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Ida Davis (formerly Daniel "Dan" Quagmire) is Glenn, Gary, and Brenda Quagmire's mother, a Vietnam war hero pilot and ex husband of Mrs. Quagmire who Glenn claims to have been even more of a ladies man than he is.
In "Quagmire's Dad", Dan Quagmire arrives in town to be honored at the Officer's Club for his war service. When Glenn introduces Peter and Joe to him, Dan's dance to "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" implies that Dan is a homosexual, much to his friends' chagrin. When Peter tells Glenn of his suspicion, he laughs it off and then defends his dad as a war hero. At the ball, Quagmire is soon bombarded by comments about his father's sexuality from fellow sailors. When Glenn confronts her, she reveals her feelings that he is a "woman trapped in a man's body", and came to Quahog wanting a sex change operation. Glenn was very concerned, but ultimately decided to support his mother's decision.
After the operation takes place, the surgery is announced to be a success, with Dan Quagmire emerging as an attractive blonde woman now known as Ida Quagmire. At dinner with the Griffins that night, Ida reveals that she has no problems discussing the procedure. When her son shows his frustration at that, the two argue, leaving Ida to depart and stay at the hotel, where she meets Brian Griffin. The two bond, and end up having sex in her hotel room. When Peter and Lois find out, they are so shocked they begin to laugh. Meanwhile, Ida goes to Glenn to apologize, and when she tells him about her night, he becomes enraged that his mother slept with his worst enemy. Glenn then beats Brian senseless, leaving him badly injured. Brian gets the last word, however, rubbing in Quagmire's face the fact that the intercourse did happen and slams the door shut.
Ida appears at the Griffin Home in "Thanksgiving" for dinner. Her son is still shown to feel uncomfortable around her, and interaction with Brian has become limited and awkward. When Kevin Swanson reveals that he ran away from the army Brian stands up for Kevin's choice and says the only one who could understand and support Kevin's choice was Ida. However, Ida did not support Kevin's choice to which Brian responds that Ida is just some dumb drag queen. Ida says the fact that Kevin abandoned his fellow soldiers was what was most unforgivable.
In "Quagmire and Meg", Quagmire says that his father is now "Ida Davis".
In "Valentine's Day in Quahog", Stewie gathers scores of Brian’s former dates including Ida to get to the bottom of why he’s unsuccessful in love. When Brian lashes back at the criticism, he notes that Ida still has bits of penis left. She, along with other women Brian dated in the past, slept alongside him at the end of episode.
A piece of stationary from the Marriott when Brian had sex with Ida plays a key part of Brian's defense of Mayor Adam West in "12 and a Half Angry Men".
Ida helps search for Glenn after he is kidnapped by Sonja in "Quagmire's Quagmire".
Ida attends Brian's funeral in "Life of Brian".
In "Bri-Da", she and Brian met again in the Park-Barrington Hotel striking up a conversation. They decide to find solace in each other's company for the night at the hotel. As Ida resigns herself to Brian leaving again, the latter decides to go ahead and have a relationship with her, much to Quagmire's chagrin. Despite Brian's efforts to try to bond, Quagmire still rejects him. He finally insists it will either be him or Brian in Ida's life. To Brian's surprise, Ida chooses her son but still enjoy the time they had together. That evening, Quagmire and Ida share a good laugh while watching Night At The Museum.