American Dad!: Season 6, Episode 11

A Piñata Named Desire (13 Feb. 2011)

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With a flair for the dramatic, Roger invites Stan to attend one of his acting classes.

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With a flair for the dramatic, Roger invites Stan to attend one of his acting classes.

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The films Steve suggests watching at the sleepover are Critters and Critters 2, both of which starred Scott Grimes who voices Steve Smith. See more »

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References WarGames (1983) See more »