American Dad! – 13 Favorites

American Dad! & Old Glory

*In order of airdate, not quality.

“Failure Is Not a Factory-Installed Option” 9/24/06
Stan loses his composure after being bested by a car salesman.

“Apocalypse to Remember” 3/27/07
Stan evacuates The Smith’s because he thinks the world has ended.

“Vacation Goo” 9/30/07
Francine wants The Smiths to bond while on a real vacation.

“Phantom of the Telethon” 11/30/08
Roger vows revenge when Stan steals his idea to raise money.

“Roy Rogers McFreely” 3/8/09
Roger irks Stan by taking over the home owners association.

“In Country…Club!” 9/27/09
Steve develops post traumatic stress disorder after a war reenactment.

“Rapture’s Delight” 12/13/09
Stan and Francine battle the anti-Christ in a post apocalyptic world.

“Return of the Bling” 2/21/10
Roger admits to steroid use while on the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team.

“Bully for Steve” 4/25/10
Stan becomes wimpy Steve’s bully to help toughen him up.

“Great Space Roaster” 5/16/10
Roger wants to be roasted on his birthday, then overreacts.

“Best Little Horror House in Langley Falls” 11/7/10
Stan’s haunted house gets overshadowed by Buckle’s on Halloween.

“There Will Be Bad Blood” 11/28/10
Stan becomes insanely jealous of his Native American half brother.

“Hurricane!” 10/2/11
The Smiths must band together to survive a bad storm.


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Posted on September 16, 2013, in American Dad!, Seth MacFarlane and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I couldn’t agree more with that list.

  2. Volume two will be up soon. When I don’t have time for full articles, I make sure to at least put up a best of list.

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