List of Family Guy episodes

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The following list is an episode list for the FOX animated series Family Guy. The series premiered on January 31, 1999 and originally ended on February 14, 2002; however, after increasing numbers of DVD sales and an increasing amount of views on Adult Swim, the show resumed airing on May 1, 2005.

A direct-to-DVD feature length movie, Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story, was released on September 27, 2005. A spin-off series was broadcast, Up Late with Stewie & Brian.

Currently, the first five seasons and the first 8 episodes of season 6 are available on DVD in Regions 1, 2 and 4.


[edit] Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD volume DVD release date (R1)
1 7 1999 1 April 15, 2003
2 21 1999-2000
3 22 2001-2003 2 September 9, 2003
4 30 2005-2006 3 November 29, 2005
4 November 14, 2006
Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story September 27, 2005
5 18 2006-2007 5 September 18, 2007
6 October 21, 2008
6 12 2007-2008
Blue Harvest January 15, 2008
7 June 16, 2009[1]
7 16 2008-2009
8 -- 2009-2010 -- TBA

[edit] Season 1: 1999

# Total Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. code
1 1 "Death Has a Shadow" Peter Shin Seth MacFarlane January 31, 1999 1ACX01
Peter loses his job after drinking too much at a stag party and falling asleep at work. He signs on to welfare to keep Lois from finding out, but gets much more than he expected. Lois finds out anyway, so he tries to dump the money over the Super Bowl, but is arrested and must await his family's rescue. 
2 2 "I Never Met the Dead Man" Michael Dante DiMartino Chris Sheridan April 11, 1999 1ACX02
While teaching Meg how to drive, Peter crashes into a satellite dish and knocks out the city's cable. He begins to go crazy without TV, but finds a new life in outdoor activities, which drives the family crazy in turn. Meanwhile, Stewie plots to destroy the world's broccoli. 
3 3 "Chitty Chitty Death Bang" Dominic Polcino Danny Smith April 18, 1999 1ACX04
Peter allows Meg to attend a friend's party the same day as Stewie's first birthday, which upsets Lois. Little does Meg know that she is attending a cult party. The cult leader follows Peter when he picks up Meg, and is mistaken by Stewie as the doctor who he thinks is plotting to put him back in the womb. 
4 4 "Mind Over Murder" Roy Allen Smith Neil Goldman
Garrett Donovan
April 25, 1999 1ACX03
Peter punches a pregnant woman he thought was a man during a soccer game and ends up being placed under house arrest. Restless, Peter builds a bar in his basement where Lois ends up stealing the spotlight. Meanwhile, Stewie attempts to build a time machine to avoid the pain of teething, and experiences his first alcoholic misdemeanours. 
5 5 "A Hero Sits Next Door" Monte Young Matt Weitzman
Mike Barker
May 2, 1999 1ACX05
Peter is initially annoyed when Joe Swanson moves to Quahog with his family, but is forced to recruit him for his company's softball team before realizing he's a paraplegic. Nevertheless, Joe wins the game and the hearts of everyone else and becomes a hero, driving Peter to become a hero himself. 
6 6 "The Son Also Draws" Neil Affleck Ricky Blitt May 9, 1999 1ACX06
Peter takes the family to New York to reinstate Chris into the Youth Scouts after he is kicked out. But when Peter makes a pit stop at an Indian casino, Lois develops a gambling habit that costs her the family car, and Peter must go on a vision quest to prove his Native American blood and get it back. 
7 7 "Brian: Portrait of a Dog" Michael Dante DiMartino Gary Janetti May 16, 1999 1ACX07
Brian swallows his pride when Peter convinces him to join a dog show so they can win money for a new air conditioner. But after an argument over a trick gone bad, Brian realizes he's a second-class citizen and runs away from home, but his fight for his civil rights lands him in the pound on the death row. 

[edit] Season 2: 1999-2000

# Total Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. code
1 8 "Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater" Jeff Myers Chris Sheridan September 23, 1999 1ACX08
One of Lois' relatives passes away, leaving Lois and the rest of the family her posh summer mansion in a will. But when Peter becomes convinced that he is rich and ultimately bids $100 million at a charity auction, he must convince the landowners his house is valuable enough to trade instead. 
2 9 "Holy Crap" Neil Affleck Danny Smith September 30, 1999 1ACX11
Peter's devoutly religious, recently retired father Francis comes to visit, though he is intolerant of the others and makes life miserable for them; nevertheless, Peter tries to bond with him, since he had always been neglectful of his son. When all else fails, Peter resorts to kidnapping the Pope to settle their conflict. 
3 10 "Da Boom" Bob Jacques Neil Goldman
Garrett Donovan
December 26, 1999 2ACX06
In this dream episode, Peter's newly adopted fears of the Y2K bug are realized after he cancels his family's New Year's Eve plans. After the Y2K apocalypse the Griffins must find a Twinkie factory to survive and establish a new town. This episode features the first fight between Peter and Ernie. 
4 11 "Brian in Love" Jack Dyer Gary Janetti March 7, 2000 2ACX01
Stewie is being blamed for urinating all over the house and is forced to learn how to use the toilet, but when the culprit turns out to be Brian, Brian seeks therapy about his accidents and attempts to travel the world to find himself, only to learn that his deep feelings for Lois are the cause. 
5 12 "Love Thy Trophy" Jack Dyer Mike Barker
Matt Weitzman
March 14, 2000 1ACX13
The neighbors fight over a trophy won for the best parade float, and when it ends up getting stolen, everyone in town becomes a prime suspect. Meanwhile, Meg takes a job as a waitress at a pancake restaurant to earn money for a Prada bag, and claims that Stewie is her crack-addicted son for sympathy tips. 
6 13 "Death Is a Bitch" Michael Dante DiMartino Ricky Blitt March 21, 2000 1ACX14
Peter gets out of paying a hefty hospital bill by declaring that he's dead, only to get a surprise visit from Death himself. However, Death injures himself while chasing Peter and is unable to do his job, which makes everyone on Earth immortal, so Peter must stand in as the new Grim Reaper. 
7 14 "The King Is Dead" Monte Young Craig Hoffman March 28, 2000 1ACX15
Lois is appointed the director of Quahog's theatre company after the former director dies and attempts to produce The King and I. She appoints Peter as the producer to keep him out of her way, but his plans to recreate the play send him on a power trip that replaces her as the show's director. 
8 15 "I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar" Monte Young Chris Sheridan March 28, 2000 2ACX02
After telling a sexist joke at work, Peter is forced to go to a women's retreat camp and comes back acting sensitive and effeminate. Lois and the others become greatly disturbed by his new attitude, and when his condition worsens, they do everything in their power to restore his manhood. 
9 16 "If I'm Dyin', I'm Lyin'" Swinton O. Scott III Chris Sheridan April 4, 2000 1ACX12
When Peter and Chris' favorite TV show is cancelled, Peter pretends Chris is terminally ill and tells the "Grant-A-Dream Foundation" that his "final wish" is to get the show back on the air. When Chris doesn't die, however, Peter goes too far and declares himself to be a healer, starting his own religion. 
10 17 "Running Mates" John Holmquist Neil Goldman
Garrett Donovan
April 11, 2000 1ACX09
Lois runs for President of the Quahog School Board, but Peter runs against her so he can save the job of his favorite teacher, smearing Lois' image and winning by a landslide. But things take a turn for the worse when Chris is caught with pornography in school, so Peter must set all things right. 
11 18 "A Picture Is Worth a 1,000 Bucks" Gavin Dell Craig Hoffman April 18, 2000 2ACX07
Peter begins to fear that his name won't be remembered, and strives to start a legacy of his own. When he sells a painting Chris gave him to an art gallery, Peter discovers that he can use Chris' talents to fulfill this dream, taking the family to New York to see Chris become famous. 
12 19 "Fifteen Minutes of Shame" Scott Wood Steve Callaghan April 25, 2000 2ACX08
After being embarrassed by her family during her slumber party, Meg brings them on a daytime talk show out of revenge, where a TV producer turns the Griffins' dysfunctional life into a reality show. Things go awry and Meg abandons everyone while the family slowly becomes replaced on the show. 
13 20 "Road to Rhode Island" Dan Povenmire Gary Janetti May 30, 2000 2ACX12
Brian volunteers to bring Stewie home from his grandparents' house in California, but the two miss their plane and must travel on foot for a cross-country journey back home. Meanwhile, Peter becomes addicted to watching a collection of marriage counseling videos hosted by a porn star. 
14 21 "Let's Go to the Hop" Glen Hill Matt Weitzman
Mike Barker
June 6, 2000 2ACX04
Peter goes undercover as a high school student to kick youths off the habit of toad licking, making him extremely popular in Meg's school. Meg asks her dad out to the upcoming school dance in the hopes of becoming popular herself, but Peter chooses to go out with popular Connie D'Amico instead. 
15 22 "Dammit Janet!" Bert Ring Matt Weitzman
Mike Barker
June 13, 2000 2ACX09
Stewie is sent off to daycare to learn social skills where he falls in love with a girl named Janet. Meanwhile, Lois begins wishing that her life were more exciting, so she gets a job as a flight attendant at Peter's request, who exploits Lois' job position as a means to get free travel for himself. 
16 23 "There's Something About Paulie" Monte Young Ricky Blitt June 27, 2000 1ACX10
Peter befriends a mob boss's nephew, Big Fat Paulie, while paying off a debt. But when he says that Lois doesn't want them to hang out anymore, Paulie misinterprets the situation and thinks that Peter wants him to kill her so they can still be friends, so Peter must find a way to call off the hit. 
17 24 "He's Too Sexy for His Fat" Glen Hill Chris Sheridan June 27, 2000 2ACX10
Chris becomes insecure about his weight and goes on a diet, but Peter opts for plastic surgery and ends up getting it himself. Now thin and handsome, Peter becomes swayed by the special treatment he receives from people he comes across, while Lois, in spite of her morals, finds that she can't resist him. Meanwhile, Stewie starts overeating to taunt Chris, but ends up getting child obesity. 
18 25 "E. Peterbus Unum" Rob Renzetti Neil Goldman
Garrett Donovan
July 12, 2000 2ACX13
While confronting the mayor about zoning issues around his house, Peter discovers that his house isn't anywhere on the map, prompting him to secede his house from the rest of the United States, creating the country "Petoria". His country gains no respect, so he invades the U.S. and annexes Joe's pool. 
19 26 "The Story on Page One" Gavin Dell Craig Hoffman July 18, 2000 2ACX14
Meg signs up for the high school newspaper club as Brown University's academic requirement, but Peter replaces her original article with one about Luke Perry's supposed homosexuality. This lands Meg in hot legal water with Perry, so Peter decides to "prove" that the actor is gay. 
20 27 "Wasted Talent" Bert Ring Mike Barker (teleplay)
Matt Weitzman (teleplay)
Dave Collard (story)
Kevin Goin (story)
July 25, 2000 2ACX15
Peter wins a tour of a magical brewery owned by Pawtucket Pat (à la Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), while Lois desperately searches for a talented piano player to beat her rival at an upcoming talent competition, finding one in the form of her husband, who can only play professionally when he's drunk. 
21 28 "Fore Father" Scott Wood Bobby Bowman August 1, 2000 2ACX16
Peter thinks his son lacks responsibility, so he gets him a job at a golf course. However, when he discovers that Cleveland's son has the potential to become a pro golf player, he forsakes Chris to train the hyperactive Cleveland, Jr. Discouraged, Chris finds a new father figure in Quagmire. 

[edit] Season 3: 2001-2003

# Total Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. code
1 29 "The Thin White Line (1)" Glen Hill Steve Callaghan July 11, 2001 2ACX17
In search of a thrill in life, Brian becomes a police dog. However, Brian's drug-sniffing job leaves him addicted to cocaine, so he must go into rehab. When he discovers that the clinic isn't helping, Brian decides to do a little soul-searching and leaves the family for parts unknown. 
2 30 "Brian Does Hollywood (2)" Gavin Dell Gary Janetti July 18, 2001 2ACX20
Brian moves to Los Angeles with his cousin after his drug rehabiliation and inadvertently becomes a film director. The family decides to visit Brian for support in his new career, though it turns out Brian is directing pornography. Not wanting his family to find this out, he tries to cover it up. 
3 31 "Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington" Brian Hogan Ricky Blitt July 25, 2001 2ACX11
The toy factory at which Peter works is taken over by a cigarette company who hires Peter as the new president. He is then sent to Washington, D.C. as a lobbyist so they can create toys that encourage kids to smoke, and the entire family can't help but enjoy the perks that come with the job. 
4 32 "One If by Clam, Two If by Sea" Dan Povenmire Jim Bernstein
Michael Shipley
August 1, 2001 2ACX19
Everything in town is destroyed in Quahog after a hurricane—except the Drunken Clam, which is turned into a British pub by a man who becomes the Griffins' new neighbor. Meanwhile, Stewie tries to teach his new neighbor's crass English daughter how to drop her cockney accent and speak properly. 
5 33 "And the Wiener Is..." Bert Ring Mike Barker
Matt Weitzman
August 8, 2001 2ACX22
Peter is intimidated by Chris's larger penis and then becomes very self-conscious about his own manhood, joining a gun club to make himself feel more masculine. Meanwhile, Meg becomes a flag-girl, and when she is humiliated by the popular kids at school, Lois devises a plan for revenge. 
6 34 "Death Lives" Rob Renzetti Mike Henry August 15, 2001 2ACX21
On their wedding anniversary, Peter sends Lois all over Quahog on a scavenger hunt so he can go play golf. But when Peter gets struck by lightning and has a near-death experience, he meets Death again, who explains to Peter his marriage is in trouble if he doesn't have a revelation, and fast. 
7 35 "Lethal Weapons" Brian Hogan Chris Sheridan August 22, 2001 2ACX18
Lois takes tae-jitsu lessons to fight back against the leafers (New York tourists) overtaking the town, but worries that her violence may be a bad influence on her family. When anger management only makes everyone even more angry, they engage in an all-out brawl to get it out of their system. 
8 36 "The Kiss Seen Around the World" Pete Michels Mark Hentemann August 29, 2001 3ACX02
Meg applies for an internship at Quahog 5 (due to her crush on news anchor Tom Tucker), but so does the annoying Neil. When she is reluctantly driven to kiss Neil, he broadcasts the word of their "love" on the news. Meanwhile, a bully learns not to mess with Stewie when he steals his new tricycle. 
9 37 "Mr. Saturday Knight" Michael Dante DiMartino Steve Callaghan September 5, 2001 3ACX04
Peter's boss, Mr. Weed, dies during a dinner with the Griffin family, and the toy factory is demolished as a result. Now unemployed, and failing to find himself other jobs, Peter decides to live his dream of being a Renaissance fair jouster, where he must defend his family's honor from his jerkwad idol. 
10 38 "A Fish Out of Water" Bert Ring Alex Borstein
Mike Henry
September 19, 2001 3ACX05
After nearly two weeks of unemployment, Peter decides to begin a new career as a fisherman, but faces problems when he has to pay off a boat loan, so he tries to catch the bounty for a legendary fish. Meanwhile, Lois takes Meg to the beach for spring break, but Lois ends up having more fun than Meg. 
11 39 "Emission Impossible" Peter Shin Dave Collard
Ken Goin
November 8, 2001 3ACX01
After delivering Lois's sister's newborn child, Lois and Peter decide to have another baby, prompting Stewie to do whatever he can to stop it, even if it means shrinking himself and wiping out every sperm in Peter's testicles. However, when he meets a sperm just like himself, Stewie begins to reconsider. 
12 40 "To Love and Die in Dixie" Dan Povenmire Steve Callaghan November 15, 2001 3ACX09
The family moves to the deep South when a criminal threatens to kill Chris for witnessing his crime. There Chris befriends a kid named Sam, whom he is forbidden to see by Sam's father when Peter questions the accuracy of a Civil War reenactment. But there seems to be more to Sam than meets the eye... 
13 41 "Screwed the Pooch" Pete Michels Dave Collard
Ken Goin
November 29, 2001 3ACX08
The family visits Lois' parents, the Pewterschmidts, where Brian takes out all of his pent-up sexual energy on the Pewterschmidts' prize-winning racing greyhound, Sea Breeze. A custody battle then ensues when Sea Breeze is revealed to be pregnant, and Brian is threatened to be neutered. 
14 42 "Peter Griffin: Husband, Father...Brother?" Scott Wood Mike Barker
Matt Weitzman
December 6, 2001 3ACX06
While teaching Chris about his Irish heritage, Peter discovers that he has a black ancestor. When this affects his social status and he finds out that his ancestor was a slave to Lois's family, Peter fights back. Meanwhile, Stewie tries to learn mind control from the school cheerleaders. 
15 43 "Ready, Willing, and Disabled" Andi Klein Alex Barnow
Marc Firek
December 20, 2001 3ACX07
Joe feels discouraged after failing to catch a thief during a chase, so Peter tries to get his self-confidence back by entering him in a handicapped people's decathlon, but with Joe still helpless, he rigs his drinks with steroids. Meanwhile, Chris, Meg and Stewie fight over $26 in a money clip. 
16 44 "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas" Brian Hogan Danny Smith December 21, 2001 2ACX03
It's Christmas time in Quahog, a time when Lois' plans for a perfect Christmas blow up in her face, causing her to break down and 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, and to bring Lois back to Earth. 
17 45 "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows" Dan Povenmire Allison Adler January 17, 2002 3ACX03
Brian gets a DUI and is forced to care for a bitter, old woman who used to be a jingle singer. After discovering the woman's brighter past, Brian tries to brighten her life. Meanwhile, Peter grows a beard and discovers that a family of rare swallows have housed themselves in it. 
18 46 "From Method to Madness" Bert Ring Mike Barker
Matt Weitzman
January 24, 2002 3ACX11
Stewie signs up for an acting class, where he's paired up with a stuck-up child star named Olivia. They become a hit, though the fame quickly sets in and they soon start bickering. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois object to Meg dating a nudist, though later have second thoughts after seeing her upset. 
19 47 "Stuck Together, Torn Apart" Michael Dante DiMartino Mark Hentemann January 31, 2002 3ACX10
Peter and Lois are advised to go through a trial separation after Peter becomes jealous over Lois reuniting with an old boyfriend, and he hooks up with Jennifer Love Hewitt. Meanwhile, Stewie and Brian get stuck together after Stewie plays around with industrial-strength glue. 
20 48 "Road to Europe" Dan Povenmire Daniel Palladino 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 see a Kiss concert, where Lois reveals she knows nothing about the band, much to Peter's humiliation. 
21 49 "Family Guy Viewer Mail #1" Pete Michels (Part 1)
Scott Wood (Part 2)
Michael Dante DiMartino (Part 3)
Gene Laufenberg (Part 1)
Seth MacFarlane (Part 2)
Michael Shipley (Part 3)
Jim Bernstein (Part 3)
February 14, 2002 3ACX12
Brian and Stewie host a special episode of Family Guy, featuring three non-canon stories created from viewer requests.
No Bones About It - A genie comes to Peter to grant him wishes; his last wish makes it so that he has no bones and must deal with life as a lump of lard.
Supergriffins - The Griffins are exposed to nuclear waste and gain superpowers, which lead them to terrorize the city.
Li'l Griffins - Tot-like versions of Peter and Quagmire try to out-brave each other in a haunted house to impress Lois in this Little Rascals parody. 
22 50 "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein" Dan Povenmire Ricky Blitt November 9, 2003 2ACX05
Peter prays for a Jewish person to help him with his money woes. After befriending a Jewish accountant, Max Weinstein, and discovering the wonders of their religion, Peter gets the idea of converting Chris to Judaism as soon as possible so he'll be successful in life, but Lois tries to stop him. 

[edit] Season 4: 2005-2006

Season 4 was split into season 4 and 5 in regions outside the United States, leading to confusion over season numbers between US and Australian/UK fans. The last three episodes of season 4 were the basis for the movie known as Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story, and are edited for content; FOX doesn't include these episodes in the official episode count.

# Total Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. code
1 51 "North by North Quahog" Peter Shin Seth MacFarlane May 1, 2005 4ACX01
Peter and Lois go on a second honeymoon, but when Peter crashes the car, he poses as Mel Gibson so they can stay in his luxury hotel suite. There they find and attempt to destroy a copy of the unwanted sequel of Passion of the Christ, and run afoul of the priests who come to retrieve it. 
2 52 "Fast Times at Buddy Cianci Jr. High" Pete Michels Ken Goin May 8, 2005 4ACX02
Brian becomes a substitute English teacher, but is transferred to a class for troubled teens while Chris becomes attracted to Brian's sexy replacement teacher. She promises to return his love if he helps her murder her current husband, though Lois and Peter attempt to cover up the crime. 
3 53 "Blind Ambition" Chuck Klein Steve Callaghan May 15, 2005 4ACX04
Noticing the great achievements his friends have attained, Peter does whatever he can to achieve something he'll be remembered for. His ambitions, however, ultimately cost him his eyesight, though not before the Giant Chicken from "Da Boom" returns with a vengeance to challenge Peter to a rematch. 
4 54 "Don't Make Me Over" Sarah Frost Gene Laufenberg June 5, 2005 4ACX03
Meg gets the ultimate makeover in an attempt to boost her confidence. Meanwhile, Peter aspires to start a rock band which, along with Meg's new attractiveness and talented singing voice, causes the entire family to become a traveling band and earns them a spot on Saturday Night Live
5 55 "The Cleveland–Loretta Quagmire" James Purdum Patrick Henry
Mike Henry
June 12, 2005 4ACX08
Cleveland's wife Loretta has an affair with Quagmire and is secretly caught red-handed by Peter and Brian. When Loretta leaves Cleveland because of how boring he is, Peter decides to teach Cleveland to express his true emotions. His plan, however, seems to work a bit too effectively. 
6 56 "Petarded" Seth Kearsley Alec Sulkin
Wellesley Wild
June 19, 2005 4ACX09
Peter becomes so convinced that he's a genius that Brian challenges him to prove it; the IQ test he takes reveals that Peter is mentally retarded. Peter exploits the perks that come with his handicap until Lois is injured, and while she recovers, Peter is deemed mentally unfit for parenting alone. 
7 57 "Brian the Bachelor" Dan Povenmire Mark Hentemann June 26, 2005 4ACX10
Brian appears on the ABC reality show The Bachelorette, which he doesn't like and only joins for a vacation, but falls for the Bachelorette when he sees her as more than an actress. Meanwhile, Chris makes friends with a talking pimple on his face, who orders him to make mischief. 
8 58 "8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Daughter" Greg Colton Patrick Meighan July 10, 2005 4ACX11
Peter offers Meg to Mort Goldman's son, Neil, to pay off a tab at the pharmacy. Meg is obviously against the idea at first, but when she discovers that Neil is going out with someone else, she grows jealous. Meanwhile, Stewie falls for his new, beautiful babysitter who already has a boyfriend. 
9 59 "Breaking Out Is Hard to Do" Kurt Dumas Tom Devanney July 17, 2005 4ACX12
The kleptomaniacal Lois is sent to prison after she goes on a shoplifting spree, which leaves the rest of the family in a terrible state of disarray. To bring their lives back to normal, Peter breaks Lois out of jail and, as fugitives from the law, aim to start life anew in "Asiantown". 
10 60 "Model Misbehavior" Sarah Frost Steve Callaghan July 24, 2005 4ACX13
Lois fulfills her lifelong dream of being a fashion model after appearing in her underwear in the newspaper. Peter, however, grows increasingly concerned that she may be losing touch with reality. Meanwhile, Brian works on a pyramid scheme with Stewie to pay off a debt to him. 
11 61 "Peter's Got Woods" Chuck Klein
Zac Moncrief
Danny Smith September 11, 2005 4ACX14
Brian falls for an African-American teacher and petitions to have the name of the school changed just to please her. Peter feels uncomfortable about this and has James Woods take care of the situation. Peter eventually befriends James, who eventually overshadows Brian as his new best friend. 
12 62 "Perfect Castaway" James Purdum John Viener September 18, 2005 4ACX15
Peter, Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe get shipwrecked on a desert island during a storm out at sea. Thinking that Peter is dead, Lois marries Brian. She is, of course, overjoyed to see Peter safe when they are saved by a cruise ship, but is torn between her love for Peter and her comittment to Brian. 
13 63 "Jungle Love" Seth Kearsley Mark Hentemann September 25, 2005 4ACX16
Chris runs away from his home after getting hazed on his first day of school and joins the Peace Corps, after which he is dropped off in South America. Meanwhile, Peter gets a job at the newly renovated Pawtucket Patriot Brewery, but finds that his new job is not all it's cracked up to be. 
14 64 "PTV" Dan Povenmire Alec Sulkin
Wellesley Wild
November 6, 2005 4ACX17
A "trouser malfunction" on live-broadcast TV prompts the FCC to censor even mildly objectionable content on TV. Outraged, Peter and Brian create their own TV station, filled with all-around obscene programming. When the FCC picks up on this, they go to drastic measures by censoring all of real life. 
15 65 "Brian Goes Back to College" Greg Colton Matt Fleckenstein November 13, 2005 4ACX18
When it's revealed that Brian never finished college, he decides to return to complete his last credit. However, he must deal with his temptations to cheat in order to pass the class. Meanwhile, Peter, Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe become the new "A-Team" after winning a costume contest. 
16 66 "The Courtship of Stewie's Father" Kurt Dumas Kirker Butler 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 tricks on her instead. Meanwhile, Chris does chores for Herbert after breaking his window to pay for it, which makes Herbert feel closer to him than ever before. 
17 67 "The Fat Guy Strangler" Sarah Frost Chris Sheridan November 27, 2005 4ACX20
Lois discovers that she has a brother she never knew about who, after a traumatic experience involving Jackie Gleason, is locked in a mental hospital and holds a grudge against the obese. Meanwhile, Peter starts an advocacy group for overweight men after the doctor tells him he's fat. 
18 68 "The Father, the Son, and the Holy Fonz" James Purdum Danny Smith December 18, 2005 4ACX22
Peter's father Francis tries to impose his religious beliefs onto the Griffins during a visit. Stewie ends up in a plastic bubble after getting baptized with contaminated holy water, so Peter starts his own religion based on his faith in Fonzie from Happy Days
19 69 "Brian Sings and Swings" Chuck Klein
Zac Moncrief
Michael Rowe January 8, 2006 4ACX21
Brian sinks into a depression after a near-death experience, but finds a new lease on life as a back-up singer for Frank Sinatra, Jr.; this, however, does not last very long. Meanwhile, Meg pretends to be a lesbian in order to make friends with a group of real teenage lesbians. 
20 70 "Patriot Games" Cyndi Tang Mike Henry January 29, 2006 4ACX25
Peter becomes a player for the New England Patriots football team after Tom Brady picks up on his display of impressive charging skills at a high school reunion. Meanwhile, Stewie becomes a sports bookie and Brian loses a bet to him, but when he doesn't pay up, Stewie takes drastic measures. 
21 71 "I Take Thee Quagmire" Seth Kearsley Tom Maxwell
Don Woodard
Steve Callaghan
March 12, 2006 4ACX23
Quagmire actually falls in love with a maid whose service Peter won on a game show, and even marries her. But when the old Quagmire returns behind her back after the ceremony, Quagmire tries to get out of the relationship. Meanwhile, Stewie has a withdrawal when Lois weans him from her breast milk. 
22 72 "Sibling Rivalry" Dan Povenmire Cherry Chevapravatdumrong March 26, 2006 4ACX24
Peter gets a vasectomy after a pregnancy scare from Lois, which puts a kibosh on their sex life. Lois begins overeating and gets fat, which spices things up between them. Meanwhile, Stewie's equally-malicious sperm brother from "Emission Impossible" is born and battles Stewie for control over the playground. 
23 73 "Deep Throats" Greg Colton Alex Borstein April 9, 2006 4ACX26
Brian tries to expose Mayor West as the corrupt politician he is, and becomes even more determined after discovering that he is dating Meg, who has become his new intern. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois start smoking pot in the hopes of finding musical inspiration for a talent show. 
24 74 "Peterotica" Kurt Dumas Patrick Meighan April 23, 2006 4ACX27
After reading an erotica book that he thought was bad, Peter writes a collection of his own, but a lawsuit partially relating to his series leads to Lois's father, Carter, losing his money. Unable to cope with their middle-class lives, Peter and Carter set all differences aside and team up to get rich quick. 
25 75 "You May Now Kiss the... Uh... Guy Who Receives" Dominic Polcino David A. Goodman 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 gay cousin, Jasper, to get married. Meanwhile, Lois deals with her views on gay marriage, and Chris becomes a conservative to feel up a girl. 
26 76 "Petergeist" Sarah Frost Alec Sulkin
Wellesley Wild
May 7, 2006 4ACX29
In a parody of the film Poltergeist, Peter decides to build a multiplex to top Joe's new theater, but comes across an Indian skull in his backyard. As a result, a poltergeist haunts the Griffins' house and spirits drag Stewie away to the other side, followed by even stranger events. 
27 77 "Untitled Griffin Family History" Zac Moncrief John Viener May 14, 2006 4ACX30
Robbers break in to the Griffins' house, so the family flees to safety in their panic room. Trapped with no way out, Peter decides to pass the time by telling his family the story of the Griffin family history, narrating a chain of events that describe their equally exotic and dysfunctional ancestry. 
28 78 "Stewie B. Goode (1)" Pete Michels Gary Janetti
Chris Sheridan
May 21, 2006 4ACX05
Stewie's attempt to kill a boy he doesn't like backfires and lands him in a near-death experience where he gets a brief taste of life in Hell. This is enough to make Stewie resolve to act nicer to everyone. Meanwhile, Peter gets a new job as an editorial reporter on the local news. 
29 79 "Bango Was His Name, Oh! (2)" Pete Michels Alex Borstein May 21, 2006 4ACX06
Stewie sees a man on TV who looks just like him. Convinced this man must be his real father, Stewie takes Brian to go on a cross-country road trip with Quagmire to find him and discover the truth. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois try to help Chris and Meg get dates so that they can have some "alone time". 
30 80 "Stu and Stewie's Excellent Adventure (3)" Pete Michels Steve Callaghan May 21, 2006 4ACX07
It turns out that the man Stewie saw is his 35-year-old self, so Stewie joins him in the future to discover how his life will turn out, which he finds appalling. After discovering that the source of it all is his near-death experience, Stewie resolves to go back in time and prevent it from ever happening. 

[edit] Season 5: 2006-2007

# Total Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. code
1 81 "Stewie Loves Lois" Mike Kim Mark Hentemann September 10, 2006 4ACX32
After Lois fixes Stewie's teddy bear Rupert after he is nearly torn to shreds, Stewie takes an obsessive liking to his mother, though Lois eventually gets sick of all his love and attention. Meanwhile, Peter undergoes a prostate exam and is convinced that he was molested by his doctor. 
2 82 "Mother Tucker" James Pudrum Tom Devanney September 17, 2006 4ACX31
Peter's mother Thelma announces that she is getting a divorce, and Peter feels abandoned. However, he soon finds a father figure in her new boyfriend Tom Tucker and begins acting like a child again. Meanwhile, Brian gets his own radio show and Stewie can't help but stir things up. 
3 83 "Hell Comes to Quahog" Dan Povenmire Kirker Butler September 24, 2006 4ACX33
After Peter blows all of Meg's car money on a military tank for himself, Meg gets a job at a Wal-Mart-like supermarket, which uses up most of the town's energy and puts other stores out of business. Brian and Stewie eventually take matters into their own hands to save the town from the corporate giant. 
4 84 "Saving Private Brian" Cyndi Tang Cherry Chevapravatdumrong November 5, 2006 4ACX34
When Brian tries to give the Army a piece of his mind for trying to recruit Chris, Stewie tags along and gets them enlisted. After making it through boot camp, they are shipped to Iraq and do anything to get an honorable discharge. Meanwhile, Chris joins a goth rock band. 
5 85 "Whistle While Your Wife Works" Greg Colton Steve Callaghan November 12, 2006 4ACX35
Peter severely injures his hand and is told he needs to pick up the pace at work, so Lois goes to the brewery to help him catch up. Meanwhile, Stewie discovers that Brian's new girlfriend, Jillian, is a sexy yet completely airheaded blonde, and tries to convince him to break up with her. 
6 86 "Prick Up Your Ears" James Pudrum Cherry Chevapravatdumrong November 19, 2006 5ACX01
Lois volunteers to teach sex-ed class at Chris and Meg's school, but her brutal honest approach has her replaced by a church spokesman. Meg and her new boyfriend end up taking an abstinence pledge but still manage to find an interesting loophole. Meanwhile, Stewie tries to destroy the Tooth Fairy. 
7 87 "Chick Cancer" Pete Michels Alec Sulkin
Wellesley Wild
November 26, 2006 5ACX02
Stewie ties the knot with his old friend Olivia, but their relationship quickly turns into a traditional marriage full of resentment and bickering, escalating when they go on a double date with Brian and Jillian. Meanwhile, Peter is inspired to make an independent chick flick
8 88 "Barely Legal" Zac Moncrief Kirker Butler December 17, 2006 5ACX03
Brian volunteers to go to the school dance with Meg when she can't find a date where he gets drunk to ease the pain and makes out with her. As a result, Meg begins to think of Brian as her new boyfriend, and quickly grows obsessed with him. Meanwhile, Peter, Cleveland and Quagmire join the police force. 
9 89 "Road to Rupert" Dan Povenmire Patrick Meighan January 28, 2007 5ACX04
Brian accidentally sells Stewie's teddy bear Rupert at a garage sale. This, of course, upsets Stewie, so Brian takes him on another cross-country road trip, this time to Aspen, Colorado to find Rupert. Meanwhile, Peter's licence is suspended and Meg becomes his personal chauffeur. 
10 90 "Peter's Two Dads" Cyndi Tang Danny Smith February 11, 2007 5ACX05
When the late Francis Griffin is revealed not to be Peter's father, Peter learns from his mother that his real father is a town drunk in Ireland, so he and Brian go there to find the man and prove his paternity. Meanwhile, Stewie discovers that he likes getting abused by Lois when he gets into trouble. 
11 91 "The Tan Aquatic with Steve Zissou" Julius Wu Mark Hentemann February 18, 2007 5ACX06
Peter beats up a bully who's been harassing Chris, but finds that bullying is so much fun he becomes a bully himself. Meanwhile, Stewie becomes obsessed with getting a tan until he getts a nasty sunburn and fears he's developed skin cancer, so he drives Brian crazy with "final requests". 
12 92 "Airport '07" John Holmquist Tom Devanney
Mark Hentemann
March 4, 2007 5ACX08
Peter messes things up at the airport and causes Quagmire to lose his job as an airline pilot. After failing to find another career, Quagmire must rely on Peter, Cleveland and Joe's schemes to get his old job back. But when his friends end up in danger, he turns to Hugh Hefner for advice. 
13 93 "Bill and Peter's Bogus Journey" Dominic Polcino Steve Callaghan March 11, 2007 5ACX07
Peter befriends Bill Clinton, even though Lois thinks he is a bad influence. But when she tries to break off their relationship, she ends up having sex with Clinton instead. Peter is devastated, so Lois tries to convince him to even the score. Meanwhile, Brian tries to potty-train himself with guidance from Stewie. 
14 94 "No Meals on Wheels" Greg Colton Mike Henry March 25, 2007 5ACX09
The Griffins open a restaurant and have trouble attracting customers, so Joe offers to bring some of his friends in to help with business. At first, Peter assumes they are all police officers, but when he finds out they all have disabilities, Peter tries to keep them out of the restaurant. 
15 95 "Boys Do Cry" Brine Iles Cherry Chevapravatdumrong April 29, 2007 5ACX10
When Lois gets a new job as a church organist the family start attending services, where Stewie gets sick on Communion wine. The congregation believes that he's possessed, so the Griffins are forced to move to Texas, where they begin to fit in quite nicely while they wait for things to settle down at home. 
16 96 "No Chris Left Behind" Pete Michels Patrick Meighan May 6, 2007 5ACX11
Chris gets expelled from school for being the dumbest student. Trying to help the situation, Carter Pewterschmidt gets him accepted into a classy boarding school where he has trouble fitting in. Meanwhile, the Giant Chicken returns for round three with Peter. 
17 97 "It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One" Zac Moncrief Alex Borstein May 13, 2007 5ACX12
Lois runs for Mayor of Quahog against Adam West, but the only way she can get people to listen to her is to dumb down her plans to make Quahog a better place. But when she secures the nomination and is elected, it's not long before she succumbs to her power. 
18 98 "Meet the Quagmires" Dan Povenmire Mark Hentemann May 20, 2007 5ACX13
Death grants Peter's wish of going back in time to be 18 again for one night so that he can sow his wild oats, but ends up bailing out on a date with Lois. But when he discovers that, back in the present, he's married to Molly Ringwald and Lois to Quagmire, he must set things right in the past. 

[edit] Season 6: 2007-2008

FOX celebrated the 100th episode episode as "Stewie Kills Lois", although the three episodes that made up the DVD movie weren't included in their "official" count. They also counted the hour long episode Blue Harvest count as two individual episodes, explaining the differing episodes for the 100th show. Due to the 2007-2008 Writers' Guild of America strike, this season had a short amount of episodes and three were shown without permission from Seth MacFarlane (who supported the striking writers by refusing to complete any episodes).

# Total Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. code
1 99 "Blue Harvest" Dominic Polcino Alec Sulkin September 23, 2007 5ACX16/5ACX22
Peter retells the story of Star Wars in this hour-long episode of Family Guy. When Princess Leia (Lois) is captured by the evil Darth Vader (Stewie), the droids C-3PO (Quagmire) and R2-D2 (Cleveland) escape to the planet Tatooine to find help form the Rebel Alliance. There they encounter Luke Skywalker (Chris), Han Solo (Peter), Chewbacca (Brian) and Obi-Wan Kenobi (Herbert), who infiltrate the Death Star, rescue the captive princess from the Death Star and return to aid the Rebellion in its fight against the Galactic Empire
2 100 "Movin' Out (Brian's Song)" Cyndi Tang John Viener September 30, 2007 5ACX14
Peter convinces Brian to move in with his girlfriend Jillian, and Stewie tags along to help pay the rent, but he tries to interfere with their relationship. Meanwhile, Meg and Chris get jobs at the convenience store, where Chris befriends the manager, Carl, who leaves Meg to do all the work. 
3 101 "Believe It or Not, Joe's Walking on Air" Julius Wu Andrew Goldberg October 7, 2007 5ACX15
Joe, feeling his disability is affecting his marriage, regains his ability to walk after a leg transplant. He decides to play extreme sports and spends most of his time with more athletic people, forsaking Peter, Quagmire and Cleveland, who set all out to re-cripple him to bring him back to Earth. 
4 102 "Stewie Kills Lois (1)" John Holmquist David A. Goodman November 4, 2007 5ACX17
Lois leaves the family behind to go on a cruise with Peter. Jealous that he doesn't get to come with them, Stewie begins to plot his diabolical revenge. When a skeptical Brian challenges Stewie to actually go through with it, Stewie stows on board the ship and puts his plan into motion. 
5 103 "Lois Kills Stewie (2)" Greg Colton Steve Callaghan November 11, 2007 5ACX18
Returning from her presumed death, Lois reveals her attempted killer to be Stewie. Determined to take over the world again, Stewie holds his family hostage and sets into motion his most diabolical plan yet. Desperate to put an end to Stewie's reign of terror, Lois realizes what she must do... 
6 104 "Padre de Familia" Pete Michels Kirker Butler 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 Carter Pewterschmidt's estate as a servant. 
7 105 "Peter's Daughter" Zac Moncrief Chris Sheridan November 25, 2007 5ACX21
After recovering from a coma, Meg finds herself interested in a Medicine 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" Brian Iles Wellesley Wild January 13, 2008 5ACX19
Peter saves a fast-food restaurant owner from a fire and accepts his offer unlimited burgers as a reward for saving his life, though Peter suffers a stroke after eating too many at once. After recovering, Peter strives to expose the evils of the company, finding help in the form of a talking cow. 
9 107 "Back to the Woods" Brian Iles Tom Devanney February 17, 2008 6ACX02
James Woods returns to Quahog to seek revenge against Peter by stealing his identity and his family after finding his wallet left behind at a Barry Manilow concert. Though he is left with nothing, Peter counters against his treacherous former friend by ruining the actor's career and public image. 
10 108 "Play It Again, Brian" John Holmquist Danny Smith March 2, 2008 6ACX01
Feeling their marriage has hit a snag, Peter and Lois take Brian's offer to go with him for a relaxing vacation at Martha's Vineyard. However, as Peter gets drunk, Brian loses his self-restraint and professes his love for Lois. Peter and Brian must now test their friendship over the woman of their dreams. 
11 109 "The Former Life of Brian" Pete Michels Steve Callaghan April 27, 2008 6ACX04
Brian discovers that he is the illegitimate father of an old flame's unruly son, Dylan, who is dropped off at the Griffins' house so Brian can raise him. He manages to turn Dylan's life in the right direction, though Brian himself becomes a bit stuck-up as a parent, much to Peter and Lois' concern. 
12 110 "Long John Peter" Dominic Polcino Wellesley Wild May 4, 2008 6ACX06
Peter steals a parrot and becomes convinced that he's a pirate. He becomes the scourge of the neighborhood, terrorizing every corner of Quahog until he accidentally kills his beloved bird. Meanwhile, Chris falls in love with the lovely vet intern Anna and turns to Peter for advice. 

[edit] Season 7: 2008-2009

# Total Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. code
1 111 "Love Blactually" Cyndi Tang Mike Henry September 28, 2008 6ACX03
Brian sets his sights on a girl named Carolyn and follows Stewie's advice to take things slow with the relationship, only to drive her crazy and straight into Cleveland's arms. Brian does whatever it takes to win her back, even if it means getting Cleveland's ex-wife Loretta involved. 
2 112 "I Dream of Jesus" Mike Kim Brian Scully October 5, 2008 6ACX05
Peter gets a record for his favorite song "Surfin' Bird", a song so annoying that he drives everyone insane with it, prompting Brian and Stewie to destroy the record. Distraught, Peter goes to the record store for another copy and discovers Jesus disguised as the store clerk, and the two start hanging out. 
3 113 "Road to Germany" Greg Colton Patrick Meighan October 19, 2008 6ACX08
Mort Goldman accidentally steps into Stewie's time machine and goes back in time, and Brian and Stewie follow to retrieve him. When they discover that they've ended up in 1939 Poland, Stewie, Brian and Mort must make a perilous journey to Nazi Germany to find their way back to the present. 
4 114 "Baby Not On Board" Julius Wu Mark Hentemann November 2, 2008 6ACX07
Peter gets a lasting supply of gasoline for the year, so the family decides to use it to take a road trip to the Grand Canyon. They pack up and hit the road, but it takes them a while to realize that they had forgotten to bring Stewie with them; when they do, they must make an explosive trip back home. 
5 115 "The Man with Two Brians" Dominic Vianchi John Viener November 9, 2008 6ACX09
When Brian gets injured during a take of Peter's version of Jackass, the Griffins realize that Brian may be getting too old, so Peter brings home a new dog, prompting Brian to leave. Everyone else, however, loves "New Brian"; all except for Stewie, who doesn't like his constant happy attitude. 
6 116 "Tales of a Third Grade Nothing" Jerry Langford Alex Carter November 16, 2008 6ACX10
Peter does everything he can to get a promotion at work, but he must first be sent back to repeat the third grade in order to qualify. Meanwhile, Frank Sinatra, Jr. returns to Quahog to buy the local nightclub with Brian and make it the hottest new spot in town, but Stewie has a few ideas of his own. 
7 117 "Ocean's Three and a Half" John Holmquist Cherry Chevapravatdumrong February 15, 2009 6ACX11
Bonnie finally gives birth to her baby, a beautiful girl named Susie, with whom Stewie falls in love and will do anything to win her heart. Meanwhile, Joe borrows $20,000 from a loan shark to pay for Bonnie's medical bills, and plans to steal the money from Mr. Pewterschmidt to pay off his debt. 
8 118 "Family Gay" Brian Iles Richard Appel March 8, 2009 6ACX12
Peter participates in some medical experiments to pay off his debt, including one that sees him getting injected with the "gay gene". Peter winds up in a gay relationship and leaves Lois and the rest of the family heartbroken, though they realize the most important thing is that Peter is happy. 
9 119 "The Juice Is Loose" Cyndi Tang Andrew Goldberg March 15, 2009 6ACX13
Peter cashes in a raffle ticket from 1989 and wins a golf outing with O. J. Simpson. When he befriends Simpson and brings him home to meet the family, the residents of Quahog aren't so welcoming of the infamous running back and try to force him out of town. 
10 120 "FOX-y Lady" Pete Michels Matt Fleckenstein March 22, 2009 6ACX14
Lois lands a job at FOX News and has to shoot an investigative exposé on Michael Moore, but loses her job when her story implicates Rush Limbaugh. Meanwhile, Peter takes advantage of Lois' relations with FOX by creating and pitching his own animated comedy series. 
11 121 "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven" Greg Colton Danny Smith March 29, 2009 6ACX17
Meg becomes a born-again Christian and tries to convert Brian from atheism. Meanwhile, Stewie is furious he doesn't get to ask the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation any questions at a convention, so he kidnaps the cast and forces them to hang out with him. 
12 122 "420" TBA TBA April 19, 2009[3] 6ACX16
After Brian is arrested for drug possession, he launches a campaign to legalize marijuana. Mayor West passes the law, and the whole town goes to pot.[2] 
13 123 "Stew-Roids" TBA TBA April 26, 2009[4] 6ACX18
Stewie starts going to the gym with Peter after he gets beaten up by Joe's baby daughter Susie, but just when it seems that his hard work is paying off, Peter reveals that he's been giving him anabolic steroid. Meanwhile, Chris begins dating a popular girl at school, only to see her popularity subside. 
14 124 "We Love You Conrad" TBA TBA May 3, 2009[5] 6ACX19
After drowning his sorrows when he learns his ex-girlfriend Jillian is getting married, Brian discovers that he has hooked up with The Hills star Lauren Conrad. Brian wants out of the relationship until he realizes that Conrad may be the perfect match for him, if only he is willing to let Jillian go. 
15 125 "Peter's Progress" TBA TBA May 10, 2009[6] 6ACX20
Peter learns from a psychic through a palm reading that he had a fascinating past life in the 17th century as Griffin Peterson, a dignified English gentleman who vied for the love of Lady Redbush in the newly founded American colony of Quahog. 
16 126 "Three Kings" TBA TBA May 17, 2009[6] 6ACX15
Peter imagines his friends and family in three of Stephen King's most famous works.
Stand by Me parody - Twelve-year old Peter, Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe travel along a railroad track on a journey of self-discovery.
Misery parody - Brian is injured in a bad car crash only to be "rescued" by his "number one fan," Stewie.
The Shawshank Redemption parody - Cleveland and Peter become fast friends in prison. 

[edit] Season 8: 2009-2010

Season 8 is set to include in the fall of 2009 the episode "Something, Something, Something, Dark Side," the sequel to "Blue Harvest" and a retelling of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. Upcoming episodes for this season will include the third guest appearance by James Woods.[7] There will also be a Sliders parody in the episode "Road to the Multiverse".[8]

# Total Title Directed By Written By Original airdate Prod. code
1 127 "Something, Something, Something, Dark Side" Dominic Polcino Kirker Butler Fall 2009[9][10] 6ACX21/6ACX22
Peter retells the story of The Empire Strikes Back

[edit] Future episodes

The following are episodes that have not currently been scheduled.

Prod. code Title
7ACX01 "Family Goy"[11]
7ACX02 "Brian's Got a Brand New Bag"[12]
7ACX03 "Ode to '85"[13]
7ACX04 "Quagmire's Baby"[14]
7ACX05 "Hannah Banana"[15]
7ACX06 "Road to the Multiverse"[16]
7ACX07 "Dog Gone"[17]
7ACX08 "Jerome Is the New Black"[18]
7ACX09 "Big Man on Hippocampus"[19]
7ACX10 "Partial Terms of Endearment"[20]
7ACX11 "Business Guy"[21]
7ACX12 "Dial Meg for Murder"[22]
7ACX13 "Brian Griffin's House of Payne"[23]
7ACX14 "Extra Large Medium"[24]
7ACX15 "Go, Stewie, Go!"[25]
"Episode VI: The Great Muppet Caper"[9]

[edit] DVD-only releases

# Title Directed By Written By Original airdate
1 "Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story" Pete Michels Gary Janetti
Chris Sheridan
Alex Borstein
Steve Callaghan
September 27, 2005

Stewie decides to end his plans for world domination after a near-death experience and then he goes to Hell, which 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 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 and Stewie's Excellent Adventure". 

[edit] Specials

# Title Written By Original airdate
1 "The Family Guy 100th Episode Special" Tom Devanney
Alec Sulkin
John Viener
Wellesley Wild
November 4, 2007
This special celebrates the 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

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