When Lois's Aunt Marguerite suddenly dies, Lois is surprised to learn that she stands to inherit Cherrywood Manor, Lois's summer home back when she lived with her rich, snobby parents.
Songs: Contours -- Do You Love Me
After Peter's devout Catholic, workaholic dad is forced to retire from his job at the mill, he moves in with the Griffins and vexes them all with his Bible-thumping ways (particularly Lois, who is Protestant).
Peter freaks out when a man in a chicken suit warns him about the end of the world coming due to the Y2K computer virus and ropes his family into staying with him in the basement on New Years' Eve.
When mysterious urine stains begin appearing around the Griffin house, Stewie is blamed and forced into being potty-trained. But when Brian has an accident at the supermarket, he is sent to therapy to find out why he keeps wetting himself.
Songs: Air Supply -- I'm All Out Of Love
Peter fights with his neighbors, Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland, after winning a trophy for a parade float. Meanwhile, Meg gets a job as a diner waitress to earn money for a Prada bag by telling the boss that she's a single mother with a crack-addicted baby (Stewie).
During a night of lovemaking, Peter finds a breast lump...on his own chest and fears it may be cancer. After days of worrying, Peter discovers that the lump isn't cancerous, but his medical bill is huge. To get out of paying it, Peter writes down that he's dead, prompting a visit from The Grim Reaper, who ends up incapacitated after breaking his ankle.
Songs: Paula Cole -- I Don't Want to Wait
After Lois inherits control over the Quahog players theater group, she decides to direct her first play, "The King and I", of which Peter inadvertently takes control.
Peter gets in trouble for telling a sexist joke at work and is forced to go on a women's retreat in order to be more sensitive to the opposite sex (and to keep his job at Happy-Go-Lucky Toys), but the therapy works too well as Peter begins acting too much like a woman.
Songs: Singer: Ray Charles Music: Joe Raposo -- “Three's Company” theme
When Peter learns that his favorite TV program, a cop drama called Gumbel 2 Gumbel, has been cancelled, Peter lies to a charity service, stating that his teenaged son, Chris, is dying and that his final wish is to have Gumbel 2 Gumbel put back on the air.
With the school's best interest in mind, Lois runs for school board unopposed. However, when Peter discovers that Lois agrees with the firing of his favorite former teacher, he jumps in the race and uses dirty tactics (and a dirty picture of his wife) to win the election.
When an art dealer discovers Chris's painting for Peter, The Griffins head to New York, where the art dealer attempts to change Chris into the art world's next big thing.
Meg sets her family up on a talk show after they embarrass her during a slumber party. However, when their wacky antics are seen on live television, a network executive thinks the Griffin family would make a great subject for a reality TV show.
Brian offers to pick Stewie up from visiting Lois's parents in Palm Springs, but Brian gets drunk at the airport and they miss their flight home. Meanwhile, Lois orders a relationship-building video, which Peter becomes addicted to when he discovers its secret pornographic content.
When toad-licking becomes the popular new drug of choice for the students of James Woods High, Peter goes undercover as a high schooler to stop it--but ends up dating popular girl, Connie D'Amico.
Songs: Simple Minds -- Don't You Forget About Me, Billy Ocean -- Get Out of My Dream, Get Into My Car
Lois enrolls Stewie in a daycare center when she worries about his social skills, where Stewie falls for a girl named Janet.
Meanwhile, Lois gets a job as an airline stewardess to combat her boredom at home, but Peter ends up taking advantage of the situation after Quagmire tells him that family members of stewardesses can travel on airplanes for free.
After ignoring Lois' advice, Peter gets tangled with the mob after they solve his car problem. The time comes for Peter to return the favor and the Don asks Peter take his obnoxious nephew, Big Fat Paulie to the movies.
Peter accidently puts a hit out on Lois.
Chris becomes self-conscious about his weight, so Peter helps him exercise. When the exercise doesn't work, Peter opts for Chris to get liposuction and ends up getting liposuction himself.
While fighting with City Hall over the right to dig in his own yard, Peter discovers that his house is not shown on the map of Quahog. Using his interesting loophole, Peter secedes his house and family from the United States and creates his own country.
Meg joins the newspaper team to boost her extracurricular activities so she can get into Brown. She writes an article about Mayor West wasting taxpayer money on an inane project, but Peter replaces Meg's newsworthy article with one that claims that Luke Perry (from the original Beverly Hills, 90210 cast) is a homosexual. Meanwhile, Stewie fits Chris with a mind-control helmet so he can force him to do his bidding.
Peter drinks himself stupid in order to find a golden ticket to the Pawtucket Patriot Brewery.
Meanwhile, Lois desperately searches for a excellent piano player for an upcoming competition...and finds one in Peter, who can only play like a pro when he's drunk.
When Peter realizes that Chris has no ambition, he sets his sights on being a father figure to Cleveland's hyperactive son, Cleveland, Jr. Meanwhile, Stewie gets a vaccination at the doctor's office, and thinks it's a mind-control serum when he begins to fall ill.