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Stan Smith is a CIA agent painfully dedicated to homeland security. His home life includes doting wife Francine, a ditzy housewife, liberal daughter Hayley and socially awkward teenaged son Steve. Also living in the family's Langley Falls, Va., home are Klaus, a goldfish with the brain of an East German Olympic ski jumper, and Roger, an escaped alien from Area 51, who Stan houses in defiance of his employer due to owing Roger a "life debt." Sounds just like the typical American family, right? Maybe not.

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Stan reluctantly invites Roger into his ham club; Francine decides to scare Greg.
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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.
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Stan buys the rights to a Broadway show after inheriting money from a dead uncle.
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Francine helps Hayley take a break from their marriages; Stan and Jeff pretend to be frontiersmen.
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Jeff is forced to take Francine out for a not-so-wild night on the town; Klaus forces Steve to watch his celebrity impressions.
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Steve goes undercover as a school hall monitor; Roger and Stan go catatonic after witnessing a grisly escalator accident.
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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.
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Stan has Roger pretend to be a shark to help Steve overcome his fears; Hayley's friend, Danuta, becomes romantically interested in Klaus.
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Francine becomes obsessed with home security after a break-in rattles her; Steve tries on Hayley's laid-back approach to school work.
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Roger breaks up Steve's friendship with Snot, Barry and Toshi; Jeff realizes he has a flair for house flipping and gets Stan, Francine and Hayley involved.
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Jeff wins a tour through a mysterious weed factory and brings Stan along.
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Stan becomes 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.
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Steve introduces Stan and Francine to Barry's parents and Steve regrets it; Roger goes blind.
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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.
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Worried about their bickering, Stan and Francine go to extremes to save their marriage; Roger excels at jingle writing.
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Hayley feels left behind after Jeff becomes a star dog racing coach; Steve takes advantage of an empty house.
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Steve tries to get into baseball to connect with Stan; Roger creates real-life drama for Francine after her favorite soap opera is canceled.
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Steve babysits Roger's ex-tumour, Rogu, to prove to Francine that he's ready for the responsibility Stan and Francine get into trouble in their respective clubs.
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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.
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Klaus leaves the family after one too many harassments; 15 years later, they reconnect for his funeral.
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Roger helps Stan enter Francine's dreams after he becomes insecure about their contents.

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