Meg and Quagmire
She is constantly seen trying desperately to be part of the "cool crowd. She was then turned 16 in the episode I Never Met the Dead Man she got her drivers license and remained that age throughout the show's initial run. She officially turned 17 in the episode Peter's Two Dads. Meg was originally the sweet teenage daughter who usually took the blame for the terrible things done by members of her family. But over the years, the writers stripped Meg down to a desperate teenager who is hardly noticed by her family. For example, in an earlier episode, Peter tries an anger management technique by writing letters and not sending them Meg's said, "Meg, for the first 4 years of your life, I thought you were a house cat", while Stewie 's said "Get out. Meg is also frequently the butt of jokes and various bits of bad luck in episodes, seemingly more so than the rest of the family.
The episode originally broadcast on December 17, The plot sees Meg developing an obsession with Brian after he accompanies her as her date for the Junior Prom, eventually leading to her kidnapping Brian in order to rape him. Meanwhile, Peter and his friends join the Quahog Police Department to assist Joe with his work, but find being a police officer is not always about action. The episode was written by Kirker Butler and directed by Zac Moncrief. It received mostly positive reviews from critics for its storyline and many cultural references, in addition from receiving criticism from the Parents Television Council.
Barely Legal Meg tries to become Brian's girlfriend while Peter and his friends become police officers. Meanwhile, Meg comes home from school, threatening to commit suicide because she does not have a date for her Junior Prom. As a last resort, Brian agrees to take her. Almost immediately following this, Brian and Meg make out with each other. After the dance, Meg begins to consider Brian her boyfriend, but Brian tells her he has no intentions to date her.
It originally aired on Fox in the United States on January 8, In the episode, Meg celebrates her 18th birthday, but no one comes to her party except Quagmire , who starts dating her and plans to have sex with her. Peter tries to stop Quagmire, but Lois urges him to back off because she does not believe anything will happen. The episode was written by Tom Devanney and directed by Joseph Lee.
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