Mayoral Assistant (in "Do and Die")
Bruce Hitlerdidnothingwrong (née Straightman) is a man in Quahog, known for his many jobs. Every day, he gets hired and fired again, only to go and find another new job. Despite this, he's occasionally been shown to have the same job in one episode as he did in another. For instance: He's been shown on numerous occasions to work as a bartender at The Drunken Clam, which can arguably be considered his primary career. He's also been shown as a bowling shoe attendant at a bowling alley in several episodes, which can also be one of his main jobs. He is one of the few people in Quahog, who actually has an iota of respect for Meg Griffin. He is good friends with her and she meets him every time she goes to the bowling alley. They've even given each other the nicknames, "The Megalodon" and "Bruce Almighty". As of "Meg's Wedding", he is currently married to a man named Jeffrey.
He worked at the costume shop in Chitty Chitty Death Bang.
He helped Peter with being fired in Employee for Fire and he had a major role.
He did more getting fired in The Fat Man and The Sea, having another major role.
He first met Jeffrey in Peter the Cheater and started dating him.
He and Jeffrey had another major role in Mo' Jobs, giving Peter advice on how to get a job. Bruce said that he got fired from all his jobs all the time so he has plenty of experience with getting jobs.
He worked as a director in Meg the Movie Star for Meg's movie. He exhibited actual respect for Meg.
In "You May Now Kiss the Uh ... Guy Who Receives", Bruce and Jeffrey wholeheartedly protested for the legalization of gay marriage in Quahog so they could get married. However, even after it got legalized, they still didn't get married for some reason.
He worked at the school board in No Chris Left Behind and his name was finally revealed. He then went on a tangent, babbling about his stupid date with Jeffrey.
In "Better Off Meg", Bruce worked at the bowling alley and greeted his friend Meg when she came in.
In "Meg's Wedding", Bruce officially got married to Jeffrey but not before dating Meg like a weird creep. He also came out to his parents, which they eventually accepted as they attended his wedding.
- Do and Die
- Mind the Baby Gap
- Meg for Mercy
- The King is Dead
- Chitty Chitty Death Bang
- Employee for Fire
- Love is in the Air
- Neighbor Pains
- Abstinent Minded
- Ready, Willing, Disabled
- Schoolhouse of Rock
- Mr. Saturday Knight
- The Fat Man and the Sea
- Peter the Cheater
- The Cleveland, Loretta, Quagmire
- Peter's Got Woods
- Mo' Jobs
- Deep Throats
- Meg the Movie Star
- Brian Sings and Swings
- Barely Legal
- The Family Guy 100th Episode Special
- Boys Do Cry
- The Juice is Loose (Non-Speaking Cameo)
- You Man Now Kiss the Uh ... Guy Who Receives
- Untitled Griffin Family History (as Tobi)
- No Chris Left Behind (name reveal)
- Dog Gone
- Mad Mex
- Dog and Dumber
- Blue Harvest (as Greedo)
- FOX-y Lady
- Tales of a Third Grade Nothing
- Baby on Board
- Peter's Two Dads
- Stewie Kills Lois
- Lois Kills Stewie
- Road to the Multiverse (Disney Version)
- We Love You, Conrad!
- Extra Large Medium
- A Woman Walks Into a Bar
- The Biggest Loser
- Go, Stewie, Go!
- Something, Something, Something, Dark Side (as Admiral Piett)
- Partial Terms of Endearment (Cameo)
- Ratings Guy (Deleted Scene)
- The Splendid Source
- Lottery Fever
- Baby, You Knock Me Out
- New Kidney in Town (Mentioned)
- Trading Places
- The Mortician
- Friends of Peter G
- Save the Clam
- Peter Gets Served
- Call Girl (Cameo)
- Livin' on a Prayer
- Seahorse Seashell Party
- Finders Keepers
- Farmer Guy
- 200 Episodes Later
- And I'm Joyce Kinney
- You Can't Do That on Television, Peter
- Business Guy
- Tea Peter
- Family Guy Viewer Mail #2
- It has been hinted that he may be homosexual throughout the series, such as in "McStroke" when a mustachioed Peter walks by. He has a friend named Jeffrey and in "Road to the North Pole", he declares in "All I Really Want For Christmas" that he wants to marry Jeffrey. Seth MacFarlane confirmed Bruce's homosexuality in an interview with LGBT website The Backlot, citing him as an example of a positive gay character on the show.
- By long unnoticed accident, Bruce's name failed to come up at any time for the first five seasons of the show, despite him being a major character. Many fans went rampant about this and the writers finally noticed this during the production of season 6 and finally revealed his name in "No Chris Left Behind". Principal Shepherd said his name, and Bruce happily celebrated someone finally saying his name.
- In the The Cleveland Show episode "BFFs", Peter described Bruce as "That one gay guy in town who has like a thousand jobs" and Cleveland reminded him "It was mentioned once his name was Bruce.", taking another jab as this funny phenomenon.
- Throughout the series, Mike Henry has given certain anthropomorphic creatures the same voice as he's given Bruce, droning through a monologue, where he hilariously talks in his funny Bruce voice. This includes:
- He is an alcoholic, participating in Alcoholics Anonymous meetings Peter attends in "Friends of Peter G".
- Bruce is admits he's 52 in "Underage Peter", after having long-lied to Jeffrey, saying that he was 39.
- In the courtroom scene in "The Simpsons Guy", the openly gay Bruce is seated next to the closeted gay Waylon Smithers.
- In "Meg's Wedding", it was revealed that Bruce's last name is "Straightman". However, when marrying Jeffrey in the same episode, he underwent the last name "Hitlerdidnothingwrong".
- It was also revealed that his middle name was "Harvey-Oswald".