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4th Dec '17 9:15:57 AM Joel32AK
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** Immediately after this talk, a helicopter comes to save them both after being stranded for God knows how long.

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** Immediately after this talk, a helicopter comes to save them both after being stranded for God knows how long. In the same episode, Brian is finally welcomed home after his spying on the principal managed to save the school $200 because of embezzled food from the place, [[StatusQuoIsGod freeing him from his status as a pariah]].
3rd Dec '17 7:57:15 PM Joel32AK
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* In the episode, ''Crimes and Meg's Demeanor'', is another rare instance of a {{Throw The Dog A Bone}} episode for Meg, starts off with Peter actually treating Meg like she's somebody. At the start of the episode, he is basically the one who encourages her to crash a Senior Year party that she wasn't even invited to and, consequently, cause her to start taking up drinking in order to look cool. What happens when Meg gets there? The worst that happens to her is that the party just glare at her and her friends, and they just go back to what they were doing. The party-goers become impressed after Meg effortlessly chugs down a bottle of booze, then two more and have said bottles land upright after throwing them and for once, she seems like she's genuinely enjoying herself. Hell, he even invites her into the Drunken Clam!

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* In the episode, ''Crimes and Meg's Demeanor'', is another rare instance of a {{Throw The Dog A Bone}} episode for Meg, starts off with Peter actually treating Meg like she's somebody. Hell, later on the episode, Peter even invites her into the Drunken Clam! At the start of the episode, he is basically the one who encourages her to crash a Senior Year party that she wasn't even invited to and, consequently, cause her to start taking up drinking in order to look cool. What happens when Meg gets there? The worst that happens to her is that the party just glare at her and her friends, and they just go back to what they were doing. The party-goers become impressed after Meg effortlessly chugs down a bottle of booze, then two more and have said bottles land upright after throwing them and for once, she seems like she's genuinely enjoying herself. Hell, he even invites her into the Drunken Clam!
3rd Dec '17 7:56:24 PM Joel32AK
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* In the episode, ''Crimes and Meg's Demeanor'', is another rare instance of a {{Throw The Dog A Bone}} episode for Meg, starts off with Peter actually treats Meg like she's somebody. At the start of the episode, he is basically the one who encourages her to crash a Senior Year party that she wasn't even invited to and, consequently, cause her to start taking up drinking in order to look cool. What happens when Meg gets there? The worst that happens to her is that the party just glare at her and her friends, and they just go back to what they were doing. The party-goers become impressed after Meg effortlessly chugs down a bottle of booze, then two more and have said bottles land upright after throwing them and for once, she seems like she's genuinely enjoying herself. Hell, he even invites her into the Drunken Clam!

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* In the episode, ''Crimes and Meg's Demeanor'', is another rare instance of a {{Throw The Dog A Bone}} episode for Meg, starts off with Peter actually treats treating Meg like she's somebody. At the start of the episode, he is basically the one who encourages her to crash a Senior Year party that she wasn't even invited to and, consequently, cause her to start taking up drinking in order to look cool. What happens when Meg gets there? The worst that happens to her is that the party just glare at her and her friends, and they just go back to what they were doing. The party-goers become impressed after Meg effortlessly chugs down a bottle of booze, then two more and have said bottles land upright after throwing them and for once, she seems like she's genuinely enjoying herself. Hell, he even invites her into the Drunken Clam!
3rd Dec '17 7:55:53 PM Joel32AK
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* In the episode, ''Crimes and Meg's Demeanor'', is another rare instance of a {{Throw The Dog A Bone}} episode for Meg, starts off with Peter actually treats like she's somebody. At the start of the episode, he is basically the one who encourages her to crash a Senior Year party that she wasn't even invited to and, consequently, cause her to start taking up drinking in order to look cool. What happens when Meg gets there? The worst that happens to her is that the party just glare at her and her friends, and they just go back to what they were doing. The party-goers become impressed after Meg effortlessly chugs down a bottle of booze, then two more and have said bottles land upright after throwing them and for once, she seems like she's genuinely enjoying herself. Hell, he even invites her into the Drunken Clam!

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* In the episode, ''Crimes and Meg's Demeanor'', is another rare instance of a {{Throw The Dog A Bone}} episode for Meg, starts off with Peter actually treats Meg like she's somebody. At the start of the episode, he is basically the one who encourages her to crash a Senior Year party that she wasn't even invited to and, consequently, cause her to start taking up drinking in order to look cool. What happens when Meg gets there? The worst that happens to her is that the party just glare at her and her friends, and they just go back to what they were doing. The party-goers become impressed after Meg effortlessly chugs down a bottle of booze, then two more and have said bottles land upright after throwing them and for once, she seems like she's genuinely enjoying herself. Hell, he even invites her into the Drunken Clam!
3rd Dec '17 7:55:17 PM Joel32AK
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* In the episode, ''Crimes and Meg's Demeanor'', is another rare instance of a {{ThrowTheDogABone}} episode for Meg, starts off with Peter actually treats like she's somebody. At the start of the episode, he is basically the one who encourages her to crash a Senior Year party that she wasn't even invited to [[spoiler:and, consequently, cause her to start taking up drinking in order to look cool]]. What happens when Meg gets there? The worst that happens to her is that the party just glare at her and her friends, and they just go back to what they were doing. The party-goers become impressed after Meg effortlessly chugs down a bottle of booze, then two more and have said bottles land upright after throwing them and for once, she seems like she's genuinely enjoying herself. Hell, he even invites her into the Drunken Clam!

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* In the episode, ''Crimes and Meg's Demeanor'', is another rare instance of a {{ThrowTheDogABone}} {{Throw The Dog A Bone}} episode for Meg, starts off with Peter actually treats like she's somebody. At the start of the episode, he is basically the one who encourages her to crash a Senior Year party that she wasn't even invited to [[spoiler:and, and, consequently, cause her to start taking up drinking in order to look cool]].cool. What happens when Meg gets there? The worst that happens to her is that the party just glare at her and her friends, and they just go back to what they were doing. The party-goers become impressed after Meg effortlessly chugs down a bottle of booze, then two more and have said bottles land upright after throwing them and for once, she seems like she's genuinely enjoying herself. Hell, he even invites her into the Drunken Clam!
3rd Dec '17 7:52:00 PM Joel32AK
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** Even Lois is concerned about Meg's newfound habit, and asks Peter to try and intervene. Despite the fact that he initially made the drinking problem for Meg much worse, given the kind of man Peter is. However, when she learns the hard way how nasty a hangover can be and that they're basically stranded in the middle of the ocean because of it, Peter has this to say to his daughter, probably one of the most sound pieces of advice he's ever given to her ''and'' confesses to her the reason he encouraged her to go to that party at the start as well as apologize:

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** Even Lois is concerned about Meg's newfound habit, and asks Peter to try and intervene. Despite the fact that he initially made the drinking problem for Meg much worse, given the kind of man Peter is. However, is, he manages to get her to knock it off when she learns the hard way how nasty a hangover can be and that they're basically stranded in the middle of the ocean because of it, Peter has this to say to his daughter, probably one of the most sound pieces of advice he's ever given to her ''and'' confesses to her the reason he encouraged her to go to that party at the start as well as apologize:
3rd Dec '17 7:50:25 PM Joel32AK
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** Even Lois is concerned about Meg's newfound habit, and asks Peter to try and intervene. Despite the fact that he initially made the drinking problem for Meg much worse, given the kind of man Peter is. However, when she learns the hard way how nasty a hangover can be, Peter has this to say to his daughter...

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** Even Lois is concerned about Meg's newfound habit, and asks Peter to try and intervene. Despite the fact that he initially made the drinking problem for Meg much worse, given the kind of man Peter is. However, when she learns the hard way how nasty a hangover can be, be and that they're basically stranded in the middle of the ocean because of it, Peter has this to say to his daughter...daughter, probably one of the most sound pieces of advice he's ever given to her ''and'' confesses to her the reason he encouraged her to go to that party at the start as well as apologize:
-->'''Peter:''' Look, don't worry, we're gonna be okay. ''This'' is why you shouldn't drink. Booze is nothing but trouble, and you don't need it! You got a good brain in your head.
-->'''Meg:''' Thanks, dad... and if ''this'' is what drinking makes you feel like, you don't have to worry about it. I am done with booze.
-->'''Peter:''' Aww, I'm glad to hear that, and I'm sorry I pushed it on you. I just... I just wanted to watch TV. I don't wanna see you waste opportunities 'cause you were out partying. That's what ''I'' did. You just worry about being you.
** Immediately after this talk, a helicopter comes to save them both after being stranded for God knows how long.
3rd Dec '17 7:42:10 PM Joel32AK
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** When Principal Shepherd is not in good shape from his divorce, Meg is the only one to show concern. All the other kids look on they're bored out of their minds.

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** When Principal Shepherd is not in good shape from his divorce, Meg is the only one to show concern. All the other kids look on they're bored out of their minds.minds.
* In the episode, ''Crimes and Meg's Demeanor'', is another rare instance of a {{ThrowTheDogABone}} episode for Meg, starts off with Peter actually treats like she's somebody. At the start of the episode, he is basically the one who encourages her to crash a Senior Year party that she wasn't even invited to [[spoiler:and, consequently, cause her to start taking up drinking in order to look cool]]. What happens when Meg gets there? The worst that happens to her is that the party just glare at her and her friends, and they just go back to what they were doing. The party-goers become impressed after Meg effortlessly chugs down a bottle of booze, then two more and have said bottles land upright after throwing them and for once, she seems like she's genuinely enjoying herself. Hell, he even invites her into the Drunken Clam!
** Even Lois is concerned about Meg's newfound habit, and asks Peter to try and intervene. Despite the fact that he initially made the drinking problem for Meg much worse, given the kind of man Peter is. However, when she learns the hard way how nasty a hangover can be, Peter has this to say to his daughter...
8th Oct '17 9:16:22 AM Wingnut
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** When Principal Shepherd is not in good shape from his divorce, Meg is the only one to show concern. All the other kids look on they'r bored out of their minds.

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** When Principal Shepherd is not in good shape from his divorce, Meg is the only one to show concern. All the other kids look on they'r they're bored out of their minds.
23rd Sep '17 12:01:11 PM Wingnut
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* In the Peter Principal, Peter started being abusive to the popular kids for one good reason: They were bullying Meg.

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* In the Peter Principal, Peter started being abusive to the popular kids for one good reason: They were bullying Meg.Meg.
** When Principal Shepherd is not in good shape from his divorce, Meg is the only one to show concern. All the other kids look on they'r bored out of their minds.
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