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Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase move to Quahog.
Season 8 : Ep. 3|21:53
In "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas", she has a nervous breakdown when just about everything goes wrong, throws a destructive tantrum, and is subdued with a tranquilizer shot by a police sniper. Lois explains her role as a mother and homemaker by saying that feminism is about choice, that she chose not to have a job, and that she should not be stereotyped as a housewife. In the episode "It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One", she gets into an argument with Mayor Adam West, threatens to run against him for mayor of Quahog, and wins the election. However, she eventually quits after discovering the difficulty of ignoring special interests and maintaining her integrity while in politics.[
Lois's morals can seem questionable at times. Lois went through a brief period of kleptomania in the episode "Breaking Out Is Hard to Do", for which she went to prison. She also showed a gambling addiction when the family went to an Indian casino in "The Son Also Draws" during the first season. Various episodes have hinted that Lois is a drug user, but this is shown most clearly in "Deep Throats". She revealed that she smoked marijuana when she was pregnant with Stewie, a claim backed-up by series creator Seth MacFarlane on a DVD commentary. Also, when asked by Peter where she got a tattoo on her lower back, she replied, 'I don't know Peter, meth is a hell of a drug' (Prick Up Your Ears). She also hints that she engaged in similar activities when a younger Meg was around. When Meg is thought to have become pregnant, Lois tells her to "smoke and drink a lot" (when Meg doesn't want to have an abortion, which Lois hinted at beforehand) She also mentions, "but don't start then chicken out half way or you end up with Chris," which implies she smoked and consumed alcohol while pregnant with Chris.