CIA Agent Stan Smith is constantly fighting off terrorists who threaten the safety of the USA (sometimes causing more harm than good). His wife Francine is an average housewife with two kids: Hayley, an average rebellious teenager and Steve, a geek who enjoys Dungeons and Dragons, gaming and comic book conventions. Then there’s Roger, the home’s illegal (space) alien who the Smith’s are keeping protected. Last but not least, there’s Klaus, the Smiths’ wisecracking talking fish (swapped from his human body years ago by the CIA).
"American Dad" is sold to a Chinese businessman. Meanwhile, Stan has Francine committed to an insane asylum when he forgets their anniversary.Watch Now:iTunes
While trying to rekindle their marriage, Stan and Francine get trapped on a hot air balloon. The rest of the family wins a jingle writing contest.Watch Now:iTunes
When Stan realizes he can't cry, he asks Steve to teach him empathy.
When Principal Lewis threatens to cancel science club, Steve takes matters into his own hands in a monstrous way.
When the family goes to a dude ranch, Klaus and Rogu have to work together to survive in the wilderness.
Francine and Roger get lost in a good book (or five) after Francine escapes an embarrassing situation. Stan reluctantly hangs out at the library.
Hayley searches for guidance and instead finds a community of "cool butts."
Stan takes Steve to his favorite barbershop to hang with his crew; Jeff starts journaling to help with his bad memory.
Francine explores ASMR with Roger. Steve gets a pole in his head and a secret admirer.
Francine becomes a realtor in Langley's world of high-end real estate, while the rest of the family sells coffee from the front yard.
To save a beloved restaurant from closing, Stan must bring the 1950s back to Langley.
Hayley and Jeff help one of Roger's personas run a solar company.
Stan insists everyone help him re-create the rustic family ski trips of his childhood while Klaus falls in love with a tech support operator.
Steve and Jeff try to bond as brothers while the rest of the family visits an escape room.
When Steve begins acting like a spoiled brat, Stan takes him to see Grandpa Jack (Daran Norris), who shares a story about a demon (Danny Glover) who would punish naughty children on Christmas; Hayley lands a job at the airport.Watch Now:iTunes
After Stan sells off the coveted family plot, the family opens their own cemetery in the backyard with the help of basketball Hall-of-Famer Scottie Pippen.
Stan and the family go out to dinner at a buffet restaurant. Roger becomes a flower.
Stan finally decides to do something about his secret baldness and enlists the help of Josay Bosay, Roger's famed hair-stylist-to-the-stars persona.
Steve's efforts to befriend a Swedish exchange student backfire in a big way; the family calls in an animal behaviorist to deal with Klaus.
Francine is jealous of the new and improved Klaus and vows to take him down.
Stan gets in over his head trying to impress Toshi's dad. Klaus and Jeff head to the country for a weekend getaway.
A girl distracts Steve from his mission to help his friend deal with his father's death; Stan and Roger invent an automatic cake cutter.Watch Now:iTunes
After Stan is injured, Francine nurses him back to health and he becomes dependent on her; the family discovers Tuttle is a Korean reality show star.