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American Dad Vol. 5

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Columbia Classics

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American Dad

4.19 Daddy Queerest


  • TV Version
  • DVD Version
Release: Mar 23, 2012 - Author: Muck47 - Translator: Tony Montana - external link: IMDB - more from this series
Comparison between the TV Version and the extended DVD Version (both included in the US Box "Volume 5").

- 4 scenes with altered audio track
- no difference


From the series Family Guy, fans are already used to extensions and uncensored sequences on the DVD box sets since the release of the 4th season. With Seht MacFarlane's other baby - American Dad - they do a similar thing. However, not too many episodes per DVD box are different in comparison to their TV version; probably also because the series isn't as rude as the one starring the Griffins. As a result, there's not too much that needs to be censored.

Similar to Family Guy, the release policy for American Dad is equally confusing. Instead of an entire box set for one season, the releases are divided in volumes (unlike Family Guy the volumes are identical in each country). The first season for example consists of 23 episodes, while the "volume 1" set only includes the first 13 episodes; thus, the following volumes often include episodes of 2 different seasons.

Vol. 1 and 2 didn't include episodes that were different to TV versions except for one: the episode Tears of a Clooney (1x23) on Vol. 2 has a censored and an uncensored soundtrack. Since this censorship only involves beeping out curse words, we decided not to release a report for this episode.

Additionally, we took a closer look at Vol. 2's episode Finances with Wolves, since the official rating entry listed that the episode was about 2 minutes longer than an average episode. However, it is highly possible, that the entry is simply faulty, since the episode actually has an average runtime and does not at all differ from the TV version - neither on the German, nor on the US DVD.

Volume 5

"Volume 5" contains the episodes 7-20 of season 4. There are 9 altered episodes in total on this box, although 5 of them only have a uncensored audio track and are otherwise identical wiht the TV version. As already mentioned, comparisons were only created for episodes with more than just beeped out words.

Episodes with extended or uncensored footage:
- 4x08: Chimdale
- 4x09: Stan Time
- 4x15: Wife Insurance
- 4x17: Every Which Way But Lose
- 4x19: Daddy Queerest
- 4x20: Stan's Night Out

Episodes with additional audio without beeping
- 4x07: Phantom of the Telethon=> 17th minute: "Masturbate"
- 4x10: Family Affair=> 14th minute: "Asshole"
- 4x12: Roy Rogers McFreely=> 12th minute: "fuck / shit"

For these episodes you can choose to watch the "Original Televised Episode" by selecting it in the bonus menu. If you don't do that you will always see the uncensored DVD version; the UK box set only includes the DVD versions, the TV versions can't be chosen.

About this Episode

Daddy Queerest (4x19) is about homosexuality. For that reason, censored scenes are not very unlikely. Nevertheless, this episode is an exception like episode 4x09 because the alterations only concern the audio track. But still, there are even new comments in the TV Version.
Alternate / Audio Track

Stan's comment about Terry's dad becoming aware of him being gay is more rude in the DVD Version.

TV: "...before you tell him you're a banana crammer?"
DVD: "...before you tell him you're a turd burglar?"

Altered Audio Track

Terry's awkward sex description is uncensored in the DVD Version: "When I entered you non-anally, that was divine."

Altered Audio Track

Steve's wannabe-gangster talks contains six beeps (one for each word) in the TV Version: "What up, you ass-face bitches... you stupid-ass honky-fuckin' faggots?"

(The second "ass" obviously wasn't a big deal because it refers to "stupid" and only emphasizes the insult while the first one was being used in a sexual context - perfect example for logical censoring measures in the US).

Alternate / Altered Audio Track

One of drunken Steve's wise comments / his discription for female sexual characteristics is more harmless in the TV Version.

TV: "All you care about is 'ood and 'oonani."
DVD: "All you care about is 'ood and 'ussy.?"