"Brian discovered that his cocaine habit has stemmed from his mother abandoning him and for which he saw a therapist" --
Brian actually see's a therapist over a few issues, the cocaine issue was seen by a therapist but had no relation to his mothers abandonment.
He also saw a therapist for his bladder control problem and alchohol abuse, but it was the alchohol abuse which stemed from the situation with his mother.
If I remember correctly
Brian's Death Edit
Since you don't add Meg's sex change in the alternate future of Stewie Griffin The Untold Story why is Brian's death by Chocolate Poisoning still there?
well i must tell you he might of. after all he is a dog and that coud happen either way. ScarletScarabX 00:15, October 16, 2009 (UTC)
Not sure what the original issue was. I know they are both in place now. --Buckimion 00:24, October 16, 2009 (UTC)
Cocaine addiction Edit
By the way, the cocaine addicton was made by an ACCIDENT. I mean, he godt some on his nose when he caught someone with cocaine when he worked as a police dog, so he diddn't got addicted on purpose. So I don't get that the administrator of the rehab clinic said that they had to find the cause of his addiction when it was an accident. The addiction wasn't caused by free will. BabyDoggie 12:23, 30 January 2009 (UTC)BabyDoggie
Although it seems to have stayed with him, not as in the cocaine addiction but with drug usage in general. He, in recent episodes, seems to have grown accustomed to doing drugs, and even tries to legalize them in an episode. I think that his original cocaine addiction was his first drug, which started him on the path to taking more drugs like marijuana and mushrooms. Luigirools 9:00 31 January 2012
"He has a fear of the toilet flushing and of the vacuum (which is ironic, considering that he was actually vacuuming in the episode "Fore, Father")"
This isn't irony, its merely a goof made by the writers or an example of RETCON.
Minor edits Edit
It took 3 edits to get there, I noticed problems with ym changes as soon asn I had saved them..=/ RhysW 23:34, October 15, 2009 (UTC)
Yeah...I noticed the anonymous user a couple of minute ago had pretty horrible spelling. Don't worry...sometimes it takes me an edit or two to get things right. Also -don't worry about flagging me on every little note...if you see really gross vandalism hit 'Problem Reports' at the bottom and I'll get flagged if I'm not around immediately. Otherwise, do what you think is best. I don't think I'm worried about vandalism from your end. --Buckimion 23:44, October 15, 2009 (UTC)
Have you tried preview? --Cooper17 18:00, November 23, 2009 (UTC)
Yeah, the problem is I don't notice the mistakes as soon as I post, for some reason I don't in Preview. (the edit of the statement proves this...) RhysW 18:04, November 23, 2009 (UTC)
Brian s picrture Edit
what was wrong with the one i posted?--Cooper17 04:10, December 4, 2009 (UTC)
I'm not the one that changed it I think...but looking at it now we do prefer to keep the portraits with the neutral background over screenshots for the family. I'm still checking on it though... --Buckimion 04:21, December 4, 2009 (UTC)
Yeah, that was changed by someone else a couple of weeks ago but like I said, I hadn't paid attention to it at first...prefer to keep the type of image now used for the official 'portrait'. You can put in your shot in the article itself. --Buckimion 04:30, December 4, 2009 (UTC)
no probs--Cooper17 04:41, December 4, 2009 (UTC)
in the episode brains griffin's house of payne stewie finds rains script and read his name as "H. Brain Griffon"
We're working off the assumption that its a pseudonym to make himself more sound more distinguished. --Buckimion 08:57, April 2, 2010 (UTC)
Inspiration for the CharacterEdit
According to the DVD commentary on Road to the North Pole, the MacFarlane family had a dog named Brian, who lived to be 17, dying sometime around 2007/2008. He was half husky, half Conneticut Timberwolf, and apparently had enjoyed his great longevity due to having a glass of red wine every day. If this dog did in fact inspire the character in the show, it's possible that the wine inspired his alcoholic tendencies.
I just listened to the commentary a day or two ago and while they had a dog named Brian that drank wine. Anything past that is speculation and not permitted. --Buckimion (talk) 16:02, October 18, 2012 (UTC)
brian's future Edit
why does the Brian's future death section contain three paragraphs of the exact same senerio repeated?184.108.40.206 10:02, May 2, 2013 (UTC)
Thanks. That section needed a weed whacker. That is what happens when everyone tries to put their own spin on events instead of sticking to facts as presented. --Buckimion (talk) 11:34, May 2, 2013 (UTC)