Lois and the kids run into Peter while he prostitutes himself.
Peter uses one of his three wishes, granted by a gene, to have not bones.
Series creator/executive producer Mark Burnett says the shooting ratio is 300 to 1 (raw footage versus final cut) with a "fly-on-the-wall" sensibility. Executive producer/host Donald Trump thinks boardroom scenes should get more emphasis than task scenes.
Executive producer/host Donald Trump says Season 10 is the best and most important season because it takes place during a bad economy. Series creator/executive producer Mark Burnett, and advisors Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump, Jr., also comment.
Comedy mad man Andy Dick (Old School) leads a winning ensemble cast in this outrageous comedy in the no holds barred tradition of Bad Santa and Bad Teacher. Meet bad coach Rick Vice, a redneck psycho with a suspect record (the attempted murder of a Pee Wee football team). When the Pulham Blue Cocks coach drops dead on the sidelines, Vice is brought in to turn around the worst team in college football's lowest division.
Marshall Cook costars as Mitch, the slacker second-string quarterback who butts heads with Vice, his worst nightmare, but maybe Vice’s demented methods will be just the spark to turn Mitch and the Blue Cocks into winners. Adam Carolla and MadTV veterans Will Sasso, Debra Wilson, Mo Collins and Bryan Callen go the extra yard in this comedy that will blindside you.
Celebrity Apprentice sneak peek.
Tommy Kendall gives Comedian Adam Carolla a special quest before heading out to wine country to meet NASCAR Toyota driver Brian Vickers.
Lois recalls a simple task Peter messed up.
The Griffin family members have a few demands for the city of Quahog.
Host Adam Carolla hits the New York Auto Show to check out the newest car models set to be released and runs into Stephen Colbert and his boat.
Adam Carolla has a new show called “Catch A Contractor”. Our camera guy asks him if the show is similar to “To Catch a Predator”. Adam gives us more than an answer and proceeds to tell us how you can get away from Chris Hansen’s trap.
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