Joe asks Peter to be the godfather to his daughter; Peter takes his role to a new level.
Meg plans her wedding to an unexpected Quahog resident; Peter's arms are torn off.
Lois and Peter are divided by differing views on who the next mayor of Quahog should be.
Brian discovers that Quahog's hero took part in racist actions against Native Americans.
When the family fails to help Lois with the Christmas shopping, she walks out.
When Peter makes it through a bad flu season without getting sick, the hospital asks him to volunteer as a nurse, but he finds himself at a crossroads when his mortal enemy, The Giant Chicken, is admitted to the ER. Meanwhile, Brian receives his genetic test results and learns he is part cat, cau...
While Brian bonds with the son of his new girlfriend. Meanwhile, Peter, Quagmire and Cleveland take a joy ride in Joe's new classic corvette.
After attending a baseball game, Peter and Chris are inspired to start a memorabilia business. Meanwhile, Stewie tries to combat aging by getting plastic surgery, but ends up taking it too far.
Stewie designs a "Terminator" Peter robot to destroy Lois for trying to feed him broccoli, but when things don't go according to plan, Stewie and Brian must go on a Terminator-esque mission to save Stewie's life.
Stewie gets a mail order bride; Peter and Chris become addicted to free hotel breakfast buffets.
After feeling unappreciated by her family, Lois taps into her villainous side and attempts to win "Best Customer" at her favorite coffee shop.
Lois and Peter are mistaken for "young parents" by another couple at Stewie's school and invited to live in a millennial apartment complex, leaving Meg and Chris home alone.
Meg deals with a college admissions scandal, while Brian embarks on a fitness journey.
The guys regale each other with stories of youthful athletic accomplishments. Cleveland was a teenage baseball player from Cuba, Quagmire was a bad boy tennis superstar from New York and Peter was an underdog boxer from Philadelphia.