When the brewery announces it will be firing one employee, Peter is nervous he will be the one let go; the family departs on a Yacht Rock cruise that doesn't go as expected.
Peter and his friends are sick of forgetting the lucrative business ideas they come up with while drinking, so they strap on Joe's police body cams to record their every move; Quagmire tries to come to terms with an unexpected family development.
When Stewie receives a participation medal in his school's toddler games, he begins to question everything he has ever won; Peter causes a fight between Lois' parents and must repair the damage he caused.
After the network decides it is time to reboot the series, three versions of the reboot are shown to a focus group, which produces some surprising feedback.
When Quagmire opens a cat café in town, Brian decides to take a stand to get the café shut down; when Meg and Brian get in trouble at school, Lois becomes nervous and decides they need to go to church camp to find their way.
The Wi-Fi goes out in the Griffin house, leaving the family with nothing to do for the evening; Peter and Lois decide to tell the kids the story of how they met and fell in love in the '90s.
In celebration of Peter and Lois' anniversary, the Griffins recount their own versions of three well-known love stories.
When Lois hosts a special Thanksgiving dinner for her family, Peter decides the best way to avoid it is to get arrested; a secret that Stewie has been keeping from everyone is revealed.
Meg has a surprising response after she takes Stewie to the mall to meet Santa; Brian must help Stewie process the experience.
When Lois gets a job as the music teacher at Chris and Meg's school, a mean student decides to make Lois the target of her antics.
When Brian accidentally becomes a local hero, an old street pal -- and now a successful millionaire dog -- reaches out and tries to convince him to get neutered; Lois gets a pixie cut against Peter's wishes, so Peter retaliates.
Peter secretly gets a credit card and overspends the family money, so Lois grounds him; to plan the perfect escape, Peter builds a tunnel leading directly to The Drunken Clam.
Stewie's lush retirement is interrupted by Brian, who brings news that Peter is dying.
When Peter starts coaching for Quahog's minor league baseball team, he gets constipated during the national anthem and must kneel, unintentionally becoming the face of racial justice.
Stewie builds a machine that will allow him to remain smart forever, but it transforms him into what he should have always been -- an actual baby.
Peter's nonstop sweating becomes a liability at his company, so his boss tells him to work from home; Stewie and Chris cause thousands of dollars in damage to an electronics store.
With a newfound love for rocking out to Van Halen, Peter has a car accident and falls into a coma.
When Meg is erroneously reported to have died in a car crash, she goes along with the story to start a new life elsewhere; the Griffins experience a life without Meg.
Cooped up in a hotel room due to a big storm, the Griffins pass the time by reimagining three stories from the Bible.