Joe's son, who was reported missing in Iraq, suddenly and unexpectedly appears during Thanksgiving dinner, but the story of his disappearance doesn't add up.
When Chris's painting is championed by a snobby New York gallery owner who alienates Peter, Peter decides to exploit Meg's bird whistling talents.
Although Chris rejects the idea of liposuction in his efforts to lose weight, Peter becomes addicted to plastic surgery.
A technicality allows the Griffin home to secede from the U.S. as an independent country, but Peter's abrasive behavior towards his neighbors prompts sanctions against "Petoria" by the federal government.
Meg writes an unflattering newspaper article on Mayor Adam West, which Peter discovers before press time and replaces with an article claiming that actor Luke Perry is gay. Peter then tries to seduce Perry to prove the validity of the article.
Brian receives a call from his son, Dylan Flannigan, who wants to reconnect with him. At first, Brian is hesitant to meet up, but changes his tune when he discovers Dylan is the star of a new television show.
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