Steve fancies himself and the guys as stars of an independent "coming of age" movie as they join Snot on a cross-country trip to his dad's funeral.


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Episode cast overview:
Francine Smith (voice)
Steve Smith (voice)
Hayley Smith / Infomercial Lady (voice)
Klaus (voice)
Snot Lonstein (voice)
Dream Girl (voice)
Hideki Yoshida (voice)
Judah Miller ...
Daisuke Suzuki ...
Toshi Yoshida (voice)
Angela Pupello ...
Barry Robinson (voice)


Determined to get Snot to confront his emotions after his father passes away, Steve and friends embark on an epic cross-country road trip to the funeral. But Steve's commitment to his friend wavers when he falls for a Pixie Dream Girl along the way. Meanwhile, Stan and Roger invent an automatic cake-cutter for the Home Shopping Network, but their partnership is tested when they only make a "verbal agreement" to split the profits. Written by Anonymous

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Animation | Comedy





Release Date:

1 December 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Near the end of the episode Snot selects Cheetos from the vending machine. The number he picks is B7, which is who he ended up being in Boys 12 in the B12 episode See more »


When the boys are in the cornfield, at first they are all taller than the yellowed-old stalks, yet the next scene shows them shorter than the ripe green stalks. See more »


Steve Smith: [Sees Snot has made it to the funeral] Just drive.
Trucker: A railroad gypsy took my vas deferens but you, boy, are just bumming me out.
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References Garden State (2004) See more »


Written by Matthew Logan Vasquez, Kelly Winrich, Jon Jameson, Will McLaren, and Brandon Young
Performed by Delta Spirit
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Wow. Perfect.
12 November 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was about to give up on American Dad. 9 seasons of mostly so-so entertainment. I watched it more to keep my mind distracted than to enjoy quality TV. While I do think there's the odd really good episode, this one took me by surprise. I hadn't watched the show on Netflix for about a week and a half, which is a while for me, but I figured I'd watch one more since I had nothing better to do. I thought the title sounded interesting and once the story actually started moving I was quite invested, the episode somehow managed to perfectly balance a real, almost heart breaking story and make a farce of the entire indie genre at the same time. There were actual deep moments, metaphors that really made you think and at the same time cheesy lessons that made you critical of indie films too. Really a brilliant piece of work, if I could buy this one episode and add it to my Blu-Ray collection I would. I hope other people get a chance to watch this too and that maybe I've convinced a few more people to make it to this point, because I honestly think, it's worth it.

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