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I'm a lot of things—a screwup, a basket case, a flunky. I don't want to be tempted by that rugged rancher. By his chiseled muscles or southern charm or the way he snuggles his kids at bedtime. Ethan Carter won't get the key to my heart, no matter how much I want him.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: 26 Herbert Quotes From "Family Guy"
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Family Guy Episode Quotes – Hilarious Lines by Peter and Others
This is the theory, you know how Family Guy got more mean-spirited as the series went on, well this is all because the characters are dead, and they are trying to make for crimes they've committed while they were alive, here are some examples:.
Peter: A bullying, womanizing sociopath in life who abused his family, making them terrified of him. This was why he was paired with the others, to see if he could carry on with his behaviour if his family didn't take it lying down. He still hasn't learned his lesson and is only wanting to finish his punishment as easily and quickly as possible. Lois: A vain woman who used her body to get what she wanted, very promiscuous possibly sleeping with married men and obsessed with fashion and social hierarchy, sometimes to the point that it clouds her better judgement.
The reason why she, in purgatory, became a married woman, was to see if she could commit to one person and lose her promiscuity. Meg: A troubled teen who purposely isolated herself from the outside world and eventually committed suicide.
Being subject to the same pressures she had in life, she must learn to become more assertive and stick up for herself if she is ever to ascend to a higher plane. Chris: A Jerk Jock who bullied a mentally disabled boy and eventually died in an accident.
He was punished by being made stupid and unpopular see what it's like to be the kid you bullied and, though he hasn't learned his lesson in the least, has to learn how to become kinder to people and less superficial.
Brian and Stewie: Two high-level demons who were assigned to keep watch over the Griffins, ensuring that they each learn their lesson and are not allowed to release them until they do. Brian' temporary death was him being fired after he failed to do his job properly.
Vinny was a temp who served as his replacement. Eventually, Vinny got promoted and left, allowing Brian to have his old job back. Chris was able to shove Peter into the ground and beat the shit out of him with Peter doing nothing but try to block his blows. Bertram was able to pick up a piece of debris and throw it at Stewie in the Big Bang episode and tried to kill him with a much bigger one. Suzie Swanson was able to hit Stewie in the head hard enough to make him bleed and having him groveling before her.
Some of the strength comes in the form of super-durability which why Stewie was able to recover after being ran over by a car while having an untreated head-injury. Eventually, however, the strength goes away because of the muscles becoming lazy. The question is why. The answer is, it's to open a gate way to allow the entire evil version of the universe through to our side; in the evil universe, no one gives a crap, and it's even worse then ours! The evil counterparts intend to replace everyone.
Why wasn't Meg replaced? Remember the episode that was a Poltergeist reference? The original Meg is a gate to their world! They first sent Evil Peter as the scout because Meg must become more and more depressed to allow them all to come through.
Thus, Peter was the first to go through huge changes in character! Stewie was so evil originally that his "evil counterpart" is a good counterpart more or less. Any episode where anyone else is kind to Meg is a plot to give her hope It wouldn't be out of the field to assume he's planning something, mainly having Meg snap and just beat up everyone in the series. When Fox cancels the series, he'll have one last episode in which most likely Peter insults her hat or something inauspicious like that, sending Meg into a fury and causing her to pretty much go on a rampage in Quahog for the rest of the episode.
I haven't really watched the latter half of the show, but I still saw enough to see Meg becoming the Butt-Monkey of the show, so here goes: Sometime during the time corresponding to the 5th-8th seasons of Family Guy, an Eldritch Abomination somehow took interest in Quahog and the poor treatment of Meg in particular.
Although this Eldritch Abomination cannot go into the world of the Mortals, it can still influence the actions of people. Thus, it began to corrupt the Griffins until it became a living Hell for Meg To drive here to the point of Unstoppable Rage. In the near future of the show, something what it is I cannot know finally pushes Meg over the edge and the frustration, hatred and anger in her would finally allow her to be possessed by it.
Being possessed would give her incredible strength and she would start an unstoppable rampage, destroying everything in her path. If all goes well, she would finally be stopped possibly by being killed?
At the very worst, the negative emotions would feed the abomination to the point that Meg would be even more powerful, the end result possibly ranging from in a Type 0 Catastrophe the destruction of the East Coast to a class 5 Catastrophe the annihilation of life on Earth.
The episode arc? The episode would end with the only surviving? I don't know about to face off with the Eldritch Abomination who possessed Meg in the first place, before the show cuts to the credits. The DVD would contain an Easter Egg which consists of the two alternate endings: One where the Eldritch Abomination is defeated, but at a great cost to at least Quahog. And that's why he aged so fast. Brian has a son that's 13 years old, while he is only 7. So he looks like a human, but ages at the rate of a dog.
In human years, Brian's son is only a year old, or less. Nobody has picked up on these at all yet, and in the case of the third one it's obvious. Someone on the writing staff, hell, maybe Seth himself, is trying to tell us that they aren't happy with what the show has become, but it's beyond their control by this point. We've known about his alcoholism and self-doubt for years.
Then the novel he was working on for years bombed and he's largely given up on writing. Then Quagmire's "Reason You Suck" Speech reminded him of his many flaws and destroyed much of what was left of his self-esteem. We found out about his suicide plans in Stewie and Brian , and when Peter lost the use of his kidneys, he saw a chance to end it all and save his best friend's life at the same time.
Six days that's the length of Ultronian pregnancy before Stewie was born, Thermoman met Lois and they had a one-night stand, concieving Stewie. Thermoman left right after and Lois kept Peter in the dark about it, so he thinks that he is Stewie's father. As Lois said when she dreamt of finding out Stewie was evil, she smoked pot when she was pregnant with him.
This stunted his development, so he doesn't have advanced Superhero powers e. During one of the rare time that Meg had a boyfriend they had sex and as a result Meg fell pregnant with Stewie. With the help of Brian, Lois covered the whole thing up by pretending that she was the one that was pregnant and when Stewie was born, she passed him off as her son and not Meg's.
The only people that know the truth are Lois, Brian and Meg. Peter is too dumb to figure it out and they could have easily convinced Chris it was something else and he would have readily believed them.
Quagmire tells him he's having a beautiful Puerto Rican chick coming over who happens to have a almost instantly visible disfigurement her upper right thigh was mangled in a childhood accident.
Anyway, he instructs Brian to be discrete about it. Stewie arrives to try and convince Brian to come home, and the girl shows up, looking for Glenn. Stewie shouts "Oh my god, what happened to your leg!?
Quagmire chases after her saying "Dammit, Brian! Jump to the first interaction Brian and Quagmire have since this episode, in season 8's "Jerome Is The New Black", and Glenn's hate for Brian is full blown, likely due to the prior incident.
Looks like the mantees can focus after all. Glenn's elderly appearance in the future of the Stewie Griffin movie is either another glamour so that his friends don't get overly suspiscious. In that future, after Peter, Joe, and Cleveland die, Glenn will drop his glamor, sneak out of the nursing home, and live a whole new life. Alternatively, because of aforementioned fondness of these friends, Glenn gave up his immortality and will actually die with them.
Or he got it stripped away involuntarily by unknown means. In "Boys Do Cry", the family escapes to Texas, and in the Family Guy universe Texas is a place filled with bigots, regardless of its status in real life. Since then, Brian took these living stereotypes and applied it to Quahog so he could look like a hero, especially because the negative descriptions of Quahog only started beginning the next season.
I mean, his mother is a human, his father is a dog. Think about it. The reason he left so suddenly was not to care for his mom, but because it was approaching the middle of the month and he had to get to his safehouse where he could transform without hurting anyone. The story where the Grinch crippled him was not true.
Joe used to be an arrogant cop until some people beat him up which humbled him. The reason why he has anger issues is that his former personality creeps in sometimes. Before the ep, it was because he was actually considering using his gun soon. Afterwards, its him trying to get a new lease on life,. Meg is being paid to be the butt monkey. After the episode "Fifteen Minutes of Shame" Meg, fed up with the way she was being treated, threatened to leave the show if she wasn't given a pay raise.
MacFarlene obliged. The reason the family's bullying of Meg gets worse as the series progresses is because the rest of the cast are jealous. Stewie's being paid so much because he's the most popular. She knew that her brother would never invite Jeff for a hunting trip.
In fact she thought that there was no better excuse to take Jeff to a isolated place where no one would be able to witness it. So she in the end was crying because she was hurt that it had to end this way, but deep down knew there was no other way out. Hasn't Stewie's treatment of Brian in that episode ever struck you as Like, a little over-the-top, even for Stewie? Sure, Stewie was relatively evil back then, but he had actually shown he genuinely liked Brian as far back as season 2.
Then, once he got his money, he told the real Stewie to act as if nothing had happened, and he had been the one to injure Brian. He then erased the real Stewie's memory of the two ever meeting, and returned to the future. Peter's the main instigator of being mean to Meg because he's hypocritically projecting his own issues onto her; like he suspects of her, Peter was the child of an affair by a woman who resented the whole deal and a father who made his favoritism known with his sister.
Whenever he's nice to her , it's the rare rational side sympathizing with her plight. It's simple; he's just bored, so he makes up "what if" stories from his own experiences. Stewie isn't a genius, and Brian can't talk. As for the satirical programming?
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Here we have put together some of the funniest quotes. They have made hundreds of episodes so it is a bit tricky to squeeze all the best bits in to one page. If you want to watch the different series again they have been released on DVD, some in large boxsets.
This is the theory, you know how Family Guy got more mean-spirited as the series went on, well this is all because the characters are dead, and they are trying to make for crimes they've committed while they were alive, here are some examples:. Peter: A bullying, womanizing sociopath in life who abused his family, making them terrified of him. This was why he was paired with the others, to see if he could carry on with his behaviour if his family didn't take it lying down. He still hasn't learned his lesson and is only wanting to finish his punishment as easily and quickly as possible. Lois: A vain woman who used her body to get what she wanted, very promiscuous possibly sleeping with married men and obsessed with fashion and social hierarchy, sometimes to the point that it clouds her better judgement.
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Red-headed lady reaching for an apple Gonna take a bite, nope, nope She's gonna breathe on it first wipe it on her blouse. But where will you go? I'll go where I'm needed. There's an evil monkey in my closet! TOM: I don't care, Son. I just do not care. All them fancy cars out there in the ocean just free for the taking? I'm gonna get me a Mercedes!
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They call me Zen-man, the cool-headed one, the protector. I keep an eye out for everyone, take them in, find them homes. They think I'm the calm and collected one, the self-assured one, the one who knows the way. They think they see me.
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Nothing says kids and summer time like something frozen on a stick! Making home made popsicles totally makes me feel like a child again. I realize that if your kids are like mine and eat 27 popsicles a day that the most economical thing to do is head to Costco and buy a box of otter pops, but take a break every once and a while and have some fun creating your own flavor combos in homemade popsicles. You can pick up all kinds of shapes and sizes of molds just about anywhere these days.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: 107 Family Guy Facts Everyone Should Know! - Channel Frederator
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