by nyky6 | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
Like it says in The Italian Bob (Simpsons), American Dad and Family Guy began as flagrant plagiarisms, but, they have both developed into two awesome shows!!! I love them both, but nothing, nothing at all beats The Simpsons!!
by ednasilem | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
The jokes in American Dad are less fart oriented and more political. American Dad has greater appeal to people who are more politically informed. Family Guy is stupid and crass.
by superdan | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
i dont find this show funny i much prefer family guy. not worth watching
by modmk | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
Well hi guys, I always liked American Dad just as much as I like Family Guy, but let's face it: 1. The new episode was kinda poor compared to the others 2. They used to have like many different plots in one episode, I only saw 2 this time 3. I loved more
by gallagherproductions | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
Although this episode kept me laughing all the way through i am still trying to decide if the "Helen Keller = Anne Frank" thing was a direct rip off of Clerks 2 or if it was a homage. Still i am not going to jump on the whole simpsons did it ban more
by kendra | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
American Dad..."from Family Guy creator Seth McFarlane treads on precisely zero millimeters of new ground. It shares with its predecessor the same rat-a-tat one-liners, the same knowing pop-culturiffic nods, even the same family structure, right down more
by jrehde30 | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
American Dad is not a show I really enjoy watching. I've alwasy been a huge family guy fan, and American Dad doesn't interest me at all.
by murat | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
Hailey, Claus, Steve, Roger and Francine. An environmentalist and a sexually confirmed young woman Hailey seems to be the black sheep of the smiths, but she is one of the critical voices that the producers use to shout the outrages affairs that go on in t more