Peter Löwenbräu Griffin, Sr is the lead character of the American animated show Family Guy. With Irish descent, Peter is obese, unintelligent and obnoxious. He lives in Quahog, Rhode Island and is married to Lois Pewterschmidt with three children, Chris, Stewie and Meg Griffin.
Stewie is the son of Lois and Peter Griffin, who is sometimes seen making attempts to kill his mother and take over the world. In Family Guy, Stewie has been shown to be bisexual, as he's had female lovers but often shares homosexual tendencies.
Brian is a talking dog that is a member of the Griffin family in Quahog, Rhode Island. He often drinks and enjoys jazz music.
Lois is the wife of Peter Griffin and the mother of their 3 children, Meg, Chris, and Stewie. She is a loving, caring mother, but has a wild side all it's own.
Middle child of the Griffin Family.
Meg Griffin is one of three children in the Griffin family, featured in the animated television program Family Guy. She is often depicted as the "black sheep" of the family.
Glen Quagmire is an airline pilot with an interest in perverse sexual practices.
The Quahog 5 News Anchorman.
Adam West is true American hero, icon and Family Guy character.
The wife of Joe Swanson.
Carter Pewterschmidt is Lois's wealthy father and husband of Barbara Pewterschmidt.
Asian News Reporter who works for the Anchorman Tom Tucker.
The Griffin's Family Doctor.
Formerly an anchor for Quahog News 5 with Tom Tucker. She became a murderer.
Son of God in Christianity, Muslim Prophet in Islam, and Jewish teacher in Judaism.
Owner and Bartender at The Drunken Clam
The main deity of the Abrahamic religions.
Personification of Death. One of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
Kermit is an anthropomorphized anurid (frog). He is the leader of the Muppets as well as being a frequent contributor to the trials and tribulations of the street life at Sesame Street (can you tell me how to get there?)
Santa Claus is an amalgamation of several mythological characters; notably the Dutch Sinterklaas, Saint Nicholas and Father Christmas.
A giant smiling red pitcher, presumably filled with red Kool-Aid and sometimes a few ice cubes. Most famous for his TV commercials, he can break through walls to provide kids with refreshing Kool-Aid. His catch phrase is "Oh yeah". He used to be called "Pitcher Man".
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