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In a James Bond parody, Stan Smith plays a secret agent trying to stop a fiendish plot for world domination by Tearjerker, played by Roger the Alien.


Seth MacFarlane (created by), Mike Barker (created by) | 3 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Seth MacFarlane ... Stan Smith as Agent Stan Smith / Roger the Alien as Tearjerker & Oscar / Greg Corbin as Pedi (voice)
Wendy Schaal ... Francine Smith as Sexpun T'Come (voice)
Scott Grimes ... Steve Smith as S (voice)
Rachael MacFarlane ... Hayley Smith as Ms. Peacenickel (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Klaus as Tchochkie Schmear (voice)
Curtis Armstrong ... Snot as S' Assistant (voice)
Mike Barker ... Chuck White / Terry Bates as Mani (voice)
Warren Derosa ... (voice)
Erik Durbin Erik Durbin ... (voice)
Seth Green ... Matthew McConaughey (voice)
David Hemingson David Hemingson ... Bartender (voice)
Don LaFontaine ... Movie Trailer Announcer (voice)
Matt McKenna Matt McKenna ... Cap'n Monty as the Tour Guide (voice)
Ivana Milicevic ... Russian Spy (voice)
Enn Reitel ... English Spy (voice)


When the world needs a hero, they call upon Smith, Stan Smith. And he delivers in this 007-like adventure full of intrigue, suspense, large breasts and sad sad movies about dead puppies! Smith must stop the evil mastermind known as Tearjerker (Roger) from forcing the world to watch his tragically sad films. Tearjerker's missions; to make everyone in the world cry themselves to death!!! Written by Anonymous

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Animation | Comedy


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13 January 2008 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


Tearjerker wants to use his own movie, Oscar Gold, to kill billions. In the film community Oscar Gold is a term used for movies that appear to have been produced for the sole purpose of earning nominations for Academy Awards. See more »


People would not necessarily be forced to watch Oscar Gold with the "mountain of crap" Tearjerker released against it. People could easily be tempted to stay home. See more »


Roger the Alien as Tearjerker: Is there anything more terrifying than a hovering blimp?
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References Lady in the Water (2006) See more »


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American Dad's most outrageous episode ever!
15 May 2011 | by cuckingfuntSee all my reviews

You have got to hand it to the American Dad writers, they pretty much tired out every possible C.I.A storyline and political joke they could think of in the first three seasons, so it's nice to know they can do a decent spy spoof which does not feel out of place with the rest of the show.

* SPOILERS * The cast is the normal American Dad cast, but they all have James Bond style roles. The episode in it's self is a James Bond spoof, with the hero agent ( Stan Smith,) The woman who throws herself at him, (Francine- a.k.a Sexpun decum.) The evil villain, (Roger- a.k.a tear jerker) and Steve has a role as Q, who makes inventions for agent Stan.

The episode has a typical James Bond set up, Tearjerker is trying to take over the world from his secret lair and it's up to Stan to stop him. On the face of it, this does not sound very watch worthy, but soon the Austin Powers type humor begins to creep in and it is a laugh a minute.

The jokes never seem to stop failing in this episode, and never seem to be overdone or tired. The pacing is just right, and the spoofs of James Bond scenes are priceless. The falling down lair of Tearjerker makes you giggle, as you remember just how pathetic the original movies they are spoofing are.

In the end Stan wins, but it leaves us with a shot of Tearjerker possibly climbing out of the volcano which he was thrown into, so I hope there are more Tearjerker episodes to come, because it's more entertaining and miles more funny that a golden turd storyline.

Whatever happened to that storyline by the way?

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