Good news for fans of the Griffin family. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has decided to release the Family Guy Freakin' Party Pack
, an 18-disc DVD that features over 90 episodes of the highly rated animated series, Family Guy
, on Tuesday, October 30. Tagged as “the perfect collection for the ultimate Family Guy
fan,” the collection also comes with a ping pong set including paddles, a net and balls, and 100 themed poker chips with two sets of playing cards, all in a collectible carrying case.
Created by Seth MacFarlane, Family Guy
centers on the antics and the often misadventures the Griffin family, which is composed of Peter
, his wife Lois
, teenage daughter Meg
, teenage son Chris
, infant son Stewie
, and talking dog Brian
. The show, which premiered in 1999, has become a pop-culture phenomenon, presently reaping high ratings and reviews from various critics.
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With the release of the DVD collection, fans can now relive the outrageous and hilarious antics of the Griffins, including Peter's adventures at the Drunken Clam, Brian's foray into the adult film industry and Stewie's plots for world domination. Family Guy Freakin' Party Pack
will also contain the straight-to-DVD feature Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story
, which was first released in 2005 and is mostly about Stewie trying to find his real father.
Some of the bonus features of the Family Guy Freakin' Party Pack
include numerous audio commentaries from the show creator, the cast and crew, as well as notable celebrities who have guest starred on the show. Fans will also be pleased to know that there will be more than 50 deleted scenes and plenty of episodes with extended versions and uncensored audio tracks. There will also be clip on storyboards, a bunch of multi-angled scenes and an inside-the-recording-booth featurette.
Meanwhile, fans can catch a new episode of Family Guy
every Sunday at 9/8c on FOX.
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Fox Home Entertainment
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