Roger runs away after he and Stan have an argument. Once the CIA finds out, they organize a search team in order to find him and bring him in for questioning. So now Stan must either kill Roger or choose friendship over his career.

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Francine Smith (voice)
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Steve Smith (voice)
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Hayley Smith / Gertie (voice)
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Klaus (voice)
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Roger runs away after he and Stan have an argument. Once the CIA finds out, they organize a search team in order to find him and bring him in for questioning. So now Stan must either kill Roger or choose friendship over his career.

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5 June 2005 (USA)  »

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WILHELM SCREAM: Immediately following the explosion of the grenade Stan's new coworker throws. See more »

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Roger is seen wearing eyeglass frames, yet he has no ears or nose to support them. See more »

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Steve Smith: Don't you have any feelings?
Stanley Smith: Son, feelings are what women have. They come from their ovaries.
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References Gattaca (1997) See more »

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The Tipping Point
7 January 2017 | by (Johannesburg, South Africa) – See all my reviews

American Dad was a very good concept right from the beginning of this first season, but it took a few episodes for the show to really find its feet. By Roger Codger, the team have taken off.

While Haley's antics in the previous episode are hysterical, it is only when Roger is able to take on a character outside of the Smith household that this show really becomes excellent. The jokes become sharper and the stints become richer.

Stan is forced to let Roger out of the house when stress forces him into a coma, and the alien goes on a surprisingly wild adventure with a bunch of old women. The results must be seen, for words cannot do justice to the sophisticated hysterics and hysteria of this episode.

Overall, Seth McFarlan outdoes himself on the fifth episode of American Dad's first season. Roger Codger raises the bar and sets the standard for what will come later in American Dad.


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