The maniacal baby of the Griffin family, Stewie, meets his future self. In doing this he discovers that his future image is not what he has anticipated because of a near death experience.


Pete Michels, Peter Shin


Seth MacFarlane (creator), Seth MacFarlane (developer) | 10 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Seth MacFarlane ... Stewie Griffin / Peter Griffin / Brian Griffin / Glenn Quagmire / Tom Tucker / Stuart 'Stu' Griffin / Bugs Bunny / Kool-Aid Guy / Additional Voices (voice)
Alex Borstein ... Lois Griffin / Tricia Takanawa / Vanessa / Condoleezza Rice / Additional Voices (voice)
Seth Green ... Chris Griffin / Additional Voices (voice)
Mila Kunis ... Meg Griffin / Additional Voices (voice)
Lori Alan ... Diane Simmons (voice)
Drew Barrymore ... Self (voice)
Noel Blanc Noel Blanc ... Elmer Fudd / Additional Voices (voice)
John G. Brennan ... Horace / Additional Voices (voice) (as Johnny Brennan)
Mike Henry ... Cleveland Brown / John Herbert (voice)
Gary Janetti ... Additional Voices (voice)
Don LaFontaine ... FOX Announcer (voice)
Phil LaMarr ... Ollie Williams / Additional Voices (voice)
Ron Livingston ... Clerk (voice)
Rachael MacFarlane ... Katie Couric / Baby-Expecting Woman / Britney Spears (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson ... Ray Charles / Additional Voices (voice)


The major sub-plot circles around the youngest Griffin, Stewie, who has a near-death experience at a pool when a lifeguard chair falls on him, but he survives. After having a vision of being in Hell, he decides to change his ways, but this doesn't last long. While watching television, he and Brian spot a man that looks like Stewie. Brian is convinced that he is Stewie's real father, until Stewie learns that the man is actually himself as an adult, taking a vacation from his own time period. Baby Stewie visits thirty years later to discover that his adult self, going by the name Stu, is a single blue-collar middle-aged virgin working at a Circuit City-type store. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois are trying to teach their two older kids, Meg and Chris, to date. In the future, Chris, who hasn't changed much, is working as a cop and is married to a foul-mouthed hustler named Vanessa. Meg is now called Ron, since she had a sex-change after college. Written by pepperann210

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88 Minutes of Pee-in-Your-Pants Fun! See more »


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Producer Danny Smith did the voice of Al Harrington, the "Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Men" salesman. Smith recorded his lines in a few takes without any editing involved. See more »


Tom Tucker's mustache is revealed to be fake when he is asked to turn it in along with other studio property. But in the retirement home scenes that ensue, he has it back and it has turned gray with the rest of his head hair, implying that it is real. See more »


Stewie Griffin: I'm going to go pump the chemical toilet. Apparently you're about to do the same.
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Alternate Versions

There are two DVD releases of Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story. The first is the individual DVD that, on its initial run, included an embossed slipsleeve. The second is a two-disc set, with Family Guy: Off the Cutting Room Floor (contains bonus features relating to episodes on the Family Guy Volume 3 DVD set), that comes from The Total World Domination Collection (in the Stewie head packaging). This release comes in a two-disc DVD case, utilizing the Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story packaging design with a burst added to the cover stating "PLUS! Bonus Content: Off The Cutting Room Floor!" (and no UPC bar code on the back). The only other release of the Off the Cutting Room Floor DVD comes in a small square envelope packaged inside initial copies of the Family Guy Volume 4 and American Dad! Volume 1 DVD sets. See more »


Edited into Family Guy: Stewie B. Goode (2006) See more »


Suicide is Painless
Written by Johnny Mandel and Mike Altman
Sung by Stewie Griffin
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funny, but not funny enough
22 August 2005 | by punkandbarbiesSee all my reviews

i ADORE family guy, i do. And the movie was.. GOOD, but honestly, I expected GREAT! i think some episodes were funnier than this movie. OK, well at least on the same par. I do like that they didn't overuse the "F" word just because they could. It made them saying it, that much funnier.

What I liked least about it was that it was constructed in 3 segments. They all sort of followed the plot, but it was more like 3 episodes in order. Yes, stuie is still looking for his father, but every half an hour, I feel like the opening credits just started all over again. It shouldn't have been THAT HARD to make a movie flow smoothly.

It was funny, but not like the South Park movie funny. When that came out, it was worth it cause you were laughing the whole time. This movie had some seriously funny parts, but it was pretty mild for the most part. The opening is really funny though, unfortunately, thats where I laughed the hardest.

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27 September 2005 (USA) See more »

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