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Family Guy: Season 4 (2005)




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Series 4 continues the animated antics of the constantly grousing Griffin family. Among the highlights: They form a rock band and land a spot on "Saturday Night Live," where Meg hooks up with Jimmy Fallon (as himself); Lois turns kleptomaniac and goes on a shoplifting spree, which lands her in prison; Freshman Chris gets hazed on his first day of high school and runs away to join the Peace Corps, only to be shipped off to South America; and NFL quarterback Tom Brady (as himself), impressed with Peter's skills at moving bodies, signs him to the New England Patriots. Other stars doing voice cameos include Drew Barrymore, Judd Hirsch, Emeril Lagasse, Bob Costas and Jay Leno.


Seth MacFarlane
as Peter Griffin/Stewie Griffin/Brian Griffin/Quagmire
Alex Borstein
as Lois Griffin
Seth Green
as Chris Griffin
Mila Kunis
as Meg Griffin
Mike Henry
as Cleveland, Herbert
Lori Alan
as Diane
Adam West
as Adam West
Johnny Brennan
as Horace/Mort Goldman
Lori Alan
as Diane
John Viener
as Jared/Jesus
Danny Smith
as Donnie Osmond
Ralph Garman
as Mr. Lockhart/Cop
Hunter Gomez
as Pinocchio
Paula Abdul
as Herself
Johnny Brennan
as Mort Goldman
Phil LaMarr
as Announcer/Judge
Gary Cole
as Security Guard
John Viener
as Chieftan
Fred Tatasciore
as Prisoner/Rich Hall
Fred Tatasciore
as Professor
Kate Rigg
as Esperanza
Wally Wingert
as Home Ec. Teacher/Prinicpal Sloan
Hunter Gomez
as Terminally Ill Child
Christine Lakin
as Joyce Kinney
Alec Sulkin
as Dan Rather
Kevin Michael Richardson
as Dr. Diddy/Bill Cosby
Alexandra Breckenridge
as Cybill Shepherd
Mark Hentemann
as Goth Freshman
Patrick Stewart
as Jean-Luc Picard
Danny Smith
as Foreman
Marion Ross
as Marion Cunningham
Corey Burton
as The Tribe's People
Mark Hentemann
as Other Guy
André Sogliuzzo
as Mel Gibson
Stacey Scowley
as Female Customer/Saleswoman
Denis Martel
as Pasqual/Santos
Jennifer Jean Snyder
as Penelope Cruz
Tom Bosley
as Howard Cunningham
Michael Bell
as Allstar
Bob Widmer
as Tin Man
Michael Bell
as Allstar
Anne-Michelle Seiler
as Female Student
Kate Rigg
as Brandi/Esperanza
Tom Brady
as Himself
Sherman Hemsley
as George Jefferson
Gilbert Gottfried
as Child Servis
Rory Thost
as Brad/Casper
Drew Barrymore
as Mrs. Lockhart
Pat Sajak
as Himself
Betty White
as Herself
Jessica Biel
as Bachelorette
Wanda Sykes
as Bernice
Randy Savage
as Himself
Sarah Utterback
as Lindsay Lohan
Ron Livingston
as Clerk/Detective
Judd Hirsch
as Judd Hirsch
Joey Slotnick
as Joan Oates
Randy Crenshaw
as Barbership Quartet Singer
Drew Pinsky
as Dermatologist
Anne-Michelle Seiler
as Female Student
Alex Trebek
as Himself
Gene Simmons
as Gene Simmons/Prisoner
Joseph Seal
as Chunk/Mikey
Suzie Plakson
as Contestant/Hillary Clinton/Siobahn
Jay Mohr
as Joe Pesci/Senior
John Joyce
as Barbershop Quartet Singer/Bass Singer
Michael York
as British Narrator/Maitre'd
John Erwin
as Adam/He-Man
James Woods
as Himself
Chris Cox
as Bachelorette Host
Paul Ganus
as Falcor/Security Guard
David Boat
as Hand #1
Rick Logan
as Barbershop Quartet Singer
Ricky Blitt
as Cashier
Noel Blanc
as Elmer Fudd
Gina Gershon
as Policewoman
Jeff Bergman
as Fred Flintstone
Lynn Lipton
as Cheetara
Curtis Armstrong
as Booger/Guy from `American Pie'
Stacy Scowley
as Chrissy/Elizabeth
Adam Borstein
as Fireman/Priest
Juanita Jennings
as Felicia/Ms. Clifton
Jennifer Jean Snyder
as Janet/Penelope Cruz
Peter Chen
as Chinese Man
as Esther
Amir Talai
as Hindu Man/Hippie/Wedding Priest
James Hong
as Chinese Man
Sherry Romito
as Joanie/Nancy/Young Wife
Jimmy Iovine
as Jimmy/Tony
Rob Narita
as Man/Sumo Announcer
Tim O'Rourke
as Fat Guy
Alex Thomas
as Dolphins No. 1 and No. 4
Jane Carr
as Endora
Larry Kenney
as Lion-O/Voice from Scanner
Will Sasso
as Fat Guy/Todd
Darrel Heath
as Dolphins No. 2 and 3
Michael Clarke Duncan
as Friend/Security Guard
Len Maxwell
as Pundit/Test Administrator/Timer
Beth Littleford
as Jane Kaczmarek
Dat Phan
as Asian Police Pilot
Gary Janetti
as Swim Instructor
Miriam Flynn
as Samantha
Anthony Morris
as UPS Guy/Zit
Alexandra Breckenridge
as Cybill Shepherd
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Critic Reviews for Family Guy: Season 4

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

This kind of material would wear thin after a while if the characters weren't as distinct and endearing as they are, most notably Stewie, the wrathful infant.

November 26, 2013 | Full Review…

Family Guy, despite some initial missteps at the beginning of its new season, shows signs of regaining its admirable mix of niche nostalgia and hysterical characterizations.

November 27, 2013 | Full Review…

The new Family Guy is much like the first, an animated family sitcom that tries too hard to be quirky and is only sporadically funny.

November 26, 2013 | Rating: 2.5/5 | Full Review…

The time off and the series' subsequent success on DVD and cable has given creator Seth MacFarlane more time to work on character dynamics and sub-references.

November 26, 2013 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

The constant cross-references to musicals, literature, plays, and other TV shows might amuse some viewers.

November 26, 2013 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

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