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While Langely Falls, according to the show, is located in Virgina, United States, there is no such city in Virginia or any other state in the United States for that matter, with the name of Langley Falls.

It most likely named after, and may be a Gothamesque stand-in for, Langley, VA in which the CIA main headquarters are located.

Roger's space ship landed in Roswell, New Mexico, U.S. in mid-1947, and he has lived on Earth ever since. At one point he was being held captive by the CIA in a government facility at Area 51, and he tried to escape. Stan, a CIA agent, found him, then knocked himself unconscious, and Roger ended up saving Stan's life when government officials threw grenades into the room. Stan was so grateful when he woke up that he agreed to give Roger refuge, by letting him move in with his family.

He has rarely mentioned his home planet, except to say that he worked as a greeter at a Wal-Mart-style department store, and has also shown an affinity for cold, indicating that his planet may be colder than Earth (or at least has a cold region) - in "Of Ice and Men" he said he learned to ice-skate on his planet, and that snow reminds him of his homeworld.

Flag etiquette dictates that the flag should be taken down at night. In American Dad!: Hot Water (#7.1) the flag is not flying at daytime, another indicator that Stan was neglecting his duties.

Security Officer Pea, a Venezuelan-American who worked at the office buildings where Family Guy and American Dad! are produced.

His sayings are:

"Bye, have a great time!"

"Bye, have a wonderful time!"

"Bye, have a beautiful time!"

"Bye bye, see you real soon!"

"Bye, have a beautiful day!"

"Have a great night!"

A fridge magnet which indicates the current Homeland Security Advisory System level, which ranges from green (lowest) through blue, orange, yellow to red (highest); an indication of Stan's obsession with terrorism and national security.

Like "Family Guy" selected extended episodes of "American Dad" were released on DVD. Detailed comparisons between both versions with pictures can be found here.

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