Roger helps Stan fulfill his dream of owning a family fun restaurant, but Roger later takes over the project and fires Stan, causing him to create his own rival restaurant.

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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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Snot Lonstein (voice)
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Roberto Gomez ...
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Betty Smith (voice)
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Ashley (voice)
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Qui Lo (voice) (as Don Tai)
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Stan is ecstatic when Roger offers to help him live out his lifelong dream of opening a restaurant to rival his favorite childhood haunt - until their different visions for what the eatery should be cause havoc. Meanwhile, Steve meets Ashley, the new girl in school who invites him over while her parents are out of town. Written by Fox Publicity

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14 November 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Roger is dressed as the guy with the blonde hair and suit , he resembles the celebrity chef ' Gordon Ramsay ' See more »

Goofs

Stan mentions that he was 8 years old when his dad left, but in a past show Francine mentioned he was 4. See more »

Quotes

Roger the Alien: You're a bum, Qui-Lo! You think you can treat people like this because you've got everything going for you? Well, obviously you can because I'm fine with you and I'll be rooting for you in the bike race this Friday!
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C'mon guys, It's funny, just laugh
20 September 2012 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

Sometimes I have to watch an AD episode a few times before I make my opinion on it. After seeing this episode many times now, I laugh harder than I did when I first saw it. The Stan/Priest at camp flashback makes me laugh all the time.

There might be some 'weird' episodes, but never a 'laugh-less' one.

I prefer American Dad over Family Guy, which used to be my favorite show but I feel FG took a turn for the worst after the 7th season and is trying way too hard to be shock-funny. It's damn near embarrassing.

American Dad, as of now, is still my fav. adult cartoon. So far so great!


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