As per his usual creative repertoire, the humor is crude, poking, and scabrous in all the best ways; a humorous reflection on society and the world at large told through crass humor and excellent writing. Even though the show isn't as popular as some of MacFarlane's other creations, there is still a large following behind the Smith family and their many ridiculous trials and tribulations. With the talent-packed cast that voices Langley Falls citizens and bystanders, there are bound to be more than a few allusions to some of the actors' past work, with one voice actor even playing himself. In addition, with the multiple twists and turns the series has taken over the years, their are bound to be some references and winks that even the most die hard Smith family fanatic is bound to miss. Stan decides that he'll pilot a busty, high school female android in an attempt to get closer with Steve, arriving on the fact that he wants to be there when Steve looses his virginity to make up all the lost time that they've missed. Although that doesn't seem like much of a huge deal, another girl a real one , takes interest in Steve, who is voiced by none other than Alyson Hannigan; the actress who played Buffy's right hand gal Willow in the same series.
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But the show has worked itself into a place where it frequently juts out on a tangent away from normal continuity or canon, and feels no need to bring an episode back to status quo by the end. Do this once, and it undercuts expectation in intriguing fashion. He loves her as a lounge singer, and even mutilates her husband, but now he shoves Jeff into a tractor beam and barely registers any memory of anything about Hayley. But that plot ends the similarly to the main one, just continuing on in one direction with only a slight suggestion of any change. Steve knows he should be comfortable, and it came through a ridiculous escape scenario where he needed a flat butt to squeeze out of a donut shop.
More than episodes of the series have aired, centered around CIA agent Stan Smith, his wife Francine, their political opposite daughter Hayley, nerdy teenage son Steve, live-in alien Roger, and a talking fish named Klaus. Here's a look behind the scenes of American Dad! There are certainly some similarities between Family Guy and American Dad!. That's to be expected, as both shows have shared writers, animators, creators, and voice actors. However, the longer both shows have been on the air, the more American Dad 's creative team has worked to make it as different from Family Guy as possible.
Other pages state it is the eigth season. Either way, it is the same game as with the previous releases: the original episodes were either extended or their censoring removed. Most of the times, however, the only difference are the removed beeps over naughty words. There are only two comparisons for the whole season. Episode 1 "Hot Water" is a little more than half a minute longer because one additional scene was put into the episode.