Even if someone like Chris or Meg died, the show wouldn't be the same, it's been 12 whole seasons. Many find his views on religion narrow-minded and his stance on legalising marijuana is painfully dull and not in the least bit edgy. Throughout the series, Quagmire has been shown to be madly in lust with. Also, the only time I remember Quagmire hitting on Lois was when she and Peter where on a break. He may be a womanizer and a player, but he's realistic. And by the way, driving a Prius doesn't make you Jesus Christ! But then they had to ruin it a few episodes later by bringing Brian back in a way that erased the Vinny storyline from the show's universe. Granted, this is a relatively small problem compared to the other issues on the show, but those have already been covered.
AskScience and AskHistorians exist for that. Meanwhile, attempts to discover the source of personal dislike of him, only to become upset once Quagmire scolds him during a dinner date. And that's why you like him so much, he's you! The next morning, Brian shares his newfound love with Peter and Lois before showing them a picture of Ida on his cellphone. In those said seasons, he has a deep hatred towards Brian. Brian should hang out with the guys more often instead of always with Stewie. She might be the only truly good person in the entire series, except maybe Brian who's the only person who treats Meg like a person on a regular basis, but truly good people get treated like crap in Family Guy. Basically, what I'm saying is that, while I understand perfectly that Quagmire would be pissed off upon hearing about it, did he really have to take it that far? He wrote Brian as somewhat of an author avatar, but eventually gained some self-awareness, realized what a douche he was being.
The complaints are valid, but the whole show is just taking potshots at people in general, not just at religious people. It started out being a very well deserved , but as the gag ran on, he began freaking out on Brian for things he had no idea the christmas special where he though his cancerous neice was a boy, how the hell was he supposed to know? His sexual nature and lust for women is hinted through flashbacks of his life starting from infant stage. Where to begin, the preachy episodes about how anyone who would ever believe in God or lean anywhere right of center politically is at best a moron or more likely an active sociopath trying to undermine civilization, or the way all of the characters have been flanderized into complete douchebags? The episodes became a lot less funny and more serious here, the show started to feel like it belonged somewhere else and a bunch of them are very unmemorable. They say that a man's character is told by who you hang with, and that is so true with Joe. Lois meanwhile gets scot-free in everything, the worst that happened in her life is her father being a controlling, overprotective being. The excessively mean-spirited aura of the show in general. And Cleveland, if he was allowed to go back to being the sane man after leaving Stoolbend.
You constantly hit on your best friend's wife. Doing that shit once, with Conway Twitty, was quite amusing - strange at first and when it doesn't stop Andy Kaufman-esque. Brian is essentially Seth in real life, which is why he uses his real voice for him. How long will it be until that happens though? For example, in one episode where Peter's obesity causes a roller coaster to slide back down and crash, would have been funny enough on it's own, but then one of the writers felt the need to have a woman scream. Quagmire believes Brian to be a sellout and a phoney who has no real identity or grasp of reality. Later, when Peter introduces Jerome to , she reveals that the two used to date. I feel like there is such a lot that could be done with Meg and Chris' relationship - like they could turn into a kind of team against their parents - but Chris just remains dumb and Meg just keeps getting tortured.
Not because of his lust for women or being a pervert. Chris - In my opinion he's basically a male meg. Figures have dropped admittedly, but MacFarlane and crew are still pushing forward, perhaps unheeded in their attempt to literally use up every last morsel of the Family Guy teat. And you're such a sponge. Not All Dogs Go To Heaven bugged me in particular - not Brian's religious views, so much as everything else. This doesn't, of course, mean there isn't room for further discussion.
The fact that they're actually going to kill off one of the main cast. Eventually, he was so that he murdered Jeffrey for his abuse against Brenda. You are the worst person I know. Quagmire is a bad human and predator. He is the personification of a culture that is violent, predatory and trash.
Recall the last time Brian made you laugh. Everyone above is complaining about its potshots at religion. Did they honestly not think that through? However, if you want to roleplay as ignorant or incorrect characters, you must add a note saying that your post contains incorrect information. Avoid questions about real-world pseudoscience i. So what's my point here then? They appear randomly, often without a point or a joke to them or any attempt to fit them into the storyline. Good writing for the most part.
The man pays for your food and rescued you from certain death, and this is how you repay him? There was almost nothing redeeming about either feature. Brian then returns home, having been crying on the way back. The fact that the latest episode was about Joe almost committing suicide multiple times in front of his friends is disturbing. According to , it was viewed in 7. Then, Brian puts Meg's faith down with some very shallow views - citing her less-than-attractive appearance when compared to her mother as a justifiable cause of disbelief.
He is characterized primarily by his extreme sexual deviancy. I'm absolutely not saying the fictional character shouldn't exist or saying that comedy shouldn't do something. In addition to the regular cast and Richardson, actress briefly appeared as a crying woman in the episode. Brian's a hypocrite, so that automatically means his advice is wrong? Date User The lengthy explanation aside, it's quite simple: Quagmire is a hedonist, a man that embraces and indulges his animal nature. My theory for why he hates Brian is that he sees himself in Brian because they've both slept with countless women, have illegitimate children and are interested in Lois.
Sometimes they'll throw him a bone and give him a good skit, dialog, or show, but it's rare most of the time he's male meg. The sense of humor has become dark and violent. Everybody knows the Dancing in the Street video or can see what it's like after about 5 seconds. The fact that the current state of the characters has made me wish violence on what Peter has become is what I find wrong with the show. He is a predator and a villain.