After Chris neglects his responsibilities, Peter tries to teach him to be more mature by getting him a job as a ball collector at a driving range. While at the range, Cleveland's hyperactive son shows an amazing aptitude for golf, leading Peter to offer to be his mentor. Can Peter hold Cleveland Jr.'s attention long enough to get him to the big tournament? Written by
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The title is a parody on golf and a term used to describe our ancestors "forefathers". See more
Joe tells his son, Kevin, that the duffel bag is only half zipped while it is, in fact, completely unzipped. See more
Lois told me to clean the windows, wash the siding, and clean the gutters. To most normal guys, that's three jobs. To Peter Griffin and his big hose, that's one job.
You're not working hard, Peter. You're working smart.
References Hogan's Heroes