Descend into the depths of the inferno and lay waste to everything in your path as a Robot Unicorn death machine.
After Peggy is conned into buying an expensive at-home Ph.D. course, she comes up with a plan to scam the scammers.
Nancy decides she needs a face-lift, and Dale comes up with a not-so-foolproof scheme to acquire the money.
Peter racks up a huge tab at Mort’s pharmacy and, unable to pay it back, offers to give Meg to Mort’s son, Neil, as payment.
When the Griffins take a trip to Lois’ childhood home, Lois decides to finally pursue her childhood dream of becoming a model.
Hank, Dale, Bill and Boomhauer enter the Durndle County Lawn Mower Races, but Hank is almost sidelined by debilitating back pain that is diagnosed as the result of the genetic condition of not having a rear end.
The semi-season opener finds Dr. Venture semi-paralyzed in a trauma-induced coma. Sgt. Hatred and the boys recruit the medical minds of Conjectural Technologies for the mystery diagnosis. Meanwhile, the Monarch is over the moon about his latest gadget, but it’s driving a hot wedge in his relationships with his wife and henchmen.
Bill finds himself in the middle of a romantic tug-of-war between his ex-wfe, Lenore, and ex-Texas governor Ann Richards; Peggy and Bobby discover the pleasures of charcoal-grilled meat.
Hank is devastated when he realizes his cherished flatbed truck is on its last legs.
Carl’s presumably unrequited feud with Bill Belichick begins anew in 2010 as the Jets face-off with the Patriots.
Bill’s popularity skyrockets when he embraces the Christmas spirit, and his neediness attracts the attention of a teenage moocher.
A mall makeover launches Meg into super-stardom, culminating in an appearance on Saturday Night Live.
During their second honeymoon, Peter and Lois stumble upon a horror too great to bear: Mel Gibson’s Passion of the Christ 2.
Carl factors in Ben Roethlisberger’s absence and Troy Polamalu’s shampoo endorsement deal in his stone cold lock of the century of the week.
Here’s an episode of that show, y’all.
]Peter discovers he has a black ancestor; Stewie tries to learn cheerleaders’ power to entrance.
Peter decides to pursue his dream career as a knight.
Hank becomes the prime suspect in Debbie’s murder.
After a near-death experience on his anniversary, Peter learns the importance of spending time with Lois.