Peter is out driving with one of Chris' paintings in his car when a man stops him and offers to buy the painting. The man turns out to be a famous art critic from New York, who insists that Chris come with him to develop his talent. While everyone is thrilled at first, Chris starts to feel some misgivings over all that has changed in his life, and uses his art to explore what's really important to him. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
When Brian has the flashback about hanging out with Andy Warhol
in the 1970s, at one point he is doused with a large can of Campbell's soup. This is a reference to one of Warhol's most famous works of art, which depicted a hundred Campbell's soup cans. See more
In the beginning after Peter greets his friends at the park, a roller coaster called Metor is shown with a logo of a meteor (the ride name appears to be spelled incorrectly). See more
Wait a minute! I don't see any strippers handing out free tacos. Lois, you lied to me!