Staff - Help - Contact Search:
buy this title

Buy the uncensored US box set of season 17.


The Pope’s Exorcist

The Covenant



Thelma & Louise

Family Guy

17.19 Girl, Internetted


  • TV Version
  • DVD Version
Release: Feb 08, 2020 - Author: Muck47 - Translator: Mike Lowrey - external link: IMDB - more from this series

Comparison between the bonus version without audio commentary and the original TV/DVD version, both included on the US DVD set "Season 17".

- 2 differences, including 1 audio censorship
- Runtime: 13 sec

Same procedure as every year: The next DVD set of Family Guy, available in the U.S. since December 2019, contains all episodes of season 17, some of which are also available in an extended or simply uncensored form compared to the original TV versions. A sticker on the plastic foil gives this away, but on the set itself there are no further hints.

Episode 17x19 ("Girl, Internetted") is extended right at the beginning during the visit of the convention for YouTube stars with a jab at the visitors there. As it is often the case, this is obviously only a tightening for time reasons on TV. Beyond that, there is one of the usual F-word-beeps.

* Episode 17x17 (Island Adventure) has no differences between TV and DVD versions.
* In episode 17x18 (Throw it away) there is a blur effect over the dinosaur's breasts in the 5th minute also on DVD. However, the beep on "What the fuck is this?" in the 12th minute has been reversed.
* The last episode 17x20 (Adam West High) has no differences between TV and DVD versions.


In the DVD version, the Griffins are talking a little earlier at the Streaming Con.
Lois: "Everyone, look around. This. We are slowly losing to this."
Chris: "Well, I don't know if we're..."
Lois: "Excuse me. Is your name Big Bang Theory? Cause if it's not, you're losing to this."
Peter: "Okay, on that happy note... Corey!"

In the TV version, the first frames afterwards are different, because here Stewie is still on Lois' arm and there are other people in the background.

DVD version 13 sec longer

TV versionDVD version

In the 6th minute, the DVD also has long beeps as Meg talks about her skills.

Audio censorship

Meg says without a beep, "Makes opiates look like fucking baby aspirin."

Picture for clarification