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Family Guy, Volume Seven

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The collection also features an all-star line-up of celebrity guests including Johnny Knoxville ("Jackass"); Bob Barker ("The Price Is Right"); Andy Dick ("The Andy Dick Show"); Sinbad (Jingle All the Way); Chace Crawford ("Gossip Girl"); Seth Rogen (Knocked Up); Frank Sinatra Jr. and Barry Manilow. "Family Guy" Volume Seven features 13 episodes from the hysterical sixth and seventh season in a collectible three-disc set loaded with never-before-seen extras only available on DVD; including UNCENSORED commentary on every episode; 29 deleted scenes; three animatic episodes with optional commentary and several featurettes.

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Like John Waters' shock-value comedies of yore, Family Guy keeps moving the taste-be-damned line. "You laughed at that?" these episodes spanning seasons six and seven challenge viewers. "Okay, then laugh at this!" AIDS, cancer, incest, September 11, and the films of Matthew McConaughey are all grist for the mill. Though it has taken its lumps from the South Park contingent, Family Guy merrily stays true to its absurdist, arbitrary muse. The stories are ludicrous: James Woods steals Peter Griffin's identity; Brian discovers he has a son; Stewie, Brian, and nebbish pharmacist Mort time travel back in time to Hitler's Germany; and Peter discovers Jesus Christ working at a used record store. You got a problem with that? "Go on the Internet and complain," Brian suggests. The pop-culture references are as ever arcane. "That's more of a letdown than Fruit Stripe gum," Peter remarks at one point. And the politically incorrect jokes can be jaw-droppingly wrong, as witness the game show Are You Smarter Than a Hispanic Maid, the flamboyant gay stereotypes flaunted in the episode "Family Gay," and a bit in which hearing-impaired actress Marlee Matlin tries unsuccessfully to connect with Moviefone. And how does a series on Fox get away with the moment when Stewie finds a McCain/Palin campaign button on a Nazi uniform? From Dane Cook to Jay Leno, Family Guy is always up for celebrity bashing, but some are in on the joke. In "Family Gay," Meredith Baxter spoofs her signature women-in-crisis Lifetime movies, and Seth Rogen good-naturedly supplies his own voice when Peter is injected with the Seth Rogen gene that "gives you the appearance of being funny even though you haven't actually done anything funny." And kudos to Andy Dick for his room-clearing cameo in "Tales of a Third Grade Nothing."

Each episode can be viewed as originally televised or uncensored with F-bombs and other crudities unbleeped. Curiously missing in action from "Ocean's Three and a Half" is one of Family Guy's most inspired bits in which Peter's voice is mixed in to the now-infamous Christian Bale rant tape (you can find it on YouTube). Loyal Family Guy viewers are also rewarded with deleted scenes, lively episode commentaries, an entertaining behind-the-scenes look at the episode "Tales of a Third Grade Nothing," featuring Frank Sinatra Jr., and the Family Guy 2008 Comic-Con panel discussion. Family Guy, observes Mr. Sinatra, "is not comedy. It's satire." What it is, still, is way more often than not flat-out funny. --Donald Liebenson


Special Features

Disc 1:
Back to the Woods 22:30
  • Seamless branching
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary by Executive Producers David A. Goodman and Danny Smith, Producer Kara Vallow, Writer Tom Devanney, Director Brian Iles and Actor Seth Green
Play It Again, Brian 22:30
  • Seamless branching
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • CCommentary by Executive Producer David A. Goodman, Executive Producer/Writer Danny Smith, Consulting Producer Tom Devanney, Production Supervisor Charles Song, Director John Holmquist and Actor Seth Green
The Former Life of Brian 22:30
  • Seamless branching
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary by Executive Producers Seth MacFarlane, David A. Goodman and Danny Smith, Director Pete Michels and Actor Mike Henry
Long John Peter 22:30
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary by Executive Producers David A. Goodman and Danny Smith, Consulting Producer Tom Devanney, Co-Producer Kim Fertman, Director Dominic Polcino and Actor Seth Green
Love Blactually 22:30
  • Seamless branching
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary by Executive Producer Danny Smith, Producer Kara Vallow, Animation Producer Shannon Smith, Writer/Actor Mike Henry and Director Cyndi Tang

Disc 2:

I Dream of Jesus 22:30
  • Seamless branching
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary by Executive Producer Danny Smith, Co-Executive Producer/Actor Alec Sulkin, Co-Producer Kim Fertman, Writer Brian Scully and Assistant to Seth MacFarlane Spencer Porter
Road to Germany 22:30
  • Seamless branching
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary by Executive Producers Seth MacFarlane and Chris Sheridan, Writer Patrick Meighan, Director Greg Colton and Composer Walter Murphy
Baby Not On Board 22:30
  • Seamless branching
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary by Executive Producers Chris Sheridan and Danny Smith, Co-Executive Producer/Writer Mark Hentemann, Director Julius Wu and Actor Alex Borstein
The Man with Two Brians 22:30
  • Seamless branching
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary by Executive Producers David A. Goodman and Danny Smith, Co-Executive Producer Alec Sulkin, Writer/Actor John Viener and Director Dominic Bianchi
Tales of a Third Grade Nothing 22:30
  • Seamless branching
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary by Executive Producer Seth MacFarlane, Writer Alex Carter, Director Jerry Langford, Actor Frank Sinatra Jr. and Composer Walter Murphy
Ocean’s Three and a Half 22:30
  • Seamless branching
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary by Executive Producers Chris Sheridan and Danny Smith, Co-Executive Producer Mark Hentemann, Animation Producer Shannon Smith and Writer Cherry Chevapravatdumrong
Disc 3:

Family Gay 22:30
  • Seamless branching
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary by Executive Producers Seth MacFarlane and Danny Smith, Co-Executive Producer Mark Hentemann, Writer Richard Appel and Director Brian Iles
The Juice is Loose! 22:30
  • Uncensored Audio
  • Unrated audio is default. Air version available from SF menu
  • Commentary TBD
Deleted Scenes

Animatics With Commentary


Product Details

  • Actors: Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green, Mila Kunis, Mike Henry
  • Directors: Brian Iles, Cyndi Tang-Loveland, Dominic Bianchi, Greg Colton, James Purdum
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Surround), French (Dolby Surround), Spanish (Dolby Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: June 16, 2009
  • Run Time: 305 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (215 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001VFM0ZG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,585 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Family Guy, Volume Seven" on IMDb

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By darthheavy on January 11, 2010
Format: DVD
As much as I love Family Guy, I still can't understand this volume business. Thirty to forty dollars for 12-13 half hour episodes is not acceptable. Smallville and Battlestar Galactica charge that much for entire seasons composed of 20-22 one hour episodes (for seasons one and three for BSG, anyway, since I still don't understand the 2.0, 2.5, 4.0, and 4.5 crap, but I waited for the price to drop on those as well).

And on top of that, the packaging of previous volumes has been done away with for the cheaper flip box. If a premium price is going to be charged, then I expect premium services.

So my complaint isn't the show, which I still give five stars to, but the price and packaging. I did my usual thing of waiting and waiting and the price eventually came down, but lets be serious. Shouldn't have to do that.
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The content of Family Guy Volume 7 is great stuff, by all means buy it. However, when you receive it, you won't get what's pictured. The DVD no longer comes with the sleeve featuring the Griffins, just the bare-bones case, which doesn't make much sense. I was a little miffed because I bought it as a gift, and the person it was for knew there was a sleeve for the case, so it just made me seem cheap when I gave them a half-assed copy of it.
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In my opinion, Volume #7 of Family Guy contains the series' BEST and FUNNIEST episodes ever written. There are 3 discs, 13 episodes from the 2008-2009 season, with some great special features on Disc #3:

Disc #1: Back to the Woods * Play It Again, Brian * The Former Life of Brian * Long John Peter * Love Blactually

Disc #2: I Dream of Jesus * Road to Germany * Baby Not on Board * The Man With Two Brians * Tales of a 3rd Grade
Nothing * Oceans 3-1/2

#Disc #3: Family Gay * The Juice is Loose! Special Features: Deleted Scenes * 3 Animatic Episodes with Optional Commentary * 4 Featurettes: Take Me Out to pLace Tonight (featuring Frank Sinatra, Jr, Walter Murphy & Seth MacFarlane * Comic-Con 2008--featuring Q&A session with MacFarlane, Seth Green, Mike Henry, Writers, Producers *
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I found a "used copy" on Amazon that was in excellent condition and paid about $5 bucks for it, including shipping. While I love Family Guy, I think the full retail price of the DVDs are horribly overpriced.
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I love this season and i love the surfin' bird episode family guy just gets better and better every season. the best episodes in this season are.

Episodes

1. Back To The Woods
2. Play It Again, Brian
3. The Former Life Of Brian
4. Long John Peter
6. I Dream Of Jesus
7. Road To Germany
8. Baby Not On Board
9. The Man With Two Brians
10. Tales Of A Third Grade Nothing
11. Ocean's Three And A Half
12. Family Gay
13. The Juice Is Loose!

if you have not seen this season then i recommend you do
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Not a bad season of Family Guy. It's good that the show has been able to stay consistent over the years. I know some people have issue with the "cover" that they receive. In my opinion, the slip cover doesn't make or break the set. Still a great volume with some great episodes.
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My husband Loves this show ! This is one of my favorite parts of my prime membership !! my husband works sooooo much its great that we can buy individual episodes and he can watch them anytime !! I don't really watch this show but there are some things that are just hysterical !!
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I love this show!! I wasn't able to view some of the episodes and I bought this and now I can always watch it. Amazon video is great, as soon as you buy it it is available and if you own it, it will always be available. I didn't have to download anything and I was instantly able to watch the show.
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It's Family Guy - you either love it or you don't. I do think the show lost something when Cleveland left to go to his own show though. Maybe they're running out of ideas, maybe they're just tired of the hectic work schedule. There's also a big difference between shows - some shows work really well and are hilarious and others are just... there, probably to fill the season.

I do wish they'd come on Blu-ray, not because they need it, but because _I_ need it. I just get too attached to high definition when I watch it on cable.
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