Carter and Tricia
Carter purchases Pawtucket Brewery and becomes Peter's new boss. With great pleasure, he forces Peter to assume a variety of humiliating roles. Peter overhears Carter order staff to illegally make beer cans out of dangerous and cheap materials.
Peter and the gang realize their new neighbor is none other than the New England Patriot's tight end, Rob Gronkowski.
After a "trouser malfunction" during a live Emmy broadcast, the FCC decides to "correct" some of Peter's beloved television shows. Frustrated, he decides to start his own television station so he can have control of the airwaves. Soon his ratings soar and the FCC steps in, not only censoring Peter's original programming, but his home life as well. The family loads up and heads to Washington to fight congress from banning indecent real life situations.
The Courtship of Stewie's Father
After Peter loses again as employee of the month, he devices a plan to brown nose his new boss Angela. Meanwhile, Stewie begins to act out at daycare. It becomes obvious to Lois that Stewie is missing his father. Peter and Stewie begin to bond, teaming up to torture Lois. She decides she's had enough abuse and splits up the pair, creating a tear in their relationship. Peter feeling guilty, takes Stewie to Disneyworld where they embark on an adventure of their own.
The Father, The Son and The Holy Fonz
Peter's father Francis (Charles Durning) pays a visit spawning a debate over religion after he finds out that Stewie hasn't been baptized. Not only does Francis force his religious views on his family but tainted holy water onto his youngest grandson as well.
Peter and Lois get a scare when Lois believes she is pregnant again. Although the test results turn out negative, Lois convinces Peter to get a vasectomy. Before the operation, Peter decides to freeze some sperm, and a mishap at the clinic causes the return of Bertram (Stewie's equally maniacal "sperm brother".
When Meg becomes an intern in Mayor West's office Brian decides to get out of the house as well, taking a part time job as a taxi driver. After receiving a hefty parking ticket, Brian is convinced that Mayor West's administration is corrupt and sets out to prove it.
Peter decides to write his own erotic novels financed by his father in law, Carter Pewterschmidt. A lawsuit involving the books leave Carter penniless and gives Peter the chance to show him just how the other half live.
You May Now Kiss the... uh... Guy Who Receives
Brian's cousin Jasper visits Quahog to announce his engagement to his partner, Phillipe. Lois struggles with her issues about the two men getting married. The wedding is to take place at the Griffins' house, but plans are halted when Mayor West intends to sign a bill banning gay marriage.