For 16 seasons, Meg Griffin has been the butt of the jokes in Family Guy. Throughout that time, the teenage misfit has been farted on, hit with baseball bats, emotionally battered, jettisoned into spaced, held for ransom, and even wished out of existence. Though Meg first started out in the show as a relatively normal angsty teenager who's occasionally embarrassed by her family, she's become the black sheep who never can seem to catch a break. Poor Meg is continuously ridiculed by her family, and her high school life isn't much better. She's tormented and ignored by practically everyone, especially her father who would rather tell his daughter to shut up instead of offering some fatherly advice. However, Meg's endless trail of misery and woe has led to her becoming one of the most popular characters on Family Guy. The barrage of insults and antics hurled toward Meg has become one of the program's longest running gags, and even though she's frequently used as the punchline to a joke, there's still plenty of things some fans might not know about the beanie-wearing teenager.
Meg becomes Stewie's guardian angel, when she saves him from choking, and Stewie vows to protect her from getting abused. Meanwhile, Chris gets sent to vocational school. Principal Shepherd has a family meeting with Peter and Lois to tell them that Chris is flunking in all of his classes. Because of this, he needs to get sent to vocational school, despite the fact that these are generally for Italian people. Lois is unhappy about Chris having to go here, as a vocational school will limit his options. Principal Shepherd break the fourth wall with a joke about Chris getting a job as a Family Guy writer, and the fourth wall construction worker yells at them, that he just fixed the fourth wall, after their last joke.
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At school, Meg hears about a new student named Mike Pulaski from her friends, mentioning that he is an unstable bully , which Meg gets to see firsthand when he turns Neil Goldman into a balloon animal and pops him. While in the cafeteria with her friends, Meg accidentally spills her lunch on Mike, prompting him to plan a showdown with her on the coming Friday. Meg unsuccessfully tries to get out of the fight first by asking Lois to transfer her to another school.