Despite being preoccupied with a murder accusation, Rock heeds his demanding manager's advice and appears on the Artie Mann Show, but his performance hits some sour notes. Meanwhile, Rock's buddy Bebop Jones advises him to give up.moreless
In this latest airing of a banned Eric Jonrosh masterpiece, 1950s jazz musician Rock Banyon is framed for the murder of a world-class scientist and Rock's former girlfriend. The police give Rock three days (not including today) before his execution to find the real killer.moreless
With time running out, Rock travels to Actual Mexico City to take a break from his investigation. There he runs into singer Delores DeWinter and picks up Dizzy the Cat. However, he soon returns to LA with his newfound friends to continue tracking down Fresno's killer.moreless
Seeking revenge, Cynthia's son Winston plans to destroy Devon once and for all at the Morehouse Gala for the Arts.
Cynthia visits the underwater institute to convince Devon to come back to Morehouse Conglomerated... and her. Meanwhile, her son Winston learns who his true father is and plots to secure his hold on Morehouse Conglomerate.moreless
After breaking off their vaguely incestuous tryst, Devon goes into underwater research while Cynthia and her son Winston take ruthless control of Morehouse Conglomerate, dividing the family.
Lois fears that Stewie needs to learn how to be social, so she sends him off to Pre-school, where he falls in love with Janet, a girl who likes his cookies. Meanwhile, Lois becomes a flight attendant, and Peter takes advantage of the free flights.moreless
Deconstructing Arnold: Everybody is sick of Arnold giving them advice of their lives, so they stop listening to him, but they get problems without his good advice.moreless