Roger and Francine discover an alien in the woods, and Roger capriciously has a one-night relationship with her before being fed up with her quirks. He tries to get rid of her by calling the CIA, but then realizes that he can’t go through with it.
Roger movies in with Greg and Terry.
A year after Jeff’s abduction, Hayley is still heartbroken, until she meets Millionaire Matt Davis, who may be able to help her move forward. Things are going great, until Steve and Snot catch a signal on a CB radio – Jeff’s alive in space and trying to make it back to Hayley.
Hayley starts an internship at a local news station working for a Nancy Grace-type reporter, who happens to be Roger in disguise.
Stan is fired from the CIA in a round of budget cuts, but since his 20 years of work experience are classified and hidden from his “permanent record”, the only job he’s able to land is at the local grocery store where Steve is the manager. Meanwhile, Roger bets an annoying coffee shop musician that he can outplay him in one week. To accomplish his goal, he enters into a Faustian bargain with Lorenzo, a guitar-instructing infomercial host.
Stan’s co-workers at the CIA teach him about “rubbernecking,” the art of checking out other women on the sly, away from the gaze of their wives. But when Stan causes a massive accident in an attempt to take a picture of an attractive jogger, he’s interviewed by an intimidating insurance inspector who may rat out Stan to Francine. Meanwhile, Roger and Klaus spill wine on the Smiths’ brand new couch, and vow never to tell the other family members by sitting on the stained spot for the rest of their lives.
Stan fears that Hayley has no life skills, so he forces her to take a job as a bartender in Roger’s attic haunt. However, when Bullock (guest voice Patrick Stewart) becomes Hayley’s best customer, Stan realizes that he can use his daughter’s knowledge to get ahead at work.
Stan attempts to infiltrate the “Occupy” movement, based on CIA intelligence that a leftist cell is planning a terrorist attack. But when he’s captured and returned home by a group of radicals, Hayley suspects her father may have been “turned.”
Stan takes an experimental drug that instantly turns him into a "woman.”
Stan is frustrated that Steve and his friends never play outside, but Francine refuses to let Stan take the kids to the woods for some outdoor fun. Of course, Stan finds a loophole, by drugging the kids and putting them on the CIA’s holodeck, which, naturally, goes awry. Meanwhile, Hayley buys Roger’s home star on the International Star Registry and claims she’s now his queen.
Roger forges a radical plan to help Steve date the hot girl at school Roger will switch faces with Steve “Face/Off”-style, seduce her, then tag Steve back in after she’s fallen for him. But, Roger soon decides he may actually want to keep her for himself. Meanwhile, Stan and Francine become “Charlie’s Angels”-type airline stewardesses to thwart an evil plan by Mark Cuban (guest-voicing as himself) to blow up the sun.
Stan mixes up his nighttime routine after his 100th kill, but mistakenly unleashes a “good” Stan in his sleep – Jekyll & Hyde-style – who’s hell-bent on pursuing all the good deeds that real Stan would never consider, and stopping him from ever killing again.
Francine is eager to re-live the Smith kids’ childhood theme park adventures on a family visit to “Familyland.” But, when the nefarious and cryogenically-frozen founder of the theme park, Roy Family, is mistakenly thawed, the Smiths find themselves prisoners of the medieval-themed park.
Roger suffers a horrific car crash as he tries to take a picture of his crotch on a traffic speed cam, and when he wakes up from his coma, he starts to have Dead Zone-esque visions of the future, saving the Smiths from a terrible fire. But, Roger’s abuse of his newfound powers soon draws the ire of his fellow family members and the Smith’s must learn to cope with the uncertainty of the future.
When Steve starts acting like a spoiled brat during the holidays, Stan takes him to see his incarcerated Grandpa Jack, who tells him the story of how he caught Minstrel Krampus (guest voice Glover), a legendary demon who punishes naughty children on Christmas. Stan decides that releasing Krampus is the only way to straighten out Steve’s attitude. But when Krampus kidnaps Steve, it’s up to Stan and Roger to get him back. Meanwhile, Hayley gets a job at the airport, but quickly realizes that she might not be cut out for customer service.
In this “Breaking Bad” parody, Hayley tries to fit in with a popular group of her former high school friends and, in the process, discovers Steve has an amazing ability to create incredibly realistic fake IDs. Sensing a business opportunity, Hayley builds out Steve’s operation, but they don’t count on having to deal with the other kingpin of the Langley Falls fake ID game: Kevin Ramage.
Does your dad utter crap too?
Check out these highlights from the American Dad panel at Comic-Con 2011!
Everyone is hungover on Ash Wednesday
It's like you're saying God picked the wrong color.
Klaus tells Stan that Roger will lactate more if he eats.
Stan and Roger act out in the church Christmas play.
Moderator Chris Hardwick vainly attempts to find out if the series was initially created due to the belief that "Family Guy" was being cancelled. The panel talks about Scott Grimes's "Livin' on the Run" LP and Scott demonstrates his voice acting skills.
Check out this exclusive clip from the 'American Dad' Volume 7 DVD.
The nefarious and cryogenically-frozen "Familyland" founder, Roy Family (guest voice John Veiner), is mistakenly thawed and decides to trap everyone in the park.
Roger takes on many roles this season, including the owner of an elite exclusive daycare that strives for diversity.
God asks the president to stop referring to him in his speeches.
George Clooney falls in love with Francine when he spots her playing golf.
Previously on American Dad, Jeff is abducted by aliens thanks to Roger.
Stan gets mad at Roger for not wearing clothes
Stan accidentally sends Steve to a refugee camp, instead of to a summer camp.
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