Stewie griffin and lois relationship

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stewie griffin and lois relationship

Family Guy at IGN: walkthroughs, items, maps, video tips, and strategies. development obsessed with killing his mother, Lois, and taking over the world. The relationship between Brian and Stewie is complicated, which. Stewart "Stewie" Gilligan Griffin is the flamboyant and eccentric one year old infant of Stewie is constantly plotting ways to kill his mother, Lois, apparently holding a .. Stewie has twice had a relationship with another young toddler/ beauty. MacFarlane went on to say that Brian always hears Stewie, and more recently so does Chris, but the writers usually strive for Peter, Lois, and.

He has several jobs, which have included working at the Happy Go Lucky Toy Factory, a fishermanand currently as a shipping clerk at the Pawtucket Brewery. Was discovered his legal first name is Justin, in season She is an Anglo-American housewife who cares deeply for her kids and her husband, while also working as a piano instructor.

Lois is also very flirtatious and has slept with numerous people on the show. She is a self-conscious, insecure, and sensitive teenager who is more often than not ridiculed and ignored by the people around her. Meg just wants to be another face in the crowd by fitting in with her peers and being accepted, but she often finds herself to be a victim of circumstance.

He is a friendly, warm-hearted, and funny teenager who is a younger version of Peter physically, but intellectually, he shows better potential, as demonstrated from moments of coherence and articulation within his speech, especially when talking about films, TV series, actors and actresses, etc.

Despite this, he is very naive, often showing a tendency to be easily fooled. Stewie Griffin Stewart Gilligan "Stewie" Griffin voiced by Seth MacFarlane is the Griffin's 1-year-old child, but often behaves in adult ways such as speaking in an upper-class British dialect. He is a child genius who frequently aspired to murder his mother Lois and take over the world but has since mellowed out considerably.

Stewie built a time machine with which he and Brian have traveled through time. He turned 1 year old in " Chitty Chitty Death Bang ," and has not aged past one year since. As a fact in " Road to Rupert ," he says he is a year old. He and Stewie are often at the center of the show's most critically acclaimed episodes, most notably the " Road to Brian is portrayed as an intellectual—a Brown University attendee—who often serves as the family's voice of reason, pointing out how ridiculous Peter's ideas are.

He is not-so-secretly in love with Lois and is an unsuccessful, unemployed writer. Brian was not revealed to be an atheist until season 7. In earlier seasons, he was shown to be very much a believer of God especially in " If I'm Dyin', I'm Lyin' " in season 2. How this change occurred in Brian is unknown. In " Life of Brian ", Brian is hit by a car and dies from his injuries, with the family by his side. However, in " Christmas Guy " two episodes laterStewie still misses Brian.

He finds a way to go back in time and successfully saves him, also meaning that the family never adopted Vinny.

Though Stewie and Vinny did say their goodbyes. He was once married to Peter's biological mother Thelma Griffin. An obsessively devout Roman Catholic, he hates Lois because she is not a Catholic, and often calls her a "Protestant whore", disapproves of his son's family's lifestyle, and frequently attempts to force his religious views on them.

To a lesser extent he disapproves of Lois due to her heritage, and is angry with Peter for not marrying an "Irish rose". Despite all of this, he truly did love and care for Peter, and showed on multiple occasions to care for his grandchildren. Francis used to have a job at a metal fabrication plant; after his short retirement, he became a bodyguard for the Pope.

In the episode " Peter's Two Dads ", Francis dies on Meg's 17th birthday when Peter dressed up as a clown gets drunk and tries to ride a unicycle down the stairs, but ends up falling off the stairs and landing on top of Francis. Francis dies in a hospital after uttering "Peter Francis appears at the memorial in " Perfect Castaway ". He is an Irish drunk. Mickey mocks Peter at first and bullies him, but Peter challenges him to a drinking contest and wins.

Finally, Mickey accepts Peter into his family and spoils him ever after by buying Guinness and more. She is the mother-in-law of Lois. She first appears in " Holy Crap ". She is 82 years old as stated in the episode " Mother Tucker ", has gray hair and noticeable wrinkles below her eyes, and wears purple earrings and a purple bead necklace. She also wears glasses like her son and husband and is a heavy smoker.

Unlike Francis, she is generally friendly and personable, and gets along well with Lois. Before Francis' death, she divorced him because she had "needs he didn't fill" and dated Tom Tucker for a while in " Mother Tucker ". She often appears with news inconvenient or troubling to Peter and his family. In the episode " Grumpy Old Man ", it is revealed that Thelma was sent to a retirement home. In the Season 12 episode " Mom's the Word ", it is revealed that Thelma died from a stroke. Thelma's death was written into the series because of Phyllis Diller's own death in August Karen is a professional wrestler and is shown as the reason Peter bullies Meg where he was picked on by Karen.

During her fight with Peter in the ring, Karen was knocked out by Meg using a real folding chair instead of a fake folding chair which puts her in a coma.

At the end of the episode a doctor calls Peter on the phone and tells him that Karen needs a blood transfusion to save her but Peter refuses. He is also a billionaire industrialist, shipping mogul, and owner of several major companies. His company in the episode " Business Guy " is named Pewterschmidt Industries, and he is also a member of a fancy yacht club, where he mingles with other superwealthy people.

He is a hard worker, and has been shown to have become temporarily senile as a result of forced retirement in " Grumpy Old Man ". Carter is a domineering, devious and manipulative individual who despises his son-in-law, Peter, whom he often insults, badmouths and seeks to humiliate.

On rare occasions, he and Peter work together, normally with a common goal. He is married to Barbara, with whom he had three children — Lois, Carol, and Patrick. It is revealed in " Welcome Back, Carter " that he was an Allied officer. He is shown to be a womanizer with a fetish for Asian women, having had affairs in " Welcome Back, Carter " and " Carter and Tricia ", and hiring an Asian prostitute in " Stewie Kills Lois ".

Babs left Carter once, but, with persuasion from Peter, he entered the dating scene, but he eventually convinced Babs to take him back. In " Screwed the Pooch ", it is implied that Carter had an affair with an African-American woman, resulting in a biracial son as mentioned by Lois. In Laugh It Up, Fuzzball: It is noted on a few occasions Barbara only married Carter for his wealth and family heritage.

She is demeaning but more polite to Peter than her husband is. In appearance, she is basically an older version of Lois.

In " Family Goy ", it is revealed she is Jewishand a survivor of the Holocaust. She only changed her religion so she and Carter could gain access to country clubs. It is also revealed in that episode that her maiden name was Hebrewbergmoneygrabber, which was changed to Hebrewberg to escape Nazi persecution.

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In the episode " Running Mates ", she is described as passive aggressive. Barbara Pewterschmidt is also the ex-wife of billionaire Ted Turner. She left Carter in " Welcome Back Carter " after learning he had an affair.

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However, she does eventually forgive him after deeming herself too old to remarry. In Don't Be a Dickens at Christmasmost of Pewterschimdt family are fluent in Germanbut Lois is not, and Stewie understands it, but cannot speak it.

In " Emission Impossible ", Peter and Lois had to stay with her when she ended up pregnant. The baby, a boy, is born in the episode yet never seen again. Her previous husbands include Evan Johnson who bonded with Peter over the Boston Red Sox baseball teamRandall Carrington who is always bringing people very unusual and inconvenient giftsand Doggie Daddy it was mentioned that Augie caused a strain in their relationship.

She gets married to Adam West and is still with him since the " Thanksgiving " episode. Patrick Pewterschmidt voiced by Robert Downey Jr. He has been kept hidden by her mother and father. He first appeared in the episode " The Fat Guy Strangler ".

When a picture of Lois's family was broken, she noticed a folded-in part of the picture included a brother she did not know she had. She then broke into her parents' house and found out where he lived. Then she and the family drove to the address which was found to be a mental institution. When there seemed to be nothing wrong with him they decided to check him out and take him in. Later it is discovered that he has an imaginary wife named Marian and, more importantly, that he had a hatred of overweight people due to a bad experience from his childhood witnessing comedian Jackie Gleason having a sexual encounter with his mother.

At the same time, there is a rash of killings in the neighborhood of fat men, and Patrick is strongly suggested to be this "Fat Guy Strangler". After denying it, Lois finally decides she must take him back, after he tries to strangle Peter to death.

Patrick appeared in the season 10 episode " Killer Queen ", in which he helped Peter and Joe after he is released from the mental institution by Charles Yamamoto as part of his revenge plot on Chris which involved framing Patrick.

After Charles dies from having the cover of the Queen album News of the World shown to him by Stewie, Patrick identifies Charles as the one who let him out of the mental institution. Patrick manages to slip away after that with Peter having to injure Joe to make it look like a struggle. Jasper voiced by Seth MacFarlane — Brian's stereotypical flamboyantly homosexual cousin. Brian stays with him in Hollywood in " Brian Does Hollywood ". Guy Who Receives ". Jasper also makes a short appearance in " E.

Peterbus Unum " during a flashback of Peter getting something the family does not need in this case, a new dog—one that looks like a flamboyantly gay version of Brian. He also appeared in " Brian's Play ", when he was seen chatting to Brian through a webcam.

His most recent appearance along with Ricardo was at Brian's funeral in " Life of Brian ". Bertram voiced by Wallace Shawn — The son of a gym teacher and her partner through artificial insemination. Bertram's biological father is Peter Griffin. In " Emission Impossible ", Bertram is a sperm inside Peter's testicles.

He enters combat with Stewie Griffin in order to prevent his destruction, as Stewie wishes to remain the baby of the family.

The two became frenemies, and Stewie spares Bertram. In " Sibling Rivalry ", it is revealed that a mishap prior to Peter receiving a vasectomy caused Bertram to be part of a sperm donation used to impregnate a female gym teacher's partner.

After he is born, he begins playing at the same park as Stewie, and the two fight over who will rule the playground. Stewie eventually disarms Bertram, who admits defeat and runs away. Bertram appears again in " The Big Bang Theory ", in which he tries to erase Stewie from existence by killing Leonardo da Vincione of Stewie's ancestors.

Although he kills da Vinci, he is killed in turn by Stewie who manages to maintain the timeline and save the universe. Bertram appears as the main antagonist in Family Guy Video Game! An alternate reality version of Bertram is the main antagonist in the video game Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse. Dylan Flannigan voiced by Seth Green — Brian's human son.

He first appears in, " The Former Life of Brian ". His mother Tracy was devastated when Brian left her. After Brian apologizes to Dylan for not being there for him, Brian turns his son's life around, making him into a charming, polite young man. Dylan then decides to leave the Griffin house and change his mother like Brian changed him. Biscuit — Brian's deceased mother who appears in a flashback of " Road to Rhode Island ". She was stuffed by her owners after her death.

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She is also seen during a flashback in " Chris Cross ". Coco — Brian's deceased father who has never appeared on screen, but has been mentioned several times by Brian.

High ", Coco was hit by a milk truck. Brian, when saying a statement with racism in it, quickly follows it with "that was my father talking". Spooner Street neighbors[ edit ] John Herbert voiced by Mike Henry — An elderly pederast often referred to solely by last name, who resides just down the street from the Griffin family and distributes Popsicle ice pops to small children in his basement.

stewie griffin and lois relationship

Also, in " Spies Reminiscent of Us ", Stewie refers to a "pedophile who lives down the street" about which nobody is taking any action "because he's so funny", clearly talking about Herbert. He has a dog named Jesse, who is also very old and is unable to use his hind legs. He has a high-pitched, very soft effeminate voice and pronounces sibilant consonants with a high-pitched whistle. Herbert is often seen wearing a light blue robe and slippers, walks with a walker and frequently makes inappropriate, sexually tinged comments to teenage boys in " Road to the North Pole ", Herbert wants a little drummer boy for Christmas, while staring at a poster of Nick Jonas.

It is revealed later on that he is the eldest member of the Skull and Bones secret society. In " And Then There Were Fewer ", he drove an ice cream truck which in past episodes he has used to lure little boys.

In " Internal Affairs ", Herbert's ice cream truck is hijacked and destroyed during one of Peter and the Giant Chicken's fighting rampages. In an interview, Henry stated that he based Herbert's voice on an old man he used to meet at a grocery store. In " Valentine's Day in Quahog ", it is revealed that Herbert's first name is John and that he has a grandniece named Sandy. Quagmire family[ edit ] Glenn Quagmire voiced by Seth MacFarlane — The Griffins' next-door single sex-addicted neighbor and one of Peter's best friends.

He is an airline pilot for Spirit Airlines as revealed at the end of " Passenger Fatty-Seven " and a former member of the US Navybut is best known for his extreme sexuality and always saying "Giggity" or "Alright". He is attracted to nearly every woman especially Lois Griffin.

His sister is Brenda Quagmire. In one episode, he is revealed to have been Jack the Ripper in a past life. He has a soft side for cats and despises Brian from " Jerome is the New Black " and onward. He is shown on a number of occasions to be unnecessarily competitive, most notably while playing friendly games of baseball, bowling, and golf.

Her first appearance was in "Fore Father" where she is seen in a flashback breastfeeding Glenn. When facing prison time for statutory rape in "Quagmire's Mom", Quagmire places the blame for his behavior on living with his sexually promiscuous mom during his trial where her actions are seen during a flashback sequence. She arrives at his trial where a lot of the generic men attending the trial recognize her as noted by Mayor Adam West.

Crystal admits her faults, but claims to have found religion and asks that he be released to her custody. The judge presiding over the trial rejects her request and sentences Quagmire to twenty years in prison. She tries to get him to find solace in God as well, but he rejects her words. Stewie even asked Crystal if she is aware of what Dan has been through.

Just before he enters the prison, the judge arrives and announces that he has commuted Quagmire's sentence, thanks to his mother's "talents" and that new DNA evidence has turned up. He is surprised that despite her new religious life, she would do such a thing, but she admits that she would do anything to help him. Dan was a war hero in the Vietnam War.

stewie griffin and lois relationship

He was thought to be a homosexual by Peter. When Glenn asked his father if this was true, Dan claimed that he was a woman trapped in a man's body and came to Quahog for a sex change operation. Following the operation, he takes the name Ida Davis. Brown family[ edit ] Cleveland Brown voiced by Mike Henry — Peter's mild-mannered friend who formerly owned and ran a deli. He is a heavyset, mustached African-American male who is very polite to everyone and has a unique laugh.

He is the father of Cleveland Jr. A running gag in the series is the front of his house being damaged, usually as a result of one of Peter's shenanigans, while Cleveland is in the upstairs bathtub. The tub always falls into the front yard with Cleveland exclaiming, "What the hell?! No, no, no, no, no, no!!! In " He's Bla-ack! Cleveland appears as R2-D2 in the Star Wars episodes.

She had a liking for cricket and the television program Friends. Performing Loretta's gravely voice was very demanding on Alex Borstein, and early in the show, Loretta had very few lines, the bulk of which were "Mm-hmm!

In the episode " Love, Blactually ", it is revealed that Loretta has regretted her actions and wants Cleveland back, but he refuses her advances. Cleveland informs her he needs to move on, and advises her to do the same. She takes Cleveland's house in the divorce and puts it up for sale, yet is still apparently living there some months later.

In The Cleveland Show episode "Gone with the Wind", Loretta dies in an accident when Peter drops a Brontosaurus skeleton which Brian had dug up from the Griffin family's yard on her house and she goes through the same bathtub gag that Cleveland went through which she does not survive.

Quagmire ended up driving her body down to Stoolbend for her funeral. In his appearances on Family Guy, he is slim, hyperactive and has an apparent knack for golf. However, starting with the first episode of The Cleveland Showhe is somewhat older and both obese and somewhat lethargic ; the reason for this sudden weight gain is never explained until the episode Season 4 episode "A Rodent Like This" where Cleveland Jr.

Also, it is revealed that he has lost his faith in God because of the affair his mother had with Quagmire that led to his parents' divorce. As of " He's Bla-ack! She has two biological children from a previous marriage with Robert named Roberta and Rallo. As a result of her marriage to Cleveland, she has adopted his son Cleveland Brown Jr. She was one of the main characters of The Cleveland Show.

The Quest for Stuff doesn't count as a speaking role. He is a paraplegic police officer who suffers from impotence and incontinence. Joe still proves to be an extremely skilled police officer, as he is constantly seen pursuing criminals or rescuing victims with the aid of his wheelchair and even goes so far as to abandon his wheelchair to complete his work.

Peter is… not so much. Smart or wise we mean. This brings up one of the bigger questions that fans have about the show: Here we see Stewie stop himself from being born by making Peter and Lois break up before Lois is pregnant. Even if this confirms that Peter is his father, it still makes you wonder. There have even been a few close calls where Peter has outright told Lois that he was going to leave, with Lois not being too bothered by the fact.

However, mature cartoons love to absolutely push the limit of how far one half of a relationship can go and still be entirely forgiven by the end of the thirty-minute time slot. While The Simpsons have mastered the bad-decision-and-forgiveness cycle between Homer and Marge, it starts to fall apart when Peter does things like spend their entire savings on ridiculous things like a horse, lottery tickets, or selling their house so that they can afford to live in a fancy mansion with servants.

Lois grew up extremely wealthy and privileged, but over the seasons we find out that she definitely had a rebellious streak. Not only did she regularly engage with shady people, she also had a habit of getting into shady business.

Her ultimate rebellious act though was for her to marry Peter. Of course, that always has fans wondering how and why Lois ever came in contact the shadier walks of life considering her upbringing.

Then again, that very same sheltered and privileged upbringing may well have made her go down that path in the first place. Her father is horrified to find out, for example, that she was hanging out with a man from a community college rather than an Ivy League school.

Peter used to work for the toy factory, and then was a fisherman for a time. Yet, they refuse to help supplement their income even a little bit. When Carter is helped out by his grandson after a surgery, Carter names him his sole heir to the Pewterschmidt fortune.

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He immediately calls Lois, and demands that she guess where he sees people are having breakfast for dinner. The joke never goes further than this, but is still a hilarious side note about the Griffin house: Never suggest breakfast for dinner. As a baby, Stewie is regularly brought to daycare, and that is easily one of the most expensive services a mother can have for their kid.

It even regularly prompts parents to stay at home instead of shelling out for an expensive babysitter. Yet we regularly see Stewie being dropped off at daycare. Lois also insists on being a stay-at-home mom even though she regularly has Stewie in daycare, and both her other children are in high school. Nothing about this suggests that they even want to look at each other from day to day, but apparently, no matter the retconned story line, the history parody, or even entire alternate universe where everyone is in Star Wars, Lois and Peter end up together.

It seems only time will tell if the writers will explore Peter and Lois not being together fully.