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Love Never Dies (musical) - Characters and Original Cast
... escaped to America with the help of Madame Giry and Meg ... able to buy a sideshow and ultimately build Phantasma after Madame Giry and Meg worked night and day to raise the money ... Christine after realizing that The Phantom favors Christine over Meg even after everything she did to help him ...
Supernatural (season 1) - Production - Writing
... This episode introduces the demon Meg Masters, which executive producer Kim Manners felt was "desperately needed" ... uncertain at exactly what direction to take the character, the writers intended Meg to be an antagonist for the Winchesters throughout her story arc ... pleased the writers of "Salvation" because it not only gave the brothers a way to fight Meg, but also provided a reason for her to kill the Winchesters' friends ...
List Of Minor Emmerdale Farm Characters (1978) - Meg Armstrong
... Meg Armstrong Emmerdale character Portrayed by Ursula Camm Ruth Holden Introduced by Michael Glynn Duration 1978–93 First appearance 1978 Last appearance 4 February 1993 ... Meg, the wife of Seth, appears on and off in the programme ...
Castiel (Supernatural) - Plot - On The Run From Heaven
... Castiel tortures the demon who tells them where to find Meg, but kills her before she can reveal the truth to Sam and Dean ... Castiel heads off alone and rescues Meg who explains what the demons really want ... After learning where the correct crypt is, Castiel bandages Meg's wounds and she flirts with him about the time they kissed and subtly tells him she wants to have sex with him, which he initially doesn't get ...
Love Never Dies (musical) - Musical Numbers - Copenhagen
... Fleck, Gangle Ensemble "Bare For Dig" (Only For You) – Meg Giry, Ensemble "?" (Ten Long Years) – Meg and Madame Giry "At The Harbour" (Christine ...

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