The random escapades of Stan Smith, an extreme right wing CIA agent dealing with family life and keeping America safe, all in the most absurd way possible.
Seth MacFarlane / Wendy Schaal / Dee Bradley Baker / Scott Grimes / Rachael MacFarlane / Mike Barker
Jeff's people pleasing nature gets in the way of his relationship with Hayley; Stan wears a confusing costume to the CIA costume party.
Stan is forced to co-lead a scouts troop with Hayley while Steve blunders in his fantasy world.
Barry blows out his dad's speakers and Snot helps him replace them. Stan attempts to do a standing backflip.
Roger and Steve try to save a dying mall.
Steve goes on a class trip to Philadelphia, where he hopes to fall in love.
Roger is forced to confront himself after a series of accidents; Klaus and Jeff bond.
Francine's newfound friendship with a frog brings excitement to the whole Smith household; unfortunately, it drives their neighbor, Greg, crazy.
The Smiths return from a difficult, quarrelsome vacation, but they can't get a break from each other.
Wheels and the Legman try to hunt down the perpetrators who destroyed Steve's secret swimming hole. Meanwhile, Klaus helps an aging Principal Lewis reclaim his confidence.
Stan and Francine inject some much-needed fire into their relationship.
Francine is jealous of the new and improved Klaus and vows to take him down.<br />
To save a beloved restaurant from closing, Stan must bring the 1950s back to Langley.
Stan insists everyone help him recreate the rustic family ski trips of his childhood while Klaus falls in love with a tech support operator.
Steve and Snot's friendship is put to the test when their mothers get in a fight.
Stan takes Steve to his favourite barbershop to hang with his crew; Jeff starts journaling to help with his bad memory.
When Stan doesn't feel confident in anything but his suits, Roger assumes a fashion designer persona to craft him a life-changing new wardrobe. Hayley and Jeff raise chickens in the back yard.
Francine becomes a realtor in Langley's world of high-end real estate, while the rest of the family sells coffee from the front yard.
When Principal Lewis threatens to cancel science club, Steve takes matters into his own hands in a monstrous way.
Stan gets in over his head trying to impress Toshi's dad; Klaus and Jeff head to the country for a weekend getaway.
When Stan realizes he can't cry, he asks Steve to teach him empathy.
Stan and the family go out to dinner at a buffet restaurant! Meanwhile, Roger becomes a flower.
Hayley and Jeff help one of Roger's personas run a solar company.
A new friendship causes Hayley to start worrying she might be slowly turning into Francine. Steve and his friends try out for Roger's improv troupe.
After Stan sells off the coveted family plot, the family opens their own cemetery in the backyard with the help of basketball Hall-of-Famer Scottie Pippen.
Stan finally decides to do something about his secret baldness and enlists the help of Josay Bosay, Roger's famed hair-stylist-to-the-stars persona.
Stan and Francine go back in time to settle an argument.
Stan is forced to partner with Jeff in a lumberjack competition. Meanwhile, Steve, Francine and Snot enter a contest to win a vintage pickup truck.
Hayley searches for guidance and instead finds a community of 'cool butts.'
Stan's childhood imaginary friend returns to collect a debt. Klaus has a big date and needs a fishbowl upgrade.
Roger reveals a secret passion to Klaus; Stan and Francine seek revenge on Bazooka Sharks management.
Stan tries a new, cutting edge parenting approach DNA splicing.
After a series of boring personas, Roger goes to great lengths to prove to Francine he still has "his edge".
Steve spins out about his future, but a radio show about new age mysticism gives him a hopeful new understanding of life. Roger struggles to get into the adult film industry.
When the family goes to a dude ranch, Klaus and Rogu have to work together to survive in the wilderness.
Steve and Jeff try to bond as brothers while the rest of the family visits an escape room.
Stan moves to Chicago to become a comic while Steve and Hayley host Roger for a nice night in.
Stan becomes infatuated with a doll that the CIA wants to use to spy on the Russians.
Jeff undergoes an intelligence enhancement procedure.
The Smiths take a trip on an old steam locomotive to visit Francine's aunt only to discover it's being hijacked.
Stan goes to great lengths to find the "right" couple's activity for him and Francine; Hayley and Steve look into some mysterious markings they find on the door frame.
Francine explores ASMR with Roger. Steve gets a a pole in his head and a secret admirer.
Hayley takes off her headband and becomes a businesswoman; Stan plans a party.
Steve pushes Stan to trace the Smith family's ancestry, while Hayley and Francine go under cover as Sub Hub secret shoppers.
When one of Roger's characters falls in love with Dick it affects the whole family.<br />
Klaus enlists Stan, Roger and Jeff to join him on a wild bachelor party weekend.
Stan struggles to cope with the untimely death of his father. Meanwhile, a simple canoeing trip does catastrophic damage to Hayley and Jeff's relationship.
Steve's efforts to befriend a Swedish exchange student backfire in a big way; The family calls in an animal behaviorist to deal with Klaus.
Steve and the boys take part in a prison experiment to earn some cash. Meanwhile, Stan deals with the death of his CIA groundskeeper friend.
Stan drags the family to a labyrinth for family game night; Roger gets some geese.
After Stan is injured, Francine nurses him back to health and he becomes dependent on her; the family discovers Tuttle is a Korean reality show star.
Jeff, Francine and Roger decide to team up and start their own bus tour business, with murderous results!<br />
Hayley takes extreme measures to help Klaus from being deported while the rest of the family tries to open a coconut.<br />
When Stan sees a middle-school classmate, he feels compelled to right an old wrong; Francine tries to scare Greg.
Stan and Steve enter an e-sports game tournament to save the world. The rest of the family get stuck in a banister.
Steve discovers his mom has never stopped giving him her breastmilk.
Stan abducts The Weeknd to teach Roger a valuable lesson. Meanwhile, Hayley attempts to sleep with the celebrity singer.
Roger enlists Jeff as his protégé in order to open his dream chivalric strip club. Klaus moves into Steve's room.
Hayley drives Steve to a testing center in "no good" downtown but they end up stranded in a worse suburban neighborhood. Stan, Francine, and Roger mistakenly go downtown to rescue them.
Steve babysits Roger's ex-tumor, Rogu, to prove to Francine that he's ready for the responsibility. Stan and Francine get into trouble in their respective clubs.
Roger helps Francine with her terrible cooking by bringing her to a remote Patagonian island. Stan gets a nail in his head and can't speak.
Klaus leaves the family after one too many harassments. 15 years later, they reconnect for his funeral.
Roger helps Stan enter Francine's dreams after he becomes insecure about their contents.
Roger tries to force Hayley into graduating from community college so he can move into her room. Klaus repairs Francine's car.
Thanks to Roger, Snot discovers his dead father was a demolition derby driver. Hayley takes Steve on a road trip, so he can learn to drive.
Stan, reluctantly invites Roger into his ham club. Francine decides to scare Greg.
Steve's life is turned upside down when Snot gets rich after his mom starts selling a new dipping sauce. Klaus, Stan, Roger and Jeff become mall fashion show models.
Stan buys the rights to a Broadway show after inheriting money from a dead uncle.
Francine helps Hayley take a break from their marriages. Stan and Jeff pretend to be frontiersmen.
Steve goes undercover as a school hall monitor; Roger and Stan go catatonic after witnessing a grisly escalator accident.
Hayley and Jeff move into a van and start living life on the open road; Francine and Steve are haunted by a rideshare driver that they rated poorly.
Stan has Roger pretend to be a shark to help Steve overcome his fears. Hayley's friend Danuta becomes romantically interested in Klaus.
Roger breaks up Steve's friendship with Snot, Barry & Toshi. Jeff realizes he has a flair for house flipping and gets Stan, Francine and Hayley involved.
Jeff wins a tour through a mysterious weed factory and brings Stan along.
Stan gets obsessed with a 1960s television show after picking up a secondhand TV. Roger decides to live as a baby and the family cares for him.
Steve introduces Stan and Francine to Barry's parents and Steve regrets it. Roger goes blind.
Francine tries to be a better friend to one of Roger's personas who is selling her homemade jeans on TV. Stan and Steve swap eyebrows.
Steve tries to use baseball to connect with his father.
Francine becomes obsessed with home security after a break-in rattles her. Steve tries on Hayley's laidback approach to school work.
Steve goes to boarding school, only to discover it's an all-girls school. Stan is annoyed by a parade of characters that come to take Steve's place at home.
Steve and Roger restart their career as a twin brother acting duo. The family becomes addicted to a novelty gift shop.
Steve gets competitive during the father-son events at Possum Lake. Roger learns how to ride a bike.
In the show's 250th episode, Stan has to take over Roger's different personas after a tumor takes him out of commission. Principal Lewis pressures Steve and the school choir to do whatever it takes to win.
Jeff starts hanging out with Stan's favorite celebrity chef while in search of an identity. Klaus and Roger start their own valet operation.
Tired of never finishing what she starts, Francine takes bodybuilding to an unhealthy extreme.
Francine falls in with a group of tough girls after becoming the new school guidance counselor. Jeff panics when he loses his hat.
Roger becomes worried about outliving the family; Klaus opens a convenience store in the attic.
Steve is acting out his sexual energy, so Francine asks Stan to give Steve the talk; Stan is terrified because he's afraid he will do it wrong; the family builds a giant water slide in the backyard.
Stan is frustrated with traffic so he goes to the mayor and proposes that the town build a bullet train, but the mayor laughs off the idea; Roger pushes Stan into running for mayor; Stan wins the election but finds himself overwhelmed.
Bullock asks Stan to fill in for him at his class at the CIA Academy and Stan finds that the cadets are the perfect captive audience for his boring stories; Klaus becomes the hype-man for a famous rapper.
Francine hosts a dinner party even though a serial killer who attacks dinner parties is terrorizing the town; when the lights go out and guests start to disappear, Roger takes charge of solving the mystery of who is stalking the party.
Stan deals with childhood issues of abandonment. Klaus starts a website to embarrass the Smith family about their fails.
Hayley gets a job as a delivery driver and begins delivering lunch to Stan's office; when she sees the terrible work conditions, she organizes a strike; the family watches <i>Breaking Bad</i> in reverse and discovers the show is hiding a scavenger hunt.
Stan discovers that the Langley Falls historical mural has been ruined by graffiti and neglect and convinces the town to allow him to restore the mural himself; Roger becomes Steve's instructor at a prestigious clowning university.
Steve and Roger are bird-watching when they see a strange man steal the bird eggs. Steve and Roger follow the man and learn that he is part of a secret organization that collects rare and endangered bird eggs.
Stan and Hayley compete in collecting data for the U.S. Census; Klaus has Steve and his friends model for his new camera.
Francine is happy watching vapid morning talk shows and ignoring real world news. When she decides to surprise Stan at work she accidentally discovers that Stan has been running her favorite show in an attempt to shelter her from the real world. Francine
When the Smiths are too busy preparing for Christmas to pay attention to Roger, Roger turns his attention to Steve's friend Snot. Snot teaches Roger about Hanukkah, prompting Roger to convert to Judaism. Roger then decides that he can make Hanukkah more p
Stan becomes a wanted man, running from Roger the bounty hunter, and ends up in a town in need of a good guy to help Principal Lewis, Francine, Steve and Hayley.
Roger becomes a marionette and injures other students to help Steve win the school talent show. Meanwhile, Stan, Hayley and Klaus start their own local honey business.
Stan and Steve open up their own father-son garbage business after Stan inherits his father's old truck. Meanwhile, Roger finds Hayley is a natural at bumper pool and brings her to play with the best player in town.
Roger and Klaus start having a secret affair after they accidentally end up on an online date together. Meanwhile, Steve tries to catch Hayley's pink eye to get out of doing a fitness test at school.
While having trouble communicating, Stan and Hayley team up to stop a terrorist plot to blow up the Bazooka Sharks arena. Meanwhile, Roger pretends to be an escort.
Francine reconnects with her birth family when she starts craving the experience of having a big family. Meanwhile, Stan becomes a Picker based on his obsession with <i>American Pickers</i>.
The family competes on the reality show, "The Bitchin' Race", but after Stan and Hayley ditch the less-motivated Steve and Francine to team up, they end up in a Tunisian labor prison.
Stan becomes addicted to dying after Roger tricks him into thinking he had a heart attack; Klaus takes Steve to Arizona State University for a college visit, where a fraternity hazes him.
Roger runs off in disguise as a Julia Roberts character to a small town after Stan hurts his feelings. Steve plans a meeting when he finds out that Jeff and Barry have never met.
Steve is upset when Snot threatens their summer camp fun by becoming a counselor-in-training. Hayley and Jeff are suspicious of Roger when he organizes a Burning Man reenactment in the yard for their anniversary.
Frustrated with traffic, Stan proposes the town builds a bullet train; Roger pushes Stan to run for Mayor.
Stan finds the CIA Academy cadets the perfect captive audience for his boring stories; Klaus becomes the hype-man for a famous rapper.
Francine hosts a dinner party, even though a serial killer who attacks dinner parties is terrorising the town.
Stan begins to experience crippling separation anxiety; Klaus builds a website and forces the family to participate.
Hayley organises a strike in the C.I.A; The family watch Breaking Bad in reverse, and discover the show is hiding a scavenger hunt.
Stan discovers that the Langley Falls historical mural has been ruined by graffiti, and convinces the town to allow him to restore it himself.
Steve tries to stop Roger after he joins a mysterious order of birds' egg thieves; Francine buys a new Italian sauce.
Stan and Hayley compete in collecting data for the US Census; Klaus has Steve and his friends model for his new camera.
Roger converts to Judaism and tries to make Hanukkah more popular than Christmas.
Steve uses Roger as a marionette for his school talent show. Prompted by Francine's hay fever, Stan, Haley, and Klaus start a local honey business.
Steve becomes the most hated person in town after he convinces the star quarterback player of the Bazooka Sharks to quit. Meanwhile Haley is force to become a cab driver to pay Rogers gambling debt.
Steve and his friends takes up witchcraft to gain popularity at school. Meanwhile Stan and Klaus becomes interested into old 90's music
Stan gets upset at the idea of becoming a grandfather after Haley and Jeff are trying to have a baby, Steve and Klaus join a drug gang.
Stan and Steve enter a father son bowling tournament, while Roger and Hailey try to prove who has the better attention span.
Stan tries to crack down on whoever did not bring a present to the C.I.A Christmas party. And Steve poses as a boyfriend for several female classmates.
Stan tries to get Hayley to learn something about history. Meanwhile, Steve becomes an author for the school newspaper.
Stan discovers a salt mine in the backyard, but Steve turns out to be the rightful owner of the land, and faces pressure from the family to sell out.
Stan loses his faith in religion after Steve questions everything in the Bible. He takes the family to Korea to investigate the rumors of a reinvented Noah'?s Ark.
Steve's live-action role-playing fun with his friends is spoiled when Francine decides to play along. Stan and Roger decide to create a theme park in their home after Stan brings home a pet shark.
Francine comes to reality with her future fate as a widow considering Stan's dangerous job. Steve and the boys pretend to be professional wrestlers, until principal Lewis ruins their fun.
Roger loses his identity after becoming fascinated by a local dentist'?s wife. Meanwhile, Klaus throws a party when Stan and the kids are unable to move from being sore after working out.
Steve and Snot alter their futures and throw a party for the uncool kids, meanwhile roger is disgruntled when a waitress doesn't compliment his order.
Stan journeys through a post apocalyptic world in search for his family.
Francine helps Greg out with the news and becomes a news anchor. In the meantime Roger, Haley and Steve set out to find a boy pictured in a 1990's board game.
Roger becomes a teacher for inner city kids while Stan and Francine figure out their retirement plans.
Haley tries to get revenge on Stan for a childhood drawing he destroyed while Roger goes all out to get a jacket with reward points.
An embarrassing moment on the Kiss Cam causes Stan to realize that he and Francine have nothing in common. Roger revives a Nevada politician persona to take down a company polluting the water supply.
Home issues cause Stan to stress out, so he decides to take a job investigating a group of surfers to get away from everything.
After Stan embarrasses Steve at work, Steve decides to sell him out to his rivals at the NSA. Roger convinces Hayley to go on a 24-hour meat-eating binge.
Roger uses hypnosis to send Hayley back to six-year-old "Happy Haley," but Jeff and Klaus want the old Haley back. Steve and his friends get a slow cooker to cook some pork.
With the help of Klaus, Steve becomes the star of the high school water polo team. But when Steve takes all the credit for his greatness to impress a girl, Klaus vows revenge.
Stan opposes the building of a new arena football stadium because his "tree father" will be cut down. Klaus recommends a specialist for Steve to help him become taller.
Stan is traumatized by a random act of violence and seeks to establish a sense of control by creating a miniature version of Langley Falls.
After disowning Steve for being a geek, Stan must rely on his son's knowledge of science fiction and fantasy to catch a cyber-terrorist.
Stan becomes addicted to masturbation, and when he is caught by his son, he blames it and declares war on television.
Stan's boss begins dating Haley.
In an attempt to one up is neighbor, Stan runs for deacon of his church.
Stan panics after discovering that his new neighbors are Iranian-American; Steve finds himself at the mercy of the Scout Rangers.
Roger runs away after he and Stan have an argument. Once the CIA finds out, they organize a search team in order to find him and bring him in for questioning. So now Stan must either kill Roger or choose friendship over his career.
After forgetting his anniversary, Stan arranges to have the last 24 hours of Francine's memory erased, but a bungling technician erases two decades.
Hayley takes a job as a stripper after moving into her boyfriend's van and being financially cut off by Stan.
Stan steals Steve's lucrative idea to stage and videotape "bum fights," in which homeless men are forced to beat each other senseless.
In order to help him get a girlfriend, Stan rigs the school election to make Steve class president. Things go awry when the powers of his new position go to his head.