Meg has an obsession with a boy at her school, Kent Lastname. She writes about him in her diary, and finally gets the nerve to call him up. They go out on a date, where he seems uninterested in Meg. At the end of the night, she goes in to kiss him, but he backs away, sayin g that he's gay, and he only was hanging out with Meg to get closer to Chris, who he's really infatuated with.
Meg wants to get Chris and Kent together and hear the details of their encounter so that she can experience the feeling of being with Kent, at least vicariously. However, Chris is uninterested in Kent. So Meg hatches a plot to drug Chris and get Kent to show up in his room late at night, under the auspices that Chris prefers to be asleep when with other guys. However, Chris reminds Meg of a good moment together from their childhood, and Meg decides to not go through with the plan. However, Kent still shows up at night, and Meg's perfidy is revealed.
Stewie: Ah, look at this, she's taped photographs of Virginia Woolf and Katy Perry on the inside cover, as if she's some sort of hip hybrid of those two things.
Brian: Yeah, like she could ever write "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
Stewie: "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" was not written by Virginia Woolf.
Brian: Yeah, obviously, but y'know, it's pretty much about her.
Stewie: It really isn't, Brian.
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There he is, the reason my bedpost is so shiny!Meg
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