Family Guy 12 Seasons 2006

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Season 5
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1. Stewie Loves Lois TV-14 CC

After Lois saves his beloved teddy bear, Rupert, Stewie starts to think that maybe he shouldn't kill his dear old mom and clings to her like a baby blanket.

Starring:
Mila Kunis, David Boat
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
September 10, 2006

Stewie Loves Lois

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Season 5
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    1. Stewie Loves Lois After Lois saves his beloved teddy bear, Rupert, Stewie starts to think that maybe he shouldn't kill his dear old mom and clings to her like a baby blanket.

    TV-14 22min September 10, 2006
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    2. Mother Tucker When Peter's mother announces that she is getting a divorce, Peter feels abandoned until he finds a father figure in his mom's new boyfriend, Quahog's resident anchor man, Tom Tucker.

    TV-14 22min September 17, 2006
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    3. Hell Comes to Quahog After Peter buys a military tank with Meg's money, her car fund goes out the window and she's forced to get a job at the newly built Superstore in town.

    TV-14 22min September 24, 2006
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    4. Saving Private Brian After Chris is approached by an Army recruiter, Brian goes to the headquarters to give him a piece of his mind, but Stewie tags along and gets them both enlisted in boot camp.

    TV-14 22min November 5, 2006
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    5. Whistle While Your Wife Works When Peter hurts his hand and his boss Angela (guest voice Carrie Fisher) tells him he needs to pick up the pace, Lois goes to the brewery and helps him play catch-up.

    TV-14 22min November 12, 2006
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    6. Prick Up Your Ears When Lois discovers that Chris has some bad information about sex, she volunteers to teach a sex-ed class at the high school.

    TV-14 22min November 20, 2006
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    7. Chick Cancer Stewie ties the knot with his old friend and fading child actress Olivia, but their relationship quickly turns into a traditional marriage filled with resentment and bickering, which comes to an ugly head when they join Brian and Jillian (Drew Barrymore) on a double date.

    TV-14 22min November 26, 2006
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    8. Barely Legal When Meg can't find a date to her junior prom, Brian gets suckered into going with her, even though he is dating Jillian (Drew Barrymore).

    TV-14 22min December 17, 2006
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    9. Road to Rupert When the family has a garage sale, Brian accidentally sells Stewie's beloved teddy bear Rupert. Stewie is so distraught that Brian takes him on a cross-country road trip to Aspen, CO.

    TV-14 22min January 28, 2007
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    10. Peter's Two Dads After Peter's dad, Francis, dies, he finds out from Thelma that his real father lives in Ireland.

    TV-14 22min February 11, 2007
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    11. The Tan Aquatic with Steve Zissou When a bully begins to harass Chris, Peter goes to his defense, but the kid is so annoying that Peter beats him up. This is so satisfying that Peter realizes bullying is fun and begins to bully everyone in the house.

    TV-14 22min February 18, 2007
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    12. Airport '07 Peter takes Quagmire to the airport for work and messes things up, causing Quagmire to lose his job as a pilot.

    TV-14 22min March 4, 2007
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    13. Bill and Peter's Bogus Journey After Peter helps Bill Clinton out with a flat tire, they become fast friends. They begin spending a lot of time together and Lois starts to think Bill is a bad influence.

    TV-14 22min March 11, 2007
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    14. No Meals On Wheels When the Griffin family decides to start a restaurant, they have a hard time attracting customers. But after Joe promises to help, Peter is excited that it might become a cop hangout.

    TV-14 22min March 25, 2007
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    15. Boys Do Cry The family heads to church when Lois gets a gig as the organist, but after Stewie gets sick the congregation is convinced he's possessed by the devil.

    TV-14 22min April 29, 2007
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    16. No Chris Left Behind When Chris gets expelled from school, the family enrolls him in a snooty boarding school Mr. Pewterschmidt attended, but Chris doesn't exactly fit in.

    TV-14 22min May 6, 2007
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    17. It Takes A Village Idiot, And I Married One When Lois runs for mayor of Quahog, she isn't the front-runner until she "dumbs down" her political views.

    TV-14 22min May 13, 2007
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    18. Meet The Quagmires Death grants Peter's wish of going back in time to be 18 again just for one night so that he can sow his wild oats.

    TV-14 22min May 20, 2007

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Mike Kim, Pete Michels, Peter Shin
Starring Mila Kunis, David Boat
Supporting actors Seth Green, Mila Kunis, Lori Alan, Ellen Albertini Dow, David Boat, Alexandra Breckenridge, Mike Henry, Phil LaMarr, Kevin Michael Richardson, Anne-Michelle Seiler, Danny Smith, Alec Sulkin, John Viener, Patrick Warburton, Adam West
Season year 2007
Network FOX
Executive Producer Alex Borstein
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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83 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Paul W. May on October 16, 2008
Format: DVD
I always wanted to know what episodes I was looking to buy, so here. Hope this helps.

Stewie Loves Lois - Lois saves Rupert and Peter gets a prostate exam.

Mother Tucker - Peter's mom starts dating TV's Tom Tucker.

Hell Comes to Quahog - Meg gets a job at a store just like "Wal-Mart."

Saving Private Brian - Stewie and Brian join the Army.

Whistle While Your Wife Works - Lois has to help an injured Peter at work. This is also the first episode with Jillian.

Prick Up Your Ears - Lois teaches sex ed at Meg's school.

Chick Cancer - Peter makes a chick-flick. Stewie and Olivia reunite.

Barely Legal - Meg falls for Brian. Peter, Quagmire, and Cleveland become policemen.

Road to Rupert - Brian and Stewie go to Aspen to save Rupert. Meg becomes Peter's personal driver.

Peter's Two Dads - Peter accidentally kills his "father" and learns that his REAL father is an Irish drunk.

The Tan Aquatic with Steve Zissou - Stewie gets his tan on. Peter becomes a bully.

Airport '07 - Peter gets Quagmire fired, so he must get him rehired.

Bill and Peter's Bogus Journey - Peter and Bill Clinton partake in shenanigans. Lois has a "meeting" with Clinton.

All good episodes, especially Whistle While Your Wife Works, Peter's Two Dad's, Tan Aquatic..., and Bill and Peter's Bogus Journey. Enjoy.
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70 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Ross A. Miller on November 12, 2007
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This review wil not be helpful to other readers, but I just wanted to voice my displeasure with the repeated release of half seasons. This is an unacceptable format and is just one little screw you that the target audience of the show (college age - 35 year old males) will put up with for awhile. This will and has inspired resentment in friends of mine and has caused them to view recent seasons more harshly. This is still a great show, but when half a season costs $39.99, the listed price, that means the price of a full season would be 80$. With other shows, such as the simpsons, selling COMPLETE seasons for 20$ it makes it dificult to shell out cash for another half season of Family Guy. The goodwill the show has built up with its hilarity won't last much longer when it continually screws its fans. Either release full seasons or sell the half seasons at $20 or less.

In summary buy this DVD if you love Family Guy, which I do, but beware that your only getting half a season. You may want to buy some Simpsons seasons instead and get twice the length of entertainment.
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80 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Mattphoto on November 7, 2007
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Buying half a season for what you would pay for a full season of any other show just encourages the jackasses who put this together to do it again. Wait until the price drops then buy.
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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful By N. Cassidy on September 20, 2007
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I think the show is still quite funny, and almost all of the episodes in this set are worth having, but come on. Thirteen episodes for $40? That's absurd. Especially for a show that owes its resurrection to supporting fans and DVD sales. This is a spit in the face. They should be selling 4 discs for the price of two, not the other way around. They should be making Dane Cook look like Kurt Cobain as far as fan appreciation goes. They shouldn't be selling a three-disc set (that should, by all rights be a two-disc set, as the third is entirely special features that would've fit onto the other two quite easily, thus saving the packaging fees) for an outrageous sum. This is another egregious misstep after the "movie" debacle, in which they strung three episodes together, tossed a few curse words in, and marketed it as an uncensored, saturnalian romp. It's ridiculous and unfair.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Francisco Javier Nunez on November 14, 2007
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Family Guy Vol. 5 is as hilarious as ever but what's certainly not funny is the price. For a retail price of $39.99 you get just 13 22-minute episodes making it a not-so-good deal. Sure quality is more than quantity, but quantity still counts. Regardless this volume contains some very funny episodes but you may want to the consider the overpricing before you buy it.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Juicy Melon on October 18, 2007
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I was a huge fan of Family Guy and I was until recently. I have my reasons, but here we go:

Since Family Guy came back, the jokes have been horrible. The episode where Peter's dad dies is just awful. That was fine, I can deal with some subpar episodes, but how much is this DVD for that amount of episodes?

Eric Cartman was right. Family Guy must be stopped. Wait...Lets just place the blame on Fox. They cancelled 3 great shows in their prime...Arrested Development, Futurama, and Family Guy. Plus they charge up these DVDs...Fox is just a horribly run network.
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28 of 35 people found the following review helpful By SF RAGE on September 17, 2007
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Shame! The makers of "Family Guy" have a huge debt to their fan base. Who saved their butts when the show was cancelled? The very people they're now gouging with the shameful product division. You owe us, you Fox ingrates! I don't know if it's Seth and his buds or the money-hungry leeches that run Fox or the subsidiary video release company who's responsible for this, but remember, what goes up (Family Guy's popularity) certainly must come down. Along with the less and less funny material you're slinging over the airwaves, this scrimping of episode releases stunt could certainly be the bell tolling for your fall. If this is how you're willing to treat the people who made you rich and famous, then it couldn't happen to more deserving folks.

Shame!
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