When Mr. Pewterschmidt has a heart attack, Peter takes over his business.
Peter develops amnesia while appearing on the game show "Family Feud;" Lois goes on a date with Quagmire after Peter returns home with another woman.
Peter participates in a rodeo; Meg dates a prison escapee.
Peter believes he possesses psychic powers; Chris falls for a classmate with Down's Syndrome.
Stewie impersonates an actress to land a role in an Americanized version of a British children's program; Lois falls for Meg's handsome new boyfriend.
Peter turns journalist after TMZ buys his amateur video; Peter is sexually-harassed by his boss.
Brian's television pilot script gets picked up by a network, but he's horrified when changes are made to his concept; Chris and Meg accidentally knock Stewie unconscious.
When a black hole threatens to destroy the Earth, Peter tells Lois he doesn't like their children.
In their own unique way, Stewie and Brian bond after being locked in a bank vault; the pair host a series of never-before-seen musical numbers from the show.
Quagmire is stunned when his father announces he's having a sex change operation.
Peter and his friends take full advantage of Quagmire's "family and friends" airline discount and decide to take a trip to San Francisco. While flying back to Quahog, the plane they're on gets hi-jacked by three terrorists.
Peter and the gang realize their new neighbor is none other than the New England Patriot's tight end, Rob Gronkowski.
Peter, Joe, Cleveland, and Quagmire want to do an activity together so they decide to start a podcast. After a horrendous start, Peter accidently plays multiple songs and is mistaken for a DJ by a club owner.