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Yes definitely Stewie's intentions were more sinister in the earlier seasons where a fondness for Lois,a wonderful relationship with Brian,an ambiguous sexual. Stewie is the baby of the Griffin clan, the youngest and brightest of the bunch development obsessed with killing his mother, Lois, and taking over the world The relationship between Brian and Stewie is complicated, which. Stewart Gilligan "Stewie" Griffin is a fictional character from the animated television series . In a few episodes, such as "Stewie Loves Lois", it is shown that Stewie can love his mother. In that episode, after Lois recovers and repairs a lost.
Another is where he has a picture of Chris Noth in his wallet and he expresses his wishes to have sexual relations with Brian's son, Dylan.
When he plays with a baby girl, husband and wife living in a little house in the garden, he discovers she has a boyfriend. He then burns the house and kills them, then asks Brian why he couldn't do the same things with a friend he must with women saying, "Why doesn't that exist? Oh yeah, I can totally get into that.
In " Something, Something, Something, Dark Side ", Stewie who plays the role of Darth Vader threatens to "choke" the person in charge of the tractor beam. It turns out this person is a muscular man, whom Stewie does "choke", but not by neck.
The muscular man states "I can breathe just fine You're choking my-," and is interrupted by Stewie who replies, "I know. On other occasions, such as when Stewie falls in love with a girl, Janet, in " Dammit Janet! In the commentary for Stewie Griffin: The Untold Storythe writers describe how they were going to make Stewie discover he was gay, but decided to scrap this idea in order to retain Stewie's sexual ambiguity for writing purposes.
MacFarlane planned for the series' third season to end with Stewie coming out of the closet after a near-death experience.
The show's abrupt cancellation caused MacFarlane to abort these plans, and the episode "Queer Is Stewie? Since that point, MacFarlane has opted to have Stewie portrayed as sexually ambiguous, as, in his eyes, the flexibility of Stewie's sexuality allows for much more freedom in terms of writing for the character. 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. The first season did have Lois enter a Karate dojo, and quickly rise to the top and eventually beating the snot out of her own teacher. A recent example was when Meg asks her parents if one of them could give her a ride to a college interview. Peter states that they need to short out their schedules, and they leave the frame only to have sounds of intense fighting ensue.
They come back with Peter severely injured and happy to take Meg to her interview with Lois not having a scratch on her. On top of this, she can be kind and smart. All of this tends to bring the men and sometimes women in droves looking to get a shot at Lois. Considering that Quagmire tries to get close to every woman he sees though, everyone mostly just brushes it off as Quagmire being Quagmire.
Brian lives rent-free at the Griffin house, even though he rarely is ever seen contributing to the household. Stewie also shows infant-like tendencies such as pretending his tryke is an actual vehicle. Stewie's ability to move objects of greater weight than himself is not surprising to other characters, nor is his ability to perform martial arts or retrieve firearms from hammerspace. In " Dog Gone ", after he made jokes about Brian killing a dog, Brian asks him how he'd feel if he had killed another baby.
He merely replied by telling him he's killed seven, acting as if it was no big deal. He also tries to get children to drink poison.
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In " Love Thy Trophy " his foster siblings who are each of different races asked him if he wanted to lay down and complete their people rainbow and he suggested that they play "Drink the Stuff Under the Sink" instead. Stewie, like his mother, has a masochistic personality.
This was revealed in " Peter's Two Dads " when Lois spanked Stewie for destroying her pearl necklace. Stewie later confided to Rupert that he found that he enjoyed suffering from such pain, and unsuccessfully went out of his way to provoke Lois several times in the episode into spanking him again.
He even had a day dream in which he was tortured by Lois, who was clad in a dominatrix outfit. Brian then painfully but successfully puts Stewie's arm back in its socket. After the act, Stewie notes that he won't say if he liked it or not. In " Friends of Peter G ", shown in a vision given by DeathPeter enters the kitchen drunk and angry, forcing his family to line up to get cigar burns. After Stewie is burned, he returns in a disguise in hopes to get burned again. In " Total Recall ", he claims he plays choking games with Rupert.
Early in the series he was portrayed as being completely obsessed with world domination and killing Lois. In " Chitty Chitty Death Bang ", It was revealed that after Stewie's birth, the doctor found a map of Europe with plans to bomb its capitals inside Lois.
He still wants to kill Lois and take over the world but those goals have taken a back seat, although He admits in " Send in Stewie, Please " that he still likes to talk about them.
In select episodes, Stewie has exhibited some of his more sociopathic side, such as shooting Brian in the leg in " Back to the Pilot ". Stewie tried to recapture some of those traits in " The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair " and ended up creating an evil clone of himself.
Despite all of Stewie's evil traits he did genuinely care about Brian. When ordered to kill Brian by his girlfriend Penelope in " Mr.
Stewie ", Stewie struggled to do so but eventually chose to spare Brian and protect him from Penelope. He also comforted Brian after Glenn Quagmire ranted about how much he hated him in " Jerome Is the New Black " and informed Brian that he didn't need Quagmire to like him as long as he liked himself. He then added that he liked him and allowed him to sleep in his room. When Brian was killed by a car in " Life of Brian ", Stewie's devastation over Brian's death caused him to be cold and nasty towards Vinnya replacement family dog until Vinny told him that he understood what he was going through due to the death of his own previous owner.
After that, Stewie bonded with Vinny, imitating his Italian personality at times such as in " In Harmony's Way " when Vinny suggests Quagmire wear a necklace. Contents [ show ] Understanding Stewie A running gag has occurred over whether or not the family can understand Stewie's speech, especially given his tendency towards homicidal remarks. The Griffins appear to ignore most of what Stewie says, though on occasion they have responded to his speech.
This has been referred in " E.
Peterbus Unum " as a meta-joke. The end of the episode reveals it actually being a historical video, projected to a group of students in the future. When the presenter asks if there are any questions, one of the students responds with "I don't get it. Brian and Jillian are the only adults that seem to fully understand what he's saying; however there have been occasions when other characters have evidently understood him.
Brian can always understand him though, and they often have conversations between themselves, including musical numbers, arguments and bad advice. Lauren Conrad is even able to understand him. On the rare occasions he speaks directly to Meg or Chris they also sometimes reply. In " Extra Large Medium ", Chris has a lot of dialog with Stewie that make it plain that he is able to understand him. Stewie complained that they were only NOW interested in him since they had found out he was an evil genius, whereas the previous week Peter had ignored his macaroni picture of an owl.
In " Chitty Chitty Death Bang ", Stewie talks to the cult leaderwho understands fully what he says, not seeing him until seconds before Stewie kills him. During a dream in " Bigfat ", Hank Hill walks in and demands to know who the fat guy is sleeping with his wife Lois, before waking up again with his real wife Peggy Hill and complains about not getting to find out if they can understand what Stewie says. When the family adopted Vinnyhe was able to understand Stewie perfectly and throughout all the episodes with him, Vinny and Stewie exchanged dialogue just like he does with Brian.
A mall Santa is able to understand Stewie in " Christmas Guy ".
When being carried home from the hospital in " Yug Ylimaf ", Chris questions if anyone else heard Stewie while he talked to Brian after being born. This is immediately dismissed by Lois. Anne Murray understands Stewie when he and Brian go to see her about the meaning behind her song "Snowbird" in " Chris Cross ". When Peter discovers a whip in Quagmire's mail and decides to play with it in " Herpe, the Love Sore ", Stewie compliments him on the " Cool hWhip " and Peter turns the whip on him as Stewie questions how Peter can suddenly understand him.
When Stewie comments to Chris that someone should call Lois a pig for picking her teeth at the table in " Meg Stinks! Hartman understands and converses with Stewie, albeit a disguised one, in " Stewie Is Enceinte ". When Stewie accepts Peter's apology to the family in " Inside Family Guy ", Peter thanks and admits he can understand him. When Meg fumbles around describing menstrual periods in " Saturated Fat Guy ", Stewie cuts to the chase, although Chris points out that he already understands her.
During the " Theme From "Family Guy" " in " "Family Guy" Through the Years ", Peter attributes Stewie's limited speech to a wizard, associating it with a trope used to explain a lack of continuity as "a wizard did it. Even by age 35 Stewie does not know how to have sex, although in Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story he changes the future after seeing it as a baby. The Gay Side of Stewie Stewie is seemingly a closet bisexual.
Continuous jokes during the series involves Stewie and homosexuality. Stewie has also been seen frequently flirting with male characters in the series.
Still, he has seemed attracted to female characters.