Memorable TV Moms
In honor of Mother’s Day we thought we would take the time to notice a few of our favorite TV mother’s. You know exactly who we are talking about,each of these special mothers knew how to make you laugh and their special niche that made them one of a kind! Check out our Top 5 TV Mom’s below! Now get ready to honor your mother this Mother’s Day!
1. Marion Cunningham:
Also known as Mrs.C from Happy Day’s was played by actress Marion Ross. Marion was the picture perfect mom! She had it all, she could cook, clean, give advice at the drop of a hat, and if company stopped by she was always ready and dressed to the nine! All in all she was the mom every kid wished they had!
2. Kitty Foreman:
Played by actress Debra Jo Rupp. Was the perfect 70’s mom in That 70’s Show. If there was a 70’s eraversion of Mrs. C she was it! She cooked, and cleaned, something most men loved. At the same time she was smart, she had her own job as a nurse, and raised both her children well. Kitty was great for a little advice for not only her children but her children’s friends. She was even a risk taker at times! Check out Kitty’s best moments below!
3. Jill Taylor:
Home Improvements Tim Taylor may have been “The Tool Man” but Jill was his better half, played by actress Patricia Richardson. She worked, cleaned, and took care of 4 boys… I mean come on Tim counts. She needed to keep him in line at times, but she always did it well. Jill really showed us how hard a mother’s job could be, the reality of it all and how parenting is a team effort. All in all what a mom!
4. Clair Huxtable:
Oh yes, a one of a kind woman! The mother of five on The Cosby Show, Clair Huxtable was played by actress Phylicia Rashad. Not only was she an amazing mother but she was a hard worker. Clair Huxtable was a full time attorney, which might have accounted for all the good moral advice she had. Not only was she a mother of five but she also had to put up with her husband, Cliff Huxtable, who was quite the hand full with his humor. She was able to do everything she needed to and was basically the leader of her house! She was a mother to respect and honor!
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5. June Cleaver:
As most of us remember Leave It To Beaver, June Cleaver would have to be the quintessential mother figure of that time, played by actress Barbara Billingsley. June set the standard in the 50’s for being the sweetest mother on the block, she made sure to keep Beaver (the star of the show, her son) in line, and always made sure he had a properly packed lunch! On top of being an amazing mother she was the picture perfect hostess, always ready for company and dressed to the nine!
contributed by Nicole Sabuda