Published: Beverly Hills, Calif. : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment,  Description: 3 videodiscs (274 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN: 6312313794 :, Language: English
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Based on the series created by Seth MacFarlane
Originally broadcast on television during 2007
Contains 12 episodes from the series
Special features: Disc 1: Commentary by executive producer Seth MacFarlane, writer/actor Mike Henry, director Greg Colton, actor Patrick Warburton and composer Walter Murphy on "No meals on wheels;" commentary by executive producer Seth MacFarlane, co-executive producer Danny Smtih, writer Cherry Chevapravatdumrong and director Brian Iles on "Boys do cry;" commentary by executive producers Seth MacFarlane, David A. Goodman and Chris Sheridan, writer Patrick Meighan, director Pete Michels and actor Seth Green on "Chris left behind;" commentary by executive producer Seth MacFarlane, co-executive producer Danny Smtih, writer/actor Alex Borstein and actor Mila Kunis on "It takes a village idiot, and I married one;" commentary by co-executive producer Danny Smtih, producer Kara Vallow, writer Mark Hentemann, director Dan Povenmire and actor Adam Carolla
Special features: Disc 2: Commentary by executive producers Seth MacFarlane, David A. Goodman and Chris Sheridan, writer John Viener and director Cyndi Tang on "Movin' out (Brian's song);" commentary by executive producer Seth MacFarlane, writer Andrew Goldberg, director Julius Wu, actor Patrick Warburton and composer Walter Murphy on "Believe it or not, Joe's walking on air;" commentary by executive producer Seth MacFarlane, executive producer/writer David A. Goodman, executive producer Chris Sheridan, co-executive producer Steve Callaghan, director John Holmquist, actors Alex Borstein and Seth Green and composer Ron Jones on "Stewie kills Lois;" commentary by executive producers Seth MacFarlane, David A. Goodman and Chris Sheridan, associate producer Kim Fertman, writer Steve Callaghan, director Greg Colton, actor Alex Borsetin and composer Ron Jones on "Lois kills Stewie;" commentary by executive producers Seth MacFarlane and David A. Goodman, writer Kirker Butler, director Pete Michels and actor Phyllis Diller on "Padre de familia;" commentary by executive producers Seth MacFarlane and David A. Goodman, executive producer/writer Chris Sheridan and actor Mila Kunis on "Peter's daughter."
Special features: Disc 3: Commentary by executive producers Seth MacFarlane and David A. Goodman, writer Wellesley Wild, director Brian Iles and actor Lisa Wilhoit on "McStroke;" 49 deleted scenes; Family guy 100th episode special; Family guy live! "Just for laughs;" "The making of the 100th episode" featurette; favorite scenes
Voices: Mike Henry, Patrick Warburton, Seth Green, Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis, Adam Carolla
Peter opens a restaurant, fulfilling a life-long dream. When their church congregation believes Stewie is possessed, the family flees to Texas. After Chris is expelled from school, he's admitted into his grandfather's fancy alma mater. When a local oil refinery dumps waste into Lake Quahog, Lois is compelled to run for mayor. Brian moves out and he and his girlfriend get a place of their own. Joe's on cloud nine after leg-transplant surgery. Stewie vows revenge when Peter and Lois go on a cruise without the family. Only Lois can stop Stewie on his way to world domination
DVD, full screen (1.33:1); Dolby Digital 5.1 surround, dual-layer, NTSC
English dialogue, English, French or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned
No meals on wheels / Boys do cry / No Chris left behind / It takes a village idiot, and I married one / Meet the Quagmires / Disc 1. writer, Mike Henry ; director Greg Colton -- writer, Cherry Chevapravatdumrong ; director, Brian Iles -- writer, Patrick Meighan ; director, Pete Michels -- writer, Alex Borstein -- producer, Kara Vallow ; writer, Mark Hentemann ; director, Dan Povenmire
Movin' out (Brian's song) / Believe it or not, Joe's walking on air / Stewie kills Lois Lois kills Stewie / Padre de familia / Peter's daughter / McStroke / Disc 2. writer, John Viener, director, Cyndi Tang -- writer, Andrew Goldberg ; director, Julius Wu -- (100th episode) / writer, David A. Goodman ; director, John Holmquist -- writer, Steve Callaghan ; director, Greg Colton -- writer, Kirker Butler ; director, Pete Michels -- writer, Chris Sheridan. Disc 3. writer, Wellesley Wild ; director, Brian Iles
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