Candy Quahog Marshmallow!
As the guys go through Quagmire’s father’s old clothes, Peter finds a bunch of VHS tapes of a Korean soap opera called Winter Summer. It turns out Quagmire starred in the show years earlier while he was stationed in Busan with the Navy.
Stewie is having trouble falling asleep, so Peter decides to read him three fairytales from the Brothers Grimm. As he reads, familiar Quahogians become characters in the stories.
Mom's the Word
After some questionable food choices, Peter accidentally soils himself at work. Ashamed, he heads home and finds all of his family and friends have gathered there. He thinks they're going to make fun of him, but they're actually there to deliver some sad news-his mother, Thelma, has passed away.
3 Acts of God
It's football season and the Patriots have just lost their tenth game in a row. A disgruntled Peter joins Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland at The Clam to drink and complain about their home team. Peter suddenly has an epiphany while watching the post-game show: the teams that defeat the Patriots consistently thank God for carrying them to victory.
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.
Herpe the Love Sore
Stewie is fascinated by the blood oath in The Outlaw Josey Wales and begs Brian to perform the same ritual with him. After some nagging, Brian finally relents. They cut their palms and firmly shake hands, thus becoming blood brothers. The next morning, Stewie wakes up to find his lip has broken out with herpes sores.
Baby Got Black
Chris hits it off with Pam, a black girl from school who happens to be Jerome's daughter. Jerome doesn't approve because he thinks Chris is just interested in sex.