It’s a sad fact that few, if any, of the 2.4 children in most sitcom families are funny. In Seth MacFarlane’s cartoon satire, however, neither is the mum, the gay alien or the Nazi goldfish. Thankfully, our hero – bum-chinned CIA op Stan (MacFarlane) – is enough to compensate. Especially after a faceful of mace: “My eyes!” he screams, hitting the door (“My back!”), the radio (“‘My Sharona!’”) and the telly (“My Best Friend’s Wedding!”). Meanwhile, the frat and fart gags blur with political sideswipes and date rape-themed wrongness to just about keep pace with Futurama, Family Guy and The Simpsons. The extras weigh in with 110 – yes, one-one-zero – deleted scenes, four featurettes and commentaries for each episode.