Baby Stewie on [i]The Family Guy[/i]

I can’t get a definitive answer, even at the alt.tv newsgroup.

But anyway when Stewie, the baby on The Family Guy talks do the other charachters understand him.

It’s obvious they understand Brian the dog but it’s kind of unclear whether or not the baby is understood.

It seems like he’s understood, but no one really listens to him.

Ever see the Far Side cartoon about “What dogs hear”? I get the impression it’s sort of similar for the adults and Stewie.

I’m basing this on the fact that Lois will occasionally seem to respond directly to what he says, but only in a sort of vague way… like she understood maybe one or two of the words and the rest was gibberish.

Well while I am inclined to agree that no one DOES understand Stuey, you must remember the song episode where he tells 2 butlers to fight to the death. Obviously THEY understood. Therefore I think that he is understood, but ignored (as if he never said anything important)–says Counterattackii!

God, I love that show!
I always thought it was, “Aw, lookit, the little guy’s taking over the world, how cute.”
Just babies getting into mischief.


JMcC, San Francisco
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“Hear the voices in my head, I swear to God it sounds like they’re snoring”

I love that show!
Anyway, I think everyone does understand Stewie, but they just seem to pass it off as ‘Kids say the darndest things.’
Despite the fact that he does talk, he does tend to act like a baby. He’s just as mesmirized by the Teletubbies as every baby is.

I personally think the show simultaneously sucks and bites; a third-rate “Simpsons” rip-off without the wit.

But I must admit I love Stewie, the only redeeming factor. I am still giggling over “Kill me now–shake me like a British nanny!”

I wish they’d give him a spin-off and ax the rest of the show.

I think it is analogous to whether Hobbes (of “Calvin and”) is real or just a stuffed animal. Bill Waterson just said that Calvin sees it one way, and everyone else sees it another.

I think the show is hilarious, myself. The hardest I’ve laughed in a while was the commercial snippet during the season premiere: “Diamonds–She’ll Pretty Much Have To”.