Season Cast 67

  1. Seth MacFarlane
  2. Alex Borstein
  3. Mila Kunis
  4. Seth Green
  5. Lori Alan

    Lori Alan

    (14 Episodes)

  6. Patrick Warburton

    Patrick Warburton

    (8 Episodes)

  7. Wally Wingert

    Wally Wingert

    (8 Episodes)

  8. Nicole Sullivan

    Nicole Sullivan

    (4 Episodes)

  9. Phil LaMarr

    Phil LaMarr

    (4 Episodes)

  10. Carlos Alazraqui

    Carlos Alazraqui

    (3 Episodes)

  11. Tara Strong

    Tara Strong

    (3 Episodes)

  12. Kevin Michael Richardson
  13. Gary Cole

    Gary Cole

    (3 Episodes)

  14. Jennifer Tilly

    Jennifer Tilly

    (3 Episodes)

  15. Rachael MacFarlane

    Rachael MacFarlane

    (3 Episodes)

  16. Mary Kay Bergman

    Mary Kay Bergman

    (2 Episodes)

  17. Debra Wilson

    Debra Wilson

    (2 Episodes)

  18. Fairuza Balk

    Fairuza Balk

    (2 Episodes)

  19. Candice Bergen

    Candice Bergen

    (2 Episodes)

  20. Victoria Principal

    Victoria Principal

    (2 Episodes)

  21. Haley Joel Osment

    Haley Joel Osment

    (2 Episodes)

  22. Dwight Schultz

    Dwight Schultz

    (2 Episodes)

  23. Sam Waterston

    Sam Waterston

    (2 Episodes)

  24. Patrick Bristow

    Patrick Bristow

    (2 Episodes)

  25. Adam West

    Adam West

    (2 Episodes)

  26. Faith Ford

    Faith Ford

    (2 Episodes)

  27. Joey Slotnick

    Joey Slotnick

    (2 Episodes)

  28. Mike Barker

    Mike Barker

    (2 Episodes)

  29. Fred Tatasciore

    Fred Tatasciore

    (2 Episodes)

  30. Jay Mohr

    Jay Mohr

    (2 Episodes)

  31. Mo Collins

    Mo Collins

    (1 Episode)

  32. Adam Carolla

    Adam Carolla

    (1 Episode)

  33. Tom Kenny

    Tom Kenny

    (1 Episode)

  34. Dee Bradley Baker

    Dee Bradley Baker

    (1 Episode)

  35. Norm Macdonald

    Norm Macdonald

    (1 Episode)

  36. Jon Cryer

    Jon Cryer

    (1 Episode)

  37. Patrick Duffy

    Patrick Duffy

    (1 Episode)

  38. Shawn Pyfrom

    Shawn Pyfrom

    (1 Episode)

  39. Martin Mull

    Martin Mull

    (1 Episode)

  40. Gregory Jbara

    Gregory Jbara

    (1 Episode)

  41. Brian Doyle-Murray

    Brian Doyle-Murray

    (1 Episode)

  42. Lee Majors

    Lee Majors

    (1 Episode)

  43. Charles Durning

    Charles Durning

    (1 Episode)

  44. Luke Perry

    Luke Perry

    (1 Episode)

  45. Robert Costanzo

    Robert Costanzo

    (1 Episode)

  46. Michael McKean

    Michael McKean

    (1 Episode)

  47. Joe Regalbuto

    Joe Regalbuto

    (1 Episode)

  48. Camryn Manheim

    Camryn Manheim

    (1 Episode)

  49. Robin Leach

    (1 Episode)

  50. Karen Black

    Karen Black

    (1 Episode)

  51. Will Ferrell

    Will Ferrell

    (1 Episode)

  52. Gregg Allman

    Gregg Allman

    (1 Episode)

  53. Charles Kimbrough

    Charles Kimbrough

    (1 Episode)

  54. Lisa Wilhoit

    Lisa Wilhoit

    (1 Episode)

  55. Michael Chiklis

    Michael Chiklis

    (1 Episode)

  56. Florence Stanley

    Florence Stanley

    (1 Episode)

  57. James Carville

    James Carville

    (1 Episode)

  58. Chevy Chase

    Chevy Chase

    (1 Episode)

  59. Alan King

    Alan King

    (1 Episode)

  60. Jack Sheldon

    Jack Sheldon

    (1 Episode)

  61. Olivia Hack

    (1 Episode)

  62. Jonathan Osser

    Jonathan Osser

    (1 Episode)

  63. Kate Moss

    Kate Moss

    (1 Episode)

  64. Calvin Klein

    (1 Episode)

  65. Will Sasso

    Will Sasso

    (1 Episode)

  66. Julia Sweeney

    Julia Sweeney

    (1 Episode)

  67. Jack Perkins

    Jack Perkins

    Himself (1 Episode)

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Season Crew 45

Directing

  1. Monte Young

    Director (3 Episodes)

  2. Gavin Dell

    Director (2 Episodes)

  3. Scott Wood

    Director (2 Episodes)

  4. Jack Dyer

    Director (2 Episodes)

  5. Bert Ring

    Director (2 Episodes)

  6. Glen Hill

    Director (2 Episodes)

  7. Rob Renzetti

    Director (1 Episode)

  8. John Holmquist

    Director (1 Episode)

  9. Jeff Myers

    Jeff Myers

    Director (1 Episode)

  10. Bob Jaques

    Bob Jaques

    Director (1 Episode)

  11. Dan Povenmire

    Dan Povenmire

    Director (1 Episode)

  12. Neil Affleck

    Director (1 Episode)

Writing

  1. Chris Sheridan

    Chris Sheridan

    Writer (4 Episodes)

  2. Matt Weitzman

    Writer (4 Episodes)

  3. Mike Barker

    Mike Barker

    Writer (4 Episodes)

  4. Craig Hoffman

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  5. Neil Goldman

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  6. Garrett Donovan

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  7. Gary Janetti

    Gary Janetti

    Writer (2 Episodes)

  8. Ricky Blitt

    Writer (2 Episodes)

  9. Steve Callaghan

    Steve Callaghan

    Writer (1 Episode)

  10. Mike Henry

    Mike Henry

    Staff Writer (1 Episode)

  11. Bobby Bowman

    Writer (1 Episode)

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Episodes 21

September 23, 1999

Lois' Aunt dies and leaves her the Cherrywood Mansion. The family moves in to the new mansion in Newport only to lose their fortune after Peter makes an extravagant purchase at a charity auction.

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2
7.0

Holy Crap

September 30, 1999

Peter's very religious father comes to live with the family after he is forced to retire from his lifelong job at the Mill.

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8.0

Da Boom

December 26, 1999

Peter, who is concerned that the world is about to end becase of Y2K, convinces the family into canceling all their New Year's Eve plans. After bombs destroy everything, the Griffins set off to a Twinkie factory in Natick.

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March 7, 2000

Lois suspects Stewie is the one creating all the pee stains around the house, so she decides to potty-train him. When an incident in the supermarket reveals that Brian is the one responsible, he goes to see a therapist. Brian finds out that his love of Lois is causing his accidents, so he decides to confront her.

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March 14, 2000

When Spooner Street ends up winning the float contest in the Harvest Day parade, a street-wide war breaks out over custody of the trophy. Meanwhile, to raise big money for a new Prada handbag, Meg gets a job at a pancake house, where she pretends that Stewie is her illegitimate crack addicted baby. Child services investigates and soon finds the Griffin home unsuitable for a baby, and take Stewie to a foster home. The residents of Spooner Street declare peace, and decide to rescue Stewie.

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March 21, 2000

When Peter tries to get out of paying a doctors bill by faking his own death, he is visited by Death himself, who wants to take Peter away. After Death twists his ankle while chasing Peter, everyone on Earth becomes immortal while death is incapacitated.

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March 28, 2000

When Lois become the director of the Quahog Players production of “The King and I” Peter wants a part. He finds himself in the Producer’s Chair and starts to make some “artistic changes” to the script that involve scantily-clad women and cyborgs.

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March 28, 2000

Forced to go to a women’s retreat for telling sexist jokes at work, Peter resists the idea at first. After two weeks, however, Peter becomes a sensitive male. No one likes the new Peter, especially Lois. While attending a charity dinner, Lois does something that snaps Peter out of his feminine phase.

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April 4, 2000

To get a favorite show back on the air, Peter convinces the “Make-a-Dream Come True” foundation that Chris is dying. The scam leads to Peter “magically healing” Chris and some people begin to worship him.

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8.0

Running Mates

April 11, 2000

When Lois decides to run for the local school board, Peter runs against her in effort to get his favorite teacher reinstated. Peter and his supporters start a negative campaign against Lois, including a bunch of lies and even sexy pictures of her. Peter's mudslinging works and he is elected. Peter starts some strange policies, including armed robots taking over for hall monitors. The new policies backfire after Chris is caught bringing inappropriate magazines to school. Peter must then think of a way to get Lois back and regain his reputation with the town of Quahog.

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April 18, 2000

Peter runs into a former classmate of his while at the amusement park that the classmate founded. Contemplating his own legacy, Peter starts to think about his future. Chris gives Peter a painting that he painted in order to cheer Peter up, but Peter ends up selling it to a New York art gallery for $5,000. Realizing that Chris might be his only hope to have a lasting legacy, Peter pushes Chris to follow his dream of becoming an artist. The family then moves to New York so Chris can become famous.

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April 25, 2000

Meg's slumber party is ruined by her family. She is sick of being embarrassed by them and secretly books the family on a talk show. Intrigued by their story, a network executive gets Peter to sign the family up to be on a reality show. Things quickly go awry, and the Griffins want out of the contract. However, the network owns their namesake, and the family is eventually replaced.

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May 30, 2000

When Brian offers to pick up Stewie from his Grandma and Grandpa's house, they miss their plane back and go on a cross-country journey back home. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois attempt to rekindle their relationship with some marriage videos.

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June 6, 2000

A plane smuggling psychedelic toads from Columbia crashes in Quahog, and toad-licked becomes the new drug of choice in the Quahog high school. Peter infiltrates the high school undercover as a cool kid named Lando Griffin, and is successful in convincing all the kids to quit licking toads. Meg is trying to gain popularity so that a cool kid will ask her to the prom, and decides to go with Peter since he's established himself as an incredibly cool person. However, Peter can't help living out his own fantasies of being the coolest kid in school, and can't say no when the most popular girl in school asks him to the prom, so Peter ditches Meg. Peter and his date are chosen as king and queen of the prom, but Peter is suddenly feeling nothing but guilt. He tells the whole school that Meg broke his heart by dumping him, and makes it look like high school persona was killed after driving his motorcycle over a cliff.

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15
7.8

Dammit Janet!

June 13, 2000

Lois fears that Stewie needs to learn how to be social, so she sends him off to pre-school, where he falls in love with Janet, a girl who likes his cookies. Meanwhile, Lois becomes a flight attendant, and Peter takes advantage of the free flights.

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June 27, 2000

After the mob helps Peter with destroying his new beat up car, so he can get another new car, he must repay his debt to the mob by taking The Don's nephew, Big Fat Paulie, to the movies. Peter informs Paulie that they can't hang out anymore because of Lois, a misunderstanding that leads Paulie to believe that Peter wants Lois killed.

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June 27, 2000

Due to Brian's embarrassing flea problem, the Griffin's move into a hotel while the house if fumigated. Lois and Peter soon discover that Chris has been skipping gym class because he's self-conscious about his body. Peter tries to talk Chris into getting liposuction, while Lois starts preparing him special low fat meals. Stewie starts taunting Chris by eating everything in sight, and starts packing on the baby fat. Even though Chris isn't up for surgery, Peter decides to go for it. The new, svelte Peter has Lois all hot and bothered. Peter loves the results of his lipo and decides to have some work done on his face. The new, handsome Peter starts getting all sorts of special treatment: at the gym, at the grocery store, even from total strangers. Lois doesn't like the new Peter's attitude, especially when he joins "The Beautiful People's Club." Karma catches up to Peter while he's on his way to the club. Unable to take his eyes off himself, Peter plunges his car over a cliff. The nasty fall - and subsequent crash-landing into a large vat of lard - leaves him horribly disfigured (ie: back to normal).

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July 12, 2000

The town zoning laws won't allow Peter to build a pool in his yard. When he tries to get a permit, he discovers that his property is actually not part of Quahog, and therefore not part of the United States. Armed with this new information, Peter makes his land his own country, calling it Petoria. When Peter gets no respect in the United Nation, he decides to invade Joe's pool, which brings the U.S. Army to his border. The Griffins can only survive so long without water, electricity, heat, or access to the United States, and finally, Lois and the kids leave President Peter, along with Brian, to his third-world country. Peter finally repatriates only a week after seceding.

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July 18, 2000

After an interview at Brown University, Meg realizes she needs more extra-curricular activities to gain entrance to this prestigious school. She joins every club and even tries cheerleading, but fails miserably at them all. Finally, she decides to join the school newspaper. Her journalism career goes nowhere, until Peter fabricates a story regarding actor Luke Perry. Peter writes a gossipy article, but uses Meg's byline. When the article is published it creates a sensation, because Peter claimed Luke Perry was gay. Meg and Peter soon become embroiled in a headline-grabbing lawsuit when Luke sues them for defamation of character.

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8.2

Wasted Talent

July 25, 2000

In homage to “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”, a local brewery has a contest offering tours of the plant to whoever finds a scroll placed in their beer. Lois’ prodigy piano student, Ling, drops from an upcoming competition leaving Lois at a loss, until Peter comes home drunk and sits down at the piano.

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7.8

Fore Father

August 1, 2000

After a father-son camping trip, Peter realizes how irresponsible Chris is after raccoons steal their food and their car. Back at home, Peter gets Chris a job at the local golf course to try and teach him to be more responsible. Chris is content to just pick up golf balls, until he discovers that Peter has entered the father-son golf tournament, with Cleveland Jr.! Discouraged that Peter is focusing all his attention on Cleveland Jr., Chris rebels by hanging out with Quagmire at strip clubs. Ultimately, Cleveland Jr. abandons Peter who recruits Chris at the last minute. However, when they lose, Peter must deal with an angry group of gamblers who put money on Cleveland Jr. Despite all the recent heartache, Chris gives his dad his first paycheck in order to save his butt!

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