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21st Jun '15 1:02:40 PM ELST
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* She expressed interest in having sex with women when Stan pretended to be Bill. She wouldn't be doing it to rebel because she didn't know he was really Stan.
6th Apr '15 11:04:08 AM Technomaru
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"No wonder you guys never talk!"
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[[WMG: There is a reason why Stelio Kontos never speaks]] For all we know what if his voice sounds like a woman, is incredibly high pitched like the time Stan got a rake to the groin, or he sounds like a child like the bad guy from "Suburban Commando". Then Stan should Lampshade why he never speaks in the event Stelio Kontos ever did speak.
27th Mar '15 6:50:14 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: This show is not in the same world as ''WesternANimation/FamilyGuy'']] The god here and on FamilyGuy are different. Their Jesus are two completely seperate characters. The crossover in the "Stewie Kills Lois" two parter [[spoiler: was just part of the ep's use of VR]]. There's been no gag of Cleveland taking a bath and being blown out of the house.
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[[WMG: This show is not in the same world as ''WesternANimation/FamilyGuy'']] ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'']] The god here and on FamilyGuy WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy are different. Their Jesus are two completely seperate separate characters. The crossover in the "Stewie Kills Lois" two parter [[spoiler: was just part of the ep's use of VR]]. There's been no gag of Cleveland taking a bath and being blown out of the house.
31st Jan '15 8:02:10 PM maxwellsilver
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[[WMG: The series is a virtual world experiment by the CIA onto Stan ala ''ThePrisoner'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Film/TheTrumanShow'']]
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[[WMG: The series is a virtual world experiment by the CIA onto Stan ala ''ThePrisoner'' ''Series/ThePrisoner'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Film/TheTrumanShow'']]

** Unlike Chris in ''Family Guy'' who's basically an Expy of his dad, Stan & Steve are opposites (though Steve, like Jamie on ''WaitTillYourFatherGetsHome'', does look up to his dad and believes what he believes [until Stan gets outed as a hypocrite in some way], i.e., that homosexuals are insidious and planning to indoctrinate heterosexual men as seen in "Lincoln Lover" or that masturbation is a sin as seen in "A Smith in the Hand") which adds for some interesting dynamics in the episodes where they are paired up together.
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** Unlike Chris in ''Family Guy'' who's basically an Expy of his dad, Stan & Steve are opposites (though Steve, like Jamie on ''WaitTillYourFatherGetsHome'', ''WesternAnimation/WaitTillYourFatherGetsHome'', does look up to his dad and believes what he believes [until Stan gets outed as a hypocrite in some way], i.e., that homosexuals are insidious and planning to indoctrinate heterosexual men as seen in "Lincoln Lover" or that masturbation is a sin as seen in "A Smith in the Hand") which adds for some interesting dynamics in the episodes where they are paired up together.

* Or, alternatively, the pills have a side-effect of lethargy and a slowed-down metabolism. As a troper who has gained a lot of weight from taking paxil as a child, I can tell you right now that such things are possible. If this is the case, rather than my above WMG, it would probably make better social commentary about the American pharmaceutical system. However, it would probably only be mentioned in passing, and would sadly sacrifice the opportunity for an excellent episode showing Barry returning to his true LargeHam ChessMaster self.
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* Or, alternatively, the pills have a side-effect of lethargy and a slowed-down metabolism. As a troper someone who has gained a lot of weight from taking paxil as a child, I can tell you right now that such things are possible. If this is the case, rather than my above WMG, it would probably make better social commentary about the American pharmaceutical system. However, it would probably only be mentioned in passing, and would sadly sacrifice the opportunity for an excellent episode showing Barry returning to his true LargeHam ChessMaster self.

[[WMG: Roger is a child of [[TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Doctor Frank N Furter]]]]
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[[WMG: Roger is a child of [[TheRockyHorrorPictureShow [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Doctor Frank N Furter]]]]

[[WMG: Stan from ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' and Quagmire from ''FamilyGuy'' share the same father, or at least grandfather.]]
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[[WMG: Stan from ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' and Quagmire from ''FamilyGuy'' ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' share the same father, or at least grandfather.]]

[[WMG: This show is not in the same world as ''FamilyGuy'']]
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[[WMG: This show is not in the same world as ''FamilyGuy'']]''WesternANimation/FamilyGuy'']]

[[WMG:The characters in "AmericanDad" are actors who live the same lifes as the characters they play]] "FamilyGuy" is (in universe) made by the same network. The episodes where family guy is portrayed as a tv show are acted out
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[[WMG:The characters in "AmericanDad" "WesternANimation/AmericanDad" are actors who live the same lifes as the characters they play]] "FamilyGuy" ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' is (in universe) made by the same network. The episodes where family guy is portrayed as a tv show are acted out

[[WMG:The characters in "AmericanDad" are actors who live the same lifes as the characters they play]] "FamilyGuy" is (in universe) made by the same network. The episodes where family guy is portrayed as a tv show are acted out

* [[Tropers/TitoMosquito This troper]] accepts this as his [[{{Fanon}} personal canon]]. Also, this would be the reason why Roger was "chosen" to be the "Decider". He may not be the only one, his planets' leaders and/or government deliberately chose types like Roger to send them away, and believe they'll likely die in a crash.
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* [[Tropers/TitoMosquito This troper]] accepts I accept this as his my [[{{Fanon}} personal canon]]. Also, this would be the reason why Roger was "chosen" to be the "Decider". He may not be the only one, his planets' leaders and/or government deliberately chose types like Roger to send them away, and believe they'll likely die in a crash.

[[WMG: James, Quagmire's cat from ''FamilyGuy'', is Simon, Steve's cat from ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad''.]]
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[[WMG: James, Quagmire's cat from ''FamilyGuy'', ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', is Simon, Steve's cat from ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad''.]]

[[WMG: Barry is the grown-up version of [[FamilyGuy Stewie]]]] Lois is a redhead. Barry is a redhead. Peter and Chris are fat. Barry is fat. Stewie is an EvilBrit. When Barry stops taking his pills, he turns into an EvilBrit. By the current season in FamilyGuy, the Griffins (or just Brian) eventually figured out he was evil and started giving him "vitamins" to stunt his homicidal intent, resulting in Stewie's current DiminishingVillainThreat. (Maybe the pills fix the shape of his head somehow?) As he grows up, he gets fatter and stupider. He calls himself Barry instead of Stewie because he confuses his name with that of Bertram's, his half brother by Peter (who he calls Barry because "Bertram" is now too hard for him to say).
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[[WMG: Barry is the grown-up version of [[FamilyGuy [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy Stewie]]]] Lois is a redhead. Barry is a redhead. Peter and Chris are fat. Barry is fat. Stewie is an EvilBrit. When Barry stops taking his pills, he turns into an EvilBrit. By the current season in FamilyGuy, ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', the Griffins (or just Brian) eventually figured out he was evil and started giving him "vitamins" to stunt his homicidal intent, resulting in Stewie's current DiminishingVillainThreat. (Maybe the pills fix the shape of his head somehow?) As he grows up, he gets fatter and stupider. He calls himself Barry instead of Stewie because he confuses his name with that of Bertram's, his half brother by Peter (who he calls Barry because "Bertram" is now too hard for him to say).

[[WMG: Alternative to the above WMG that Stan and [[FamilyGuy Quagmire]] sharing a father...]]
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[[WMG: Alternative to the above WMG that Stan and [[FamilyGuy [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy Quagmire]] sharing a father...]]

[[WMG: Roger's race is [[Anime/DragonBallZ Frieza]]'s race]]
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[[WMG: Roger's race is [[Anime/DragonBallZ [[Manga/DragonBallZ Frieza]]'s race]]

[[WMG: American Dad is set 24-25 years after ''TotalDramaIsland''.]] * Stan Smith is [[MyFutureSelfAndMe the future version]] of [[TotalDramaIsland Trent]].
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[[WMG: American Dad is set 24-25 years after ''TotalDramaIsland''.''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland''.]] * Stan Smith is [[MyFutureSelfAndMe the future version]] of [[TotalDramaIsland [[WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland Trent]].

* Well it's bound to happen after being "c*ckblocked" so many times. it's not only to rebel against Stan because he's one of the reasons why it keeps happening, he has no success with ladies, he can't even get a permanant girlfriend, and because he thinks he'd have better success with guys... unless he does have the same lack of success with guys eventually.
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* Well it's bound to happen after being "c*ckblocked" "cockblocked" so many times. it's not only to rebel against Stan because he's one of the reasons why it keeps happening, he has no success with ladies, he can't even get a permanant girlfriend, and because he thinks he'd have better success with guys... unless he does have the same lack of success with guys eventually.

Decade created the hurricane, probably with the power of [[Series/KamenRiderWizard Wizard Hurricane Style]] and sent it through the A.R. Worlds where it would end up going through [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy Quahog]], [[TheClevelandShow Stoolbend]] and Langley Falls, to bring the three SethMacFarlane shows together.
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Decade created the hurricane, probably with the power of [[Series/KamenRiderWizard Wizard Hurricane Style]] and sent it through the A.R. Worlds where it would end up going through [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy Quahog]], [[TheClevelandShow [[WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow Stoolbend]] and Langley Falls, to bring the three SethMacFarlane Creator/SethMacFarlane shows together.

You've probably heard about what Seth [=MacFarlane=] has done with Brian on FamilyGuy. It is possible he will do the exact same thing to one of American Dad's main characters to test the audience. Will they know that the character will be revived, or will someone make a petition towards the show like last time?
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You've probably heard about what Seth [=MacFarlane=] has done with Brian on FamilyGuy.''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. It is possible he will do the exact same thing to one of American Dad's main characters to test the audience. Will they know that the character will be revived, or will someone make a petition towards the show like last time?

Prime Stan could be dead, embedded in deep cover or may have just wanted to leave his family while not making them go through the pain of a divorce.
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Prime Stan could be dead, embedded in deep cover or may have just wanted to leave his family while not making them go through the pain of a divorce.divorce. ----
11th Dec '14 10:06:12 PM TitoMosquito
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* This is touched upon in The Longest Distance Relationship. When [[spoiler: Jeff travels through a wormhole to get back to Earth, but ends up in the future]] the two are a couple because they couldn't get a girlfriend by age 21.
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* This is touched upon in The "The Longest Distance Relationship. Relationship". When [[spoiler: Jeff travels through a wormhole to get back to Earth, but ends up in the future]] the two are a couple because they couldn't get a girlfriend by age 21. 21. Though their only complaint is they should have set the age higher.

[[WMG: Francine's parents will return]].
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[[WMG: Francine's parents will return]]. return.]]
11th Dec '14 7:59:27 PM TitoMosquito
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* This would make a good episode or a fanfic. And she works for the [[CIAEvilFBIGood FBI]].
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* This would make a good episode or a fanfic. And she works for the [[CIAEvilFBIGood FBI]]. fanfic.
6th Dec '14 3:31:37 PM Cyniclone
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[[WMG: Francine's parents will return]].
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[[WMG: Francine's parents will return]].return]]. [[WMG: Stan is a series of clones]] It's presumed that Stan can't or won't learn from his mistakes or experiences. But maybe the issue is that he's not the same him every week. We've already established that the CIA can and does make clones. The first one, Bill, was a beta; he couldn't consistently hit Stan's voice enough to be used anywhere where people would know Prime Stan, but now there's better versions. A copy of Stan's consciousness is on the CIA hard drive, ready to be uploaded into a never-ending line of proto-Stans (Future Stan was a failed cyborg experiment that Bullock sent to convince whatever Stan clone had tagged in to not rip up his cyborg contract, since Bullock still has faith in the technology). It explains why Stan is inconsistent in his beliefs -- some of his clones are OK with popular music, others aren't. It also explains why he can survive seemingly insurmountable threats -- he doesn't; he dies and is replaced with another clone. His family has accepted it as a function of his hardheadedness. Prime Stan could be dead, embedded in deep cover or may have just wanted to leave his family while not making them go through the pain of a divorce.
17th Oct '14 8:58:37 AM Raguigi
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* This is actually joked about in "Bullocks to Steve", where they apparently ARE actors. And considering the fact that the episode has been mentioned later, this is a possibility.
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* This is actually joked about in "Bullocks to Steve", Stan", where they apparently ARE actors. And considering the fact that the episode has been mentioned later, this is a possibility.
17th Oct '14 8:58:08 AM Raguigi
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* This is actually joked about in "Bullocks to Steve", where they apparently ARE actors. And considering the fact that the episode has been mentioned later, this is a possibility.
9th Oct '14 10:20:06 PM TitoMosquito
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* [[spoiler: In the latest episode "Blagsnarst, A Love Story", the woman tells her son she's sorry, and he eventually finds it and soon starts to make a deal with an evil man he didn't want to have any deals with.]]
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* [[spoiler: In the latest episode "Blagsnarst, A Love Story", the woman tells her son she's sorry, and he eventually finds it and soon starts to make a deal with an evil man he didn't want to have any deals with. Plus, before he found it, he saw someone got hurt and a little girl was crying, and he was about to go out and help. But now he just ignored them.]]

* At one point, the whole family will get into a fight, due to their suppressed animosity towards each other. And split up. But they'll eventually miss each other and become a family again.
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* At one point, the whole family will get into a fight, due to their suppressed animosity towards each other. They explain why they're angry with one another (based on fan criticisms of the characters). And split up. But they'll eventually miss each other and become a family again.
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