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When Peter hires the mob to destroy his car, he must repay the debt by taking the Don's nephew, Big Fat Paulie, to the movies. When Peter tells him he can't hang out with him because of Lois, he mistakes that for Peter wanting Lois killed.
Lois tries to get Stewie to be more social and sends him to pre-school, where he falls in love with a girl named Janet. Lois becomes a flight attendant and Peter takes advantage of the free flights.
When a plane carrying psychedelic toads from Columbia crashes in Quahog, the students all become addicted to licking toads. Peter goes undercover as a new student, Lando Griffin, to try and convince the kids to stop licking toads.
Brian goes to pick up Stewie from his Grandparents home but they miss the plane and end up taking a cross-country road trip. Peter and Lois attempt to rekindle their relationship with videos.
When Meg's slumber party is ruined by her family she books the family on a talk show. A network exec gets the family to do a reality show and Meg and eventually the rest of the family gets recast.
Peter ends up selling one of Chris' paintings to a gallery for $5,000. He moves the family to New York to try and help Chris become a famous artist.
When Lois runs for the school board, Peter runs against her to get his favorite teacher reinstated. Peter runs a negative campaign against Lois and ends up winning.
To get a show back on the air, Peter convinces a Make-a-Wish style charity that Chris is dying and his wish is to have the show back on. The scam leads People to believe that Peter heals Chris and is a god.
Forced to go on a women's retreat for being sexist at work, Peter becomes a sensitive male. Lois hates this new side of him, and her cat fight at a charity event brings him back.
Lois becomes director of the play "The King and I" and Peter wants a role and she names him producer. Peter goes on a power trip, fires Lois, and takes over the play and turns it into a futuristic play.