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Peter Griffin bioPeter Griffin is the head of the Griffin family of Quahog, Rhode Island. He is a working class guy… not very mature or bright.   He often runs off on some wild chase or scheme.  He loves beer and hanging out with his friends at the local bar, The Drunken Clam.

 

 

 

Lois Griffin bioLois Griffin is married to Peter and the mom of their kids. She has a little more common sense than he does, but she’s not a very warm person (especially when it comes to her kids). She and Peter bicker a lot but love each other.

 

 

 

Meg Griffin bioMeg Griffin is the oldest child. No one seems to like her (including her family). Her family bullies or ignores her. She’s a bit odd and definitely “a nerd.” Sometimes the family jokes that she’ll be a lesbian in the future.

 

 

 

Chris Griffin bioChris Griffin is a teenaged boy. He’s not very smart and seems emotionally stunted. He’s obsessed with girls, like most teens. Sometimes he speaks as if he’s actually a lot smarter. He loves to play video games.

 

 

 

Stewie Griffin bioStewie Griffin is the baby of the family, but he’s really an evil genius. There are many jokes about him being gay (and in the closet).  Sometimes he acts like a regular child, and other times he seems very far advanced. He has most of the best jokes on the show. Brian is his best friend. They have adventures together. Stewie likes to try to kill his mom and also build time machines.

 

Brian bioBrian is the family dog, but he can speak and is fairly smart (not as smart as he thinks he is). He likes to read (or at least, pretend to read), write and sip Champagne. He dates humans as well as dogs.  He tries to keep Stewie out of trouble. Brian has a big crush on Lois but is also Peter’s best friend (and Stewie’s as well).  He and Quagmire hate each other.

 

 

Joe Swanson bioJoe Swanson is Peter’s next door neighbor. He’s in a wheelchair but is also a police officer.  He has an offbeat sense of humor and is usually cheery not matter what. He, Peter, Quagmire and Cleveland hang out at the local bar. He’s married to a woman, Bonnie, that doesn’t treat him very well.

 

 

Glenn Quagmire bioGlenn Quagmire is Peter’s other next door neighbor. He’s a pilot who’s obsessed with sex and bedding as many women as he can. Like Brian, he has a huge crush on Lois. He and Brian hate each other. He thinks Brian is a big phony. His favorite sayings are “all right” and “giggity giggity.”

 

 

Cleveland bioCleveland Brown lives across the street from Peter. Whenever there’s a terrible thing that happens in the neighborhood, Cleveland’s house is usually destroyed, with him in the bathtub and falling out of the house. He’s a mail carrier. His wife is Loretta, and they have two children. There was a spinoff of his family, “The Cleveland Show.”

 

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Season 1

1. 1-1 31 January 1999 “Death Has a Shadow”
2. 1-2 11 April 1999 “I Never Met the Dead Man”
3. 1-3 18 April 1999 “Chitty Chitty Death Bang”
4. 1-4 25 April 1999 “Mind Over Murder”
5. 1-5 02 May 1999 “A Hero Sits Next Door”
6. 1-6 09 May 1999 “The Son Also Draws”
7. 1-7 16 May 1999 “Brian: Portrait of a Dog”

Season 2

8. 2-1 23 September 1999 “Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater”
9. 2-2 30 September 1999 “Holy Crap”
10. 2-3 26 December 1999 “DaBoom”
11. 2-4 07 March 2000 “Brian in Love”
12. 2-5 14 March 2000 “Love Thy Trophy”
13. 2-6 21 March 2000 “Death is a Bitch”
14. 2-7 28 March 2000 “The King is Dead”
15. 2-8 28 March 2000 “I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar”
16. 2-9 04 April 2000 “If I’m Dyin’ I’m Lyin'”
17. 2-10 11 April 2000 “Running Mates”
18. 2-11 18 April 2000 “A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Bucks”
19. 2-12 25 April 2000 “Fifteen Minutes of Shame”
20. 2-13 30 May 2000 “Road to Rhode Island”
21. 2-14 06 June 2000 “Let’s Go to the Hop”
22. 2-15 13 June 2000 “Dammit Janet”
23. 2-16 27 June 2000 “There’s Something About Paulie”
24. 2-17 27 June 2000 “He’s Too Sexy for His Fat”
25. 2-18 12 July 2000 “E. Peterbus Unum”
26. 2-19 18 July 2000 “The Story on Page One”
27. 2-20 25 July 2000 “Wasted Talent”
28. 2-21 01 August 2000 “Fore, Father”

Season 3

29. 3-1 11 July 2001 “The Thin White Line”
30. 3-2 18 July 2001 “Brian Does Hollywood”
31. 3-3 25 July 2001 “Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington”
32. 3-4 01 August 2001 “One If by Clam, Two If by Sea”
33. 3-5 08 August 2001 “And the Wiener is…”
34. 3-6 15 August 2001 “Death Lives”
35. 3-7 22 August 2001 “Lethal Weapons”
36. 3-8 29 August 2001 “The Kiss Seen Around the World”
37. 3-9 05 September 2001 “Mr. Saturday Knight”
38. 3-10 19 September 2001 “Fish Out of Water”
39. 3-11 08 November 2001 “Emission Impossible”
40. 3-12 15 November 2001 “To Love and Die in Dixie”
41. 3-13 29 November 2001 “Screwed the Pooch”
42. 3-14 06 December 2001 “Peter Griffin: Husband, Father…Brother?”
43. 3-15 20 December 2001 “Ready, Willing, and Disabled”
44. 3-16 21 December 2001 “A Very Special Family Guy Freakin’ Christmas”
45. 3-17 17 January 2002 “Brian Wallows and Peter’s Swallows”
46. 3-18 24 January 2002 “From Method to Madness”
47. 3-19 31 January 2002 “Stuck Together, Torn Apart”
48. 3-20 07 February 2002 “Road to Europe”
49. 3-21 14 February 2002 “Family Guy Viewer Mail (1)”
50. 3-22 10 December 2004 “When You Wish Upon a Weinstein”

Season 4

51. 4-1 01 May 2005 “North by North Quahog”
52. 4-2 08 May 2005 “Fast Times at Buddy Cianci Jr. High”
53. 4-3 15 May 2005 “Blind Ambition”
54. 4-4 05 June 2005 “Don’t Make Me Over”
55. 4-5 12 June 2005 “The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire”
56. 4-6 19 June 2005 “Petarded”
57. 4-7 26 June 2005 “Brian the Bachelor”
58. 4-8 10 July 2005 “8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Daughter”
59. 4-9 17 July 2005 “Breaking Out is Hard to Do”
60. 4-10 24 July 2005 “Model Misbehavior”
61. 4-11 11 September 2005 “Peter’s Got Woods”
62. 4-12 18 September 2005 “The Perfect Castaway”
63. 4-13 25 September 2005 “Jungle Love”
64. 4-14 06 November 2005 “PTV”
65. 4-15 13 November 2005 “Brian Goes Back to College”
66. 4-16 20 November 2005 “The Courtship of Stewie’s Father”
67. 4-17 27 November 2005 “The Fat Guy Strangler”
68. 4-18 18 December 2005 “The Father, The Son and the Holy Fonz”
69. 4-19 08 January 2006 “Brian Sings and Swings”
70. 4-20 29 January 2006 “Patriot Games”
71. 4-21 12 March 2006 “I Take Thee, Quagmire”
72. 4-22 26 March 2006 “Sibling Rivalry”
73. 4-23 09 April 2006 “Deep Throats”
74. 4-24 23 April 2006 “Peterotica”
75. 4-25 30 April 2006 “You May Kiss the…Uh…Guy Who Receives”
76. 4-26 07 May 2006 “Petergeist”
77. 4-27 14 May 2006 “Untitled Griffin Family History”
78. 4-28 21 May 2006 “Stewie B. Goode”
79. 4-29 21 May 2006 “Bango Was His Name Oh!”
80. 4-30 21 May 2006 “Stu & Stewie’s Excellent Adventure”

Season 5

81. 5-1 10 September 2006 “Stewie Loves Lois”
82. 5-2 17 September 2006 “Mother Tucker”
83. 5-3 24 September 2006 “Hell Comes to Quahog”
84. 5-4 05 November 2006 “Saving Private Brian”
85. 5-5 12 November 2006 “Whistle While Your Wife Works”
86. 5-6 19 November 2006 “Prick Up Your Ears”
87. 5-7 26 November 2006 “Chick Cancer”
88. 5-8 17 December 2006 “Barely Legal”
89. 5-9 28 January 2007 “Road to Rupert”
90. 5-10 11 February 2007 “Peter’s Two Dads”
91. 5-11 18 February 2007 “The Tan Aquatic with Steve Zissou”
92. 5-12 04 March 2007 “Airport ’07”
93. 5-13 11 March 2007 “Bill and Peter’s Bogus Adventure”
94. 5-14 25 March 2007 “No Meals on Wheels”
95. 5-15 29 April 2007 “Boys Do Cry”
96. 5-16 06 May 2007 “No Chris Left Behind”
97. 5-17 13 May 2007 “It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One”
98. 5-18 20 May 2007 “Meet the Quagmires”

Season 6
99. 6-1 23 September 2007 “Blue Harvest (60 min)”
100. 6-2 30 September 2007 “Movin’ Out”
101. 6-3 07 October 2007 “Believe It or Not, Joe’s Walking on Air”
102. 6-4 04 November 2007 “Stewie Kills Lois”
103. 6-5 11 November 2007 “Lois Kills Stewie”
104. 6-6 18 November 2007 “Padre de Familia”
105. 6-7 25 November 2007 “Peter’s Daughter”
106. 6-8 13 January 2008 “McStroke”
107. 6-9 17 February 2008 “Back to the Woods”
108. 6-10 02 March 2008 “Play It Again, Brian”
109. 6-11 27 April 2008 “The Former Life of Brian”
110. 6-12 04 May 2008 “Long John Peter”

Season 7

111. 7-1 28 September 2008 “Love Blactually”
112. 7-2 05 October 2008 “I Dream of Jesus”
113. 7-3 19 October 2008 “Road to Germany”
114. 7-4 02 November 2008 “Baby Not on Board”
115. 7-5 09 November 2008 “The Man with Two Brians”
116. 7-6 16 November 2008 “Tales of a Third Grade Nothing”
117. 7-7 15 February 2009 “Ocean’s Three and a Half”
118. 7-8 08 March 2009 “Family Gay”
119. 7-9 15 March 2009 “The Juice is Loose!”
120. 7-10 22 March 2009 “FOX-y Lady”
121. 7-11 29 March 2009 “Not All Dogs Go to Heaven”
122. 7-12 19 April 2009 “420”
123. 7-13 26 April 2009 “Stew-Roids”
124. 7-14 03 May 2009 “We Love You Conrad”
125. 7-15 10 May 2009 “Three Kings”
126. 7-16 17 May 2009 “Peter’s Progress”

Season 8

127. 8-1 27 September 2009 “Road to the Multiverse”
128. 8-2 04 October 2009 “Family Goy”
129. 8-3 11 October 2009 “Spies Reminiscent of Us”
130. 8-4 08 November 2009 “Brian’s Got a Brand New Bag”
131. 8-5 08 November 2009 “Hannah Banana”
132. 8-6 15 November 2009 “Quagmire’s Baby”
133. 8-7 22 November 2009 “Jerome is the New Black”
134. 8-8 29 November 2009 “Dog Gone”
135. 8-9 13 December 2009 “Business Guy”
136. 8-10 03 January 2010 “Big Man on Hippocampus”
137. 8-11 31 January 2010 “Dial Meg for Murder”
138. 8-12 14 February 2010 “Extra Large Medium”
139. 8-13 14 March 2010 “Go, Stewie, Go!”
140. 8-14 21 March 2010 “Peter-assment”
141. 8-15 28 March 2010 “Brian Griffin’s House of Payne”
142. 8-16 11 April 2010 “April in Quahog”
143. 8-17 02 May 2010 “Brian & Stewie”
144. 8-18 09 May 2010 “Quagmire’s Dad”
145. 8-19 16 May 2010 “The Splendid Source”
146. 8-20 23 May 2010 “Something, Something, Something, Dark Side” (60 min)
147. 8-21 20 June 2010 “Partial Terms of Endearment”

Season 9

148. 9-1 26 September 2010 “And Then There Were Fewer”
149. 9-2 03 October 2010 “Excellence in Broadcasting”
150. 9-3 10 October 2010 “Welcome Back, Carter”
151. 9-4 07 November 2010 “Halloween on Spooner Street”
152. 9-5 14 November 2010 “Baby, You Knock Me Out”
153. 9-6 21 November 2010 “Brian Writes a Bestseller”
154. 9-7 12 December 2010 “Road to the North Pole”
155. 9-8 09 January 2011 “New Kidney in Town”
156. 9-9 16 January 2011 “And I’m Joyce Kinney”
157. 9-10 13 February 2011 “Friends of Peter G”
158. 9-11 20 February 2011 “German Guy”
159. 9-12 06 March 2011 “The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair”
160. 9-13 20 March 2011 “Trading Places”
161. 9-14 10 April 2011 “Tiegs for Two”
162. 9-15 17 April 2011 “Brothers & Sisters”
163. 9-16 08 May 2011 “The Big Bang Theory”
164. 9-17 15 May 2011 “Foreign Affairs”
165. 9-18 22 May 2011 “It’s a Trap!” (60 min)

Season 10
166. 10-1 25 September 2011 “Lottery Fever”
167. 10-2 02 October 2011 “Seahorse Seashell Party”
168. 10-3 30 October 2011 “Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q”
169. 10-4 06 November 2011 “Stewie Goes for a Drive”
170. 10-5 13 November 2011 “Back to the Pilot”
171. 10-6 20 November 2011 “Thanksgiving”
172. 10-7 27 November 2011 “Amish Guy”
173. 10-8 04 December 2011 “Cool Hand Peter”
174. 10-9 11 December 2011 “Grumpy Old Man”
175. 10-10 08 January 2012 “Quagmire & Meg”
176. 10-11 15 January 2012 “The Blind Side”
177. 10-12 29 January 2012 “Livin’ on a Prayer”
178. 10-13 12 February 2012 “Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream”
179. 10-14 19 February 2012 “Be Careful What You Fish For”
180. 10-15 04 March 2012 “Burning Down the Bayit”
181. 10-16 11 March 2012 “Killer Queen”
182. 10-17 18 March 2012 “Forget-Me-Not”
183. 10-18 01 April 2012 “You Can’t Do That on Television, Peter”
184. 10-19 29 April 2012 “Mr. and Mrs. Stewie”
185. 10-20 06 May 2012 “Leggo My Meg-O”
186. 10-21 13 May 2012 “Tea Peter”
187. 10-22 20 May 2012 “Family Guy Viewer Mail (2)”
188. 10-23 20 May 2012 “Internal Affairs”

Season 11
189. 11-1 30 September 2012 “Into Fat Air”
190. 11-2 07 October 2012 “Ratings Guy”
191. 11-3 04 November 2012 “The Old Man & the Big ‘C'”
192. 11-4 11 November 2012 “Yug Ylimaf”
193. 11-5 18 November 2012 “Joe’s Revenge”
194. 11-6 25 November 2012 “Lois Comes Out of Her Shell”
195. 11-7 09 December 2012 “Friends Without Benefits”
196. 11-8 23 December 2012 “Jesus, Mary & Joseph”
197. 11-9 06 January 2013 “Space Cadet”
198. 11-10 13 January 2013 “Brian’s Play”
199. 11-11 27 January 2013 “The Giggity Wife”
200. 11-12 10 February 2013 “Valentine’s Day in Quahog”
201. 11-13 17 February 2013 “Chris Cross”
202. 11-14 10 March 2013 “Call Girl”
203. 11-15 17 March 2013 “Turban Cowboy”
204. 11-16 24 March 2013 “12 and a Half Angry Men”
205. 11-17 14 April 2013 “Bigfat”
206. 11-18 28 April 2013 “Total Recall”
207. 11-19 05 May 2013 “Save the Clam”
208. 11-20 12 May 2013 “Farmer Guy”
209. 11-21 19 May 2013 “Roads to Vegas”
210. 11-22 19 May 2013 “No Country Club for Old Men”

Season 12
211. 12-1 29 September 2013 “Finders Keepers”
212. 12-2 06 October 2013 “Vestigial Peter”
213. 12-3 03 November 2013 “Quagmire’s Quagmire”
214. 12-4 10 November 2013 “A Fistful of Meg”
215. 12-5 17 November 2013 “Boopa-dee Bappa-dee”
216. 12-6 24 November 2013 “Life of Brian”
217. 12-7 08 December 2013 “Into Harmony’s Way”
218. 12-8 15 December 2013 “Christmas Guy”
219. 12-9 05 January 2014 “Peter Problems”
220. 12-10 12 January 2014 “Grimm Job”
221. 12-11 26 January 2014 “Brian’s a Bad Father”
222. 12-12 09 March 2014 “Mom’s the Word”
223. 12-13 16 March 2014 “3 Acts of God”
224. 12-14 23 March 2014 “Fresh Heir”
225. 12-15 30 March 2014 “Secondhand Spoke”
226. 12-16 06 April 2014 “Herpe the Love Sore”
227. 12-17 13 April 2014 “The Most Interesting Man in the World”
228. 12-18 27 April 2014 “Baby Got Black”
229. 12-19 04 May 2014 “Meg Stinks!”
230. 12-20 11 May 2014 “He’s Bla-ack!”
231. 12-21 18 May 2014 “Chap Stewie”

Season 13
232. 13-1 28 September 2014 “The Simpsons Guy” (60 min)
233. 13-2 05 October 2014 “The Book of Joe”
234. 13-3 19 October 2014 “Baking Bad”
235. 13-4 09 November 2014 “Brian the Closer”
236. 13-5 16 November 2014 “Turkey Guys”
237. 13-6 07 December 2014 “The 2000-Year-Old Virgin”
238. 13-7 04 January 2015 “Stewie, Chris & Brian’s Excellent Adventure”
239. 13-8 11 January 2015 “Our Idiot Brian”
240. 13-9 25 January 2015 “This Little Piggy”
241. 13-10 08 February 2015 “Quagmire’s Mom”
242. 13-11 15 February 2015 “Encyclopedia Griffin”
243. 13-12 08 March 2015 “Stewie is Enceinte”
244. 13-13 15 March 2015 “Dr. C and the Women”
245. 13-14 12 April 2015 “#JOLO”
246. 13-15 19 April 2015 “Once Bitten”
247. 13-16 26 April 2015 “Roasted Guy”
248. 13-17 03 May 2015 “Fighting Irish”
249. 13-18 17 May 2015 “Take My Wife”

Season 14
250. 14-1 27 September 2015 “Pilling Them Softly”
251. 14-2 04 October 2015 “Papa Has a Rollin’ Son”
252. 14-3 11 October 2015 “Guy, Robot”
253. 14-4 25 October 2015 “Peternormal Activity”
254. 14-5 08 November 2015 “Peter, Chris, & Brian”
255. 14-6 15 November 2015 “Peter’s Sister”
256. 14-7 22 November 2015 “Hot Pocket-Dial”
257. 14-8 06 December 2015 “Brokeback Swanson”
258. 14-9 13 December 2015 “A Shot in the Dark”
259. 14-10 03 January 2016 “Candy, Quahog Marshmallow”
260. 14-11 10 January 2016 “The Peanut Butter Kid”
261. 14-12 17 January 2016 “Scammed Yankees”
262. 14-13 14 February 2016 “An App a Day”
263. 14-14 21 February 2016 “Underage Peter”
264. 14-15 06 March 2016 “A Lot Going on Upstairs”
265. 14-16 13 March 2016 “The Heartbreak Dog”
266. 14-17 17 April 2016 “Take a Letter”
267. 14-18 08 May 2016 “The New Adventures of Old Tom”
268. 14-19 15 May 2016 “Run, Chris, Run”
269. 14-20 22 May 2016 “Road to India”

Season 15
270. 15-1 25 September 2016 “The Boys in the Band”
271. 15-2 02 October 2016 “Bookie of the Year”
272. 15-3 16 October 2016 “American Gigg-olo”
273. 15-4 23 October 2016 “Inside Family Guy”
274. 15-5 06 November 2016 “Chris Has Got a Date, Date, Date, Date, Date”
275. 15-6 13 November 2016 “Hot Shots”
276. 15-7 20 November 2016 “High School English”
277. 15-8 04 December 2016 “Carter and Tricia”
278. 15-9 11 December 2016 “How the Griffin Stole Christmas”
279. 15-10 08 January 2017 “Passenger Fatty-Seven”
280. 15-11 15 January 2017 “Gronkowsbees”
281. 15-12 12 February 2017 “Peter’s Def Jam”
282. 15-13 19 February 2017 “The Finer Strings”
283. 15-14 05 March 2017 “The Dating Game”
284. 15-15 12 March 2017 “Cop and a Half-Wit”
285. 15-16 19 March 2017 “Saturated Fat Guy”
286. 15-17 26 March 2017 “Peter’s Lost Youth”
287. 15-18 30 April 2017 “The Peter Principal”
288. 15-19 21 May 2017 “Dearly Deported”
289. 15-20 21 May 2017 “A House Full of Peters”

Season 16
290. 16-1 01 October 2017 “Emmy-Winning Episode”
291. 16-2 08 October 2017 “Foxx in the Men House”
292. 16-3 15 October 2017 “Nanny Goats”
293. 16-4 22 October 2017 “Follow the Money”
294. 16-5 05 November 2017 “Three Directors”
295. 16-6 12 November 2017 “The D in Apartment 23”
296. 16-7 19 November 2017 “Petey IV”
297. 16-8 03 December 2017 “Crimes and Meg’s Demeanor”
298. 16-9 10 December 2017 “Don’t Be a Dickens at Christmas”
299. 16-10 07 January 2018 “Boy (Dog) Meets Girl (Dog)”
300. 16-11 14 January 2018 “Dog Bites Bear”
301. 16-12 18 March 2018 “Send in Stewie, Please”
302. 16-13 25 March 2018 “V is for Mystery”
303. 16-14 01 April 2018 “Veteran Guy”
304. 16-15 08 April 2018 “The Woof of Wall Street”
305. 16-16 22 April 2018 “‘Family Guy’ Through the Years”
306. 16-17 29 April 2018 “Switch the Flip”
307. 16-18 06 May 2018 “HTTPete”
308. 16-19 13 May 2018 “The Unkindest Cut”
309. 16-20 20 May 2018 “Are You There God? It’s Me, Peter”

Season 17
310. 17-1 30 September 2018 “Married… with Cancer”
311. 17-2 07 October 2018 “Dead Dog Walking”
312. 17-3 14 October 2018 “Pal Stewie”
313. 17-4 21 October 2018 “Big Trouble in Little Quahog”
314. 17-5 04 November 2018 “Regarding Carter”
315. 17-6 11 November 2018 “Stand By Meg”
316. 17-7 18 November 2018 “The Griffin Winter Games”
317. 17-8 02 December 2018 “Con Heiress”
318. 17-9 09 December 2018 “Pawtucket Pete”
319. 17-10 06 January 2019 “Hefty Shades of Gray”
320. 17-11 13 January 2019 “Trump Guy”
321. 17-12 10 February 2019 “Bri, Robot”
322. 17-13 17 February 2019 “Trans-Fat”
323. 17-14 03 March 2019 “Family Guy Lite”
324. 17-15 10 March 2019 “No Giggity, No Doubt”
325. 17-16 24 March 2019 “You Can’t Handle the Booth”
326. 17-17 31 March 2019 “Island Adventure”
327. 17-18 28 April 2019 “Throw It Away”
328. 17-19 05 May 2019 “Girl, Internetted”
329. 17-20 12 May 2019 “Adam West High”

Season 18
330. 18-1 29 September 2019 “Yacht Rocky”
331. 18-2 06 October 2019 “Bri-Da”
332. 18-3 13 October 2019 “Absolutely Babulous”
333. 18-4 20 October 2019 “Disney’s the Reboot”
334. 18-5 03 November 2019 “Cat Fight”
335. 18-6 10 November 2019 “Peter & Lois’ Wedding”
336. 18-7 17 November 2019 “Heart Burn”
337. 18-8 24 November 2019 “Shanksgiving”
338. 18-9 15 December 2019 “Christmas is Coming”
339. 18-10 05 January 2020 “Connie’s Celica”
340. 18-11 16 February 2020 “Short Cuts”
341. 18-12 23 February 2020 “Undergrounded”
342. 18-13 01 March 2020 “Rich Old Stewie”
343. 18-14 08 March 2020 “The Movement”
344. 18-15 15 March 2020 “Baby Stewie”
345. 18-16 19 April 2020 “Start Me Up”
346. 18-17 26 April 2020 “Coma Guy”
347. 18-18 03 May 2020 “Better Off Meg”
348. 18-19 10 May 2020 “Holly Bibble”
349. 18-20 17 May 2020 “Movin’ In” (Principal Shepherd’s Song)

Season 19
350. 19-1 27 September 2020 “Stewie’s First Word”
351. 19-2 04 October 2020 “The Talented Mr. Stewie”
352. 19-3 11 October 2020 “Boys & Squirrels”
353. 19-4 01 November 2020 “Cutawayland”
354. 19-5 08 November 2020 “La Famiglia Guy”
355. 19-6 15 November 2020 “Meg’s Wedding”
356. 19-7 22 November 2020 “Wild Wild West”
357. 19-8 06 December 2020 “Pawtucket Pat”
358. 19-9 13 December 2020 “The First No L”
359. 19-10 17 January 2021 “Fecal Matters”
360. 19-11 21 February 2021 “Boy’s Best Friend”
361. 19-12 28 February 2021 “And Then There’s Fraud”
362. 19-13 07 March 2021 “PeTerminator”
363. 19-14 14 March 2021 “The Marrying Kind”
364. 19-15 21 March 2021 “Tales of Former Sports Glory”
365. 19-16 28 March 2021 “Customer of the Week”
366. 19-17 “Who’s Brian Now?”
367. 19-18 “The Young Parent Trap”
368. 19-19 “Meg Goes to College”
369. 19-20 “Family Cat”
370. 19-21 “Must Love Dogs”
371. 19-22 “Brief Encounter”
372. 19-23 “Rock Hard”

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Primetime TV Review: “Mr. Mayor”

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“Mr. Mayor” on NBC Review by Suzanne 1/9/21

This show is created by Tina Fey and her writing/producing partner Robert Carlock (who also did “30 Rock,” “Good News” and “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”) and stars Ted Danson (“The Good Stuff,” “Cheers”). However, it’s not as funny as it could be. I watched the first two episodes. The second episode was funnier (where the Mayor gets stoned), so you do need to stick with it to enjoy it. It’s no “30 Rock” or “The Good Place,” though.

Danson stars as the new mayor of Los Angeles, Neil Bremer. He’s a former retired local businessman, widowed, that got into the race after the previous mayor flamed out in that last horrible year, 2020. Holly Hunter plays a sarcastic city councilwoman, Arpi Meskimen. She reminds me a bit of Tig Notaro’s character in “Star Trek: Discovery.” Mikaela Shaw plays Vella, the mayor’s chief of staff. Others in the mayor’s staff include Mike (Tommy Tomás) and a really annoying dumb guy, Jayden (Bobby Moynihan).

The joke of the show is that the mayor knows nothing about politics, and they’re all worried about what dumb things he’ll do, but really, he’s a bit more savvy than they give him credit for because he’s good with people. He’s softened a bit by his teen daughter, Orly (Kyla Kenedy).

Unless the show gets a lot funnier, I doubt it’ll be a hit. Hunter and Danson are both way too good to be in this sitcom.

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“Mr. Mayor” follows a retired businessman (Ted Danson) who runs for mayor of Los Angeles to prove he’s “still got it.” Once he wins, he has to figure out what he stands for, gain the respect of his biggest critic (Holly Hunter) and connect with his teenage daughter, all while trying to get anything right for America’s second weirdest city.
The series stars Ted Danson, Holly Hunter, Vella Lovell, Mike Cabellon, Kyla Kenedy and Bobby Moynihan.
“Mr. Mayor” is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, Little Stranger, Bevel Gears and 3 Arts Entertainment. Robert Carlock, Tina Fey, Jeff Richmond and David Miner will executive produce. Eric Gurian will serve as a co-executive producer.

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Interview with Miguel Chavez

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Interview with Miguel Chavez of “A.P. Bio” on Peacock by Suzanne 10/6/20

This was a fun interview. Miguel interviewed me first before I interviewed him! He seems very nice and we had a great time.

Suzanne:   So, take us back to the beginning to when you auditioned for your role of Eduardo on AP Bio. How did that go?

Miguel:   Yes. So, the audition process was very typical to how an actor goes out for a role. My agent, my manager, emailed me the the audition notification. I got the sides for – if you really I don’t know what sides are, sides are the material that you’re given to prepare for the audition. And I went into Wendy O’Brien casting. Wendy O’Brien is the casting director; she’s a very, very lovely woman. And when I auditioned for the show, my first thought looking, researching the show was, “Oh, I can see myself in the role of this show.”So, for better or for worse, I could see myself being with a bunch of dorks. And what ended up happening, was I auditioned, and I felt like I did good. I felt like I understood the humor that they were going for, and I let it go. You know, you’ve auditioned so many times, you just have to let it go. So, that’s what I did. Like a day later, two days later, I get the message from my reps that I am strongly pinned for the roll, which means that I’m like the number one pick. On the Thursday of the week of my audition – I auditioned on a Tuesday – Thursday of that week, I find out that I got the part. And I was excited, nervous. It’s just a really bizarre feeling when you get a job finally. And then Friday, I go to my first table read with the whole cast and crew as member of the show.

Suzanne:   That’s cool. And you came in during the second season, right?

Miguel:   Yes, I did. I came in during the second season of AP Bio. I was a little nervous, because the cast knew each other, but you know what? They were really kind.

Suzanne:   So, did it kind of feel like going to a new school?

Miguel:   Yeah, actually. That’s a great question. It really felt like going to a new school. You want to be liked; you want to be respected. You want to keep your job, but fortunately, I’ve had enough life happen to me where I could keep things in perspective. And what mattered to me most was serving the story, serving my crew, and just being professional on set.

Suzanne:   Great. So, they made you feel welcome.

Miguel:   They did, and Barbara Stoll, our producer, works very hard to create a very safe environment on set.

Suzanne:   Oh, good, good. And I see that you’re from Rancho Cucamonga. I used to live in Riverside for a while.

Miguel:   You did? No you didn’t.

Suzanne:   No I did for about eight years. We went to a Quakes game in Rancho Cucamonga once.

Miguel:   That’s amazing.

Suzanne:   Is that where you grew up?

Miguel:   Yes, that is where I grew up. As a matter of fact, I’m staying in Rancho right now during this quarantine.

Suzanne:   Okay, that’s cool. Did you go to Quakes games when you’re growing up?

Miguel:   You know what, maybe I went to one, but my family was never much of a baseball family. So, we didn’t go to a Quakes – I should go though. I would like to before I leave Rancho,  just to experience more of my local hometown stuff.

Suzanne:   Right. Well, when when we were in Riverside, they had – I can’t remember the name. Oh, first we had the Red Wave, and then it was the Riverside Pilots. So, we would sometimes go to their other games, like Lake Arrowhead and all that. It was right down the street from us. So, it was something to do.

Suzanne:   So, you’re living in Rancho Cucamonga right now because of the pandemic, or do you have another place?

Miguel:   That is correct. Yeah. You know what, being in LA was was the plan, but this pandemic happened. So, I just moved back in with my folks during this pandemic.

Suzanne:   Yeah, might as well. Right?

Miguel:   Might as well. A lot of people are doing it. I mean, you know, pandemics happen.

Suzanne:   So, how is Eduardo different from you?

Miguel:   Eduardo, I like to think, well, Eduardo dresses way differently from me. He dresses like he’s a grandpa, you know, with corduroy pants, like a button down dress shirt and a sweater vest. So, that’s how he dresses.His sense of style isn’t really there. So, I like to think mine is slightly better than his. We’re both really similar. He’s just like an extreme version of me, like he’s super awkward. I’m not super awkward, but I can be awkward. He’s super nervous around girls. I can get nervous, but not as much as Eduardo. But we’re both very kind people, and we both have our friend’s back.

Suzanne:   Cool. And have you heard yet whether there’s gonna be a season four?

Miguel:   You know what, I am just a mere actor on the show. I have not heard yet. I’ve heard the reviews for season three are really great, and our show does show numbers in regards to streaming views. However, I haven’t heard anything.

Suzanne:   Okay. I read quite a few reviews, and they were pretty much all positive. The ones that I read.

Miguel:   Yeah, there were really positive reviews.

Suzanne:   If someone hasn’t watched all of season three yet, which episode would you tell them to watch that features Eduardo the most?

Miguel:   That’s a great question. The episode that I would recommend people watch the most is an episode where my character and my best friend – because all my episodes, pretty much the thing about me in the show, it’s more of me and my best friend doing things, and my duo, best friend is Victor (Jacob Houston) in the show, and getting into shenanigans is our issue. So, I would recommend what people watch, is “Get Hoppy.” That’s a really fun episode from season three.

Suzanne:   Okay. I just watched the first two before your call, and I was grimacing when you had the throwing star stuck in your leg. I was like,”Ooh.”

Miguel:   Oh, that’s funny. So many things happen on set you forget about them, but yeah, pretty much our props guy, David Hect, he runs props on my show, and he’s a wonderful man. He just strapped a belt to my leg, and he attached a shooting star to it, or whatever it’s called. And that’s how they did it.

Suzanne:   I was very glad when she pulled it out that it didn’t have blood gushing out. But that would be a very different show.

Miguel:   That’s that’s like off brand, like HBO, and we’re not actually that way.

Suzanne:   That’s right. And do you have any other projects that you were working on either before or after the pandemic started?

Miguel:   I’m just writing. Right now I have my writing partner. Michael Goldenberg and I are just writing a workplace comedy about tour guides at a studio. I used to be a tour guide at Paramount Pictures, so we know that world pretty well.

Suzanne:   Paramount, I haven’t been to that one. I grew up when Universal was the big one that everybody went to. Before it had all the rides and everything, it was just a studio tour. Then I think I went to Warner Brothers, because we were near there or somebody wanted to go. I’ll have to check Paramount out. Do they still have a tour?

Miguel:   Yeah, I think you’d really like it. It’s a really lovely tour, and the tour guides are a bunch of sweethearts, and you get a really good experience. It really gives you the classical field of Hollywood, Hollywood what it used to be.

Suzanne:   Well, they say, ‘Write what you know,” so sounds like you’re doing that.

Miguel:   Yeah, so I know a lot about that life.

Suzanne:   What do you think that you want to get involved in, in the future? As far as acting, directing, writing, what else?

Miguel:   You know, there’s so many things I want to do, and this is a very crazy industry I’m in. What I try to tell myself, is just to let my career blossom in front of me and just be pleasantly surprised by the roles I get. And now I just try to do that. I mean, I would love to play I don’t know, the detective in this or that, but I mean, there’s just so much that’s out of my control that I just have to have a sense of surrender when I go out for roles. Fortunately, I get to play roles that are different from me and that surprise me. I didn’t think I’d get cast as Eduardo, but in retrospect, I should know my work, and he’s been a lot of fun to play.

Suzanne:   Good. And so what have you been doing to keep busy during the pandemic?

Miguel:   You know, a lot of exercise. Yeah, I built the gym in my garage and just a lot of exercise. I’ve never had so much structure, so just exercising every day and reading a lot of books.

Suzanne:   What are you reading right now?

Miguel:   Right now I’m reading The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. I’m rereading that book.

Suzanne:   Oh, rereading. Yeah, I [read] that a long time ago. I should reread that one of these days.

Miguel:   Yeah. What about you? Do you like to read?

Suzanne:   I do, but I haven’t had much time to read. I have a Kindle, and it’s got about a thousand books on it I haven’t read. I read a lot in the past, but yeah, I need to get back to it. Yeah, I read I read some magazines, mostly.

Miguel:   Which ones?

Suzanne:   Well, my site covers a lot of daytime as well as primetime, so I read Soap Opera Digest, Entertainment Weekly, Vanity Fair, and Good Housekeeping, which I got for like, ten bucks for a year.  They keep sending it to me, and I’m like, “Okay, it’s only ten bucks, whatever.” That’s how they get you.

Miguel:   Good Housekeeping, yeah I should read that one.

Suzanne:   Yeah, it’s mostly what they would call a women’s magazine. It’s like recipes and makeup and you know, stuff like that.

Miguel:   Yeah, that’s funny. Who knows, maybe I’ll get something out of it.

Suzanne:   You never know. Well go to the dentist or something. You’ll probably find a copy there.

Miguel:   That’s hilarious. Now that you mention it, I do recall seeing those there at those places.

Suzanne:   So, what talents do you have besides acting and writing?

Miguel:   You know what, before I started working as an actor, I was a stunt man. I went to stunt school for a year, just to do something with my life and learn new skills. So, I was doing stunt training, so I know how to fall and how to get my butt kicked in class, just that type of work. However, now, depending on the stunt, I’d probably have a stunt man do some of my stunts, that way I don’t get hurt on set.

Suzanne:   Right. They take a lot of risks.

Miguel:   Oh, yeah, your life is dangerous, like one time I was on set. I was a stunt man on this non-union film, and I fell on cement like fifteen times at least, ten to fifteen times. My body felt really fatigued the next day.

Suzanne:   Well, it’s good that you work out so much. So, even if you did do it, you might not hurt yourself so much.

Miguel:   Yeah. I mean, you spend a lot of your time in classes learning how to fall. It’s crazy; it’s absolutely crazy.

Suzanne:   Yeah. And is there anything else that you’d like to tell your fans about you or the show?

Miguel:   You know, it’s a show that is funny. It’s not really that dark, and it’s easy to watch with your friends and family. So if you want to find something to watch that will make you laugh and smile during these crazy times, watch AP Bio season three.

Suzanne:   All right, great. Thank you so much for the call. I really appreciate it.

Miguel:   Likewise, thank you so much for having me.

Suzanne:   All right. Talk to you later.

Miguel:   Bye.

Suzanne:   Bye.

Here is the audio version of it.

Interview Transcribed by Jamie of http://www.scifivision.com

MORE INFO:

Making waves as one to watch in Peacock’s comedy series “A.P. Bio,” (now streaming it’s third season on NBCUniversal’s streaming service) we would love to arrange an interview with you and breakout star Miguel Chavez to discuss his hit comedy series. Miguel is also available to discuss working alongside Glenn Howerton (FX’s “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”), and Jean Villepique (Netflix’s “BoJack Horseman”), his other current projects, as well as his career overall.
A.P. Bio centers around a Harvard philosophy professor, Jack Carson Griffin (Glenn Howerton) who loses out on his dream job to his rival Miles Leonard (Tom Bennett), he is forced to return to  Ohio and work as an advanced placement (A.P.) biology teacher at Whitlock High School. Jack makes it clear to his class that he will not be teaching any biology but later realizes that he has a room full of honor-roll students. Jack decides to use them for his own benefit and to get revenge on Miles. Eager to prove that he is still king of the castle, Principal Durbin (Patton Oswalt) struggles to keep Griffin under control. Miguel plays the role of ‘Eduardo,’ a shy, introverted student who’s best friends with the nerdy, Victor Kozlowski. Eduardo’s main focus is to obtain what every high school boy puts his main energy into, finding a girlfriend.
Miguel was born and raised in Southern California to a Mexican father and a half-Korean, half-Mexican mother. Miguel first discovered his love of the arts and acting at the young age 13 and began participating in community theater, as well as school paly productions and playing the saxophone in band. Continuing to grow and develop his love for the entertainment industry, he majored in filmmaking and graduated with a BA from Woodbury University in Burbank, CA. After graduation, Miguel enrolled in a stunt school, Stunts in Motion, where he trained under fight choreographer, certified stunt coordinator/performer, Jack Huang.
On his free time, Miguel is dedicated to his fitness regimen, working out 6 days a week, weightlifting and practicing Yoga. An avid reader, he enjoys books such the high fantasy novel Lord of the Rings and Thirsty: Thirst, a self-help book. He hopes to be a role model for the Latinx and Asian community and to continue the on-going conversation of how important representation, diversity and inclusivity is in Hollywood.

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