She is best friends with her neighbor, Bonnie Swanson. She is of the main characters from American animated sitcom Family Guy. She appears in the episode Homerland and a crossover special, The Simpsons Guy.
She, like the rest of the Griffins , has skin Homer, a yellow-skinned person, would describe as "albino". Contents [ show ] Biography In the episode Homerland , Lois appeared in the ending credits. Lois was depicted as a Simpsonized version of herself, looking mainly the same as she does in the Family Guy series, only with the one vital difference of her skin being yellow.
In the episode The Simpsons Guy , Lois had to leave Quahog because her husband made an offensive comment and was run out of town by a bunch of feminists. She ended up in Springfield , where she and her family lived among The Simpsons. Lois befriended Marge and the two of them watched Surfs Up 2 together. Eventually, they left and went back to Quahog again. Appearance Lois is a tall and skinny woman bright orange hair and slightly tanned white skin. She has a rounded triangular shaped head and a big, pointy, triangular nose.
She has round and far apart eyes two tiny eyelashes on each eye. She wears blue pearl earrings and red lipstick. She has a green buttoned shirt and tan pants. She also wears purple slippers. Personality Lois is a hard-working and doting housewife. She is the voice of reason to Peter and is always having to handle, putting up with all of his ridiculous antics. Although she seems to be very prim and perfect, she only acts that way because she has to and she's being repressed.
Lois is really a wild and crazy girl who wants to have fun in life. She wants to act like a profane and disgusting party slut and run around acting like she's forever young.
Due to Peter expressing this even more openly and having the tendency to express this at inappropriate times, that she would never express them during, she always has to be the sane one and take care of everything herself. Lois' personality is also a bit dark and cruel, as she has expressed alcoholism, drug abuse, fetishes for sadomasochism, thoughts of drowning her children, occasional urges to kill her husband, and a lot of other horrible things. She's definitely not as happy-go-lucky as Peter when she lets her id run free and unlike Peter, she never learns her lesson about what she did wrong and things never get fixed and put back to normal again in the end, so being repressed by her husband like this, although stressful and sad for her, serves a good purpose.