History Recap / FamilyGuyS6E9PetersDaughter

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[[caption-width-right:350:Surprisingly, this is the worst thing he does in the entire episode.]]
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'''Original air date''': November 25, 2007

After flash floods hit Quahog, Meg is injured and Peter resolves to change the way he treats her from now on. Meg falls for a medical intern named Michael but Peter's overprotective nature drives him away. Meg discovers she's pregnant and Peter attempts to force Michael into a shotgun wedding. On the day of the wedding, Meg discovers she's not actually pregnant, Michael skips out and Meg is left once more alone.
Meanwhile Stewie and Brian decide to fix up a house together, only to wind up destroying it and killing an electrician.

!!This episode contains examples of:

* AccidentalMurder: Stewie ends up killing the electrician by blowing up the house with him still inside. Interestingly he tries to pin half the blame on Brian, who had no real hand in the murder.
* AesopAmnesia: Following this episode, Peter seemingly forgets entirely everything he learned in this one. If anything, he treats Meg worse.
* HollywoodDrowning: Averted with Meg, somewhat. She does drown very quickly and very quietly, not thrashing or calling for help. However, she is trapped completely under the water, with her shirt pinned to the refrigerator.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In this episode (and this episode alone) Peter graduates from [[Jerkass]] to this.
* KickTheDog: Although averted with Peter's treatment of Meg, everyone else still decides to get in a few good shots. These include Lois refusing to say she loves Meg (right before her wedding) and Stewie commenting on Meg's 'fat shoulders' (as she's walking down the aisle).
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Peter comes to this point after a flashback montage of terrible things he's done to Meg (including shooting her in the chest/shoulder with an actual gun). He resolves to treat her better. For the episode.
* ParentalNeglect: Averted with Peter, save for the opening scene. Lois is also fairly kind to Meg throughout, comforting her when she believes she's pregnant. Although she won't tell her own daughter that she loves her.
* PetTheDog: Majorly with Peter. He acknowledges how terribly he's treated Meg in the past and resolves to treat her better from now on - even if he does go overboard.
* StatusQuoIsGod: As with Family Guy, Peter seemingly learns nothing following this episode and gets worse in his cruelty towards Meg.
* ViciousVac: 'Doggy Hell' seems to consist of the Devil teasing dogs with a vacuum cleaner endlessly.
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