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  • Brian Griffin is a fictional character from the animated television series Family Guy, and is voiced by show creator Seth MacFarlane. He is an anthropomorphic white Beagle who stands bipedally (although in early episodes he is often depicted sitting on all fours). MacFarlane uses his normal speaking voice for Brian, as opposed to the vocal modifications he makes when voicing other characters in the show such as Peter, Stewie, and Quagmire. In the Larry shorts, Seth MacFarlane provided the same voice as Brian for a dog named Steve, who had a similar personality. In the 1000th issue of Entertainment Weekly, Brian Griffin was selected as the Dog for "The Perfect TV Family."
  • Brian H. Griffin (born June 30 1985) is a 27-year old talking white Labrador who has lived with the Griffin family since Peter picked him up as a stray. He also possesses various anthropomorphic qualities, such as the ability to speak intelligently, drive a car, and walk bipedally. Earlier in the series, he used the catch phrase "Whose leg do you have to hump to get a dry martini around here?". He also has a particularly sharp wit. Peter is his best friend, despite Brian's vastly superior intelligence - on several occasions, Brian has had to explain Peter's inability to do various things, such as haggling over prices. In "Brian Goes Back to College", it is revealed that Brian went to Brown University in Rhode Island, but did not graduate.
  • Brian H. Griffin is the Griffin family's talking dog on Family Guy. He is a struggling writer/author who was born on a farm in the rural areas of Austin, Texas. He is strongly disliked by his sex-crazed neighbor, Glenn Quagmire but he is able to maintain a relationship with his best friend, Stewie Griffin. On the Family Guy episode "Life Of Brian" He is killed by an oncoming car and is replaced by an Italian-American dog named Vinny. Two episodes later, he is brought back by Stewie via the return pad for his time machine.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Brian Griffin is an 8-year old talking white Labrador who has lived with the Griffin family since Peter picked him up as a stray. He also possesses various anthropomorphic qualities, such as the ability to speak intelligently, drive a car, and walk bipedally. Earlier in the series, he used the catch phrase "Whose leg do you have to hump to get a dry martini around here?". He also has a particularly sharp wit. Peter is his best friend, despite Brian's vastly superior intelligence - on several occasions, Brian has had to explain Peter's inability to do various things, such as haggling over prices.
  • Brian Griffin è il noto cane parlante della serie tv I Griffin. Il cane, creato unicamente perché alla serie serviva un personaggio normale (chi, al giorno d’ oggi, non ha un cane parlante in casa?), appare come un normale cittadino di mezza età (eccettuando il fatto che è un cane), in cerca di una compagna che condivida le sue passioni. Chissà perché, nessuno sembra accorgersi che è un cane, neanche quando ci fa sesso.
  • Brian Griffin es un perro ficticio y personaje de la serie Padre de familia. Seth MacFarlane le presta su voz desde los inicios de la serie, aunque su primera aparición fue en un cortometraje en 1998. Brian fue creado y diseñado por MacFarlane basándose en el personaje canino de Larry and Steve.
  • Brian Griffin is the tritagonist in Family Guy. He is the Griffin family's pet dog and one of their best friends. In "Life of Brian," he dies after being struck by a car. However, two episodes later, in "Christmas Guy", Stewie soon saw his past time traveling self and was able to steal his return pad and transport back to the point where Brian was killed. Before the car could hit Brian, Stewie pushed him out of the way and saved his life.
  • Brian Griffin is the tritagonist of Family Guy. He is the Griffin family's pet dog and one of their best friends.
  • In "The Return of the Bling", Klaus is ready to go to school decked on in an assortment of Family Guy gear, including a Brian Griffin baseball cap. In "The People vs. Martin Sugar", when Stan names his Top Ten Favorite Dogs, Brian being his favorite. Brian however doesn't acknowledge who Stan is. Brian is voiced by Family Guy creator and American Dad! co-creator Seth MacFarlane.
  • In "Ain't Nothin' But Mutton Bustin'", stuffed Brian and Stewie toys are available at the fair. In "BFFs", Brian and Stewie distract Cleveland off-screen as they are still inside their house, while Peter sneaks to his car, not wanting to speak to Cleveland. Cleveland and Cleveland Brown Jr. mention what a douchebag Brian is over his atheism in "The Hurricane". Roberta also plays with marionettes of Brian and Stewie Griffin. One of the dogs Junior and Rallo catch in "Hustle 'N' Bros." resembles Brian although the dog tells them that they are not the same.
  • Brian was a young but super intelligent young dog but for some reason, no one liked him. They kept saying mean things, like he'll never accomplish his dreams and garbage like that. However, Brain was hiding something no one had thought of... He was amazing at poetry. So good, that it made Weegee cry. Yeah, you heard that right? Anywho, the bullying days were done as he progressed into being a BAD-@$$! He was so dang cool that C3 looked up to him.
  • Brian Griffin is an 8-year old talking white Labrador who has lived with the Griffin family since Peter picked him up as a stray. He also possesses various anthropomorphic qualities, such as the ability to speak intelligently, drive a car, and walk bipedally. Earlier in the series, he used the catch phrase "Whose leg do you have to hump to get a dry martini around here?". He also has a particularly sharp wit. Peter is his best friend, despite Brian's vastly superior intelligence - on several occasions, Brian has had to explain Peter's inability to do various things, such as haggling over prices. In "Brian Goes Back to College", it is revealed that Brian went to Brown University in Rhode Island, but did not graduate.
  • Brian ist zwar der Hund der Griffins, spricht und handelt jedoch wie ein Mensch. Er hockt manchmal bei gemeinsamen Fernsehabenden auf dem Boden, geht aber in aller Regel auf zwei Beinen. Er ist überdurchschnittlich intelligent und besitzt eine deutlich vornehmere und gewähltere Sprache als der Rest der Familie. In der Regel können die anderen Tiere der Serie nicht sprechen, soweit es nicht im Rahmen eines Gags notwendig ist. Insofern ist Brian eine außergewöhnliche Erscheinung, wird jedoch von allen anderen Charakteren wie ein ganz normaler Mensch behandelt.
  • Brian Griffin is a fictional character from the animated television series Family Guy, and is voiced by show creator Seth MacFarlane. MacFarlane uses his normal speaking voice for Brian, as opposed to the vocal modifications he makes when voicing other characters in the show such as both Peter and Stewie Griffin, and Glenn Quagmire. In the Larry shorts, MacFarlane provided the same voice as Brian for a dog named Steve, who also had a similar personality. Brian's image has appeared in numerous publications and merchandising for the series.
  • “Only because our fans are smart enough and have been loyal to our show for long enough, to know that they can trust us, we always make choices that always work to the greatest benefit of the series.” -Steve Callaghan drastically overestimating the general intelligence of the fans. On November 24, 2013, the Family Guy writers gained some sense and killed him off in the most predictable and sloppy way possible. After a half assed attempt at being emotional, the Griffins found another dog named Vinny who ultimately became the show's first likeable character since the Evil Monkey.
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Sexo
  • Masculino
Doblaje
  • Seth MacFarlane
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  • Anti-Heroic Dog
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  • Blanco
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  • Opportunist
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Goals
  • Become famous through any means.
  • Varies upon episode.
  • To protect Stewie , become famous, many other goals depending on the episode
Full Name
  • Brian Griffin
  • Brian H. Griffin
Jobs
  • *Author *Cab Driver *RadioAmateur Worker onFamily Guy Movie *Show dog in "Brian: Portrait of a Dog" *co-Owner of pLace in "Tales of a Third Grade Nothing" *Host of The Lunch Hour and co-host of Dingo and the Baby in "Mother Tucker" *Soldier in United States Army in "Saving Private Brian" *Journalist *Police officer in "The Thin White Line" *Adult film Director in "Brian Does Hollywood" *Producer of Class Holes! in "Brian Griffin's House of Payne" *Actor *Activist *Santa Claus in "Road to the North Pole"
Origin
  • Family Guy
Skills
  • High Intelligence
  • Sharpshooting
  • Trash talk
  • Hand-to-hand combat proficiency
  • Enhanced hearing
  • Enhanced smell
  • *Superior Athleticism *High Intelligence *Marksmanship *Weaponry Usage *Expert Tactician *Hand-to-Hand Combat *Multilingualism *Enhanced Smelling *Enhanced Hearing *Tracking Instincts
  • Weaponry usage
Familia
  • Dylan Flannigan Coco Biscuit Jasper
Age
  • 27
  • 856
Voiced by
  • * Seth MacFarlane * Kotaro Watanabe
  • *Seth MacFarlane *Kotaro Watanabe
Name
  • Brian
  • Brian Griffin
Caption
  • Brian
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Quotes
  • *Whose leg do you have to hump to get a dry martini around here? *What the hell are you doing! *I'm not going to call the hospital because you won't learn anything if I do. *Screw off! *Oh my god, they killed Meg! *It's just like it's you and me, Peter. * I fucked your dad.
Alias
  • Dog
  • Brian
  • Professor Comedy
Hobby
  • Trash talk
  • Singing.
  • Having sex.
  • Acting like he is well cultured.
  • Doing drugs.
  • Drinking alcoholic beverages
  • Time-traveling with Stewie.
  • Write plays, spending time with people, sleeping with many women, drinking, watching porn
Performer
Header
  • Dog Chronology
Occupation
  • Writer
Episodes
  • All
  • All except "In Harmony's Way" and "Candy Quahog Marshmallow!"
Fullname
  • Brian Griffin
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  • 200
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  • Brian Griffin is a fictional character from the animated television series Family Guy, and is voiced by show creator Seth MacFarlane. He is an anthropomorphic white Beagle who stands bipedally (although in early episodes he is often depicted sitting on all fours). MacFarlane uses his normal speaking voice for Brian, as opposed to the vocal modifications he makes when voicing other characters in the show such as Peter, Stewie, and Quagmire. In the Larry shorts, Seth MacFarlane provided the same voice as Brian for a dog named Steve, who had a similar personality. In the 1000th issue of Entertainment Weekly, Brian Griffin was selected as the Dog for "The Perfect TV Family."
  • “Only because our fans are smart enough and have been loyal to our show for long enough, to know that they can trust us, we always make choices that always work to the greatest benefit of the series.” -Steve Callaghan drastically overestimating the general intelligence of the fans. On November 24, 2013, the Family Guy writers gained some sense and killed him off in the most predictable and sloppy way possible. After a half assed attempt at being emotional, the Griffins found another dog named Vinny who ultimately became the show's first likeable character since the Evil Monkey. As expected of a "smart enough" fanbase, the middle school aged viewers brought the world to a sudden stop over the death of cartoon character and not, for example, the other countries who can blow them to the high heavens any second. Only two weeks later did Brian return from the dead, also in the most poorly written way possible. MacFarlane alleged this whole fiasco was not an attempt to improve the show in any way or at least add some fresh air, but a "lesson" to the fans. The world was not fooled, as anyone can tell it was all just a cry for attention for the show.
  • In "The Return of the Bling", Klaus is ready to go to school decked on in an assortment of Family Guy gear, including a Brian Griffin baseball cap. In "The People vs. Martin Sugar", when Stan names his Top Ten Favorite Dogs, Brian being his favorite. Brian however doesn't acknowledge who Stan is. Steve and Roger watch a DVD of Stewie Griffin and Brian taking a plane to Miami to hatch a scheme at Florida State University in "The Worst Stan". Steve and Roger question the reality of a baby and a dog flying and are smugly satisfied that a boy and an alien in a wig taking a bus trip are perfectly normal. Brian is voiced by Family Guy creator and American Dad! co-creator Seth MacFarlane.
  • Brian H. Griffin (born June 30 1985) is a 27-year old talking white Labrador who has lived with the Griffin family since Peter picked him up as a stray. He also possesses various anthropomorphic qualities, such as the ability to speak intelligently, drive a car, and walk bipedally. Earlier in the series, he used the catch phrase "Whose leg do you have to hump to get a dry martini around here?". He also has a particularly sharp wit. Peter is his best friend, despite Brian's vastly superior intelligence - on several occasions, Brian has had to explain Peter's inability to do various things, such as haggling over prices. In "Brian Goes Back to College", it is revealed that Brian went to Brown University in Rhode Island, but did not graduate.
  • Brian H. Griffin is the Griffin family's talking dog on Family Guy. He is a struggling writer/author who was born on a farm in the rural areas of Austin, Texas. He is strongly disliked by his sex-crazed neighbor, Glenn Quagmire but he is able to maintain a relationship with his best friend, Stewie Griffin. On the Family Guy episode "Life Of Brian" He is killed by an oncoming car and is replaced by an Italian-American dog named Vinny. Two episodes later, he is brought back by Stewie via the return pad for his time machine.
  • Brian ist zwar der Hund der Griffins, spricht und handelt jedoch wie ein Mensch. Er hockt manchmal bei gemeinsamen Fernsehabenden auf dem Boden, geht aber in aller Regel auf zwei Beinen. Er ist überdurchschnittlich intelligent und besitzt eine deutlich vornehmere und gewähltere Sprache als der Rest der Familie. In der Regel können die anderen Tiere der Serie nicht sprechen, soweit es nicht im Rahmen eines Gags notwendig ist. Insofern ist Brian eine außergewöhnliche Erscheinung, wird jedoch von allen anderen Charakteren wie ein ganz normaler Mensch behandelt. Außerdem scheint Brian ein exzessiver Raucher zu sein, weil er oftmals mit einer Zigarette vor einem vollen Zigarrenbecher sitzt. Besondere Vorlieben von Brian sind Oper und Jazz. Er soll unter anderem fließend französisch und etwas spanisch sprechen können. Unter anderem ist Brian ein Mitglied von Mensa. Brian hat auch schon als Autor für Zeitschriften gearbeitet. Brian ist als junger Hund auf einer Farm aufgewachsen und wurde später von Peter auf der Straße aufgelesen und in die Familie aufgenommen. Er besuchte früher die Brown University, scheiterte aber auf Grund eines Kurses an seinem Abschluss. Ferner ist er in Lois verliebt, wird aber in der Folge Hundeliebe (2ACX01) von ihr zurückgewiesen und ist dann allerdings in der Folge Robinson Griffin (4ACX15) sogar kurzzeitig mit ihr verheiratet, als Peter auf hoher See verschollen ist. (Sie führten allerdings zu seinem Ärgernis keine sexuelle Beziehung). Brian nimmt häufig die Rolle des leicht frustrierten Intellektuellen ein und hat eine deutliche Schwäche für alkoholische Getränke. Seine Avancen bei Frauen enden meist ebenso als tragisch-komische Misserfolge wie seine gelegentlichen Versuche der Selbstverwirklichung. So war er unter anderem schon kurzzeitig als Aushilfslehrer an Chris' High School, als Redakteur des New Yorker oder als preisgekrönter Porno-Regisseur tätig. Ähnlich wie Stewie wird auch Brian häufig von dem eingeholt, was er eigentlich ist. So wird sein kultiviertes, menschliches Auftreten immer wieder durch seine tierischen Instinkte und Verhaltensweisen konterkariert, zum Beispiel dann, wenn er zwanghaft einem Tennisball hinterher rennt oder aus Angst den Staubsauger anbellt. Besonders scharf tragen diesen Kontrast aber jene (seltenen) Szenen zur Schau, in denen er unvermittelt Afroamerikaner anbellt, sofort gefolgt von einer sehr schamvollen Entschuldigung seinerseits, dass da sein Vater, der aus dem Süden stamme, aus ihm spreche – eine besonders starke Ironie, da Brian geradezu das Musterbeispiel des liberalen, weltoffenen „Menschen“ in der Serie ist. Kategorie:Family Guy
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Brian Griffin is an 8-year old talking white Labrador who has lived with the Griffin family since Peter picked him up as a stray. He also possesses various anthropomorphic qualities, such as the ability to speak intelligently, drive a car, and walk bipedally. Earlier in the series, he used the catch phrase "Whose leg do you have to hump to get a dry martini around here?". He also has a particularly sharp wit. Peter is his best friend, despite Brian's vastly superior intelligence - on several occasions, Brian has had to explain Peter's inability to do various things, such as haggling over prices.
  • Brian Griffin is a fictional character from the animated television series Family Guy, and is voiced by show creator Seth MacFarlane. MacFarlane uses his normal speaking voice for Brian, as opposed to the vocal modifications he makes when voicing other characters in the show such as both Peter and Stewie Griffin, and Glenn Quagmire. In the Larry shorts, MacFarlane provided the same voice as Brian for a dog named Steve, who also had a similar personality. Brian's image has appeared in numerous publications and merchandising for the series. Family Guy uses a floating timeline in which the characters do not age, and as such the show is always assumed to be set in the current year. In several episodes, events have been linked to specific times, though this timeline is often contradicted in subsequent episodes. Brian has lived with the Griffin family since Peter picked him up as a stray. While he exhibits some typical dog behaviors such as eating garbage and being afraid of the vacuum cleaner, he also possesses various anthropomorphic qualities, such as the ability to speak intelligently and attending college.
  • Brian Griffin is an 8-year old talking white Labrador who has lived with the Griffin family since Peter picked him up as a stray. He also possesses various anthropomorphic qualities, such as the ability to speak intelligently, drive a car, and walk bipedally. Earlier in the series, he used the catch phrase "Whose leg do you have to hump to get a dry martini around here?". He also has a particularly sharp wit. Peter is his best friend, despite Brian's vastly superior intelligence - on several occasions, Brian has had to explain Peter's inability to do various things, such as haggling over prices. In "Brian Goes Back to College", it is revealed that Brian went to Brown University in Rhode Island, but did not graduate. Brian has a cultured background; he loves opera and jazz, and is a fan of John Coltrane. Brian speaks fluent French and Tagalog, and is competent in Spanish. He is also a member of MENSA. He loves to sing and can imitate a barbershop quartet without accompaniment. He is also an avid writer, having once been invited to write for The New Yorker, although he was fired once the magazine learned he did not graduate from college. He has also written a novel, although has made little progress other than the title Faster Than the Speed of Love, and a synopsis similar to the film "Iron Eagle III", for which Stewie and Lois mock him, and this subject has since been brought up several times throughout the series. He is a smoker, an alcoholic and recovered cocaine addict. Brian discovered that his cocaine habit stemmed from his mother abandoning him for which he saw a therapist. He has also made references to either buying, being in possession of, or smoking marijuana in numerous episodes. In "420", he actually does a whole dance to the song A Bag of Weed. In "It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One", it is revealed he has a Ziggy tattoo. It is shown in "Brian & Stewie" that he keeps a gun just in case he wants to commit suicide.
  • Brian was a young but super intelligent young dog but for some reason, no one liked him. They kept saying mean things, like he'll never accomplish his dreams and garbage like that. However, Brain was hiding something no one had thought of... He was amazing at poetry. So good, that it made Weegee cry. Yeah, you heard that right? Anywho, the bullying days were done as he progressed into being a BAD-@$$! He was so dang cool that C3 looked up to him. Sooner or later he was dropped into Hollywood being very popular and had a lot of money that made people jealous. Mostly, Malleo and Frollo. So, Malleo and Frollo teamed up to kill this dog. Brian later moved into, Hyrule so he can be put, as the Prince there. This is where Frollo was best known as a judge clearly the correct way to get him dead. Malleo and Frollo walked for TEN WHOLE HOURS just to find his mansion. The door was locked, so they climbed from the window to get in. Brain called the cops when he saw these two in there house. Brian forgot one thing... Malleo couldn't be put into prison so Brain's fate looked strong. However, some-how Fatman saved him before, getting killed and put them two in jail. Brian published yet another book about this getting him, even more money. Frollo Sat there in prison thinking what could be done along side, Malleo. The next day, Malleo and Frollo got out of prison but couldn't enter any part of Hyrule. Brain meanwhile, was dealing with rough times. His fan's wouldn't leave him alone because, they loved him. But, he had a TV show named Brian Griffin the show witch, one episode mocked Frollo and Malleo. They were mad, like really mad, super mad, MEGA MAD! They attacked Brian yet again this time killing him... But, not really.... Brian somehow lived! YES, HE SURVIVED 8 GUN SHOTS TO THE HEAD! Brian still had to go to the hospital while, Frollo and Malleo were sent to a random dungeon. Brain died one day in the hospital and it disappointed so much fans. Today we still adore him and all he's done! People say Brian will raise from the dead some day though, it was unlikely, until...uhh...You don't wanna know.
  • Brian Griffin è il noto cane parlante della serie tv I Griffin. Il cane, creato unicamente perché alla serie serviva un personaggio normale (chi, al giorno d’ oggi, non ha un cane parlante in casa?), appare come un normale cittadino di mezza età (eccettuando il fatto che è un cane), in cerca di una compagna che condivida le sue passioni. Chissà perché, nessuno sembra accorgersi che è un cane, neanche quando ci fa sesso.
  • Brian Griffin es un perro ficticio y personaje de la serie Padre de familia. Seth MacFarlane le presta su voz desde los inicios de la serie, aunque su primera aparición fue en un cortometraje en 1998. Brian fue creado y diseñado por MacFarlane basándose en el personaje canino de Larry and Steve.
  • Brian Griffin is the tritagonist in Family Guy. He is the Griffin family's pet dog and one of their best friends. In "Life of Brian," he dies after being struck by a car. However, two episodes later, in "Christmas Guy", Stewie soon saw his past time traveling self and was able to steal his return pad and transport back to the point where Brian was killed. Before the car could hit Brian, Stewie pushed him out of the way and saved his life.
  • Brian Griffin is the tritagonist of Family Guy. He is the Griffin family's pet dog and one of their best friends.
  • In "Ain't Nothin' But Mutton Bustin'", stuffed Brian and Stewie toys are available at the fair. In "BFFs", Brian and Stewie distract Cleveland off-screen as they are still inside their house, while Peter sneaks to his car, not wanting to speak to Cleveland. Cleveland and Cleveland Brown Jr. mention what a douchebag Brian is over his atheism in "The Hurricane". Roberta also plays with marionettes of Brian and Stewie Griffin. One of the dogs Junior and Rallo catch in "Hustle 'N' Bros." resembles Brian although the dog tells them that they are not the same. Brian is voiced by Family Guy creator and The Cleveland Show co-creator Seth MacFarlane, and he is the only character that Seth provides his natural speaking voice for.
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