When Stan catches Steve (Scott Grimes) playing imaginary games with his toys, he decides to take his son down to Mexico to help him become a man. But the trip takes a turn for the worse when Stan and Steve are kidnapped by a drug cartel, and it's up to Steve to break himself and Stan out of captivity.
Previously on American Dad! Season 7 Episode 17 "Ricky Spanish", Roger rediscovers his alter-ego "Ricky Spanish," an infamous character who remains the most despised man in town. Meanwhile, Stan and Francine are in for a surprise when their sponsored child from Africa shows up on their doorstep.
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On this week's Episode title "Toy Whorey", When Stan catches Steve (Scott Grimes) playing imaginary games with his toys, he decides to take his son down to Mexico to help him become a man. But the trip takes a turn for the worse when Stan and Steve are kidnapped by a drug cartel, and it's up to Steve to break himself and Stan out of captivity.
American Dad! is an American animated television series created by Seth MacFarlane and owned by Underdog Productions and Fuzzy Door Productions. It is produced in association with 20th Century Fox Television. Creators and main directors, MacFarlane (creator of Family Guy) as well as two former Family Guy writers, Mike Barker and Matt Weitzman aired the pilot episode in the United States on Fox on February 6, 2005, thirty minutes after the end of Super Bowl XXXIX; the regular series began May 1, 2005, after the season premiere of Family Guy. American Dad! follows the events of CIA agent Stan Smith and his family. Unlike Family Guy, American Dad! does not heavily rely on cutaway gags but instead focuses more on situational humor and non sequiturs.
American Dad! was officially renewed for a seventh season, bringing the series through the 2011–12 season. On September 20, 2010, TBS began re-running American Dad!, and now airs the series weekdays at 1ET. Fox also began syndicating American Dad! reruns to local stations in September 2010, with those episodes airing on weekends but as of September 19, 2011 it now airs weekdays. On December 27, 2010, American Dad! began airing on Adult Swim. American Dad! is shown on FX and BBC Three in the UK and 3e in the Republic of Ireland.