Peter's Two Dads Peter accidentally kills his father, only to learn he's not his real father. Meg asks for a lot of things, like a live band, to perform at her birthday party. Peter dresses up as a dirty hobo clown and after getting drunk and trying to ride his unicycle down the stairs, falls and lands on his father, Francis. Brian refers Peter to a hypnotherapist, where he uncovers memories of Francis telling him he is not his real father. Peter goes to talk to his mother about it, and she tells him that she had an affair with an Irish man while vacationing in Ireland 40 years earlier. Upon asking the locals if they know him, they find out he is the town drunk.
Mentally he seems much older, even proclaiming in " I Never Met the Dead Man " to be shooting on a fifth grade level. Stewie is well-spoken, with an advanced vocabulary, an upper-class British accent and an ambiguous sexual orientation. He refers to Peter often as 'The Fat man' and his mother by her given name, Lois. Seth MacFarlane has described him as "an evil Rex Harrison".
He also lives with a talking dog, Brian Griffin. In the episode Homerland , Chris appeared in the ending credits. Chris was depicted as a Simpsonized version of himself, looking mainly the same as he does in the Family Guy series, only with the one vital difference of his skin being yellow. In the episode The Simpsons Guy , Chris had to leave Quahog with the rest of his family to get away from a bunch of angry feminists who were mad at his father's comics.
Family Guy 's ninth season first aired on the Fox network in eighteen episodes from September 26, to May 22, before being released as two DVD box sets and in syndication. Family Guy follows the dysfunctional Griffin family —father Peter , mother Lois , daughter Meg , son Chris , baby Stewie and dog Brian , all of whom reside in their hometown of Quahog. The season's showrunners were Hentemann and Callaghan. Three of the eighteen episodes are included in the volume.