Self-Evidence Artifact Dylan Robideaux. Picture 1. Stewie Griffin from the TV show Family Guy. The smirk on the face, the position of the hands, and the narrowness of the eyes all serve as evidence to Stewie’s evil intentions. Picture 2.
Stewie Griffin from the TV show Family Guy
The smirk on the face, the position of the hands, and the narrowness of the eyes all serve as evidence to Stewie’s evil intentions
The all black attire, the focused eyes, and the wielded machine gun all show that Stewie’s aim is evil
The blood under Brian’s(the dog’s) eye, the gritted teeth, and the clinched fist all prove that Stewie’sgoals are sinister.
The lack of manners by making a mess at the table, and the rudeness of sticking out his tongue both clearly display Stewie’s tendency to succumb to infantile behaviors.
The open mouth which is probably producing a piercing high-pitched noise, and the stream of tears running down Stewie’s face are both very child-like actions.
The size of the eyes and the genuine excitement shown in Stewie’s smile because Rupert(the teddy bear) was fixed both prove that Stewie exhibits infantile mannerisms.
The character Stewie form the TV show Family Guy fosters several very sinister thoughts and commits some malicious actions that could only have been produces by an adult mind. He plots to kill his mom Lois, and beats up his dog Brian. However, the adult mind is trapped in a child’s body and is somehow still overcome by the most child-like behaviors. Stewie is misbehaved and makes a mess when eating, he is a whiner and cries and screams for no real reason, and he is infatuated with his teddy bear Rupert.