Should Brian Griffin be a member of a dog pack, let alone the pack's alpha male?

Brian Griffin is a character in Family Guy, a cartoon sitcom created by Seth MacFarlane. Since he's a dog, should he be a member of a dog pack, let alone the pack's alpha male?

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  • 8 months ago

    Brian seems pretty independent to me, more of a lone wolf.  Plus, he identifies more as a human than a dog so I don't think he would fit in among a dog pack.  He would have difficulty communicating with other dogs and he would grow bored of their company.  

  • 8 months ago

    Family Guy and the Simpsons is actually very evil. People think violence is evil.

    No

    Evil is very seductive and subtle.

    Then when desire has conceived

    This gives birth to sin

    And sin when fully grown gives birth to death.

    Satan keeps the dead alive.

    One, due to the many is > them < hypnotized.

    Like giving a knife to a child.

    One is attracted to the neon lights.

    MacFarlane = Mac Far Lane is preordained.

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    he is a dog who sleeps with human women, so clearly he is very confused. 

    i do not think he would make a good pack member or leader

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