Stan gets addicted to crack and mistakenly thinks it’s a cold medicine.
Stan develops a crack addiction.
It’s Thanksgiving in Langley Falls and as usual, Stan invites his half-brother Rusty over to show off his cornucopia of wealth and fortune. But Stan finds out that Rusty is far wealthier than he lets on.
A court sentence forces Stan to do community service as a maid, giving him the opportunity to give Francine the home of her dreams.
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Stan made a clone of Steve so he can have a competition with Francine to see who can raise him better.
Steven Anita “Steve” Smith (born May 13, 1991) is a fictional character in the animated television series American Dad!, voiced by Scott Grimes. He is the 14-year-old son of Stan and Francine Smith and Hayley’s younger brother, and the youngest of the show’s six main characters.
Rusty finds them and threatens to shoot Stan since they are still on his land. When Stan asks how much land he owns, Rusty often responds in a Native American response. Rusty is then startled by the returning helicopter pilot and instead shoots him, allowing the Smith family to escape.
Season 3 takes the top spot with consistently high ratings. Episodes include the popular and satirized ‘Tearjerker’, a James Bond spoof, and, unsurprisingly, ‘The Vacation Goo’, another classic American Dad!
Roger decides he can save Stan by finding his fanny pack in Area 51, which he dropped on their first escape. Roger works his way past the guards with an unconscious Stan, finds his fanny pack, and applies his ointment to Stan’s legs, causing them to grow back, but with tiny baby legs first.
Francine convinces Stan to let Roger play in his basketball league; Steve sings a parody of R. Kelly’s “Trapped in the Closet.”
Stan’s plot is a parody of the movie Goodfellas. At several points in the episode, Stan and Francine even narrate lines from the film verbatim.
A fridge magnet showing the current level of the Homeland Security Advisory System ranging from green (lowest) to blue, orange, yellow and red (highest); a reference to Stan’s obsession with terrorism and national security.