Go, Diego, Go! - Netflix

Nick Jr. introduces Go, Diego, Go!, an animated play-along series starring Dora the Explorer's cousin, Diego Marquez, an eight-year-old rough and tumble action-adventure hero with an intense love of nature and the animals around him. Diego takes viewers on high stakes animal rescue missions while encouraging them to jump, clap, cheer and speak in English and Spanish each step of the way. Diego is joined by his 11-year-old sister Alicia, along with a loving group of loyal animal friends who will encourage kids to use scientific thinking and investigative strategies to help the animal in trouble.

Go, Diego, Go! - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2005-09-06

Go, Diego, Go! - Go, Stewie, Go! - Netflix

“Go, Stewie, Go!” is the 13th episode of the eighth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on March 14, 2010. The episode features Stewie after he auditions, cross-dressed under the pseudonym Karina Smirnoff, for a female role in the American version of Jolly Farm Revue, and eventually ends up falling in love with a female co-star on the show. Meanwhile, Lois finds herself attracted to Meg's surprisingly normal boyfriend, once Peter causes her to realize her advancing age. The episode was written by Gary Janetti and directed by Greg Colton. It received mixed reviews from critics for its storyline and many cultural references, in addition to receiving criticism from the Parents Television Council. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 6.72 million homes in its original airing. The episode featured guest performances by Stephen Bishop, Mo Collins, Colin Ford, Lucas Grabeel, Anne Hathaway, Nana Visitor and Mae Whitman, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. “Go, Stewie, Go!” was released on DVD along with ten other episodes from the season on December 13, 2011.

Go, Diego, Go! - Production and development - Netflix

The episode was written by returning writer Gary Janetti, his first episode since the fourth season episode “Stewie B. Goode”. In addition, the episode was directed by series regular Greg Colton, before the conclusion of the seventh production season. The episode was Colton's second for the season, the first being the season premiere, “Road to the Multiverse”, which received high praise from critics. The episode saw the third re-appearance, the first being an equally brief appearance in “Spies Reminiscent of Us” and the second in “Road to the Multiverse”, by former main cast member Mike Henry as the voice of Cleveland Brown. The actor had previously left the role on Family Guy, in order to star as the character in his own spin-off, entitled The Cleveland Show. “Go, Stewie, Go!”, along with the eleven other episodes from Family Guy's eighth season, was released on a three-disc DVD set in the United States on December 13, 2011. The sets include brief audio commentaries by various crew and cast members for several episodes, a collection of deleted scenes and animatics, a special mini-feature which discussed the process behind animating “And Then There Were Fewer”, a mini-feature entitled “The Comical Adventures of Family Guy – Brian & Stewie: The Lost Phone Call”, and footage of the Family Guy panel at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con International. In addition to the regular cast, musician Stephen Bishop rerecorded his single “It Might Be You”, actress Mo Collins appeared as a little girl, voice actor Colin Ford appeared briefly as Randall, actress Anne Hathaway appeared as Mother Maggie, actor Lucas Grabeel appeared as Meg's new boyfriend Anthony, voice actress Nana Visitor appeared briefly as the audition caller and voice actress Mae Whitman appeared as Julie. Recurring guest voice actors Ralph Garman, writer Gary Janetti, writer Danny Smith, writer Alec Sulkin, actress Jennifer Tilly and writer John Viener also made minor appearances.

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