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Such moments include his support for Meg (whom he traditionally calls "Megan") as when he chided Brian's coke-induced hostility to her ("The Thin White Line"), retracted his joke, "I hate you too, bitch" when Meg said "I hate you all" to the family ("Untitled Griffin Family History"), and wiped her tears during a weepy moment.

However, at the end of the season nine premiere, "And Then There Were Fewer", when Diane Simmons is about to murder Lois for uncovering her murderous revenge scheme, Stewie kills Diane with a sniper rifle stating: "If anyone's going to take that bitch [Lois] down, it's going to be me".

Stewie shows a complete disdain for most people, but does show affection and even rare instances of kindness to his family.

In that episode, after Lois recovers and repairs a lost Rupert and serves Stewie a meal he likes, he rethinks Lois and accepts her as a loving mother.

This is particularly evident through the growing close friendship he shares with Brian, the family dog, whom he considers an intellectual peer (albeit with the substantial reservations expressed in Our Idiot Brian) and Brian is the only Griffin family member who understands Stewie's speaking- treating him just like he would to any other human adult on the show while other characters cannot understand what Stewie is saying.

Stewie succumbs to other childish tendencies – he believes Peter has truly disappeared in a game of Peekaboo; talks to his teddy bear, Rupert, as if he were alive; is overcome with laughter when Lois blows on his stomach; and has no idea how to use a toilet.

Stewie also has an extreme dislike for Matthew Mc Conaughey.

As made clear in the pilot episode, Stewie's matricidal tendencies are a result of Lois constantly (and unwittingly) thwarting his schemes, and so he desires to kill her to carry out his plans without her interference.