Peter discovers he can skip out of work by taking smoke breaks. He begins smoking to dodge other tasks and soon gets addicted. When he wakes up one day with sunken cheeks and gray skin, Lois pushes him to visit a smoking rehab clinic.
The Most Interesting Man in the World
Peter attends theater shows, museums, and other high culture events across the country. Eventually, he transforms into a sophisticated and scholarly individual.
Peter and Meg bond during a college visit to Vermont. The two party all night resulting in Meg missing out on an important interview. Lois begins to worry that Peter is becoming too much of a distraction and warns Meg not to get too attached, but Meg is just happy to be getting positive attention from her father for the first time.
Stewie is happily watching the season finale of his favorite British television program when Chris and Peter suddenly show up in the living room, playing a game where they run around and hit each other with mattresses. Peter knocks Chris into the television set, which breaks and leaves Stewie furious because he can't watch his show. He throws a tantrum and gets sent to his room, where he decides to rebuild his time machine and use it to prevent his birth into the Griffin family.