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Everything about it just tickles my fancy, from the classic show tunes that sporadically popped up at inopportune moments to the absolute ridiculousness of some of the scenes like Peter hurting his knee, grasping it, and then wincing about it for a minute. The show also endears itself to me with its collection of zany characters. I mean, there are entire episodes where Stewie, an eloquent infant, and Brian, the lush, wannabe writer and family dog, go on adventures by themselves those are my particularly favorite episodes. There's no character with such crazy behavior as Meg Griffin.
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Top definition. Meg Griffin. She is somewhat average in appearance. She has a pink beanie and pink shirt with white trimmings.
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Meg is unpopular and is always regarded as "ugly" by everyone she interacts with. She is the victim of abuse and neglect from her family members, classmates, teachers, etc. However, Sulkin also noted that the plotline has not yet been finalized and thus isn't officially set to be used in an episode, for now. Throughout the series, Meg has shown romantic interest in and dated several men. It's not yet confirmed whether this plotline would still actually happen but there have been many hints within the series itself.
At school, Meg hears about a new student named Mike Pulaski from her friends, mentioning that he is an unstable bully , which Meg gets to see firsthand when he turns Neil Goldman into a balloon animal and pops him. While in the cafeteria with her friends, Meg accidentally spills her lunch on Mike, prompting him to plan a showdown with her on the coming Friday. Meg unsuccessfully tries to get out of the fight first by asking Lois to transfer her to another school. The school in mind is too expensive. The next day at school, Principal Shepherd announces on the PA that he is accepting bets on who will win the showdown.