, featuring a New England family from Quahog, Rhode Island: bumbling, politically incorrect, pop culture-obsessed patriarch Peter Griffin; mostly sane former party girl, wife, and mother, Lois (formerly Lois Pewterschmidt, a member of one of Rhode Island's wealthiest families); slow-witted son Chris, social outcast and family punching bag, Meg; diabolical, Ambiguously Gay, inexplicably British baby son Stewie; and martini-slurping, Soapbox Sadie family dog, Brian. As this is an ongoing series, expect some story summaries, titles, and episode orders to be changed.
Episodes are listed by broadcast order, not based on production codes or how they're ordered on the DVD releases.
Finally, for an upper-middle-class Polish or Korean woman to be seen with a “bad boy” below her level of intelligence and couth is just not socially acceptable.
So foreign womens’ tastes in men are indeed more (for lack of a better word) cultured than those of American white women.
The cultural pestilence (celebrity culture, ) that has swept through middle-class, predominantly white, suburban America has corrupted more women than men, just as the rot in our nation’s black culture (gangster machismo) has destroyed more men than women.