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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One of the cigarette company posters features Peter as Joe Camel. See more
When at the Red Sox game, Stewie trades his baseball for a bat with a child next to him, then hits him with the bat and takes his baseball back. The shot pans away, when it returns to The Griffins Stewie is holding neither and is sitting next to a grown man. See more
I'm so glad you talked us all into playing hooky.
Me, too. Hey, maybe we can get on TV if we take our shirts off and run onto the field.
Peter, I'm not taking my shirt off.
[lifting up Lois's shirt, exposing her bra
There, now they're old news.
[embarrassed, pulling her shirt back down