Peter begins to write a novel, which gets him into trouble, for a certain reason. He has wrote the book under the name of Carter Puwterschmit, which gets him sued and left bank-rupt. Barbra leaves him, and Carter ends up living with Peter & Lois in there house.
Did You Know?
Originally the production crew asked Angela Lansbury
to appear in this episode as the narrator of Peter's novel. She turned it down due to the nature of the episode, and Betty White
was signed on instead. On the commentary of this episode Seth MacFarlane
himself says "She would appear in a film called Bedknobs and Broomsticks
(1971) but thinks that this episode is too pornographic!" See more
When Peter and Carter are at the bus stop, there's a sign behind them that reads 'Yes Were Open', where the apostrophe is missing in 'were' completely changing the word from we're to were. See more
What do you want, homo?
Syndication cuts the scene where Peter and Carter try to sell Meg pot. See more
References The Tracey Ullman Show
Roll To Me
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