Did you noticed that? Here is my "philosophical" interpretation of this magnificent cartoon.
Peter is "Carefree", loves to have fun in the pub, outlandish business with friends, not thinking of anything problematic, good food and resting on the couch watching TV.But he's also "Authority",at the end all revolves around what he does. And when it comes to family and friends, is more than ready to lend a hand, sometimes with incredible steadfastness and affection.
Lois is "Responsibility",is a more attentive parent than Peter, strives to understand the children even when the views...
Family Guy Script
Summary: When Stewie gets a cold, Lois is forced to take him to the doctor, where his birth certificate shows up, revealing that he’s Quagmire’s son.
Peter: What the hell is he talking about?
Englishman: Oh, it’s Cricket. Marvelous game, really. You see, the bowler hurls the ball toward the batter who tries to play away a fine leg. He endeavors to score by dashing between the creases, provided the wicket keeper hasn’t whipped his bails off, of course.
Peter: Anybody get that?
Cleveland: The only British idiom I know is that “fag” means “cigarette.”
Peter: Well, someone tell this “cigarette” to shut up.
So, I know a lot of you guys are thinking that Meg or some other character should've been killed over Brian. Well, Seth gave the reason for choosing Brian. If they had killed Meg or Chris, Mila Kunis or Seth Green would be out of a job. So it has to be one of Seth's characters. He didn't want to kill a baby (Stewie) or the main character (Peter.) It is reallllly sad, but Seth wanted to shake up the show and Brian seemed to be his only choice.
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