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    Chris Griffin
    "I don't have to listen to you, you're a dog, you don't have a soul!"
    Gender: Male
    Type: Moronic yet a Kind and Caring Boy
    Age: 14
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Seth Green
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Family Guy

    Christopher Cross Griffin is the middle child of Peter and Lois Griffin, the younger brother of Meg Griffin, the older brother of Stewie Griffin, and a major character in the long-running adult TV series Family Guy. He is voiced by Seth Green.

    Why He Rocks

    1. He's pretty much your normal teenager in the show, but in a good way, as he's the only normal one in his silly, likable family.
    2. He's also a very kind boy to his friends, family, and neighbors, and will often help them whenever they need it.
    3. He is slightly-dim witted, something he gets from his father, but just like Peter, the things he does that are idiotic or ridiculous will still come off as hilarious.
    4. He is an incredibly talented artist, as seen in "A Picture's Worth a Thousand Bucks".
    5. Seth Green does a great job voicing him.
    6. He is the only member of the Griffin family to have no bad bones in him.
    7. He loves his family very much:
      • He wants to make his parents proud, and wants to show them that he can succeed in life.
      • He has a normal sibling rivalry with Meg, but cares about her and will even ask her for advice sometimes.
      • He is the only one in the family other than Brian to be aware of Stewie being a dangerous evil genius, but he does love his little brother and spending time with him, even if he's unknowingly the guinea pig to Stewie's experiments. Their chemistry together, while not as amazing as Stewie and Brian's, is still great.
      • While Brian is the last family member he cares about, mostly because of Brian being smart and sarcastic, deep down, he does care about him like the rest of the family.
    8. While he has some flaws and wrong doings, he‘s shown to learn from his mistakes.
    9. Much like his father, he's more understanding, and will realize the error of his ways and learn something by the end of an episode, like when he got rid of his sentient pimple, Doug, after seeing how it was being mean to his family, and how he learned that he can't use other people's things to get away from his problems.
    10. He has many funny moments, along with spawning many hilarious memes, a good example is the "You're not welcome here, go away!" meme.
    11. Whenever he mentions the Evil Monkey that lives in his closet, it's hilarious and never gets old.
    12. While he was flanderized in season 8, he was one of the few characters who wasn't flanderized into being a psychopath and a jerk, and he, along with Stewie, Meg, and Joe, is still somewhat likeable for the most part.
      • He is slightly starting to be less somewhat completely dim-witted and uninteresting, and is more closer to his original personality starting with season 21.
    13. Chris Griffin has a soundboard at: "https://deercowboy.com/soundboard/chris-griffin/".

    Bad Qualities

    1. He was flanderized alongside the rest of his family since season 8 and became a completely-dimwitted, uninteresting character who's only known for just masturbating all the time, known for going full idiot mode and is only used when Peter has had too much screen time, but he didn't see too much decline in character.
    2. He alongside many characters can have his moments of being sadistic for the sake of a visual gag.
    3. He was unlikable in "Better Off Meg" as he was willing to betray Meg and he had her kidnapped just so he can be exalted at school.


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