Brian agrees to help out Peter by entering a dog show, but then quits in mid-performance when commanded to beg. After storming out of the house following an argument with Peter, Brian gets stopped by the police for using a drinking fountain meant for people, and finally ends up under arrest and facing the death penalty for biting someone. Only now when it looks like he will be taken away from them forever, does the family realize how important Brian is.
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In the courtroom, Brian tries to cite a case, called Plessy v. Ferguson, as precedent. Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), is a landmark United States Supreme Court decision in the jurisprudence of the United States, upholding the constitutionality of state laws requiring racial segregation in public facilities under the doctrine of "separate but equal". See more
When Meg arrives home early in the show she immediately stands in front of an air conditioner. Minutes later it is learned that the winner of the dog show earns $500. Lois states that they can use the money to get the air conditioner fixed. See more
[after he brings Brian home from the streets; to Peter
And the fine is $10.00.
Now you behave yourself, little guy. Understand?
[sarcastically in a Southern voice
Oh Lordy, Lordy I'll never roam again!
[Peter closes the door
Spoofs Midnight Express