Family Guy Easter Egg - Peter's, Stewie's and Brian's Wife?

In the Family Guy episode "Fifteen Minutes of Shame", Meg has her friends over to her house for a slumber party. There is a girl who is at the party with short, blond, hair, and a blue hair clip. She is the animated version of Steve Callaghan's (writer and producer for Family Guy) wife.

She is seen several times in the episode, first when she is with the entire group of girls while talking about boys, and a second time when she wakes up in the middle of the night to find Chris standing over her looking at her.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 08-16-2004
Reviewed By: Boneho Chane, ConCor
Special Requirements: Cable TV, knowledge of Seth Macfarlane, eyes
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WhiteKenny writes:
just to get the whole who does which voices thing settled... http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0182576/ Seth MacFarlane .... Peter Griffin/Brian Griffin/Stewie Griffin/Glen Quagmire/Tom Tucker/Additional Voices (voice) Seth Green .... Chris Griffin/Neil Goldman/Additional Voices (voice)
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brownies writes:
Actually it's Steve's wife, one of the writers that the character was drawn for.
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The Dude writes:
Actually, Seth Mcfarlane does do the voice of Stewie, in addition to Quagmire, Brian, Peter, and Tom Tucker. If you watch some of the interviews with him on the dvd sets you can see him doing the voice of stewie. But Seth Green does do the voice of Chris.
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They told me I didn't qualify for an eegg but I noticed something last night when I was watching this. On one episode it shows Brian watching Stewie jump on the bed with a round head. His head hits the ceiling and becomes the football shape it is now. Last nights episode showed Stewie being born. He came out with a football shaped head. Just thought it was funny.
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brownies writes:
And Seth Green DOES NOT do Stewie's voice, sorry kid. It is indeed Seth Macfarlane, I have seen him do it many times. Although Seth Green does many voices as well as Seth MacFarlane, it is for sure SM that does Stewie's voice.
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Deccardcayne writes:
Nailz, you are completely wrong. I am a Family Guy buff. Seth Macfarlane does do the voice of Stewie, and if you don't believe me I have proof buddy. Family Guy volume 2, disk 3. In the specail fetures, go to the featurette "Uncensored" and the time of five minutes and 13 seconds, it shows Seth Macfarlane doing the voice of Stewie. He is saying "Go F**K yourself." So, I guess you have been put in your place buddy. :) (Hope there's no hard feelings.)
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nh_chick writes:
Hey I went to the offcial website (located at the first comment above) and I found that Seth Green does the voices of Chris Griffith and Neil Goldman (besides other voices). So stop saying that he does the voice of Stewie. I mean, come on....do you really thing that stewie sound even a little like Seth Green...(not that Chris Griffith does either)lol
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Philly Guy writes:
Responding to an earlier post, Meg was never voiced by Seth's wife. Prior to Mila Kunis, Meg was voiced by Lacey Chabert from Party of Five. Where do you guys get your information anyway? Just guessing? Making it up? The voices in your head? Aliens? All this info is readily available on the internet (from reputable sources like imdb and/or fox.com, NOT from fan sites). Just take some time and look it up before posting an ignorant, incorrect post. Jackasses.
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Nessy writes:
Where's this whole Seth Green argument coming from? Who ever said he did the voice of Stewie? I don't see the post.
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where are you getting this, Macfarlane does the voice of stewie, always has, he even did it when he was on cona o'brian (migh have been leno) but you get the point, Seth M. does stewie
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vasglorious writes:
The blond girl is named, Beth. Beth appears in a couple more episodes after "Fifteen Minutes of Shame", there was Blind Ambition, Petard-ed, Jungle Love, Barely Legal, Peter's Two Dads, and Peter's Daughter. But Beth wasn't in "Don't Make Me Over".
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Deccardcayne writes:
Nailz, we are all going to ignore you now. your completely wrong. just stop talking. obviously, you are just saying dumb things to make other people respond to you.
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j-man writes:
Who cares who is doing the voices,just watch the show,also I think you all are complete idiots.
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Pheonix writes:
That isn't helpfull with the title.
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Nessy writes:
oh! I see now. ^_^
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sweet writes:
Okay, I will end the debate. Seth MacFarlane voices Stewie, Brian, Peter, Tom Tucker, and most of the other "extra" characters. Seth Green voices Chris Griffin, Neil Goldman (who is named after one of the producers), and various other side characters. As for Quagmire and Cleveland, they are both voiced by Gary Cole (Office Space), who does a few other characters. Joe is the voice of Peter Warburton, and Meg, who was voiced by Seth M.'s wife until the third season, is now voiced by Mila Kunis (That 70's show). Other cast members include Phil Lamarr, Nicole Sullivan, and occasionally, Orlando Jones from Mad TV...Orlando joined the cast for the fourth season, now on air and in production. Nuff said.
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Nailz writes:
Seth McFarlane only does the voices of Peter and Brian. Seth Green (Austin powers) does the voices of Stewie, and Chris, as well as a few others, usually a potsmoker teen or something. Brian's voice is actually the real voice of Seth McFarlane!
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