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The jokes stretch from here to maternity in the hilariously offensive Family Guy episode you couldn’t see on television! Now legal to own (but just barely), Family Guy: Partial Terms of Endearment is a freakin’ poignant tale of what happens when Lois agrees to become a surrogate mother for an infertile couple against Peter’s wishes. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry… it’s your choice!
It definitely is not worth 10 dollars as it is only a 23 min long episode.
I expected to be rolling on the floor laughing, but compared to every other episode of family guy, this wasn't any funnier.
Fans of the show will enjoy this DVD, but it honestly probably should have all been included on a box set.
Not worth the $10 but if you're a family guy addict like me then this is for you.Published 3 months ago by George
not what i expected...thought it would be more than one episodePublished 4 months ago by william e miller
as usual, Seth Macfarlane did not disappoint! Although I dont really understand why it was banned exactly, but I guess thats why i'm a fan and not network executive or work for the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by kimmykat
There is one 23-minute episode of 'Family Guy' on this dvd. The cover says it is "banned from tv". Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ann Sherry
As a huge fan of Family Guy, I like to have the DVDs as part of my collection. I've watched every episode, but this one never aired so I had to have it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by James Revelli
Its kind of worth the purchase if your looking for a family guy episode that was banned form tv ... but only has just the one episode on it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Brandon J. Rooks
I oght this to help complete my collection of Family Guy DVD box sets, and I wasn't disappointed. It got here quicly and is in great quality. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Andrew Vega