Family Guy: Season 7 (1998)
Monday 10th November 2008
Family Guy returns to DVD and is ruder and cruder than ever before with even more of the irreverent and subversive humour that has made it such a cult hit both here and in the States. Family Guy Season 7 is released on DVD on 10th November 2008 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment - 'Sweet!'
The animated series, created by Emmy Award-winning executive producer Seth MacFarlane, features more adventures of the not-quite-so-average middle-class New England family, the Griffins. Peter and Lois have three kids: angst-ridden 16-year-old Meg, who only really wants to be noticed; 13-year-old Chris, a sweet-natured slacker; and one-year-old Stewie, a diabolically clever baby who's already bent on world domination.
Last but not least, there's Brian, the family's talking dog, who likes his Martinis as dry as his dog food. The hilarity continues in Season 7 when in the 100th episode the unthinkable happens - after years of diabolical plotting, Stewie delivers on his most prized threat and kills Lois! But wait; there are even more warped plot twists in these 12 outrageously funny episodes of Family Guy.
Chris and Meg steal President Bush's underwear, Peter travels through time, Lois is elected Mayor, Brian moves out and Stewie finally achieves total world domination! But is it real, or a figment of animation? Find out with this hysterical box-set that includes some never-seen-before extra's including; deleted scenes, animatic episodes, Family Guy 100th episode special, Family Guy Live, Peter Shin draws Lois, the making of the 100th episode, favourite scenes and the 'I'm Huge (and the babes go wild)' music video.
- Audio Commentary
- Deleted Scenes
- Animatic Episodes
- Family Guy 100th Episode Special
- Family Guy Live
- Peter Shin draws Lois
- The Making of the 100th Episode
- Favourite Scenes
- 'I'm Huge (and the babes go wild) music video
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.