Peter teaches meg about dating
Over the years, the main couple of Family Guy, Lois and Peter Griffin, have been through just about every strange adventure and scenario you can think of.
It’s hard not to feel a major disconnect between the two, however, considering just how different they are as people.
Think Oliver and the Artful Dodger, that kind of thing.
It's going to be East London in the winter – far from traditional." Uh oh.
In spite of never winning a single Emmy award, Family Guy has been a television staple for years.
Seth Mac Farlane, the creator of the show and the voice behind at least sixty percent of the main cast, has stuck with his brainchild through thick and thin.
Ultimately, the show's popularity led to the raunchier replacement show American Dad (among other properties with the series' unique brand of humor).
A regular day at the Griffin’s house isn’t exactly what others would call normal.
No amount of Stewie’s trademark British accented shouting can be understood by either Lois or Peter.
As with many things on the show, however, this isn’t always true.
, featuring a New England family from Quahog, Rhode Island: bumbling, politically incorrect, pop culture-obsessed patriarch Peter Griffin; mostly sane former party girl, wife, and mother, Lois (formerly Lois Pewterschmidt, a member of one of Rhode Island's wealthiest families); slow-witted son Chris, social outcast and family punching bag, Meg; diabolical, Ambiguously Gay, inexplicably British baby son Stewie; and martini-slurping, Soapbox Sadie family dog, Brian. As this is an ongoing series, expect some story summaries, titles, and episode orders to be changed.
Episodes are listed by broadcast order, not based on production codes or how they're ordered on the DVD releases.