Peter's estranged sister Karen shows up to the Griffin family's Thanksgiving dinner, and Joe, Cleveland, and Quagmire realize that she is the famous wrestler, Heavy Flo.
Peter takes his family to a fancy restaurant and falls in love with his toothpick. When Peter accidentally swallows it, he goes back to the restaurant to get another one.
A drunk Peter drinks water from a fire hydrant; but when the water overflows, Peter ends up destroying the public library. As a result of Peter's drunken hijinks, Major Adam West raises the legal drinking age to fifty.
Whistle While Your Wife Works
After blowing his fingers off lighting firecrackers, Peter needs Lois to help him do his work so that he doesn't lose his job. Meanwhile, Brian is spending a lot of time out of the house and Stewie realizes that he is dating a new woman. After much persuasion, Brian finally agrees to take Stewie to meet this mystery woman, Jillian. At first Stewie is very impressed; she's stunning, but after a few minutes he realizes she is a moron.
Peter's Two Dads
After an unfortunate unicyle accident at Meg's 17th birthday party, Peter tumbles down the stairs and into his father, Francis. On Francis' deathbed, he leaves his son with the unsettling parting words "You're a fat stinking drunk." During hypnotherapy, Peter remembers a time where Francis told him that he was not his real father. Peter then goes on a journey to find his real dad.
Bill and Peter's Bogus Journey
After his presidential limo breaks down in front of the Griffins' house, Bill Clinton and Peter become good friends.
No Meals on Wheels
The Griffin family comes into some money after finding a rare coin under their carpet. They decide to use this windfall to open a restaurant in Quahog. When business doesn't seem to be booming, Joe comes to the rescue by promising to make it the new local hangout for him and his friends. Peter assumes Joe's friends would be his cop buddies, but instead it's his disabled friends that arrive, much to Peter's chagrin.
Boys Do Cry
When Stewie vomits after chugging wine from the chalice in Sunday morning church, the Griffins are run out of Quahog by an angry mob of townspeople who fear that Stewie is possessed by the devil. The family escapes to Lois' sister's house in Texas where they each try to adapt to their new environment.