History YMMV / AmericanDad

1st Feb '16 6:12:37 PM ThomasVeggieDramaFan
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Chalk one more up in terms of episodes that were clearly recycled/rejected Family Guy scripts.
** Some low-key examples of this trope include "Stan's Best Friend," "The Boring Identity," "Da Flippity Flop,", "Familyland", and "CIAPOW" which some viewers have described as feeling like ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episodes with the ''AmericanDad'' cast.
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** Some low-key examples of this trope include "Stan's Best Friend," "The Boring Identity," "Da Flippity Flop,", "Familyland", and "CIAPOW" and "The Life Aquatic of Steve Smith" which some viewers have described as feeling like ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episodes with the ''AmericanDad'' cast.
27th Jan '16 12:07:53 AM KOman
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* Fung Wah from "American Fung", a total BlackHoleSue for whom the plot repeatedly stopped just to obnoxiously gush over, leaving a BizarroEpisode in his wake.
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* ** Fung Wah from "American Fung", a total BlackHoleSue for whom the plot repeatedly stopped just to obnoxiously gush over, leaving a BizarroEpisode in his wake.
27th Jan '16 12:07:28 AM KOman
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* Fung Wah from "American Fung", a total BlackHoleSue for whom the plot repeatedly stopped just to obnoxiously gush over, leaving a BizarroEpisode in his wake.
27th Jan '16 12:01:21 AM KOman
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** Heinrich's rap (sung by Terry Crews) in "Rubberneckers".

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** Heinrich's rap (sung by Terry Crews) in All three songs from "Rubberneckers".
25th Jan '16 2:06:09 AM KOman
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** Heinrich's rap (sung by [[Creator/TerryCrews Terry Crews]]) in "Rubberneckers".
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** Heinrich's rap (sung by [[Creator/TerryCrews Terry Crews]]) Crews) in "Rubberneckers".
25th Jan '16 2:05:22 AM KOman
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** Heinrich's rap (sung by [[Creator/TerryCrews Terry Crews]]) in "Rubberneckers".
21st Jan '16 7:51:42 PM Animeking1108
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** Jeff's father crossed it when he planted his marijuana on him without him knowing, causing him to become a wanted fugitive. When he finds out how much Jeff's bounty is worth, he ties Stan and Roger up, planned on killing them later, and then turned Jeff in for the money. He even outright tells him that he doesn't love him.
20th Jan '16 10:46:38 PM KOman
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** "Daddy Queerest" puts Stan in the wrong for outing Terry to his homophobic father Tank... after Terry claimed Stan's wife as his own an pushed his partner on Stan, not caring that Tank's gay-bashing was now directed toward him, and even showing a bit of condescension for his own sexuality.
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** "Daddy Queerest" puts Stan in the wrong for outing Terry to his homophobic father Tank... after Terry claimed Stan's wife as his own an pushed his partner on Stan, not caring that Tank's gay-bashing was now directed toward him, and even showing a bit showed signs of condescension for his own sexuality.an ArmoredClosetGay.
20th Jan '16 10:44:33 PM KOman
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** This is perfectly exemplified in “Weiner of Our Discontent” where the Aesop was that Stan doesn’t have the right to deny roger control over all human life just because he felt he didn’t have any control over his. It also doesn’t help that the little control he does have is what keeps his family together. As Francine spoils them so excessively that anytime he decides to do something for himself they fall apart.
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** This is perfectly exemplified in “Weiner of Our Discontent” where the Aesop was that Stan doesn’t have the right to deny roger Roger control over all human life just because he felt he didn’t have any control over his. It also doesn’t help that the little control he does have is what keeps his family together. As Francine spoils them so excessively that anytime he decides to do something for himself they fall apart.

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** This is perfectly exemplified "Daddy Queerest" puts Stan in “Weiner of Our Discontent” where the Aesop was wrong for outing Terry to his homophobic father Tank... after Terry claimed Stan's wife as his own an pushed his partner on Stan, not caring that Stan doesn’t have the right to deny roger control over all human life just because he felt he didn’t have any control over his. It also doesn’t help that the little control he does have is what keeps Tank's gay-bashing was now directed toward him, and even showing a bit of condescension for his family together. As Francine spoils them so excessively that anytime he decides to do something for himself they fall apart.own sexuality.
13th Jan '16 5:04:44 PM Vir
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* AwesomeArt: The MMORPG scenes in "Dungeons and Wagons" look ''gorgeous''. ** The ''SchoolHouseRock'' parody in the episode with Ollie North's gold.
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* AwesomeArt: SugarWiki/AwesomeArt: The MMORPG scenes in "Dungeons and Wagons" look ''gorgeous''. ** The ''SchoolHouseRock'' ''WesternAnimation/SchoolhouseRock'' parody in the episode with Ollie North's gold.

* BadassDecay: Season 1 Stan? Badass Hyper-competent CIA Agent who can spy with the best of 'em and manages a daring Parkour-esque escape from Steve in a shopping mall. Season 7 Stan? Attempts Free-Running, falls and breaks his leg open, gets beaten up on a regular basis and has proven completely incompetent at protecting his family. * BetterOnDVD and {{Bowdlerization}}: Much like ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', this show has a lot of [[http://www.movie-censorship.com/series.php?TID=7646 extended scenes, unbleeped-out language, and cruder lines of dialogue that only the DVD version can provide]]. Unlike ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', they don't come by the boatload.
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* BadassDecay: Season 1 Stan? Badass Hyper-competent hyper-competent CIA Agent who can spy with the best of 'em and manages a daring Parkour-esque parkour-esque escape from Steve in a shopping mall. Season 7 Stan? Attempts Free-Running, free-running, falls and breaks his leg open, gets beaten up on a regular basis and has proven completely incompetent at protecting his family. * BetterOnDVD and {{Bowdlerization}}: / {{Bowdlerise}}: Much like ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', this show has a lot of [[http://www.movie-censorship.com/series.php?TID=7646 extended scenes, unbleeped-out language, and cruder lines of dialogue that only the DVD version can provide]]. Unlike ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', they don't come by the boatload.
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