It aired on Fox in the United States on May 13, The episode plot mainly revolves around Stan trying to stop his fourteen-year-old son, Steve from playing with toys. This episode generally received positive reviews. Kevin McFarland from The A. Club rated this episode a B-. Stan gets tired of Steve 's playing and insists that it is time he becomes an adult. Stan hatches a plot to get rid of Steve's toys but Steve overhears and thwarts Stan's plan. When Klaus suggests that Steve will lose interest in toys after he loses his virginity , Stan decides to take Steve to Mexico to have sex with a prostitute. On the way, Stan becomes annoyed when he discovers Steve has brought one of his toys.
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Watch the video. Title: Toy Whorey 13 May Stan takes Steve to Mexico for sex so that he will forget about playing with toys, but they get kidnapped instead.
2. Cops and Roger (Season 5, Episode 14)
While the Seth MacFarlane vehicle might have been quickly written off in its earlier years, the series has gone on to establish a strong, surreal voice in television and offers some of the strongest stories and characters on the medium. American Dad has comfortably fallen into the tradition of their Christmas episodes having some unusual, epic quality. Just like The Simpsons champion their Halloween installments, American Dad has decided to make their annual Christmas episodes appointment television. Ad — content continues below. On top of that, the installment also gets to have too much fun with Roger running amok in Bad Lieutenant mode, rising the ranks from trainee, to cop, to crooked cop before you have time to snort a line of coke. This is just a good example of how to have fun with Roger letting loose, while also incorporating a strong stable of absurd visual gags that keep the episode perpetually unpredictable.