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Vision: Impossible 

When Roger wakes up from a coma after a car accident, he has the ability to see into the future.

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Seth MacFarlane (created by), Mike Barker (created by) | 8 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Seth MacFarlane ... Stan Smith / Roger the Alien (voice)
Wendy Schaal ... Francine Smith (voice)
Scott Grimes ... Steve Smith (voice)
Rachael MacFarlane ... Hayley Smith (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Klaus (voice)
Danielle Schneider ... Widow (voice)
André Sogliuzzo ... (voice) (as Andre Sogliuzzo)
Randy Spears ... John Q. Mind (voice)
John Viener ... Doctor (voice)
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When Roger wakes up from a coma after a car accident, he has the ability to see into the future.

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Animation | Comedy

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 January 2014 (USA) See more »

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Dolby

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

Steve initially receives a shipment of five jars of protein powder. After picking one up, five jars are still seen in the background. Later, five jars are still stacked in the background, but the jar Steve picked up has disappeared. See more »

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References Mission: Impossible (1966) See more »

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This one really clicks
15 May 2017 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

I feel like I have to point out that 'Vision: Impossible" sees Roger in the hospital (twice) and no one realizes he's an alien. And it doesn't even feel like a cop-out, but just that it's woven into the show as accepted, at this point. I liked it.

It's a good episode with a funny riff on "The Dead Zone" (ol' Rog awakens from a coma with Walken-like powers of future-telling). And while a Roger-centric episode is pushing it (for me, personally) it works because his snarky sense of humor is put to good use here. The writing's strong, too; after his second coma, he returns home to a family that's gone to pieces without knowing every second of their futures.

Surprisingly, some of the best material is in the hospital scenes, between the (unseen) Dr. Baby, and a return appearance by Dr. John Q. Mind (Mind Quad!).

7/10


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