Some animated programs have an extremely long shelf-life. Family Guy, for instance, has made enough episodes to fill up 10 volumes of DVD sets and has been on the air (well, sans a very poor decision on Fox’s part, which meant the show was cancelled for a little while) since 1999. With so many episodes produced, it can be a little hard to keep track of when one season is ending and a DVD might be produced. Luckily, Fox has it’s act together this time around, and has brought us a couple of clips focusing on Peter to celebrate Family Guy Volume Ten’s release on September 25.
“The Incredibly Bad Choices of Peter Griffin” follows Peter as he injures himself multiple times, as well as makes a fool out of himself, insults others, and generally acts like a jackass. It’s pretty much Peter Griffin at his finest, but its kind of disappointing to miss out on Lois chiding him and being his logical rock after we see all the silly stuff.
The second clip, “Peter’s First Commandment,” is a little more religiously offensive, but if you can get through the shaken baby syndrome in the first clip, you should be pretty primed for all of the ridiculousness you catch here.
If you like what you’ve seen, Family Guy Volume Ten will come with fourteen episodes and plenty of bonus features when it hits DVD next week. If you’re into plenty of deleted scenes and commentary, the set may be right up your alley. You can check out the full list of specs, below.
Family Guy Volume Ten Extras