In Seth MacFarlane's Family Guy: Volume Twelve, the dysfunctional Griffin family, consisting of father Peter, mother Lois, son Chris, daughter Meg, baby Stewie and pet dog Brian, return to entertain us with more hilarious uncensored episodes. Joining them are sexaholic Glenn Quagmire, Joe and Bonnie Swanson and all your Quahog favorites.
Tons of laughs await in Season 11 which celebrates Family Guy’s milestone 200th episode. The season kicks off with the Griffins climbing Mount Everest. Then Lois has a mid-life crisis and Meg crushes on a boy who turns out to be gay -- preferring the company of her brother Chris. Brian and Stewie expose Carter Pewterschmidt and his drug company after learning they developed the cure for cancer but kept it from the public to maximize profits. In the 200th episode, Brian accidentally causes Stewie’s time machine to run afoul, threatening to erase Stewie’s existence. On a visit to Harvard University, Quagmire accidentally hitches with a prostitute and tries to get out of the marriage by pretending he and Peter are lovers. When the Griffins are strapped for cash, Lois gets a job at an adults-only phone line and shenanigans erupt when Peter phones in. Scandal hits Quahog when Mayor West is brought on trial for murder and Peter buys a farm to get away from the city’s rising crime -- becoming a meth dealer! May the odds forever be in Brian and Stewie's favor when they mess with the transporter for their Vegas trip, creating clones of themselves. And just in time for the holidays, it isn’t a Griffin Christmas without Peter telling his own version of the Nativity.
Celebrity guest voices include Johnny Depp, Jon Hamm, Sofia Vergara, J. J. Abrams, Mark Burnett, Dick Wolf, Elizabeth Banks, Sandra Bernhard, Dan Castellaneta, Sharon Osbourne, Christina Milian, Sean Bean and more.
Special features include audio commentaries, deleted scenes, “200 Episodes Later” featurette, 200th Episode Table, scene animatics from “Into Fat Air” and “Total Recall” with side-by-side commentary, full episode animatic from “Space Cadet” and Comic-Con Panel.
Family Guy: Season 12 airs on FOX on Sundays at 9/8c.
- “Into Fat Air” - In the Season 11 premiere, the Griffins attempt to conquer Mount Everest after competitive friends mention they plan to scale the legendary peak. Things, however, are not looking up for the Griffins, as a wicked storm leaves them pinned down on the side of the mountain.
- “Ratings Guy” - The Griffins are selected to have their television-viewing habits monitored, but Peter gets carried away when he tries to take over the airwaves.
- “The Old Man and the Big C” - When Brian learns that Carter Pewterschmidt's drug company has developed a cure for cancer but is keeping it from the public to maximize profits, he and Stewie attempt to expose the pharmaceutical bigwig. Later, Quagmire reveals a big secret.
- “Yug Ylimaf” - In the 200th episode of the series, Brian accidentally causes Stewie's time machine to run in reverse. To keep it from going all the way back to before Stewie was born, the two of them need to get it to progress forward in time.
- “Joe’s Revenge” - The gunman who shot Joe and put him in a wheelchair escapes, so Quagmire and Peter join Joe to track him down.
- “Lois Comes Out of Her Shell” - A midlife crisis leads to Lois adopting a wild new persona, and Peter struggles to keep up with her. Meanwhile, Stewie's new pet, a turtle he found in the park, turns out to have an evil side and is bent on ruining Stewie's life.
- “Friends Without Benefits” - Meg finally works up the courage to ask out her crush, Kent, who unfortunately for her, turns out to be gay. But when she learns he's taken a liking to Chris, Meg uses her brother to ingratiate herself with Kent.
- “Jesus, Mary and Joseph!” - It's Christmas time again and Peter tells his own version of the Nativity.
- “Space Cadet” - Peter and Lois send Chris to space camp in an effort to boost his self-esteem, but when the Griffins go to pick him up at the end of his stay, they are accidentally blasted into outer space, and it falls to Chris to get them safely back on Earth.
- “Brian’s Play” - Brian writes a play that’s a hit in Quahog, but his confidence is shaken when he reads a play Stewie wrote that’s much better than his. Soon, Stewie’s work is Broadway-bound, causing a rift between the two.
- “The Giggity Wife” - On a visit to Harvard University, Quagmire accidentally marries a prostitute, and in an attempt to get out of the marriage, he pretends that he and Peter are actually lovers.
- “Valentine’s Day in Quahog” - Valentine's Day proves promising for the residents of Quahog as Meg hits it off with a guy she met on the Internet, Stewie's time machine transports him to the 1960s, where he falls for a young lady, and Peter and Lois spend the day in bed. Meanwhile, Brian is visited by a bevy of old girlfriends who help him get in touch with his feminine side.
- “Chris Cross” - Unable to foot the bill for new sneakers, Chris lifts some cash from Lois' purse, but is caught red-handed by Meg, who then blackmails him into doing all her chores in exchange for not turning him in. Chris is soon fed up with the arrangement and takes off to live with Herbert. Meanwhile, Brian and Stewie, obsessed with singer Anne Murray's hit "Snowbird," set out to find her and learn the true meaning behind the tune.
- “Call Girl” - When financial woes compel Lois to get a job, she's discovered by a voice-over talent agent who hires her for a well-paying gig at an adults-only phone line, where she's rather surprised when one of her callers turns out to be Peter.
- “Turban Cowboy” - A skydiving accident lands Peter in the hospital, where he befriends a guy named Mahmoud who convinces him to convert to Islam, but Quagmire and Joe suspect that Mahmoud has ulterior motives.
- “12 and a Half Angry Men” - A bloody murder occurs at Mayor West’s mansion, and he is the prime suspect. The mayor is put on trial, and it is up to the citizens of Quahog to determine if he is guilty or not.
- “Bigfat” - After Peter, Quagmire and Joe's plane crashes in the Canadian wilderness, Peter goes for help, but gets lost for two months and turns into an unintelligible feral creature, who upon rescue must learn to reacclimate himself into society.
- “Total Recall” - Stewie will stop at nothing to get back his beloved teddy bear after it is recalled, while an ailing Peter is unable to compete in a bowling tournament, so Lois fills in. However, she bonds a little too tightly with the team, and Peter turns jealous.
- “Save the Clam” - Peter, Quagmire and Joe rally to save their favorite bar when it is shut down after the owner is killed, while Meg takes an after-school job at a funeral parlor.
- “Farmer Guy” - When a heightened crime rate strikes the Griffin house with a break in, Peter moves the family to a farm. Struggling financially, they discover a meth lab in their basement -- deciding there's only one way to save the farm.
- “Roads to Vegas” - Stewie and Brian hop in the time machine and head for Las Vegas, but Stewie’s experimental transporter malfunctions creating an alternate pair of Stewie & Brian leading to one pair having a great trip and the other having a bad one.
- “No Country Club for Old Men” - In the Season 11 finale, the Griffins receive an invite to join a posh country club when Chris make the acquaintance of the daughter of the owner of the Barrington Country Club. The Griffins are introduced to the new club lifestyle much to the chagrin of Carter, who eventually gets kicked out of Barrington. Afterward Peter agrees to help him get back in.
- Seth MacFarlane (Peter Griffin, Stewie Griffin, Brian Griffin, Quagmire, Tom Tucker and Carter Pewterschmidt, among others)
- Alex Borstein (Lois Griffin, Tricia Takanawa and Barbara Pewterschmidt, among others)
- Mila Kunis (Meg Griffin)
- Seth Green (Chris Griffin and Neil Goldman, among others)
- Mike Henry (Herbert, among others)
- Patrick Warburton (Joe Swanson)
- Deleted Scenes
- 200 Episodes Later
- 200th Episode Table
- Audio Commentary on "Yug Ylimaf"
- Audio Commentary on "Jesus, Mary and Joseph!"
- Audio Commentary on "Brian's Play"
- Audio Commentary on "Valentine's Day in Quahog"
- Audio Commentary on "Chris Cross"
- Audio Commentary on "Farmer Guy"
- Audio Commentary on "Roads to Vegas"
- Scene Animatic from "Into Fat Air" with Side-by-Side-Commentary
- Scene Animatic from "Total Recall" with Side-by-Side-Commentary
- Full Episode Animatic from Space Cadet
- Comic-Con Panel
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