American Dad! (2005– )
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Blood Crieth Unto Heaven 

A stage production version of the showing dealing with Stan's repressed childhood memories of his father abandoning the family.

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Klaus (voice)
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Steve Smith (voice)
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Betty Smith (voice)
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Hayley Smith (voice)
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Jack Smith (voice)
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A stage production version of the showing dealing with Stan's repressed childhood memories of his father abandoning the family.

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Animation | Comedy

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27 January 2013 (USA)  »

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Strange Fruit
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Written by Lewis Allan
Performed by Billie Holiday
Record briefly plays at Stan's surprise birthday party
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Only drama, no comedy
30 January 2013 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

To sum this episode up, for me it's only drama and no comedy. I like it when sitcoms experiments with genres and ideas, (the series "Community" does it well all the time), but this time it didn't please me. The idea of putting a animated sitcom on stage, is innovative and good. Seth MacFarlane has done that before with great outcome. But unlike earlier attempts, he did not mix it up with comedy this time. I hope that in the future he doesn't try this anymore. I hope that he'll go back to he's roots. That he continues to make American dad the unpolitical correct show that it was. The show about a narcissistic, paranoid and close-to-evil dad. I don't watch American Dad to get my over-dramatic dose for the day, I watch it to get humored. The only funny thing about this episode is Patrick Stewart's introductions. I love it how he has used American Dad to show his comedic side.


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