The most outrageous and irreverent show on TV is back for its tenth season! Family Guy: Season 10 comes to DVD box set on 9th May 2011 from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment and includes the hour long, real time 150th episode, as well as more 'too rude for TV' scenes than ever before!
In the unforgettable 150th episode, diabolically evil baby Stewie Griffin and sarcastic hound Brian take centre stage when they find themselves trapped in a bank vault. With nowhere to turn, they're forced to get to know each other on a whole new level and finally reveal their true feelings for one another, with some interesting home truths that no one saw coming!
In the latest installment of the hit animated series, the residents of Quahog even find themselves mixed up in murder in And Then There Were Fewer Part 1 and 2, when a soirée at James Woods Mansion turns into a real 'whodunit'. With the finger of blame changing direction with each death, it's every man and woman for themselves as Peter and Lois desperately try to solve the murder. Meanwhile, in Dial Meg for Murder, Meg becomes a hardcore criminal after she spends time banged-up for harbouring her fugitive boyfriend!
Emmy© Award-winning executive producer, Seth MacFarlane, doesn't fail to keep the foul and fantastic gags coming one after the other - the Family Guy Season 10 box set is loaded with hilarious special features and includes episodes extended with 'too rude for TV' scenes - including the controversial abortion episode; Partial Terms of Endearment - and two brand new episodes that are yet to air in the UK.
- April in Quahog
- Big Man on Hippocampus
- Brian and Stewie
- Brian Griffin's House of Payne
- Business Guy
- Dial Meg for Murder
- Extra Large Medium
- Go, Stewie, Go
- Partial Terms of Endearment
- Quagmire's Dad
- The Splendid Source
- Excellence in Broadcasting
- And Then There Were Fewer Pt 1
- And Then There Were Fewer Pt 2
- Welcome Back, Carter
- None or TBC
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.