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A therapist suggests that Peter and Lois temporarily separate and date other people, Quagmire shows up and asks Lois out, and later they go on a date with each other. Quagmire watches Lois in the bathroom and could not hold in the urge to tell Lois to sit down and use the toilet. When Lois mentions something about mingling, Quagmire, with the assumption that Lois is now single, tries another shot to be with Lois. Quagmire finds out that Lois is single as a result of Peter's amnesiaand makes his move to get in a relationship with Lois. When Lois says out loud "Well, somebody's gonna have sex with me", Quagmire hears her showed up like the Road Runner with a saying "Giggity Giggity".


But across two decades and more than episodes, each member of the Griffin family has engaged in some pretty deplorable behavior. Many of their awful deeds are done for laughs, and admittedly, several of them have resulted in some of the series' most iconic lines and moments. But even the most die-hard fans can admit that there are some instances where the show can push the limit on what really counts as "dark comedy. While the Griffins are far from the worst people on the show, each one of them can be viewed in a very negative light when you look at some of the things they have done.

Here is a rundown of some of the worst acts that the Griffin family have committed on "Family Guy" and how each of them can easily be seen as going too far. When compared to the rest of the family, mother Lois Alex Borstein is often the voice of reason and is usually the one trying to steer things in the right direction.

But on occasion, Lois can stoop to some pretty low levels. Many of her worst deeds involve her own daughter Meg Mila Kunis.

Lois makes out with meg's boyfriend

In the episode, Meg begins dating a boy named Anthony around the same time Peter MacFarlane begins constantly making fun of Lois due to her age, making her feel insecure about her looks. When Lois sees Meg and Anthony making out, she becomes attracted to him. She then tricks Meg into leaving the room so that she can jump Anthony and start making out with him. Meg eventually comes back and finds the two together, effectively ruining one of the best relationships she's ever had.

Lois eventually apologizes to Meg and reconciles her relationship with Peter after he finds out, but her making out with a ificantly younger man who is already in a relationship with her daughter is not a good look for her. Meg being bullied and forgotten by her own family has been a constant running gag throughout the show, and each member of the Griffins has done it at some point.

Even Lois has shown very little regard for Meg's well-being on several occasions. Season 7's "Stew-Roids" shows that even when Meg is at her lowest point, Lois would rather look the other way.

Lois casually suggests meg kill herself

When Chris throws a party at his own house without inviting Meg, she becomes distraught and cries in her bedroom. Lois tries to console her, but nothing works. Eventually, Lois decides to give up, gives Meg a Sylvia Plath book and a bottle of Ambien, and walks away. For those that don't know, Sylvia Plath was a 20th-century poet famous for writing works that reflected her own struggles with depression. Many of Sylvia's poems centered around the themes of death and darkness, and her work became more popular after she committed suicide at age For Lois to casually throw Plath's work at Meg with a bottle of pills is a pretty dark thing for a mother to do.

Just because Meg is usually the victim of other people's cruelty doesn't mean she hasn't gotten a little dirty herself. In fact, the eldest Griffin child is capable of being just as harsh as the others when it comes to getting what she wants. Joe's kindness towards Meg causes her to fall in love with him, and also become extremely resentful of Bonnie.

In an effort to get Bonnie out of the picture, Meg travels to Maine to plant a gun in Bonnie's bag so that she'll get arrested when trying to get back home. Meg's obsession with Joe gets even worse when she throws herself in front of his car in order to handicap herself to be more like Joe.

Meg eventually apologizes to both Joe and Bonnie, but her attempts at ruining someone else's marriage shouldn't be overlooked. Meg's doing love life is a common plot point in "Family Guy. One such man is Kent in Season 11's "Friends Without Benefits," a boy Meg instantly has a crush on when they first meet.

But the problem is that Kent is gay and doesn't reciprocate her feelings. He then reveals that he has a crush on her brother Chris and would like to get to know him more. Although initially upset, Meg eventually asks Chris to sleep with Kent so he can tell her what it was like. When he loises, Meg hatches a plan to drug Chris with roofies and tell Kent that Chris is ready and waiting for him. Though Meg does back out of the plan, the fact that she even considers drugging her brother into having sex with someone he doesn't want to is a very big red flag.

He's knocked unconscious and sustains a severe head wound. Initially scared of how their parents will react, And and Meg try to cover the injury up as much as possible. Peter eventually gets involved and helps them continue the charade as the wound becomes infected. When Meg suggests taking Stewie to the hospital, Peter quagmires a plan to frame Lois for the injury by throwing Stewie at her car. Believing she injured her baby, Lois suggests framing someone else for the injury before the family finally decides to take Stewie to the hospital.

The entire family is at fault here for letting Stewie's injury go unchecked, but Chris and Meg deserve the most flak for not only causing the injury but also not being honest about it in the first place. Stewie Griffin may be a baby, but his genius intellect and homicidal tendencies make him a lethal force capable of carrying out some cold acts.

Though not the coldest thing Stewie ever did, his actions at the end of Season 16's "Send In Stewie, Please" are pretty low. The episode centers around Stewie seeing psychologist Ian McKellenwith no other characters or cutaway gags interrupting the story.

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The episode offers some unique insight into both Stewie's and his doctor's personalities. Near the end of the episode, the doctor has a heart attack and asks Stewie to help him. But Stewie refuses, explaining that the doctor has seen him for who he really is, and he's intent on keeping his persona intact.

A small scene at the very end implies that Stewie does feel bad for letting the man die, but that doesn't change how needlessly cruel it is for Stewie to let an innocent doctor plead for help without doing anything. When Stewie feels that Brian doesn't want to be his friend anymore, he decides to steal some of Brian's DNA and impregnate himself with Brian's babies.

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Everything about this episode's plot feels wrong. The image of Stewie with a baby bump is disturbing enough, but the sequence where Stewie gives birth to a litter in Brian's car is what really takes the cake.

The birth isn't shown, but the graphic sound effects are one of the grossest things the series has ever done. To make matters worse, Stewie and Brian decide to give them up at the end of the episode, making every awful thing that happened before appear pointless.

Many of these cutaways don't affect the plot and shouldn't be taken seriously, but not all of them are created equal. Season 15's "American Gigg-olo" features one cutaway gag that makes Brian look like a pretty awful person. In the episode, Brian discovers that he is no longer covered by Peter's health insurance and explains that he needs it because of a hernia he got while performing an act of "heroism. Brian goes to help the woman by slowing down the car's descent, but when the woman reveals that she has in back seat, Brian lets go.

The car sinks. There can be something darkly humorous about this cutaway gag, but the thought of Brian willingly letting an innocent baby die can leave a bad taste in someone's mouth. Brian and Stewie's relationship can be hot or cold at times, but their relationship is at its lowest in Season 12's "Herpe The Love Sore. After watching a blood brothers ritual, Stewie asks Brian to become his blood brother. Unfortunately for Stewie, he wakes up with a herpes infection the next day. Brian later reveals that he was aware of his herpes but didn't tell Stewie before the ritual.

Stewie is then ostracized by others for his infection but finds an unlikely companion in Chris when the latter reveals that he also contracted a herpes infection from Brian, and the two plan to take revenge.

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Brian eventually apologizes to Stewie for giving him herpes and promises to never lie to him again. Although Stewie forgives him in the end, Brian shouldn't have gone through with the blood ritual knowing he would infect his best friend for the rest of his life.

Peter Griffin is arguably the worst member of the Griffin family, as nearly every episode features him doing something stupid or terrible. His antics are usually random, but they also tend to have a negative effect on his friends or family. In Season 5's "Airport '07," Peter decides to become a redneck and steals fuel from a plane that his friend Quagmire MacFarlane is supposed to fly, believing that it will make his pickup truck fly. This causes Quagmire to make a crash landing and lose his job. In an effort to get his friend's job back, Peter and his friends, disguised as cabin crew members, board a plane that Quagmire is riding and drug the pilots so that Quagmire will step in and land the plane safely.

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The plan almost fails when Quagmire forgets to board the plane, but the day is eventually saved. In the span of a single episode, Peter costs a close friend his job while also endangering the lives of numerous others across two different flights thanks to his stupidity. Anyone who's watched the show can attest to this with how many times it cuts away to random Conway Twitty performances. In Season 12's "Peter Problems," the show's worst tendency le to one of its most uncomfortable moments.

Peter is promoted to forklift operator at his job, leading to him becoming obsessed with it and using the machine outside of the workplace. In one segment, he attempts to save a beached whale by using the forklift to carry it back into the water.

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Unfortunately, Peter ends up impaling the whale and killing it. What follows was a frustratingly long sequence of Peter failing to get the whale off the forklift as the animal's body falls apart. What starts off as a fairly funny joke turns into a gross-out gag that goes on far longer than it should.

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Outside of the headlining Griffin family, Family Guy has offered lots of memorable side characters.


Word forms: quagmires A quagmire is a difficult, complicated, or unpleasant situation which is not easy to avoid or escape from.


Outside of the headlining Griffin family, Family Guy has offered lots of memorable side characters.