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American Dad!: Permanent Record Wrecker

Stan is fired from the CIA in a round of budget cuts, but since his 20 years of work experience are classified and hidden from his “permanent record”, the only job he’s able to land is at the local grocery store where Steve is the manager.

Meanwhile, Roger bets an annoying coffee shop musician that he can outplay him in one week. To accomplish his goal, he enters into a Faustian bargain with Lorenzo, a guitar-instructing infomercial host.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 9x18
Production Number: 8AJN19
Airdate: Sunday May 04th, 2014
Network: FOX
Special Airtime: 07:30 pm

Alternate Airdates:

CA (Global) May 04, 2014
NZ (FOUR) Jun 05, 2014
UK (FOX) Apr 30, 2015

Guest Stars
Brian BoyleBrian Boyle
voiced Various
Cedric YarbroughCedric Yarbrough
voiced Various
John VienerJohn Viener
voiced Various
Melanie Deanne MooreMelanie Deanne Moore
voiced Various
Mike Barker (1)Mike Barker (1)
voiced Sanders
Mike Henry (1)Mike Henry (1)
voiced Jackson
Patrick StewartPatrick Stewart
voiced Avery Bullock
Taryn SouthernTaryn Southern
voiced Various
Alan ThickeAlan Thicke
voiced Himself
Josh FademJosh Fadem
voiced Various
Robin ThickeRobin Thicke
voiced Himself
Stanley TucciStanley Tucci
voiced Lorenzo
Main Cast
Seth MacFarlaneSeth MacFarlane
voiced Stan Smith | Roger
Wendy SchaalWendy Schaal
voiced Francine Smith
Scott GrimesScott Grimes
voiced Steve Smith
Rachael MacFarlaneRachael MacFarlane
voiced Hayley Smith
Dee Bradley BakerDee Bradley Baker
voiced Klaus Heissler
Episode Notes
Roger's Disguise

Max Jets
from Max Jets

Permanent Record Wrecker received a 1.3 demo score & 2.51 million viewers

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Tommy EmmanuelClassical Gas 

Episode Goofs
When Shawn falls over dead, his body position changes when we see the sniper in the background.
First he falls forward w/ his head over the papers and the desk blotter w/ the blood pouring onto the desk, but then he's fallen to screen right while bleeding completely on the desk blotter.

Cultural References
The guitar number Roger plays to beat Jamal was Tommy Emmanuel version of Mason Williams's Classical Gas.

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