Uh, that part is true.
Quagmire points us to a 1968 article, “What Will Life Be Like in the Year 2008?” Some predictably chuckle-worthy gems interspersed with things less funny:
“No need to worry about failing memory or intelligence either. The intelligence pill is another 21st century commodity.”
Or a classic:
“The housewife simply determines in advance her menus for the week, then slips prepackaged meals into the freezer and lets the automatic food utility do the rest.”
He forgot the part where the housewife needs to remind her husband to take his prenatal vitamins.