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.
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Did You Know?
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
George W. Bush appears here as a clean-cut, reasonably-intelligent character. In later seasons he is drawn different and redesigned as a childish idiot. See more
Peter, why would they make you president?
Probably because I can recite all 50 states in a quarter of a second.
[makes a loud, yelping sound that resembles a dog bark
Peter, that was just a loud yelping noise.