Season 4 of the animated misadventures of CIA operative Stan Smith and his family opened in a blaze of glory with "1600 Candles," which was nominated for a primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour). In it, Roger celebrates his 1600th birthday, but the Smiths are too freaked out by Steve's impending puberty to celebrate. So Roger decides to make his own birthday fun. In other excellent outings: Stan learns that Francine was engaged to another man before she met him, and tracks the guy down to size him up. Then he wants Francine to choose between them; and Stan spends a night out with the guys and has a lot of explaining to do because of it. The latter episode featured the voice talent of singer Joss Stone who played an unattractive young woman and a hooker.