Peter Griffin thrives on the virtues of life, liberty and the pursuit of freebies. When he receives a clean bill of health from the hospital, he writes on his chart that he's dead so that he can skip out without paying. Peter might be able to cheat the doctors, but will he be able to cheat death?
Also in this volume, Peter has to attend sensitivity training and ends up at a women's retreat. Will this man's man get in touch with his feminine side?