In "I Am the Walrus", Roger says he ate his own father at 15 and still keeps bits of his leg.

On Earth he creates different jobs for his various personas, such as a psychologist, a bounty hunter, a surgeon, etc.

His only stable job, however, is as a bartender in Roger's Place, his bar in the attic, where various members of the Smith family usually congregate.

This belief was crushed horribly when he discovered in his spaceship a note that stated that the ship was a test model and he was in it as a "crash test dummy", meaning his own species had abandoned him on the planet. In "Joint Custody", Roger reveals that his mother suffered from arthritis.

He wished his mom could figure out Skype so he could show her his shorts in "The Worst Stan".

No one likes to watch these kinds of trashy shows for the quality—they watch them for the mindless entertainment factor.

It's purely a method of escape, and a good one at that. Reality shows that aired this year featured all sorts of batshit crazy people, from angry mob wives to drunken Welsh people to a teenage bride who thinks she's Erin Brokovich.

The Hard Way (performer: "Momma Said Knock You Out", "Murdergram (Live at Rapmania)" - as L L Cool J) / (producer: "Momma Said Knock You Out" - as L L Cool J) / (writer: "Momma Said Knock You Out", "Murdergram (Live at Rapmania)" - as J.

Reality shows rely on stars who must possess the following qualities: quirky in some strange way, easily riled up, and not afraid ruffle feathers when it comes to interacting with their fellow cast members.

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 Roger pulled Stan to safety.

"The Real Housewives of New York" jetted off to Punta Pita, Mexico, for a little R&R on Wednesday's episode of the Bravo series, but of course, that's not what they got.

Bethenny Frankel, Luann D'Agostino, Carole Radziwill, Sonja Morgan, Dorinda Medley, Tinsley Mortimer and, yes, even Ramona Singer were getting along just fine until it came time to claim rooms upon arriving at the gorgeous La Vida Dulce villa. "I'm happy to give it to Bethenny, and the repercussions... I will literally take your sh-t and throw it in the pool." After they finally got settled in, Tinsley received an email from a friend saying Page Six was going to run a story about how ungrateful she was to Sonja for letting her stay in her Manhattan apartment. "If Ramona planted a story, it would say something about Ramona's pinot or her tit job, but if it's not self-serving Ramona, she didn't plant it.

In the pilot he was supposed to try to contact his home world, but got distracted by an "I Love The 80s" marathon.