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    American Dad

    All the tiny Tuttles is what makes American Dad American Dad. Yeah, gotta love Roger switching to a girl the moment he revealed that he & Steve ran away to an all-girls school. I'll admit, I loved how this episode started to cram in as many 80s sitcom tropes as possible, especially when they reveal that this ep was a backdoor pilot for a spinoff (filmed in Vancouver!). Because, yeah, the only way Steve is a success is if HE was the main character and not Stan. Steve and Roger trying to kill their own plot armor and refusing storylines was pretty genius. Of course Stan has zero patience for Not!Punky Brewster...until she was great at basketball. Steve and Roger roomed with the only two lesbians in the whole school and they didn't notice it at all. Steve's certainly come a long way, I'll say that.
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    S09.E17: What About Blob?

    Neighbor: Pelvis Has Left The Building Hip Replacement Surgery Exterminator: Squish Me Baby One More Time Burger(s) of The Day: The Chevre Little Things She Does Is Magic Burger, The Gorgon-Baby-Gone Burger, The Straight and Marrow Burger (comes with marrow), The All Hot and Collard Burger, The Someone Raclette The Bed Burger I liked how Gene and the kids didn't keep the blob a secret from parents, like they did with the toilet. I did like how Gene managed to save the day...and then seeing the blob fill out its role in the circle of life and getting eaten. It was a pretty sweet story. Nice to see Trev get some development. Sure, being Jimmy Pesto's sidekick seems to be his defining trait, and I like that he doesn't know what to do when Jimmy's gone. Everyone making fun of Bob was funny, if mean. That whole thing with the double peehole will not be leaving my brain for a while. Rhys Darby's character came back! Yes! "Oh, you mean my leg knobs!" And all people, Sasha got some development, too.
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    S30.E17: E My Sports

    Oh no, Bart turned into a neckbeard. It makes sense that Bart et all would compete in a League of Legends spoof. At least it was better than when they covered Warcraft. I appreciated that Sophie of all characters was brought in, but Natasha Lyonne voiced her instead (I guess Drew Barrymore was too busy?) I did like how the pro gamer quit gaming the moment he lost a single game, and that he just turned 19 (and how that's pretty old for a streamer). Lisa had to ruin everything by teaching Homer zen, didn't she? Although the riot was pretty fun. "3 Zen Minimum" was a great sign, but seems like Homer got a pass for being mistaken for Buddha (again).
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    American Dad

    Which was such a great callback. Can't cry on cue, can't act, someone else steals his spotlight.
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    American Dad

    Much like the Simpsons and Bart, it's really hard to believe that Steve (and Roger) once starred in a commercial as a little kid and it never came up until now. Hell, didn't Roger join the Smiths when Steve was much older? Nevermind. "We could've been on the cover of Double Stuffed Magazine, the only magazine dedicated to twins, double penetration, and Oreos!" It's weird to see Spencer's Gifts get Dadded in 2019, but they're still around, but it's lame now. And Roger going to, of all places, Six Flags New Orleans for a sting. The gratuitous death was fun.
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    S30.E16: I Want You (She's So Heavy)

    It's Bart's bracket, it's the most perfect outcome for that matchup. (And probably the reason why he got the punishment this week). ANYONE could beat Skinner, and having it be Ralph is the extra twist of the knife.
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    S30.E16: I Want You (She's So Heavy)

    Fun Fact: Per Bill Oakley's twitter feed, Wallace Shawn was originally considered for the Space Coyote, but he was busy and then they asked Johnny Cash.
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    S09.E16: Roamin' Bob-iday

    If they could get away with Cleavage To Beaver, they could get away with that. But I was surprised to hear it, too.
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    Season 17 Discussion

    Him and the other Smiths are in the big crowd shot.
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    Season 17 Discussion

    I had completely forgotten that Luke Perry was on the show. It was one of the first times we saw Adam West, too.
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    Season 17 Discussion

    "We're about to name the prom king and queen!" "Natalie Holloway!" Oh my god. Yeah, Quagmire was bound to have a kid in her teens by now. It's canon that he's got kids all over the world. And they just had to have a joke where Brian tried to follow his kid on Instagram (and of course Quagmire denied it). I find it weird whenever Quagmire tries to be not himself. Toning himself down is never funny for me. I liked Peter rattling off EVERY character in the FGverse (including The Orville. The ship) that Meg could take before him, and ALL of them showing up outside. I thought Angela and Adam West showing up as force ghosts was sweet (and Neil Goldman's mom getting pushed aside).
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    S09.E16: Roamin' Bob-iday

    Neighbor: Clothes Before Hoes Gardening Attire Exterminator: One Squish Two Squish Red Squish Dead Squish Burger(s) of The Day: I Hate To See You Brie-ve But I Love To Watch You Go Burger (I think? That's what I was able to make out), Murder Kimchi Wrote Burger I loved burnout Bob. "HI, LESLIE!" had to be the biggest laugh tonight, followed by Teddy drinking the ketchup coffee. Repeatedly. And after that, the bread perv. He seemed like such a season 1 character and I need to see him again. The Fishoeders really were the best people to help Bob relax. They just do not give a shit, and are rich. That's all they do, and it's perfect. We should really be worried that Bob is a workaholic (he sang a whole song about it), but I really liked seeing him help out Patricia. He's just too pure when it comes to food. We really do need to see Patricia again, we need closure on her and Steve. So we got another biker baby, and Gene is somehow a father now. (Probably called dibs)
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    S30.E16: I Want You (She's So Heavy)

    Intro: Mr. Plow! Billboard: Learn to make friends at Springfield Hypnosis Chalkboard: A March Madness bracket of characters with Krusty as the winner. Couch Gag: $1,000,000 Pyramid! Man, Chalmers making Skinner tests drugs was just...wow. "I both see and am God!" was funny, but that's all they went with it, sadly. "And if the kids misbehave: Papa John's!" I quite liked the Wedding Expo, but I felt like it was rushed. Like, the guy on Homer's nametag was supposed to give a keynote speech, and he just pulls one out of his ass? And he's kind of caught, but nothing came of it? So...what hasn't this show done, yet? Kite surfing? Okay! It didn't go anywhere interesting, but okay! But I did like Wallace Shawn as Tiny Invisible Wallace Shawn telling Homer what to do. Usually when Homer listens to his gut, it's literally his gut, but this time it has a face. Of course Maggie can see the hernia, it's like the Great Gazoo. Nigel being a spy was a fun turn, but again, it came out of nowhere at the very end, as did the Mission: Impossible bit.
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