Megan "Meg" Griffin is a character from the animated television series Family Guy, voiced by Mila Kunis. She is the eldest child of the Griffin family. Meg is the black sheep of the Griffin family, receives the least of her family's attention and bears the brunt of their abuse. Meg is a self-conscious teenage girl. Her insecurities cause her desperately to try to be part of the cool crowd, but this only results in her getting coldly rebuffed by Connie D'Amico, the popular, attractive, and egotistical head cheerleader of her school.
However, another student named Neil Goldman is attracted to her. She is also usually at the bottom of the family's pecking order and the butt of Peter's jokes due to her perceived homeliness, tendency toward social awkwardness, and unpopularity. Everyone in her family makes fun of her: Peter and Chris resort to outrageous stunts and names; Stewie and Brian employ subtle but effective jokes; Lois constantly puts Meg down while boosting her own egotistical image. On one occasion, the whole family even goes as far as to read her diary and make fun of all her deepest secrets. However, on some occasions the family's true love for her has been proven. She has been so self-conscious and insecure about herself that she has engaged in dangerous sexual behavior just for attention. She is also prone to violent releases of her repressed rage, as shown in "Road to Rupert", when she assaults a man who insulted her after a fender-bender. Many of the show's story lines focusing on Meg involve her trying to struggle to fit in better with other more popular teenagers, trying to find a boyfriend, and reaching breaking points with her family, as well as other bullies.