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Once obsessed with world domination and matricide, Stewie is the youngest child of Peter and Lois Griffin. His older siblings are Chris and Meg. While highly literate and able to cite pop culture references that date to long before his birth, he is also entranced by Raffi and the Teletubbies.
MacFarlane has stated that Stewie is meant to represent the general helplessness of an infant through the eyes of an adult.
Per cartoon physics, his ability to move objects of greater weight than himself is not surprising to other characters, nor is his ability to retrieve firearms from hammerspace.
He has constructed advanced fighter-jets, a mind control device, a weather control device, a teleportation device, robots, clones, a working Transporter device from Star Trek, time machines, a Multiverse Transporter, a shrinking pod,  as well as an assortment of guns including lasers, rocket launchers, and crossbows.
Stewie employs these to cope with the stresses of infant life such as teething pain, and eating broccoli  and to murder his mother, Lois, with mixed success at best depending on the objective. In other, recent episodes, Stewie engages in other violent or criminal acts, including robbery, owning firearms while underage, carjacking,  loan sharking,  forgery,  and killing off many minor characters with a tank, guns, and other assorted weaponry.
The events are reverted in a deus ex machina ending, where most of the story turns out to be a computer simulation. Because of the rather disastrous ending for himself in the simulation, he decides to put aside his plans of matricide and world domination for the time being.
In particular, he shares a kinship with Brian whom he considers an intellectual peer. When Brian profusely apologizes, Stewie leaves, saying, "You gotta work on that.
While Stewie generally regards Chris as a stooge, he has encouraged him, and even helped Chris to dress when he felt too shy to date "Extra Large Medium".
In the episode "Stewie Loves Lois" it is shown that Stewie can love his mom, after she recovers Rupert, fixes him, and serves a meal he likes. When he becomes too dependent on her, she deliberately takes no notice of him, when he hurts himself she tries to show notice of him again, but he then goes back to his old ways.
In a more recent episode "New Kidney in Town" he learns of Brian giving his kidneys to save Peter who is undergoing kidney surgery after he drinks kerosene. This however presents several problems, as Stewie is only one year old and Lois attended college decades before he was born, as well as the fact that Stewie has two older siblings, and in the episode it is clear she made the movie before she met Peterwho is definitely the father of Meg and Chris.
In the more recent seasons Stewie has a larger amount of freedom from his parents, which extends to the point of him being able to keep pigs from parallel universes or take part in the television series Jolly Farm, as compared to the first season, in which his plans were constantly hindered by Lois.
In "The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair", Stewie inadvertently clones an evil twin of himself after trying to increase his evil nature.
By the end of the episode, it is suggested that the original Stewie may have been unknowingly killed by Brian when he cannot tell them apart and Stewie turns to the camera, the evil clone presumably replacing his position in the Griffin family.
But so far, the Stewie recently seen in "Trading Places", the follow-up episode, he still seems to have his mostly harmless eccentricity, shown when he asks Brian if he wants to trade places with him for fun.
The comic strip Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth also features an infant boy who has a football-shaped head with some hairs sticking out of it, talks in a very eloquent manner, fears his mother and constantly comes up with inventions to help him escape from her. About the characters, he remarked, "[The similarities are] a little too coincidental to be simply, well, coincidental.
For example, in one episode his cellphone screensaver is a muscular man, and another example is that he has a picture of Chris Noth in his wallet. On the commentary of Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story, the writers describe how they were going to make Stewie discover he was gay Template: Characters evolve in certain ways and we found that doing the take-over-the-world thing every week was getting played out and was starting to feel a little dated.
It had to do with the harassment he took from other kids at school. He ends up going back in time to prevent a passage in Leviticus from being written: It is an abomination. Ultimately, Stewie will be gay or a very unhappy repressed heterosexual. He has a lot of aggression, which comes from confusion and uncertainty about his orientation.
Alongside t-shirts, Stewie has been included in various other Family Guy-related merchandise, including air fresheners, baseball caps, bumper stickers, cardboard standups, refrigerator magnets, key rings, buttons, dolls, posters, figurines, clocks, soapstone carvings, Chia Pets, bowling balls and boxer shorts.
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Stewie has appeared in the Family Guy Video Game!Stewie: How you uh, how you comin' on that novel you're working on? Huh? Gotta a big, uh, big stack of papers there? Gotta, gotta nice little story you're working on there?
Your big novel you've. Oh, I know it hurts now Brian, but look at the bright side, you have some new material for that novel you've been writing. You know, the novel you've been working on. You know, the the one, uh. Family Guy - Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story Still, there are some flaws here.
I think that this new installment could have been a little different. An example would be how Peter tells the story, it didn't have to be another blackout.
Most importantly as a Family Guy fan I am not a fan of the fact that Stewie is an ambiguously gay /5(K). Writing a Novel is Hard Work: Just loosen up a little! You should create to bring you closer to others, to express yourself, and to bring beauty into the world.
Don’t feel pressured to be a brooding, moody artist. This happened to Stewie Griffin in the season four episode ‘Peter’s Got Woods.’. Stewie Griffin: [hitting on some co-eds] I must say, the most recent campus sporting event was quite spectacular.
Are you in a fraternity, little boy? Stewie . Stewie: How you uh, how you comin' on that novel you're working on? Huh? Gotta a big, uh, big stack of papers there? Gotta, gotta nice little story you're working on there?
Your big novel you've.