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Family Guy, Vol. 2 - Season 3

Family Guy, Vol. 2 - Season 3

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Family Guy, Vol. 2 comes to DVD from 20th Century Fox Home Video. This three-disc set contains all 21 episodes from the third and final season, originally aired from 2001-2002. Also contains the unaired episode "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein" with an optional commentary track. Each episode is presented with a standard full-frame transfer and Dolby Digital


Family Guy, Vol. 2 comes to DVD from 20th Century Fox Home Video. This three-disc set contains all 21 episodes from the third and final season, originally aired from 2001-2002. Also contains the unaired episode "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein" with an optional commentary track. Each episode is presented with a standard full-frame transfer and Dolby Digital Surround Sound in English. Spanish and French soundtracks are also available. Subtitles are offered in English and Spanish. Creator and voice actor Seth MacFarlane along with various crew members provide audio commentary for the episodes "Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington, "Death Lives, "Mr. Saturday Knight, "Ready, Willing, and Disabled, and "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows." Also includes 28 deleted animatics, the original series pilot pitch, and the featurettes "Uncensored" and "Series Overview." This set is highly recommended for fans of yet another beloved animated series canceled by FOX and picked up by Cartoon Network.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Cree McCree
Dismissed by many critics as a poor man's Simpsons, Seth MacFarlane's Family Guy managed to leave its mark on prime-time animation fans, regardless of unfair comparisons. The Griffin clan of Quahog, Rhode Island, gained an avid following during its brief three-season run with choice bits of pop-culture comedy. Beer-gutted patriarch Peter, his long-suffering wife, Lois, and their two moody teens belong to a dysfunctional family tree that bridges the gap between Married...with Children and The Osbournes, thanks in no small part to a pair of uniquely delightful characters: the imperious infant Stewie, who escaped from his mother's "ovarian Bastille" with a full-blown Napoleon complex, and the family pooch, Brian, a jive-talking hepcat trapped in a dog's body. Many of Season 3's funniest episodes revolve around the swingin' canine, who turns porn auteur in "Brian Does Hollywood" and gets addicted to cocaine while on the job as a drug-sniffing dog in "The Thin White Line." Another standout, "Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington," skewers Big Tobacco and shady politicos (and features the voice of former child star turned California gubernatorial candidate Gary Coleman). Special features include the never-aired episode "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein," in which Peter tries to convince his goy-boy to become a successful Jew. With such cool DVD extras, fans who loudly protested the show's cancellation may be moved to shout Stewie's catchphrase: "Victory is mine!"

Product Details

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20th Century Fox
Region Code:
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital Surround]
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Never-before-seen unaired episode: "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein"; Commentaries on selected episodes by series creator Seth MacFarlane, producers, directors, writers and cast members; 28 deleted scenes (animatics); Original series pitch (cut-down of pilot episode); 2 new featurettes: "Uncensored" and "Series Overview"

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Seth MacFarlane Actor
Abe Vigoda Himself
Bob Barker Himself
Brian Doyle-Murray Salty,Various Voices
Carlos Alazraqui Mr. Weed
Chris Cox George W. Bush,Mark,Ross Fishman
Ed McMahon Himself
Gene Simmons Himself
Jenna Jameson Herself
Jennifer Love Hewitt Herself
Jennifer Tilly Bonnie
Lori Alan Diane
Michael Chiklis Bronx Guy,Hennessy
Patrick Duffy Jack
Peter Frampton Himself
Rachael MacFarlane Olivia
Tony Danza Himself
Wallace Shawn Bertram
Waylon Jennings Himself
Will Ferrell Black Knight
Ace Frehley Himself
Adam Carolla Death
Carol Kane Carol
Fairuza Balk Connie
Gary Cole Michael Eisner,Mike Brady,Dr. Franklin
Gilbert Gottfried Mort Goldman
Hugh Downs Himself
Jimmy Kimmel Death's Dog
June Foray Rocky
Kathleen Wilhoite Sam
Mark Pasedes Pasqual
Mike Barker Dilbert
Peter Criss Himself
Peter Riegert Max Weinstein
Ron Jeremy Himself
Valerie Bertinelli Herself
Adam West Mayor Adam West
Alyssa Milano Herself
Andy Dick Himself
Ben Stein Rabbi Golberg
Dakota Fanning Little Girl
Danny Smith Andy Capp
Ed Asner Steve Bellows
Fred Willard Dave Campbell
Leif Garrett Himself
Nicole Sullivan Muriel Goldman
Paul Stanley Himself
Ralph Garman Ted Turner,Gene Rayburn,Paul Simon,Bernie,Dustin Hoffman
Ray Liotta Himself
Regis Philbin Himself
Alex Rocco Bea Arthur
Don LaFontaine FOX Announcer
Estelle Harris Death's Mom
Haley Joel Osment Kid in Bathroom
John Kassir Man from "It's a Wonderful Life"
Kelly Ripa Herself
Mark Hamill Luke Skywalker
Ricky Blitt Milano's Lawyer,Mordecai
Tara Strong Eliza Pinchley
Brian Dunkleman Buck Owens
Charles Durning Francis
Lauren Graham Mother Maggie
Louise Duart Various Voices
Majel Barrett Ship Computer
Michael Winslow Himself

Technical Credits
Andi Klein Director
Bert Ring Director
Brian Hogan Director
Dan Povenmire Director
Gavin Dell Director
Glen Hill Director
Michael Dante DiMartino Director
Pete Michels Director
Peter Shin Director
Rob Renzetti Director
Scott Wood Director

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc One
1. Company Picnic/Main Titles
2. K-9
3. Dog With a Monkey
4. The First Step
5. High on Life/End Credits
1. I Love LA/Main Titles
2. Stewie Says the Darndest Things
3. The Player
4. Doing It Doggie Style
5. Getting a Woody/End Credits
1. Opening Day/Main Titles
2. Tobacco Initiative
3. That Guy
4. Capital Gains
5. Morally Bankrupt/End Credits
1. Winds of Change/Main Titles
2. British Invasion
3. Quahog Beer Party
4. Doin' Time
5. Naughty Nigel/End Credits
1. Manly Competition/Main Titles
2. Flag Squad
3. Wang Dang Doodle
4. It's Not the Size...
5. Peter Packin' Peter/End Credits
1. Happy Anniversary/Main Titles
2. I Remember When
3. You Do or You Don't
4. Love and Death
5. Revelations/End Credits
1. Leafers of New York/Main Titles
2. "Free the Beast"
3. The Tae-Jitsu Mom
4. Kung Fu, Lois Style
5. Anger Management/End Titles
1. Three Wheelin'/Main Titles
2. Close to You
3. Taken for a Ride
4. Super Hugh
5. "Meal"/End Credits
Side #2 -- Disc Two
1. Career Day/Main Titles
2. Dinner Party
3. Job Search
4. Peter Lance a Lot
5. Medieval Madness/End Credits
1. Spring Break Blues/Main Titles
2. Merrily We Boat Along
3. Making Changes
4. Fish Tales
5. Daggermouth's Demise/End Credits
1. Family Emergency/Main Titles
2. Come to Daddy
3. "I'm the Baby"
4. Phase II
5. Sperm Wars/End Credits
1. Barbara's Birthday/Main Titles
2. Crime and Punishment
3. You Know You're a Redneck...
4. Blending In
5. A Whole Heap of Trouble/End Credits
1. Acting on Instinct
2. Can't We Just Get Along
3. Poker Face
4. Dog Day Afternoon
5. Ethical Choices/End Credits
1. Word on the Street
2. Finding Your Roots
3. Culture Shock
4. Black Is the Color
5. Reparations/End Credits
1. For Those Less Fortunate/Main Titles
2. Do the Right Thing
3. Special People's Games
4. High Roller
5. Believing the Hype/End Credits
1. Christmas Spirits/Main Titles
2. Spying Old St. Nick
3. Giving Is Receiving
4. Last Minute Shopping
5. Greatest Christmas Pageant Ever/End Credits
Side #3 -- Disc Three
1. How Low Can You Go/Main Titles
2. Drowning His Sorrow
3. Indentured Servant
4. Bird Beard
5. Leaving the Nest/End Credits
1. The Acting Bug/Main Titles
2. Dinner au Natural
3. Toot Your Horn
4. Hitting a High Note
5. Broadway Baby/End Credits
1. Stuck on Your/Main Titles
2. Hey, Jealous Lover
3. Spy Game
4. The Dating Game
5. In and Out of Love/End Credits
1. Kiss Stock/Main Titles
2. Middle East Musical
3. Rock and Roll All Nite
4. On the Road Again
5. Behind the Magic/End Titles
1. Three Wishes/Main Titles
2. Peter the Hutt
3. Toxic Avengers
4. "Drunk With Power"
5. For the Love of Lois/End Credits
1. Spending Money/Main Titles
2. Wish Upon a Star of David
3. Financial Advisor
4. Temple of Intellect
5. Buying a Bar Mitzvah/End Credits

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Family Guy, Vol. 2 - Season 3 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Here's the deal...it's quite plain and SIMPLE folks...if you love the Simpsons, you MUST check out the Family Guy!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This season was okay although some of the episodes were alright. Stewie is also funny.
Guest More than 1 year ago
all i have to say is this show is funny watch it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Family Guy is a hilariously funny show, and its a shame it was ever canceled. There are so many one liners from the show that are just priceless. Sometimes you miss them because you may be already laughing at a situation, so be aware these shows should be watched OVER and OVER again! Also if you are from the MA or RI area (as I am) you will find the little regional comments and sight gags wicked funny! Buddy Cianci Junior High :)
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've seen most of the episodes before and seeing them over still makes me laugh
Guest More than 1 year ago
all i have to say is that the family guy is and was the greatest cartoon show ever, and fox made a huge mistake cancelling it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Family guy is possibly the greatest cartoon of all time. It appeals to all audiances(not young children)12 and over. Theres never an episode that will not make you laugh. Take the 'pancakes' episode. You know, the one where meg says stewie is a crack addict and that her deadbeat-husband doent pay for anything. That one, kept me laughing for a full half hours straight. Now, simpsons and futurama are two other excellent cartoons, bur family guy might beat em all. I hope you enjoy Family Guy as much as I did!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a die-hard Simpsons fan but I must say The Family Guy knocks them out the box. Alot of jokes will go over the head of some but everybody will find something to love about this series. Maybe one day FOX will get smart and bring it back.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Yes the Simpsons is a very funny show indeed with it's quick wit and humorous antics, but Family Guy has the Simpsons beat. Family Guy has got to be one of the funniest family television shows cartoon or sitcom in history. It's twice as irreverent, twice as witty, and twice as controversial as the Simpsons will ever be. There are similarities between Homer and Peter though; they're both big, fat and stupid, but Peter is practically brainless and he has funnier one-liners than Homer. But unlike the Simpsons, Family Guy has a lot of celebrity and political lampooning, like this episode where Peter makes fun of Dick Armey; Peter says, 'Hey Armey, what's your wife's name, Vagina Coast Guard?' All in all, Family Guy's twisted humor can only be compared to one other cartoon......South Park.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Family Guy is the best show ever. And anyone who says otherwise is either wrong or a liar....a rotten dirty stinking liar.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When this show was aired on Fox, I passed it up as childish and stupid. Now that it is on DVD, I gave it a second look. This show is consistently funny and original. If you are a fan of the shows on Fox's current Sunday lineup...you will love this!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you haven't yet seen an episode of The Family Guy than you haven't truly lived. The animated television phenomenon revolves around the life of an ''average'' family and all of the hilarious adventures they encounter in their everyday lives. Probably the most notable feature of this show is how completely random it is. The jokes are incredibly funny and the show itself is truly entertaining. Be sure you don't pass up on this awesome DVD pack!
Dunn1inc More than 1 year ago
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.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I laughed my butt off while I watched this. It is some of the funniest stuff in the world.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Family Guy was the funniest show that has ever aired on television in my lifetime. It does not get as much credit as cartoons like the Simpson's many because it initially had a cult following, and then FOX changed its night and time of airing routinely during the season. No wonder they didn't get the ratings they wanted. This is a can't miss DVD.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Family Guy is the greatest comedy show in the history of television, bar--none. It is often more clever than Sienfeld, and even more out-there than The Simpsons or even Futerama. And even the commentary tracks are entertaining. Any worthwile DVD collection will have both sets.
Guest More than 1 year ago
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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