Share On Facebook Tweet Share Email Share Share Pin It Share Comment Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy consistently pushes the comedic envelope in TV programming with little regard for decorum. The exploits of the Griffin family have dazzled, delighted, and even disgusted audiences for the better part of two decades. They’re basically a modern-day blend of The Flintstones (1960-1966) and The Jetsons (1962-1963), with just a dash of the original Looney Tunes (1929-1969) thrown in for good measure.
I feel your pain on the leakage issue. I had three leaks in one morning a few days ago after suffering from a leak every day leading up to it. I am now pretty nervous about going out, but just have to plan for the worst and hope for the best. My ostomy is quite noisy, but I just hold my stomach and blame it on being hungry. The diet thing drives me crazy. I don’t know how you manage it, but it sounds like you are working on it. Great job! You have way more experience with an ileostomy than I do. I just try to piece together tips and go through trial and error. How is your skin doing with the leaks?
In other episodes she is portrayed as chronically incapable of finding a boyfriend. For her Junior Prom she accepts a pity date from Brian, the family dog in " Barely Legal ". Brian ends up making out with her at this party, but only because he was highly inebriated, and most likely high, as Lois slipped a bit of weed into is jacket pocket. Meg then becomes infatuated with Brian, going so far as to abduct him in order to have sex with him after he rejects her, but she does not seem to be interested in Brian after this episode. To make up for the lack of boyfriends she made one up, in " Bill and Peter's Bogus Journey ".