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Uncut & Uncensored US DVD "Season 12"

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12.21 Chap Stewie


  • Theatrical Version
  • DVD Version
Release: Mar 02, 2015 - Author: Muck47 - Translator: Mr Miau - external link: IMDB - more from this series
Compared are the TV Version and the DVD Version, the latter represented by the US DVD release of "Season 12 (Volume 13)"

1 difference
Length difference: 52.9 sec

The latest DVD release in the US, released on 12/09/2014, contains any episode of Season 12. The so far confusing name of the Family Guy DVDs has been worked on: at least, the cover this time actually says "Season 12". The discs however are still following the previous way of numbering, they are called "Volume 13". Contrary to the TV Versions, the episodes are either extended ot simply uncensored - business as usual.

Episode 21 ("Chap Stewie") is almost a minute longer on DVD, which is mostly because of an additional scene with Stewie's new British family.

Episode 20 ("He's Bla-ack!") does not feature any difference between the two versions.

An additional first scene in the interior.

Stewie's brothers are singing: "It's a long, long way to Tipperary, but my heart's right there."
His father: "Well done, boys."
Mother: "Stewart, perhaps you'd like to regale us with song."
Stewie: "Uh... Okay, I would've liked a heads-up so I could prepare something. But, um, I'm sure I can whip something up."
Er geht nach vorne und stammelt nur: "Wayne's World! Wayne's World! It's party time! It's excellent!"
The people are looking at him angrily, he just says: "What? What's wrong?"
Father: "Stewart, I think your time might be better spent in the attic with your syphilitic, one-eared cousin, Earl."
Cut to pimply Earl, Stewie talks to him: "Hey."
Earl: "What's that? I can't hear you."
Stewie: "I was just saying hello."
A pimple bursts into Stewie's face and Earl says: "There you are. Now you've got it. That's how we play. There we are."

52,9 sec