Just saw the episode from a couple of weeks ago. Peter's letter to Lois on her birthday when she was feeling insecure about her age was hilarious.
To my dearest Lois on her birthday,
What a journey we've had together. You know, life has a way of changing things. What were once two firm, impressive mountain peaks have become a barren, strip-mined, muddy landslide that droops ever downward. What were once pink and succulent rose pedals now take the form of a shredded, raggedy, blown-out end piece of a practical joker's exploding cigar. Lois, you may not be the young filly you were when I met you, but you're still my reliable old plow horse who's there each day to pull the plow, help around the barn, and let the husband horse slap a batch at her now and then. Well, I guess that's it. I love you, sweetheart. And I have a lovely gift of the batchslapping variety when I'm just the right amount of drunk.
Lois' resumé. It's been a while since I've had a job interview, can you check my resumé to make sure it's formatted correctly? Woman looks at resumé and sees Lois Patrice Griffin - Housewife 1992-Present.
Lois selling Mary Kay products.
Woman: What makes this shampoo different from the stuff I buy at the Supermarket?