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Family Guy’s eighth season first aired on the Fox network in twenty one episodes from September 27, 2009 to May 23, 2010 before being released as two DVD box sets and in syndication. It ran on Sunday nights between May and July 2010 on BBC Three in the UK. The animated television series Family Guy follows the dysfunctional Griffin family—father Peter, mother Lois, daughter Meg, son Chris, baby Stewie and dog Brian, all of whom reside in their hometown of Quahog. The eighth season, which premiered with the episode “Road to the Multiverse” and ended with “Something, Something, Something Darkside”, was executive produced by Chris Sheridan, David Goodman, Danny Smith, Mark Hentemann, Steve Callaghan and series creator Seth MacFarlane. The season’s showrunners were Hentemann and Callaghan.
The season received a mixed reception from critics, who cited a lack of original writing. More positive assessments revolved around the “tail end of the season,” which “threw out all its old conventions and tried something remarkably different.” Season eight contains some of the series’ most acclaimed episodes, including “Road to the Multiverse”, “Something, Something, Something, Dark Side” and “Dog Gone”, as well as some of the most controversial episodes, including “Extra Large Medium”, “Brian & Stewie”, “Quagmire’s Dad” and “Partial Terms of Endearment,” which was banned from being aired on American TV, but has been released on DVD and saw broadcast in the UK on BBC3. It was the recipient of a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation and a Genesis Award for television comedy, and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics.
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Road to the Multiverse
air date: 2009-09-26
With the help of an out-of-this-world remote control, Stewie and Brian travel through alternate universes, including a post-apocalyptic world and a parallel world run by dogs where humans are pets.
air date: 2009-10-03
When Lois finds a lump on her breast, she goes to the doctor to test for cancer. The tests come back benign, but the doctor looks at her family medical history and reveals some news about Lois’ heritage.
Spies Reminiscent of Us
air date: 2009-10-10
“Spies Reminiscent of Us” is the third episode of the eighth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on October 11, 2009. The episode pays homage to the 1985 comedy film Spies Like Us, featuring baby Stewie and anthropomorphic dog Brian as they discover that American spies Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd have moved into their neighbor Cleveland Brown’s old house; they eventually follow them on a secret mission to Russia. Meanwhile, Peter, Joe, and Quagmire attempt to start an improv comedy group with very little success.
The episode was written by Alec Sulkin and was directed by Cyndi Tang-Loveland. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 8.88 million homes in its original airing. The episode featured guest performances by Dan Aykroyd, Chevy Chase, Gary Cole, Dimitri Diatchenko, James Lipton, Henriette Mantel, Chris Parson, Nicole Sullivan, and Mae Whitman, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. “Spies Reminiscent of Us” was released on DVD along with seven other episodes from the season on June 15, 2010.
Brian’s Got a Brand New Bag
air date: 2009-11-07
When Brian begins dating an older woman, the family begins to make fun of him. After Brian’s new fling breaks her hip, he gets the pleasure of becoming her errand boy.
air date: 2009-11-07
After attending to the concert of a teen superstar, Stewie discovers a surprising secret about the singer. Meanwhile back at home, Chris tries to prove the existence of the Evil Monkey.
air date: 2009-11-14
“Quagmire’s Baby” is the sixth episode of the eighth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on November 15, 2009. The episode centers around neighbor Glenn Quagmire, after he suddenly discovers that he is the illegitimate father of a newborn baby girl, when she is left at his doorstep. While he takes care of the baby, whom he names Anna Lee, Quagmire quickly becomes reluctant to give up his sex life, and must decide whether to keep her, or to give her up for adoption. Meanwhile, Griffin family baby Stewie Griffin decides to create a dumbed down clone of himself, in order to perform various tasks for him and serve as his slave. Intrigued, the family dog, Brian, also wants a clone, but soon both clones begin falling apart, and eventually end up melting.
The episode was written by series regular Patrick Meighan, and directed by Jerry Langford. It received positive reviews from critics for its storyline and many cultural references. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 8.28 million homes in its original airing. The episode featured guest performances by Luke Adams, John Bunnell, Max Burkholder, Noah Gray-Cabey, Christine Lakin, Brittany Snow, Mae Whitman, and Tom Wilson, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. “Quagmire’s Baby” was released on DVD along with seven other episodes from the season on June 15, 2010.
Jerome is the New Black
air date: 2009-11-21
Peter and the guys interview potential friends to fill the vacancy left by Cleveland. Meanwhile, Brian discovers that Quagmire hates him.
air date: 2009-11-28
When Brian accidentally kills another dog, he is surprised to see that no one cares, so he tries to convince everyone that the life of a dog should have the same value as a human one. Meanwhile, Lois hires a maid who doesn’t listen to Peter
air date: 2009-12-12
When Peter gives Lois’ father the bachelor party he never had, Mr. Pewterschmidt slips into a coma and not even Dr. House (guest voice Hugh Laurie) can bring him out of it.
With her father incapacitated, Lois is given control of Pewterschmidt Industries. Peter convinces Lois to let him run the operation, but he gets power-hungry and fires the board.
Mr. Pewterschmidt soon bounces back and tries to regain control of what he’s built – even though it may be more difficult than Christmas shopping for Peter
Big Man on Hippocampus
air date: 2010-01-02
When Peter hits his head and suffers amnesia after getting in a fight with Richard Dawson on Family Feud, he forgets everything about his life, including his family and friends. In an attempt to try to bring back his memory, Lois decides to reintroduce Peter to his old self, until he begins to hit on other women, much to Lois’s dismay. She decides to take the kids and leave Peter, giving Quagmire the opportunity to score with Lois. Peter now must prove to Lois he can remember her and make himself worthy of her again.
Dial Meg for Murder
air date: 2010-01-30
Brian gets a gig writing for a teen magazine about the average American girl, but when he starts trailing Meg for research he discovers that her desperate attempts at dating have led her to a guy in the slammer. When Brian tries to expose Meg’s secret to the family, he finds out that her boyfriend, Luke, has broken out of jail and has been hiding in the Griffin’s house.
Extra Large Medium
air date: 2010-02-13
When Chris and Stewie go missing for several days, Lois is at her wit’s end until she sees a psychic who assures her they are safe. Even after the boys return home, Lois and Peter’s psychic obsession continues, and Peter takes it a step too far when he starts charging neighbors for his extrasensory perception. Meanwhile, Chris develops a crush on a girl at school.
Go, Stewie, Go!
air date: 2010-03-13
Stewie cross-dresses in order to star in the American version of Jolly Farm Revue. Meanwhile, Peter makes Lois feel bad about her age.
air date: 2010-03-20
After Peter has some luck selling footage of a celebrity he caught off-guard, he decides to become a full-time paparazzo. To make matters worse, his new boss, Angela, finds him irresistible and plagues him with unwanted advances. When Peter rebuffs her, he winds up getting the ax. Meanwhile, Stewie makes his theatrical debut in a school play, only to be overcome with stage fright.
Brian Griffin’s House of Payne
air date: 2010-03-27
Lois encourages Brian to submit his pilot script to a network. James Woods gets involved and things don’t exactly go according to Brian’s original plan. Meanwhile, Stewie has a bit of a mishap.
April in Quahog
air date: 2010-04-10
When the local news announces that the Earth will be destroyed by a black hole in 24 hours, everyone in Quahog goes nuts trying to live out their last day.
Brian & Stewie
air date: 2010-05-01
In the 150th episode, Brian & Stewie get locked in a bank vault, they are forced to deal with each other on a whole new level.
Unlike any other FAMILY GUY episode, the acts will play out in real time as Brian and Stewie react to being locked in a small space with no baby food or martinis to keep them from losing their minds while they hatch an escape plan.
air date: 2010-05-08
Quagmire can accept his dad’s lifestyle choices, but not when they involve Brian.
The Splendid Source
air date: 2010-05-15
Peter, Joe, and Quagmire search for the source of a dirty joke.
Something, Something, Something, Dark Side
air date: 2010-05-22
Peter makes good on another power outage at home–by entertaining his family with a retelling of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. Newcomers to the story include Mort as Lando Calrissian, Chris’ boss Carl as Yoda, and the Giant Chicken as the nefarious Boba Fett.
Partial Terms of Endearment
air date: 2010-06-19
Lois agrees to become a surrogate mother but the couple of the child she’s carrying dies and she’s forced to make a decision whether or not to terminate the pregnancy.
Fox refused to air this episode.