Scoop: AMERICAN DAD on FOX - Today, December 8, 2013

In this "Breaking Bad" parody, Hayley tries to fit in with a popular group of her former high school friends and, in the process, discovers Steve has an amazing ability to create incredibly realistic fake IDs. Sensing a business opportunity, Hayley builds out Steve's operation, but they don't count on having to deal with the other kingpin of the Langley Falls fake ID game: Kevin Ramage (Roger in disguise) in the all-new "Faking Bad" episode of AMERICAN DAD airing tonight, Dec. 8 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX (DAD-808) (TV-14 D, L, S, V)

Voice Cast: Seth MacFarlane as Stan Smith and Roger the Alien; Wendy Schaal as Francine Smith; Rachael MacFarlane as Hayley; Scott Grimes as Steve; Dee Bradley Baker as Klaus; Jeff Fischer as Jeff.

AMERICAN DAD follows staunch GOP supporter and CIA agent STAN SMITH (Seth MacFarlane) and the misadventures of his unconventional family in Langley Falls, VA. The series returns this fall for a 10th and final season on FOX.

Stan's blissfully unaware wife, FRANCINE (Wendy Schaal), has an unfaltering loyalty that allows her to turn a blind eye toward Stan's unabashed arrogance. Meanwhile, Stan constantly butts heads with his 18-year-old left-wing activist daughter, HAYLEY (Rachael MacFarlane), who knows just how to push her father's buttons, whether it's by helping the homeless, demanding women's rights or advocating gun control. Hayley's 14-year-old brother is the geeky yet cocky STEVE (Scott Grimes), a kid who spends his time playing video games and obsessing about the opposite sex.
The Smith cabinet is rounded out by two rather unconventional members. There's the sassy and sarcastic space alien ROGER (Seth MacFarlane), who lives in the attic, loves to play dress-up and ran for U.S. President in 2012; and KLAUS (Dee Bradley Baker), an attention-starved goldfish with the brain of a German guy who always throws in his two cents regardless of whether anyone is listening.

This screwball family full of radically different personalities is just trying to figure out how to love and trust one another in a bi-partisan world. And with a guy like Stan in charge of national security, it's guaranteed to be one wacky ride.




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