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American Dad, Season 9HDTV-14

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This screwball family full of radically different personalities is just trying to figure out how to love and trust one another in a bi-partisan world.

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"American Dad" is one of the few current animated sitcoms I can honestly say I've enjoyed from the very beginning. Sure, it's had its ups and downs at times, but the writers sure do know how to wring tons of laughs out of its hilariously irreverent characters. Last season surprisingly featured some of the absolute best episodes in this show's entire run, and I couldn't be more satisfied. The animation has improved very significantly in quality, the stories have gotten more daringly absurd, and at this point, the humor is completely unpredictable, ranging from observational comedy to surrealist hilarity. Unfortunately, this'll be the final season of "AD" on Fox (after that, it'll be moving to its new home of TBS for another season). But for now, it's here to stay, and I absolutely can't wait to see what amusing misadventures Stan, Roger, and the rest of the Smith family get into this time around. If it's anything like the previous season, I know we'll be in for one great ride!


Why the hell is there an advertisement included in the digital download of this episode???????


American Dad! is a brilliant show. You probably know that if you're here. But these Fox shows are putting ads at the beginning and end of the episode. It's been plaguing Bob's Burgers, too. If we pay for content, we shouldn't have to pay again by watching ads. I may sound whiney, but it's these little things that matter in how we pay for our media. It's just kind of lame.