In Seth MacFarlane's Family Guy: Volume Eleven, 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 23 new episodes from Season 10. Peter is up to his usual shenanigans when he blows his savings on lottery tickets. The shocking surprise comes when they end up millionaires, but in true Griffin fashion, they have a hard time handling the good fortune. Meg finally goes off the deep end when the family takes one too many jabs at her and then on her 18th birthday Quagmire tries to get giggity with her. Brian and Stewie are beside themselves when they travel back in time to the show's pilot episode. Peter and Chris head off to fat camp and encounter a serial killer with a taste for overweight kids. Stewie finally meets a girl who is just as precocious as he is, and it turns out that they have much in common including a love of advanced weaponry. And the angry Giant Chicken is back leading to another painful encounter for Peter. Celebrity guest voices include Cate Blanchett, Ricky Gervais, Ellen Page and Ryan Reynolds.
Special features include audio commentary, deleted scenes, scene animatics, audio outtakes with Ricky Gervais, Ron MacFarlane reads viewer mail and two featurettes: "Fishin' Around With Ricky Gervais" and "Looking Back to the Pilot".
Family Guy: Season 12 premieres on FOX on Sunday, September 29, 2013 at 9/8c.
- “Lottery Fever” - Peter blows his savings on lottery tickets and the family writes it off as one of his usual shenanigans until they end up millionaires. In true Griffin fashion, they can’t handle the good fortune and struggle to stay grounded.
- “Seahorse Seashell Party” - When a storm hits in Quahog, to help pass the time and calm his nerves, Brian consumes some questionable substances and has trouble sobering up. Meanwhile, Meg goes off the deep end after the family takes one too many jabs at her.
- “Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q - Quagmire lands in the hospital and his sister, Brenda, and her boyfriend, Jeff, rush to Quahog to nurse him back to health. As Quagmire recovers, he quickly realizes that Brenda is the one who needs help.
- “Stewie Goes for a Drive” - Ryan Reynolds pays a visit to Quahog and becomes obsessed with Peter. Meanwhile, Stewie tries to be a big boy and steals the family car for a joyride but lands in a bit of trouble.
- “Back to the Pilot” - Brian and Stewie travel back in time to the pilot episode of Family Guy to change history, and then to change history again.
- “Thanksgiving” - During Thanksgiving dinner, to everyone's surprise, Kevin Swanson returns home.
- “Amish Guy” - On the return from an adventurous day at an amusement park, the Griffins’ car breaks down in Amish country and they are stranded with no way out. When Meg falls for an Amish boy, the Griffins then find themselves in a crusade against the conservative locals.
- “Cool Hand Peter” - Peter and the guys take a stand against their wives and flee to the Deep South on a road trip. On their Deep South road trip, Peter and the guys earn a one-way ticket to jail, then decide to make a run for it.
- “Grumpy Old Man” - It’s winter in Quahog, and Lois’ parents take Stewie away on a trip. But when Carter falls asleep at the wheel, the family decides it might be time for him to retire. Peter and Lois take the clan to Florida to check out some fine retirement communities, but Carter refuses to go down without a fight.
- “Meg & Quagmire” - Quagmire shows interest in Meg on her 18th birthday.
- “The Blind Side” - Brian starts dating a blind girl and things get a little dicey when she divulges that she hates dogs. Meanwhile, the Griffin family installs a new staircase in their home when Peter keeps falling on the old one and decides to live upstairs full-time.
- “Livin’ On a Prayer” - When Stewie’s new best friend falls ill, Lois takes him to the hospital where she finds out he has a critical, but treatable, disease. However, the boy’s parents refuse treatment due to their religious beliefs, leaving Lois no choice but to take drastic measures to seek treatment for the boy herself.
- “Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream” - When Peter decides to become a famous actor, he becomes Tom Tucker’s agent as his first step toward stardom but things don't go as planned when an old acquainted shows up. Meanwhile, Chris dates a girl who looks disturbingly like a member of the Griffin household.
- “Be Careful What You Fish For” - When Peter and the guys try to salvage a sunken Mercedes-Benz, Peter half-heartedly promises a favor to a helpful dolphin named Billy Finn. When Billy shows up at Peter's door looking for a place to stay after his wife throws him out, he reluctantly lets him stay. After a few days, Peter finally tires of his new house guest and tries to reunite Billy with his wife. Meanwhile Stewie tells Brian about his abusive nursery school teacher but Brian is reluctant to take action when she turns out to be someone he wants to date.
- “Burning Down the Bayit” - Overwhelmed with financial troubles, Mort asks Peter and Quagmire to help him save his pharmacy. However, things take a turn for the worse when the trio decides to burn it down to collect insurance money.
- “Killer Queen” - When Peter and Chris go away to fat camp, they cross paths with a serial killer who targets overweight kids. Meanwhile, Stewie is traumatized by the frightening cover of a Queen album.
- “Forget-Me-Not” - When a seemingly innocent guy’s night out takes a sudden turn, Peter, Joe, Brian and Quagmire wake up in a hospital and discover that their memories have been erased and Quahog has been deserted.
- “ You Can’t Do That On Television, Peter” - After Peter’s favorite children’s television show gets cancelled, he takes matters into his own hands by creating and starring in his own show for kids. Meanwhile, Meg begins an internship at the hospital with Dr. Hartman.
- “Mr. and Mrs. Stewie” - Stewie meets a girl who's just as precocious as he is, and it turns out that they have much in common including a love of advanced weaponry. Meanwhile, Lois is tired of being crushed in bed by the sleeping Peter, so she gets twin beds. This upsets Peter, who needs to cuddle to fall asleep.
- “Leggo My Meg-O” - Meg takes a solo trip across Europe but after she's kidnapped, Brian & Stewie travel abroad to save her.
- “Tea Peter” - When Peter's business is shut down by city hall, he joins the Tea Party and successfully shuts down the government. Meanwhile, Carter reaps the benefits with all the chaos in Quahog.
- “Family Guy Viewer Mail #2” - Stewie & Brian present another round of viewer inspired segments.
- “Internal Affairs” - With Peter's encouragement, Joe has an affair on Bonnie, but when she insists on a divorce, Lois forces Peter to get them back together. Meanwhile Peter meets up with an old foe.
- 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)
- Scene Animatic from “Seahorse Seashell Party” with Side-by-Side Commentary
- Looking Back to the Pilot
- Full Episode Animatic from “Back to the Pilot”
- Fishin' Around With Ricky Gervais
- Audio Outtakes With Ricky Gervais
- Ron MacFarlane Reads Viewer Mail
- Scene Animatic from “Family Guy Viewer Mail #2” with Side-by-Side Commentary
- Deleted Scenes
- Audio Commentary
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