Family Guy: Season 2, Episode 19

The Story on Page One (18 Jul. 2000)

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Meg gets the lead story in her school paper, but it's not the one she wrote.

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Chris Griffin / Neil Goldman / Additional Voices (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Sherry (voice)
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Storyline

Needing more extracurriculars to get into college, Meg signs up as a reporter with the school newspaper. Through persistence and shrewd investigating she lands a scoop exposing Mayor Adam West's incompetence. Thinking her story is too boring, Peter writes his own article accusing Luke Perry of homosexuality and smuggles it into the news office. The next morning, Meg's story is the talk of the school, but a certain Mr. Perry isn't too happy. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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When Brian is showing Stewie around Brown, Stewie tries to get some Sodium Pentothal. Sodium Pentothal is a depressant drug that is sometimes used in interrogations to make the people they're interrogating respond to questioning better, a "truth serum." As Stewie loves giving interrogations, that would certainly fit his needs! See more »

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The Dean, reading off the transcript, states that Meg's name has only three letters. Peter and Lois go along with this observation. However "Meg" is only her nickname. As already established in previous episodes, (including one that showed a copy of her birth certificate)"Megan" is her actual name and would also be the name listed on her transcript. See more »

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Neil Goldman: [in a deep voice, while soaking his retainer] Run little rabbit, run. Someday our worlds will be one.
Neil Goldman: [with his retainer back in] I sure hope my face clears up by then.
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Spoofs Big (1988) See more »

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