|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||20|
|Original release||September 27, 2015 –|
May 22, 2016
The series follows the dysfunctional Griffin family, consisting of father Peter, mother Lois, daughter Meg, son Chris, baby Stewie and the family dog Brian, who reside in their hometown of Quahog. Season 14 contains the series' 250th episode, which is the season premiere.
During this season, the guys head to South Korea after discovering Quagmire's past as a Korean soap-opera star ("Candy, Quahog Marshmallow"), Chris becomes a registered sex offender ("An App a Day"), Stewie has a nightmare and sends Brian into his mind to find the root of the problem ("A Lot Going on Upstairs"), Stewie builds a robot friend ("Guy, Robot"), Peter's drunken antics gets the town's drinking age raised to 50 years old ("Underage Peter"), Brian and Stewie get hooked on Adderall ("Pilling Them Softly"), Peter reunites with his bullying estranged sister ("Peter's Sister"), and Chris runs for homecoming king ("Run, Chris, Run").
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|250||1||"Pilling Them Softly"||Jerry Langford||Hayes Davenport||September 27, 2015||CACX17||2.87|
|When Stewie is diagnosed with ADHD, he receives a prescription for ADHD meds. Brian, who initially protests against kids freely being put on ADHD medication regardless of whether or not they have the condition, soon learns of the pills' productive benefits and uses them to write a book proposal to author George R. R. Martin. Meanwhile, Peter and Quagmire compete against one another to decide who gets to keep their own cooking show.|
|251||2||"Papa Has a Rollin' Son"||Steve Robertson||Danny Smith||October 4, 2015||CACX18||3.56|
|Peter, Cleveland, and Quagmire set out to find Joe's estranged father (voiced by Ed O'Neill), when Father's Day approaches. However, when they learn that Joe's father hates handicapped people, Peter volunteers to pretend to be Joe. Meanwhile, Stewie befriends a tiny Tom Cruise when he is disappointed to learn that he will grow up to be 5'1".|
|252||3||"Guy, Robot"||Mike Kim||Chris Regan||October 11, 2015||DACX02||2.79|
|Stewie builds himself a new robot friend after he and Brian get themselves into a fight. Meanwhile, Lois forces Peter to buy a new mattress.|
|253||4||"Peternormal Activity"||Greg Colton||Chris Sheridan||October 25, 2015||CACX16||3.85|
|Disappointed at the theater by a horror sequel, Peter and the guys decide they can make a better horror movie. They sneak into an abandoned asylum for inspiration. However, they accidentally murder a man and attempt to blame it on someone else. Meanwhile, Brian acts more pretentious wearing glasses, which Stewie vows to destroy. Unfortunately all attempts fail including Chris accidentally locking himself, Stewie and Brian in a Sauna. Stewie therefore resorts to violence and almost blinding Brian in the result smashes them off his face with a baseball bat. He then leaves Brian to cry out in pain with his eyes bleeding as shards of the broken lenses end up in his eyes.|
|254||5||"Peter, Chris, & Brian"||Joe Vaux||Patrick Meighan||November 8, 2015||DACX03||2.58|
|Peter finds an old video tape, when returning to his mother's old house to retrieve his porn collection. When he views the video tape, he realizes that he is a failure. Because of this, Peter forces Chris to spend time with Brian, so he doesn't turn out a failure as well.|
|255||6||"Peter's Sister"||John Holmquist||Tom Devanney||November 15, 2015||DACX04||2.91|
|When Peter's estranged sister, Karen, who is a wrestler, comes to visit for Thanksgiving, Meg finds that Karen is a bully who treats Peter the same way he treats her. Peter decides to become a female wrestler in order to defeat his sister in the ring.|
|256||7||"Hot Pocket-Dial"||Steve Robertson||Aaron Lee||November 22, 2015||DACX06||3.37|
|Quagmire discusses with Ida that he is in love with Lois, during an accidental pocket dial to Peter. Peter becomes furious with Quagmire over this, which results in Lois attempting to resolve the situation.|
|257||8||"Brokeback Swanson"||Julius Wu||Ted Jessup||December 6, 2015||DACX07||3.63|
|When Peter and the guys decide to run with the bulls, Joe is injured during the run and becomes a quadriplegic. Meanwhile, Brian sleeps with a woman, who is married to a Navy SEAL who is still bitter over not being credited for killing Osama bin Laden. In order to avoid the ire of her husband, he pretends to be their new dog.|
|258||9||"A Shot in the Dark"||Brian Iles||Mike Desilets||December 13, 2015||DACX05||3.74|
|Due to Peter's couch being stolen from his lawn, he forms a neighborhood watch group. While on duty, Peter accidentally shoots Cleveland Jr. and is immediately arrested for a hate crime and branded a racist when he accidentally burns Cleveland's lawn and witnesses misinterpret his cries for help as a slur against him. When Peter apologizes to Cleveland, Cleveland voluntarily takes the blame for the crime.|
|259||10||"Candy, Quahog Marshmallow"||Joseph Lee||Cherry Chevapravatdumrong||January 3, 2016||DACX01||3.26|
|When Peter and the guys find out that Quagmire starred in a Korean soap opera, they set out to find the final tape of the series. Unable to do so, they travel to Korea in order to find it. When they arrive in Korea, Quagmire ends up falling in love with his co-star/former lover, Sujin.|
|260||11||"The Peanut Butter Kid"||Greg Colton||Artie Johann||January 10, 2016||DACX08||3.92|
|After the Griffin family's bank account begins to run dry, Peter and Lois have Stewie star in a peanut butter commercial. Peter and Lois soon start getting hooked on making Stewie a child star, which causes Brian to be concerned about their motives.|
|261||12||"Scammed Yankees"||Jerry Langford||Ray James||January 17, 2016||DACX09||3.40|
|Peter and Carter go to Africa to get their money back after they are swindled in an e-mail scam. Meanwhile, Brian pursues Meg's friend, Patty after finding out she has a hot body.|
|262||13||"An App a Day"||Mike Kim||Anthony Blasucci||February 14, 2016||DACX12||2.57|
|When Peter overloads his phone with apps, he gets a new one and gives the old one to Chris, ending with him becoming a registered sex offender when he sends a picture of his privates to a girl; meanwhile, Brian and Stewie join a tennis club.|
|263||14||"Underage Peter"||Joseph Lee||Shawn Ries||February 21, 2016||DACX13||2.72|
|Thanks to dog years, Brian is the only one old enough to drink when Mayor West raises the drinking age to 50 following Peter's latest drunken rampage, so Peter makes Brian buy his beer.|
|264||15||"A Lot Going on Upstairs"||Joe Vaux||Steve Callaghan||March 6, 2016||DACX11||2.74|
|Peter turns the attic into a man cave when Stewie begins to have nightmares and refuses to sleep in his own bed, so he builds a device for Brian to go into his dreams and help him face his fears.|
|265||16||"The Heartbreak Dog"||Brian Iles||Lew Morton||March 13, 2016||DACX14||2.98|
|Brian kisses Bonnie during her 46th birthday party and she (briefly) leaves Joe. Meanwhile, Meg starts stealing from a retirement home after the residents she volunteered to help mistreat her.|
|266||17||"Take a Letter"||John Holmquist||Kevin Biggins||April 17, 2016||DACX15||2.93|
|Lois takes a job as a postal worker to pay for Stewie's private school, and discovers a letter Peter wrote to an old girlfriend, who tries to come between them. Meanwhile, Stewie befriends a fellow student named Chadley and enlists Brian to help impress him.|
|267||18||"The New Adventures of Old Tom"||Steve Robertson||Travis Bowe||May 8, 2016||DACX16||2.76|
|Peter ends up getting lost in the Quahog Mall overnight after his family abandons him. Meanwhile, Brian attempts to win over a girl by pretending to be a millionaire.|
|268||19||"Run, Chris, Run"||Julius Wu||Damien Fahey||May 15, 2016||DACX17||2.65|
|Chris gets elected homecoming king, but Meg discovers that the cool kids only voted for him in order to prank him. Meanwhile, Peter and the gang get jealous when Cleveland starts hanging out with Jerome, so they try to get him back.|
|269||20||"Road to India"||Greg Colton||Danny Smith||May 22, 2016||DACX18||2.59|
|Brian and Stewie go to India to find a tech support worker with whom Brian has fallen in love. Meanwhile, Peter becomes the center of attention when Joe invites him to bingo night.|
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