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Volumes 7 and 8 of the Family Guy DVD series were disappointments for me. The quality of the episodes declined so significantly I almost gave up on the show. The series righted itself, however, with Volume 9; in fact, it is my favorite Family Guy Volume except for maybe Volume 6 with its brilliant "Stewie Kills Lois"/"Lois Kills Stewie" two-parter. Almost every episode is excellent save for "April in Quahog" which I think is rather weak. It also has many laugh-out-loud moments. The scenes where Stewie gets punched (once by Brian and another time by Peter) are hilarious. When I first saw the title "Class Holes," I think I laughed for a full minute. The double-length season nine debut "And Then There Were Fewer" is one of the best FG episodes ever. I also like the episode where Meg finally gets her revenge on those who've demeaned her (which is, pretty much, every character on the show).
"Business Guy"--Peter throws father-in-law Mr. Pewterschmidt a belated bachelor party which causes him to have a heart attack and slip into a coma. Peter takes over the Pewterschmidt company with predictable results. When Mr. Pewterschmidt recovers, Peter will not relinquish his position. The swamp monster/Scooby-Doo ending was lame, but it is still a good episode. Peter to the intercom: "Peggy, that fart I had at three, can you push that up to now?"
"Big Man On Hippocampus"--The Griffins are on Family Feud and Peter is knocked out by Richard Dawson (it was bound to happen) and develops amnesia. He has to be re-taught everything and, when Lois teaches him how to make love, he decides he can do it with anyone he wants. When Lois leaves the unfaithful Peter, Quagmire tries to move in.
"Dial Meg For Murder"--Brian is writing an article on the average teenage girl for Teen People and follows Meg around and discovers she is dating a convict. When she hides her boyfriend from the cops after he escapes, she goes to jail herself and returns a bada$$: "I'm home, you're all my b!#@#es now."
"Extra Large Medium"--Stewie and Chris get lost in the woods and a psychic gives Lois comfort they will be found (curiously, she never specified "alive," but Lois takes the prediction in a positive way). Lois then depends on the psychic and Brian tries to convince her the medium is a fake, but nothing convinces Lois more than when Peter decides he has psychic powers. Meanwhile, Chris tries to date a girl with Downs Syndrome who bosses him around. She is terrible, but the ending is hilarious.
"Go, Stewie, Go"--Stewie wants to be in his favorite kid's television show "Jolly Farm," but to get a part he needs to pretend he is a girl. He then falls in love with his female co-star. Meanwhile, Lois is getting tired of Peter putting her down and desires Meg's compliment-throwing boyfriend.
Not happy that it took Fox a year and a half to release this December 2011 when Volume 8 was released June 2010. Why did it take so long? Only positive, they did NOT release it Christmas week.
The 2010 & 2011 shows have NOT been as funny as past episodes. Controversial episodes, normal for the show.
Milestone. The 150th episode is here. And, I did NOT care for it when it first aired. Disgusting, out of line, NOT FUNNY bits between Brian & Stewie in the bank vault. Just did NOT work.
Shows are uncut here. Disc 3 the 3 episodes are widescreen. So, WHY NOT ALL THE EPISODES WIDESCREEN?
Normal extras in the package.
Now, the DVD packaging. Has one of those card board slip covers THEN HAS ONE OF THOSE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE PLASTIC CASES WITH THE INTENTIONAL HOLES IN THEM.
Extras says it has 1 episode of the Cleveland Show.
Good, but not great. Just need to get the shows back up to normal funny.
Family guy is a all time favorite. You alway get what you paid for thie this show. If you had a rough day, just come home and pop in one of these dvd's and you will forget all about how rough your day was.
I'm a huge fan of Family Guy, so yes I was pleased with Vol.9 and can't wait for Vol. 10. I started my collection a few years ago with Vol. 6, and have been getting the new ones ever since, I recently starting purchasing the previous ones as well, so that I will obtain the entire collection. Family Guy is one of those shows that I can watch over and over.
Fantastic DVD set!!!! I would recommend this product to anyone. Lots of laughs throughout the 3 DVDs. Well worth the money. Family guy is number 1 and has been for a long time.