Stewie: No, that's great, actually because, now anyone walking behind you will know you had 60 dollars.
Peter: Whoa, that is awesome, Lois! Your bum looks like an NBA star's arm! Except it's not paying someone to install a Playstation in a car.

Lois: You guys shouldn't have done this!
Stewie: Hey, any time you can celebrate the end of someone's periods.

Nice throw, Casey Anthony.

Stewie: Ah, look at this, she's taped photographs of Virginia Woolf and Katy Perry on the inside cover, as if she's some sort of hip hybrid of those two things.
Brian: Yeah, like she could ever write "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
Stewie: "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" was not written by Virginia Woolf.
Brian: Yeah, obviously, but y'know, it's pretty much about her.
Stewie: It really isn't, Brian.

Meg: Oh, he's so cute!
Stewie: Oh my god, we're getting closer to the beginning! You're Lacey Chabert!

I've taken on bigger challenges before. I had to explain to America why Heidi Klum broke up with Seal. [smash cut to Stewie facing the screen against a white background] Face.

What kind of jerk alters time and then falls asleep?

Stewie: Brian, what the hell are you doing in here? What's happening to my time machine?
Brian: I don't know man, I saw Meg leaving a minute ago going "mwuhahahahaha" but I don't know.

Well, now I've seen Woodrow Wilson naked.

Stay away from my brother's butt.

Look, Brian! Meg is one of the sensitive, bearded Robin Williams characters!

Stewie: Lee writes: "Dear Family Guy, was your show based on anything?" That's a great question, Lee. In fact, Family Guy is based on an American television series called The Simpsons.

Family Guy Quotes

Stewie: (Comes into the bedroom) Lois! Lois! Lois! Lois! Lois! Lois! Mom! Mom! Mom! Mommy! Mommy! Mommy! Mama! Mama! Mama! Ma! Ma! Ma! Ma! Mum! Mum! Mum! Mum! Mummy! Mummy! Mumma! Mumma! Mumma!
Lois: What!?
Stewie: Hi! (Giggling and running out of the room)

The secret to happiness is burying all your true feelings and living a life of bland compromise.