After one of the wives of Stan's CIA coworkers tells Francine that her husband is missing, Francine tries to persuade Stan to be more open with her. He responds by telling her that he killed the husband.

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Francine Smith (voice)
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Steve Smith (voice)
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Hayley Smith (voice)
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Klaus (voice)
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Old Lady (voice)
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After one of the wives of Stan's CIA coworkers tells Francine that her husband is missing, Francine tries to persuade Stan to be more open with her. He responds by telling her that he killed the husband.

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17 February 2008 (USA)  »

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Stan reveals to Francine that his favorite movie is "The 'Burbs." Actress Wendy Schaal who voices Francine was in this movie. See more »

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At the park Stan makes a point that no one drinks frozen lemonade, because you eat ice. Yet when Julie returns with the drinks there's a straw sticking out of the cups. See more »

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Stan Smith: My favorite color is blue. My lucky number is three. My favorite movie is The Burbs, and I'm terrified of fountains. They're unnatural. To force a rainbow angers God.
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The One Where Stan Won't Share His Emotions, Which Turns Out To Be A Good Thing...
1 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

Newspaper Headline: Optimistic Nerd's Glasses Half On. This episode makes me laugh so hard. But it actually have a meaningful side to it. When Francine's friend, Julie, is scared that her CIA husband might have died on a mission, she starts freaking out and Francine wants answers. Francine wants more than anything to have Stan open up to her about anything and everything, but he keeps everything a secret, even the little things. This turns out to be a good thing for Francine, because in reality, Julie's husband has been killed, because he shared all of the personal and secret information about the CIA and his missions, to her. But when Stan eventually does open up to Francine, this causes the CIA to take action. This episode is an all time great one for me. I really think it shows, how if you have secret information that's not meant to be shared, don't share it. Overall, I give it a 9 out of 10.


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