Stan and Steve try to turn an African refugee camp into a fun summer camp, but get attacked by a group of rebels. Back at home, Roger and Francine pose as a college professor and his wife.

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Stan and Steve try to turn an African refugee camp into a fun summer camp, but get attacked by a group of rebels. Back at home, Roger and Francine pose as a college professor and his wife.

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During the last competition of the CampOlympics people chant "Steve boma ye!". This is a reference to the boxing match (called The Rumble In The Jungle) between George Foreman and Muhammad Alì in Kinshasa, Zaire (now Democratic Republic of the Congo) on October 30th 1974, when audience started to chant "Alì boma ye!" (Alì, kill him!) See more »

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Roger the Alien: In the words of sit-coms in the early '90s and the midwest through out the '90s 'don't go there'.
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References My Bodyguard (1980) See more »

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Baby Got Back
Written by Sir Mix A Lot (as Anthony Ray)
Performed by Sir Mix A Lot (as Sir Mix-a-Lot)
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Funniest thing I've ever seen.....period!
6 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a very funny surprise! American Dad may be the sleeper TV show of the decade.

I happened to view this particular episode by chance, and I've played it and other episodes of American Dad again online a dozen times. This particular episode especially is probably the funniest, most cleverly-written performance I've ever seen! Roger the Alien is now my favorite TV character!

Fox has a history of airing brilliant animated comedies, and American Dad certainly seems well-suited to continue the legacy that The Simpson's created.

Bravo!


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