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Meg (voice of Mila Kunis) is humiliated at school because of her big handbag. She's determined to buy an expensive Prada bag to fit in. After his theme ("The Episode of Who's the Boss Where Tony Sees Angela Naked in the Shower") is chosen for Quahog's annual Harvest Day Parade, Peter (voice of Seth MacFarlane) pulls the entire neighborhood together to build their street's float. Meg's job hunt strikes pay dirt when a diner owner sees her with Stewie (MacFarlane) and mistakes her for an unwed teen mother. Spooner Street wins the float competition! The neighbors immediately begin fighting over who gets to keep the Golden Clam trophy. Peter suggests displaying it over the street, but when the trophy goes missing, accusations fly. Meg continues to bring Stewie to work, where customers take pity on her and give her big tips. At the diner, Stewie has his first taste of pancakes, and quickly grows addicted to them. Meg tells restaurant patrons that Stewie is a crack baby to boost her income. She'll soon have that Prada bag. But one customer takes more than a passing interest in Stewie, and soon the child services people are at the Griffins' door. When Stewie is put in a foster home, the bickering neighbors join forces to get him out. The closing credits of this episode feature a comedic reference to Trainspotting.