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SketchDump 2012 - Hayley and Friends by jbwarner86 SketchDump 2012 - Hayley and Friends by jbwarner86
Last year, I devised a concept for an "American Dad" spinoff focusing on Hayley [link] . I actually tinkered around with this concept quite a bit, to the point where I had a premise and a full main cast and everything.

The conceit of the show would be Hayley deciding she's betraying her creative and outspoken nature by tying herself down to a loser like Jeff, so she gets her marriage annulled and goes off to a four-year college to get her life in order. And when she leaves Langley Falls, Klaus tags along with her, since he's sick and tired of being disrespected by Stan and Roger and all them (we've seen Hayley and Klaus plots a couple of times on AD, and they work surprisingly well together). Jeff is distraught at being dumped yet again, and follows Hayley to her new college, desperate to win her back somehow.

And I also created a few new characters for them to interact with. From left to right:
- Carole Kennedy, head of the Women's Studies department. An extremely outspoken feminist who encourages her students to get out there and do something, even if it's kinda dangerous
- Timothy Butternoose, Hayley's boss at the on-campus coffee shop Whole Latte Love. He's a surly grouch and he's kind of sexist too.
- Kelly, Hayley's roommate. She's an outsider artist and expresses herself through every medium imaginable, and also happens to be a lesbian.
- Zack, Jeff's roommate. Has no prospects, no ambition, no plans for the future, but has racked up more hours on World of Warcraft than anybody in the tri-county area and can recite all the dialogue from The Dark Knight from memory.
- Blake Pritchard, Hayley's Life Drawing teacher. Came back shell-shocked from the Gulf War, and now considers freedom of expression to be a luxury.

Again, this is the sort of labor-intensive fanfiction project I really don't have that much time to devote to. But it's still fun to think about. :)
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Queenbee543 Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2013  Student Writer
"This...This my friend could work!"
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janicexzoot Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2013
A funny twist would be Roger hiding in one of Hayley's suitcases with a bunch of costumes just to be the big man on campus.
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Epson2000-2008 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2013
Teriffic!! I can see this as a great show. As long as Seth doesn't voice a character, it'll work.
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EmperorNortonII Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Zack reminds me of the video store buy from Family Guy.
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vasglorious Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ever think about coloring this?
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supersonichero Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Why. Is. This. Not. An. ACTUAL. SERIES.

This would be great to watch on Sundays in my opinion. Throw a little bit of Meg in there (where she's not being treated like shit), and it could be a big hit. I'm a bit on the fence about Roberta though. lol

Anyways, I really like the character designs. Although that Zack dude kinda reminds me of Chris.
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BoomerBOmb Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2012
Colorful cast. At least more original than "OMG! ANOTHER FAMILY SHOW!"
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Kinggigasmon Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I think having Klaus as the sole talking animal character would do well for such a series. He's always been unfairly overshadowed by Roger. He's had some great lines, too. Hitler melons, anyone?

Jeff would work better as a character if he actually HAD a personality.
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UncleScooter Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2012  Professional Artist
Seth, FOX- do you see this? Are you paying attention? ;)
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"A hundred bucks for a comic book?! Who drew it, Michael Milangelo?"- Homer Simpson ("The Simpsons"- Season 2, Ep.21: "Three Men & a Comic Book")

READ "QUACKTOWN: THE WEBCOMIC"! - [link]
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vasglorious Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
A Hayley Smith spinoff, I'm on board to watch that show. Because I would like to believe Seth Macfarlane can do other kinds of cartoons besides shows about a dysfunctional family all the time.
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