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|“||My name is Retep and I am evil!||„|
|~ Retep's only speech other than annoying cackling.|
Retep Niffirg, or better known by his first name Retep, is a minor antagonist in Family Guy, being an evil clone of Peter Griffin and only appearing in the episode "Meg Stinks!".
He is voiced by the series' creator Seth MacFarlane, who also provides the voices of many other characters.
In the episode, after Peter accidentally rips his hand off with a blunt pressure while driving Meg to her college, his arm grows one back instantly. However, the missing severed hand grows a completely different being named Retep. Retep's first strike of violence is when he places a rock in the Griffin's yard. Brian, who was banished from the house after being sprayed by a skunk, trips over the rock while chasing a squirrel. Meanwhile, Retep quietly snickers at his successful trap. While this may seem hardly villainous, Retep later murders an innocent woman after breaking into her house. This is spectated by Peter and Meg, who are in a helicopter.
He looks identical to Peter but has a green shirt and white pants. His clothing is the only opposite of what Peter wears.
- Retep is very similar to Evil Stewie. Both are more evil identical clones of Family Guy protagonists who have swapped clothing colors of their origin.
- Due to the fact Retep is just an enhanced gag, he's likely to never make another appearance in the TV series.
- His name is Peter spelled backwards.
- He appears also in "Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff" during the Evil Week Event 2015, with Evil Stewie.
- His first name sounds dangerously close to the R-word and his last name sounds dangerously close to the N-word.