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Cock of the Sleepwalk 

After killing his 100th victim, Stan develops a persona that does nice things, which the real Stan would never do.


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Episode cast overview:
... Stan Smith / Roger the Alien (voice)
... Francine Smith (voice)
... Steve Smith (voice)
... Hayley Smith (voice)
... Klaus (voice)
... (voice)
... Belgian Terrorist (voice)
... IHOP Diner (voice)
... Jackson (voice)
... Dick (voice)
... Nameless Bum (voice)
... Avery Bullock (voice)
... Nun (voice)


After killing his 100th victim, Stan develops a persona that does nice things, which the real Stan would never do.

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Animation | Comedy





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26 January 2014 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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The map on the wall in the conference room where Bullock is explaining that the terrorist is going to blow up an IHop, changes in the last scene where the word "IHop" appears which wasn't there previously. See more »


Belgian Terrorist: This IHOP has desecrated the Belgian waffle for the last time! What you call "Rooty Tooty French 'N Fruity" I call spitting in the face of my countrymen!
Little Boy: But that's served with pancakes.
Belgian Terrorist: Shut up, pig dog!
Belgian Terrorist: [opens coat to reveal suicide bomb vest]
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References The Blind Side (2009) See more »


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Written by Alan Young and Malcolm Young and Bon Scott Performed by AC/DC
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Not your average hired killer
15 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

It's hard to imagine Stan donating to an orphanage or opening a soup kitchen in his living room, and that's what makes 'Cock of the Sleepwalk' so amusing. And it's all due to a conscience that won't stay repressed. Even though the CIA is a wacky hijinks-filled office, you kinda have to be a sociopath to do the job. Evidently, you also need a boss who dabbles in the (responsible, mind you) use of cocaine; picture Patrick Stewart in such a role and you can see why I love this show.

It's also top-shelf Roger, settling a hot pretzel dispute with some poor schmoe ("This isn't over, Watley!"), and it's a scream. Not to mention dispensing questionable advice as Dr. Penguin.

I've gotta admit, I like the CIA episodes; the comedic value is terrific. The workplace humor blends in very nicely.


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