If you’ve never seen American Dad—and we hadn’t before attending the set of this parody of the show—you’re in for quite a treat.
The animated series, now in its sixth season, features co-creator Seth MacFarlane voicing Stan Smith, the square-jawed title character, who works for the CIA and is married to Francine, a sexual libertine in her day. Together they parent nerdy son Steve and left-wing activist daughter Haley (Seth’s sister, Rachel MacFarlane). Also in the mix are Roger, an alien “gray” who escaped from Area 51, and Klaus the goldfish, whose brain was replaced by the CIA with that of an East German Olympic ski jumper.
“We have got all the characters,” boasted writer/director Jordan Septo, who calls the series “the world’s greatest cartoon ever.” “I have seen some other parodies lately of cartoons that don’t have all the main characters; we have them all. We’ve got Stan Smith, Francine, Haley, Steve, Roger the alien, Klaus the fish, Steve’s friends Toshi, Snot and Barry; we’ve got Jeff, Haley’s husband—everyone’s here.”
But what will move this movie off the shelves quickly is the excellent cast, which includes some of adult’s best comedic actors—beginning with square-jawed Evan Stone in the title role.
“I just can’t say enough about Evan,” Septo said. “I knew, as soon as I thought of doing this parody, that I wanted Evan to star. He’s the master of subtle humor and is equally great at physical comedy, both of which this movie will have a lot of.”
Supporting Stone will be Briana Banks as the slightly ditzy Francine, Xander Corvus as the coming-of-age Steve, and the always-delightful Andy San Dimas as Haley (often referred to in the TV series as “the slut”).
But if anyone should get props for essaying a role in this movie, it has to be Anthony Rosano, who in his role as Roger spends the entire time encased in a gray latex bodysuit with a basketball-sized headpiece, squatting to approximate Roger’s four-foot height and cracking wise at every turn.
“I really feel for Anthony,” said Septo, who himself voices the German-accented Klaus. “I mean, he’s got to work in that alien suit a lot of the time, and yesterday, it was about 200 degrees in here, so it must have been about 600 degrees for him in the suit.”
AVN was present for two scenes, the first an encounter between Xander and strippers Tasha Reign and Yurizan Beltran on the occasion of “Steve’s” 18th birthday. It’s a gift from his dad, and the gals are only too happy to earn the money. First, they take turns delivering lap-dances, but when they decide to start playing with each other and strip out of their bikinis, Xander can only watch in amazement—until they unzip his trousers and begin to blow him, followed by doggie with Tasha on stage, reverse cowgirl with Yurizan back in the audience, and regular cowgirl with Tasha. Finally, putting both gals on-stage, Xander alternately mishes Yurizan and doggie-fucks Tasha, then essaying the same action in the audience, finishing with a splooge to the gals’ ample tits.
Also on tap for the day was Anthony’s couch bounce with Briana, which begins with her removing his “disguise”—a sombrero and huge mustache—freeing his cock from its hiding place, sucking him voraciously, riding his cock in both directions, then spreading for doggie and mish before he soaks her chest.
American Dad XXX: An Exquisite Films Parody streets Sept. 14, released by by Exquisite Films/Exquisite Multimedia.