In an effort to finally be accepted by Lois' parents, Peter tries to become more cultured. His efforts fail, however, until he's invited to play poker with his father-in-law's friends, Bill Gates, Michael Eisner and Ted Turner. He wins them over, and soon starts feeling like one of the family. Brian, meanwhile, feels his sex drive starting to run wild, until he finally loses control with one of Mr. Pewterschmidt's prize racing dogs. Written by
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Did You Know?
Carter mentions that one of his poker buddies is going to bring over his Stretch Armstrong. Stretch Armstrong a real toy, not something made up for the show. It is manufactured by Cap Toys, and is, as the name implies, a rubber man that can be stretched. See more
When Brian walks out to meet Seabreeze he has no tag on his collar. But then as he walks by and begins talking to Mr. Pewderschmidt his tag reappears. See more
Would you like a piece of candy?
I smell death on you!
References Sixteen Candles