Lois' aunt Marguerite comes to visit and promptly drops dead on the Griffin's doorstep. In her will, she leaves Lois her mansion in Newport, and urges her niece to abandon life as a suburban housewife and come live as she was meant to. With Brian's help, Peter soon gets into the swing of high society life, but as usual he goes overboard and gets himself in trouble. How will he get out of the hole he's dug for himself now that he owes the Historical Society $100 million? Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
"This House Is Freakin' Sweet" was written with the intent of using the melody Charles Strouse
wrote for "I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here," from Annie
(1982). However, it was decided to use a sound-alike melody instead in order to gain eligibility for an Emmy Award. See more
As Peter tells his rat story, Lois' earrings change from white to blue. See more
Yeah, it just wouldn't be Christmas without your parents.
[Flash to Peter at Christmas in front of a fireplace at Lois' parents. "The First Noel" is playing in the background. Carter throws his pocket watch in front of the fireplace
Oh, I dropped my watch. Peter, would you be a sport and fetch it for me?
Sure thing, Mr. Pewterschmidt.
[Carter kicks Peter into the fire. He screams and runs and is on fire
Oh dear, we've got to put that out!
[Carter beats Peter with a log
This House Is Freakin' Sweet
Performed by Seth MacFarlane
, Alex Borstein
, Lacey Chabert
, Seth Green
and Chorus Line See more