Family Guy: Season 5 (2006 - 2007)

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Season 5
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Critic Ratings: 1

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User Ratings: 166
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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 10, 2006
2
Air date: Sep 17, 2006
3
Air date: Sep 24, 2006
4
Air date: Nov 5, 2006
5
Air date: Nov 12, 2006
6
Air date: Nov 19, 2006
7
Air date: Nov 26, 2006
8
Air date: Dec 17, 2006
9
Air date: Jan 28, 2007
10
Air date: Feb 11, 2007
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Series 5 continues the animated antics of the constantly grousing Griffin family. Among the series' highlights: Stewie and Brian join the U.S. Army and wind up in Iraq; After his father is killed in a domestic accident, Peter learns that his real dad lives in Ireland and goes overseas to look him up; Lois takes a job as an organist with the local Catholic Church and convinces the family to attend mass, where Stewie mistakes altar wine for punch, drinks it and gets sick, which leads the priest to believe an exorcism is needed. Stars providing voice cameos include Gore Vidal, Hugh Hefner, Ben Stiller and Roy Scheider.

Cast

Seth MacFarlane
as Peter/Stewie/Brian/Quagmire/Carl Sagan/Redneck Announcer
Alex Borstein
as Lois/Marlee Matlin/Queen Latifah/Sandy/Passenger/Wife
Seth Green
as Chris/Teenage Boy
Mike Henry
as Cleveland/Performance Artist
John Viener
as Announcer
Danny Smith
as '60s Announcer/Mike Drunkbeater/Moose/TV Announcer
Alec Sulkin
as Diver No. 2
Adam West
as Mayor West
Ralph Garman
as Air Traffic Controller/Passenger
Lori Alan
as Diane Simmons
Phil LaMarr
as Customer/Ollie/TV Announcer
Rachael MacFarlane
as Ticketing Agent
Chris Cox
as Audience Member/Texan Boy
Gary Cole
as Principal Shepherd
Barclay DeVeau
as Receptionist/Teenage Girl
Fred Tascatore
as Funeral Director
Barclay DeVeau
as Receptionist/Teenage Girl
Wally Wingert
as Angry VoiceWacky Announcer No. 2
Neil Patrick Harris
as Barney Stinson
Indigo
as Esther
Josh Radnor
as Ted Mosby
Max Burkholder
as Cancer Kid
Dave Boat
as Alex the Lion
Will Sasso
as Jack Black
Keith Olbermann
as Bob Grossbeard
Nicole Sullivan
as Attractive Woman/Clerk
Charles Durning
as Franics/Young Francis
David Boat
as Richard Gere
Tom Hollander
as Bartender
Rob Lowe
as Buyer No. 2/Stanford
Barclay Deveaux
as Attractive Woman
Don La Fontaine
as Deep-Throated Announcer
David Cross
as Rev. Jerry Kirkwood
Louis Gossett Jr.
as Sgt. Angryman
Chris Sheridan
as James Bottomtooth
Beth Littleford
as Jane Jetson
Billy Dee Williams
as Announcer/Billy Dee Williams
Tara Strong
as Japanese Girl
Lisa Wilhoit
as Beth/Connie
David A. Goodman
as Ray Romano
Robert Costanzo
as Danny DeVito
Don Most
as Himself
Kerrigan Mahan
as Michael Douglas
Gary Newman
as Gary Newman
Tom Devanney
as Marilyn Manson
Kirker Butler
as George W. Bush
Enn Reitel
as Mickey Rooney
Audrey Wasilewski
as Rhea Perlman
Kim Parks
as Gerri
Margaret Easley
as Western Woman
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Critic Reviews for Family Guy Season 5

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Unfortunately I am here to warn you that MacFarlane gleefully crosses the line of good taste and revels in the awkward situations that may result in even loyal fans changing the channel.

Nov 26, 2013 | Rating: 4.5/10 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Family Guy: Season 5

  • Apr 16, 2019
    super funny, had some episodes 9,99/10- Anton R. Skovborg
  • Jan 12, 2019
    For me, this might actually be the best Family Guy season. I don't know, the humour just stands out to me as the most frickin' hilarious and the voice acting great as always. Maybe it's because this season averts Status Quo is God for once. Yeah, it turns out they were postponing the inevitable but still, the relationship with Brian and Jillian earns points for surviving this whole season. This season is good and it would only be 1 and a half more seasons before the show's downfall.
  • Jan 05, 2019
    Best season of Family Guy ever
  • Dec 29, 2015
    This show is amazing!!!!!!!!
  • Jul 15, 2015
    The fifth season of Family Guy was, for me, where the show begins to cross the line a little bit with the jokes. The laughs in this season are fewer and the show is easier to skip over completely due to lack of ideas from the writing team. Using the same hand-drawn animation techniques employed in the first four seasons, this season isn't much different than the previous ones. If there had been one ideal time to end the show completely, it would've probably been during this season.
  • Feb 15, 2015
    Family Guy still keeps it's funny humor.
  • Mar 02, 2014
    The downward spiral continues.
  • Jan 30, 2014
    Very funny, best one of the cartoon shows in my opinion!
  • Jan 05, 2014
    Yikes, what happened here? One minute, everyone is rejoicing that Family Guy is back on the air and still relevant, the next it becomes a completely different show.

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