Peter embarks on a campaign to win an Emmy for Family Guy by making the show more like Emmy-winning shows.
Peter befriends the coolest guy ever and dumps Quagmire, Joe, and Cleveland.
The Griffins get a nanny for the kids; Peter and Lois get an opportunity to reconnect.
After Chris gets a special $1 bill for his birthday and quickly loses it, the dollar gets passed from character to character throughout Quahog.
In a special anthology-style episode, Peter gets fired from the brewery in the signature styles of three famous Hollywood film directors.
The Griffins force Brian to move out after he posts an offensive tweet that goes viral.
Vladimir Putin visits Quahog after Peter writes to him about discovering an alternate ending in the Russian version of one of his favorite films; Brian gets a job at a suicide hotline center and attempts romance with a co-worker.
Meg takes up drinking, which both concerns and delights her father; Brian spies on his neighbors and suspects Principal Shepherd of a crime.
A selfish Peter loses his Christmas spirit and is visited by ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future.
Brian is smitten with a female show dog and enters a show dog competition in which the winner gets to breed her; Peter and Lois go to extreme measures to try to convince Chris that Arthur Valentine doesn't exist.
Stewie and Brian get into a friendship-ending fight after Brian commits a terrible act to one of Stewie's beloved toys; Peter refuses to wash his hand after meeting his favorite breakfast cereal mascot, Boo Berry.
When Stewie gets sent to see his school's child psychologist for a surprising session, he reveals major secrets about himself.
Stewie and Brian are detectives who embark on solving a string of mysterious murders set in Victorian-era London.
After Peter and the guys get caught pretending to be military veterans, a judge sentences them to join the U.S. Coast Guard.
Brian convinces Stewie to teach him how to invest in the stock market; Peter, Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe look after the Drunken Clam while Jerome is away.
A reimagining of the show as a series that's been on the air for 60 years; a look back at the cultural events and issues tackled on the show through the decades.
To help get Brian's life in order, Stewie and Brian swap bodies using a machine that Stewie invents; chaos quickly ensues around Quahog when Stewie's machine goes haywire.
To help promote the brewery to millennials, Peter adopts the millennial lifestyle; his methods soon attract the attention of a high-powered Silicon Valley executive.
Quagmire loses his most treasured body part and must learn to live without it; Stewie and Brian search for Mort after learning there is a reward for turning him into the police for his involvement in a drug scam.