Peter, Cleveland, and Quagmire are super excited about going to the Seriously Wicked Bull Run, but they're worried that Joe would be dead weight.
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.
When Quagmire loses his job as an airline pilot because of Peter's shenanigans, the Griffins have Glenn live in their home. Lois soon becomes upset with Quagmire's extended stay so Peter and the guys concoct a plan to get their buddy his job back.
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.
No Chris Left Behind
Chris gets expelled from James Woods High because he has the lowest test scores in the entire school. The family visits a few different institutions but none that seem to work for Chris. Lois' father, Carter, then gets Chris admitted to a fancy private academy, but he doesn't fit in with the rest of the students.
Meet the Quagmires
When Peter bumps into Death at The Drunken Clam one evening, he gets nostalgic about what it would be like to relive his life as an 18-year old. Death grants him this wish and Peter and Brian are sent back to 1984 where they meet up with Cleveland, Quagmire, Joe and Lois in hip 80's styles. While visiting the past, Peter screws up his present day, now married to Molly Ringwald while Lois has a family with Quagmire.