Roger is one of the main characters in the animated comedy series American Dad! He is a space alien whose appearance resembles that of the greys living with the Smith family. Roger is sarcastic, surly, amoral, self-centered, hedonistic, alcoholic, and dresses up in a variety of personas. Four years prior to the series, he was incarcerated by the CIA in Area 51 , when Stan Smith, then an intelligence officer, was on duty at the base. Tired of living in a laboratory, he escaped his holding cell, thus triggering a lockdown investigation. Stan tracked him down in a kitchen and was about to kill him before Roger pleaded for mercy, but the security team threw a grenade into the room, from which Stan was knocked out and Roger pulled Stan to safety.
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The series centers on teens based on Kroll and Goldberg's upbringing in suburban New York , with Kroll voicing his fictional younger self. Big Mouth explores puberty while "embrac[ing] a frankness about the human body and sex. The first season, consisting of ten episodes, premiered on Netflix on September 29, , and the second season was released on October 5, The third season was preceded by a Valentine's Day special episode on February 8, , and the rest of the third season was released on October 4,
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Meanwhile, Peter and Chris play a game called "Unga Bunga", where they try to knock each other down using mattresses as Stewie tells Peter and Chris that he is watching his program, but Peter and Chris ignore Stewie. This ultimately results in Peter hitting Chris, Chris hitting, knocking down and breaking the TV Stewie is watching, causing him to throw a temper tantrum. Later, when Lois tries to comfort Stewie, he bites her right thumb and throws a framed picture of Meg against a door. Meg enters the living room and tries to give Stewie a hug, only for Stewie to break her nose by headbutting it. An infuriated Lois puts Stewie in his room for a time-out for everything he did until he learns his lesson.
One strange quirk about animation is that cartoon characters more often than not only have four fingers. The animation-centric YouTube channel ChannelFrederator digs into this animation mystery in a fascinating new minute video. For one thing, it simply makes hands easier to draw. In the era of hand-drawn animation, having one less digit on every character in every cel could potentially save animators a ton of time, which, in turn, saved companies a ton of money.