Meanwhile, Connie D'Amico, the most popular girl at school, has hooked up and broken up with every popular boy in school, so she goes out with Chris with the intent of making him popular before breaking up with him. However, when they go out, Chris honestly falls in love with Connie, something no other boy has done with her. Connie decides to stay with Chris, but his newfound popularity goes to his head and he starts cheating on her. Now unpopular, Connie teams up with Meg, who Chris had not invited to a party at their own house, and they publicly show a video of him dancing like "Buffalo Bill" from The Silence of the Lambs , destroying his popularity. Chris makes up for his behavior to Meg by vividly describing how wonderful it felt to be popular.
Ahsan Haque of IGN gave the episode a score of out of 10, commending Chris's storyline and praising Stewie's temporary build, but criticizing the staleness of Meg's continued poor treatment.  Steve Heisler of The . Club gave a much more critical review giving the episode a grade of a C. Heisler stated that neither of the storylines "held any water", because they were "ridiculously short". He also commented: "I'm starting to wonder if this show is even watchable anymore – 18 minutes of filler, 45 seconds of inspired silliness."