Barack Obama (born August 4, 1961) is the 44th and current President of the United States. He is the first African American to hold the office. Obama was the junior United States Senator from Illinois from January 2005 until November 2008, when he resigned following his election to the presidency. Obama was reelected to a second term as President in November 2012.
Peter references Barack Obama's Presidential Campaign's key words "Hope" and "Change" when he gives the homeless man "Hope" instead of change in "Tales of a Third Grade Nothing".
In "New Kidney in Town", Chris Griffin is chosen to introduce President Obama at school after winning an essay contest, however, he and his sister Meg, the proper author, end up doing so. Obama arrives at James Woods Regional High School for the ceremony assembly, and performs "Honestly Sincere" in a golden outfit with a gold and black guitar. MacFarlane provides Obama's voice.
"Cool Hand Peter" opens with a discussion of Barack Obama as part of Cleveland's welcome back to Quahog.
The election of President Obama is mentioned as part of several milestones of the guys while sitting in their favorite booth at The Drunken Clam in "Herpe, the Love Sore" when it is taken over by three tough guys.
In an extended scene in "Stewie Is Enceinte", Stewie asks Dr. Hartman if they should send the bill to President Obama following his prenatal care examination. A cutaway to Obama shows him making one of his speeches about the benefit of the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as "Obamacare." He uses Stewie's persona of "Rayleen Griffin" as one of his examples of people who would benefit. In the audience, Stewie sits with Michelle Obama and asks to talk with her about the place where they have been given a room while in town.
When trying to break in to his mother's old house to retrieve his teenage porn stash in "Peter, Chris, & Brian", Peter and they guys plan to wear masks of Obama until the suspicious homeowner finds them and invites them it to get it out.
Brian uses Malia's name as part of his sound check in "The Boys in the Band".