When Meg turns 18, Quagmire tries to make his move on her, but Peter tries to stop him.

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Lois Griffin (voice)
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Chris Griffin (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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John G. Brennan ...
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Julius Sharpe ...
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Chris Sheridan
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When Meg finally turns 18, Quagmire seizes the opportunity to pursue his next romantic conquest. As the new couple's relationship blossoms, Peter stops at nothing to come in between his innocent - well, somewhat innocent - daughter and his creepy friend. Written by Fox Publicity

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8 January 2012 (USA)  »

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The person asleep at their desk is Joe Vaux. He's worked as a storyboard revisionist, storyboard artist, assistant director, and director for various episodes. This brief appearance of him sleeping was his only role for this specific episode, though. See more »

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The analog clock on the Griffin's stove has only half a clock face. See more »

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Spoofs Fight Club (1999) See more »

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Quagmire and Meg?
8 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode got the gratuitous violence out of its system in the first scene. After that, the episode is about Quagmire getting close to Meg in an attempt to bed her. Peter does everything he can to make sure that never comes to fruition.

Brian, Stewie and Chris are barely if ever heard from in this episode. It's almost strictly a Quagmire, Meg, Lois, and Peter episode. There are a couple good jokes here and there. Peter has most of them. Quagmire's methodical seduction of Meg is pretty creepy, which is exactly what you want from Quagmire.

Peter actually plays the part of a concerned parent in this episode which is an interesting dimension to explore. And the episode does fly by rather quickly.


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