Peter goes to Hollywood to help Tom Tucker achieve his dreams.
Peter goes to bed after eating a bellyfull of nickels.
Lois and the kids run into Peter while he prostitutes himself.
Peter coerces Lois to fight in an ultimate boxing match.
Executive producers David A. Goodman and Chris Sheridan discuss how they sort out the good jokes from the bad ones. The panel discusses their dirtiest gags.
Peter uses one of his three wishes, granted by a gene, to have not bones.
Find out how the greased up deaf guy came about.
Seth discusses how Fox gave him another shot after they initially passed on him.
Peter and Brian accidentally try speed.
Meg is sad about the boy she liked
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Loveable underdog IAN (Josh Zuckerman) is the last American virgin. At least that's how it feels to him now that he's 18, about to go to college, and losing girls to his 14-year-old brother. Ian's always been the nice guy, the best friend never the boyfriend. But his luck finally seems to be changing when he meets DANIELLE. She's everything he's ever wanted in a girlfriend - fun, sexy, and she really likes him. There's just one problem. She lives in Knoxville. And he lives in Chicago. And she thinks he's the Brad Pitt-lookalike he's pretending to be on Facebook. At the urging of his best friend, LANCE (Clark Duke), Ian decides to confront his fear of rejection when Danielle makes him the offer of a lifetime: "If you drive all the way for me, I'll go all the way for you."
In the spirit of such classics as AMERICAN PIE, THE SURE THING and SUPERBAD, this wild romp follows Ian, Lance and their third musketeer, the spunky and gorgeous tomboy, FELICIA (Amanda Crew), as they set out in Ian's older brother's beloved '69 GTO. Despite many hilarious setbacks on the road, including a stop-off at an Amish rave (who knew the Amish could party?), Ian finally meets his dream girl but things don't turn out quite as planned. Along the way, Ian discovers that while he's prepared to go the distance for sex, there might be something even better a little closer to home.
David wants to know how he can help.
Creator/executive producer Seth MacFarlane talks about George Lucas and the running Star Wars jokes in the show.
Stewie gets upset because he wants to watch his shows on the big TV.
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