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Back to the Woods: James Woods returns to seek revenge against Peter. James Woods finds Peter's wallet, which he lost at a Barry Manilow concert, and proceeds to steal Peter's identity, and his family. Peter decides to ruin James' career and image.Play it Again Brian: Peter and Lois' marriage hits a snag… Brian wins the New England Rising Writer's award, so the three of them head to Martha's Vineyard to celebrate. Peter's drinking habits take over and he spirals out of control, as does Brian's self restraint, as he soon professes his love for Lois. The Former Life of Brian: Brian searches for a former flame, Tracy and discovers that he is the father to her son, Dylan. Tracy decides that Brian should raise the boy, and she drops him off at the Griffin's house. When Dylan runs wild in the house, Brian's attitude towards parenting doesn't settle too well with Lois and Peter. Long John Peter: When Peter gets a pet parrot, he begins acting like a pirate. Peter accidentally kills the bird after raising hell through all of Quahog. Meanwhile, when Brian is visiting the vet, Chris falls in love with the intern, Anna. Baby Not On Board: When Peter wins free gas for a year, Brian suggests a road trip to the Grand Canyon. After careful planning and packing, they depart, only to leave Stewie behind. Hilarity ensues as they race back to Quahog. Home Alone, Family Guy-style! I Dream of Jesus: When Peter becomes completely obsessed with "Surfin' Bird", a 1963 hit song from the Trashmen, Brian and Stewie are determined to destroy every last copy of it. When Peter goes searching every record store in Quahog for it, he runs into Jesus, who decides to make his second coming. Love Blactually: Brian meets the girl of his dreams, Carolyn. However, Cleveland moves right in and sweeps Carolyn off her feet. Desperate to win her back, Brian must do anything he can, even if it means involving Cleveland's ex-wife, Loretta. Road to Germany: Mort Goldman accidentally steps into a time machine and winds up in 1939 Poland in the middle of the Nazi invasion. Brian and Stewie follow him to Nazi Germany in an attempt to save him and bring him back to the present safely. The Man With the Two Brains: Realizing that Brian may be getting old, Peter gets a newer, happier dog who the Griffins love, prompting Brian to leave. But things go awry when the "new Brian" crosses the line and humps Stewie's favorite toy. Tales of a Third Grade Nothing: Peter is forced to go back to the third grade to try and qualify for a promotion at work. Meanwhile, Brian opens a bar with Frank Sinatra Jr, where they employ Stewie to make it a hotspot. Ocean’s Three and a Half: Peter decides to induce his friend Joe Swanson's wife Bonnie into labour so that Joe will be able to spend more time with him. Features the famous Griffin vs Bale clip. Family Gay: Peter is injected with the gay gene as part of a scientific experiment to determine whether or not homosexuality is a learned trait or something that people are born with. He ends up in a gay relationship and winds up in a "straight camp". The Juice is Loose: Peter comes across a 1989 raffle ticket he had forgotten to cash in, winning him a chance to play golf with OJ Simpson. After trying to get a murder confession from him, Peter befriends OJ and takes him home to meet the family.
The adventures of the Griffin family continues with the story of bumbling, well-intentioned father Peter; his sweet but oblivious wife Lois; and their teenagers, dim-witted Chris and awkward Meg. The most recognisable characters, however, remain the family's masterminds: evil genius baby Stewie, determined to achieve complete world domination at the age of one, and Brian, an erudite martini-swilling dog, the family's lone voice of reason. Includes all the episodes from the eighth series.
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There is still confusion which episodes are on which DVD's, so I will clear up what is what on the Season 8 DVD:
1. Back to the Woods (9/10)
James Woods returns to Quahog to seek revenge against Peter by stealing his identity and becoming Peter Griffin. Though Peter is left with nothing, he counters against his treacherous former friend by ruining the actor's career and public image.
(Peter, Joe, Cleveland and Quagmire have just finished slating Barry Manilow.) Few moments of silence...Joe: "I love Barry Manilow."
2. Play it Again Brian (8.5/10)
Feeling their marriage has hit a snag, Peter and Lois take Brian's offer to go with him for a relaxing vacation at Martha's Vineyard. However, as Peter gets drunk, Brian loses his self-restraint and professes his love for Lois. Peter and Brian must now test their friendship over the woman of their dreams.
(Lois asks Peter if he is ready to go out. Peter then appears in fishing clothing and equipment.) Peter: "Ohhhh...Right."
3. The Former Life of Brian (9.5/10)
Brian discovers that he is the illegitimate father of an old flame's unruly son, Dylan, who is dropped off at the Griffins' house so Brian can raise him. He manages to turn Dylan's life in the right direction, though Brian himself becomes a bit stuck-up as a parent, much to Peter and Lois' concern.
(Dylan has just beaten up the Evil Monkey.) Chris: "Yay! I haven't been in my closet for years...Boy, there is a lot of feces in here."
4. Long John Peter (9/10)
Peter steals a parrot and becomes convinced that he's a pirate. He becomes the scourge of the neighborhood, terrorizing every corner of Quahog until he accidentally kills his beloved bird. Meanwhile, Chris falls in love with the lovely vet intern Anna and turns to Peter for advice.
Peter: "Shoo' ite' agaaiiin!"
Pirate: "What? I didn't understand that."
Peter: "I said shoot it again, but I said it Pirate like."
5. Love Blactually (8/10)
Brian takes Stewie's advice to take things slowly with his new girlfriend, Carolyn, but things backfire and she ends up with Cleveland. Enraged, Brian does whatever it takes to get her back, which involves Loretta and a certain Mr. Glenn Quagmire...
Cleveland: (Whilst having sex with Carolyn.) "Ahh, ahh, ahh and boom goes the dynamite."
6. I Dream of Jesus (8/10)
Peter gets a record for the 1963 hit 'Surfin Bird', which begins to drive everyone insane, causing Brian and Stewie to destroy it. Furious, Peter goes to a record shop for another one, only to discover that Jesus Christ works there, and the two of them become friends...for a while.
Peter: (Talking about the record.) "I took it too bed, had sex with it, it fell asleep in my arms and this morning it's gone."
7. Road to Germany (8.5/10)
When Mort Goldman accidentally steps into Stewie's time drive, he is taken back to Warsaw, 1939. Realising this, Brian and Stewie make a desperate attempt to rescue him, even if it means heading into Nazi Germany...
Stewie: (Asked if Mort is a priest.) "Oh, yeah, yeah. I can vouch for him. He's molested me many times.
8. Baby Not on Board (8.5/10)
Peter gets a supply of gasoline for the year, so the family decide to take a road trip to the Grand Canyon. They pack up and hit the road, but it takes them a while to realize that they had forgotten to bring Stewie with them...hilarity ensues as they race back home!
Quagmire: (Asked if there's anything that doesn't give him a boner.) "When people say garbage instead of rubbish. Nothing happens down there."
9. The Man with Two Brians (9/10)
When Brian gets injured during Peter's version of Jackass, it is realized that Brian may be getting too old, so Peter brings home another dog: 'New Brian', prompting Brian to leave. However, this doesn't go down well with Stewie...
New Brian: (Talking to Stewie about humping Rupert.) "He just laid there and took it."
10. Tales of a Third Grade Nothing (8/10)
Peter tries to get a promotion at work, but is told he must repeat the third grade in order to qualify. Meanwhile, Frank Sinatra, Jr. returns to Quahog to buy the local nightclub with Brian and make it the hottest new spot in town, but Stewie has a few ideas of his own...
Tom Tucker: "Our next spelling bee contestant is Omar mahajareefa.. something..septembereleventhy."
11. Ocean's Three and a Half (10/10) - My favourite episode on the DVD.
Bonnie finally gives birth to a baby girl, Susie, whom Stewie falls in love with and tries anything to win her heart. Meanwhile, Joe borrows $20,000 from a loan shark to pay for Bonnie's medical bills, and plans to steal the money from Mr. Pewterschmidt to pay off his debt.
Brian: "Oh really. Music video. Working on a little video there, little erm...little music video. Little compilation of visual images to go with the song. Little 4 minute movie which tells the story of...
Stewie: "Yeah, that only works when I do it." (I love the 'Novel' sketch!)
12. Family Gay (8/10)
Peter takes part in medical experiments to pay off his debt, including one that which gets him injected with the 'gay gene'. Peter ends up in a gay relationship and leaves Lois and the rest of the family heartbroken, though they realize the most important thing is that Peter is happy.
Peter: (Asked by Lois if gay.) "Guiltyyyyyyyy!"
13. The Juice is Loose (6/10) - My least favourite episode on DVD.
Peter cashes in a raffle ticket from 1989 and wins a golf outing with O. J. Simpson. When he befriends Simpson and brings him home to meet the family, the residents of Quahog aren't so welcoming of the infamous running back and try to force him out of town.
OJ Simpson: "Hi, are you Peter Griffin?"
Peter: "That's my name, don't put a knife in it."
Special features: Includes commentaries on every episode, deleted scenes, and featurettes including footage from Comic Con 2008.
Overall, I hope my review was helpful and feel free to leave any comments. This is perhaps not the best season ever, but c'mon...it's Family Guy!
A definate sale for me and would totally recommend to anyone, perfect stocking filler or great for any Family Guy Fan. Jonny Parish
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