Lois Griffin is the deuteragonist of the adult animated series Family Guy, the tetartagonist of Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story, and a minor character in The Cleveland Show.
She's Peter Griffin's loving wife, the daughter of the greedy millionaire Carter Pewterschmidt, the mother of Meg Griffin, Chris Griffin and Stewie Griffin and the best friend and ex-wife of Brian Griffin.
She is voiced by Alex Borstein.
Why She Once Kindled Joy
- She's strong, determined, funny and acts as the conscience of the family.
- She's also great in karate which shows how tough she is.
- She give us funny moments like "No paper towels??!" or the "she has her ways" scenes.
- Despite having some flaws, she's a good person in real life. (That can't be said about later seasons).
- Alex Bornstein does a great job at voicing her and her voice fits the character making her charming and unique.
- She's pretty smart and shows to be ingenious and crafty especially when she helped Meg to have her revenge on Connie D'Amico.
- She's a great mother and wife. She always supports her daughter Meg.
- In the first three seasons, as crazy as it can sound like, she could arguably be considered better than Marge Simpson, since Lois would take risks, see when not completely plain things are exciting or not, and isn’t a wet blanket, unlike Marge who isn’t fitting to be one. It's kinda ironic how Lois went from being slightly more likable than Marge to waaaaaaaaaaaay worse than Marge.
- She's one of the best characters of the series, alongside Peter, Stewie, Brian and Meg.
- She's one of the best female characters in adult cartoons history and could very well be one of the best females of all time in television history.
- She looks incredibly gorgeous.
- She can be annoying sometimes and so can her voice, but not as much as how it was in later seasons.
- She was horribly flanderized alongside the rest of her family starting in season 8 and lost everything that made her a great character becoming a religious fanatic, an unfaithful wife and an abusive mother. Not to mention that her voice was annoyingly high pitched and also started to say Peter's name in the wrong way ("Pet-ah!").
- She was the first character to speak.