Happy Birthday, Jesus.
On the night before Thanksgiving, Brian and Peter drunkenly devour the holiday bird, and then try to find a replacement.
Brian's cosmetic surgery leads him down a new career path as a real estate agent.
Lois and Peter open a cookie store, but things get messy when Peter comes up with his own way to get more customers.
Peter helps Joe publish a book, but then takes over as author.
Peter and the Griffins end up in Springfield, where they are greeted by a friendly stranger named Homer Simpson.
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When Peter and Chris interrupt Stewie’s TV time, the angry baby goes back in time to break up Peter and Lois, so he’s never conceived. But instead, he is reborn into a “Downton Abbey”-esque British household.
Cleveland returns to town, but is instantly banned from spending time with Peter when Lois and Donna get into a big fight over parenting.
Meg has fun partying with Peter when he takes her to a college for an interview. Brian must learn how to live in the wild when he gets sprayed by a skunk and is prohibited from entering the house.
When Chris begins to date Jerome’s daughter, Pam, Jerome forbids it. But when Chris and Pam run away together, Jerome and Peter must work together to find their kids.
When Peter takes Stewie to the park for some quality father-son time, he mistakenly takes the wrong baby home, prompting Lois to call him an idiot. Determined to prove to her that he’s a responsible adult, Peter goes on a business trip to Chicago and returns as an intelligent, classy person.
Brian gives Stewie an STD. Meanwhile, Peter and the guys fight back when another group claims their booth at The Drunken Clam.
Peter forms a new habit.
When Chris learns that he is the heir to Carter’s fortune – but refuses to take the money – Peter takes drastic measures to keep the wealth in the family.
Peter grows frustrated when players on opposing teams continue to thank God after defeating his beloved New England Patriots football team, so he and the guys embark on a global quest to find God and ask Him to stop interfering with the outcome of professional football games.
Peter creates a new lovable character to be remembered by.
Executive producers Mike Barker and Danny Smith explain how they met Seth MacFarlane. Seth tells moderator Bill Maher about his childhood desire to create cartoons and talks about the beginning of his career at Hanna-Barbera as a writer on "Johnny Bravo."
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On the Griffins' visit to Brown University, the Dean questions whether Meg is Brown material.
Creator/executive producer Seth MacFarlane talks about George Lucas and the running Star Wars jokes in the show.
Peter loves when two drunk guys carrying babies get into a fistfight, and then their wives get into it.
This will quickly escalate into rough front yard make-up sex.
Peter makes a proposition that even Lois can't quite understand.
Is a fat baby cuter or less cute? This needs to be settled once and for all.
Brian watches helplessly as Stewie fights his evil self.
Joe and Peter text one another about Quagmire's dad.
The show begins with scenes of what supposedly happened in the previous episode.
Seth MacFarlane says that "Family Guy Live" was inspired by live stage shows featuring "The Simpsons." He demonstrates how he performs multiple character voices in an improvised dialogue between Stewie Griffin and Brian Griffin.
Stewie tries to kill himself, and turns into Toasterman
Peter and Lois run into an old friend at the mall.
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