Eight rules for dating my teenage
Neil tells Meg that he only wants her to be with him if she wants to be with him, tears up the contract, and quickly reconciles with his previous girlfriend.
Meg’s relief quickly gives way to renewed jealousy.
no.: 4ACX11 First Aired: July 10, 2005 Guest Starring: Joanna Garcia Featuring: Peter Griffin, Meg Griffin, Mort Goldman, Neil Goldman Also Appearing: Stewie, Lois, Chris, Brian, Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Colin Farrell, Rupert, La Dawn, Jeremy, Santos & Pasquel, Paula Poundstone, Cicillia, Jake Tucker, Dustin Hoffman, Predator, Tundro & Gloop, Therapist Joe Director: Greg Colton Assistant Director: Steve Fonti Writers: Patrick Meighan Storyboarders: Young Lee Plot: When Peter goes to the pharmacy to buy condoms, he realizes he has forgotten his wallet.
He buys eight cases of syrup of ipecac so he can hold a vomiting contest with Brian, Chris and Stewie; however, it was a complete failure, although Chris technically wins. In desperation, Peter seizes upon a picture of Mort’s son Neil, who is infatuated with Meg.
He is soon overwhelmed by the responsibility of being the father of teenage daughters and misses being a sports writer.
Paul begins writing a column from home about his struggles with his children and offers advice to people who are in his same position.
After the novelty of newly added ensemble characters wore off, the show shortly returned to its roots.
Mort Goldman, the pharmacist, offers to open a tab for him; Peter quickly begins spending unnecessarily.
8 Simple Rules (originally known as 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter) is an American television sitcom that originally aired on ABC from September 17, 2002, to April 15, 2005, with 76 episodes in three seasons. Bruce Cameron's self-improvement book of the same name.
The show starred John Ritter until his death on September 11, 2003.
Bruce Cameron's book 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter.
The rules are: The third season took a creative turn, revolving more around cousin C. and Jim, the grandfather, than the immediate Hennessy family, more specifically not revolving around the raising of the Hennessy girls.