Family Guy: Season 7 (2008 - 2009)

Season 7
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Air date: Sep 28, 2008

In the sixth-season opener, Brian falls in love with a woman he meets in a bookstore, but Stewie urges him to take the relationship slowly, then proceeds to see that he does. This leaves an opening for the lovelorn Cleveland (voice of Mike Henry, who wrote the script). Meredith Baxter has a voice cameo as herself.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2008

Peter makes friends with Jesus Christ, who works in the record store Peter goes to in order to replace his copy of the 1963 Trashmen hit "Surfin' Bird," which Brian and Stewie had destroyed because Peter wouldn't stop playing it.

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Air date: Oct 19, 2008

Mort Goldman mistakenly enters Stewie's time machine (he thought it was a bathroom) and is transported back to Poland on Sept. 1, 1939. It's the day of his grandparents' wedding, as it happens, but the Nazis interrupt the reception.

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Air date: Nov 2, 2008

Peter gets a year's supply of free gasoline and takes the family on a driving vacation. Destination: the Grand Canyon. The only thing missing: Stewie, who's inadvertently left home alone.

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Air date: Nov 9, 2008

Eight-year-old Brian (who is 56 in dog years) seems to have lost a step or two, so Peter gets a new talking dog -- New Brian -- to "take some of the load off" the old one, who doesn't like the idea at all. Johnny Knoxville has a voice cameo as himself.

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Air date: Nov 16, 2008

Peter strives for a promotion at the brewery because he wants a key to the executive bathroom, but first he has to go back to school because he never passed third grade. Meanwhile, Brian and Frank Sinatra Jr. (who provides his own voice) buy the down-on-its-heels Quahog Cabana Club, but it's Stewie who livens it up.

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Air date: Feb 15, 2009

After Bonnie (voice of Jennifer Tilly) has a baby, husband Joe must come up with $20,000 to pay the medical bills. The situation soon becomes desperate, calling for desperate measures. Meanwhile, Stewie falls hard for the baby, a girl named Susie, and struggles to write a song for her.

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Air date: Mar 8, 2009

To pay for damages caused by a mentally challenged horse he bought at an auction, Peter takes a job as a subject for medical experiments. First, he's injected with the "Seth Rogen gene," then with a lifestyle-changing gene. Guest voices include Rogen (as himself).

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Air date: Mar 15, 2009

Peter cashes in a winning 1989 raffle ticket that he had lost. The prize: a round of golf with O.J. Simpson. Peter, who had been unaware of Simpson's notoriety, thinks this is a fine idea. Not surprisingly, no one else does.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2009

Lois gets a job as a cable-news reporter. Her first assignment: an expose of a certain liberal documentary filmmaker who's usually seen wearing a baseball cap. Meanwhile, Peter and Chris dream up a cartoon show to pitch to a network.

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Series 7 continues the animated antics of the constantly grousing Griffin family and touches on a number of topical subjects. Among them: homosexuality, religion, and two drug-themed episodes. In order: Peter gets involved in a medical test in which he is given a gay gene; Meg becomes a born-again Christian after watching a spiritual TV show; Stewie tries to tone up at a gym and becomes the recipient of steroids; Brian gets arrested for possession and decides to launch a campaign to legalize marijuana. Jay Leno, Craig Ferguson and Jimmy Fallon appear as themselves in live-action sequences in the "We Love You, Conrad" episode.

Cast & Crew

Seth Green
Chris Griffin
John Viener
Mila Kunis
Meg Griffin
Alex Borstein
Lois Griffin
Seth MacFarlane
Peter Griffin
Mike Henry
Cleveland Brown
Danny Smith
Second Caterpillar
Alec Sulkin
Baseball Announcer 1
Johnny Brennan
Mort Goldman
Adam West
Mayor Adam West
Kirker Butler
First Caterpillar
Chris Cox
Lori Alan
Diane Simmons
David Zuckerman
Executive Producer
Seth MacFarlane
Executive Producer
Julius Wu
Mike Kim
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Critic Reviews for Family Guy Season 7

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The show has no clear politics, except perhaps libertarianism, and by slamming all targets equally, it runs into a serious problem.

Nov 26, 2013 | Rating: 3/10 | Full Review…

In addition to the barrage of offensive sequences, there are some memorable sight gags that are bound to make you laugh.

Nov 26, 2013 | Rating: 8.9/10 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Family Guy: Season 7

  • Sep 06, 2020
    Again good like before so
  • Sep 18, 2016
    family guy has become from a funny, witty entertaining show to unfunny crass and controversial garbage from this season forward
  • Dec 29, 2015
    This show is amazing!!!!!!!!
  • Sep 15, 2015
    There were a few decent episodes, but this season was the one in which I stopped watching the show religiously because so many episodes offended or at least disappointed me. Plus, Seth Macfarlane focused the season WAY too much on his political views.
  • Feb 15, 2015
    Family Guy keeps u with funny gags and is in it's golden age.
  • Jan 30, 2014
    Very funny, best one of the cartoon shows in my opinion!
  • Jan 05, 2014
    Borderline unwatchable. 'Family Guy' fans that helped get this show back on the air don't deserve this.
  • Dec 18, 2013
    Exhilaratingly funny. One of the show's top seasons and one to beat for those to come as well as other shows of it's genre.

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