American Dad Season 7 DVD Review

Saturday, April 28, 2012

It's time once again to let it all hang out with an all-new volume of animated outrageousness! From the disturbed comic minds of Mike Barker, Matt Weitzman, and Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, comes the always insane adventures of CIA operative Stan Smith and his wonderfully twisted family. In the 100th episode, Hayley elopes with Jeff! Other episodes include Stan on jury duty, Steve walking in on his amorous parents, Roger dating Steve's best friend, and yet another AD Christmas classic. Plus, there are serial killers, Turkish amphetamines, and evil clones - so, you know, the usual! 

Every once in a while, I will be sitting in front of the computer late at night and hear my hubby laughing hysterically from the living room. This is my indication that he is watching TV, and it’s probably adult swim on cartoon network. Adult swim hosts a variety of humorous and adult-themed programs that allow many people to discharge a day’s worth of turmoil in violent bouts of laughter. One of the shows he really likes is “American Dad”.

Did you know it is co-created by the creator of “The Family Guy”? It’s true, and it becomes obvious shortly after you begin watching it. The jokes are over the top one minute and subtle the next. Some episodes are raunchy, some are crude, and some almost bare a sort of twisted message. They are all, however, delightfully sardonic and insanely unbelievable. The short and funny jokes will appeal very quickly, and the wild antics and crazy plots will make you stay.

Did you know it had an alien? Ah yes, little roger, an extraterrestrial misfit that tries very hard to be adorable, charming, poetic, classy, and wise. He also is unsure about his sexuality and identity. To best sum up Roger would be to call him a mess. He very rarely helps with the various challenges and crisis’s that the family faces, in fact, he often makes their problems worse. Sometimes he is the outright villain of the episode. I thought it appropriate to highlight Roger, as he is my favorite part of the show.

The Volume 7 DVD is a collection of 19 episodes that are full of side-splitting, alien enriched humor. There are 3 DVDs and plenty of extras to fill up on. It is labeled as bearing extras that are “Too rude for TV”. And you know that TV sensors and removes a lot of content/

If you are very easily offended, or get mad at crude humor that you might label as inappropriate, then this might not be for you. It definitely isn’t for the kids. If you like to laugh, and don’t mind the occasional fart joke, this will probably be right up your alley.

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Where to purchase: You are able to purchase the American Dad!: Volume Seven from Amazon for $29.99.

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