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Season 2: 1999-2000[edit]

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. code
1 8 "Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater" September 23, 1999 1ACX08
One of Lois' relatives passes away, leaving Lois and the rest of the family her posh summer home in a will. Peter likes the place so much that he sells their house so that they could live there, where Brian trains Peter to be more sophisticated.
6 13 "Death Is a Bitch" March 21, 2000 1ACX14
After a cancer scare, Peter gets out of paying a hospital bill by declaring that he's dead and gets a surprise visit from Death himself. However, Death injures himself while chasing Peter and is unable to do his job while he heals, which makes all of mankind immortal.
8 15 "I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar" March 28, 2000 2ACX02
After telling a sexist joke at work, Peter is sent to a women's retreat camp and comes back acting effeminate. Lois and the others become greatly disturbed by his new attitude, so they do everything they can to restore his manhood.
16 23 "There's Something About Paulie" June 27, 2000 1ACX10
Peter buys Lois a new car, but ends up inadvertably putting a hit out on her when he makes friends with a member of the Mafia. Any attempts to call off the hit make the situation worse, so Peter and Lois head to the head of the Mafia personally.
21 28 "Fore Father" August 1, 2000 2ACX16
Peter thinks his son won't amount to anything, so he gets him a job at a golf course. However, when Peter begins training Cleveland's son to be a pro golf player, Chris finds a father figure in Quagmire. Meanwhile, Stewie becomes paranoid after receiving a vaccination at the doctor's office.

Season 3: 2001-2002[edit]

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. code
12 40 "To Love and Die in Dixie" November 15, 2001 3ACX09
When a convenience store robber threatens to kill Chris for witnessing his crime, the family is taken into the witness protection program and moves to the deep South. There Peter becomes sheriff with Brian his deputy, Stewie joins a hillbilly jug band, and Chris befriends a kid who may have more than friendship on the brain.
16 44 "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas" December 21, 2001 2ACX03
It's Christmas time in Quahog, where Lois' plans for a perfect Christmas blow up in her face, causing her to go berserk. Stewie uses his role as the baby Jesus in the town play to be good for Santa, about whom he has become paranoid.
20 48 "Road to Europe" a.k.a. "European Road Show" February 7, 2002 3ACX13
Stewie becomes obsessed with a British kids' show and runs away to be part of the cast, and Brian gives chase in an attempt to bring him back. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois go to KISS-Stock, where Lois reveals she knows nothing about the band.
21 49 "Family Guy Viewer Mail #1" February 14, 2002 3ACX12

Brian and Stewie host a special episode of Family Guy, featuring three stories created from viewer requests.

  • No Bones About It - A genie comes to the Griffins' house to grant Peter wishes.
  • Supergriffins - The Griffins are exposed to nuclear waste and gain superpowers.
  • Lil' Griffins - The adult characters are featured as Little Rascals.

Season 4: 2005-2006[edit]

Season 4 was split into various segments so that FOX would not waste new episodes when television audiences were low. FOX showed an initial run of ten episodes starting in May, then after a brief hiatus episodes restarted on September 11, 2005.

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. code
1 51 "North by North Quahog" May 1, 2005 4ACX01
Lois and Peter try to bring the spark back in their marriage and run afoul of Mel Gibson after they try to destroy another one of his bad films. Meanwhile, Brian and Stewie team up to discipline Chris after they catch him drinking vodka at a school dance.
2 52 "Fast Times at Buddy Cianci, Jr. High" May 8, 2005 4ACX02
Brian becomes a substitute English teacher, but is transferred to a class for troubled teens, and charges himself with helping them out with life in general. Meanwhile, Chris is attracted to Brian's replacement teacher, who wants him to murder her husband so they can be together.
3 53 "Blind Ambition" May 15, 2005 4ACX04
After Quagmire rescues a woman who collapsed from a heart attack, Peter does whatever he can to achieve something he'll be remembered for. His ambitions, however, ultimately cost him his eyesight. Meanwhile, the Giant Chicken from Da Boom returns to brawl with Peter.
8 58 "8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Daughter" July 10, 2005 4ACX11
Peter offers his daughter, Meg, to Mort Goldman's son, Neil, to pay off a tab at the pharmacy. Meanwhile, Stewie falls for a beautiful babysitter who has a boyfriend.
9 59 "Breaking Out Is Hard to Do" July 17, 2005 4ACX12
Lois becomes a kleptomaniac and is sent to prison after she is busted for stealing a priceless painting. The Griffins can't stand life without her, so they break her out of jail and start life anew in "Asiantown."
10 60 "Model Misbehavior" July 24, 2005 4ACX13
Lois fulfills her lifelong dream of being a fashion model after appearing in her underwear in the newspaper. Meanwhile, Brian works on a pyramid scheme with Stewie to get money for tapeworm medication.
15 65 "Brian Goes Back to College" November 13, 2005 4ACX18
When it's revealed that Brian never finished college, Brian decides to return to obtain his last degree. Meanwhile, Peter and his friends start their own "A-Team" style rescue crew.
16 66 "The Courtship of Stewie's Father" November 20, 2005 4ACX19
Lois thinks Stewie's matricidal behavior is just a cry for fatherly attention, so she makes Peter bond with Stewie, although Peter and Stewie play cruel tricks on her instead. Meanwhile, Chris does chores for Herbert the Pervert after breaking his window.
17 67 "The Fat Guy Strangler" November 27, 2005 4ACX20
Peter starts an advocacy group for overweight men after the doctor tells him that he's fat. Meanwhile, Lois discovers that she has a brother who, after a traumatic experience involving Jackie Gleeson, is locked in a mental hospital and holds a grudge against the obese.
18 68 "The Father, the Son, and the Holy Fonz" December 18, 2005 4ACX22
After failing to find a religion he would want to follow personally, Peter starts his own religion based on his faith in Fonzie from Happy Days. Meanwhile, Stewie is stuck in a plastic bubble after being diagnosed with a weak immune system brought on by tainted holy water.
19 69 "Brian Sings and Swings" January 8, 2006 4ACX21
Brian sinks into a depression after surviving getting hit by a car, but finds a new lease on life as a back-up singer for Frank Sinatra, Jr. Meanwhile, Meg pretends to be a lesbian in order to make friends with a group of real teenage lesbians.
20 70 "Patriot Games" January 29, 2006 4ACX25
Peter becomes a player for the New England Patriots after displaying his charging skills, but Tom Brady becomes very uncomfortable with his showboating. Meanwhile, Stewie becomes a bookie and assaults Brian over an unpaid bet.
21 71 "I Take Thee Quagmire" March 12, 2006 4ACX23
Peter wins a free maid on Wheel of Fortune whom Quagmire wants to marry. Meanwhile, Stewie tries to cope when Lois weans him from her breast milk.
23 73 "Deep Throats" April 9, 2006 4ACX26
Brian tries to uncover the true motive of why Mayor West is dating his intern, Meg Griffin. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois start smoking marijuana in the hopes of finding musical inspiration.
24 74 "Peterotica" April 23, 2006 4ACX27
After reading an erotica book that he thought was bad, Peter writes a collection of his own, leading to Lois's father, Carter, to lose his money.
25 75 "You May Now Kiss the...Uh...Guy Who Receives" April 30, 2006 4ACX28
Mayor West tries to ban gay marriage to divert attention from a bad investment he made with the taxpayers' money, prompting Brian to fight for the right of his cousin Jasper to get married and Chris to protest against gay marriage so he can feel up a conservative girl.
27 77 "Untitled Griffin Family History" May 14, 2006 4ACX30
Meg is held captive by robbers during a burglary. Meanwhile, the rest of the family is stuck in a panic room and Peter tells stories of the many famous Griffins in the family.
28 78 "Stewie B. Goode (1)" May 21, 2006 4ACX05
After a near-death experience, Stewie tries to be nicer to his family and becomes an alcoholic. Meanwhile Peter gets a new job as an editorial reporter on the local news.
29 79 "Bango Was His Name Oh! (2)" May 21, 2006 4ACX06
Stewie and Brian join Quagmire on a cross-country trip as Stewie searches for a man on TV he thinks is his father. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois try to help Chris and Meg get dates.
30 80 "Stu and Stewie's Excellent Adventure (3)" May 21, 2006 4ACX07
Stewie goes 30 years into the future with his future self, Stu, who has given up his plans on world domination and killing Lois for a blue collar job.

Season 5: 2006-2007[edit]

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. code
4 84 "Saving Private Brian" November 5, 2006 4ACX34
Stewie signs himself and Brian up to join the military, where they go through Boot Camp and are ultimately sent to Iraq. Meanwhile, Chris joins a goth band as an after-school activity, though Peter and Lois grow increasingly concerned with the darker attitude he develops.

Season 6: 2007-2008[edit]

FOX celebrated the 100th episode as "Stewie Kills Lois". The differing episode for the 100th show can be explained by their not including the three episodes making up the DVD movie in their count, and by counting the hour-long season premiere Blue Harvest as two episodes.

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. code
6 104 "Padre de Familia" November 18, 2007 5ACX20
Peter takes so much pride in being an American citizen that he starts an anti-immigrant campaign in town—until he discovers that he himself is actually an illegal immigrant born in Mexico. Unable to prove or obtain his citizenship, he loses his job and must work at his father-in-law Carter's estate as a servant.
7 105 "Peter's Daughter" November 25, 2007 5ACX21
After recovering from a coma, Meg finds herself interested in a med student who treats her at the hospital. Peter, however, who has grown protective of her during her stasis, feels very uncomfortable with her new boyfriend. Meanwhile, Brian and Stewie buy and plan to renovate a dilapidated house.
8 106 "McStroke" January 13, 2008 5ACX19
Peter accepts an offer of unlimited burgers at a local fast food restaurant, though he suffers a stroke after eating too many. After recovering, Peter strives to expose the evils of the company with the help of a talking cow. Meanwhile, Stewie tries to become the most popular boy at James Woods High School.
11 109 "The Former Life of Brian" April 27, 2008 6ACX04
Brian discovers that he is the illegitimate father of an old flame's unruly son, who is dropped off at the Griffins' house so Brian can raise him. After the two warm up to each other, Brian manages to turn the boy's life in the right direction, though he himself becomes a bit self-centered.
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Known plots[edit]

  • Brian starts to show his age and the Griffins get a new dog in ("The Man With Two Brians").
  • Peter believes he's a pirate; this episode will include a five-minute scene involving Peter trying to pick something up("Long John Peter").
  • Mort Goldman travels to Nazi Germany and needs to be rescued by Stewie and Brian ("Road to Germany").
  • Bonnie Swanson finally gives birth;James Woods returns("The Juice Is Loose").
  • An episode will be broken into three segments, each based on a Stephen King novel; one segment will be based on Misery and will star Stewie and Brian ("Three Kings").[1]
  • A sequel to the episode Blue Harvest is in production, which is expected to retell Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. It is very likely that the show's characters will reprise their roles from the previous episode Blue Harvest.("Something,Something,Something Dark Side").[2]
  • Stewie will kidnap the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation, who will guest star as themselves. It is currently unknown if it will be similar to the episode of Futurama that featured the cast of the original series: "Where No Fan Has Gone Before"in("Not All Dogs Go To Heaven").[3]
  • In("Ancorwoman:The Legand OfLois Griffin"),Lois will get a news job on Channel 5 Fox.

Movies[edit]

# Title Original airdate
1 "Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story" September 27, 2005

Stewie decides to end his plans for world domination after a near-death experience prompts him to act nicer to his family. Later, Stewie sees a man who bears a striking resemblance to him and is convinced that this man is his real father. He then sets out with Brian on a cross-country adventure to find the man who, once he is found, reveals to Stewie a startling secret.

The film was split in three parts and altered for television forming the episodes Stewie B. Goode, Bango Was His Name Oh!, and Stu & Stewie's Excellent Adventure.

Specials[edit]

Title Original airdate
"The Family Guy 100th Episode Special[4]" November 4, 2007
This special celebrates the side-splitting irreverent humor of the animated series Family Guy by taking a look back at some of the funniest moments, satirical spoofs and music numbers of the past 100 episodes and features interviews hosted by Seth MacFarlane.

Web Episodes: 2007[edit]

The following is an episode guide to Up Late with Stewie & Brian, which is available on MySpace in 10 minute segments to be released periodically.[5]

# Title Original airdate
1 "Up Late with Stewie and Brian" February 25, 2007
Guests: Rob Corddry

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  1. ^ canning, Robert (July 29, 2007). "The Force is With Family Guy". IGN. Retrieved 2007-10-13.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. ^ Cite error: The named reference clan was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  3. ^ Wooten, Amy (September 12, 2007). "Mila Kunis: All in the 'Family'". Windy City Times. Retrieved 2007-11-25.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  4. ^ http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news.aspx?date=10/08/07&id=20071008fox01
  5. ^ http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=2010460667