Description of American Dad! episodes that were first released on Fox September 23, 2007 – May 18, 2008; ganre – animation, sitcom.
American Dad! overview of episodes (season 3)
1 (43) episode American Dad! description
“The Vacation Goo”
When Francine discovers that all of their family vacations have been artificial memories created by the CIA so that Stan could ditch the family, she demands a real vacation. Meanwhile, Roger makes a desperate effort to cry on cue.
2 (44) episode American Dad! description
During an attempt to gain respect and be a “somebody”, Stan finds himself becoming a meter maid after assaulting one, and stealing parking meter money to live the good life. Meanwhile, Hayley poses nude for a life drawing class to prove that women should not be ashamed of their nudity — until she discovered that Roger is in the life drawing class Hayley is posing for and Steve is using Roger’s painting as a masturbatory aid. The episode contains numerous plot references to the film Goodfellas and has a guest appearance by Forest Whitaker.
3 (45) episode American Dad! description
“Dope & Faith”
When Stan realizes he has no friends, he prays to God for one — only to find that his new pal is atheist. Meanwhile, Roger convinces Steve that he has been accepted at Hogwarts — and gets him involved with methamphetamine dealers.
4 (46) episode American Dad! description
“Big Trouble in Little Langley”
When Francine’s foster parents become a nuisance, Stan sets out to find Francine’s biological parents, whom he loves more… until he finds out they abandoned their daughter and leave him trapped in his burning house. Stan gains an appreciation for the Lings after Francine’s foster father rescues him. Meanwhile, Steve lives like a daredevil so he can score with the class hottie.
5 (47) episode American Dad! description
When Hayley wakes up from a nightmare involving herself being brainwashed at school as a child, she decides to move to France and live a sexually liberated lifestyle — until Stan shouts Hayley’s trigger phrase and brainwashes her into being the obedient daughter he always wanted, until she goes on a rampage and intends on killing Stan.
6 (48) episode American Dad! description
At a poker game with Ray and Larry (guest voices Victor Raider-Wexler and Don Lake), Stan reveals that he is a virgin — when it comes to killing someone, which makes Steve hate him, Francine lose sexual interest in him, and Hayley love him. Meanwhile, a pedophile who was recently fired from the water park befriends Steve, Snot, Toshi, and Barry.
7 (49) episode American Dad! description
Francine decides to be a surrogate, against Stan’s wishes, for her gay neighbors Terry and Greg, but Stan kidnaps the baby in order to give it a better life, away from gay people. Meanwhile, after Klaus swears horrible revenge on Steve and Roger after throwing him down a water park slide, the two become reclusive and hide in the attic.
8 (50) episode American Dad! description
“The Most Adequate Christmas Ever”
Stan dies during his quest to find the perfect Christmas tree and arrives in Limbo where he learns his family’s lives are threatened, so he goes to desperate measures to return to Earth and receive a second chance at life.
9 (51) episode American Dad! description
Francine tries to show Roger that Stan still loves him by faking his kidnapping. But when Roger acts up (and Stan reveals that he knew about the plan all along because they have caller ID), she forces him to act nice, but it is literally killing him. Meanwhile, Steve practices becoming a backup dancer while Hayley and Klaus play “Truth or Dare.”
10 (52) episode American Dad! description
In this James Bond parody, Stan plays a 007-type secret agent sent to stop the diabolical Tearjerker (played by Roger) from fulfilling his master plan to create a movie so sad that it causes anyone who watches it to cry themselves to death.
11 (53) episode American Dad! description
Feeling threatened by Stan’s mother, to whom Stan is once again giving support with her failing relationships, Francine seeks to loosen the umbilical cord and find out what goes wrong with her boyfriends. Meanwhile, Steve accidentally catches the ich from Klaus.
12 (54) episode American Dad! description
Francine pushes Stan to open up to her emotionally but, after a few psychiatrist sessions with Roger, he is more touchy-feely than she can handle when he tells her he killed her friend’s husband. Meanwhile, Steve vows vengeance when Hayley kills the queen bee from his science project.
13 (55) episode American Dad! description
“Red October Sky”
Stan is assigned to track down a former KGB agent, eventually discovering that the man is his new next-door neighbor and is trying to turn Steve into a Communist. Meanwhile, Roger and Klaus head to Europe for a little R & R.
14 (56) episode American Dad! description
When the CIA initiates an Alien Task Force, a peculiar twist of fate puts Roger in charge of the task force in disguise, who marks Stan as an alien to protect his own identity. Meanwhile, Francine freaks out when she finds Steve with a black girl as his study-buddy, but reveals that she did not freak out because Steve’s study-buddy is black, but because she is left-handed.
15 (57) episode American Dad! description
“Stanny Slickers II: The Legend of Ollie’s Gold”
After officially dying and coming back to life, Stan decides to leave a legacy on the world and begins to search for legendary buried treasure. As the search for gold goes “North”, life at home heads south as Hayley becomes addicted to body-piercing, Steve turns the vacuum into a robotic girlfriend, and Roger hatches a scam to get sexually harassed at work so he can win an out-of-court settlement.
16 (58) episode American Dad! description
Stan has a spring break-induced mid-life crisis. With Francine away visiting her parents, Roger (as “Scotch Bingington”) invites Spring Breakers to party at the Smith household. But Stan nearly has a “Spring Breakdown” when he falls prey to a sexy booze-cruiser and Steve tries to lose his virginity to actress Carmen Selectra.
American Dad! overview of episodes (season 5)