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Meg Griffin is a fictional character in the animated television series Family Guy. Meg is the eldest child of Peter and Lois Griffin and older sister of Stewie and Chris , but is also the family's scapegoat who receives the least of their attention and bears the brunt of their abuse. She is often bullied, ridiculed, and ignored. Meg first appeared on television, along with the rest of the Griffin family , in a minute short on December 20, After the pilot was given the greenlight, the Griffin family appeared in the episode " Death Has a Shadow ". Originally voiced, unbilled, by Lacey Chabert during the first season , Meg has been voiced by Mila Kunis since season 2.
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Peter's past participation as a sperm donor catches up to him when his children start showing up at his house. Peter Griffin : What the hell? What'd you do that for? I thought you and him were girlfriend and boyfriend. Lois Griffin : He was not my boyfriend, and I wasn't about to stand by and watch him kick your ass. Peter Griffin : I was holding my own, there.
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Peter and Lois are a man and a woman, who are in love and in a monogamous marriage of at least 20 years. They bear three children, Chris , Meg , and Stewie. Sometimes Peter shows Lois up, and rubs it in her face, with an annoying and childish "I told you so" dance.
But the storylines about Peter and Lois Griffin are decidedly less wholesome than the ones about Homer and Marge Simpson. Peter struggles to keep up with her hard-partying new lifestyle. Since Peter is usually the reckless, impulsive one that Lois struggles to keep up with, it was a fun subversion to see the dynamic flipped. They get back into smoking pot to inspire new lyrics, but the result is that their music is nowhere near as good as they think it is. The episode offers a subversive counterpoint to all the wholesome romantic installments of traditional sitcoms, as Peter and Lois bond over one of their most toxic shared traits.