7.4/10 United States, 2005-2020 г.г.
- Анимация, Комедия
- Язык сериала: Английский
- Продолжительность серии: 22 min
Stan Smith, who works for the C.I.A. and is constantly on the alert for terrorist activity, will go to extremes to protect his beloved America from harm; as evidenced by the terror-alert color code on his fridge, and his frequent knee-jerk reaction of shooting holes in the toaster whenever the toast pops up. In addition to Stan's wife and teenage children, the Smith household has two rather unconventional members. There's Roger, the sarcastic space alien who rescued Stan from Area 51, who deeply resents the fact that he's not allowed to leave the house, and therefore, has been reduced to drinking wine and smoking cigarettes, and Klaus, a lascivious, German-speaking goldfish; the result of a C.I.A. experiment gone seriously wrong, where the C.I.A. tried to give a fish a German man's brain. Stan's son is a dorky teenager who tries to be cool. His wife has had a past life of sex and drugs.
A man claiming to be Stan's real father shows up at his father's funeral. Stan explains that the man to whom everyone knew to be his father was in reality a stranger he met at a bus stop on his wedding day. So now Stan's real father, a secret agent, wants Stan to accompany him on a top secret mission. Unbeknownst to Stan, his father has a hidden agenda. Written by Bukue_One
After embarrassing his boss at an award ceremony, Stan and his family are transfered to Saudi Arabia. At first hesitant, Stan quickly begins to enjoy the fascist ways of the country and even goes as far as getting a second wife after Francine refuses to do work until Stan asks for his old job back. While outside of the house, Steve learns that boys his age are considered men in the new country & Haley falls in love with a terrorist. Written by Bukue_One
In order to gain entry in a women's social club known as the Ladybugs, Francine pretends she is cheating on Stan. After her fellow Ladybugs wish to meet her "boytoy", guilt stricken Francine confesses that she is not having an affair. Now she must either actually cheat on her husband or the Ladybugs will kill her in an attempt to keep their secrets safe. Written by Bukue_One
Stan and Roger become best friends in Atlantic City, taking their friendship to a whole new, unexpected level, when Roger absorbs all of Stan's memories. Meanwhile, Hayley and Steve conspire to break up a good-looking couple so that they can date the two. Written by Emre Can Geçer
When Langley Falls is prevented from lighting their Christmas Tree, and the "war on Christmas" hits the local mall, Stan sees his favorite holiday ruined. That night, Stan is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Past, who has come to show him the true meaning of Christmas. However, Stan escapes when the Ghost of Christmas Past takes him back to the seventies, and he becomes convinced that killing Jane Fonda will save Christmas. Written by BRo
Francine discovers that every one of their family vacations have been artificially experienced in tanks filled with green goo. This makes her very angry and she demands a real vacation. When they finally go on a real vacation Francine thinks this vacation must be fake too since it seems too good to be true. She therefore causes the family to suffer the consequences. Simultaneously, Roger attempts to become the greatest actor who ever lived. Written by Adrian Leopoldson
After a string of bad luck and aggravation Stan assaults a Meter Made, forcing him to perform a stint of community service as, what else, a Meter Made. He soon discovers the power that comes with that position and wastes no time abusing it for his own benefit. Written by Anonymous
Stan becomes fed up with Francine's adopted parents always stopping by unannounced so he sets out to find her real ones. Meanwhile Steve tries to impress a girl with a series of extreme stunts and almost loses a thumb in the process! No thanks to that stupid crow; WHY CROW? WHY!? Written by Anonymous
After a reoccurring nightmare convinces Hayley to move to France, Stan forces her to stay by brainwashing her, thanks to a top-secret C.I.A. experiment in mind control installed in her as a child. The only catch is that the experiment was scrapped due to its DEADLY side effects! This sounds like a case for Wheels and The Legman! Written by Anonymous
Francine comes up with an elaborate plan to reunite Stan and Roger after a big fight. She fakes Roger's kidnapping in hopes of showing him that Stan still cares about him. But when Stan never shows up to pay the ransom, it forces Roger to rethink the way he treats people. After all, it won't kill him to be nice to people... will it? Written by Anonymous
When the world needs a hero, they call upon Smith, Stan Smith. And he delivers in this 007-like adventure full of intrigue, suspense, large breasts and sad sad movies about dead puppies! Smith must stop the evil mastermind known as Tearjerker (Roger) from forcing the world to watch his tragically sad films. Tearjerker's missions; to make everyone in the world cry themselves to death!!! Written by Anonymous
When Stan's mom gets dumped for the umpteenth time by a boyfriend, she comes running to Stan for support. Feeling threatened by her always-visiting mother-in-law, Francine is determined to cut StanÂ's umbilical cord and figure out what keeps going wrong with the men in her life.
When Stan becomes his boss's go-to guy, he feels like he can't say no to anything including outrageous personal requests. But when Francine gets roped into the annoying ordeal and her romantic Valentine's Day get-away is ruined, she lays down the law and forces Stan to say "NO". Written by Anonymous
Stan has to convince the dictator of Isla Island to sign a treaty in order to get a promotion at work. When Stan meets the general and accidentally kills him, he gets Roger to pose as the leader of the small island nation. However, Roger takes his persona too far and Stan has to rescue him from an impending revolution. Meanwhile, Steve and Snot become competitive to see who can get farther with the other's mom. Written by FOX Publicity
When Hayley and Steve leave for their respective summers of fun, Francine looks forward to her newfound alone time with Stan. There's only one problem: Roger is still living in the attic fighting for every second of attention he can get. When Francine teaches Roger to be self-sufficient, he finally gets a place of his own. Stan fears that he will bore Francine into leaving him and cooks up a scheme to bring Roger back to the house and liven things up. Meanwhile at camp, Steve and his pals fall prey to a scheme that doesn't quite have the effect they were hoping for. Written by Fox Publicity
Stan nearly ruins Steve's birthday party by demanding that Steve act his own age, but Francine saves the day by getting the moonbounce Steve has always wanted. When Stan reluctantly joins in the fun, he comes to realize he never had the chance to be a kid. When Stan has a run-in with local law enforcement, the father-son roles are reversed, forcing Steve to become the man of the house. Meanwhile, Klaus tries to re-capture the feeling of having a human body by getting a haircut. Written by Fox Publicity
Stan and Francine are set to renew their wedding vows until Stan reveals he only married Francine for her looks. Furious with Stan, Francine "lets herself go" to see if Stan actually loves the woman he's been married to for 20 years. Meanwhile, Steve and Hayley search for the perfect wedding gift. Written by Fox Publicity
When Hayley goes to a My Morning Jacket concert against Stan's wishes, he crashes the show to bring her back home, but when he hears their music for the first time, it calls to him and he's smitten. Stan becomes obsessed with the band and decides to follow them on the road as a groupie. Written by FOX Publicity
Upset that Hayley no longer wants his advice, Stan decides to prove that she is missing out on his sage counseling. After meeting a stripper on an important CIA mission, Stan takes it upon himself to improve her life and show Hayley that his advice works. But when he opens a new business, hoping to prove Hayley wrong, he finds himself dancing for cash to cover up his failures. Written by FOX Publicity
When the Smith family goes to church on Christmas Day, Stan is furious when he can't get a good seat. While Francine tries to ease his frustration, a moment of divine intervention occurs. Upset that he has been left on earth with Francine during the ultimate fight between good and evil, Stan ditches his wife to get into the pearly gates of heaven, but when Francine is kidnapped, Stan fights to get her back. Written by FOX Publicity
When Francine demands that Stan get rid of his gas-guzzling SUV because it's draining the family of money, he hatches a plan with Roger at the local horse track to avoid giving up his ride. Meanwhile, it's up to Steve and his friends to help out an old friend. Written by FOX Publicity
Stan puts down liberal social programs because he thinks they're a waste of money and gives Francine a hard time for lending a helping hand at the local homeless shelter. When Stan develops a nasty addiction and needs help, he suddenly has a change of heart. Written by FOX Publicity
When Stan admits that his heroes include Ronald Reagan and the 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team, including Michael Eruzione and Rob McClanahan, Roger confesses that he played on the team as Chex LeMeneux. But when Roger comes clean that he took steroids to win, they both lose. Meanwhile, Reginald tries to win over Hayley by taking her to a concert. Written by FOX Publicity
After Roger and Francine are victims of a mugging, Roger joins the police academy so he can learn how to defend himself and his loved ones, but he falls in with a corrupt cop who leads him astray. Meanwhile, Hayley's new friendship threatens her long-term relationship. Written by FOX Publicity
In preparation for a neighborhood pool party, Stan tells his family to get in tip-top shape. But when an accident ruins the Smith family name, a humiliated Stan fakes his family's deaths and moves everyone out of Langley Falls to escape his shame. Written by Fox Publicity
It's Roger's birthday, and he begs to be roasted, but when he ends up devastated by the jokes, he vows to pull his life together. Things take a turn for the worse when Roger takes it one step too far, causing the Smith family to go on the run. Written by Fox Publicity
Stan gets upset with the neighborhood's newest resident Buckle for attempting to take away the title of "Scariest Haunted House" which he has won for the last eight consecutive years. In a move of sheer desperation and Stan's signature lack of foresight he resorts to a last ditch effort utilizing some assets that only a man in his profession and security clearance could and would do, he pulls out all of the stops and throws caution to the wind. Bonus points if you spot Totoro. Written by Grape Somniferum
Stan is ecstatic when Roger offers to help him live out his lifelong dream of opening a restaurant to rival his favorite childhood haunt - until their different visions for what the eatery should be cause havoc. Meanwhile, Steve meets Ashley, the new girl in school who invites him over while her parents are out of town. Written by Fox Publicity
After an argument between Stan and Francine breaks out, Stan suggests they go see a counselor, who hypnotizes Francine and reawakens her lifelong dream of being a comedian. Meanwhile, back in Langley Falls, Steve brings home a potential love interest for Klaus. Written by Fox Publicity
It's Thanksgiving in Langley Falls, and as usual, Stan invites his half-brother, Rusty, over to show off his cornucopia of wealth and good fortune. But when Stan finds out that Rusty is far wealthier than he led on, Stan tries to take from Rusty what he feels is rightfully his. Things don't go well, and the Smith family nearly loses it all. Written by Fox Publicity
If there's one thing that Stan Smith loves, it's a good jury trial. He anxiously awaits his annual jury summons. But when Roger is the defendant in the trial where Stan is the foreman, he is finally in a position to make Roger accountable for his misdeeds. Meanwhile, Jeff and Hayley move in with the Smiths, and Francine tries to get Jeff to clean up his act. Written by Fox Publicity
Stan gives Steve a gun for Christmas, even though Francine warns him that Steve is too young. As usual, Stan ignores her, and when Steve accidentally shoots Santa, he sends the North Pole into a tizzy and jeopardizes Christmas. Written by Fox Publicity
After Roger releases lethal gas into the Smith residence, the family moves into a hotel while the fumes clear. With no housework to do, Francine finds herself with a lot of free time on her hands. After befriending the hotel concierge, she soon finds herself working in the construction business, but realizes that perhaps she is better suited for family life. Written by Fox Publicity
When Stan and Francine meet a young couple, Tom and Cami, their predictable lives get a shot of adrenaline as they do their best to keep up with the younger couple's crazy and adventurous lifestyle. But it isn't long before Stan and Francine struggle to keep up and come up with a plan to slow Tom and Cami down permanently. Written by Fox Publicity
When Stan and Roger disagree over a recent string of events, Roger moves out of the house in protest but is quickly replaced by another warm body. After Roger learns of the replacement roomie, the two of them battle for Stan's affection. Meanwhile, Steve gets a new job at school that allows him to do a little self-promotion over the P.A. system. Written by Fox Publicity
When Steve challenges Stan for family dominance, Stan does everything he can to prove to Steve that he is the alpha male of the Smith house. Meanwhile, Hayley and Jeff seek marriage counseling when the honeymoon phase wears off. Written by Fox Publicity
When Steve has trouble crossing over into the "cool kids" social circle, Klaus and Roger place their bets to see how quickly Roger can make him cool. Everything they try backfires until Steve becomes the in-crowds designated driver. Meanwhile, Stan and Francine take turns pranking each other. Written by Fox Publicity
After Snot professes his love for Hayley and gets shot down, Steve and Roger devise a plan to cheer him up. Roger dresses up as Steve's cousin from New Jersey, Jenny Fromdabloc, and Snot falls hard for her. Meanwhile, Stan want to live like a gentleman of the 1960s, complete with dark suits and dry martinis. Written by Fox Publicity
Stan spends some quality father-son time with Steve at the local zoo, but things go horribly wrong when Steve slips into a gorilla exhibit. Meanwhile, Roger bets Hayley that he can become a great Country singer and sets out to write the most heartbreaking song of all time. Written by Fox Publicity
Roger becomes Steve's legal guardian, but gets a little too overzealous in the parenting department and gets Steve's BFF Principal Brian Lewis fired. After getting beat up by the other teachers at the school, Steve decides to run away. Meanwhile Stan and Francine attempt to make waves after discovering that their vacation to the biggest water park in the world fails to get their hearts pumping. Written by Fox Publicity
When Stan realizes that he might never fulfill his dream of becoming a Best Man, he convinces his last single friend, Principal Lewis, to marry the school's Superintendent and to choose him as his Best Man. Stan invites Lewis' old friend from prison to the wedding, only to discover a secret that could prevent the wedding from happening at all. Meanwhile, Roger finds the perfect pair of shorts, and an encounter with Ricky Martin makes him question his self-confidence. Written by Fox Publicity
After realizing that he has missed every milestone in Steve's life, Stan makes a desperate attempt to bond with his son by creating a busty blonde bombshell alias, Phyllis, whom he sends Steve's way. When Stan oversteps his boundaries, Francine intervenes to keep's Steve's virginity out of "blonde's" way. Meanwhile, Roger starts his own limo service, and when a group of guys "drive and dash," he goes on a manhunt to get his revenge. Written by Fox Publicity
When Stan runs into his former crush from CIA boot camp, his affection for her resurfaces, which drives Francine into a jealous frenzy. By including Roger in her plan for revenge, Francine accidentally leads him straight into the arms of a dangerous alien hunter. Meanwhile, Steve is struck with good luck, when he accidentally wears Hayley's panties to school. Written by Fox Publicity
When Steve tries to prove himself as a macho man to Stan, he follows in Roger's footsteps and tries to change himself from the outside in with a superhero persona. Meanwhile, Francine is going through an identity crisis of her own when she receives surprising news that could change the family forever. Written by Fox Publicity
When Stan finally has enough money to afford a membership at the golf club he has worked at for the past thirty summers, his hard work and perseverance prove to be futile when the club gives a membership to Steve first. However, things are not all what they seem when Stan realizes who the club owner really is. Written by Fox Publicity
Stan joins Roger and Steve's fictional detective agency, but he ruins the fun by being extremely incompetent at his "job." Roger demands that Steve fire Stan, but Steve cannot bring himself to do it and ends up lying to Roger. Things take a turn for the worse when Stan is kidnapped, and Steve must tell Roger the truth. Written by ABC Publicity
When Stan is overly enthusiastic about his hatred for old people, a hex is placed on him that turns him into a frail, old man. Meanwhile, Roger takes Francine on a road trip to a dance competition, but she soon finds out it's not what she bargained for. Written by ABC Publicity
When Barry threatens Stan's old high school wrestling record, Stan enlists Roger to beat Barry and defend his small claim to fame. However, Stan is caught off-guard when Roger, not Barry, is actually the threat to Stan's record. Written by Fox Publicity
Roger acts as the Smith family therapist under his "Dr. Penguin" alter-ego, but his services are put on hold when he is sent to Iraq to fight in the war. Klaus seizes his opportunity to be the go-to counselor of the household, but ends up causing a major ruckus. Written by Fox Publicity
A Langley Falls talk show outs Francine as "Baby Franny," the toddler who was once rescued from a well by a heroic fireman. Then, on the anniversary of her rescue, she falls down the well again and makes a shocking discovery. Meanwhile, Stan and Roger have an entrepreneurial "eureka!" moment when they think of the world's next game-changing business opportunity - male stripper shoes. Written by Fox Publicity
In a desperate attempt to show Steve that she's still a "cool" mom, Francine teaches him a vast array of shoplifting techniques to try out at the local mall. But when their attempt to pull off the ultimate heist at "The Gash" goes awry, Steve is captured and sent to a Venezuelan sweatshop. Meanwhile, Roger, Hayley and Klaus form Langley Falls' first Russian Balalaika trio. Written by Anonymous
Stan's plans for a perfect Thanksgiving watching football in his underwear are thwarted when Francine invites her adoptive parents to join them for the holiday. Meanwhile, Francine's mom encourages Hayley to get back on the dating scene and invites an eligible bachelor over, but her true intentions are revealed at Thanksgiving dinner. Written by Anonymous
Determined to get Snot to confront his emotions after his father passes away, Steve and friends embark on an epic cross-country road trip to the funeral. But Steve's commitment to his friend wavers when he falls for a Pixie Dream Girl along the way. Meanwhile, Stan and Roger invent an automatic cake-cutter for the Home Shopping Network, but their partnership is tested when they only make a "verbal agreement" to split the profits. Written by Anonymous
Roger and Francine stumble upon another alien in the woods and Roger tries to romance her, but he soon becomes annoyed with her behavior and wants to call the CIA to have them take her away, but then he has a change of heart and decides not to. Written by Anonymous
While on a visit to Wallgreens Hayley is outraged to see an attractive Blonde girl is getting queues of guys waiting to sign her petition where as Hayley had barely gotten any when she had done the same. Angered by this Hayley decides to fight fire with fire. Queue Roger and antics ensue, but will Hayley lose track of what she stands for? Meanwhile Stan becomes enraged that he is receiving too much junk mail, only to find a pamphlet for a gated community. Stan quickly realises this is his dream to live in a gated community away from riff raff. He and Steve go to check the place out where they find all they have ever dreamed of, a hot tub and some pitbulls. Written by Jack Hoyle
After Stan forgets his anniversary again, he sends Francine to a mental hospital to buy himself some time to get her a gift. After Francine goes crazy at the mental hospital, Stan tries to break her out, only to get themselves to become lobotomized. Written by LucTurgeon
Steve is desperate to date a girl and determines the best way is to become a varsity athlete. Steve tries out for the water polo team but fails. Klaus agrees to help Steve become better and hides in Steve's trunks so that he can guide Steve's swimming. Steve makes the team and with Klaus's help becomes a water polo superstar. Meanwhile, Stan and Roger buy a boat and attempt to live a boat-guy lifestyle.
Stan takes the family to church and Steve questions everything. Stan decides to help Steve develop some faith, but the plan backfires when Steve points out logical flaws with faith and religion. Stan spirals into a deep depression where he attempts to find pleasure and meaning in life, but finds none. When Stan almost drowns in a pool he has a vision of God. Stan believes that he is the new Noah and that he must get his family to an ark in order to survive the flood.
Steve narrates/sings his day a la "Trapped in the Closet". Roger's basketball playing persona, "Billy Jesusworth", hurts his ankle and loses his faith in his skills. Stan uses that against him to get back at him for being called "old". They end up playing against each other in a basketball tournament, with Shaquille O'Neal as Roger's partner and Yao Ming as Stan's. Written by Brittany
To celebrate President's Day, Stan takes Hayley to the James Garfield museum. Hayley is bored and says she couldn't care less about history. Stan uses material at the museum to clone Garfield so that he can come to life and teach Hayley about American history. Hayley and Garfield become best friends and Hayley shares with him the marvels of the modern world. Meanwhile, Steve becomes the most popular reporter on the school newspaper.
Someone fails to bring a gift to the CIA Christmas party gift swap and Bullock is left without a gift. Bullock is enraged and demands to know who ruined the party but no one confesses. Bullock assigns Stan to the case of tracking the person down, but Stan is in fact the guilty party. Stan enlists Roger to help him lie his way out of the situation. Meanwhile, Steve attempts to win girls over by acting like a true gentleman.
Stan is desperately trying to bond with Steve when he discovers that Steve is good at bowling. They enter and win several father/son bowling tournaments, attracting the attention of a coach who promises to take Steve to the next level. Steve becomes a successful competitive bowler but he and Stan begin to drift apart. Meanwhile, Klaus officiates a contest between Hayley and Roger to see who has the worst attention span.
Stan is afraid that Hayley is drifting aimlessly through life, so he tries to teach her the value of a good plan. Stan takes Hayley on a CIA mission, but the mission backfires when Bullock fails to develop a good plan. Hayley discovers that Bullock is sleep-deprived which is leading him to plan dangerous missions. In order to save Stan, Hayley must teach him how to improvise. Meanwhile, Jeff tries to recreate a musical instrument he saw in a dream.
Steve and Snot go to summer camp, but each wants something different out of the experience. Meanwhile, Roger organizes a "Burning Man" in the Smith's backyard for the anniversary of Hayley and Jeff. Stan and Francine get caught up in the celebration.
The family gathers to hear the results of Stan's annual physical. The doctor reveals that Stan is not taking care of himself and orders him to live a healthier life. Stan is stubborn, so Roger and Francine conspire to scare Stan with a near death experience. Stan becomes addicted to the near death experience when he watches his life flash before his eyes. Meanwhile, Klaus takes Steve on a tour of a university.
The Smith family is participating in televised race that takes them all over the globe. Stan and Hayley are frustrated that their teammates don't take the race seriously. Steve and Francine try to turn the race into a vacation, while Roger abandons the race to enjoy karaoke. Stan and Hayley abandon their teams and attempt to complete the race on their own. Meanwhile, Klaus watches the race as it unfolds on television.
Francine dreams of having a larger family and wonders if being adopted has affected her view of families. Hayley encourages Francine to track down her birth parents. Francine finds her family and attends a family reunion. At the union, the family patron decides to whittle his large family down by trapping them on the property and forcing them to fight each other. Meanwhile, Stan becomes obsessed with the TV show "American Pickers".
Stan and Hayley attend a football game together. A gang of criminals takes over the stadium in an attempt to rob it. The criminals take Hayley hostage and Stan works to foil their plans. Meanwhile, the rest of the family watches the game on TV at their home, while having a beauty treatment.
Roger is lonely and unhappy as he thinks everyone but him has a stable relationship. Roger tries online dating and ends up on a date with Klaus, who is also looking for love. Klaus and Roger begin a passionate and secret affair, but Roger wants a more serious commitment. Meanwhile, Steve tries to get out of taking the Presidential Fitness Test.
The Smith family receives a notice that Grandpa Jack's storage unit is being auctioned away. Stan forbids the family from visiting the storage unit but Steve wants to learn more about Grandpa. Steve discovers a garbage truck in the unit and brings it to Stan. Stan has a few good memories of the truck so he and Steve start running the old garbage route. Steve learns that the truck was part of a drug running business but hides this from Stan. Meanwhile, Roger takes Hayley on the competitive bumper pool circuit.
In the year 1870, the outlaw Stan Smith travels to Arizona in search of freedom. Stan is pursued by the bounty hunter Roger, who is looking for his last big score. Stan enters a small town where he runs into the Bullock Gang, a group of ruthless men who seek to control the local water supply. Seeking redemption from his past, Stan vows to help the town's citizens.
Francine is happy watching vapid morning talk shows and ignoring real world news. When she decides to surprise Stan at work she accidentally discovers that Stan has been running her favorite show in an attempt to shelter her from the real world. Francine turns to Roger who leads her into the twisted world of conspiracy theories. Meanwhile, Steve and Klaus help Snot's family move into a new apartment.
Steve gets competitive and turns on his best friend during the father-son events at Possum Lake, the home of the legendary fish-monster called Old Ulysses. Roger pretends to be the local tour guide and becomes more infamous than the fish.