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|Family||*Laverne Frensky (daughter)|
|Cartoon debut||Arthur's Perfect Christmas|
|Voiced by||Joan Rivers (s12, s15)|
Ellen David (APC)
In "The Great MacGrady," it was revealed that her husband died of cancer. She is one of two guest stars that have returned with speaking roles, with Lance Armstrong being the only other guest star.
Laverne and Bubby have a good relationship, as they are mother and daughter. Bubby at times picks on her daughter (along with her son-in-law), saying that she hardly feeds Francine and Catherine, as well as when she says that their apartment is not clean.
Francine and Bubby get along well too, and Francine seems to be the person with the most interaction with Bubby. The two do many things together.
Not much interaction is seen between Oliver and Bubby, but it can be (deeply) assumed that she loves him a lot.
When Bubby arrived for Yom Kippur, she energetically embraced both Francine and Catherine and called then her "favorite grandchildren". She then told Catherine that, although she was turning into "such a beauty" that, "...blue really isn't your color, darling..."
- 70201 Francine's Split Decision
- 110801 Francine's Pilfered Paper
- 120101 Is That Kosher?
- 150401 Cents-less (Mentioned)
- 150601 Grandpa Dave's Memory Album
- Francine's Tough Day (Mentioned only)
"Bubbe" is a word originating from Yiddish which means "grandmother." Since there is more than one way to spell the word in English, official PBS sources have variously used Bubby Bubbe, and Bubba. On this wiki, "Bubby" is preferred because it is the spelling used in actual dialogue in "Is That Kosher?" In "Francine's Tough Day," Francine refers to Bubby as "my bubbe."