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10th Apr '18 11:25:39 AM chasemaddigan
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[[WMG: Meg really is a [[{{Transsexual}} transman]]]]

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[[WMG: Meg really is a [[{{Transsexual}} [[{{Transgender}} transman]]]]



[[WMG: Meg being {{Transsexual}} will come back in a future episode]]

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[[WMG: Meg being {{Transsexual}} {{Transgender}} will come back in a future episode]]
9th Apr '18 3:18:50 AM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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[[WMG: Peter's family tales actually make sense.]]
This series can get rather weird and the Griffins have gotten into bizarre situations, after all. Peter's contradictory accounts of his lineage is a result of him being lazy and adding the last name of "Griffin" to all of his ancestors. Same reason why [[IdenticalGrandson all his family looks and acts like him]]; asides from his real father and ancestor
* Peter's great-great uncle Angus is actually his great-grandfather through Mickey McFlannigan, since they both live in Britian. Angus Griffin had a daughter, who married an Irishman and gave birth to Mickey McFlannigan. Peter's legal and biological father are actually second cousins, with Francis being Peter's second cousin once removed.
* His great-great grandfather really is President Ulysseus S Grant, and his great-great grandmother was a mistress who is herself the grandaughter of Nate Griffin through one of his sons. Both his real and supposed father are descended from this affair.
* Willie "Black-Eye" and Josiah Griffin are the grandfather and father of Francis. Josiah was inspired by his father's career as a silent actor to get into cartoons, only to be kicked out for naming Bugs Bunny "Ephraim the Retarded Rabbit." His other great-grandfathers Jurarez, Huck and Osias are his mother's grandfather, father's maternal grandfather and father's maternal step-father respectively.
* Adolf Hitler is related to the Griffin family because his maternal grandfather is Paula Hitler, the Fuhrer's sister. In the Family Guy universe, she hid her shame and married Thelma's father. Thelma's maiden name may also be Griffin, as part of a means to hide her infamous relation. This would also make Alois Hitler his great-grandfather. "Huck Griffin" is actually a nickname of William Fitzgerald, allowing Ella Fitzgerald to be his great-aunt.
* Peter and Lois themselves are sixth cousins. Peter's sister Karen is actually his half-sister, and the legitimate member of the family.


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[[WMG: The Griffin family is filled with double in-law relationships and KissingCousins of various degrees.]]
It's why [[IdenticalGrandson Peter's ancestors look alike]], particularly Nate Griffin who looks like him and isn't a cutaway gag. Nate's wife is the sister of Lois' ancestor, which already makes Peter and Lois distant cousins-but it could go further. Nate mentions he slept with his wife's "fine-ass sister", aka the one who became Lois' ancestor-perhaps he fathered her kid, ironically making the racist Mr Pewterschmidt the descendant of the black slave his family used to own. Peter has multiple Griffin great-grandparents because his mother and legal father are all descendants of Nate. Peter's real father Mickey is the grandson of Peter's official great-great aunt Angus(he's Scottish and has the same red hair as Mickey), making his official and biological father second cousins...also some sort of cousin to his mom. The number of third, second or even first cousin relationships, possibly even BrotherSisterIncest ([[CrossesTheLineTwice this is Family Guy, after all]]) results in so many of Peter's relatives basically being clones of each other. The negative effects of inbreeding could also be responsible for Peter and his son's stupidity. Also Stewie's football head, [[ButtMonkey and Meg's supposed ugliness]]-they're starting to drift into Hapsburg territory.
26th Mar '18 5:10:29 PM Briguy52748
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Stewie has shown himself to have personality disorder, is a narcissist and has been borderline psychopathic in many previous ''Family Guy'' episodes. So in "Send In Stewie Please," his explanation of his actions and the way he is being because he's deeply insecure about himself is a complete and utter lie and completely inconsistent with someone who has tried to alter the weather, genetics, has lied repeatedly to others, has tried to kill his mother (among others, at times succeeded) on multiple occasions, impregnated Brian without his knowledge ... and the list goes on. His classroom behavior is likely completely inconsistent with what he told Dr. Pritchfield ... who sees right through Stewie's statements. So, he allows him to finish ... before taking apart, piece by piece, Stewie's comments about his behavior all being part of trying to mask a supposed lack of self-esteem. Stewie intensely defends himself, until Pritchfield's arguments prove too strong. But as he's further told that all of his classmates dread coming to school and are deeply afraid of him, and that the kid he got into a fight with (and led to the other kid being shoved down a flight of stairs) tried to stand up to him, the camera focuses on Stewie getting more and more nervous and sweating and so forth ... until, when Pritchard asks him (nicely) "I want the truth,") Stewie finally snaps. He goes on a MotiveRant, not unlike ''Film/AFewGoodMen'': HE wants to be the one-and-only leader, the epitome of cool, the moral authority ... and screams about how he's a far better person than any of his classmates could ever hope to be while the other students are nothing. The kid that stood up to him ... well, he's a cowoard, weak, stupid, anti-social, a mushhead ... on he goes. When he finally tries to attack Pritchard, the psychologist calmly calls for help, and everyone agrees: The only way to deal with Stewie and prevent further recurrences -- since it is clear he can't and won't change -- is to lock him up and throw away the key. Stewie is carried off, kicking and screaming and throwing a tantrum ... and that's the end of Stewie ... and "Family Guy" for good.

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Stewie has shown himself to have personality disorder, is a narcissist and has been borderline psychopathic in many previous ''Family Guy'' episodes. So in "Send In Stewie Please," his explanation of his actions and the way he is being because he's deeply insecure about himself is a complete and utter lie and completely inconsistent with someone who has tried to alter the weather, genetics, has lied repeatedly to others, has tried to kill his mother (among others, at times succeeded) on multiple occasions, impregnated Brian without his knowledge ... and the list goes on. His classroom behavior is likely completely inconsistent with what he told Dr. Pritchfield ... who sees right through Stewie's statements. So, he allows him to finish ... before taking apart, piece by piece, Stewie's comments about his behavior all being part of trying to mask a supposed lack of self-esteem. Stewie intensely defends himself, until Pritchfield's arguments prove too strong. But as he's further told that all of his classmates dread coming to school and are deeply afraid of him, and that the kid he got into a fight with (and led to the other kid being shoved down a flight of stairs) tried to stand up to him, the camera focuses on Stewie getting more and more nervous and sweating and so forth ... until, when Pritchard asks him (nicely) "I want the truth,") truth," Stewie finally snaps. He goes on a MotiveRant, not unlike ''Film/AFewGoodMen'': ''Film/AFewGoodMen'' (complete with "YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!!!!"): HE wants to be the one-and-only leader, the epitome of cool, the moral authority ... and screams about how he's a far better person than any of his classmates could ever hope to be while the other students are nothing. The kid that stood up to him ... well, he's a cowoard, weak, stupid, anti-social, a mushhead ... on he goes. When he finally tries to attack Pritchard, the psychologist calmly calls for help, and everyone agrees: The only way to deal with Stewie and prevent further recurrences -- since it is clear he can't and won't change -- is to lock him up and throw away the key. Stewie is carried off, kicking and screaming and throwing a tantrum ... and that's the end of Stewie ... and "Family Guy" for good.
25th Mar '18 1:27:57 PM Briguy52748
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Stewie has shown himself to have personality disorder, is a narcissist and has been borderline psychopathic. His explanation that the way he is is because he's deeply insecure about himself is completely inconsistent with someone who has tried to alter the weather, genetics, has lied repeatedly to others, has tried to kill his mother (among others, at times succeeded) on multiple occasions, impregnated Brian without his knowledge ... and the list goes on. His classroom behavior is likely completely inconsistent with what he told Dr. Pritchfield ... who sees right through Stewie's statements. So, he allows him to finish ... before taking apart, piece by piece, Stewie's comments about his behavior all being part of trying to mask his lack of self esteem. Stewie intensely defends himself, until Pritchfield's arguments prove too strong. But as he's further told that all of his classmates dread coming to school and are deeply afraid of him, and that the kid he got into a fight with (and led to the other kid being shoved down a flight of stairs) tried to stand up to him, the camera focuses on Stewie getting more and more nervous and sweating and so forth ... until he finally snaps. He goes on a MotiveRant: HE wants to be the one-and-only leader, the epitome of cool, the moral authority, screaming about how he's a better person than any of his classmates could ever hope to be while the other students are nothing. The kid that stood up to him ... well, he's a cowoard, weak, stupid, anti-social, a mushhead ... on he goes. When he finally tries to attack Pritchard, he calls for help, and everyone agrees: The only way to deal with Stewie and prevent further recurrences, as it's clear he can't and won't change, is to lock him up and throw away the key. Stewie is carried off, kicking and screaming and throwing a tantrum ... and that's the end of Stewie ... and "Family Guy" for good.

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Stewie has shown himself to have personality disorder, is a narcissist and has been borderline psychopathic. His psychopathic in many previous ''Family Guy'' episodes. So in "Send In Stewie Please," his explanation that of his actions and the way he is is being because he's deeply insecure about himself is a complete and utter lie and completely inconsistent with someone who has tried to alter the weather, genetics, has lied repeatedly to others, has tried to kill his mother (among others, at times succeeded) on multiple occasions, impregnated Brian without his knowledge ... and the list goes on. His classroom behavior is likely completely inconsistent with what he told Dr. Pritchfield ... who sees right through Stewie's statements. So, he allows him to finish ... before taking apart, piece by piece, Stewie's comments about his behavior all being part of trying to mask his a supposed lack of self esteem.self-esteem. Stewie intensely defends himself, until Pritchfield's arguments prove too strong. But as he's further told that all of his classmates dread coming to school and are deeply afraid of him, and that the kid he got into a fight with (and led to the other kid being shoved down a flight of stairs) tried to stand up to him, the camera focuses on Stewie getting more and more nervous and sweating and so forth ... until he until, when Pritchard asks him (nicely) "I want the truth,") Stewie finally snaps. He goes on a MotiveRant: MotiveRant, not unlike ''Film/AFewGoodMen'': HE wants to be the one-and-only leader, the epitome of cool, the moral authority, screaming authority ... and screams about how he's a far better person than any of his classmates could ever hope to be while the other students are nothing. The kid that stood up to him ... well, he's a cowoard, weak, stupid, anti-social, a mushhead ... on he goes. When he finally tries to attack Pritchard, he the psychologist calmly calls for help, and everyone agrees: The only way to deal with Stewie and prevent further recurrences, as it's recurrences -- since it is clear he can't and won't change, change -- is to lock him up and throw away the key. Stewie is carried off, kicking and screaming and throwing a tantrum ... and that's the end of Stewie ... and "Family Guy" for good.
24th Mar '18 1:51:51 PM Briguy52748
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Stewie has shown himself to have personality disorder, is a narcissist and has been borderline psychopathic. His explanation that the way he is is because he's deeply insecure about himself is completely inconsistent with someone who has tried to alter the weather, genetics, has lied repeatedly to others, has tried to kill his mother (among others, at times succeeded) on multiple occasions, impregnated Brian without his knowledge ... and the list goes on. His classroom behavior is likely completely inconsistent with what he told Dr. Pritchfield ... who sees right through Stewie's statements. So, he allows him to finish ... before taking apart, piece by piece, Stewie's comments about his behavior all being part of trying to mask his lack of self esteem. Stewie intensely defends himself, until Pritchfield's arguments prove too strong. Then, Stewie goes into a rant: HE wants to be the one-and-only leader, the epitome of cool, the moral authority ... on he goes, screaming about how he's a better person than any of his classmates could ever hope to be. And when further told that all of his classmates dread coming to school and are deeply afraid of him, and that the kid he got into a fight with (and led to the other kid being shoved down a flight of stairs) Stewie goes on a rant, calling him weak, stupid, a mushhead and so on. So the only way to deal with Stewie and prevent further recurrences, as he likely can't and won't change, is to lock him up and throw away the key. Stewie is carried off, kicking and screaming and throwing a tantrum ... and that's the end of "Family Guy" for good.

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Stewie has shown himself to have personality disorder, is a narcissist and has been borderline psychopathic. His explanation that the way he is is because he's deeply insecure about himself is completely inconsistent with someone who has tried to alter the weather, genetics, has lied repeatedly to others, has tried to kill his mother (among others, at times succeeded) on multiple occasions, impregnated Brian without his knowledge ... and the list goes on. His classroom behavior is likely completely inconsistent with what he told Dr. Pritchfield ... who sees right through Stewie's statements. So, he allows him to finish ... before taking apart, piece by piece, Stewie's comments about his behavior all being part of trying to mask his lack of self esteem. Stewie intensely defends himself, until Pritchfield's arguments prove too strong. Then, Stewie goes into a rant: HE wants to be the one-and-only leader, the epitome of cool, the moral authority ... on he goes, screaming about how But as he's a better person than any of his classmates could ever hope to be. And when further told that all of his classmates dread coming to school and are deeply afraid of him, and that the kid he got into a fight with (and led to the other kid being shoved down a flight of stairs) tried to stand up to him, the camera focuses on Stewie getting more and more nervous and sweating and so forth ... until he finally snaps. He goes on a rant, calling him MotiveRant: HE wants to be the one-and-only leader, the epitome of cool, the moral authority, screaming about how he's a better person than any of his classmates could ever hope to be while the other students are nothing. The kid that stood up to him ... well, he's a cowoard, weak, stupid, anti-social, a mushhead mushhead ... on he goes. When he finally tries to attack Pritchard, he calls for help, and so on. So the everyone agrees: The only way to deal with Stewie and prevent further recurrences, as it's clear he likely can't and won't change, is to lock him up and throw away the key. Stewie is carried off, kicking and screaming and throwing a tantrum ... and that's the end of Stewie ... and "Family Guy" for good.
24th Mar '18 12:48:41 PM Briguy52748
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[[WMG: Stewie lied about his experiences in "Send In Stewie Please"]]
Stewie has shown himself to have personality disorder, is a narcissist and has been borderline psychopathic. His explanation that the way he is is because he's deeply insecure about himself is completely inconsistent with someone who has tried to alter the weather, genetics, has lied repeatedly to others, has tried to kill his mother (among others, at times succeeded) on multiple occasions, impregnated Brian without his knowledge ... and the list goes on. His classroom behavior is likely completely inconsistent with what he told Dr. Pritchfield ... who sees right through Stewie's statements. So, he allows him to finish ... before taking apart, piece by piece, Stewie's comments about his behavior all being part of trying to mask his lack of self esteem. Stewie intensely defends himself, until Pritchfield's arguments prove too strong. Then, Stewie goes into a rant: HE wants to be the one-and-only leader, the epitome of cool, the moral authority ... on he goes, screaming about how he's a better person than any of his classmates could ever hope to be. And when further told that all of his classmates dread coming to school and are deeply afraid of him, and that the kid he got into a fight with (and led to the other kid being shoved down a flight of stairs) Stewie goes on a rant, calling him weak, stupid, a mushhead and so on. So the only way to deal with Stewie and prevent further recurrences, as he likely can't and won't change, is to lock him up and throw away the key. Stewie is carried off, kicking and screaming and throwing a tantrum ... and that's the end of "Family Guy" for good.
19th Mar '18 5:42:39 PM nombretomado
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** The recent episode about Lois' porno showed that she was a full-fledged AlphaBitch during high school and pulled an almost {{Carrie}}-level prank on a fat girl [[spoiler:who later became Diane Simmons' attractive replacement]].

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** The recent episode about Lois' porno showed that she was a full-fledged AlphaBitch during high school and pulled an almost {{Carrie}}-level ''Literature/{{Carrie}}''-level prank on a fat girl [[spoiler:who later became Diane Simmons' attractive replacement]].
13th Mar '18 3:05:03 PM ArielLightning
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** It's Confirmed that he did make up his Native American relative "Chief Grand Cherokee" just to fool the casino owners. He probably made up Meg's biological father Stan Thompson as well.
* Thaddeus could just be an IdenticalStranger trying to steal the family's inheritance. As for Peter Hitler, it isn't that implausible-in RealLife Hitler already had a weird family tree and a number of half-brothers. Though probably a more distant relative

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** * It's Confirmed confirmed that he did make up his Native American relative "Chief Grand Cherokee" just to fool the casino owners. He probably made up Meg's biological father Stan Thompson as well.
* Thaddeus could just be an IdenticalStranger trying to steal the family's inheritance. As for Peter Hitler, it isn't that implausible-in implausible- in RealLife Hitler already had a weird family tree and a number of half-brothers. Though probably a more distant relative
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* But there just plain ugly, and not just slightly attractive or plain looking with potential. They don't have anything hindering there appearances unlike Meg however.

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* But there they're just plain ugly, and not just slightly attractive or plain looking with potential. They don't have anything hindering there appearances unlike Meg however.



Chris is blond, yet none of his parents, nor his grandparents, are blond-haired. Plus Lois isn't exactly faithful. I can imagine an episode where Peter puts two and two together([[[TheDitz 13 years is enough time for him]]), and is enraged. It will end up with Peter turning his attention to [[ButtMonkey Meg]], which will get Chris riled up. Chris will search for his biological father. At the end of the episode, it'll be revealed that it's one of the members of KISS. Being a KISS fanboy, Peter will reconcile, and love the fact that his "son" was made by Lois doing KISS.

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Chris is blond, yet none of his parents, nor his grandparents, are blond-haired. Plus Lois isn't exactly faithful. I can imagine an episode where Peter puts two and two together([[[TheDitz together ([[[TheDitz 13 years is enough time for him]]), and is enraged. It will end up with Peter turning his attention to [[ButtMonkey Meg]], which will get Chris riled up. Chris will search for his biological father. At the end of the episode, it'll be revealed that it's one of the members of KISS. Being a KISS fanboy, Peter will reconcile, and love the fact that his "son" was made by Lois doing KISS.




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** Chris probably dyes his hair blond because, well, he's a teenager. He's trying to fit in with other kids.



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Think about it. Meg is considered to be ugly as sin by everyone, even across multiple universes. Angela is seen as disgusting by Peter and even Quagmire refused to sleep with her. Both Meg and Angela aren't ugly, but are just very plain looking (OK, Angela's breasts were shown to sag heavily in the "Baby You Knock Me Out" episode, but still) and are harassed by everyone else for not being smoking hot. With Meg being treated like crap for so long, it would not surprise me to see Meg become extremely bitter and desperate for love when she reaches her 40s or 50s.

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Think about it. Meg is considered to be ugly as sin by everyone, even across multiple universes. Angela is seen as disgusting by Peter and even Quagmire refused to sleep with her. Both Meg and Angela aren't ugly, but are just very plain looking (OK, (Okay, Angela's breasts were shown to sag heavily in the "Baby You Knock Me Out" episode, but still) and are harassed by everyone else for not being smoking hot. With Meg being treated like crap for so long, it would not surprise me to see Meg become extremely bitter and desperate for love when she reaches her 40s or 50s.



* On a larger scale, this could be the writers admitting that, once this show is done, this show will be known for its shock value, not the originally funny first three seasons,

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* On a larger scale, this could be the writers admitting that, once this show is done, this show will be known for its shock value, not the originally funny first three seasons,seasons.



Stewie notes that whenever you try to alter history, [[ButterflyOfDoom it ends up making the future worse.]] At the end things are back to normal except [[CloseEnoughTimeline Peter's old drinking buddies are with him.]] [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome They've never been seen since the pilot]], so it's quite possible that them staying around [[ForWantForANail would've greatly changed the Griffin's personal history.]] Their presence ended up being a bad influence on Peter and his friends, [[TookALevelInJerkass making him more of a dick.]] A number of other time travelling incursions may explain differences between the pre and post cancellation eras
* Road to Germany is discounted because they pressed the ResetButton on the episode, and since they went back 30 seconds nothing in the immediate future would be altered
* Peter going back in time with Death is partly responsible for Lois and Quagmire's CharacterDerailment. Due to her time with [[AnythingThatMoves Quagmire]], Lois became a lot more kinky and open to [[YourCheatingHeart affairs.]] Considering how Quagmire of all people had successfully settled down to a happy(if really perverted) relationship with Lois, it's likely that the brief bond they shared meant a lot to him. [[FreudianExcuse He became more of a jerk because Present Peter stole Lois from him.]] As for why he even stayed friends with Peter, he probably considering the man [[IdenticalGrandson one of his more dickish relatives.]] [[WesternAnimation/AmericanDad Roger the Alien]], however, ''wasn't'' the consequence of time travel: we know from the show that [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Roger has secret families]] so it isn't implausible he'd stay with the Griffins for some time.
* "The Big Bang Theory" caused drastic alterations to the timeline-not only did it involve Stewie replacing God in a StableTimeLoop, but prematurely killed a famous figure, [[MyOwnGrandpa looped Stewie's only family tree]] and briefly ''[[RealityBreakingParadox utterly fucked up]] [[RetGone the entire]] [[ApocalypseHow universe!]]'' "Life of Brian" changes the rules of time travel because history was so damaged that was an attempt to patch up the tears in reality. The future crossover with The Simpsons(and because of the crossover, by extension Futurama) despite originally [[MutuallyFictional being different universes]] is a consequence of the massive paradox.
* The continuity problems are a consequence of time flowing backwards in "Yug Ylimaf", considering at the end Brian and Stewie still remember(for example Brian would've died eating chocolate, but because of dicking with time ended up [[spoiler:being run over a car instead.]] It also explains why flashbacks seem to fit post-movie cancellation.
* If altering history [[ButterflyOfDoom screws it up]], then [[spoiler:saving Brian]] explains [[TakeThat Season 12.]]

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Stewie notes that whenever you try to alter history, [[ButterflyOfDoom it ends up making the future worse.]] At the end end, things are back to normal except [[CloseEnoughTimeline Peter's old drinking buddies are with him.]] [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome They've never been seen since the pilot]], so it's quite possible that them staying around [[ForWantForANail would've greatly changed the Griffin's personal history.]] Their presence ended up being a bad influence on Peter and his friends, [[TookALevelInJerkass making him more of a dick.]] A number of other time travelling incursions may explain differences between the pre pre- and post cancellation eras
post-cancellation eras.
* Road to Germany is discounted because they pressed the ResetButton on the episode, and since they went back 30 seconds seconds, nothing in the immediate future would be altered
altered.
* Peter going back in time with Death is partly responsible for Lois and Quagmire's CharacterDerailment. Due to her time with [[AnythingThatMoves Quagmire]], Lois became a lot more kinky and open to [[YourCheatingHeart affairs.]] Considering how Quagmire of all people had successfully settled down to a happy(if happy (if really perverted) relationship with Lois, it's likely that the brief bond they shared meant a lot to him. [[FreudianExcuse He became more of a jerk because Present Peter stole Lois from him.]] As for why he even stayed friends with Peter, he probably considering the man [[IdenticalGrandson one of his more dickish relatives.]] [[WesternAnimation/AmericanDad Roger the Alien]], however, ''wasn't'' the consequence of time travel: we know from the show that [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Roger has secret families]] so it isn't implausible he'd stay with the Griffins for some time.
* "The Big Bang Theory" caused drastic alterations to the timeline-not timeline- not only did it involve Stewie replacing God in a StableTimeLoop, but it prematurely killed a famous figure, [[MyOwnGrandpa looped looped]] [[TangledFamilyTree Stewie's only family tree]] and briefly ''[[RealityBreakingParadox utterly fucked up]] [[RetGone the entire]] [[ApocalypseHow universe!]]'' "Life of Brian" changes the rules of time travel because history was so damaged that [[spoiler: Brian getting run over and dying]] was an attempt to patch up the tears in reality. The future crossover with The Simpsons(and ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' (and because of the crossover, by extension Futurama) extension, ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic''), despite originally [[MutuallyFictional being different universes]] universes]], is a consequence of the massive paradox.
* The continuity problems are a consequence of time flowing backwards in "Yug Ylimaf", considering at the end Brian and Stewie still remember(for example remember (for example, Brian would've died eating chocolate, but because of dicking he and Stewie dicked around with time time, he ended up [[spoiler:being [[spoiler: getting run over a car instead.]] It also explains why flashbacks seem to fit post-movie cancellation.
* If altering history [[ButterflyOfDoom screws it up]], then [[spoiler:saving [[spoiler: saving Brian]] explains [[TakeThat Season 12.]]
15th Feb '18 1:56:25 PM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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* His FreudianExcuse for his villainy pre-cancellation is he remembers being trapped in the womb, which is why he goes after a man he believes tried to foil his escape. While he grew out of world domination, his fear of the womb remained so he became [[ArmouredClosetGay armoured closet]] [[InvertedTrope straight]].

[[WMG: One of the reasons Peter acts reckless is because [[PalsWithJesus he's friends with Death]]. ]]
He knows that death isn't final for him, given Death returned him to his own body after being struck by lightning once he helped sort out his problems. Even earlier when Death was put out of commission, it made him(and everyone else) immortal in that period. That has got to screw up your perception of the value of life and death. It led Peter to think that a lot of his more dangerous stunts and reckless attitude was OK because he's pals with Death, becoming even more drunken, rude and gluttonous now that his perception on consequence has been broken. [[DumbassHasAPoint And he's]] [[JerkassHasAPoint not completely wrong]], given in a later episode where he kills himself with drunk diving Death does a favor and lets him have an epiphany before returning him to his body.
12th Feb '18 6:38:30 PM jonrgrover2
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It is almost impossible to die in the Family Guy Universe. The only known way to die is to have time run backwards and to be drawn back into your mother's womb and be absorbed. This almost happened to Stewie. Stewie therefore associates the womb with death, and so he is terrified of lady parts. In the episode where he finds Chris's naughty magazines he machine guns them to death saying "you're not going to hurt any one ever again". He actually likes girls. He is just existentially terrified of them.

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It is almost impossible to die in the Family Guy Universe. The One of the only known way ways to die be KilledOffForReal is to have time run backwards and to be drawn back into your mother's womb and be absorbed. This almost happened to Stewie. Stewie therefore associates the womb with death, and so he is terrified of lady parts. In the episode where he finds Chris's naughty magazines he machine guns them to death saying "you're not going to hurt any one ever again". He actually likes girls. He is just existentially terrified of them.
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