When the Happy-Go-Lucky Toy Factory is bought out by a tobacco company, Peter gets promoted to an executive position. Everyone in the family is thrilled with his newfound success until it turns out that his bosses want him to lobby Congress for favorable tobacco legislation. Peter rationalizes his job for a while, but eventually sees the damage it's doing to his family. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Peachtree TV's ad for this episode is the moment where a lobster grabs Peter's eye. The syndicated print's ad covers Meg's eco-boost. See more
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[on being President of the tobacco company
And you won't believe all the perks we're getting!
Uhh... can I help you?
Some company hired me to stand next to you all day so you'd look better by comparison.
That's ridiculous! I don't need...
Hey Meg, did you get less ugly?
[grabbing onto the ugly girl