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Family Guy, Vol. 1 - Seasons 1 & 2

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Overview

This edgy animated sitcom proved so popular after cancellation that it was subsequently resurrected and brought back to prime time. Family Guy arrives on DVD with some hilarious extras thanks to 20th Century Fox Home Video. Presented as originally aired in 1.33:1 full-frame, this release offers audio rendered in closed-captioned English Dolby Digital Surround in addition to alternate Spanish Dolby Digital Surround and French Dolby Digital Stereo. Optional English and Spanish subtitles are available as well. For ...
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Overview

This edgy animated sitcom proved so popular after cancellation that it was subsequently resurrected and brought back to prime time. Family Guy arrives on DVD with some hilarious extras thanks to 20th Century Fox Home Video. Presented as originally aired in 1.33:1 full-frame, this release offers audio rendered in closed-captioned English Dolby Digital Surround in addition to alternate Spanish Dolby Digital Surround and French Dolby Digital Stereo. Optional English and Spanish subtitles are available as well. For those who can't get enough of the irreverent series, there are also audio commentaries on select episodes, featuring creator Seth MacFarlane, executive producer David Zuckerman, and various writers and cast members. A behind-the-scenes featurette provides a look at the making of Family Guy and internet promo spots show off some web-savvy marketing.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentaries on selected episodes with series creator Seth MacFarlane, executive producer David Zuckerman, writers and cast members; Internet promo spots; Behind-the-scenes featurette
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Peter Marchand
It may lack the cultural-landmark status of The Simpsons or the gross-out slacker cachet of South Park, but Seth MacFarlane's Family Guy is truly a gem among TV’s animated prime-time series, an often hilarious outing that enjoyed an unjustly short 1999-2001 network run. The series about the Quahog, Rhode Island, Griffins -- beer-swilling dad Peter, put-upon mom Lois, teens Meg and Chris, baby Stewie, and family pooch Brian -- obviously found some inspiration in Matt Groening's Springfield. Yet The Family Guy manages to up the ante on irreverence, sinking its teeth into targets ranging from Big Tobacco to tainted elections. The show's power lies in its eclectic ensemble cast -- with the voice and maniacal demeanor of a 007 villain, enfant terrible Stewie is a wondrous creation, a chatty genius baby bent on world domination yet frustrated by the limits facing any one-year-old. But the breakout character is Brian -- a canine who talks, smokes, and drinks like a member of the Rat Pack. The pooch is the linchpin of such bizarrely brilliant episodes as "Brian Does Hollywood," in which, as a struggling screenwriter, he is sucked into the porn industry with adult guests Ron Jeremy and Jenna Jamison. Like The Simpsons, Family Guy shines brightest when its metaphors are stretched to their limit. Take "E. Peterbus," wherein Peter forms his own country of Petoria and, after he invades his neighbor's pool and incurs the U.N.'s wrath, finds the U.S. Army at his border. In the wrong hands, this could have been an experiment in poor taste. In MacFarlane's deft hands, it's merely delicious.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/15/2003
  • UPC: 024543069515
  • Rating:

  • Source: 20Th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital Surround
  • Language: English, Español, Français
  • Time: 10:24:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 11,347

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Norm MacDonald
Technical Credits
Seth MacFarlane Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc One - Season One
1. The People in Your Neighborhood/Main Titles
2. The Effects of Alcohol
3. Cloudy With a Chance of Lies
4. Well Off on Welfare
5. Paying for Your Mistakes/End Credits
1. Stewie Calling/Main Titles
2. Driver's Ed
3. As Seen on TV
4. Quality Time
5. All in the Family/End Credits
1. #1 Dad/Main Titles
2. Birth Day
3. Party Favors
4. Cult Without Personality
5. The Man in White/End Credits
1. The Freshmaker/Main Titles
2. For Better or Worse
3. House Arrest
4. A Family Affair
5. Past, Present, Perfect/End Credits
1. Fuzzy Wuzzy Spell/Main Titles
2. Toy Boys vs. Pranksters
3. The All American
4. In Search of Danger
5. Heroes/End Credits
1. Stewie's Worst Nightmare/Main Titles
2. Scout Out
3. Roadtrip
4. Native Son
5. The More You Know/End Credits
1. Eight Is Enough/Main Titles
2. Hot Dog
3. Canine Controversy
4. Down and Out in Quahog
5. Pet Laws/End Credits
Side #2 -- Disc Two - Season Two
1. The Color of Money/Main Titles
2. "This House Is Freakin' Sweet"
3. My Fair Peter
4. Blueblood Blues
5. Easy Money/End Credits
1. He's a Jolly Good Fellow/Main Titles
2. Holy Father
3. Work Mule of God
4. Pope-apalooza
5. "To the Popemobile"/End Credits
1. The Sky Is Falling/Main Titles
2. Three, Two, One...
3. Signs of Intelligent Life
4. Twinkle Town
5. New Quahog/End Credits
1. Wee Wee Wee/Main Titles
2. It's My Potty
3. The Seven Year Itch
4. Interspecies Love
5. Lusting for Lois/End Credits
1. Harvest Festival/Main Titles
2. Who's the Boss
3. Trophy Envy
4. Security Breach
5. Daring Rescue/End Credits
1. Lumpy/Main Titles
2. Ding Dong Death
3. Death Defying
4. If the Cloak Fits
5. See You Next Time/End Credits
1. Artistic Direction/Main Titles
2. The King and I
3. Star Power
4. Creative Showdown
5. A Peter Griffin Production/End Credits
Side #3 -- Disc Three - Season Two
1. An Offer You Can't Refuse/Main Titles
2. The Joker
3. Sensitivity Training
4. That Feminine Feeling
5. Showdown/End Credits
1. Gumbel 2 Gumbel/Main Titles
2. Grant a Dream
3. Song for Dying Boy
4. Exploitation
5. Fallen Idol/End Credits
1. School Trouble/Main Titles
2. Unopposed or Not
3. Just Bring It
4. Master Debater
5. I Am Not a Crook/End Credits
1. Bob's Funland/Main Titles
2. You're Nobody 'Til...
3. The Making of Christobel
4. Bye Bye Birdie
5. Art Imitates Life/End Credits
1. Quahog Clam Day/Main Titles
2. Girl Talk
3. Talk to the Hand
4. The Real Live Griffins
5. Meg Season Replacement/End Credits
1. Traveling Companions/Main Titles
2. A Night of Living Dangerously
3. The Long Way Home
4. Soft Core Relationship Counseling
5. A Little Song and Dance/End Credits
1. Don't Do Toad/Main Titles
2. Operation Lando
3. "Give It Up"
4. Double Crossing Daddy
5. Set the Night to Music/End Credits
Side #4 -- Disc Four - Season Two
1. Social Disorder
2. Duck Duck Goose
3. Unfriendly Skies
4. Young at Heart
5. Counterfeit Love/End Credits
1. New Used Car/Main Titles
2. Repaying Favor
3. Big Fat Paulie
4. Hit Me
5. Marriage Is a Team/End Credits
1. Flea Bitten/Main Titles
2. Pest Control
3. School for Slimming
4. Hot to Trot
5. Beautiful People/End Credits
1. Major Purchases/Main Titles
2. Zone This
3. "Can't Touch Me"
4. Crisis in Quahog
5. Peace Treaty/End Credits
1. School Days/Main Titles
2. Membership Has Its Privileges
3. Journalistic Integrity
4. Photo Op
5. "Straightening Things Out"/End Credits
1. Something's Brewing/Main Titles
2. The Final Scroll
3. Brewery Tour
4. A Bit of the Bubbly
5. Best in Show/End Credits
1. Spring Cleaning/Main Titles
2. Pitch a Tent
3. Parenting 101
4. Drug Induced Dreamland
5. Man-Boy/End Credits
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Menu

Side #1 -- Disc One - Season One
   Death Has a Shadow
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
      Language Selection
         Languages: English Dolby Surround
         Languages: Spanish Dolby Surround
         Languages: French Stereo
         Captions and Subtitles: English
         Captions and Subtitles: Spanish
         Captions and Subtitles: None
      Commentary
         Commentary for "Death Has a Shadow" by Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein and David Zuckerman: On
         Commentary for "Death Has a Shadow" by Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein and David Zuckerman: Off
   I Never Met the Dead Man
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Chitty Chitty Death Bang
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Mind Over Murder
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   A Hero Sits Next Door
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   The Son Also Draws
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
      Commentary
         Commentary for "The Son Also Draws" by Seth MacFarlane, Craig Hoffman, Alex Borstein and Chris Sheridan: On
         Commentary for "The Son Also Draws" by Seth MacFarlane, Craig Hoffman, Alex Borstein and Chris Sheridan: Off
   Brian: Portrait of a Dog
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Play All
   Fox.com Promos
      Don't Vote
      Stewie's Demands
      Family Values
      Stewie vs. Family
      Superbowl
      Pants On
      Mission
Side #2 -- Disc Two - Season Two
   Peter, Peter Caviar Eater
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
      Language Selection
         Languages: English Dolby Surround
         Languages: Spanish Dolby Surround
         Languages: French Stereo
         Captions and Subtitles: English
         Captions and Subtitles: Spanish
         Captions and Subtitles: None
      Commentary
         Commentary for "Peter, Peter Caviar Eater" by Seth MacFarlane, Chris Sheridan, Ron Jones and Seth Green: On
         Commentary for "Peter, Peter Caviar Eater" by Seth MacFarlane, Chris Sheridan, Ron Jones and Seth Green: Off
   Holy Crap
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
      Commentary
         Commentary for "Holy Crap" by Seth MacFarlane, Chris Sheridan, Danny Smith and Steve Callaghan: On
         Commentary for "Holy Crap" by Seth MacFarlane, Chris Sheridan, Danny Smith and Steve Callaghan: Off
   Da Boom
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Brian in Love
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Love Thy Trophy
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Death Is a Bitch
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   The King Is Dead
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Play All
Side #3 -- Disc Three - Season Two
   I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
      Language Selection
         Languages: English Dolby Surround
         Languages: Spanish Dolby Surround
         Languages: French Stereo
         Captions and Subtitles: English
         Captions and Subtitles: Spanish
         Captions and Subtitles: None
   If I'm Dyin', I'm Lyin'
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Running Mates
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Bucks
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Fifteen Minutes of Shame
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
      Commentary
         Commentary for "Fifteen Minutes of Shame" by Seth MacFarlane, Steve Callaghan and Lisa Wilhoit: On
         Commentary for "Fifteen Minutes of Shame" by Seth MacFarlane, Steve Callaghan and Lisa Wilhoit: Off
   Road to Rhode Island
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Let's Go to the Hop
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
      Commentary
         Commentary for "Let's Go to the Hop" by Seth MacFarlane, Steve Callaghan, Matt Weitzman and Seth Green: On
         Commentary for "Let's Go to the Hop" by Seth MacFarlane, Steve Callaghan, Matt Weitzman and Seth Green: Off
   Play All
Side #4 -- Disc Four - Season Two
   Dammit Janet
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
      Language Selection
         Languages: English Dolby Surround
         Languages: Spanish Dolby Surround
         Languages: French Stereo
         Captions and Subtitles: English
         Captions and Subtitles: Spanish
         Captions and Subtitles: None
   There's Something About Paulie
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   He's Too Sexy for His Fat
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
      Commentary
         Commentary for "He's Too Sexy for His Fat" by Seth MacFarlane, Steve Callaghan, Chris Sheridan and Danny Smith: On
         Commentary for "He's Too Sexy for His Fat" by Seth MacFarlane, Steve Callaghan, Chris Sheridan and Danny Smith: Off
   E. Peterbus Unum
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
      Commentary
         Commentary for "E. Peterbus Unum" by Seth MacFarlane, Neil Goldman, Garret Donovan and Greg Garcia: On
         Commentary for "E. Peterbus Unum" by Seth MacFarlane, Neil Goldman, Garret Donovan and Greg Garcia: Off
   The Story on Page One
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Wasted Talent
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Fore Father
      Play Episode
      Scene Selection
   Play All
   Behind the Scenes Featurette
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Customer Reviews

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Show

    Iv'e been watching Family Guy for a while now and i have to say i dont like it... I love it. I especially like the many musical numbers. Especially The FCC Song in the episode PTV If I could I would give this show 100 stars out of 5.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    All the old RVA classics!

    Heres to the good old days! This review is written one day before a new era in politics, an era long hoped for by Reidsville Adventures overlord Al Ralphingmree. But reading the old RVA commentary regarding issues affecting the early '80s additionally makes one nostalgic for the days before there were Wallmarts and McMansions. Everything is done just right, with Axen as the left-wing voice of reason, Jebbinghouse perfectly bigoted as ever, Jade the typical mall rat, and Ackson the black quarterback who enjoys popularity but refuses to act snobby. The political commentary is just perfect; after the outcome of the 1984 election strips were run mocking both Reagan and Mondale. And the Focus on the Family parody is a classic. Easily recommended for anybody who likes politics, or just relationship comics.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    more from this reviewer

    awesome

    When this series first came out I didn't like it at all. I found it crass & just pointless. After watching the whole first season I realised that it was the sick kind of humor that I like. Cutting edge & new presented in cartoon form. Brilliant! You really have to wonder what the station was thining when it opted to cancel the show not once but twice! Now Mcfarlane is top of the class. I would recommend this series to anyone looking for a great horse laugh.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Family Guy is HILLARIOUS

    This is, by far, the funniest thing I have every seen. There isn't a better show on earth, thanks mainly to Stewie and Brian. Seriously, if there is anyone out there who still finds the Simpsons to be a superior show, I recommend they watch this. They'll change their minds in an instant!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WATCH THIS SHOW!

    Family Guy is the show that keeps me going everyday. Without this television show, I probably would've killed myself by now. If you don't watch this show, then you might as well just become a Jehovahs Witness, because you have nothing else to live for.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Greatest Show

    I think pretty much everyone had heard of Family Guy, even if you haven't seen it. It's a great show that is gauranteed to crack you up. Sure, it pokes fun at Catholics, Jews, and Southerners (just to name a few), but this is a fun show- it's nothing personal. I'm Catholic and from the South, and I don't think there's anything truly offensive in this show. It's so funny, irreverant, and quirky! I love it! BUY IT TODAY!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Family Guy vol. 1

    This show is pretty funny with some interesting but weird episodes. Though Peter is the funniest character ever created similar to Homer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It's Freakin' HILARIOUS

    It's SO FUNNY

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    'Five Stars!'

    Super funny, love it! Great Comedy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Word Comedy Is the Defenition of Family Guy

    If You've never seen Family Guy you NEED to see it NOW! It is so funny. And the characters are Unbelivebly FUNNY! And above all STEWIE is adorable. He's a talking baby with the illest lines. And Brian is also a fav of mine. An alchoholic-desperate dog who can also talk.If I were to put all 5 legendary cartoon comedy's in order I would put this list out to the world 1.Family Guy 2.The Simpsons 3.Beavis and Butthead 4.Futurama 5.South Park. FAMILY GUY is... and will always be THE BEST!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Awesome!

    This DVD set was so much fun to watch with my friends. I still never get tired of it, because their is so many episodes. The third season is deffinetly better though, so get that one first, not saying that this is bad though.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Can WE NOT GET ENOUGH?

    This is so HILARIOUS! Peter, Lois, Chris, Megan, Stewie, Brian, and friends kick this dvd off! I'm so glad they're bringing Family Guy back to FOX in summer of 2005. You should be glad too, because this is simply non-forgetable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I'm still laughing

    Hilarious, but sometimes vulgar. Fun and clever, the writers on this show are genius! Follows right in the same trend as The Simpsons, Futurama and a little bit South Park (minus the potty mouths)...there are some sexual references, so it isn't suitable for young children, but it's still oh so good!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Better than the Simpsons?!? Hell Yeh!!

    Family Guy is way better than the Simpsons. If you buy this box set, watch the first episode first. That'll set the standard for all the other ones. The Simpsons never had the consistency of funniness from episode to episode as well as Family Guy hilariously does.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Bart Who?

    Doesn't anyone remember when the Simpsons used to offend everyone in the same way that Family Guy alledgedly did. I can never tire of watching the Griffins, whereas I hardly watch the Simpsons anymore except episodes from their first 3 seasons (They stopped being edgy after that, in my opinion)I wouldn't mind being a character in the show if it was ever brought back. Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie, and Brian, YOU GUYS ROCK!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A converted chick weighs in

    When my fiance first started watching Family Guy in front of me, I was a little dumbstruck - not to mention convinced the show was evil. And yet, the more I watched it, the more I began to appreciate it. There are still times when I find it 'wrong, wrong, dirty and wrong,' but I really enjoy it now. The final straw that convinced me: a random Quantum Leap joke in the episode where Meg's nerdy boy nemesis tries everything to make her fall in love with him. I'm actually hooked now, much to my surprise. (Says the girl who saw Beavis and Butt-head Do America in the theatre.) Oh, and fellow fans: This DVD series has been so successful that Fox is considering ordering NEW episodes!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Missed out the first time around

    I only caught a few eps when Family Guy originally aired, and I didn't appreciate it then. Only in the reruns on Cartoon Network have I grown to enjoy the show, it's great. Will be ordering the set soon.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Dylan, Philosopher of the Great Cartoons

    Family guy was unreasonably taken off the air. This show was gold, mind you, there are very VERY funny parts but the are ussually are at someones expense. Thos who watch it will agree. There were alternatioves to taking it off and replacing it with stupid reality TV shows like temptation island and married by america. This show owns. Plain and simple. Oh, and to those who argue that the simpsons is better, Think about all the advantages it had! I garuntee that had the simpsons spawned around the same time peter and the family did then they wouldn't have lasted, In fact the only reason they still hold on today is because they have tons of seasons under their belt. Buy this DvD, You'll agree with me when your done watching.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wittier than the Simpsons.. Is that POSSIBLE??? yes.

    People treated this show like the bast@rd son of Matt Groening, accusing the creators of following the working class nuclear family formula of the Simpsons. Aside from the fact that this formula goes back to the days of The Honeymooners, Seth McFarlane and his team created an entirely different world, and argueably catalyzed into popular humor a new wave of fast, witty, sometimes esoteric- but always hilarious comedy. They took chances, laughed at racism, homophobia, terrorism, religion, and even when you didn't get the joke you laughed. Their following of what appeared at first to be just a Freaks and Geeks band of TV junkies, spread the good news of Peter Griffin and his antics and the world is a better and funnier place for it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best adult cartoon series ever

    The truth: The Family Guy was, and now in DVD form is, the funniest cartoon ever produced. It is a shame that it just lasted for a few seasons, but now that I see the decadence of long-running series like The Simpsons, I'm glad that at least The Family Guy made three solid and classic seasons. All the episodes are good. They are brash, daring, irreverent, creative, intelligent, funny, they have everything you want, or need, to just laugh and have an entertaining half hour. I highly recommend The Family Guy, or else I wouldn't have spent these few minutes writing so.

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