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.
When Meg becomes an intern in Mayor West's office Brian decides to get out of the house as well, taking a part time job as a taxi driver. After receiving a hefty parking ticket, Brian is convinced that Mayor West's administration is corrupt and sets out to prove it.
Peter decides to write his own erotic novels financed by his father in law, Carter Pewterschmidt. A lawsuit involving the books leave Carter penniless and gives Peter the chance to show him just how the other half live.
You May Now Kiss the... uh... Guy Who Receives
Brian's cousin Jasper visits Quahog to announce his engagement to his partner, Phillipe. Lois struggles with her issues about the two men getting married. The wedding is to take place at the Griffins' house, but plans are halted when Mayor West intends to sign a bill banning gay marriage.
The Griffin family are visited by ghosts when Peter unearths an ancient Native American skull in their backyard. After some spooky encounters in the house, the family flees in an attempt to figure out how to return things back to normal.
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.