Stewie Loves Lois
Stewie almost loses his beloved bear Rupert when a stray dog snatches him out of Stewie's hands at the park. Lois saves Rupert and stitches him up good as new. After this act of bravery, Stewie realizes how much he loves his mother, but how long with this relationship last?
Hell Comes to Quahog
When Peter leaves Meg behind at the roller rink after he was supposed to pick her up, she decides to get her own car. The family heads out to the local car lot but when Meg picks out a nice reliable sedan, Peter insists on getting her a tank. Behind the wheel of the assault vehicle, Peter causes havoc throughout town finally ending with Joe impounding it. In order to buy a car on her own, Meg then takes a job at Superstore USA, which has just moved into Quahog.
Whistle While Your Wife Works
After blowing his fingers off lighting firecrackers, Peter needs Lois to help him do his work so that he doesn't lose his job. Meanwhile, Brian is spending a lot of time out of the house and Stewie realizes that he is dating a new woman. After much persuasion, Brian finally agrees to take Stewie to meet this mystery woman, Jillian. At first Stewie is very impressed; she's stunning, but after a few minutes he realizes she is a moron.
Prick Up Your Ears
When Lois learns that proper sex education is not being taught at Meg's high school, she decides to teach the class herself. All goes well until a conservative speaker tells the kids to abstain from intercourse, causing the kids to instead have "ear sex."
Peter learns the joys of the "chick flick" after Lois forces him to go see the movie "Autumn's Piano." Inspired by this film, he decides to make a movie of his own starring his friends and family. After years of not seeing his old flame Olivia, Stewie attempts to attempts to act older in order to gain her affection. He wins her over, but their relationship is strained after marriage and the presence of another man.
With the police force away, Joe recruits his buddies to fill the vacancies in the Quahog Police Department. Meanwhile, Brian reluctantly agrees to take Meg to her school dance. She is thrilled and falls madly in love with Brian. He tells Meg that it was a mistake and they are to remain only friends, but Meg doesn't handle this rejection well and begins to stalk Brian.
Untitled Griffin Family History
When burglars break into the Griffin's house, Peter guides his wife and kids up to a panic room in the attic. Fearing that he might not survive the ordeal, Peter recounts the tale of the Griffin family history, from early man all the way up to World War II Germany.