While on duty at the Mini-Mart, Chris asks Peter for some advice about his sexuality, but Peter - ignoring the fact that his son has asked him a question - decides that he is being sexually harassed and threatens to sue. The store owner responds by giving Peter a coupon redeemable for free gasoline for a year. Lois decides that the family should go on a vacation to Grand Canyon. As the Griffins are packing up to leave, a sleep-famished Stewie wanders from his car seat and goes into the house to sleep. Everyone fails to notice that Stewie is not in the car - he has been left home alone. As the other Griffins partake in road-trip activities - such as singing Bette Midler's "The Rose" and engaging with Glenn in a road rage incident - Stewie frolics around the house, doing whatever he pleases. When the Griffins arrive at the site of the 9/11 attacks in New York City, Lois finally sees that Stewie is not in the car and must have been left behind at home. Lois calls Quagmire and Cleveland ... Written by
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The speech Joe recites while polishing his wheelchair is a paraphrase of the US Marine Corps Rifleman's Creed, substituting the word "wheelchair" for "rifle". See more
Peter insists upon taking his birds on the family vacation. He is shows loading them, but they are never seen or heard from again (for example, we hear no squawking in the car and they aren't seen flying from the wreckage when the car goes over.) See more
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References The Office