Dr. C & The Women
Cleveland becomes a therapist.
Season: 13 Episode: 13
Total Episode Count: 244
Prod. no.: CACX10
First Aired: March 15, 2015
Featuring: Cleveland Brown, Meg Griffin
Also Appearing: Peter, Lois, Stewie, Brian, Chris, Joe, Quagmire, Mayor Adam West, Larry, Marla, Scott, Doc Martens, Amelia Bedelia
Musical Numbers: Peter's Closing Song
Director: Mike Kim
: Jonathan GebhartWriters
: Travis Bowe Storyboarders
: Rob Bou-Saab
, Orlando Gumatay
, Ron Smith Plot
At The Drunken Clam, Joe and Quagmire start to fight over which ocean is heavier until they are calmed down by Cleveland, who's skill leads Peter to suggest he take up a career as a therapist. He councils Mayor West, determining that he is really a psychopath and another gentleman with his relation with his dad. Back home, Lois nags Peter and he suggests that she talk to Cleveland, but when Lois has her session with him, it turns out that Peter is to blame.
Peter has trouble figuring out how he can be the problem until Lois tells him that it is due to his not spending time with her. She tries to teach Peter how to do the laundry and involves herself in his golf game. Fed up with Lois, he considers telling Donna about Cleveland sleeping with a stripper at his bachelor party. When he confronts him with his ultimatum, he sends Cleveland running.
At home, Donna calls Lois about not having seen Cleveland for two days and Peter tries to deny things, but Lois refuses to fall for it and sends him out to find him. At the Mini Mart hoping that he would show up, he provides kids with alcohol and weed. Driving around, they keep circling the mini golf course until Joe allows Peter to stop. Frustrated, they get some help from pop ups that leads them to Cleveland's old Deli, where he turns up. Apologizing, Cleveland is frustrated over not having a job since returning but Peter convinces him to hold on.
Meanwhile, Meg tries to raise money for the prom by selling her Beanie Babies and Quagmire suggests she take a job with the TSA at the airport. On the job, she does a good job taking care of passengers as rudely as possible, in addition, her partner Larry notes that she is the most attractive person there. When she is asked out by Larry, she incurs the wrath of Marla, another agent that has designs on Larry and is challenged to a fight, getting the better of her with an improvised blowtorch from confiscated items, but she vows revenge. Later, Larry confronts her about missing security tubs and finds them in her locker, firing her.
At home at the end of the day, Peter tries to show an interest in how things went with Meg, despite her suspicions that he is only stalling for time or is looking for something to insult her with. But when she starts to talk, he rushes the ending, cutting her off.