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The first episode of the Animation, Comedy series Family Guy (season 1-10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16) was released in 2010-09-25 by Fox Broadcasting Company. The TV show was created by Cherry Chevapravatdumrong, Patrick Meighan and directed by Dominic Polcino,. Actors in the cast include Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis, Seth Green, Mike Henry, Mike Henry, Max Burkholder, Phil LaMarr. The avarenge rating on IMDB: is 8.2/ 10. Series awards - Won 6 Primetime Emmys. Another 26 wins & 81 nominations..

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Family Guy’s ninth season first aired on the Fox network in eighteen episodes from September 26, 2010 to May 22, 2011 before being released as two DVD box sets and in syndication. Family Guy follows the dysfunctional Griffin family—father Peter, mother Lois, daughter Meg, son Chris, baby Stewie and dog Brian, all of whom reside in their hometown of Quahog. The ninth season, which premiered with the episode “And Then There Were Fewer” and ended with “It’s a Trap!”, was executive produced by Chris Sheridan, David Goodman, Danny Smith, Mark Hentemann, Steve Callaghan and series creator Seth MacFarlane. The season’s showrunners were Hentemann and Callaghan.

The season received a mixed reception from critics, who called it “a mixture of laugh out loud gags, groan inducing puns, and astonishing ‘I can’t believe they got away with that’ statements.” Season nine contains some of the series’ most acclaimed episodes, including “And Then There Were Fewer”, “Road to the North Pole” and “New Kidney in Town”, as well as some of the most controversial episodes, including “And I’m Joyce Kinney”, “Friends of Peter G.”, “The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair” and “Road to the North Pole”. This season marks the first time Family Guy aired in 720p high-definition and widescreen with a remastered title sequence. It was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series, Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics and Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series and Animation.

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Episode Guide

Episode1:

And Then There Were Fewer

air date: 2010-09-25

In this murder mystery special, The Griffins as well as all the other major characters become trapped in a mansion while they are killed off one by one.

Episode2:

Excellence in Broadcasting

air date: 2010-10-02

“Excellence in Broadcasting” is the second episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on October 3, 2010. The episode features anthropomorphic dog Brian, an adamant liberal, confronting conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh at a book signing in Quahog, and ultimately having a political change of heart when Limbaugh convinces him to read his latest book. Brian eventually decides to become a devoted member of the Republican Party, and soon begins criticizing liberals. This leads Brian to become roommates with Limbaugh, and begins following him everywhere, before Limbaugh convinces Brian of his true political convictions.

The episode was written by Patrick Meighan and directed by John Holmquist. It received mixed reviews from critics for its storyline and many cultural references, in addition to receiving both praise and criticism from conservative news outlets. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 7.94 million homes in its original airing. As well as Limbaugh, the episode featured guest performances by Gary Cole, Christine Lakin, Phil LaMarr, Shelley Long, Nana Visitor and Rainn Wilson, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. “Excellence in Broadcasting” was released on DVD along with three other episodes from the season on December 13, 2011.

Episode3:

Welcome Back Carter

air date: 2010-10-09

After Peter catches Carter having an affair, he is forced into keeping a secret. But when Peter accidentally spills the beans, Lois’ mom demands a divorce, and Peter is in charge of Carter’s return to bachelorhood.

Episode4:

Halloween on Spooner Street

air date: 2010-11-06

Peter and Joe team up to execute a series of painful and humiliating Halloween pranks on unsuspecting family, friends and neighbors.

While Brian shows Stewie the ropes of trick-or-treating, Meg sets out to attend her first high school Halloween party with high hopes for the evening.

Episode5:

Baby, You Knock Me Out

air date: 2010-11-13

“Baby, You Knock Me Out” is the fifth episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on November 14, 2010. The episode follows housewife Lois after she is convinced to become a championship boxer. As she continues fighting, however, she eventually decides to go into retirement, only to be challenged by the top ranked fighter in all of Rhode Island. Deciding to accept the challenge, Lois faces the fight of her life, causing her to unleash pent-up anger.

The episode was written by Alex Carter and directed by Julius Wu. It received mostly positive reviews from critics for its storyline and many cultural references. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 7.00 million homes in its original airing. The episode featured guest performances by Luke Adams, Carrie Fisher and Nicole Sullivan, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. It was first announced at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con International.

Episode6:

Brian Writes a Bestseller

air date: 2010-11-20

“Brian Writes a Bestseller” is the sixth episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It premiered on Fox in the United States on November 21, 2010. “Brian Writes a Bestseller” follows anthropomorphic dog Brian after he publishes a self-help book that becomes an immediate success, following the failure of his novel, Faster Than the Speed of Love. Once he hires Stewie as his publicist, however, Brian becomes increasingly self-centered, and fires him when he continues to botch his schedule. However, when Brian goes on Real Time with Bill Maher, he ends up getting a wake-up call from Maher himself.

The episode was written by Gary Janetti and directed by Joseph Lee. It received high praise from critics for its storyline and many cultural references. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 6.59 million homes in its original airing. The episode featured guest performances by Dana Gould, Arianna Huffington, Christine Lakin, Bill Maher, Katie Sah and Ashley Tisdale, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. It was first announced at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con International.

The plot may be unintentionally based on the real-life 1969 romance novel hoax Naked Came the Stranger, which was deliberately poorly written by 24 coauthors in an attempt to make a commentary on the literary content of the top-selling books of their time. The average reader completely missed this point and the book became a top-seller itself.

Episode7:

Road to the North Pole

air date: 2010-12-11

“Road to the North Pole” is the seventh episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. Directed by Greg Colton and co-written by Chris Sheridan and Danny Smith, the episode originally aired on Fox in the United States on December 12, 2010. In “Road to the North Pole”, two of the show’s main characters, baby Stewie and anthropomorphic dog Brian, who are voiced by series creator Seth MacFarlane, go on an adventure to the North Pole in an attempt to kill Santa Claus. They eventually discover a dreary, polluting factory full of disease-ridden elves and carnivorous, feral reindeer, along with a sickly, exhausted Santa who begs to be killed. Stewie and Brian take pity on him, however, and decide to fulfill Christmas by delivering gifts to the entire globe, albeit unsuccessfully.

The “Road to” episodes which have aired throughout various seasons of Family Guy were inspired by the Road to… comedy films starring Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour, though this episode was not originally conceived as a “Road to” show. The episode is the second Family Guy Christmas special after the season three episode, “A Very Special Family Guy Freakin’ Christmas”, also written by Danny Smith. It was first announced at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con International.

Episode8:

New Kidney in Town

air date: 2011-01-08

Peter needs a new kidney after his energy-drink addiction causes renal failure. Meanwhile, Chris is chosen to introduce United States President Barack Obama at his school after winning an essay contest. Trouble is, Meg wrote the essay.

Episode9:

And I’m Joyce Kinney

air date: 2011-01-15

“And I’m Joyce Kinney” is the ninth episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on January 16, 2011. The episode follows housewife Lois after she becomes close friends with the local news anchor Joyce Kinney. In an attempt to become closer, the two decide to get drinks together, and reveal their darkest secrets. Wanting to fit in, Lois reveals her participation in a pornographic film when she was in college, with Joyce promising to keep her revelation a secret. The next day, Kinney unveils the story on the local news, much to the anger of Lois, who quickly becomes shunned by the entire town.

The episode was written by Alec Sulkin and directed by Dominic Bianchi. It received mixed reviews from critics for its storyline and many cultural references. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 7.08 million homes in its original airing. The episode featured guest performances by Kirker Butler, Colin Ford, Christine Lakin, Rachael MacFarlane, Helen Reddy and Jennifer Tilly, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. “And I’m Joyce Kinney” was one of five episodes submitted for consideration for an Emmy Award in the “Outstanding Comedy Series” category in 2011.

Episode10:

Friends of Peter G.

air date: 2011-02-12

“Friends of Peter G.” is the twelfth episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It aired on Fox in the United States on February 13, 2011. The episode follows Peter and Brian as they are forced to join Alcoholics Anonymous, due to their excessive drinking, much to their chagrin. Soon, however, Peter crashes his car while driving home drunk, and is approached by Death, who shows him what his life will be like if he continues to drink alcohol, as well if he had never drunk at all.

The episode was written by Brian Scully and directed John Holmquist. It received mostly mixed reviews from critics for its storyline and many cultural references. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 5.99 million homes in its original airing. The episode featured guest performances by H. Jon Benjamin, Adam Carolla, Carrie Fisher, Phil LaMarr, Jessica Stroup and Laura Vandervoort, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. It was first announced at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con International.

Episode11:

German Guy

air date: 2011-02-19

“German Guy” is the 13th episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on February 20, 2011. The episode follows high school student Chris Griffin, as he attempts to find a new hobby. He soon comes across a puppeteer named Franz, who befriends Chris and introduces him to his vast collection of puppets. Meanwhile, Chris’ neighbor, Herbert, tries to warn him of Franz’s past as a Nazi during World War II, but his attempts are largely unsuccessful.

The episode was written by Patrick Meighan and directed by Cyndi Tang. It received mostly mixed reviews from critics for its storyline and many cultural references. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 6.57 million homes in its original airing. The episode featured guest performances by Ralph Garman and Alan Tudyk, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series.

Episode12:

The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair

air date: 2011-03-05

“The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair” is the 12th episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on March 6, 2011. The episode follows high school student Meg as she attempts to look after her handicapped neighbor, Joe, after his wife, Bonnie, has to leave town temporarily to visit her ailing father. Meg soon becomes infatuated with Joe, however, causing him to become nervous, and approach Meg’s parents. Meanwhile, baby Stewie inadvertently creates a truly evil clone of himself who rampages through Quahog before ultimately attempting to kill Stewie and his anthropomorphic dog Brian.

The episode was written by Tom Devanney and directed by Brian Iles. It received mostly positive reviews from critics for its storyline and many cultural references, in addition to receiving criticism from the Parents Television Council. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 6.32 million homes in its original airing. The episode featured guest performances by Dee Bradley Baker, Colin Ford, Patrick Stewart and Jennifer Tilly, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. It was first announced at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con International.

Episode13:

Trading Places

air date: 2011-03-19

“Trading Places” is the 13th episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on March 20, 2011. The episode follows the Griffin family as they decide to switch roles, in order to teach each other a lesson about responsibility, with father Peter and mother Lois becoming the children, and son Chris and daughter Meg becoming the parents of the household. They each discover hardships in their new roles, however, as the switch causes a strain on the family’s relationship, and eventually resulting in the ultimate consequence.

The episode was written by Steve Callaghan and directed by Joseph Lee. It received mostly positive reviews from critics for its storyline and many cultural references. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 6.55 million homes in its original airing. The episode featured guest performances by Gary Cole, Nina Dobrev, Carrie Fisher, Rachael MacFarlane, Laura Vandervoort and Lisa Wilhoit, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. “Trading Places” was one of five episodes submitted for consideration for an Emmy Award in the “Outstanding Comedy Series” category in 2011.

Episode14:

Tiegs for Two

air date: 2011-04-09

When the local dry cleaner loses Peter’s favorite white shirt, he goes ballistic.

Meanwhile, Brian tries to score on a date with a new friend, Denise (guest voice Stroup), but ends up striking out.

Episode15:

Brothers & Sisters

air date: 2011-04-16

“Brothers & Sisters” is the 15th episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It aired on Fox in the United States on April 17, 2011. This episode follows Lois’ sister Carol Pewterschmidt who turns to the Griffins after her ninth husband ended their relationship. She eventually goes on a date with Mayor Adam West and seeks to marry him, much to Lois’ doubt given Carol’s past relationship troubles.

The episode was written by Alex Carter and directed by Julius Wu. This episode marks the second appearance of Carol, Lois’s sister. However, Carol Kane does not reprise her role of Carol. Instead, actress Julie Hagerty provides the voice of Carol.

Episode16:

The Big Bang Theory

air date: 2011-05-07

“The Big Bang Theory” is the 16th episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It aired on Fox in the United States on May 8, 2011. This episode follows Stewie and Brian on their quest to stop Stewie’s evil half-brother Bertram from going back in time to the Renaissance period and killing Leonardo da Vinci, who is a part of Stewie’s ancestry, in order to prevent Stewie’s existence.

The episode was written by David A. Goodman and directed by Dominic Polcino.

Episode17:

Foreign Affairs

air date: 2011-05-14

“Foreign Affairs” is the 17th episode of the ninth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It aired on Fox in the United States on May 15, 2011. The episode was titled “Games People Play” in the UK for BBC Three. In the episode, Bonnie and Lois take a little trip to Paris where Bonnie crosses the line.

The episode was written by Anthony Blasucci and Mike Desilets, and directed by Pete Michels.

Episode18:

It’s a Trap!

air date: 2011-05-21

In this spectacular and offensively uproarious final chapter, Luke Skywalker (Chris) and Princess Leia (Lois) must travel to Tatooine to free Han Solo (Peter) by infiltrating the wretched stronghold of Jabba the Hutt (Joe), the galaxy’s most loathsome and dreadful gangster. Reunited, the Rebels team up with a tribe of Ewoks to combat the Imperial forces on the forest moon of Endor. Meanwhile the Emperor (Carter Pewterschmidt) and Darth Vader (Stewie) conspire to turn Luke to the dark side, and young Skywalker is determined to rekindle the spirit of the Jedi within his father. The Galactic Civil War has never been more outrageous, as the Rebel forces gather to attack the seemingly defenseless and incomplete second Death Star in the battle that will determine the fate of the galaxy.

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