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Family Guy: Volume 12

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Family Guy reaches new heights of hilarity in this outrageous collection of 22 uncensored episodes, including fan-favorite "Into Fat Air," where the Griffins rock Mount Everest, plus the comedy jackpot "Roads to Vegas" and the milestone 200th episode "Yug Ylimaf," in which Brian and Stewie develop a curious case of reverse aging thanks to a time machine foul-up. It's a complete season of laughs with celebrity guest voices Johnny Depp, Jon Hamm, Sofia Vergara and more!

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Box set, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: December 17, 2013
  • Run Time: 485 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00FR81Z40
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,114 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By JOHN B. LEROY on November 8, 2013
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This is incredible. Volume 11, which included the entirety of Season 10 (all 23 episodes from 2011-12; and without censored dialogue, either) just came out in September of this year (2013). Now Fox continues to exceed expectations by turning out yet another full season, Season 11 (with the 22 episodes shown 2012-13), just three months later! After many years of their bizarre tradition of putting the last half of one season and the first half of the next season into the same set, and never having a logical system for releasing the "seasons" or partial-"seasons" in a timely manner, and sometimes only releasing a partial season at full price, they are now making up for a decade of frustration by twice in a row--TWICE!--putting out complete seasons in the same box. The price is no higher than the incomplete volumes they used to give us, and it's almost a certainty that Amazon will give you a nice price break if you pre-order. The last volume, for example (DVD Volume 11, Season 10) was also priced around $35 in June, but then it very temporarily dipped down to $19.99 just before it's release in September, so that lower price was locked in for me and that's what I ended up paying.
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This is a great season. seth McFarlane has done it again. family guy is awesome and in this season they get up to 200th episode and that episode is the best. here are the best episodes of this season

1. Into Fat Air
2. Ratings Guy
3. The Old Man And The Big C
4. Yug Ylimaf(200th episode)
5. Joe's Revenge
6. Lois Comes Out Of Her Shell
7. Friends Without Benefits
9. Space Cadet
10. Brian's Play
11. The Giggity Wife
12. Valentine's Day In Quahog
13. Chris Cross
14. Call Girl
15. Turban Cowboy
16. 12 And A Half Angry Men
17. Bigfat
19. Save The Clam
20. Farmer Guy
21. Roads To Vegas
if you have not seen this season then I recommend you do
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This is pretty standard fare for what Family Guy has been the last few years. I would not say it is necessarily as edgy or funny consistently as it was in the first few seasons (although it does have its moments). One thing you do get with the DVD version is the uncensored dialog that either is changed or bleeped out on the broadcast version. As has pretty much always been the case there is no subject that is too taboo for the show. They joke about everything. Some work and some do not, but that has pretty much always been the case with the show. It does lean heavily on the Stewie-Brian buddy episodes. The main one this season is the two of them traveling to Vegas. The big highlight of the season is the fact that the show made it to 200 episodes, and the actual episode has time reversed so we see many of the famous moments from throughout the series occurring in reverse.

For extras there are deleted scenes for every episode, animatics for a couple of the episodes, the comic-con panel leading into the season, a featurette on the 200th episode, and the table read for the 200th episode. Not a ton of material, but good for what is there.

Ultimately the show is not right for everyone. It has a distinct brand of humor that you will either like or not. Also, it is entirely possible to feel the show is running out of steam and becoming repetitive. If you have been in that camp for the prior seasons this one is not really going to get rid of that feeling. That said, if you are a die hard fan of the show there are certainly entertaining moments. If you love the show and/or collect the DVDs I think the DVD sets are worth picking up. If you are more lukewarm to the show and do not really care about the extras then you may just want to stream it.
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Can Seth McFarlane can write a bad episode of Family Guy? Judging from the episodes in this collection the answer appears to be an emphatic NO.

There seems (subjectively) to be a greater number of deleted scenes (in some episodes) than in previous collections.

It's hard to pick favorites, but if I had to, I'd say that Yug Yilmaf and Space Camp particularly shine.
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Just so you know...I believe this is season 11 so don't let that throw you as the package says "Volume 12". I know because I also own the complete Season 12 three-disc set which includes the sad story about Brian's death (Life of Brian) . Ok, with that said, this Volume 12 three-disc set's main highlight is the "milestone 200th episode" about Stewie's time machine going into a meltdown after Brian's haphazard attempt to "erase the mileage" of his bar-girl adventures, backfires.

The best highlights of this particular DVD set: the Mike Damone gag, Herbert the Pervert (yep I still call him that!) makes a reference to a well-known ED drug, Quagmire, the biggest womanizer on Spooner Street accidentally (exactly how do you do that?) marries a prostitute, the Griffins get involved with a drug lab when they're down on the farm, and Brian tries to undercut Stewie's writing ability. Fifteen (give or take a few, who's counting, right?) years later, they are still standing the test of time, if anyone else thinks they are "jumping the shark" for any reason.

My favorite parts from this series: Meg blackmails Chris when she catches him stealing money. It was obvious to me at the time, Meg has unresolved issues and just wanted to lash out at her brother (OK, that's how I felt) Brian (at first, anyway) doesn't get what Stewie sees in the music of Anne Murray...I have always felt the same way as Brian, her music always struck me as pallid and boring. I'm glad that the truth was told. Meg is hung up on a gag student at school. She is so crushed when her crush drops the bomb. That part I did not get. It sucks a lot less to be turned down by a sincere gay guy than a straight guy who can only come off as ambiguous about why you are not "his type"...
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