In "Toy Whorey", he allowed Francine to be struck by a wrecking ball in order to have her steak as well as his own, and when asked by Klaus if Francine was dead, he showed no concern of any kind.Main Article: Roger's Disguises Roger has a large book in his attic room filled with the names of all the people he knows and the aliases they know him as, as well as a seemingly never-ending carousel of outfits.
In "I Am the Walrus", Roger says he ate his own father at 14 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.
They slid down a laundry chute into a waiting truck.
Grateful to Roger for saving his life, Stan offered to repay him in any way at all, leading to his addition to the Smith family.
Roger is frequently childish, showing an affinity for character role-playing, tantrums, and pranks, as well as being quite petty, spiteful, greedy, and cruel.
In "Stannie Get Your Gun", he convinced Steve he was adopted in retaliation for Steve having eaten the last cookie, and in "Dope & Faith" he threatened Steve's life by having him employed in a meth lab and convincing him he is at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from the Harry Potter novels.
In "Tears of a Clooney", he adopted a group of foster children with the intent to use them as slave labor on his vineyard, and when he becomes dictator of a Caribbean island named General Juanito Pequeño in "Moon Over Isla Island", he demanded extravagant and vain services from the populace, such as painting the island yellow.
It is explained in "Frannie 911" that acting in a spirit of human courteousness and general niceness is poisonous to Roger, and he needs to clear his system of unpleasantness or risk death.
Almost everyone besides the Smith family cannot tell one of Roger's disguises from another although "Stanny Tendergrass" shows that even among the family there are disguises that fool the Smiths.
In "Joint Custody", he says he hates disguises, then a few scenes later says he loves disguises, and introduces the "Roger Fashion Montage! In "Oedipal Panties" his carousel of thousands of outfits is shown.
Little is known about Roger's past; Stan recounts how he landed on Earth years ago at Roswell in "Roger Codger".