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Trivia zu "Bar Mitzvah-Clou"
Trinkspiel mit Roger
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Description du produit
American Dad, the animated series that follows die-hard Republican and card-carrying NRA member Stan Smith (Seth MacFarlane) and his hilariously odd family in Langley Falls, Virginia, is back to salute a fifth season of laughs.
Stan’s not-so-smart wrancine (Wendy Schaal) has an unfaltering loyalty that allows her to turn a blind eye toward Stan’s unabashed arrogance. Stan constantly butts heads with his 18-year-old daughter Hayley (Rachael MacFarlane), who knows just how to push her father’s buttons by being liberal in both her beliefs and in the amount of hippie boyfriends she chooses to date. Hayley’s 14-year-old brother is the geeky yet cocky Steve (Scott Grimes), a kid who seems to be on the constant verge of puberty but can’t quite make sense of the opposite sex.
The Smith household is rounded out by two rather unconventional members. There’s the selfish and sarcastic space alien, Roger (Seth MacFarlane), who lives in the attic and drinks like every hour is happy hour; and Klaus (Dee Bradley Baker), an attention-starved goldfish with the brain of a German guy who’s always willing to vocalise his opinions whether anyone is listening or not.
This eccentric family full of radically different personalities is just trying to find a way to love and trust each other during these increasingly unpredictable times. And with a guy like Stan in charge of our national security, it’s going to be a hilarious ride.
- Phantom Of The Telethon
- Stan Time
- Family Affair
- Live And Let Fry
- Roy Rogers Mcfreely
- Jack's Back
- Bar Mitzvah Hustle
- Wife Insurance
- The Delorean Story
- Every Which Way But Lose
- The Weiner Of Our Discontent
- Daddy Queerest
- Stan's Night Out
- Deleted Scenes
- Deleted Scenes
- Unbleeped commentaries on all episodes
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Phantom of the Telethon
Live and Let Fry
Roy Rogers McFreely
Bar Mitzvah Hustle
The Delorean Story-an
Every Which Way But Loose
The Wiener of our Discontent
Stan's Night Out
Bonus Features: Deleted Scenes and Power Hour Drinking Game
And as always, there will be commentary by the staff for every episode.
Now, my literary and reviewing talents are not great, so I won't give you a long in depth review of the episodes. But I can say that I have liked the show from the beginning, and these episodes are as good as ever. If you like the show, you'll like this set. If you are just a fan of the other animated shows, comedy shows in general, satire, or just a fan of random 80's references, you will also like the show. Hope the info helped.
UPDATE: Got the set today, a few days after I had planned, unfortunately. In addition to the bonus features listed, on Disc 2 there is a Fact Up version of Bar Mitzvah Hustle. For those not familiar with what that is( I really wasn't either) Basically you can watch the episode, and as you watch little facts about the episode (or related to the episode in some way) pop up every few seconds. Kinda like those old VH1 Pop up videos. I thought it was pretty interesting and neat, and fans of the show should enjoy it.
"American Dad" is in its fifth volume! Weird, huh? It seems like that show just started. Even though "The Cleveland Show" has just finished its first run, that show already has more buzz collectively I've noticed than "American Dad" also from the some of the same minds. "Family Guy" is a huge hit and while with "American Dad," the apple does not fall far from the tree in terms of style and timing, the different mash-up of characters can make the show expansive or limited depending on the situation hatched from the minds of creators Mike Barker, Seth MacFarlane, and Matt Weitzman.
To explain better, the premise of "American Dad" is that CIA Agent Smith (Seth MacFarlane) has an average family with a flighty blond wife, Francine (Wendy Schaal), two kids: Steve (Scott Grimes) the nerd who takes after his dad and Hayley (Rachael MacFarlane) the liberal hippie who is at odds with her dad and then a couple of kookie characters are thrown in. Klaus (Dee Bradley Baker) the German trapped in the body of a fish who lusts after Francine and Roger (also Seth MacFarlane), the alien who happens to live with them and dresses in disguise constantly.
Family formula plus a couple of off the wall factors makes for creative and interesting situations. On the plus side, this show gives an easy platform for making fun of political situations and conventions taking into account Stan's job and Hayley's leanings. On the negatives, sometimes the jokes are almost outdated by the time they get put on the air due to the time it takes to animate and sending to Korea. The broader the comedy, the better it works. Occasionally it seems like there are too many CIA plots and feels limiting to the spectrum of the show.
What works for the show are the jokes and the great voice acting, particularly by Seth MacFarlane. Only having seen a few episodes before, after seeing a bunch more here it is easy to see the show has grown into its own and is more fluid now, much in the way that "Family Guy" started and progressed. It's worth checking out if you love this type of humor, but you'll probably still love "Family Guy" more.
There is uncensored commentary on EVERY episode of the 14 in this set. Creators Matt Weitzman and Mike Barker are on commentary for almost every episode. They talk about how ideas came together, sending the animation for final touches in Korea, and how jealous they are that all they have is one t-shirt and bendy toys compared to all the board games, etc. that "Family Guy" has. Seth MacFarlane surprisingly does not do any episode commentary. It is clear that this show is more the other creators' baby.
For the Deleted Scenes, you get to see the many, many quips were cut from episodes for time or just not being funny, or alternative takes. For example, there was a scene with a bunch of bald kids that were originally called the "cancer kids" and when you watch the episode, you see it was switched to the "Lex Luthor Fan Club." Other stuff would have been absolutely hilarious if time allowed, but sometimes less is more and it works for the best.
There is pop-up trivia available for the "Bar Mitzvah Hustle" episode where fun facts with American Dad cast members about the making of the episode and other tidbits get thrown in and is pretty cute. The Power Hour Drinking Game is an hour's worth of one-minute clips intermixed with shots of Roger commanding the audience to take a shot...of milk or apple juice, of course. *wink* It is a very funny hour of quick clips from some of their best scenes which can be funny on their own without the episode around it. However, if you actually did drink harder stuff every time Roger popped up, that's 60 shots so beware!