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Judge Blackman
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Judge Blackman
Name

Dignified Quincy Blackman

Job(s)

Courthouse Judge

Voice

Phil LaMarr

Judge Dignified Q. Blackman is the court judge of the Courthouse, who presides over many court cases and judges whether he thinks the defendants guilty or not guilty and if guilty, what kinds of punishments to give them. He first appeared in "Death Has a Shadow". He is voiced by Phil LaMarr.

Biography

He is most often seen presiding over many of the court cases on the show, including Peter Griffin's welfare fraud case in "Death Has a Shadow", where he was initially found guilty until Stewie used his mind control device on him. Stewie's presence as an infant, led to sympathy and let Griffin go and making him give Peter's job back.

In "Screwed the Pooch", he presided over Brian's custody case for what he thought were his and Seabreeze Pewterschmidt's puppies. He ruled that Brian gets to keep his puppies, however must be neutered.

In "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows", he presides over Brian's DWI case, where he sentences him to community service.

Judge Blackman presided over the court case where Peter and the beer bar buddies burned down The Drunken Clam in "One if by Clam, Two if by Sea".

In Peter's lawsuit against McBurgertown in "McStroke", the case was initially dismissed, until new evidence led to the company's guilt. It is revealed he has a subscription to Grape Soda Today, which Peter Griffin bribed him with in his first attempt to sue McBurgertown.

In "Stewie Kills Lois", Peter was found guilty of murdering his wife Lois, until she showed up at the courtroom alive.

In Peter's rape accusation and lawsuit against Dr. Elmer Hartman in "Stewie Loves Lois", Hartman was found guilty by a false flashback to Judge's own prostate exam which led him to believe Hartman raped him.

In Peter's accidental arson case in "Tales of a Third Grade Nothing", he sentenced him to a week in jail, released in time for the next episode.

In "Petarded", he stripped Peter of custody of his kids Meg, Chris, and Stewie, deeming him an unfit parent.

In "April in Quahog", he presided over a murder case that Peter was on jury duty for. As he did not want to be on jury duty, he behaved in a way that would get him out of serving while at the trial. Judge became infuriated and went after Peter himself.

For their drunken behavior at Quahog Cinema in "Friends of Peter G", he sentences Peter and Brian to attend Alcoholics Anonymous for 30 days.

Judge presides over Mayor Adam West's murder trial in "12 and a Half Angry Men".

He presides over the court when Peter, Cleveland and Joe are accused of "stolen valor" by pretending to have been in the service in "Veteran Guy". He considers forcing them to join the marines, but allows them to join the coast guard instead. Quagmire, who was to be let go as he had actually served in the Navy, volunteers to join them.

Appearance

Judge Blackman is a large-framed bald-headed African-American judge with a balding head of black hair and a handlebar mustache. He wears a dark gray judge cloak, a white undershirt, a black tie, gray pants, and black shoes.

Personality

Judge Blackman is a very noble, courtly, and dignified man, who presides over the court and makes wise and impartial decisions about people testifying before him.

Episode Appearances

Trivia

  • In "McStroke", it was revealed that Judge Blackman was subscribed to Grape Soda Today.
  • In "Veteran Guy", it was revealed that his full name is "Dignified Q. Blackman".
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