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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Family Guy Volume 9 DVD Review

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Family Guy Volume 9 DVD Review

Synopsis: There’s a killer amongst us as the citizens of Quahog gather at James Woods’ mansion for a night of intrigue and murder! Will Peter solve the mystery…or will he just make it worse, as usual? Join all your Family Guy favorites for this classic whodunit, plus 13 other hilarious episodes, including the show’s milestone 150th episode, the controversial “Extra Large Medium,” and more!

Review: Family Guy is one of those animated phenomenons that just keeps on trucking.  Unlike the Simpsons, Family Guy didn't take right away and was cancelled by Fox.  Later, due to fan demand, it was brought back and is now still going strong.  This DVD release features the final 11 episode of season 8 and the first three of season 9.  I'm not a fan of how they release this show, I prefer full season sets myself.  The episodes are great, the picture is perfect and the comedy is there.  The DVD has a bunch of extras and is still a great addition to any fan's collection.

Disc 1:
Business Guy
Big Man on Hippocampus
Dial Meg for Murder
Extra Large Medium
Go, Stewie, Go

More From Fox — An Episode of The Cleveland Show with Special Introduction from Mike Henry
Deleted Scenes

Disc 2:
Brian Griffin's House of Payne
April in Quahog
Brian and Stewie - 150th Episode!
Quagmire's Dad
The Splendid Source

Commentary on Select Episodes
Brian and Stewie: The Lost Phone Call
Side-by-Side Animatics on Select Episodes
Deleted Scenes

Disc 3:
And Then There Were Fewer (Extended Episode)
Excellence in Broadcasting
Welcome Back, Carter

Deleted Scenes
Who Done It? The Making of “And Then There Were Fewer”
The History of the World — According to Family Guy
Family Guy at Comic-Con 2010
Commentary on Select Episodes
Interest Range: Animation, Comedy