series features the adventures of the Griffin family. Endearingly ignorant Peter and his stay-at-home wife, Lois, reside in Quahog, R.I., and have three kids. Meg, the eldest child, is a social outcast, and teenage Chris is awkward and clueless when it comes to the opposite sex. The youngest, Stewie, is a genius baby who is bent on killing his mother and destroying the world. Brian, the talking dog, keeps Stewie in check while sipping martinis and sorting through his own issues.

S20, EP1 "LASIK Instinct"

With her vision waning, Lois elects to get LASIK surgery but exploits her new disability for monetary gain; Peter, Chris and Stewie must partake in all the activities with Doug that his father neglects.

S20, EP2 "Rock Hard"

While at an old record store, Peter and the guys recount tales of three rock legends: Jim Morrison, Muddy Waters and Elton John.

S20, EP3 "Must Love Dogs"

Quagmire meets an avid dog lover, and pretends Brian is his dog in an attempt to win her over; Chris helps Stewie track down the culprit who stole his Halloween candy.

S20, EP4 "80's Guy"

Impelled by nostalgia, Peter re-creates movie scenes from his favorite decade; Stewie and Doug compete to retrieve a Frisbee stuck at the top of the jungle gym.

S20, EP5 "Brief Encounter"

When Peter and Quagmire accidentally switch underwear, they begin to mimic the other's behavior; Stewie and Doug agree to commit each other's murders.

S20, EP6 "Cootie & The Blowhard"

Stewie takes drastic measures when he thinks he is diagnosed with terminal cooties; Peter becomes infatuated with Bonnie's cooking.

S20, EP7 "Peterschmidt Manor"

Lois and her father attend the funeral of Lois' childhood nanny; Peter and the rest of the family turn Pewterschmidt mansion into a hotel.

S20, EP8 "The Birthday Bootlegger"

A new boss quells Peter's favorite part about work: office birthdays; Stewie is put in detention and comes out a ruffian.

S15, EP10 "Passenger Fatty-Seven"

When Quagmire gets free plane tickets for a guys' trip to San Francisco, unforeseen events put his flying abilities to the test.

S15, EP11 "Gronkowsbees"

Professional football player Rob Gronkowski moves into the neighborhood; Stewie uses steroids to increase his new bees' honey output, but it makes them aggressive instead.

S10, EP8 "Cool Hand Peter"

When Peter and the guys take a road trip to the Deep South, they wind up in jail; Lois and her friends partake in some childish antics.

S10, EP9 "Grumpy Old Man"

After Lois' father falls asleep while driving, the family becomes concerned and decides to check out retirement communities in Florida.

S10, EP10 "Meg and Quagmire"

Quagmire gets involved with a newly 18-year-old Meg, much to Peter's dismay.

S10, EP11 "The Blind Side"

Brian dates a blind girl only to find out she hates dogs; the Griffins install a new staircase in their home.

S10, EP12 "Livin' on a Prayer"

Lois takes drastic action to care for a sick boy after his parents refuse treatment on religious grounds.

S10, EP13 "Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream"

Peter tries to become a famous actor; Chris starts dating a girl who looks very similar to a member of the Griffin household.

S10, EP14 "Be Careful What You Fish For"

After Peter half-heartedly makes a promise to a helpful dolphin (Ricky Gervais), the dolphin moves to Quahog.

S10, EP15 "Burning Down the Bayit"

When Mort asks Peter and Quagmire to help save his pharmacy, the three decide to burn it down and collect the insurance money.

S10, EP16 "Killer Queen"

Peter and Chris go to fat camp where they cross paths with a serial killer who targets overweight kids; an album cover frightens Stewie.

S10, EP17 "Forget-Me-Not"

After a night out, Peter, Joe, Brian and Quagmire awake in a hospital and discover that they don't remember anything and that the town has been deserted.

S10, EP18 "You Can't Do That on Television, Peter"

When Peter's favorite TV show is canceled, he creates and stars in his own show for children; Meg interns at the hospital.

S10, EP19 "Mr. & Mrs. Stewie"

Stewie meets a female version of himself and falls in love; Peter and Quagmire step up their friendship.

S10, EP20 "Leggo My Meg-O"

Meg's exciting European adventure comes to a halt when she is kidnapped; Stewie and Brian embark on an action-packed rescue mission.

"Family Guy"

This animated series features the adventures of the Griffin family. Endearingly ignorant Peter and his stay-at-home wife, Lois, reside in Quahog, R.I., and have three kids. Meg, the eldest child, is a social outcast, and teenage Chris is awkward and clueless when it comes to the opposite sex. The youngest, Stewie, is a genius baby who is bent on killing his mother and destroying the world. Brian, the talking dog, keeps Stewie in check while sipping martinis and sorting through his own issues.

S10, EP23 "Internal Affairs"

Peter encourages Joe to have a one-night stand to get even with Bonnie; Peter has a run-in with the angry chicken.

S11, EP1 "Into Fat Air"

In order to compete with ambitious friends, the Griffins decide to climb Mount Everest.

S11, EP2 "Ratings Guy"

When the Griffins are selected to have their TV-watching habits monitored, Peter hatches a scheme to control the airwaves.

S11, EP3 "The Old Man and the Big `C'"

Brian learns that Carter Pewterschmidt's company is keeping the cure for cancer from the public in order to drive up profits; Quagmire reveals a secret.

S11, EP4 "Yug Ylimaf"

When Brian accidentally causes Stewie's time machine to make reality run in reverse, the two must fix the problem before Stewie is unborn.

S11, EP5 "200 Episodes Later"

The cast and crew celebrate the show's 200th episode with a behind-the-scenes look at the series.

S15, EP12 "Peter's Def Jam"

While the guys try to start a podcast, Peter goes solo and branches out as a DJ.; when Lois' allergy forces Brian to move into Stewie's bedroom, the two have a difficult time as roommates.

S15, EP13 "The Finer Strings"

The guys decide to form a string quartet, but Peter doesn't make the cut; Brian is forced to be Carter's seeing eye dog.

S20, EP9 "The Fatman Always Rings Twice"

In noir-style, Peter/Mac investigates the disappearance of Meg/Sister Megan.

S20, EP10 "Christmas Crime"

When Mayor West's nativity scene is ruined, Brian is seen as the prime suspect.

S20, EP11 "Mister Act"

An accident leaves Peter with a high-pitched voice, so Jesus coaches him into fending off the choir boys; Stewie is attracted to Lois' new masculine physique.

S20, EP12 "The Lois Quagmire"

At odds with Peter, Lois takes Quagmire to her high school reunion; the rest of the family must cover up the death of a pizza delivery man.

S20, EP13 "Lawyer Guy"

Peter hires the town's new lawyer, Brick Baker, to represent him in litigation against his new neighbor -- who turns out to be Brick; Brian and Stewie become lobstermen and save Rupert from the perils of the deep.

S20, EP14 "HBO-No"

The Griffins tell their own versions of three HBO shows: "Game of Thrones," "Succession" and "Big Little Lies."

S20, EP15 "Hard Boiled Meg"

Meg is invigorated by her new role as a getaway driver; Quagmire can't rid himself of the hiccups and implores Peter to kill him.

S20, EP16 "Prescription Heroine"

After Brian sustains an injury, Lois gets hooked on his painkillers; Cleveland refurbishes Peter's pingpong table, which becomes the hot spot in the neighborhood.

S20, EP17 "All About Alana"

When Lois' piano student, Alana, comes to work for the Griffins, Lois is initially glad for the help, until she realizes Alana's intentions are more sinister than she thought.

S20, EP18 "Girlfriend, Eh?"

Peter and Chris take a road trip to Canada to prove the existence of Chris' girlfriend; Lois and Meg compete for the attention of a handsome handyman.

S15, EP14 "The Dating Game"

Peter and the gang must intervene when a popular dating app sends Quagmire on the road to hedonism; Stewie finds out he has scoliosis.

S15, EP15 "Cop and a Half-wit"

Peter helps Joe with several crime cases but gets angry when Joe tries to take all of the credit; Brian convinces Stewie to join a football team and panics when he gets a concussion.

S20, EP19 "First Blood"

The guys' physical prowess is tested at Mayor West's dude ranch; Stewie thinks he's gotten his first period.

S20, EP20 "Jersey Bore"

Peter attends a business conference in Atlantic City with Preston; Stewie helps Chris prepare for his role in Adam West High School's rendition of "Romeo and Juliet."

S21, EP1 "Oscars Guy"

The Griffins perform a retelling of three Oscar-winning stories: "Silence of the Lambs," "American Beauty" and "Forrest Gump."

S21, EP2 "Bend or Blockbuster"

Resolved to enjoy a family movie night, the Griffins take a road trip to Bend, Ore., to rent a VHS from the last Blockbuster in existence.

S21, EP3 "A Wife-Changing Experience"

Joe accidentally sees Lois naked, leading to a reinvigoration of his sex life with Bonnie; Stewie is gifted an electric SUV and quickly embodies the "Range Rover" lifestyle.

S21, EP4 "The Munchurian Candidate"

Lois hypnotizes Peter into satisfying her sexual proclivities; Stewie renovates his treehouse in an attempt to win over Brian and Chris.

S21, EP5 "Unzipped Code"

Cleveland is fired as a mailman after a mishap, but flourishes in his new job at the brewery.

S21, EP6 "Happy Holo-ween"

Peter makes a hologram of himself to get out of menial household duties.

S15, EP16 "Saturated Fat Guy"

Peter opens up his own food truck business in an attempt to avoid the healthy food Lois forces him to eat; Meg joins a roller derby team, despite Chris thinking it's too dangerous.

S15, EP17 "Peter's Lost Youth"

Lois upstages Peter at a Red Sox fantasy baseball camp; Stewie runs away from home while Meg is watching him.

S21, EP7 "The Stewaway"

During a game of hide-and-seek, Stewie takes refuge in Quagmire's suitcase, only to wind up in Paris; Peter and Lois take a getaway to Vermont, where Lois is intent on breaking Bonnie's Instagram "like" record.

S21, EP8 "Get Stewie"

Stewie finds himself in public disgrace after a popstar unleashes her fan base on him for a benign comment; Peter gets lap band surgery and enjoys the merriment of excess skin.

S21, EP9 "Carny Knowledge"

Peter and Chris finish last in a "Generation Gap" game at a carnival, forcing them to try to reconnect; Brian starts to date a carny, whom he can't break up with even after witnessing some of her crude habits.

S21, EP10 "The Candidate"

Stewie and Doug compete for the honor of class snack captain.

S21, EP11 "Love Story Guy"

The guys recount their first true love stories, leading to parodies of "Castaway," "Dirty Dancing" and various Meg Ryan rom-coms.

S21, EP12 "Old West"

The guys try to help Mayor Wild West reconnect with his estranged father, Old West.

S21, EP13 "Single White Dad"

Peter is mistaken for being a single parent, and relishes in the perks that come with it.

S21, EP14 "White Meg Can't Jump"

Meg joins the basketball team; Stewie goes down a rabbit hole of conspiracies, which ultimately ends with him developing multiple personalities.

S15, EP18 "The Peter Principal"

When Peter becomes the temporary principal at the high school, Meg uses his authority to get even with her bullies.

S15, EP19 "Dearly Deported"

When Chris' Mexican girlfriend, Isabella, gets deported, he steps up to take care of her twin babies, only to find she can't return to the U.S.

S21, EP15 "Adoptation"

To restore his public image, Carter adopts a young girl from an orphanage, drawing jealousy from Lois.

S21, EP16 "The Bird Reich"

Peter tries to take advantage of a work policy granting leave in the event of a pet's death; Stewie causes Brian to give up writing.

S21, EP17 "A Bottle Episode"

Lois is blocked from a vacation rental app and accused of stealing; Stewie and Brian try to sell saltwater taffy door to door.

S21, EP18 "Vat Man & Rob 'Em"

When Peter gets a job as the new night watchman, he and the guys turn Pawtucket Brewery into an after-hours bar; Stewie and Brian's plan to collect "lost dog" return money backfires when Brian is used for a dangerous TikTok stunt.

S21, EP19 "From Russia With Love"

After Brian's Instagram is hacked, Meg takes Stewie and Brian to Russia, only to realize she'd rather stay there; Lois reverts to her tormented teenage self when Quagmire starts dating her high school bully.

S21, EP20 "Adult Education"

Meg gets married in Russia but returns home after discovering she was used for a green card marriage; Chris, in need of an extracurricular activity, joins Principal Shepherd in shooting pornos at the high school.

S1, EP1 "Death Has a Shadow"

After Peter gets fired following a riotous bachelor party, he receives a check for $150,000 from the welfare department.

S1, EP2 "I Never Met the Dead Man"

Peter crashes into a satellite dish, knocking out the city's cable TV; Stewie schemes to eradicate all vegetables.

S15, EP20 "A House Full of Peters"

Peter's past participation as a sperm donor catches up to him when his children start showing up at his house.

S16, EP4 "Follow the Money"

After Chris gets a special $1 bill for his birthday and quickly loses it, the dollar gets passed from character to character throughout Quahog.

S1, EP3 "Chitty Chitty Death Bang"

Meg unknowingly attends a cult meeting on Stewie's first birthday, and the cult leader follows her home.

S1, EP4 "Mind Over Murder"

Peter turns the basement into a bar when he is placed under house arrest; Stewie builds a time machine.

S1, EP5 "A Hero Sits Next Door"

Perturbed Peter decides to steal his new neighbor's limelight by foiling a bank robbery. Voices of Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein and Seth Green. Guest voices of Jennifer Tilly and Patrick Warburton.

S1, EP6 "The Son Also Draws"

Peter has to prove he has American Indian blood in him to win back Lois' gambling losses at a reservation casino.

S1, EP7 "Brian: Portrait of a Dog"

Brian takes the bully pulpit to argue for his rights after Peter enters him in a dog show. Voices of Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein and Seth Green. Guest voice of Dick Van Patten.

S2, EP1 "Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater"

When the Griffins inherit a mansion, Peter bids $10 million on a piece of art, losing his new home. Voices of Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein and Seth Green. Guest voice of Robin Leach.

S2, EP2 "Holy Crap"

Peter's retired father moves in and drives everyone crazy with his religiosity. Voices of Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein and Seth Green. Guest voice: Colm Meaney.

S2, EP3 "Da Boom"

Peter and his family take cover in the basement on New Year's Eve and emerge to find a different world.

S16, EP5 "Three Directors"

In a special anthology-style episode, Peter gets fired from the brewery in the signature styles of three famous Hollywood film directors.

S16, EP2 "Foxx in the Men House"

Peter befriends the coolest guy ever and dumps Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland.

S11, EP6 "Joe's Revenge"

When the criminal who put Joe in the wheelchair becomes a fugitive, Quagmire, Joe and Peter try to hunt him down.

S11, EP7 "Lois Comes Out of Her Shell"

Peter tries to keep up with Lois as she goes through a midlife crisis; Stewie brings home a turtle from the park.

S11, EP8 "Friends Without Benefits"

When Meg learns her crush is gay and interested in Chris, she uses her brother to get closer to him.

S11, EP9 "Jesus, Mary and Joseph!"

Peter shares his version of the Nativity story at Christmastime.

S11, EP10 "Space Cadet"

When the Griffins try to pick Chris up from space camp, they find themselves accidentally launched into space and reliant on Chris to get them home.

S11, EP11 "Brian's Play"

Brian loses confidence when he learns that Stewie has written a better play than he.

S11, EP12 "The Giggity Wife"

During a visit to Harvard, Quagmire accidentally marries a prostitute; in an attempt to get out of his marriage, Quagmire pretends that Peter is his lover.

S11, EP13 "Valentine's Day in Quahog"

On Valentine's Day, Meg goes on a date with a guy she met online, and Lois and Pete stay in bed all day; Brian is visited by his ex-girlfriends.

S11, EP14 "Chris Cross"

When Meg catches Chris stealing money from Lois' purse, she makes him do her chores; Chris, tired of the pact with Meg, runs away to live with Herbert; Stewie and Brian become obsessed with singer Anne Murray.

S11, EP15 "Call Girl"

When Lois gets a job at an adults-only phone line to earn extra money, she takes a call from Peter.

S11, EP16 "Turban Cowboy"

An unfortunate sky-diving accident sends Peter to the hospital, where he makes friends with a man named Mahmoud; Quagmire and Joe become suspicious of Mahmoud.

S11, EP17 "12 and a Half Angry Men"

Mayor West becomes the prime suspect when a murder occurs at his mansion.

S11, EP18 "Bigfat"

When Peter resurfaces after being in a plane crash and lost in the wilderness for two months, his family must find a way to bring him back from his animal-like state.

S16, EP11 "Dog Bites Bear"

Stewie and Brian get into a friendship-ending fight after Brian commits a terrible act to one of Stewie's beloved toys; Peter refuses to wash his hand after meeting his favorite breakfast cereal mascot, Boo Berry.

S16, EP3 "Nanny Goats"

The Griffins get a nanny for the kids; Peter and Lois get an opportunity to reconnect.

S2, EP4 "Brian in Love"

Brian comes to the realization that he's in love with Lois after leaving messy stains on the Griffins' carpet.

S2, EP5 "Love Thy Trophy"

The Griffins and their neighbors build an award-winning float, but the trophy disappears; Child Services takes Stewie from the family.

S2, EP6 "Death Is a Bitch"

Death asks Peter to fill in for him while he recovers from a sprained ankle at the Griffins' house. Voices of Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green and Mila Kunis.

S2, EP7 "The King Is Dead"

Peter becomes mad with power during a production of "The King and I," wrenching creative control away from Lois.

S2, EP8 "I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar"

Peter receives sensitivity training at a women's retreat after he tells some tasteless jokes at work.

S2, EP9 "If I'm Dyin' I'm Lyin'"

Peter makes Chris pretend he's dying so that the Make-A-Dream-Come-True Foundation will restore a canceled TV show.

S2, EP10 "Running Mates"

Peter resorts to dirty tricks when he runs against Lois for a position on the school board. Voices of Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein and Seth Green. Guest voices of James Carville and Lee Majors.

S2, EP11 "A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Bucks"

A gallery owner admires Chris' painting and invites the Griffins to New York; Peter envies an old classmate.

S14, EP8 "Brokeback Swanson"

The guys find Joe too difficult to be around when he is trampled by bulls and becomes a quadriplegic; when the husband of the woman Brian is sleeping with returns home, he pretends to be the family's new dog.

S14, EP9 "A Shot in the Dark"

While participating in a newly formed neighborhood watch group, Peter is arrested and charged with a hate crime.

S14, EP10 "Candy, Quahog Marshmallow"

When the guys travel to Korea to retrieve the final episode of an Asian soap that Quagmire starred in, Quagmire is reunited with a former lover; Stewie is concerned that he will be a redhead.

S14, EP11 "The Peanut Butter Kid"

Lois and Peter become crazy show-business parents when Stewie is cast in a peanut butter commercial and starts earning money for the family.

S2, EP12 "Fifteen Minutes of Shame"

After Meg appears on a talk show, the network executives turn the Griffins' stupefying life into a reality series.

S2, EP13 "Road to Rhode Island"

After Stewie is banished from his grandparents' house, Brian takes a trip to retrieve the terrible tyke.

S16, EP6 "The D in Apartment 23"

The Griffins force Brian to move out after he posts an offensive tweet that goes viral.

S16, EP7 "Petey IV"

Vladimir Putin visits Quahog after Peter writes to him about discovering an alternate ending in the Russian version of one of his favorite films; Brian gets a job at a suicide hotline center and attempts romance with a co-worker.

S2, EP14 "Let's Go to the Hop"

Peter infiltrates the high school after it is gripped by a toad-licking craze. Guest voice: Gregg Allman.

S2, EP15 "Dammit Janet"

Stewie develops a crush on a girl at his day-care center, while newly liberated Lois becomes a flight attendant.

S2, EP16 "There's Something About Paulie"

Peter becomes embroiled in the affairs of a mob family after he takes a mobster's nephew to the movies.

S2, EP17 "He's Too Sexy for His Fat"

After undergoing liposuction, a newly lean and handsome Peter goes back for more plastic surgery. Voices of Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green and Mila Kunis.

S2, EP18 "E. Peterbus Unum"

While fighting city hall, Peter declares his property an independent nation-state and makes himself president.

S2, EP19 "The Story on Page 1"

After Meg writes her first article for the school newspaper, Peter replaces her piece with one of his own.

S2, EP20 "Wasted Talent"

Peter and his friends go on a drinking binge to find a winning ticket in a bottle; Lois works Ling too hard for a competition.

S2, EP21 "Fore, Father"

Peter ignores Chris in favor of Cleveland's son, who shows a flair for the game of golf. Voices of Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green and Mila Kunis. Guest voices: Patrick Warburton, Nicole Sullivan and Phil LaMarr.

S16, EP8 "Crimes and Meg's Demeanor"

Meg takes up drinking, which both concerns and delights her father; Brian spies on his neighbors and suspects Principal Shepherd of a crime.

S16, EP1 "Emmy-Winning Episode"

Peter embarks on a campaign to win an Emmy for Family Guy by making the show more like Emmy-winning shows.

S3, EP1 "The Thin White Line"

Brian becomes the top dog at a local police department, where his nose gets him into trouble. Voices of Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green and Mila Kunis. Guest voices: Haley Joel Osment, Patrick Warburton and Leif Garrett.

S3, EP2 "Brian Does Hollywood"

A down-and-out Brian takes a job directing a porno flick to impress the Griffins. Voices of Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green and Mila Kunis. Guest voices: Jenna Jameson, Ron Jeremy and Ray Liotta.

S3, EP3 "Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington"

Peter's company sends him to Washington, D.C., to give a speech on the benefits of smoking cigarettes.

S3, EP4 "One if by Clam, Two if by Sea"

Peter's favorite bar, the Drunken Clam, is turned into a British-style pub after being razed by a hurricane.

S3, EP5 "And the Wiener Is ..."

Peter joins a gun club to compensate for his lack of physical assets; Meg becomes the target of the "cool" gang's wrath.

S3, EP6 "Death Lives"

Peter is inexplicably struck by lightning after he skips out on his anniversary date with Lois in order to play golf with his buddies.

S3, EP7 "Lethal Weapons"

Lois becomes a black belt while working out the aggression she feels toward the tourists who flock to Quahog during autumn.

S3, EP8 "The Kiss Seen 'Round the World"

Meg agrees to kiss her nerdy news partner only to discover that the kiss has been broadcast around the world; Stewie teaches the neighborhood bully a lesson.

S16, EP9 "Don't Be a Dickens at Christmas"

A selfish Peter loses his Christmas spirit and is visited by ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future.

S16, EP13 "V Is for Mystery"

Stewie and Brian are detectives who embark on solving a string of mysterious murders set in Victorian-era London.

S3, EP9 "Mr. Saturday Knight"

Peter joins a traveling Renaissance fair and is forced to defend his family's honor in a duel with the infamous Black Knight.

S3, EP10 "Fish Out of Water"

When Peter puts everything he owns on the line to buy a fishing boat, he must hunt down a famous man-eating fish to recoup his losses.

S3, EP11 "Emission Impossible"

Stewie vows to keep his parents from procreating when they decide to have another baby, and he finally shrinks himself down to microscopic size in order to destroy all of Peter's sperm.

S3, EP12 "To Love and Die in Dixie"

The Griffins enter the witness protection program and relocate to a small Southern town after Chris identifies a convenience-store thief in a police lineup.

S3, EP13 "Screwed the Pooch"

Brian impregnates the Pewterschmidts' dog and then sues for custody of the puppies.

S3, EP14 "Peter Griffin: Husband, Father ... Brother?"

Chris discovers that he has a black ancestor in a genealogy book and embraces African-American culture.

S18, EP15 "Baby Stewie"

Stewie builds a machine that will allow him to remain smart forever, but it transforms him into what he should have always been -- an actual baby.

S18, EP16 "Start Me Up"

Peter's nonstop sweating becomes a liability at his company, so his boss tells him to work from home; Stewie and Chris cause thousands of dollars in damage to an electronics store.

S14, EP4 "Peternormal Activity"

When the guys go to an abandoned asylum to gain inspiration for a new horror movie, they accidentally kill a man who they think is keeping them hostage; annoyed with Brian's perceived pretension, Stewie endeavors to destroy his glasses.

S18, EP17 "Coma Guy"

With a newfound love for rocking out to Van Halen, Peter has a car accident and falls into a coma.

S18, EP18 "Better Off Meg"

When Meg is erroneously reported to have died in a car crash, she goes along with the story to start a new life elsewhere; the Griffins experience a life without Meg.

S18, EP19 "Holly Bibble"

Cooped up in a hotel room due to a big storm, the Griffins pass the time by reimagining three stories from the Bible.

S18, EP20 "Movin' In (Principal Shepherd's Song)"

Principal Shepherd moves in with the Griffins after he is fired for fat-shaming Chris at school, Brian sues Stewie for writing a series of children's books which portray him as an idiot.

S19, EP1 "Stewie's First Word"

Stewie finally says his first word, and it's a swearword; when Lois is shunned by the other moms, she tries to figure out where Stewie could have possibly learned it.

S19, EP2 "The Talented Mr. Stewie"

Stewie breaks up with Rupert after learning that he used to belong to Chris; unable to get over his feelings of betrayal, Stewie decides to take action.

S19, EP3 "Boys & Squirrels"

Peter injures himself and a family of squirrels in a chainsaw accident; Chris and Stewie try to nurse one of the injured rodents back to health; a chiropractor fixes Peter's injury by realigning his spine -- and restoring him to his "true height."

S19, EP4 "CutawayLand"

Peter and Lois accidentally set up a cutaway gag together, which somehow transports them into the cutaway itself.

S14, EP5 "Peter, Chris & Brian"

When Peter goes to his mother's home to retrieve his stash of porn, he finds a "To Peter From Peter" tape that makes him feel like a failure.

S14, EP6 "Peter's Sister"

When Peter's sister, Karen (Kate McKinnon), visits for Thanksgiving, she acts like a bully; Brian and Stewie go on a cleanse.

S14, EP7 "Hot Pocket-Dial"

Quagmire admits that he has feelings for Lois after accidentally calling Peter; Brian tries to fix the situation.

S19, EP5 "La Famiglia Guy"

When Joe asks Peter to be the godfather to his daughter, Peter commits to his mistaken interpretation of the role so much that he becomes a real gangster.

S19, EP6 "Meg's Wedding"

Meg plans her wedding to an unexpected Quahog resident; Peter's arms are torn off, and he is left with tiny hands that have yet to grow back.

S19, EP7 "Wild Wild West"

Lois and Peter are divided by differing views on who the next mayor of Quahog should be; upset at Lois' first choice, Peter seeks out the late Mayor Adam West's cousin, Wild Wild West.

S19, EP8 "Pawtucket Pat"

Brian's new job as a journalist leads him to uncover that Pawtucket Pat, Quahog's hero and brewery founder, took part in racist actions against Native Americans; the town becomes divided on whether or not to remove the statue that commemorates him.

S19, EP9 "The First No L"

When the family fails to help Lois with the Christmas shopping, she walks out on the family and the Griffins must try to save Christmas on their own.

S19, EP10 "Fecal Matters"

When Peter makes it through a bad flu season without getting sick, the hospital asks him to volunteer as a nurse, but he finds himself at a crossroads when his mortal enemy, The Giant Chicken, is admitted; Brian has an identity crisis.

S19, EP11 "Boy's Best Friend"

Brian bonds with the son of his new girlfriend; Peter, Quagmire and Cleveland take a joy ride in Joe's new classic Corvette.

S19, EP12 "And Then There's Fraud"

After attending a baseball game, Peter and Chris are inspired to start a memorabilia business; Stewie tries to combat aging by getting plastic surgery but ends up taking it too far.

S19, EP13 "PeTerminator"

Stewie designs a "Terminator" Peter robot to destroy Lois for trying to feed him broccoli; when things don't go according to plan, Stewie and Brian must go on a Terminator-esque mission to save Stewie's life.

S19, EP14 "The Marrying Kind"

Stewie gets a mail order bride and experiences domestic life; Peter and Chris become addicted to free hotel breakfast buffets.

S19, EP15 "Customer of the Week"

After feeling unappreciated by her family, Lois taps into her villainous side and attempts to win best customer at her favorite coffee shop.

S19, EP16 "Who's Brian Now?"

Brian has a microchip that reveals he had a family before the Griffins; he discovers his original family is rich, and he struggles to enjoy his life with the Griffins as much as he once did.

S19, EP17 "Young Parent Trap"

Lois and Peter are mistaken for young parents by another couple at Stewie's school and are invited to live in a millennial apartment complex, leaving Meg and Chris home alone.

S19, EP18 "Meg Goes to College"

Meg deals with a college admissions scandal; Brian embarks on a fitness journey.

S19, EP19 "Family Cat"

Brian tries to convince the Griffins that their new adopted cat is evil.

S19, EP20 "Tales of Former Sports Glory"

The guys regale each other with stories of youthful athletic accomplishments; Cleveland was a teenage baseball player from Cuba; Quagmire was a bad boy tennis superstar from New York; Peter was an underdog boxer from Philadelphia.

S22, EP15 "Faith No More"

When Brian becomes romantically interested in someone and it inspires him to use Stewie's time machine, strange consequences result from their journey.

S22, EP14 "Fat Actor"

Peter tries to protest Hollywood after learning that Brad Pitt was cast in a biopic about a politician; after Pitt injures himself on set, Peter must act out the role himself.

S22, EP13 "Lifeguard Meg"

Stewie and Brian become overwhelmed after winning a coffee shop; Peter and his friends annoy Meg at her new lifeguard job when they don't follow the pool rules.

S22, EP12 "Take This Job and Love It"

Peter and his friends wonder about what their dream jobs would be; Peter enters a sequence featuring himself as a James Bond-type; Quagmire reflects on his job as an aerobics instructor; Cleveland and Joe take part in a "Lethal Weapon" sequence.

S22, EP11 "Teacher's Heavy Pet"

Lois joins Chris's school as a substitute teacher, launching him into the cool kids club, but only time will tell how long he remains a member.

S22, EP10 "Cabin Pressure"

When the Griffins win a trip to Maine at Peter's company picnic, they decide to invite their friends on the vacation; tensions run high and things soon spiral out of control when the cabin burns down.

S22, EP9 "The Return of The King (Of Queens)"

Lois decides to sell the family's TV to help pay for Christmas presents; Kevin James gets upset over losing Peter as a viewer.

S22, EP8 "Baking Sad"

Meg discovers her tears produce delicious cookies; Peter and the guys launch a male talk show.

S22, EP7 "Snap(ple) Decision"

Winner of a Snapple contest, Lois uses her winnings to take Meg on a tropical vacation; flaunting their wealth, the two are kidnapped; Stewie and Brian undergo "friendship therapy."

S22, EP6 "Boston Stewie"

Stewie tries to civilize his half-brother, Boston Stewie, so that he may be adopted; Meg and Chris start a venture in which people online pay Chris to sit on and smash cupcakes.

S22, EP5 "Baby, It's Cold Inside"

Peter is emasculated when, on their anniversary, he abandons Lois amidst a shark attack; Stewie finds a mini fridge and lives the dorm lifestyle.

S22, EP4 "Old World Harm"

Peter and Lois vacation in Florida, only to discover they've rented a condo in a retirement community; Brian helps Stewie take his first shower.

S22, EP3 "A Stache From the Past"

When Peter loses the Griffins' home in a reverse mortgage, he and Mayor West travel to confront the man advertising the scheme, Tom Selleck; Stewie and Brian open a booth at the flea market, leading to a rivalry with Bruce.

S22, EP2 "Supermarket Pete"

With the brewery under construction, Lois implores Peter to take a new job but grows irate when he begins work at the grocery store; armed with his police stories, Joe and Brian team up to write their own true crime novel.

S22, EP1 "Fertilized Megg"

Meg agrees to be Bruce and Jeffery's surrogate, causing a pregnant Meg to annoy her family; when the couple fails to pick up the baby, the Griffins must take care of their new family member.

S15, EP9 "How the Griffin Stole Christmas"

Peter gets power hungry when he's asked to fill in for a mall Santa; Stewie and Brian decide to crash holiday office parties for free food, fun and women.

S15, EP8 "Carter and Tricia"

When Peter overhears Carter's plan to save money by using toxic chemicals in the brewery's beer cans, he tells a journalist about it; Brian asks for Stewie's help when his driver's license expired.

S15, EP7 "High School English"

The cast re-enacts "The Great Gatsby," "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and "Of Mice and Men."

S15, EP6 "Hot Shots"

Fearing autism, Peter and Lois decide not to vaccinate Stewie, and they encourage the rest of Quahog to follow suit.

S15, EP5 "Chris Has Got a Date, Date, Date, Date, Date"

Taylor Swift agrees to go to the homecoming dance with Chris; Peter decides to become an Uber driver.

S15, EP4 "Inside Family Guy"

Viewers are taken for a behind-the-scenes look at a "Family Guy" production week; Peter is replaced and pitches a new series to Fox Television Group Chairmen and CEO's Dana Walden and Gary Newman.

S15, EP3 "American Gigg-olo"

With the airline pilots on strike, Quagmire decides to become a gigolo to earn money; Brian gets a job at a hardware store for the health insurance.

S15, EP2 "Bookie of the Year"

Brian and Lois try to help Chris manage his anger by encouraging him to take up a sport; Frank Sinatra Jr., Stewie and Brian open an Italian restaurant.

S15, EP1 "The Boys in the Band"

Stewie and Brian form a successful children's band, but when a girl comes between them, the band quickly falls apart; Chris takes a job managing Quagmire's sex life.

S14, EP20 "Road to India"

When Brian falls in love with a tech support worker, he and Stewie travel to India to find her; Lois helps Joe reclaim the spotlight when Peter becomes the center of attention at bingo night.

S14, EP18 "The New Adventures of Old Tom"

Peter is lost in a mall overnight after his family abandons him; to win over a girl, Brian pretends he's a millionaire.

S13, EP7 "Stewie, Chris & Brian's Excellent Adventure"

When Stewie and Brian use the time machine to help Chris learn about history, the three accidentally get stuck in the past.

S13, EP6 "The 2,000-Year-Old-Virgin"

When Peter runs into Jesus at the mall and learns he's still a virgin, he enlists Quagmire and Cleveland to help get him a woman.

S13, EP4 "Brian the Closer"

When Brian's plastic surgery leads him to become a real estate agent, it causes conflict with Quagmire.

S13, EP3 "Baking Bad"

Lois and Peter open a cookie store together, but things get messy when Peter comes up with a scheme to bring in more customers.

S13, EP2 "The Book of Joe"

Peter's efforts to help Joe publish a book go awry when he takes over as author; Brian starts exercising excessively after experiencing a runner's high.

S12, EP21 "Chap Stewie"

Angry Stewie goes back in time to break up Peter and Lois but ends up in a British household.

S12, EP20 "He's Bla-ack!"

Cleveland comes back to town but is forbidden to spend time with Peter when Donna and Lois get into an argument.

S12, EP19 "Meg Stinks!"

Peter brings Meg to college for an interview and introduces her to partying; Brian is prohibited from entering the house when he is sprayed by a skunk.

S12, EP18 "Baby Got Black"

Chris and Jerome's daughter, Pam (Keke Palmer), run away together when Jerome (Kevin Michael Richardson) forbids their relationship.

S12, EP17 "The Most Interesting Man in the World"

After some quality time with Stewie at the park, Peter accidentally takes the wrong baby home; to prove he's a responsible adult, Peter takes a business trip to Chicago and returns as a more intelligent and classy person.

S12, EP16 "Herpe, the Love Sore"

Stewie gets an STD from Brian; Peter and the guys fight for their booth at The Drunken Clam.

S12, EP15 "Secondhand Spoke"

After Peter starts smoking, an advertising executive (Peter Dinklage) asks Peter to be the face of an anti-smoking campaign; Stewie helps Chris with bullies at school.

S12, EP14 "Fresh Heir"

Chris becomes the heir to Carter's fortune but refuses to accept the money; Peter desperately tries to keep the wealth in the family.

S12, EP13 "3 Acts of God"

Peter and the guys go on a quest to ask God to stop interfering with the outcome of football games.

S12, EP12 "Mom's the Word"

After Peter's mother dies, he befriends her longtime pal, Evelyn (Lauren Bacall); Stewie is upset when he comprehends the reality of death.

S12, EP11 "Brian's a Bad Father"

When Brian's son, now a TV star, comes to town, Brian is more focused on landing a job on the show's writing staff than being a good dad; an accidental shooting leads to a conflict between Quagmire and Peter.

S12, EP10 "Grimm Job"

Peter puts his own spin on classic fairytales while telling stories to Stewie.

S12, EP9 "Peter Problems"

Peter tries to get his mojo back with the help of Quagmire and Joe.

S12, EP7 "Into Harmony's Way"

Fame gets to Peter's head when he and Quagmire form a singing/songwriting team.

S12, EP6 "Life of Brian"

When Stewie and Brian travel to the 17th century and come close to altering the course of history, Stewie decides to destroy his time machine.

S12, EP5 "Boopa-dee Bappa-dee"

Peter destroys the family's passports while they're in Italy, forcing them to deal with immigration laws.

S12, EP4 "A Fistful of Meg"

Meg spills her lunch on an unstable new classmate; Peter harasses Brian in the nude.

S12, EP3 "Quagmire's Quagmire"

Quagmire is excited to meet a woman with a sex drive equal to his own, until she kidnaps him to make him her sex slave; a love triangle forms between Stewie, Brian and Stewie's teddy bear.

S12, EP2 "Vestigial Peter"

When everyone seems to love the vestigial twin that is growing out of Peter's neck better than him, Peter decides to have him amputated.

S12, EP1 "Finders Keepers"

Word that Peter believes a restaurant placemat is a treasure map pits the citizens of Quahog against each other as they search for the prize.

S11, EP23 "No Country Club for Old Men"

The Griffins are invited to join a fancy country club, and must adjust to a new lifestyle.

S11, EP22 "Roads to Vegas"

Stewie's time machine malfunctions when he and Brian use it to travel to Las Vegas for a Bette Midler concert.

S11, EP21 "Farmer Guy"

The Griffins move to a farm, where Peter starts a drug business.

S11, EP20 "Save the Clam"

Peter and the guys try to save The Drunken Clam from being closed after the bar's owner dies; Meg gets a job at a funeral home.

S11, EP19 "Total Recall"

When teddy bear Rupert is recalled, Stewie is determined to get his best friend back; when Peter is sick and can't compete in a bowling tournament, Lois fills in for him.

This animated series features the adventures of the Griffin family. Endearingly ignorant Peter and his stay-at-home wife, Lois, reside in Quahog, R.I., and have three kids. Meg, the eldest child, is a social outcast, and teenage Chris is awkward and clueless when it comes to the opposite sex. The youngest, Stewie, is a genius baby who is bent on killing his mother and destroying the world. Brian, the talking dog, keeps Stewie in check while sipping martinis and sorting through his own issues.
Starring: Bryan Cranston, Andrew Goldberg
Original Air Date: Jan 31, 1999
Genres: ComedyTV Series
Rating: TV14
Playback: HD
6 seasons available on demand (56 episodes)
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