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The Family Guy: Volume One (Seasons 1-2)
The Family Guy: Volume One (Seasons 1-2)
Meet the Griffins: Peter, the big, lovable oaf who always says what’s on his mind. Lois, the doting mother who can’t figure out why her baby son keeps trying to kill her. Their daughter Meg, the teen drama queen who’s constantly embarrassed by her family. Chris, the beefy 13-year-old who wouldn’t hurt a fly, unless it landed on his hot dog. Stewie, the maniacal one-year-old bent on world domination. And Brian, the sarcastic dog with a wit as dry as the martinis he drinks. The animated adventures of his outrageous family will have your whole family laughing out loud.

To the ranks of shows too brilliant and outrageous for prime time (The Ben Stiller Show, Andy Richter Controls the Universe), add Seth McFarlane's Family Guy. This animated series, which debuted after the 1999 Super Bowl, simply sparked too much controversy and offended too many sensibilities to survive (Entertainment Weekly dubbed it "the Awful Show They Just Keep Putting on the Air"). That the Fox network also played hackysack with its schedule, ensuring viewers would not be able to find it, sealed its fate (it was cancelled in 2002). This boxed set containing all 28 episodes from the first two seasons is payback for the show's devoted cult following, who may be moved to echo the words of infant Stewie Griffin, the megalomaniacal 1-year-old bent on matricide and world domination: "Victory is mine!"
The dysfunctional Griffins of Quahog, Rhode Island, invite comparisons to The Simpsons. The testicular-chinned father, Peter Griffin, is a clueless oaf in the Homer mold. "Peter, what did you promise me last night?" asks his long-suffering wife Lois in one episode. "That I wouldn't drink at the stag party," he replies. "And what did you do?" she asks. "Drank at the stag part--oh ho ho, I almost walked into that one," he cackles. Other family members include teenage daughter Meg, a desperate high school social pariah; 13-year-old son Chris, a chip off his father's blockhead; and Brian, the family's sarcastic talking dog. But this series' true inspiration is football-pated Stewie (voiced by McFarlane, who earned an Emmy), who was born to be a Bond villain once he escaped his mother's "ovarian bastille." Family Guy recklessly ventured where The Simpsons feared to tread. In one episode, Meg's one and only friend turns out to be the member of a suicidal cult. In another, Death (voiced by Norm McDonald) becomes an unwanted houseguest. Each episode plays fast and furious with surreal flashes (in one episode, Peter turns his house into a puppet) and pop-culture references and TV, movie, and commercial parodies that invite repeated viewings. Freed from its own family-hour bastille and the whims of dim network executives, Family Guy can be appreciated at last on its own profane, sacrilegious, and irreverent terms. Welcome to the DVD family, Griffins. --Donald Liebenson

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Family Guy, Vol. 7
Audio: English: 5.1 Dolby Surround
Language: Dubbed: English / Subtitled: English, French & Spanish
Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen: 1.33:1

Disc 1:

Back to the Woods 22:30

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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

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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

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Commentary by Executive Producers Seth MacFarlane, David A. Goodman and Danny Smith, Director Pete Michels and Actor Mike Henry

Long John Peter 22:30

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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

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Commentary by Executive Producer Danny Smith, Producer Kara Vallow, Animation Producer Shannon Smith, Writer/Actor Mike Henry and Director Cyndi Tang

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I Dream of Jesus 22:30

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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

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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

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The Man with Two Brians 22:30

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Tales of a Third Grade Nothing 22:30

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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

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Family Gay 22:30

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The Juice is Loose! 22:30

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Deleted Scenes:

Ep 602 What Happened to You?
Ep 602 Herpes
Ep 603 World of Books
Ep 604 Big Tease
Ep 604 Good Night
Ep 604 Where to?
Ep 606 The Birds and the Bees
Ep 606 Never Sleep with Peter Griffin
Ep 606 Tears
Ep 607 Quagmire’s Calls
Ep 607 To the Grand Canyon
Ep 608 Time Machine
Ep 608 Beyond Inappropriate
Ep 609 Brian’s MySpace
Ep 609 Downer
Ep 610 You Hate Entourage?
Ep 610 I Earned the Money
Ep 610 This Club is Dead
Ep 610 Pope Poop
Ep 610 Working as a Sheep Dog
Ep 611 Loud and Confusing
Ep 611 Crisscross
Ep 611 You are My Best Friend
Ep 611 This Isn’t Going to Work
Ep 611 Fabulous Dustin
Ep 611 Scale Model
Ep 612 Don?t Flatter Yourself
Ep 612 Hispanic Book Report
Ep 612 Freezer Fort

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6ACX03 Love Blactually
6ACX06 Long John Peter
6ACX09 The Man with Two Brians
Take Me Out to pLace Tonight
Family Guy CRIBZ
Comic-Con 2008
Family Guy Art Show

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


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