Lois gets the job of director for the Quahog community theater and decides to do a production of The King and I. Peter gets upset when he isn't chosen for a part, so Lois decides to make it up to him by naming him the producer. The changes that Peter then insists on create so much disruption for Lois, however, that she quits in anger and leaves him in charge. Free to express his own vision, Peter puts on a show that few will ever forget.
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[Lois has explained to Peter that he is a producer, not director
Then what am I supposed to do with my great ideas? Put them in a tub and clean myself with them? Because that's what soap is for, Lois.
References Hello, Dolly!
Music by Walter Murphy
Lyrics by Craig Hoffman
Performed by Peter Griffin, Brian Griffin, and the chorus See more