5 Stewie Griffin Theories So Crazy They Might Be True

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Fans of Family Guy love coming up with theories as to why so much crazy stuff happens on the show. Especially when it comes to Stewie Griffin-- there HAS to be something more going on than meets the eye, right? How does the evil genius son of Lois and Peter have the ability to speak? Is he really the son of Meg? What is creator Seth Macfarlane hiding about this outlandish baby? Let’s check out some of the best Stewie Griffin theories that might change the way you watch Family Guy!

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It’s not exactly normal for babies and animals to be able to speak - but it’s pretty commonplace in Quahog. Why is that?

What if there was a logical reason for all the insane stuff that happens on Family Guy? What if it’s all in Stewie’s head?

Stewie doesn’t really look like the other members of the family. Maybe that’s because he’s the son of Meg and her ex-boyfriend.

Seth Macfarlane was supposed to be on one of the planes that hit the Twin Towers. Did that experience creep into one of Stewie’s stories?

How does the Griffin family afford to go on such crazy adventures? Maybe Stewie is the real bread winner!

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