lol they lost me the minute the aliens chose for their ambassador a random farmer from Missouri just cause he was able to negotiate about corn. Could have been interesting too bad the writer had such a boner for the whole underdog thing which doesn't work here.
I'm was with Asia on the Vixen situation like I know there's been this thing where nowadays we're like drop toxic friends and all that which in most cases it's for real but this isn't the case. We're not asking for Ru to baby her or to try and talk to her because sometimes you don't have to say shit, just stand there and be like "I'm here for you, you might not want to listen now but I'm here for you". Yes you're allowed to be mad and frustrated at said person but that doesn't mean ignoring someone when they're obviously screaming for help but you couldn't be bothered anymore. I understand Ru's from a tough love kind of world and yes people shouldn't be bothered but you don't abandon people because you are a little inconvenienced, especial in a society that's built upon a sisterhood like that. What type of message does that send? Ru can be wise but his words aren't god and he can be wrong and in this instance he is.
American Dad! Season 15 Episode 5 (s15e05)
C.I.A. Agent Stan Smith is constantly fighting off terrorists who threaten the safety of the USA (sometimes causing more harm than good). His wife Francine is an average house wife with two kids, Hayley, Stan's only daughter, an average rebellious teenager and Steve, Stan's only son, a geek who enjoys Dungeons and Dragons, gaming and comic book conventions. Then there's Roger, the home's illegal (space) alien who the Smith's are keeping protected. Last but not least, there's Klaus, the Smith's wisecracking talking fish (swapped from his human body years ago by the CIA).