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Family Guy, Vol. 8

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Look at this point if you’re still going to complain how the show is not funny since the earlier seasons I can’t blame you, in fact I agree with you. I think Family Guy has gone a little downhill yes but I still like it for what it is. Besides I think most customers visiting this page are actually interested in this volume DVD, the episodes it contains and they should know what to expect out of those 3 discs. If you’re just here to complain well beat it, it’s just a television show right? Maybe it’s not as funny to you but I still get a good laugh out of watching the show and think it’s still more entertaining than most of what is on television right now. Vol 8 has the seven remaining episodes of season 7 and the first eight of season 8 for a total of 15 episodes.

Here are all of the episodes on Vol.8:

1. FOX-y Lady

2. Not All Dogs Go To Heaven

3. 420

4. Stew-Roids

5. We Love You, Conrad

6. Three Kings

7. Peter’s Progress

8. Road To The Multiverse

9. Family Goy

10. Spies Reminiscent of Us

11. Brian’s Got a Brand New Bag

12. Hannah Banana

13. Quagmire’s Baby

14. Jerome is the New Black

15. Dog Gone

It seems that even if some fans of the show didn’t enjoy this season as much as the others ones they generally agree that there are a few great episodes on Vol 8 such as “Road To The Multiverse” and “Stew-Roids”. I also liked “Quagmire’s Baby” and “Three Kings”. I don’t think Family Guy is done just yet but if they don’t do something soon then it could be the end of the show. Fans brought the show out of cancellation and could very well put it back to that status. I don’t think vol 9 will be that much better as I’ve seen most of those episodes ( “Brian & Stewie” was just a painful one to watch).

And yes they still haven’t done anything about the “volumes” DVD and you don’t get a full season here, it’s disappointing but that’s what they’ve been doing since season 4 when they decided to split a season in two DVD’s boxed set and I guess it’s what Fox will continue to do so for future DVD releases. Yes I’ve bought this DVD even if I’d like actual season sets to be released because I enjoy Family Guy. I just wish they wouldn’t charge as much for only 15 episodes in a cheap package, basically the same as season 7’s, I also hope they don’t discontinue the DVD version with the cover on it like they did for season 7 after a while that was just disappointing. There are still some good episodes on this Volume DVD, the show is not what it once was but it’s still decent. 3 stars.

Rating: 3 / 5

Family Guy Volume 8

15 Episodes on 3 Discs being released June 15, 2010

“Family Guy” continues with Volume 8 which is a collection of fifteen episodes including the infamous “Road to the Multiverse” Brian and Stewie special that kicked off that run taking the Family Guy cast through a series of different worlds and different types of animation like Hanna Barbara “The Flintstones” style, “Robot Chicken” clamation style, block people, the family as dogs, and the graceful Disney style with the song, “It’s a Wonderful Day for Pie” that gets stuck in my head with regularity.

The uncensored version allows for swearing and shockingly Peter’s exposed private parts in the episode with the Kathy Ireland cardboard stand-up, “Family Goy.” Other gems in this bunch are the story of Peter’s past life as a founder of the Quahog colony, the condensed re-telling of Stephen King stories: “Stand By Me”, “Misery”, and “The Shawshank Redemption”, Quagmire as a dad, the Star Trek: The Next Generation cast hanging out with Stewie, and a “Spies Like Us” spin-off featuring the actual voices of Chevy Chase and Dan Dan Aykroyd.

In this set, the evolution of “Family Guy” has led to an increase in live-action style camera angles over the shoulder while characters are talking, digital animation, and more fancy computer sequences. The comedic timing is as sharp as ever, the cut-aways more random and hilarious, and the songs are very catchy.

Bonus Features:

There is commentary on almost every episode by Seth MacFarlane, writers, directors, producers, and other cast members. There are also a bunch of deleted scenes and a full script for the episode “Road to the Multiverse” featuring pencil sketches of some of the characters!

The Road to Road to the Multiverse featurette talks about the episode being another “Road To” Brian and Stewie adventure and how the premise was like the sci-fi television show “Sliders” where the characters would “slide” to different dimensions all the time. They talk about how they grabbed Disney animators to gain authenticity for the “Wonderful Day for Pie” scene.

One of my favorite bonus features is Family Guy karaoke where you can literally follow the bouncing ball to the lyrics of Family Guy songs: “Gotta Give Up the Toad”, “Left Foot, Right Foot”, “Road to Rhode Island”, “Hic-A-Doo-La”, “You’ve Got A Lot To See”, “My Fat Baby Loves To Eat”, “You Do!”, “You And I Are So Awfully Different”, “Buy Me A Rainbow”, “You Have AIDS”, “The FCC Song”, “When We Swing”, “Shipoopi”, “Noble Indian Chief”, “(In God’s Eyes) Everybody’s Hot”, “This Is One Fine Day To Be Nude”, “Evil Monkey Song”, “My Black Son”, “Drunken Irish Dad”, “Prom Night Dumpster Baby”, “Sodomy”, “Me & Jesus”, “I Like Farts”, “G-Chord”, “The Handi-Quacks Theme Song”, “The Pot Song”, “The Friendship Song”, and finally “It’s a Wonderful Day for Pie.” I highly recommend hitting Play All.
Rating: 5 / 5

I highly recommend purchasing Family Guy Volume 8 from Target so you get the Target exclusive bonus disc. That have it at the store and online just make sure it is the Target exclusive because they sell both. The bonus disc features the “Seth MacFarlane & Friends” panel discussion from the 2010 PaleyFest. Its a great set, and all though it may not be the best season it isn’t bad. If your a fan of Family guy, I recommend picking it up.
Rating: 4 / 5

I have been a fan of the show since it’s ORIGINAL debut after the Super Bowl in 1999.

Course, how they have done the DVD releases it is NOT right that you can NOT get a complete season in 1 DVD package.

The episodes in this DVD are NOT up to normal “Family Guy” standards. No stand out episodes. Only a couple of episodes “Fox-y Lady” & “Brian’s Got A Brand New Bag” have jokes I want to rewind to see again.

Uncensored. Unlike when they just slapped curse words in “The Empire Strikes Back” straight to video release where most of the curse words were just there because they could get away with it but they did NOT work. In Volume 8 they do work & go along with the story script.

Of these episodes notable for me “Three Kings” with the “Star Wars” figurine bit & of course Richard Dreyfess & the late Roy Scheider together again for the “Jaws” references. This episode aired of course after Roy’s death in 2008. “Family Goy” episode has 2 “Star Wars” saga references & also an “Indiana Jones” reference. The “Spies Like Us” episode “Spies Reminiscent Of Us” good idea for an episode & good to see Dan & Chevy were used.

Now, we can complain again the DVD makers went cheap with the horrible plastic cases. You have an episode list but not like in the older DVD releases you get NO information on that episode. Cheap plastic disc holders.

Normal extras on the DVD package.
Rating: 4 / 5

Family Guy may not be as controversial as it use to be, but it is still very funny and clever. I am very glad I have this added to my family guy collection and I think any fan should have it as well.
Rating: 5 / 5

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