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Family Guy’s seventh season first aired on the Fox network in twenty-one episodes from September 28, 2008 to May 17, 2009 before being released as two DVD box sets and syndicated. The animated television series follows the dysfunctional Griffin family, who reside in the town of Quahog. The show features the voices of series creator Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green, and Mila Kunis in the roles of the Griffin family. The executive producers for the seventh season were David Zuckerman, MacFarlane, Danny Smith, David Goodman and Chris Sheridan.
The season included hold-over episodes from the sixth season, which was cut short due to the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike. It received a mixed reception from critics, the more-negative reviews criticizing the overuse of cutaways and the more positive praising its story-based episodes. The seventh season contains some of the series’ most acclaimed episodes and controversial episodes like “420”, which caused the Venezuelan government to ban the show from its networks. It includes 16 episodes, from the first episode to the season finale, “Peter’s Progress”. The seventh season was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, making Family Guy the first animated series to be nominated in this category since The Flintstones in 1961.
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air date: 2008-09-27
Dissatisfied with his current love life, Brian decides to slow things down when he meets the girl of his dreams, Carolyn. However, Cleveland soon sweeps Carolyn off her feet, and Brian must do anything he can do, to win her back, even if it means involving Cleveland’s ex-wife, Loretta.
I Dream of Jesus
air date: 2008-10-04
When Peter re-discovers his love for the painfully annoying yet seductively catchy tune “Surfin’ Bird,” Brian and Stewie decide to take matters into their own hands to ensure that the song will never be heard again! On the verge of tears, Peter goes to every record store in Quahog to track down his beloved jingle, and he runs into a familiar face and ends up hanging out with Jesus Christ.
Road to Germany
air date: 2008-10-18
Mort Goldman accidentally steps into Stewie’s time machine and goes back in time to 1939 Poland, and Brian and Stewie follow to retrieve him. When they find him, the Nazis invade and Mort is taken to Germany, where Stewie and Brian must go to save him, as well as find a way back to the present.
Baby Not On Board
air date: 2008-11-01
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 their way home posthaste.
The Man with Two Brians
air date: 2008-11-08
Eight-year-old Brian (who is 56 in dog years) seems to have lost a step or two, so Peter gets a new talking dog, New Brian, to “take some of the load off” the old one, who doesn’t like the idea at all.
Tales of a Third Grade Nothing
air date: 2008-11-15
Peter’s boss Angela sends him back to the third grade so that he can qualify for a work promotion. Meanwhile, Brian, Frank Sinatra Jr. and Stewie open the coolest club in Quahog.
Ocean’s Three and a Half
air date: 2009-02-14
After being pregnant for seven years, Bonnie finally gives birth to a beautiful baby girl named Susie! Stewie quickly falls for the little tyke and vows to do anything to win her heart and get in her diaper. Meanwhile, Joe borrows $20,000 from a bookie to pay for Bonnie’s medical bills, but then plans to steal the money from Mr. Pewterschmidt to pay his debt.
air date: 2009-03-07
“Family Gay” is the eighth episode of the seventh season of the animated television comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on March 8, 2009. In the episode, Peter Griffin purchases a brain damaged horse who ends up causing a great deal of collateral damage at the horse racing track. In order to pay for the damage, Peter decides to participate in a series of medical drug testing including one that makes him gay. He enters a relationship with another gay man called Scott, leaving his wife Lois and rest of the family heartbroken. After Stewie and Brian enroll Peter in straight camp, Lois breaks Peter out, deciding that Peter’s happiness is more important than his sexuality. Almost immediately afterwards, the gay gene wears off and Peter moves back in with his family.
The episode was written by Richard Appel and directed by series regular Brian Iles. Seth Rogen provided a guest-voice as Peter under the effects of the “Seth Rogen gene” and Meredith Baxter provided a guest voice as herself. It received both positive and negative comments from television sources and critics, in addition to receiving criticism from the Parents Television Council. “Family Gay”, along with two other episodes, was nominated in the “Outstanding Comedy Series” category for the 2009 61st Primetime Emmy Awards.
The Juice is Loose!
air date: 2009-03-14
Peter finds an old winning raffle ticket from 1989 that entitles him a golf outing with O.J. Simpson. After befriending him, Peter brings O.J. home home to meet the family. However, the people of Quahog aren’t too fond of the former running back.
air date: 2009-03-21
Lois gets a job working for FOX News and has to do a report on a liberal filmmaker. However, she loses the job when her story implicates a conservative radio host.
Not All Dogs Go to Heaven
air date: 2009-03-28
Meg becomes extremely religious, and tries to convert Brian from Atheism. Meanwhile, after the family visits a Star Trek convention, Stewie kidnaps the entire cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation and forces them to hang out with him.
air date: 2009-04-18
Brian and Stewie attempt to rally Quahog to try and legalize marijuana.
air date: 2009-04-25
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.
We Love You, Conrad
air date: 2009-05-02
“We Love You, Conrad” is the fourteenth episode of the seventh season of Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on May 3, 2009. In the episode, Brian’s ex-girlfriend Jillian is getting married. As he tries to move on, he starts dating The Hills star Lauren Conrad and the media begins raving about their relationship. Brian is starting to think they are the perfect match, but realizes he still has feelings for Jillian.
The episode was written by Cherry Chevapravatdumrong and directed by John Holmquist. Drew Barrymore returned as Jillian, and Lauren Conrad and Audrina Patridge guest starred as themselves. In her second guest appearance on the series, Conrad played a smart version of herself, which she proclaimed as being fun to play. She took the recording sessions seriously and did not do any improvisation with her lines. The show’s staff was ultimately impressed with her performance, and series creator Seth MacFarlane praised her stamina and how prepared she was before the recording sessions. The episode also featured live-action sequences with talk show hosts Jay Leno, Craig Ferguson and Jimmy Fallon.
“We Love You, Conrad” was met with generally positive reviews from critics, who enjoyed the episode and praised the live-action footage, in contrast to the negative reactions towards live-action clips of Conway Twitty from previous episodes. According to Nielsen ratings, “We Love You, Conrad” was watched by 6.67 million viewers in its original airing. The episode was released on DVD along with six other episodes from the season on June 15, 2010.
air date: 2009-05-09
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.
air date: 2009-05-16
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.