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Pulling Double Booty (American Dad!)

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Pulling Double Booty (American Dad!)
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The American Dad! version of "Fresh Heir" from before that Family Guy episode even aired.
Part of Season: 4
Episode Number: 6
Air Date: November 16, 2008
Writer: Brian Boyle
Director: John Aoshima
Previous episode: Escape from Pearl Bailey
Next episode: Phantom of the Telethon


"Pulling Double Booty" is the sixth episode in the fourth season of American Dad!

Plot

After Hayley gets dumped by Jeff, she starts to date Stan’s CIA body double.

Why It Pulls No Booty

  1. It overuses jokes concerning incest, adultery, and animal cruelty.
  2. The relationship between Hayley and Bill, who is Stan’s body double at the CIA, is very disgusting and disturbing as Bill looks exactly like Stan. Although Hayley and Bill’s relationship is technically not incestuous, the relationship is still very painful to watch.
  3. To make matters worse, Stan decides to pretend to be Bill after Bill cheats on Hayley with Francine by attempting to sleep with Francine. Even though Stan does this to prevent Hayley from having a meltdown that would land her in jail, this particular plot twist brings in even more disturbing implications of incest.
  4. Stan is unlikable in this episode because he says that he plans to only tell Hayley that he loves her in the event she dies of cancer, excessively interferes with her love life, and lies to Hayley by pretending to be her boyfriend.
  5. Francine's constant vomiting in this episode is not funny and is only used for increased shock value.
  6. It is never explained why Jeff broke up with Hayley at the beginning of the episode.
  7. The scene where all the roosters get hit by cars is rather sad to watch.
  8. The ending to this episode is abrupt as it ends with Hayley starting to throw a temper tantrum after she finds out that Stan was pretending to be Bill. To be fair though, the episode did have an ending, which shows Hayley burning down a forest but that ending was removed due to it being controversial as a forest fire happened in California around the year this episode aired.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Hayley’s outbursts are very funny to watch.
  2. The side-plot with Steve and Roger was rather entertaining.

Reception

The episode received a 7.4 out of 10 on IMDB.[1] It got mixed reviews though and the Parents Television Council condemned the episode for its plot concerning incest and other sexual content.[2]

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