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Season 9

148 :09x01 - And Then There Were Fewer

Sep/26/2010
After receiving mysterious and anonymous invitations, The Griffins, The Swansons, The Goldmans, Glen Quagmire, Jillian, Derek, Adam West, Tom Tucker, Diane Simmons, Herbert, Carl, Dr. Hartman & Seamus arrive at a secluded ocean side mansion.

They quickly realize all is not what it seems when someone starts killing off the guests.
Guest Stars: Mike Henry (1) as Consuela | Herbert | James Woods as Himself | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Jennifer Tilly as Bonnie Swanson | Lori Alan as Diane Simmons | Ashley Tisdale as Priscilla | Drew Barrymore as Jillian | Patrick Stewart as The Black Cat | John Viener as Derek Wilcox (Tomak | DVD Only) | Johnny Brennan (1) as Mort Goldman | Max Burkholder as Kid | Colin Ford as Kid | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Nicole Sullivan as Muriel Goldman | Alec Sulkin as Belgard (DVD Only)
Director: Dominic Polcino

149 :09x02 - Excellence in Broadcasting

Oct/03/2010
When Brian learns that Rush Limbaugh is singing books and the Quahog Mall, he decides to go down there and give him a piece of his mind. However, when Rush comes to Brian's rescue during a gang beating, he gives Rush's books a second look and the 2 become fast friends.
Guest Stars: Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute | Rush Limbaugh as Himself | Gary Cole as Mike Brady | Chris Cox as George W. Bush | Ralph Garman as Various | Christine Lakin as Joyce Kinney | Phil LaMarr as Ollie Williams | Shelley Long as Carol Brady | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Alec Sulkin as Various | John Viener as Various | Nana Visitor as Nancy Pelosi | Wellesley Wild as Various
Director: John Holmquist

150 :09x03 - Welcome Back, Carter

Oct/10/2010
After Carter forces Peter's silence upon the discovery of his affair, Peter realizes he has Carter over a barrel.
However, Peter spills the beans and Barbara divorces Carter which leaves Peter reintroducing Carter to single life.
Guest Stars: Seth MacFarlane as Carter Pewterschmidt | Alex Borstein as Barbara Pewterschmidt | Alex Breckenridge as Girl In Bar | Max Burkholder as Kid | Ralph Garman as Various | Christine Lakin as Various | Rachael MacFarlane as Various | Patrick Meighan as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Alec Sulkin as Various | John Viener as Various | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson
Songs: (Unknown artist) -- Jeepers Creepers

151 :09x04 - Halloween on Spooner Street

Nov/07/2010
Peter and Joe team up for their annual tradition of mean spirited pranks on Glenn.

Meanwhile, Brian takes Stewie for his very night of trick or treating. However, their night gets sidetracked by three bullies which leaves Stewie seeking revenge.
Guest Stars: Nana Visitor as Justin's Mother | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Lisa Wilhoit as Connie DiMico | Christina Milian as Esther | Alec Sulkin as Floyd Wetherton | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Barclay Deveau as Patty | Natasha Melnick as Ruth | Patrick Stewart as Dick Pump | Johnny Brennan (1) as Mort Goldman | James Burkholder as Kid | Chris Cox as Various | Ralph Garman as Various | Noah Matthews as Justin | Danny Smith (1) as Male Midget | Pink Panther | Lyndon Smith (1) as Teen #2 | John Viener as Various | Jessica Barth as Various |
Uncredited: Candace Marie as Beth |
Featuring: Seth MacFarlane as Glenn Quagmire | Bill Clinton | Alex Borstein as Female Midget
Director: Jerry Langford

152 :09x05 - Baby, You Knock Me Out

Nov/14/2010
During a night of 'Foxy Boxing' Peter volunteers Lois to take part.
To everyone's surprise Lois takes a liking to the matches. Although, when she is confronted by the reining champ, she's unsure she can rise to the challenge.
Guest Stars: Mike Henry (1) as Bruce | Carrie Fisher as Angela | Jennifer Tilly as Bonnie Swanson | Luke Adams (3) as Club Manager | Alec Sulkin as Floyd Wetherton | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson |
Uncredited: Adam West as Mayor Adam West (Deleted Scene)
Director: Julius Wu
Songs: Survivor -- Eye of the Tiger

153 :09x06 - Brian Writes a Bestseller

Nov/21/2010
After one final rejection from his book, Brian decided to throw in the towel but with Stewie's help give it one last chance with a self-help book.

Meanwhile, Lois decides that she and Peter need separate beds, a decision that leaves Peter looking for a new cuddle buddy.
Guest Stars: Arianna Huffington as Herself | Bill Maher as Himself | Dana Gould as Himself | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Alex Breckenridge as Various | Chris Cox as Various | Ralph Garman as Various | Christine Lakin as Various | Alec Sulkin as Various | John Viener as Man in Coma | Katie Sah as Receptionist
Director: Joseph Lee
Writer: Gary Janetti

154 :09x07 - Road to the North Pole

Dec/12/2010
Stewie’s favorite thing after his teddy bear, Rupert, is Christmas. So when he hears that Santa is making an appearance at the mall, he begs Brian to take him so that he can tell Santa in person what he wants for Christmas.

Brian begrudgingly takes Stewie to the mall, only to get the brush-off from Santa. As a result, Stewie and Brian travel to the North Pole to find Santa and teach him a lesson in holiday cheer
Guest Stars: Seth MacFarlane as Glenn Quagmire | Tom Tucker | Mike Henry (1) as Bruce | Consuela | Herbert | Drew Barrymore as Jillian | Carrie Fisher as Angela | David Boreanaz as Himself (The Aurora Boreanaz) | Karley Scott Collins as Abby | Little Girl | Alec Sulkin as Belgard | Jennifer Tilly as Bonnie Swanson | H. Jon Benjamin as Carl | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Bruce McGill as Santa | Ron Macfarlane as Himself (Narrator) | John Viener as Mall Santa | Eeyore | Robot Notary | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Johnny Brennan (1) as Mort Goldman | Nana Visitor as Woman (Home Invasion) | Chris Sheridan as Dan (Home Invasion)
Director: Greg Colton

155 :09x08 - New Kidney in Town

Jan/09/2011
After a home made energy drink, Peter suffers complete kidney failure. His only chance is a transplant which Brian agrees to.

Meanwhile, Chris wins an essay contest that gives him the privilege of introducing the President of United States, Barack Obama.
The only problem, Meg wrote the winning essay.
Guest Stars: Drew Carey as Himself (Host of “The Price is Right”) | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Danny Smith (1) as Various | John Viener as Various | Gary Cole as Principal Shepherd | Ralph Garman as Various | Christine Lakin as Joyce Kinney | Rachael MacFarlane as Various | Johnny Brennan (1) as Horace | Yvette Nicole Brown as Various |
Uncredited: Scott Baio as Charles (“Charles in Charge” Opening) | Willie Aames as Buddy Lembeck (“Charles in Charge” Opening) | Sandra Kerns as Ellen Powell (“Charles in Charge” Opening) | Nicole Eggert as Jamie Powell (“Charles in Charge” Opening) | Josie Davis as Sarah Powell (“Charles in Charge” Opening)

156 :09x09 - And I'm Joyce Kinney

Jan/16/2011
Lois becomes friends with Joyce Kinney, the new local news anchor.
When Lois spills a secret about her youth, Joyce reveals it on the local news which leaves Lois picking up the pieces of her reputation.
Guest Stars: Jennifer Tilly as Bonnie Swanson | Christine Lakin as Joyce Kinney | Helen Reddy as Herself | Kirker Butler as Various | Colin Ford as Various | Ralph Garman as Various | Rachael MacFarlane as Sandy Olsson (“Grease” Cutaway) | Chris Sheridan as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Alec Sulkin as Various | John Viener as Priest
Director: Dominic Bianchi
Writer: Alec Sulkin

157 :09x10 - Friends of Peter G

Feb/13/2011
After a drunken incident at the movies, Peter and Brian are arrested & sentenced to attend Alcoholics Anonymous.
They decide the meetings can be more entertaining with the introduction of drinking.

Meanwhile, Death returns and shows Peter what his life would be like alcohol free.
Guest Stars: Seth MacFarlane as William Wordsworth | Drunk Seagull | Adam Carolla as Death | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Carrie Fisher as Angela | John Viener as Peter Griffin | H. Jon Benjamin as Carl | Steve Callaghan as Various | Chris Cox as Various | Ralph Garman as Various | Phil LaMarr as Judge | Ollie Williams | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Jessica Stroup as Various | Alec Sulkin as Various | Laura Vandervoort as Various | Mike Henry (1) as Bruce
Director: John Holmquist
Writer: Brian Scully

158 :09x11 - German Guy

Feb/20/2011
Chris meets a puppeteer named Franz, an old acquaintance of Herbert’s.
Guest Stars: Mike Henry (1) as Herbert | John Viener as Franz Gutentag (Lt. Schlechtnacht) | Alex Breckenridge as Various | Johnny Brennan (1) as Various | Ralph Garman as Various | Alec Sulkin as Various | Alan Tudyk as German Pilot

159 :09x12 - The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair

Mar/06/2011
When Bonnie goes out of town, Meg offers to check in on Joe, but she soon becomes a little too involved and starts freaking everyone out – especially Joe.

Meanwhile, Stewie thinks he’s losing his edge as the toughest baby on the block, so he hooks himself up to a machine that is supposed to make him more evil than ever before.

Source: FOX
Guest Stars: Jennifer Tilly as Bonnie Swanson | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | Mike Henry (1) as Herbert | Patrick Stewart as Susie Swanson (Inner Voice) | Dee Bradley Baker as Various | Alex Breckenridge as Various | Colin Ford as Kid | Ralph Garman as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various
Director: Brian Iles
Writer: Tom Devanney

160 :09x13 - Trading Places

Mar/20/2011
Chris and Meg think their parents have it easy, but Peter and Lois beg to differ, so in order to teach them a lesson, they all trade roles.
Chris goes to work at the brewery while Meg runs the house.

While things start off well, it’s not long until the stress of running a household and being the sole breadwinner break down Chris and Meg

Source: FOX
Guest Stars: Seth MacFarlane as Carter Pewterschmidt | Dr. Hartman | Seth Green as Cheerleader | Carrie Fisher as Angela | Steve Callaghan as Mugging Victim | Gary Cole as Principal Shepherd | Nina Dobrev as Teen Girl #3 | Rachael MacFarlane as Amber | Danny Smith (1) as Jim Kaplan | Alec Sulkin as Announcer | Laura Vandervoort as Bridget | John Viener as Various | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Lisa Wilhoit as Connie DiMico | Johnny Brennan (1) as Mort Goldman | Mark Hentemann as Opie | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson (Deleted Scene) | Scott Grimes as Singer (DVD Version)
Director: Joseph Lee

161 :09x14 - Tiegs for Two

Apr/10/2011
When the local dry cleaner loses Peter’s favorite white shirt, he goes ballistic.
Meanwhile, Brian tries to score on a date with a new friend, Denise (guest voice Stroup), but ends up striking out.

Instead of calling it quits on love, he decides to enlist Quagmire’s help, but things get nasty when they start to compete for the affections of each other’s old flames, Cheryl Tiegs (guest-voicing as herself) and Jillian (guest voice Barrymore)

Source: FOX
Guest Stars: Seth MacFarlane as Glenn Quagmire | John Davidson | Alex Borstein as Batina (Fat Girl at Bar) | Jessica Stroup as Denise | Drew Barrymore as Jillian | Cheryl Tiegs as Herself | Robert Wu as Mr. Washee-Washee | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Ralph Garman as Police Clerk | Johnny Brennan (1) as Mort Goldman | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Alec Sulkin as Negatron | Aragorn | John Viener as Woman (Black Woman in Hindsight) | Frank Welker as Megatron
Director: Jerry Langford
Writer: John Viener

162 :09x15 - Brothers & Sisters

Apr/17/2011
Distraught over her 9th divorce, Lois’ sister, Carol (guest voice Hagerty), comes to stay with the Griffins.

During her stay Carol meets Adam West and it's love at first sight and decide to get married, however Lois has misgivings about Carol entering another relationship so soon after her recent split.

Meanwhile, Peter is thrilled with the prospect of having a brother in Adam West.
Guest Stars: Seth MacFarlane as Glenn Quagmire | Pigeon | Alex Borstein as Airport Employee | Julie Hagerty as Carol | Adam West as Mayor Adam West | Meredith Baxter as Elyse Keaton | Michael Gross as Steven Keaton | Dave Boat as Various | James Burkholder as Kid | Steve Callaghan as Various | Ralph Garman as Various | Robert Loggia as Himself | Alexa Nikolas as Various | Sarah Ramos as Various | Julius Sharpe as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Josh Robert Thompson as Various | John Viener as Various
Director: Julius Wu

163 :09x16 - The Big Bang Theory

May/08/2011
When Stewie uses his time machine to embarrass Brian in the past, an accident lands the 2 outside the space time continuum.
The only way to return to reality is to explode the return pad. Once safely home, Stewie discovers his return pad explosion was the origin of the universe.

While trying to find plutonium to build another return pad, Bertram discovers Stewie has a time machine and hatches a plan to destroy one of Stewie's ancestors without realizing Stewie's destruction means the end of all existence.
Guest Stars: Seth MacFarlane as Leonardo da Vinci | Alex Borstein as Edison's Wife | Wallace Shawn as Bertram | John Viener as Various | Alec Sulkin as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Joe Flaherty as Vatican Delivery Man | Mike Henry (1) as Cleveland |
Uncredited: Neil Armstrong (1) as Himself | Nicole Sullivan as Louise (DVD Version)
Director: Dominic Polcino

164 :09x17 - Foreign Affairs

May/15/2011
Bonnie and Lois take a little trip to Paris, but Bonnie crosses the line in the City of Love.

Meanwhile, Peter home schools Chris and Meg using some unorthodox teaching methods.
Guest Stars: Jennifer Tilly as Bonnie Swanson | Gary Cole as Principal Shepherd | Patrick Warburton as Joe Swanson | John Viener as King Henry VIII | Mike Barker (1) as Various | Ralph Garman as Various | Phil LaMarr as Various | Kaitlin Olson as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Alec Sulkin as Various |
Uncredited: Mick Jagger as Himself (Footage from “Dancing in the Street” Video) | David Bowie as Himself (Footage from “Dancing in the Street” Video)
Songs: David Bowie -- Dancing in the Street, Mick Jagger -- Dancing in the Street

165 :09x18 - It's a Trap!

May/22/2011
After a third power blackout, the family (albeit reluctantly) tells the story of “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi”.
Guest Stars: Seth MacFarlane as Roger | Wicket (as Tim from “The Cleveland Show”) | Mike Henry (1) as Jabba's Gatekeeper | Rallo (from “The Cleveland Show”) | Carrie Fisher as Mon Mothma (as Angela) | Rush Limbaugh as The Rancor | Patrick Stewart as Captain Picard (DVD Only) | Michael Dorn as Lieutenant Worf (DVD Only) | Adam West as Grand Moff Tarkin | Dee Bradley Baker as Admiral Ackbar (as Klaus from “American Dad”) | H. Jon Benjamin as Yoda | Johnny Brennan (1) as Lando Calrissian (as Mort Goldman) | Max Burkholder as Various | Steve Callaghan as Various | Chris Cox as Various | Chris Edgerly as Various | Colin Ford as Various | Ralph Garman as Various (DVD Only) | Mary Hart as Herself (as “Entertainment Tonight” Host)(DVD Only) | Anne Hathaway as Various | Mark Hentemann as Various | Bruce McGill as Various (DVD Only) | Chris Sheridan as Various | Danny Smith (1) as Various | Yara Shahidi as Various | Alec Sulkin as Various | John Viener as Various | Patrick Warburton as Jabba the Hutt |
Uncredited: Ted Knight as Judge Elihu Smails (Footage from “Caddyshack”) | Conway Twitty as Himself (Archive Footage)(DVD Only)
Director: Peter Shin
Songs: Power Station -- Some Like It Hot
Warning: Family Guy guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Animation
Genre: Adult Cartoons | Comedy
Status: Returning Series
Network: FOX ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 31, 1999
Episode Order: 21
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