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+Glenn QuagmireHans derives from Johannes (say Yohannes) and this name derives from the Hebrew name Yochanan, meaning 'I AM (that I AM=YHWH is MERCIFUL.JESUS means 'I AM is salvation'.So my name proclaims the name of God-the Lord JESUS and His MERCY!John is the English version.===Bobby JohnsonSep 30, 2016+121 Heil Hitler, Jew loverHans SOct 1, 2016 +Bobby Johnson'Heil Hitler' means 'I am a Vatican controlled idiot! and a demonic Jew murderer, made to burn in hell forever'.Bobby JohnsonOct 3, 2016 +Hans S I hate religionHans SOct 3, 2016 +Bobby JohnsonMe too.Bobby JohnsonOct 3, 2016 +Hans S coolGlenn QuagmireOct 3, 2016 fucking go kill yourselfHans SOct 3, 2016 +Glenn QuagmireAre you always talking to yourself?Glenn QuagmireOct 3, 2016 +Hans S i was referring to you.you. fucking. retard.Hans SOct 3, 2016 +Glenn Quagmire QuagmireGlenn QuagmireYesterday 8:53 PM +Hans S Hans
+Glenn QuagmireI wrote my comment myself and you copy-pasted a NOVEL about 'Glenn Quagmire'.Now I command you to have the last word in JESUS' name and OBEY!===Glenn Quagmire11:21 AM +Hans S Glenn Quagmire, often referred to as just Quagmire, is a character from the animated television series Family Guy. He is a neighbor and friend of the Griffin family and is best known for his catchphrase "Giggity" and his hypersexuality. The show's creator and voice actor Seth MacFarlane describes him as "an appalling human being who is still caught in the rat-pack era" based on anachronistic 1950s party-animal clichés.The name Quagmire was chosen by a college acquaintance of MacFarlane's the word quagmire refers to both a soft soil that yields easily (such as quicksand), and a situation that is difficult to get out of. The title of the episode "Quagmire's Quagmire" plays on the second meaning. MacFarlane came up with Quagmire's voice after listening to fast-talking radio jockeys from the 1950s era, describing the character as a "50s radio guy on coke. The "giggity" phrase was inspired by Steve Marmel's Jerry Lewis impression. Quagmire's home follows the same retro theme, decked out in a style reminiscent of the swinging party set of the 1950s and 1960s nearly every part of the house has a discreetly hidden bed.Quagmire is a bachelor who works as a commercial airline pilot. He lives on Spooner Street where he is a neighbor and friend of Peter Griffin, Cleveland Brown and Joe Swanson. He has had two spouses: Joan, a maid for the Griffins who died and Charmise, a prostitute whom he divorced. The former episode, "I Take Thee Quagmire", was acknowledged by MacFarlane as the first to have a plot revolving around Quagmire.During his time in Korea in service, he had a brief career as a Korean soap opera star and was lovers with his co-star, Sujin. They would reconnect ties during his brief travel there with Peter, Joe and Cleveland. Quagmire briefly dated Cheryl Tiegs in the early 1980s, but she dumped him because of his constant jealousy and his sex addiction. Cheryl, who Quagmire considers his long-lost one true love, would again appear twice in Quagmire's life, both times due to Brian Griffin's meddling: the first one, in "Jerome Is the New Black", when Brian invited him to dinner under the pretense he was going to dinner with her; the second one, in "Tiegs for Two", when Brian dated her just to mess with him (he would bring Jillian, Brian's ex-girlfriend, with him, with both starting a fight and both Jillian and Cheryl dumping them).
Quagmire despises Brian Griffin, and they have a feud that spans several episodes.In the episode "Quagmire's Baby", he discovers that he has a daughter, Anna Lee, but puts her up for adoption; several episodes imply that Quagmire has fathered several other children. His father, Dan, is introduced in the episode "Quagmire's Dad"; he is a naval veteran of the Vietnam War who has a sex change and becomes a woman named Ida. Quagmire's sister, Brenda, is first seen in the episode "Jerome is the New Black" and is the subject of "Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q". In both episodes she is the victim of domestic violence from her partner Jeff, whom Quagmire murders in order to protect her.He is characterized as indulging in numerous sexual fetishes such as BDSM, frotteurism, biastophilia, somnophilia, and erotic asphyxiation to voyeurism, exhibitionism, incest, pecattiphilia, zoophilia, and necrophilia. Following the episode "Family Goy", he develops a pornography addiction after discovering the existence of internet pornography. When in sexual situations, he often shouts variations of his catchphrase "giggity", which has been used on Family Guy merchandise such as keyrings.Scenes involving Quagmire's sexual behavior have sometimes been censored by Fox, such as a cutaway in the episode "Airport '07" which implied that he engaged in necrophilia with a dead virgin at her funeral. The Parents Television Council, a long-term critic of Family Guy, says that Quagmire provides "some of the tawdriest moments" in the show.ReferencesMiller, Shaun (2007). "Quagmire: Virtue and Perversity". In Wisnewski, J. Jeremy. Family Guy and Philosophy: A Cure for the Petarded. The Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing. pp. 27–35. ISBN 140516316X.a b c Seth MacFarlane Interview. YouTube. Retrieved 2009-03-18."Episode 9". The Graham Norton Show. Season 15. 2014-05-30. BBC."Seth MacFarlane on Family Guy #100"."I Take Thee Quagmire" (Season 4, Episode 21). Episode aired on March 12, 2006."The Giggity Wife" (Season 11, Episode 11). Episode aired on January 27, 2013.MacFarlane, Seth (2005). Family Guy season 4 DVD commentary for the episode "I Take Thee Quagmire" (DVD). 20th Century Fox.a b "Candy, Quahog Marshmallow" (season 14, episode 10). Episode aired on January 3, 2016a b c d e "Jerome Is the New Black" (season 8, episode 7). Episode aired on November 22, 2009a b c "Tiegs for Two" (season 9, episode 14). Episode aired on April 10, 2011"Family Guy - Boxed Thick Metal Keyring Quagmire Giggity". Forbidden Planet. Archived from the original on July 31, 2014. Retrieved 10 September 2014.MacFarlane, Seth (2007). Family Guy season 5 DVD commentary for the episode "Airport '07" (DVD). 20th Century Fox.Worst of the week - Family Guy on Fox
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