American Dad!

Season 7 Episode 6

There Will Be Bad Blood

5
Aired Sunday 9:30 PM Nov 28, 2010 on FOX
8.7
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It's Thanksgiving in Langley Falls, and as usual, Stan invites his half-brother, Rusty, over to show off his cornucopia of wealth and good fortune. But when Stan finds out that Rusty is far wealthier than he led on, Stan tries to take from Rusty what he feels is rightfully his. Things don't go well, and the Smith family nearly loses it all.moreless

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  • a racist episode

    1.0
    its a terrible episode its embarrasing its insensitive its offensive to native americans and stan is the biggest asshole in the history of television



    I HATE IT>:(!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • perfect

    10
    It's Thanksgiving in Langley Falls, and as usual, Stan invites his half-brother, Rusty, over to show off his cornucopia of wealth and good fortune. But when Stan finds out that Rusty is far wealthier than he led on, Stan tries to take from Rusty what he feels is rightfully his. Things don't go well, and the Smith family nearly loses it all.

    10 out of 10
  • be thankful for american dad

    9.0
    This was a thanksgiving episode of american dad and it was great. Heres a summary for the episode There Will Be Bad Blood, stans brother and his family come over to the smiths every thanksgiving and stan shows off what he has and his brother doesnt but this year they go over to his brothers house for thanksgiving and as it turns out stan was wrong about his brother. This was a great episode it was funny and entertaining the entire episode, the plot and jokes were original and overall this is a great episode of american dad 9 out of 10.moreless
  • a thanksgiving episode of american dad

    9.0
    this is a great episode of american dad it was a thanksgiving episode of american dad. the plot and jokes are very original and funny. this was the only thanksgiving episode of american dad so far, theve had two chrismas episodes, this season was also their first halloween episode. so far this has been a great season of american dad and it is going to get even better i garentee it.

    this is a great episode of american dad it was a thanksgiving episode of american dad. the plot and jokes are very original and funny. this was the only thanksgiving episode of american dad so far, theve had two chrismas episodes, this season was also their first halloween episode. so far this has been a great season of american dad and it is going to get even better i garentee it.moreless
  • perfect

    10
    At Thanksgiving time, nothing makes Stan happier than showing off his 'good fortune' to his brother, rusty, and his family. However, Stan soon realizes that Rusty is in fact richer than he lead on, even richer than Stan. So, he tries to rob Rusty and get what he feels is rightfully his.



    Funny episode. Rusty is a good character (I haven't seen a lot of episodes so I do not know if he is in earlier episodes, but I liked him here). And as usual, Steve, Stan and Roger were really funny. This was overall a pretty nice episode, and definitely gets an A from me as a grademoreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Promo images displayed a Mr. Pibb bottle on the kitchen counter top. This was changed to a generic bottle of root beer in the broadcast.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Hayley: After we ran out of money, Jeff suggested that we prostitute ourselves. At first, Jeff was saying he was only going to do women, but then... that wasn't working out. So, long story short, Jeff's on butt rest, and we moved to the desert.

    • Stan: Francine, touch me.
      Francine: What?
      Stan: Touch me. It'll provide us with all the warmth we need. I saw it on Man vs. Wild. That feels amazing.
      Francine: I'm not touching you.
      Roger: I am.
      Stan: That feels amazing.

    • Stan: That bathroom is amazing. A gold toilet? And I can't believe you have a servant just to wipe your butt.
      Rusty: Um, I don't...
      Stan: Oh, explains the attitude and why he did such a slapdash job.

    • Stan: You know what? For Thanksgiving this year, we're not going to have them coming here. We're going to their gross tepee in Crap-hole, Arizona. Then you'll see how good you've got it.
      Steve: What?!
      Stan: You heard me. And then, we're going to Four Corners where you'll get to see me break-dance in four states at once!
      Steve: Ah, man!

    • Stan: I'm glad that when my dad walked into that nightclub in Santa Fe, eyes damaged by the New Mexican sun, he bedded your Cherokee mother, having mistaken her for a person. I love you, bro.

    • Stan: Steve, show Glenn your new X-Cube. The X is for x-pensive.

    • Roger: Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! There's my favorite nephew. Butterfly knife and a Hustler.
      Steve: Thanks, Uncle Kappy.
      Roger: I'm not Uncle Kappy just yet. I still have to get drunk.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Episode Title
      The episode title is a take on that of the movie, There Will Be Blood.

    • "Felicity the wolf" is a spoof on "Christian the lion". Christian was bought, in 1969, as a cub by Anthony "Ace" Bourke and John Randall from Harrods department store in London and lived on their house till he was one year old, then they moved him for their furniture store. Bourke and Randall got permission from a local vicar to exercise Christian at a church graveyard.

      When Christian got bigger and expensive in care, both owners agreed on releasing him into the wild, in a compound in Kenya.

      A year later, the former owners decided to visit Christian and see if he still recognized them. Firstly with caution but quickly he ran to them, and standing on his hind legs wrapped his front legs on their shoulders and nuzzling their faces.

      In 2009, it various versions of this event became viral on YouTube, generating more than dozens of million views.

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