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Chris, you treat me like you hate me, and I don't know why. You say hurtful things to me constantly. Do you have any idea what that feels like? What if I said those things to you? What if I started calling you a fat, zitty loser, who has no friends and smells like an old woman who has birds for pets?
~ Meg to Chris.

Megatron "Meg" Harvey Oswald Griffin is a major character in Family Guy. She is the oldest child of Peter and Lois Griffin, and the sister of Chris and Stewie from Family Guy. She is currently attending Adam West High School as a Senior.

Despite being the most moral and sympathetic of the Griffin family, she can also do some villainous things at times.

In season 1 she was voiced by Lacey Chabert, who voiced Eliza Thornberry in The Wild Thornberrys. She is currently voiced by Mila Kunis who also portrays Jackie Burkhart on That 70's Show, Lori Collins in Ted, and Jupiter Jones in Jupiter Ascending.

Biography

When Family Guy debuted in 1999, she was fifteen years old. She later turned sixteen by the events in "I Never Met the Dead Man" when she got her drivers license and remained that age throughout the show's initial run. She officially turned seventeen in "Peter's Two Dads" and eighteen in "Meg and Quagmire".

In court in "Screwed the Pooch", Brian said that her real father is Stan Thompson. Whether this is meant as an episode-only joke or part of the character history that has never been established. Brian does point out her similarities in looks to Peter in "Not All Dogs Go To Heaven".

In "Let's Go to the Hop", it is implied that Meg once had a younger sister but murdered her, possibly out of jealousy. However, it is also implied that this is just a dream Chris had, although he says "It seemed so real!".

Meg was originally depicted as a socially struggling yet somewhat well-liked teenage girl who was frequently embarrassed by her family's stupidity and immature tendencies and, at least twice, took the blame for the terrible things done by the other members of her family. However, over the years, Meg became meeker and less popular among others to the point of being constantly disrespected and hardly being taken into consideration even by her family.

This worsens in later episodes where the family, especially Peter, regard with much less care or even love as part of the family, often even harming her physically and emotionally. For example, shoving her face into his butt and then farting in it in "The Tan Aquatic with Steve Zissou". This gag is revisited in "Bango Was His Name Oh" when Peter is teaching Meg how to endure a boyfriend's farts and traps her in the car with his fart.

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 Griffins are shown avoiding her company in "Jungle Love", disparaging her in person and gathering in her bedroom to read her diary for laughs in "Stuck Together, Torn Apart".

Out of all the relationships with the rest of the family, Lois, Brian and Chris seem to treat her the most normally. However, even the three of them are quite often prone to bullying and scorning Meg, especially Chris taking after the example of his father. Meg is also frequently subjected to the cruelty and dismission of her mother Lois' arrogance and increasingly shallow parenting and domineering authority. In "Wasted Talent", Lois forced Meg to practice the piano through use an ankle bracelet attached to a iron ball and forcibly restrained her when she tried to ask Peter for help. In "Model Misbehavior", when Meg compares Lois's childhood bedroom to her own, Lois notes that they were the same except that hers contained many trophies and pictures of friends, as a cold reference to Meg’s own lack of social significance; Lois nearly dropped Joe to his death during a chase through the sewers in "Breaking Out is Hard to Do" when he asked her to pretend that he is her child, and then quickly directs her away from thinking of Meg after Lois loosens her grip; and after Meg told her mom she loved her during "Peter's Daughter", Lois pointedly did not say anything in response. This also shown when Meg was having a difficult time in "Stew-Roids", it is shown that Meg gets food waste for school lunch i.e peels, crusts and a taunting picture of Lois eating a turkey leg. in the same episode, Lois simply gave up on her, gave her a pill bottle, a Sylvia Plath book and told her "Whatever happens, happens".

Peter is usually the one who bears a great animosity towards her: berating her, hitting her while once on steroids in "The Father, the Son, and the Holy Fonz", even shooting her in "Peter's Daughter". Peter reminds Lois in "Petergeist" that if they could only save two they would leave Meg. When the family tries an anger management technique of writing letters and not sending them, Meg finds Peter's letter to her in "Lethal Weapons" which says "Dear Meg, for the first four years of your life, I thought that you were a housecat." And in Peter's short story of her birth in "Blue Harvest", they had to go back to get her once they realized they grabbed the afterbirth, implying that they could not tell the difference. In "Road to Rupert", Peter is disgusted that Meg has to become his personal driver and he and his friends play several pranks on her like setting her hat on fire while she is driving. In "Stewie kills Lois" Peter tells guests on a cruise ship about how he and Lois had gone to get an abortion but decided against it when they arrived at the clinic. He then says "3 months later, our daughter Meg was born" indicating that they had not planned her birth. In "8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Daughter", Peter sold her just to pay off his tab at a pharmacy. But despite this he also once was going to say 'I love you' in "Hell Comes to Quahog" and in "Road to Rupert" he stated they were 'secret best friends' before throwing lemonade in her face, saying he would have to continue to treat her badly in public in order to maintain his reputation. Peter also once tried to seduce Luke Perry in order to protect Meg from a libel suit, going so far as to state he "would take a bullet for Meg" in "The Story on Page One".

On Meg's 17th birthday in "Peter's Two Dads", her mother and father both try to hide from Meg that they don't remember her age. Peter openly states that Meg sucks in the episode "PTV", and Chris says the same thing about her in "Long John Peter".

Even though he gets into arguments with her from time to time, Chris usually goes to Meg for advice. Chris, however, seems to have more of a typical brother-sister relationship with Meg, and even once threatened to quit his job in "Movin' Out" if his boss didn't re-hire Meg.

Stewie enjoys taunting Meg about several topics of her supposed "ugliness", her virginity, and inability to keep a boyfriend, but she rarely seems to notice his comments, which may be part of the show's canon, where all the main cast except Brian are not able to hear or interpret Stewie's speech unless at writer's discretion.

Brian does not seem to join in the others' frequent "Meg-bashing," although he is prone to ignoring her and coldly shot down her attempt to congratulate his recent writing award. He insults her quite brutally on occasion. However, in "Dial Meg for Murder", he showed that he really cared her when he wrote an a very sentimental article on her and helping her come to her senses when she was on wild streak after being released from prison. However, in "Quagmire's Dad", despite her being the only one to show genuine concern for his trip, he harshly brushes her off, even though only moments ago, he complained that no one cared about his trip.

In "Screwed the Pooch", her grandmother says that she will give Meg a coupon for liposuction in her stocking.

There apparently also exists a double standard against Meg which further underscores the mistreatment she suffers at the hands of the people around her. In "Model Misbehavior", when Lois starts a modeling career, Meg claims that she will pleasure herself to Lois' pictures; even though Chris said the exact same thing, Peter only snaps at Meg and forces her out of the house. In "Airpor '07", Peter then hypocritically threatens to have sex with her that she won't remember until she's forty.

In "Big Man on Hippocampus", Peter loses his memory and has reacquainted himself with the pleasures of sex, Lois tells him that it is inappropriate to have sex with his own children; in response, Meg attempts an incest joke for which she is lambasted by her family then kicked and pushed out of the room by Chris. Later that year in "Partial Terms of Endearment", Lois tells a joke that implies that it was Meg that gave birth to Stewie, and apart from a shocked reaction from the latter, Lois receives no such violent reaction.

Initially, the neighbors have also been shown to openly dislike Meg, though this has been rare. Joe encourages Lois to keep him from falling down a giant sewer pipe by telling her "pretend I'm your child"; when Lois' grip slips a little, Joe yells "Not Meg! Not Meg!" This may have more to do with Joe's perception that Lois doesn't like Meg than with Joe's feelings about her, since as seen in "The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair", Joe said that he liked Meg. In fact, the neighbors' mistreatment of Meg is to a much lesser extent than most people and some of them, particularly Quagmire, have even offered to help her.

In "Dial Meg for Murder" after returning from prison Meg finally took out her pent up anger for all of the abuse she's took over the years out the family, namely Peter by severely beating him up and proverbially taking his place as head of the household and abusing him in the shower, she also used bits of Lois's shirts as toilet paper for her 'poop bucket', everyone soon became terrified of her, and when she heard Brian calling her a freak, they all passed the blame to Stewie who she made himself and Peter punch him.

In "Seahorse Seashell Party", Meg stands up to the abuse she receives from her family, and harshly criticizes Chris for being a bad brother, and Lois and Peter for being bad parents. This leads to them turning their abusive criticisms on each other. Meg comes to the conclusion that she serves as a "lightning rod" that absorbs the family's dysfunction, and apologizes for her comments (but more likely says this to prevent further fighting). The situation then returns back to normal. This leads to Brain showing respect to Meg and he tells her that she's more mature than anyone in this family and still loves them despite the relentless abuse they done to her.

Appearance

Meg typically wears glasses and a pink beanie even underneath other headgear. She also commonly wears a pink and white T-shirt, blue jeans, and tan (later white) shoes. She occasionally is seen wearing dresses or formal wear usually without her trademark cap. Despite being the oldest of the Griffin children and a high school upperclassman, she is shorter than her younger brother Chris, as well most other people around her age. Numerous characters on the show frequently regard her as flat-out grotesque though in reality, she is really just rather plain in appearance. She wears her cap under her yellow top hat in the show's opening dance number. She has been seen without her hat on in a handful of episodes for extremely small periods of time. However, in "Untitled Griffin Family History", she is seen without her hat on, as she is in pajamas for most of it. She appears to have inherited the shape of her nose and head from her mother, and her brown hair and myopia from her father. She is 4'8".

In "A Picture's Worth a Thousand Bucks", an employee at a carnival guesses her weight as being "a lot". There are several comments aimed at her weight in various episodes, though her girth may be due to her height, as she is the same weight as her mother, making her approximate weight 140 pounds. In "Don't Make Me Over", Stewie has a disturbing thought picturing Meg in low-rider jeans, which shows Meg striking a pose which her belly is exposed up to an inch or two above the belly button, which the fat in her stomach hangs over her waist, resembling a muffin top. Stewie proceeds to beat the thought bubble with a rolling pin. In "Barely Legal", she says she has to buy a new dress to go to the prom with Brian because all her dresses makes her look fat, implying that she is actually fat, not just because of the dresses. Her plain look is often a topic of humor for the show; characters on the show act as though she were horrifically ugly. In "Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington", a very ugly girl is hired to stand next to Meg so she will look better by comparison. In "Don't Make Me Over", two people drench themselves in gasoline, set themselves on fire, and throw themselves out a window screaming in horror after simply looking at Meg. In another episode, a young man fired a nail gun into his own stomach in order to avoid a date with her. Also, in the episode "Barely Legal", Meg's "backup" date, Jimmy, says he has to attend his little brother's funeral after briefly closing his front door and promptly shooting his little brother. Her "ugliness" may also be a source of her unpopularity. Meg is often mistaken for a boy such as when she asked Craig Hoffman to go out on a date with her in "Don't Make Me Over". She is mistaken for the star of Malcolm in the Middle in "Breaking Out is Hard to Do". There was also when Meg was held hostage by three burglars who mistook her for a boy in "Untitled Griffin Family History". Later in that episode she asked one of the robbers if they were going to "have their way" with her. They refused, disgusted by her appearance and she got angry, shouting at them to have sex with her and insisting she was 'pretty'. They then filed a sexual harassment suit against her, which went ignored by Peter, who thought she was going to a dance, leading to her arrest. Peter also passed her off as a boy named "Greg" in "Big Man on Hippocampus" to qualify for Family Feud. In "Quagmire's Dad", Ida Quagmire believed that Meg also got a sex change operation to become a girl like he did. In "Prick Up Your Ears", Meg took an abstinence vow with her new boyfriend up until the end of the episode, where after seeing her nude, he dumped her. Another brief boyfriend of hers, nudist Jeff Campbell had no objections to her looks at all. In "Long John Peter", Chris lifts Meg's top up, exposing her bra, as a means to make Brian throw up as an excuse to take him to the vet. Also, her appearance is displayed as ugly in alternate dimensions, where even her sexy version was still considered ugly by the dimensions standards in "Road to the Multiverse". Meg once received a makeover, drastically increasing her sexual appeal in the eyes of characters in the show after several people in the episode covered themselves in petrol and burned themselves. It was during this brief period when Meg, a popular singer at the time, lost her virginity to Saturday Night Live comedian Jimmy Fallon as part of an elaborate cold open sketch.

In "No Chris Left Behind", she participates with Lois in prostitution in order to pay for Chris's school, Lois gets picked up and Meg is left behind.

Personality

Meg is considered to be the "black sheep" of the Griffin Family who is often bullied, abused, and ignored. Because of this, she developed many insecurities that prompted to try to fit in with the popular crowd to no avail. She also mostly serves as the butt of Peter's jokes that leaves her humiliated. That said, in the earlier seasons, she was nothing more than your typical bratty teenage daughter who got treated well despite her father's questionable decisions. She is also the main antagonist in the episode, Dial Meg For Murder.

However, things can get out of hand if Meg gets pushed too far; this was shown in the episode "Dial Meg for Murder", where she was sent to prison for being in love with a convict, only to return as a juvenile delinquent who abuses her family in revenge for their treatment. Even in the episode "Seahorse Seashell Party", where she angrily voiced her objection over her family's behavior towards her, only for the other family's members to turn their rage on each other as Meg stood up for herself. However, she later apologizes upon realizing that the family needs a "lightning rod" to absorb the dysfunction. In the episode "Road to Rupert", Meg assaults a man for insulting her after a fender-bender, which actually impressed Peter and his friends a lot.

Despite being the scapegoat, there were a few times when Meg does get a little recognition for the good things that she has done. In the episode "Peter's Sister", she meets her aunt Karen Griffin, who has proven to be abusive to Peter. At first, Meg finds Karen to be hilarious, but realizes that her treatment towards Peter is what made him the abusive man he is known today. As such, Meg helped Peter defeat Karen in a fight, and Peter apologizes to Meg for his treatment towards her, admitting that he was stupid to take out his pain on her. Ever since then, Peter started to show a little care towards Meg, even defending her from bullies in the episode "The Peter Principal". In the episode "Amish Guy", she and an Amish boy named Ezekiel developed genuine feelings for each other, despite their fathers' feud against each other. In the episode "Valentine's Day in Quahog", she went on a date with a boy named Toby, who tried to take her kidney to donate, though he later returns it to Meg before giving her a kiss at the end of the day, much to her great delight.

Heroic Acts

  • Saved Neil Goldman from suicide, showing that she does not completely hates him.
  • Saved Peter from Karen, despite all he did to her over the years.
  • She stood by her family many times, despite the fact that she'd been constantly and relentlessly bullied by them.

Social life

Meg is very unpopular in high school due to her plain appearance and personality. Meg often tries to be part of the cool crowd, but is usually coldly rebuffed. Because of her eagerness for acceptance, she has been recruited unknowingly into a suicidal religious cult, and later recruited again unwittingly into her school's Lesbian Alliance. However, Meg does have a moderate number of friends, the best of which being with a group of girls who are often seen with her during occasions such as her slumber parties and gossiping about boys. In later episodes, these girls, known by the names of Beth (a short-haired, blonde girl), Patty (a nerdy, red-headed girl who is surprisingly more physically attractive than she seems), Esther (a nerdy African-American girl), and Ruth (a puffy-haired brunette girl), are characterized as being unpopular and dateless like Meg.

Dating

Meg is a very unpopular student in high school. In one episode, a student in shop class fired a nail gun into his own stomach in order to avoid a date with her. And another murdering his own brother to have an excuse not to go to prom with her the following night. However, she is sought by pimply nerd Neil Goldman, and perverted neighbor Glenn Quagmire has shown an interest, mostly due to his very broad standards, asking if she has reached the age of consent. In several episodes she is shown dating, including stories with characters Mayor Adam West and nudist Jeff Campbell, and she loses her virginity on live television to Saturday Night Live host Jimmy Fallon after having a drastic make over. Jerome also claims to have had sex with her.

Early in the series she had a crush on Kevin Swanson, who seemed to enjoy her company. In "Da Boom" he asked her to Quagmire's New Year's party, in "Holy Crap" he was mentioned as holding her hand on the walk home from school.

In "Brian Sings and Swings", she befriended by a girl named Sarah who Meg later discovers is a lesbian. Meg pretends to be a lesbian & Sarah's girlfriend as she enjoys being accepted by Sarah. However her mother (who is hinted to being a bisexual) knows Meg is only pretending to be one in order to be accepted. She eventually is forced to admit to Sarah that she is not a lesbian.

In other episodes she is portrayed as chronically incapable of finding a boyfriend. For her Junior Prom she accepts a pity date from Brian, the family dog in "Barely Legal". Brian ends up making out with her at this party, but only because he was highly inebriated, and most likely high, as Lois slipped a bit of weed into is jacket pocket. Meg then becomes infatuated with Brian, going so far as to abduct him in order to have sex with him after he rejects her, but she does not seem to be interested in Brian after this episode. To make up for the lack of boyfriends she made one up, in "Bill and Peter's Bogus Journey".

In "Peter's Daughter" Meg falls in love with a med-student named Michael Milano after coming out of a short coma (caused by Peter). Meg soon then announces that she is pregnant by Michael and the two get engaged. After finding out that she isn't actually pregnant, Meg tells Michael the truth hoping that he'll stay; however, Michael leaves Meg at the altar.

In "Dial Meg for Murder", she's dating a prisoner named Luke. Luke later escapes, and Meg tries to hide him, but she gets caught and sent to prison too.

In "Go, Stewie Go!" she dates a boy named Anthony, who is, to the surprise of everybody in Quahog, completely normal. However, Lois seduces him because she feels bad about her aging but is caught by Meg. As Lois goes to apologize to Meg but is vicoiusly scolded and driven away. Lois blames all of this on Peter whom she confronts and accuses him of making her feel bad about her aging and has caused their daughter to hate her. A flashback showed Meg once dated a boy with no legs.

She is also shown to be attracted to Connie DiMico. In "Stew-Roids", she asks Connie whether she can think about her in the tub. In "Dial Meg for Murder", she tongue-kisses Connie after knocking her unconscious. Though this act was more about dominance and humiliation than any form of romance.

Dangerous behavior

Despite generally being emotionally fragile and meek, yet at the same time, passive and kind hearted. Meg has, from time to time, shown a surprisingly darker side from her generally well-natured character, often triggered by the family and other people's coldness and contempt for her. In "Untitled Griffin Family History", Meg is charged for forcing herself upon a group of would-be captors and grows violently obsessed with Brian after a drunken kiss at the Junior Prom in "Barely Legal". In the same episode, Meg threatens to commit suicide when nobody at school would be her date to the prom and she also tells her parents that she's going upstairs to eat a whole bag of peanuts. When her parents stare at her blankly, she cries, "I'm allergic to peanuts!" in "The Kiss Seen Around the World".

Meg also speaks of habitually cutting herself and throwing up after meals. Meg's dangerous behavior, however obvious, is rarely noticed by her parents even when stated. Such as in "Sibling Rivalry" after Lois had her fat removed she states to Meg, that eating to solve ones problems is the wrong thing to do, apparently referencing that she's somewhat fat, while complimenting Chris's hat despite him being the one who is overly obese. In this Meg replies, "I don't eat to solve my problems, I cut myself."

Peter also doesn't pay attention when she loses her temper and assaults a man who crashed into the back of the car while driving him, Cleveland, Joe and Quagmire around when they have been drinking in "Road to Rupert". He exclaims that her actions were "awesome" and this leads to her engaging in other erratic behavior to impress him. In "Dial Meg for Murder", Meg was desperate enough to date a criminal. Meg later stated no one cares about her while robbing Mort's Pharmacy and knocking Peter's teeth out and rapidly beating him. In "Go, Stewie, Go!", she rips out one of her teeth to prove that she is tougher than Lois. In "April in Quahog", it's alluded that she strangles stray cats. In "Road to the North Pole" she wishes for "softer voices" in her head.

It is possible that Meg has a type of mental illness similar to Borderline Personality Disorder. Meg has exhibited behaviors that closely match the diagnostic criteria for BPD, as described by the Fourth Volume of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV):

A pervasive pattern of instability of interpersonal relationships, self-image, and affects, as well as marked impulsivity, beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts, as indicated by five (or more) of the following:

  1. Frantic efforts to avoid real or imagined abandonment (excluding suicidal behaviors).
  2. A pattern of unstable and intense interpersonal relationships characterized by alternating between extremes of idealization and devaluation.
  3. Identity disturbance: markedly and persistently unstable self-image or sense of self. - Claims to be a lesbian in "Brian Sings and Swings" to be accepted in their group, easily swayed by religious recruitment.
  4. Impulsivity in at least two areas that are potentially self-damaging, excluding suicidal behaviors.
  5. Recurrent suicidal gestures, threats, or self-injuring behavior. Meg admits that she cuts herself in "Sibling Rivalry", threatens suicide in "Barely Legal" and "The Kiss Seen Around the World".
  6. Affective instability due to a marked reactivity of mood. Flattened affect (lamp scene) in "Barely Legal".
  7. Chronic feelings of emptiness.
  8. Inappropriate anger or difficulty controlling anger. - Has frequent outbursts, particularly at her parents in "Peter's Two Dads".
  9. Transient, stress-related paranoid ideation, delusions, or severe dissociative symptoms. She became deluded into thinking that Brian in "Barely Legal" and Joe in "The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair" are in love with her.

Voice Actresses

Meg's voice actress has not always been Mila Kunis. Cree Summer was the first choice to voice Meg, but Seth MacFarlane didn't like the idea of an African-American voicing her. When Seth made the original pilot, his sister Rachel MacFarlane provided her voice for Meg. When the series spawned off, Lacey Chabert was hired to do the role. However, she left after the show's first season, although some aired out of order and became season 2 episodes) and due to contract reasons, she could not be credited for her work. Since then, Mila Kunis has voiced Meg, though there have been some substitutes, like Debi Derryberry and Tara Strong, who voice her when she had a singing part. However, Kunis provided her own singing voice in "Road to the North Pole". At 47 years old in "Stu & Stewie's Excellent Adventure", after a sex change made her a man named Ron, she was voiced by John Viener. As such, Meg is the member of the Griffin Family who has been voiced by the largest assortment of voice actors/actresses.

Notes

  • Her middle name has yet to be revealed on the show, but her brothers Chris and Stewie's have. However, in the episode "Meg's Wedding", Bruce gives her middle name(s) as "Harvey Oswald".
  • In "Dial Meg for Murder", Peter tries to brand Meg when playing as a cowboy, only to find an 'AW' already branded on her by Mayor Adam West.
  • Meg briefly dated Mayor West in "Deep Throats and in "Tiegs for Two". However, their on and off relationship appears to have ended for good due to West's marriage to her Aunt Carol in "Brothers & Sisters" and is now Meg's uncle.
  • Meg had a cameo on MTV's Good Vibes episode "Red Tuxedo" originally airing 12/15/2011. In addition, Mila Kunis also appeared as herself.
  • In "A Hero Sits Next Door," Meg mentions that she cannot taste salt.
  • In "Hannah Banana", Meg reveals that she and Chris practice kissing with each other. But later in "Halloween on Spooner Street", Meg and Chris become repulsed when they accidentally make out in a closet at a Halloween party. In "Fresh Heir" she walks into Chris' room wearing a towel to announce their bath together, only to find Peter cleaning the room. Natalia finds the pair kissing in "Nanny Goats".
  • In "New Kidney in Town," Meg believes that people choose to be gay.
  • In "Friends Without Benefits", it is revealed that Meg's heart is located in the same area as her brain due to a rare birth disorder. When Brian and Stewie read Meg's diary, her weight is given as 159lbs.
  • "Valentine's Day in Quahog" reveals Meg to have a conjoined twin that her date Toby removes to use as a bookmark.
  • In the uncensored version of "Chris Cross", Meg reveals that she gets mail from the Netherlands as part of a group that "f--ks up" Anne Frank's house each year.
  • Meg explains to Lisa Simpson in "The Simpsons Guy" that when she gets upset, she beats up cats. She also cuts Lisa's name into her arm as a sign of friendship when Lisa gives her her saxophone, which Peter promptly throws into the trash.
  • Lisa gave her the saxophone after she proved to be quite proficient with it. Meg has also demonstrated the ability to play the drums at age one in "Chitty Chitty Death Bang" and the cello in "American Gigg-olo".
  • Meg gives Neil a chance and goes on a date to the theater in "Once Bitten", but he starts to feel bad about using Chris to get close to her and leaves Meg behind to apologize. She is also reported to have stomped a pigeon in defending her lunch.
  • She is killed and replaced by a clone in "A House Full of Peters".
  • On her fake ID in "Crimes and Meg's Demeanor", Meg's height is listed as 4'8" and weight as 160. She uses an image as Chris Christie altered with her pink hat in place of her own.

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Fritz the Cat | Winston Schwartz | Duke the Crow | Shame | Hugo the Hippo | Sultan | Jorma | Avatar | Elinore | Weehawk | Necron 99/Peace | Sean | Larn | Princess Teegra | Darkwolf | Crysta | Pips | Batty Koda | Zak Young | Beetle Boys | Abigail | Michelle | Richard Tyler | Adventure, Horror & Fantasy | The Pagemaster | Anastasia Romanov | Dimitri | Vladimir | Pooka | Bartok | Zozi | Olive | Martini | Cale Tucker | Akima Kunimoto | Joseph Korso | Gune | Stith | Ginger | Rocky Rhodes | Babs | Bunty | Mac | Fowler | Nick and Fetcher | Manny | Sid | Diego | Scrat | Roshan | Nadia | Runar | Dougal | Zebedee | Florence | Dylan | Brian | Ermintrude | Train | Rodney Copperbottom | Fender Pinwheeler | Cappy | Crank Casey | Piper Pinwheeler | Lug | Diesel | Wonderbot | Aunt Fanny | Bigweld | Ellie | Crash and Eddie | Yankee Irving | Homer Simpson | Marge Simpson | Bart Simpson | Lisa Simpson | Maggie Simpson | Santa's Little Helper | Milhouse Van Houten | Krusty the Clown | Waylon Smithers | Lindsey Naegle | Nelson Muntz | Scratchy | Ned Flanders | Apu | Moe Szyslak | Chief Wiggum | Seymour Skinner | Edna Flanders | Groundskeeper Willie | Lenny Leonard | Carl Carlson | Barney Gumble | Professor Frink | Comic Book Guy | Mayor Quimby | Dr. Hibbert | Hans Moleman | Cletus Spuckler | Rev. Lovejoy | Kent Brockman | Otto Mann | Martin Prince | Ralph Wiggum | Judge Snyder | The Sea Captain | Gary Chalmers | Sideshow Mel | Bartman | Officer Lou | Officer Eddie | Kirk Van Houten | Luann Van Houten | Rainier Wolfcastle | Maude Flanders | Rod Flanders | Blinky | God | Odysseus | Prince Hamlet | Stretch Dude | Akira | Herman Krustofsky | Dr. Nick Riviera | Gil Gunderson | Database | Allison Taylor | Elizabeth Hoover | Lois Pennycandy | Ian (The Very Tall Man) | Kumiko Nakamura | Mr. Nakamura | Bumblebee Man | Radioactive Man | Fallout Boy | Snowball II | Mr. Teeny | Strangles | Plopper the Pig | Jerry | Dave Shutton | Herbert Powell | Colin | Medicine Woman | Mr. Sparkle | Chester Lampwick | Mr. Bergstrom | Leon Kompowski | Milo | Donny | Larry Burns | Shauna Chalmers | Bashir bin Laden | Becky | Sophie Jensen | Samantha Stankey | Melody Juniper | Annie Dubinsky | Audrey McConnell | Lisabella | Dr. Stacey Swanson | Patricia | Barbara Bush | Sara Sloane-Balaban | Gretchen | Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon | Maya | Mindy Simmons | Circe | Lady Gaga | Lurleen Lumpkin | Carol Berrera | The Dixie Chicks | Princess Penelope | Larry | Sam | Strangles | Spirit Guide | Flying Hellfish | The Grumple | Waylon Smithers, Sr. | Michael De Graaf Philip J. Fry | Turanga Leela | Bender Bending Rodríguez | Nibbler | Dr. Zoidberg | Professor Farnsworth | Amy Wong | Hermes Conrad | Kif Kroker | Calculon | Candy | Cubert J. Farnsworth | Dr. Cahill | Dwight Conrad | Smitty | URL | Yancy Fry Sr. | Horton the Elephant | Morton the Mouse | Jane Kangaroo | Rudy Kangaroo | Ham III | Kilowatt | Niko | Julius | Wilma | Saga | Buck | Peaches | Momma Dino | Baby Dinos | Kamala | Daniel Dolphin | Mr. Fox | Mrs. Fox | Kylie Sven Opossum | Ash Fox | Kristofferson Silverfox | Clive Badger | Blu | Jewel | Rafael | Pedro | Nico | Luiz | Linda Gunderson | Tulio Monteiro | Fernando | Eva | Kipo | Louis | Shira | Fuzzy | Jonni | Grug Crood | Eep Crood | Guy | Ugga Crood | Thunk Crood | Sandy Crood | Gran | Dawn Betterman | Phil Betterman | Hope Betterman | Belt | Douglas | Chunky | Mary "MK" Katherine | Nod | Ronin | Queen Tara | Nim Galuu | Turbo | Chet | Whiplash | Burn | Patchi | Alex | Juniper | Mr. Peabody | Sherman | Penny Peterson | Carla | Bia | Tiago | Eduardo | Aunt Mimi | Roberto | Felipe | Red Macaw Tribe | Charlie | Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III | Toothless | Astrid Hofferson | Stormfly | Fishlegs Ingerman | Meatlug | Snotlout Jorgenson | Hookfang | Ruffnut Thorston | Tuffnut Thorston | Barf and Belch | Stoick the Vast | Gobber the Belch | Valka | Eret | Manolo Sánchez | Maria Posada | Joaquín Mondragon | La Muerte | Candlemaker | Xibalba | Skipper | Private | Kowalski | Rico | Classified | Eva | Short Fuse | Corporal | Oh | Tip Tucci | Pig | Lucy Tucci | Captain Smek | Officer Kyle | Charlie Brown | Linus van Pelt | Snoopy | Sally Brown | Lucy Van Pelt | Peppermint Patty | Marcie | Po | Shifu | Tigress | Monkey | Viper | Crane | Mantis | Mr. Ping | Oogway | Julian | Brooke | Teddy | Gavin | Gertie | Roger | Queen Poppy | Branch | Bridget | King Gristle Jr. | DJ Suki | Cooper | Biggie | Mr. Dinkles | Guy Diamond | Smidge | Boss Baby | Tim Templeton | George Beard | Harold Hutchins | Captain Underpants | Ferdinand | Nina | Paco | Lupe | Una | Dos | Cuatro | Valiente | Bones | Angus | Guapo | Maquina | Bunny | Chief | Atari Kobayashi | Rex | King | Duke | Boss | Spots | Tracy Walker | Professor Watanabe | Lance Sterling | Walter Beckett | Marcy Kappel | Lovey | Ron | Barney Pudowski | Savannah Meades | Rich Belcher | Noah | Ava | Graham Pudowski | Donka Pudowski | Marc Weidell

Live-Action Films
The Girl | George Taylor | Nova | Dr. Zira | Dr. Cornelius | Caesar (Original) | Benji | Brad Majors | Janet Weiss | Eddie | Robert Thorn | Luke Skywalker | Leia Organa | Han Solo | Chewbacca | C-3PO | R2-D2 | Obi-Wan Kenobi | Ellen Ripley | Jones | Yoda | Lando Calrissian | Gillian Bellaver | B.J. Browning | Jackie Howard | Mr. Higgins | Jim Craig | Ewoks | Jessica Harrison | Spur | Mr. Harrison | Clancy | Cpl. Dwayne Hicks | Newt | Dutch | Westley | Princess Buttercup | Inigo Montoya | Fezzik | John McClane | Mike Harrigan | Edward Scissorhands | Kim Boggs | Kevin McCallister | Kate McCallister | Peter McCallister | Old Man Marley | Pigeon Lady | Mark Evans | Susan Evans | Daniel Hillard | Miranda Hillard | Jack Traven | Harry Temple | Richard Tyler | Adventure, Horror & Fantasy | The Pagemaster | Zeus Carver | Steven Hiller | David Levinson | Thomas Whitmore | Patricia Whitmore | Dylan Dubrow-Hiller | Casper | Chris Carson | Tim Carson | Ghostly Trio | Jack Dawson | Rose DeWitt Bukater | Fabrizio De Rossi | Tommy Ryan | Alex Pruitt | Wendy | Witch Sisters | Anakin Skywalker | Padmé Amidala | Qui-Gon Jinn | Mace Windu | Jar Jar Binks | Christian | Captain Leo Davidson | Krull | Stu Miley | Scar | Garfield | Odie | Jon Arbuckle | Liz Wilson | Arlene | Nermal | Persnikitty | Louis | Del Spooner | Sonny | Susan Calvin | Alfred Lanning | Prince XII | Winston | Smithee | McBunny | Nigel | Claudius | Preston | Bolero | Eragon | Saphira | Brom | Arya Dröttning | Larry Daley | Nick Daley | Dr. McPhee | Theodore Roosevelt | Attila the Hun | Sacagawea | Ahkmenrah | Dexter | Rexy | Jedediah | Octavius | Easter Island Head | Lucy McClane | Alvin Seville | Simon Seville | Theodore Seville | Dave Seville | Goku | Bulma | Master Roshi | Chi-Chi | Yamcha | Grandpa Gohan | Shenron | Ian Hawke | Tom Pearson | Jake Pearson | Hannah Pearson | Sparks | Art Pearson | Lee Pearson | Bethany Pearson | Brittany Miller | Jeanette Miller | Eleanor Miller | Anita Lesnicki | Jake Sully | Neytiri | Grace Augustine | Norm Spellman | Tsu'tey | Trudy Chacon | Max Patel | Amelia Earhart | General Armstrong Custer | Giant Octopus | Abraham Lincoln | The Thinker | Able the Space Monkey | Percy Jackson | Grover Underwood | Annabeth Chase | Sally Jackson | Poseidon | Zeus | Chiron | Marmaduke | Carlos the Cat | John "Hannibal" Smith | B.A. Baracus | Faceman Peck | H.M. Murdock | Lemuel Gulliver | Horatio | Princess Mary | King Theodore | Queen Isabelle | Darcy Silverman | Tom Popper | Caesar (Reboot) | Rocket | Maurice | Cornelia | Buck | Andy | Will Rodman | Caroline Aranha | Charles Rodman | Andrew Detmer | Matt Garetty | Steve Montgomery | Jack McClane | Pi Patel | Richard Parker | Tyson | Clarisse La Rue | Rainbow | Sir Lancelot | Tilly | Laaa | Trixie | Blue Eyes | Cornelius | Luca | Ash | Malcolm | Ellie | Alexander | Kemp | Foster | Sphere | Sphere's species | Phineas T. Barnum | Charity Barnum (The Greatest Showman) | Phillip Carlyle (The Greatest Showman) | Lettie (The Greatest Showman) | Anne Wheeler | Jenny Lind (The Greatest Showman) | Gary "Eggsy" Unwin | Harry Hart | Roxy Morton | Merlin | Mark Watney | Rain Lao | Jake Morrison | Jacob Portman | Miss Peregrine | Emma Bloom | Enoch O'Connor | Olive Abroholos Elephanta | Bronwyn Bruntley | Fiona Frauenfeld | Hugh Apiston | Claire Densmore | Horace Somnusson | The Twins | Bad Ape | Lake | Nova | Tequila | Champagne | Ginger Ale | Alita | Hugo | Dyson Ido | Dr. Chiren | Alex | Bedders | Kaye | Lance | Merlin | Roy McBride | Sarah Connor | Carl | Grace Harper | Dani Ranos | Buck | John Thornton | Perrault | Francoise | Sled Team | Carol | Ghost Wolf of Dreams | Guy | Millie Rusk | Walter McKey | Buddy | Mouser | The Princess | Linh

See Also
Alien vs Predator Heroes | Alvin and the Chipmunks Heroes | Amblin Entertainment Heroes | American Dad! Heroes | American Crime Story Heroes | American Horror Story Heroes | Blue Sky Heroes | Buena Vista International Heroes | Bob's Burgers Heroes | Casper the Friendly Ghost Heroes | Die Hard Heroes | Disney Heroes | DreamWorks Heroes | Dr. Seuss Heroes | Family Guy Heroes | Fantastic Four Heroes | Ferdinand Heroes | Free Guy Heroes | Futurama Heroes | Garfield Heroes | Ice Age Heroes | Isle of Dogs Heroes | Jack London Heroes | Kingsman Heroes | Lucasfilm Heroes | Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Heroes | Narnia Heroes | Night at the Museum Heroes | Planet of the Apes Heroes | Pannonia Film Studio Heroes | Rick Riordan Heroes | Rio Heroes | Ron's Gone Wrong Heroes | Ralph Bakshi Heroes | Star Wars Heroes | The French Dispatch Heroes | The Grand Budapest Hotel Heroes | The Great North Heroes | The Simpsons Heroes | Tim Burton Heroes | X-Men Heroes | X-Men Movie Heroes

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Griffin/Pewterschmidt Family
Peter Griffin | Lois Griffin | Meg Griffin | Stewie Griffin | Brian Griffin | Chris Griffin | Vinny Griffin | Chip Griffin Carter Pewterschmidt | Barbara Pewterschmidt | Nate Griffin

Swanson Family
Joe Swanson | Bonnie Swanson | Kevin Swanson | Susie Swanson

Brown-Tubbs Family
Cleveland Brown | Cleveland Brown Jr. | Donna Tubbs-Brown | Rallo Tubbs | Roberta Tubbs

Recurring Characters
Glenn Quagmire | Tom Tucker | Ollie Williams | Mayor Adam West | Mayor Wild West | Bruce | John Herbert | Carl | Seamus Levine | Dr. Elmer Hartman | James Woods | Joyce Kinney | Tricia Takanawa | Tim the Bear | Lester Krinklesac | Carol West | Mort Goldman | Muriel Goldman | Neil Goldman | Angela | Evil Monkey | Kool-Aid Man | Patty | Ruth | Esther | Mother Maggie | Miss Tammy

Guest Star Characters
Ida Davis | Darth Stewie | Bert and Sheila | Brooke Roberts | Jillian Russell-Wilcox | Kimi

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