Hopefully, the show finishes its broadcast run on a strong note. Stan talks her into keeping her job to stay close to Bullock. Even Francine has been getting the short end of the stick in terms of starring episodes. We have 211 episodes of American Dad in our archive. Now get in there, ya drunk son of a bitch! The heavily publicized episode aired on November 24, 2013. Meanwhile, Hayley takes a job at the airport to get her family Christmas presents.
The first episode of American Dad was broadcast in May, 2016. She speaks her own mind, and does things her own way. Meanwhile, Roger and Klaus start their own business selling the suits Stan wore as a male, which doesn't go according to plan. Stan tries to plant a microphone near Hayley to learn more but finds she is already drunk. I know there's one coming up where he dates an alien…that is if it airs this season.
The boys try to watch Das Boot without Klaus but he gets the last copies at the rental store so he can join them as the clerk is sucked into his tales. Did you miss an episode of American Dad but don't you wan't that to happen in the future? Afraid that Hayley lacks life skills, Stan makes her take a job as a bartender; when Bullock Patrick Stewart becomes Hayley's best customer, Stan uses his daughter's knowledge to get ahead at work. He begins to worry that Hayley hasn't developed any survival skills, he demands that she get a job and pay rent. Penguin charms the agents long enough for Hayley and Stan to run. However, when Bullock becomes Hayley's best customer, Stan realizes that he can use his daughter's knowledge to get ahead at work. As Francine walks off with Klaus, the statue begins to cry and eventually crack revealing the original Roy Family inside.
Stan decides to enter the rehab center to protect Hayley, but in order to get past security, he has to get drunk first. When Francine becomes worried, she sends Stan up where he observes the dregs that populate the bar but also finds Avery Bullock spending time close to Hayley. Talking animals are really just another norm to everyone in the world of MacFarlane's creations. Roy, angry at how his park has failed to be a good influence over families, decides to shut down the park and lock in all visitors. Unfortunately, the visit turns disastrous when Roger, Hayley, Stan and Steve all separate to go to different regions of the park. Meanwhile, Francine's mom encourages Hayley who is still single following Jeff's abduction by aliens to date again, but her true intentions are revealed at the dinner table.
Last but not least, Klaus, the Smith's wisecracking talking fish well, after he was removed from his body who is secretly in love with Francine. Meanwhile, Hayley dates a young, Hispanic man named Mauricio, and Klaus goes to Atlantic City for a self-help seminar, but ends up breaking his back and forced to watch the hotel guide channel in his room. And of course, Klaus has mostly been pushed to the B-plots, which isn't surprising. At least they happen to be three of the best episodes of the season, so that's definitely a big plus. He's the most popular character on the show, yet he's been pushed completely to the sidelines aside from one episode. He continues to get inside information on Bullock's likes as the job takes its toll on Hayley until he cracks the inner circle.
Stan is constantly fighting off terrorists who threaten the safety of the United States, sometimes causing more harm than good. Meanwhile, Klaus sets down to watch Das Boot but is surprised when Snot and Steve are not aware of the references to German folklore. They make their way to the roof where they drink to numb themselves to jump and escape in a nearby cab. Maybe this isn't the healthiest environment for you. His wife Francine is your average house wife.
When did the rest of the world become acceptive of a talking fish on this show? Hayley is sick She Swill Survive Hayley becomes a bartender. I'd probably put it somewhere in the Top 5, it was that hilarious! She gets a job at. Francine, disappointed in how the park broke up her family, complains in front of a statue of the park's founder. Meanwhile, Hayley claims she is Roger's queen after purchasing his home star on an international star registry. Hayley, Stan's only daughter, is your average rebellious teenager.
Season: 9 Episode: 16 Total Episode Count: 168 Prod. After Francine finds Hayley has developed a drinking problem, she calls Stan and tells him that Hayley is in rehab. Meanwhile, in a parody of Charlie's Angels, Stan and Francine's vacation to Sacramento gets sidetracked when they befriend a quartet of sexy stewardesses and go undercover to help them thwart Mark Cuban's plan to blow up the sun. Meanwhile, Steve and Snot watch with Klaus, only for Klaus to realize they cannot fully appreciate the movie without telling them every German story that the movie references, much to the boys' annoyance. Even Hayley has had more presence than usual, it's just Roger for whatever reason has been severely cut back in the A-story department, while Steve has been through the roof. He begins to reconsider making her keep working but stops when Bullock arrives.
However, their efforts to pull off the ultimate heist result in Steve getting captured and sent to a Venezuelan sweatshop. Also he'll be in next episodes B-plot with Roger. Steve's commitment to his friends is put to the test when he falls for a quirky girl. However, do not create them until Monday night. I feel like this is a fairly recent development, he didn't previosuly talk with anyone outside of the family. Agent Stan Smith, and his not so average family.
Meanwhile, after spilling wine on the new couch, Roger and Klaus come up with a far-fetched plan to keep from being caught. Things get complicated, however, when Stan's dosage turns him into a woman and Avery Bullock begins making romantic advances towards the now-female Stan. This was definitely one of the most enjoyable episodes of the season, hands down. My guess is that he's treated in the same way that Brian Griffin is. The utter lack of Roger has been pondering though. Even his spontaneous moonwalk was awesome. Meanwhile, Roger and an annoying coffee-shop musician guest voiced by engage in a wager that leads Roger into a Faustian pact with an infomercial guitar instructor.