American Dad!

Season 7 Episode 1

100 A.D. (1)

Aired Monday 9:30 PM Oct 03, 2010 on TBS
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Episode Summary

As Hayley and Jeff elope, Stan offers a $50,000 reward for anyone who would stop them, with everyone in town trying to claim it, including Steve and Roger as Wheels and the Legman.
  • Superb

    As Hayley and Jeff elope, Stan offers a $50,000 reward for anyone who would stop them, with everyone in town trying to claim it, including Steve and Roger as Wheels and the Legman. Overall this episode of AD gets a 9.5 out of 10 from me.
  • Haley elopes - a very special episode American Dad style!

    Had to wipe a tear from my eye (after picking myself up off the floor I was laughing so hard) over this very special episode of American Dad. Hayley finally gets married - after she and her finance extort Stan and Francine to the tune of fifty thousand dollars so they wouldn't go through with the wedding. Yup, that's the dear little girl we've all come to know and love. Bwahahahaaa! I missed this episode the first time around and saw it for the first time tonight and I was impressed!Great first episode of a truly great season for American Dad!moreless
  • 601

    Once again American Dad is the best of the animation domination comedies this evening. The show is funny, it actually features smart humor and they have interesting plots on a weekly basis. You have your silly gags like Wheels and Legman that just make you laugh and then you have some great seemingly offensive lines that Stan that make you think and laugh all at the same time. American Dad is a refreshing break from the broken down Family Guy post-2005 and is consistently something that I look forward to on a weekly basis. Congratulations on 100 episodes, this was a good one too.moreless
  • Not 100th, but 97th episode..

    The episode was as usual a good one ;)

    But I don't understand why they call it the 200th episode when there is only made 97 episodes of American Dad!...

    You can check the episode guides your selves if u don't believe me =) Haha.

    Not a big deal off course! But I just think it's a strange thing to do..

    But it's not the first time a show has added a couple of episodes in their counting so. I'm sure there is some crazy wierd reason they do stuff like that =P

    But anyway.. Great episode as always ;)

    And to the writers, producers etc from American Dad!: congratulations on ALMOST 100 episodes, and keep up the good work in the future =)

    Enjoy this episode people =) ***************moreless
  • superb

    haley and her boyfriend elope and when stan finds out, he will do whatever he can to make sure they don't go through with it, including offering 50,000 dollars to anyone who can get them. Jeff and Haley cook up a plan to get the 50,000 dollars and then continue to elope.

    good episode, it wasn't very funny but it did keep me intrigued enough to wonder what was happening. it wasn't the 100th episode, 97th, but that does not affect the overall quality of the episode. Overall grade from me would be a B- or so, good episode methinksmoreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Reginald Koala's limo's license plate reads 307 HSV (Holden Special Vehicle), an Australian super car. 307 as a reference to the engine power in kw.

    • When the mob looking to grab Hayley at the Chimdale Mountain Inn has her surrounded up the hotel sign, Sharri yells out "Come down here you valuable Shiksa!" Shiksa is Yiddish and Polish word meaning an attractive gentile woman who might be a temptation for a Jewish boy for dating or marriage. In Polish it is a popular pejorative word for an immature / teenage girl and is a conflation between the Yiddish term and the Polish verb sikac, which means to piss or unrinate. It means "pisspants" and is roughly equivalent to the English terms "snot-nosed" brat or "little squirt".

  • QUOTES (0)

  • NOTES (1)


    • Reginald states that Jeff smells like "cheap weed and applesauce," paraphrasing a Brady Bunch quote from Peter Brady. Peter asked Alice, the housekeeper, what she was making for dinner and Alice said "pork chops and applesauce". Peter repeated this line in an accent that sounded like a Bogart or Cagney type manner..."pork chops and applesauce...that's swell".

    • Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
      Jeff's van turns into a flying machine at the end of the episode. This, along with the music playing, is a reference to the movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.