The laugh track was a bit annoying at times and did tend to get in the way; however, there were enough real chuckles in this episode to make up for it.
My biggest surprise was finding some of the best lines and situations were not shown in the trailers.
Peter makes an offer to sell Meg to Mort's son Neil in exchange for canceling the debt.
Mort agrees, but Neil has already found a new girlfriend.
When Peter learns that Mort's pharmacy runs a tab system, he goes crazy buying everything he can get his hands on.
Unfortunately, he doesn't realize that he eventually has to pay for everything, and ends up thousands of dollars in debt.
Meg becomes unexpectedly jealous and hunts desperately for a boyfriend to make Neil jealous; she ends up settling for Jake Tucker, who only wants her to buy him some BB's.
She finally tells Neil that she wants to be his girlfriend and signs the original contract to prove her sincerity; the Goldmans quickly put her to work as a slave, putting on Neil's pajamas and plowing a field in their front yard.
Peter offers to sell Meg to the Goldmans to settle the bill, offering a contract; Mort agrees, but everyone is shocked to discover that Neil has started dating another girl named Cecilia.Stewie, meanwhile, falls in love with his new babysitter. Mort Goldman, the pharmacist, offers to open a tab for him; Peter quickly begins spending unnecessarily.The question is, why would a "work visa" be needed for a US citizen in the last episode of the show's run?That doesn't make sense Generally speaking, the plot was much better than I was expecting.