Release: Dec 06, 2017 - Author: Muck47 - Translator: Tony Montana - external link: IMDB - more from this series
Compared are the TV Version and the DVD Version (US DVD Set "Season 15")
- 3 differences, incl. 1x alternate footage & 1x censored audio
- Length difference: 22.7 sec
Even though Seth MacFarlane is currently pretty busy with his incredible Star Trek hommage The Orville, his first baby still airs on a regular basis. And once again, the time has come: The latest US DVD Set of Famil Guy contains the entire season 15. Compared to the original FOX TV Versions, the DVDs contain either extended or simply uncensored episodes - this time, it reads "16 are totally uncensored, but the other 4 are still ridiculously funny" on the back cover. Time to take a closer look.
Episode 18 ("The Peter Principal") contains two additional scenes - not censored for TV though. Naturally, the first one with Herbert is a little sleazy. Also noteworthy is a scene with censored audio: In the TV Version, an alternate, more harmless description for the female sex organ is being used.
Herbert is actually the first one to respond to the question regarding the new manager.
Herbert: "I'll do it!"
Chairman: "I should note you will be subject to a background check."
Herbert stutters: "Background check?"
He runs outside.
George Takei uses a more direct term for the female sex organ in the DVD Version.
TV Version: "Hopefully choking on some lovely lady parts."
DVD Version: "Hopefully choking on some vagina."
After Peter admits to not having gotten the term "yours truly" right, he adds in the DVD Version: "Now, clean out your locker!"
Boy: "Yes, sir."
Peter turns to several further students: "And you, clean out his locker! And you, take the stuff from that locker and put it in your locker! Now, everybody switch lockers. You two share a locker."
Being satisfied, Peter ascertains: "Yeah, this is a better school now 'cause we all switched lockers."
As a consequence thereof, the animation differs for continuity reasons when Meg and the others show up.
DVD Version 12.7 sec longer