High School English
After crashing his car into a stranger's home, Peter locks himself inside the library and takes this time to catch up on some of the classic American novels he never read in high school.
Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater
The solution to making good on a ten million dollar bid Peter makes at a charity auction seems to be donating a mansion Lois just inherited from an aunt -- until the building, formerly a warehouse, is deemed worthless.
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.
Love Thy Trophy
When Stewie is placed in a foster home because Meg falsely claims he's a crack baby in order to get bigger tips as a waitress, the neighborhood puts aside its differences to get him back.
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.