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Family Guy is an adult animated sitcom, created by Seth MacFarlane, that aired on FOX on January 31, 1999.

PlotEdit

Family Guy usually revolves around the adventures of Peter Griffin, a bumbling but well-intentioned blue-collar worker. His wife Lois is generally a stay-at-home mother and piano teacher. Peter and Lois have three children: teenage daughter Meg, who is frequently the butt of Peter's jokes due to her homeliness and lack of popularity; teenage son Chris, who is overweight, unintelligent and, in many respects, a younger version of his father; and son Stewie, a diabolical infant of ambiguous sexual orientation who has adult mannerisms and speaks fluently with what some consider an upper-class affected English accent and stereotypical archvillain phrases. Living with the family is Brian, the family dog, who is highly anthropomorphized, walks on two legs, drinks Martinis, smokes cigarettes and engages in human conversation, though he is still considered a pet in many respects.

CastEdit

  • Seth MacFarlane as Peter Griffin/Stewie Griffi/Brian Griffin/Glenn Quagmire/Tom Tucker/Carter Pewterschmidt/Elmer Hartman/Seamus Levine/Kevin Swanson/God/Jesus Christ/Jake Tucker/Ida Davis/Vern
  • Alex Borstein as Lois Griffin/Babs Pewterschmidt/Loretta Brown/Tricia Takanawa/Helen Schlotz
  • Mila Kunis as Meg Griffin
  • Seth Green as Chris Griffin/Neil Goldman
  • Mike Henry as Cleveland Brown/Rallo Tubbs/Bruce/Jeffrey/Consuela/John Herbert the Pervert/Greased Up Deaf Guy/Fouad
  • Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson
  • Tony Sirico as Vinny Griffin/Lou Spinazola
  • Jennifer Tilly as Bonnie Swanson
  • Patrick Stewart as Susie Swanson
  • Sanaa Lathan as Donna Tubbs-Brown
  • Kevin Michael Richardson as Cleveland Junior/Jerome
  • Reagan Gomez-Peterson as Roberta Tubbs
  • John G. Brennan as Mort Goldman/Horace
  • Nichole Sullivan as Muriel Goldman
  • Lori Alan as Diane Simmons
  • Christine Lakin as Joyce Kinney
  • Phil LaMarr as Ollie Williams/Judge Dignified Q. Blackman
  • Butch Hartman as Mr. Jonathan Weed
  • Carrie Fisher as Angela
  • Bryan Cranston as Bert
  • Niecy Nash as Sheila
  • Mark Hentemenn as Opie
  • Marlee Matlin as Stella
  • Adam West as Mayor Adam West
  • Julia Hagerty as Carol West
  • Adam Carolla as Death
  • Gary Cole as Principal Shepherd
  • Lisa Wilhoit as Connie D'amico
  • Martha Maclsacc as Patty
  • Natasha Melnick as Ruth Cochamer
  • Christina Milian as Esther
  • Robert Wu as Mr. Washee Washee
  • Drew Barrymore as Jillian Russel-Wilcox
  • Casey Wilson as Jess Griffin

EpisodesEdit

Season 1Edit

No. Title Writers Original air date
1 "Death Has a Shadow" Seth MacFarlane January 31, 1999
2 "I Never Met the Dead Man" Chris Sheridan April 11, 1999
3 "Mind Over Murder" Neil Goldman & Garrett Donovan April 25, 1999
4 "Chitty Chitty Death Bang" Danny Smith April 18, 1999
5 "A Hero Sits Next Door" Mike Barker & Matt Weitzman May 22, 1999
6 "The Son Also Draws" Ricky Blitt May 9, 1999
7 "Brian Griffin: Portrait of a Dog" Gary Janetti May 16, 1999
8 "Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater" Chris Sheridan September 23, 1999
9 "Holy Crap" Danny Smith September 30, 1999
10 "Da Boom" Neil Goldman & Garret Donovan December 26, 1999

Season 2Edit

No. Title Writers Original air date
11 "Brian in Love" Gary Janetti March 7, 2000
12 "Love Thy Trophy" Mike Barker & Matt Weitzman March 14, 2000
13 "Death is a Bitch" Ricky Blitt March 21, 2000
14 "The King is Dead" Craig Hoffman March 28, 2000
15 "I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar" Chris Sheridan March 28, 2000
16 "If I'm Dyin, I'm Lyin'" Chris Sheridan April 4, 2000
17 "Running Mates" Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman April 11, 2000
18 "A Picture's Worth $1,000" Craig Hoffman April 18, 2000
19 "Fifteen Minutes of Shame" Steve Callaghan April 25, 1000
20 "Road to Rhode Island" Gary Janetti May 30, 2000
21 "Let's Go to the Hop" Mike Barker & Matt Weitzman June 6, 2000
22 "Dammit Janet" Mike Barber & Matt Weitzman June 13, 2000
23 "There's Something About Paulie" Ricky Blitt June 27, 2000
24 "He's Too Sexy For His Fat" Chris Sheridan June 27, 2000
25 "E. Peterbus Unum" Neil Goldman & Garret Donovan July 12, 2000
26 "The Story On Page One" Craig Hoffman July 18, 2000
27 "Wasted Talent" Dave Collard & Ken Goin July 25, 2000
28 "Fore Father" Bobby Bowman August 1, 2000

Season 3Edit

No. Title Writers Original air date
29 "The Thin White Line" Steve Callaghan July 11, 2001
30 "Brian Does Hollywood" Gary Janetti July 18, 2001
31 "Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington" Ricky Blitt July 25, 2001
32 "One if by Clam, Two if by Sea" Jim Bernstein & Michael Shipley August 1, 2001
33 "And the Weiner Is ..." Mike Barker & Matt Weitzman August 8, 2001
34 "Death Lives" Mike Henry August 15, 2001
35 "Lethal Weapons" Chris Sheridan August 22, 2001
36 "The Kiss Seen Around the World" Mark Hentemenn August 29, 2001
37 "Mr. Saturday Knight" Steve Callaghan September 5, 2001
38 "A Fish Out of Water" Alex Borstein & Mike Henry September 19, 2001
39 "Missionary Impossible" Dave Collard & Ken Goin November 8, 2001
40 "To Love and Die in Dixie" Steve Callaghan November 15, 2001
41 "Screwed the Pooch" Dave Collard & Ken Goin November 29, 2001
42 "Peter Griffin: Husband, Father, ... Brother?" Mike Barker & Matt Weitzman December 6, 2001
43 "Ready, Willing, & Disabled" Alex Barnow & Marc Firek December 20, 2001
44 "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas" Danny Smith December 21, 2001
45 "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows" Allison Alder December 28, 2001
46 "From Method to Madness" Mike Barker & Matt Weitzman January 24, 2002
47 "Stuck Together, Torn Apart" Mark Hentemann January 31, 2002
48 "Road to Europe" Mark Hentemann February 7, 2002
49 "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein" Ricky Blitt December 10, 2004
50 "Family Guy Viewer Mail #1" Seth MacFarlane February 14, 2002

Season 4Edit

No. Title Writers Original air date
51 "North by North Quahog" Seth MacFarlane May 1, 2005
52 "Fast Times at Buddy Cianci Jr. High" Ken Goin May 8, 2005
53 "Blind Ambition" Steve Callaghan May 15, 2005
54 "Don't Make Me Over" Gene Laufenberg June 5, 2005
55 "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire" Mike Henry & Patrick Henry June 12, 2005
56 "Petarded" Alec Sulkin & Wellesley Wild June 19, 2005
57 "Brian the Bachelor" Mark Hentemenn June 26, 2005
58 "8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Daughter" Patrick Meighan July 10, 2005
59 "Breaking Out is Hard to Do" Tom Devanney July 17, 2005
60 "Model Misbehavior" Steve Callaghan July 14, 2005
61 "Peter's Got Woods" Danny Smith September 11, 2005
62 "Perfect Castaway" John Veiner September 18, 2005
63 "Jungle Love" Mark Hentemann September 25, 2005
64 "PTV" Alec Sulkin & Wellesley Wild November 6, 2006
65 "Brian Goes Back to College" Matt Fleckenstein November 13, 2005
66 "The Courtship of Stewie's Father" Kirker Butler November 20, 2005
67 "The Fat Guy Strangler" Chris Sheridan November 27, 2005
68 "The Father, The Son, and The Holy Fonz" Danny Smith December 18, 2005
69 "Brian Sings and Swings" Michael Rowe January 8, 2006
70 "Patriot Games" Mike Henry January 29, 2006
71 "I Take Thee Quagmire" Tom Maxwell, Don Woodard, & Steve Callaghan March 12, 2006
72 "Sibling Rivalry" Cherry Chevapravatdumrong March 26, 2006
73 "Deep Throats" Alex Borstein April 9, 2006
74 "Peterotica" Patrick Meighan April 23, 2006
75 "You May Now Kiss the ... Uh ... Guy Who Recieves" David A. Goodman April 30, 2006
76 "Petergeist" Alec Sulkin & Wellesley Wild May 7, 2006
77 "The Griffin Family History" John Veiner May 14, 2006
78 "Stewie B. Goode" Gary Janetti & Chris Sheridan May 21, 2006
79 "Bango Was His Name, Oh!" Alex Borstein May 21, 2006
80 "Stu & Stewie's Excellent Adventure" Steve Callaghan May 21, 2006

Season 5Edit

No. Title Writers Original air date
81 "Stewie Loves Lois" Mark Hentemann September 10, 2006
82 "Mother Tucker" Tom Devanney September 17, 2006
83 "Hell Comes to Quahog" Kirker Butler September 24, 2006
84 "Saving Private Brian" Cherry Chevapravatdumrong November 5, 2006
85 "Whistle While Your Wife Works" Steve Callaghan November 12, 2006
86 "Prick Up Your Ears" Cherry Chevapravatdumrong November 19, 2006
87 "Chick Cancer" Alec Sulkin & Wellesley Wild November 26, 2006
88 "Barely Legal" Kirker Butler December 17, 2006
89 "Road to Rupert" Patrick Meighan January 28, 2007
90 "Peter's Two Dads" Danny Smith February 11, 2007
91 "The Tan Aquatic With Steve Zissou" Mark Hentemann February 18, 2007
92 "Airport '07" Tom Devanney March 4, 2007
93 "Bill & Peter's Bogus Journey" Steve Callaghan March 11, 2007
94 "No Meals On Wheels" Mike Henry March 25, 2007
95 "Boys Do Cry" Cherry Chevapravatdumrong April 29, 2007
96 "No Chris Left Behind" Patrick Meighan May 6, 2007
97 "It Takes a Village Idiot and I Married One" Alex Borstein May 13, 2007
98 "Meet the Quagmires" Mark Hentemann May 20, 2007

Season 6Edit

No. Title Writers Original air date
99 "Blue Harvest" Alec Sulkin September 23, 2007
100 "Movin' Out (Brian's Song) John Veiner September 30, 2007
101 "Believe it or Not, Joe's Walking on Air" Andrew Goldberg October 7, 2007
102 "Stewie Kills Lois" David A. Goodman November 4, 2007
103 "Lois Kills Stewie' Steve Callaghan November 11, 2007
104 "Padre de Familia" Kirker Butler November 18, 2007
105 "Peter's Daughter" Chris Sheridan November 25, 2007
106 "McStroke" Wellesley Wild January 13, 2008
107 "Back to the Woods" Tom Devanney February 17, 2008
108 "Play It Again, Brian" Danny Smith March 2, 2008
109 "The Former Life of Brian" Steve Callaghan April 27, 2008
110 "Long John Peter" Wellesley Wild May 4, 2008

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