Peter heads to Hollywood with Quahog newsanchor Tom Tucker, who once played a killer in a slasher flick, to try to reinvigorate Tom's career. Meanwhile, Chris falls for a girl who looks just like the girl who married dear old dad.
When a boatload of Mercedes-Benzes sinks in Quahog harbor, Peter, Joe and Quagmire hop in a fishing boat to salvage cars for themselves. They can't, but they do meet a talking dolphin (voice of Ricky Gervais), who soon moves in with the Griffins.
Peter joins the Tea Party and campaigns to shut down Quahog's municipal government after his illegal business is shut down. His campaign succeeds, but it's his tycoon father-in-law, Carter Pewterschmidt, who reaps the benefits.
Three mini-episodes. In the first, a genie grants Peter three wishes and he ends up being propositioned by Catherine Zeta-Jones (voice of Alex Borstein). Then, exposure to toxic waste gives the Griffins super powers (one per Griffin). Finally, in flashback (more…)