Family Guy: Season 8 (1998)
Friday 21st August 2009
Reaching hilarious new heights of obscenity, Family Guy returns to DVD with Season 8 released on 9th November 2009 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Including unedited episodes deemed too rude for the BBC3 TV airing earlier this year, Family Guy: Season 8 is the perfect way to while away the winter hours. A complete Family Guy Seasons 1 - 8 box-set will also be released on the same date, just in time for Christmas!
Season 8 features further adventures of the middle-class New England Griffin family - Peter, Lois and their three kids: angst-ridden 16-year-old Meg, 13-year-old Chris, a sweet-natured slacker; and one-year-old Stewie, a diabolically clever baby who's hell-bent on matricide and world domination... Last but not least, there's Brian, the family dog, who likes his Martinis as dry as his dog food.
Taking Family Guy's distinctive brand of completely offensive, laugh-out-loud humour to a whole new level, Family Guy Season 8 sees the Griffin family get into twisted trouble when Peter is injected with a 'gay gene' and is subsequently sent to 'Straight Camp', Lois lands a job at Fox News, Stewie builds a time machine, and Brian travels back to WW2 Poland and is caught up in the Nazi invasion. With 13 episodes of outrageous entertainment, this ballsy box-set is not for the faint hearted!
Created by Emmy Award-winning executive producer Seth MacFarlane, Family Guy: Season 8 features hours of crude and crazy special features content including 13 extended episodes, 29 deleted scenes, 3 animatic episodes and 4 featurettes.
Spend Christmas with a family guaranteed to be more entertaining than your own with Family Guy Season 8; freakin' sweet!
- 13 Extended episodes with optional audio commentaries for each
- 29 Deleted scenes
- 3 Animatic episodes with optional commentaries
- 4 Featurettes: Take me out to place tonight; Family Guy cribz; Comic-Con 2008; Family Guy Art Show
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.