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
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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When Brian and Seabreeze are caught by the police in the sleazy motel, the news photo freeze resembles the famous photo of Elian Gonzales being removed from his relatives' home in Florida. See more
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You should find some common ground with your father-in-law, Peter. Figure out what he likes and study up on it.
Hey, that's a great idea. I'll learn how to act like a rich guy. In fact, I'm going to start right now.
[turns to Bob Cratchit from A Christmas Carol working at his desk in the corner
Cratchit! You're working through Christmas!
But sir, what of Tiny Tim?
Bah! He and his ukulele shall go wanting.