Peter’s nostalgia for the ’80s compels him to recreate iconic movie scenes from that decade; Stewie competes with Doug to retrieve a frisbee from the top of the jungle gym.
Quagmire pretends Brian is his dog when he meets an avid dog lover; Chris helps Stewie retrieve his stolen Halloween candy.
Peter and the guys tell stories of three rock legends while at an old record store: Jim Morrison, Muddy Waters and Elton John.
Lois decides to get LASIK surgery, but exploits her failing vision for personal gain; Peter, Chris and Stewie have to partake in activities with Doug that are neglected by his father.
Cleveland, Quagmire and Peter share stories of athletic accomplishments from their youth.
The Griffins adopt a cat that Brian believes is evil.
Meg endures a college admissions scandal caused by Peter and Lois; Brian goes on a fitness journey.
A couple at Stewie’s school mistake Peter and Lois for “younger parents” and invite them to live in a millennial apartment complex, leaving Meg and Chris home alone.
A microchip in Brian reveals that he once lived with another family, making it difficult for him to enjoy his life with the Griffins.
After feeling unappreciated by the family, Lois taps into her villainous side and attempts to win “Best Customer” at her favorite coffee shop.
Stewie experiences domestic life when he gets a mail-order bride from Ukraine; Peter and Chris become addicted to free hotel breakfast buffets.
Stewie builds a Terminator resembling Peter to destroy Lois for trying to make him eat broccoli, but his life is in danger when things don’t go as planned.