When Peter's dad is forced to retire, he is hired on at Peter's factory, but the old man quickly creates misery with his autocratic style. Peter's idea for getting him fired again -- convince him to kidnap the Pope.
When worldwide disasters usher in the new millennium, the Griffins relocate to a new town where Peter becomes the weapon-championing leader of the citizens of this new world, who eventually run the family out of town.
Brian in Love
A therapist tells Brian his carpet-wetting is the result of his repressed feelings for Lois.
Death Is a Bitch
In an attempt to avoid a hospital bill, Peter pretends he's dead, thereby attracting, then trying to outrun, Death. When Peter injures Death in a scuffle, he must temporarily take over Death's unpopular duties.
The King Is Dead
Peter wrestles control away from Lois during a Quahog Players theatre group production of "The King and I," making the play into a cyborg battle, complete with bikini-clad dancing girls.
I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar
Peter's sexist remarks at work land him face-to-face with feminist attorney Gloria Ironbacks, who sends him to a sensitivity training class that makes him too sensitive.