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Mila Kunis on Meg Griffin's Most Obscene 'Family Guy' Moments

The actress looks back at 15 years of fart jokes and ends the Cool Whip pronunciation debate

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Self-conscious Meg, the black sheep of the Griffin tribe, struggles throughout the series with pimples and social anxiety — just your typical teenage headaches, on display here. But in this animated world of the absurd, does that make her the series' most relatable character? "I'd say so," says Kunis. "Years ago, [creator] Seth MacFarlane compared her to cousin Johann on The Munsters. People saw him as the freak, but really he was the most normal one of all. And I think it's the same way with Meg."

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