During a family breakfast, Roger starts to stroll into the kitchen without a disguise and is quickly tackled by Stan who insists that Roger must wear a disguise around Jeff or risk his blabbing and forcing Stan to have to kill one or the other. Roger tries a stupid Carmen Miranda disguise in spite but is kicked out of the kitchen again by Stan. As Roger tries to figure out a solution to his dilemma, Hayley tells him about Jeff having an imaginary friend named Phillip who was the best man at their wedding. Roger introduces himself as Jeff's new imaginary friend and Jeff is happy after having a falling out with Phillip. Roger demonstrates in front of the family that he has apparently fooled Jeff, eventually abusing them knowing they can't react to his presence.
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Each has his or her own quirks, charms, and personal style. Which is the ultra conservative? Which is the bleeding heart liberal? Which episode should you watch to see the best of each character? Meet the main characters of American Dad!
It first aired in the United States on Fox on November 16, This story centers around Hayley , who goes on a rampage shortly after Jeff breaks up with her. Meanwhile, Roger and Steve get summer jobs determining the sex of baby chicks in a factory, but Steve steals several specimens to rear in safety after learning their fate. Angered at their ruined summer, Roger steals the chickens to make money off of chicken fights. This episode was written by Brian Boyle and directed by John Aoshima. It received mixed reception from television critics upon its release, with much of the praise going on to the delivery of the main storyline. Hayley and Jeff announce they are going to the mall. At the mall, Hayley goes on a destructive rampage after Jeff ends their relationship. Stan rushes to the mall and reprimands Jeff, explaining Hayley goes on a rampage every time a boyfriend breaks up with her.