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The complete second season of the popular animated comedy series from 'Family Guy' creator, Seth MacFarlane. Stan Smith (voice of McFarlane) works for the CIA and is constantly on the alert for terrorist activity. Stan will go to extremes to protect his beloved America from harm - a fact that can be witnessed by the terror-alert colour code on his fridge, and his frequent knee-jerk reaction of shooting holes in the toaster whenever the toast pops up. In addition to Stan's wife and teenage children, the Smith household has two rather unconventional members; there's Roger (MacFarlane), the sarcastic space alien Stan rescued from Area 51, and Klaus (Dee Bradley Baker), a lascivious German speaking goldfish, the result of a CIA experiment gone seriously wrong. Episodes comprise: 'Stannie Get Your Gun', 'Star Trek', 'Not Particularly Desperate Housewives', 'Rough Trade', 'Finances With Wolves', 'It's Good to Be the Queen', 'Roger 'n' Me', 'Helping Handis', 'With Friends Like Steve's', 'Tears of a Clooney', 'Camp Refoogee', 'The American Dad After School Special', 'Failure Is Not a Factory-Installed Option', 'Lincoln Lover', 'Dungeons and Wagons', 'Iced, Iced Babies', 'Of Ice and Men', 'Irregarding Steve' and 'The Best Christmas Story Never'.
The "Laugh Alert" level is elevated with the release of this second volume of episodes that chronologically span seasons 1 and 2. You know the "there" that people talk about when they say, "Don't go 'there'?" Seth MacFarlane's American Dad leaves "there" in the dust. Take the holiday--excuse me, Christmas--episode, "The Best Christmas Story Never," which somehow melds Charles Dickens with a Ray Bradbury-esque cautionary tale of tampering with the past. CIA Agent and true patriot act Stan Smith (voiced by MacFarlane) loses the spirit of the season in a blizzard of PC secularism in which even the fugitive "Christmas rapist" must be referred to as "the holiday rapist." In the "is nothing sacred" world of American Dad, Christmas can only be saved by Stan accompanying the Ghost of Christmas Past (Lisa Kudrow) back in time to (don't ask) kill Jane Fonda (or Donald Sutherland), take over the direction of Taxi Driver from a drug-free Martin Scorsese, and shoot Ronald Reagan. The Smith family--wife Francine, geeky son Steve, and "peace-pusher" daughter Hayley--is still not as vividly drawn as the Griffins on MacFarlane's Family Guy (even Klaus, the talking German-accented goldfish admits in one episode that his "fish shtick" is getting thin), but one can't help salute the audacity of the oft-inspired writing. In "Stannie, Get Your Gun," Stan becomes a National Gun Association spokesperson after being accidentally paralyzed by his anti-gun daughter. "The American Dad After School Special" has an A Brilliant Mind-like twist as Stan battles an eating disorder brought about by Steve's new overweight girlfriend. In "Helping Handis," Steve becomes the big man on campus after he develops steroid-enhanced breasts.
Two episodes are standouts for their animation. "Dungeons and Wagons," as did South Park with "Make Love, Not Warcraft," creates a video game universe in which Steve rules. Near the end of "Failure Is Not a Factory-Installed Option," the screen adjusts to widescreen format, and the saga of the golden turd, begun in the first season episode, "Homeland Insecurity" compellingly continues with the jewel-encrusted oddity becoming the last temptation of an honest cop (Beau Bridges). American Dad is, as should be apparent, not for all tastes (or more sensitive viewers--the episode "Tears of a Clooney" drops some unbleeped F-bombs), but fans of the series are rewarded with this three disc-set's prodigious extra features, including rowdy, chaotic commentaries for all the episodes, a wealth of hit and miss deleted scenes, and a segment devoted to the production of "Dungeons and Wagons." --Donald LiebensonVoir l'ensemble des Descriptions du produit
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The humor is not for the faint of heart, or easily offended, but that is what I love about it. i say, get it, watch it, love American Dad.
"Stannie Get Your Gun"--To improve their relationship, Stan takes his liberal daughter to an amusement park for gun enthusiasts. Meanwhile, Roger makes Steve believe he is adopted (I've always suspected that since he doesn't look like Stan or Francine). This is not one of the better episodes.
"Star Trek"--Steve writes a book about Roger and co-opts Roger's dream of being rich and famous. Funny--Steve tells his dad that his teacher is a fan and wants his autograph. So Stan writes, "Keep on rockin', Yours in Christ..." Then Hayley breaks the news, "Dad that's Steve's report card." The 'Child of the Month' scene is a highlight, too.
"Not Particularly Desperate Housewives"--To break her life of routine, Francine inadvertently joins a social group for adulteresses. Meanwhile, Stan falls in love with a little dog.
"Rough Trade"--Stan bludgeons Senator Diane Feinstein while demonstrating a new weapon. Later, Stan & Roger decide to change places and Stan ends up arrested for domestic abuse, animal cruelty, child pornography, and attempted murder. Hilarious!
"Finances With Wolves"--Francine starts a muffin-selling business at the mall and Stan puts Klaus's brain in a human body so he can have someone to cook his meals. "Klaus" turns on Stan so he can get freaky with Francine. Meanwhile, Steve thinks he's a werewolf. The parking lot scene is hilarious, especially with the musical accompaniment. The environmentalist who was born a tree but trapped in a man's body is also clever.
"It's Good To Be The Queen"--Stan freaks out when he finds out Francine didn't really win Homecoming Queen. Meanwhile, Steve goes on a zen journey with a pizza delivery guy.
"Roger N Me"--I think this is my favorite AD ep (well, maybe second to "Lincoln Lover"). After being thrown out of an old friend's bachelor party, Stan and Roger get loaded and participate in an alien buddies ritual involving probing. Meanwhile, Hayley and Steve join forces to break up a young couple (using a common storyline and taking it to a whole new morbid level).
"Helping Handis"--To help Steve be a popular jock, Stan gives him steroids which has a titillating side effect (get it!?). Meanwhile, Hayley has little respect for her mom, the housewife. That doctor degree thing was too far-fetched, even for this show. One of my least favorite ADs.
"With Friends Like Steve's"--When Steve loses interest in his father's occupational perks, Stan starts paling around with Steve's fat friend Barry, who wants to takes Steve's place. Meanwhile, Roger joins a fraternity.
"Tears of a Clooney"--Stan helps Francine fulfill her dream of ruining George Clooney after he stole her scene years ago on "The Scarecrow and Mrs. King." While they're away, Roger brings in foster children to use as migrant workers and Hayley survives cancer. Crazy episode. I don't care much for eps of any animated show that include celebrity guest characters.
"Camp Refoogee"--Stan wants Steve to go to summer camp and unintentionally sends him to a refugee camp in Africa (listen for snippets of the Toto song). Meanwhile, Roger and Francine do some role-playing (not what you think, sicko).
"The American Dad After School Special"--Steve starts dating Debbie who Stan does not accept because she is not a beautiful cheerleader. Seeing Steve's fat girlfriend makes him paranoid about his own weight and he becomes anorexic. I like Debbie as a semi-regular for this show. She is not the typical female animated character. She's goth but not to an anti-social point and she is a realistic catch for Steve. She is also not made a loser fat chick like Meg.
"Failure Is Not A Factory-Installed Option"--Stan is one of the CIA's top investigators but meets his match in a car salesman. Steve takes advantage of all the extra cars that serve as a makeshift drive-in to impress girls (was this episode written before the Debbie character was introduced?). The golden turd story continues.
"Lincoln Lover"--My favorite AD episode (maybe tied with "Roger N Me")! To show Steve what it means to be a true, manly Republican, Stan puts on a play about Lincoln. Unbeknown to Stan, his play's theme of Lincoln's close relationship with a bodyguard attracts the one group he wishes to shut out of the party--the Log Cabin Republicans. This episode had me laughing out loud, especially the gay test at the entrance of the Langley Conservative Republicans meeting and Stan's speech at the RNC: "My fellow Republicans...Last night I kissed a man named Terry."
"Dungeons and Wagons"--To bring excitement in his bored wife's life (that seems to be an on-going theme in AD), Stan takes up road racing and re-creating Whitesnake videos. Meanwhile, Hayley breaks up with her obsessive boyfriend and he drowns his sorrows by online gaming with Steve. I like how they incorporated the online game characters in the show. It wasn't as awesome as South Park's "Make Love Not Warcraft," but it was well-done.
"Iced, Iced Babies"--Steve's relationship with Debbie causes Francine to go to extreme lengths to feel like a mother again. Meanwhile, Roger becomes a professor at Hayley's college and inspires Hayley's love interest to murder his father.
"Of Ice and Men"--Stan and Francine enter an ice skating competition but Stan's competitive streak may put Francine in danger (reminds me of that extreme move in "Blades of Glory"). Meanwhile, Steve and his friends acquire a mail-order Russian bride. The ending with Roger and the news anchor couple is hilarious!
"Irregarding Steve"--After Steve discovers his father is not the genius he thought he was, he and Roger run away to New York where they bet their superior intellects will make them rich. This episode is heavy and macabre, even the squirrel side-story (a take-off of "What's Eating Gilbert Grape?").
"The Best Christmas Story Never"--Stan is angry at the secularization of Christmas (even the "Christmas Rapist" is renamed the "Holiday Rapist"). The Ghost of Christmas Past takes Stan to 1970 where Stan escapes to kill Jane Fonda. An encounter with Martin Scorsese changes the future that destroys America.
Bonus Features--Audio commentary on all the episodes (on the corresponding DVDs), deleted and extended scenes, Multi-Angle Studies of Francine attacking Stan in "Tears of a Clooney" (on disc 2) and "Irregarding Steve" (I don't really see the point of these), and three featurettes: "An American Dad Like No Other," "Drawing Roger," "Favorite Scenes."