Family Guy Viewer Mail #1
Studio: Fuzzy Door Productions Release Date : February 14, 2002 Series: Family Guy
  1. General Info

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Synopsis

Brian and Stewie present three stories sent in by fans. A wish on a genie causes Peter to become a boneless blob, the Griffins acquire superpowers, and "little rascal" versions of Peter and Quagmire compete for Lois' affection.

Broadcasters

Fox (Original broadcast network)

Television

Family Guy (Season 3, Episode 21)

Video Information

DVD

United States

Family Guy: Volume Two - Season 3

Technical Specifications

Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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History

6/30/2014

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2/4/2015

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3/27/2015

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4/11/2015

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9/23/2015

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2/20/2016

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2/10/2018

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    Seth MacFarlane: Creator
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    Gene Laufenberg: Writer
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    Pete Michels: Director
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    Seth MacFarlane: Executive Producer
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    Dan Palladino: Executive Producer
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    David A. Goodman: Co-Executive Producer
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    Mike Barker: Supervising Producer
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    Matt Weitzman: Supervising Producer
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    Gary Janetti: Consulting Producer
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    Allison Adler: Producer
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    Gene Laufenberg: Producer
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    Peter Shin: Supervising Director
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    Pete Michels: Supervising Director
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    Kara Vallow: Producer
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    Debby Hindman: Animation Producer
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    Brett Varon: Asst. Director
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    Ron Brewer: Asst. Director
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    Nora Johnson: Storyboard Artist
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    Greg Lovell: Storyboard Artist
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    Chris Robertson: Storyboard Artist
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    Ron Jones: Music
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    Walter Murphy: Music
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    Mike Henry: Executive Story Editor
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    Mark Hentemann: Executive Story Editor
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    Michael Shipley: Executive Story Editor
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    Jim Bernstein: Executive Story Editor
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    Steve Callaghan: Story Editor
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    Seth MacFarlane: Writer
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    Scott Wood: Director
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    Michael Shipley: Writer
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    Jim Bernstein: Writer
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    Michael Dante DiMartino: Director
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