Family Guy: Season 2 (1999 - 2000)

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Season 2
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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 23, 1999
2
Air date: Sep 30, 1999
3
Air date: Dec 26, 1999
4
Air date: Mar 7, 2000
5
Air date: Mar 14, 2000
6
Air date: Mar 21, 2000
7
Air date: Mar 28, 2000
8
Air date: Mar 28, 2000
9
Air date: Apr 4, 2000
10
Air date: Apr 11, 2000
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Series 2 continues the animated antics of the constantly grousing Griffin family. The most noteworthy episodic development was the introduction of what would go on to become a very popular theme: "Road to" parodies that hearkened back to the Bob Hope-Bing Crosby song-and-dance comedies of old. The first one was "The Road to Rhode Island," which featured an elaborate musical number and had Stewie and Brian stranded in California and trying to make their way back to their home state. Stars who did voice cameos as themselves included Gregg Allman, Luke Perry, Robin Leach and Lee Majors.

Cast

Seth MacFarlane
as Peter Griffin/Stewie Griffin/Brian Griffin
Alex Borstein
as Lois Griffin/Aunt Margarite
Seth Green
as Chris Griffin
Mila Kunis
as Meg Griffin
Lacey Chabert
as Meg Griffin
Mike Henry
as Cleveland/Cleveland Jr.
Danny Smith
as Jack Hanna
Adam West
as Himself
Tara Strong
as Flight Attendant
Carlos Alazraqui
as Gnome/Mr. Weed/Road Manager
Candice Bergen
as Gloria Ironbachs
Faith Ford
as Miss Watson
Mike Barker
as Sean Penn
Gregg Allman
as Himself
Michael Chiklis
as Big Fat Paulie
Colm Meaney
as Francis Griffin
Gary Janetti
as Eric McCormack
Patrick Duffy
as Bobby Ewing
Will Ferrell
as Fisherman/Miles `Chatterbox' Musket
Mo Collins
as Ms. Hobson
Alan King
as The Don
Pablo Francisco
as Cuban Official
Bobby Costanza
as Biff/Louie
Debra Wilson
as Sandy Belfer/Sarah Kern
Joe Regalbuto
as Frank Fontana
Martin Mull
as Mr. Harris
Wally Wingert
as Male Teacher/Mr. Sloan
Diane Robin
as The Bride/Contestant
Craig Hoffman
as Norman/Yul
Peter Roth
as Executive No. 1
Billiam Coronel
as Jay Leno/Valet
Phil LaMarr
as Fat Albert/Rev. Jesse Jackson
Bobby Bowman
as Tie Salesman
Billiam Coronell
as Jay Leno/Valet
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Critic Reviews for Family Guy Season 2

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If you find offensive humor funny, chances are you'll love this show.

Apr 11, 2018 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

Sure, the show got cancelled after this, but it's episodes like this that helped make the show so successful on DVD, and ultimately helped bring the series back to television.

Nov 26, 2013 | Rating: 9.3/10 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Family Guy: Season 2

  • Jan 12, 2019
    Gut-bustingly hilarious with some unforgettable episodes and notable for being the first time we hear Mila Kunis voice Meg, Family Guy's sophomore season's outdated animation is easy to ignore thanks to how unapologetic it is in the darkness of its comedy.
  • Mar 19, 2016
    10/10 Would go to petoria again.
  • Dec 29, 2015
    This show is amazing!!!!!!!!
  • Sep 15, 2015
    Things started picking up this season after a pretty lackluster first season
  • Jul 14, 2015
    Family Guy's second season was just as much fun as the first one. Each of the episodes are engrossing in the story line and keep the viewer interested in what is happening and what is going to go on next in the episode. I admit, I didn't get the chance to enjoy this show until the DVD releases years later, but these episodes are very entertaining and satisfying to watch despite the age on the episodes. The only thing that really separates these episodes from more recent episodes are the animation quality and the jokes overall are better in the older seasons.
  • Jun 22, 2014
    A bit better nothing stands out though (basicly SEASON 2-9) a 5/10 or 6/10
  • Mar 02, 2014
    Dumb fun, that in later years would revert to just being dumb.
  • Jan 30, 2014
    Very funny, best one of the cartoon shows in my opinion!
  • Jan 29, 2014
    Family Guy certainly did step up the following season, with episodes involving Peter Griffin taking over Lois' stage production, the four friends/family ending up showing signs of animosity after they end up winning the trophy with their "Who's the Boss" float, and the moment when Y2K (when it was a thing 15 years ago) took its toll on the world, with Peter running as Mayor of a town that hosts the Twinkie building. I recommend that you watch this series before the more violent and unusual storylines kick in.
  • Jan 05, 2014
    'Family Guy' has improved exponentially from its lackluster first season. It's edgy, random, and above all, funny. Watch out, Simpsons!

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