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    Posted July 14, 2012 by
    San Diego, California
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    San Diego Comic-Con 2012

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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     ChrisMorrow is covering Comic-Con in San Diego this year. This is her tenth year at the convention, and she has had the opportunity to connect with creative writers, producers, celebrities and people who influence pop culture. She was thrilled to interview the voice actors for American Dad at Comic-Con's press line. 'I was almost zoning out, hearing their voices while watching them talk, I was like "wow this isn't right,"' she says. She says having the chance to interview the actors was one of the biggest highlights for her at Comic-Con this year.
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    I speak with 2 of the cast members about the next season. enjoy! :)

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