|“||Sorry, isn't good enough. You want to do something? Tell the truth. Your father is ruining lives. He deserves to sit behind bars for the rest of his miserable life.||”|
|— Mrs. Muggs to Veronica Lodge[src]|
Mrs. Muggs is the mother of Ethel Muggs and wife of Manfred Muggs. With her husband being hospitalized after his business deal with Hiram Lodge went bad, their family almost lost everything, including their house. Mrs. Muggs despises the Lodge Family and personally holds them accountable for what happened to her own family.
Early Life Edit
Little is known of Mrs. Muggs early life. She married Manfred Muggs and had a child, that they named Ethel.
Throughout the SeriesEdit
Grievances of A Near LostEdit
Following her husband's suicide attempt, in which he swallowed an entire bottle of sleeping pills, Mrs. Muggs and Ethel joined him at the hospital, where they were visited by two of Ethel's classmates, Betty and Veronica. They came to leave flowers for the family, but before they left, Veronica revealed to Mrs. Muggs that her last name was Lodge, as in the daughter of Hiram Lodge, the man responsible for all their recent troubles that had led to her husband's suicide attempt. Veronica apologized for her father's actions, and wished that she could do something more, but that was not good enough for Mrs. Muggs, she wanted justice. She wanted Veronica to tell the truth about her father at his trial. He was ruining lives and deserved to spend the rest of his life in prison.
All that can be said of Mrs. Muggs in the moment is that she is a beautiful woman with long brown hair, blue eyes, and light skin.
While very little is known of Mrs. Muggs, she appears to be a loving mother and wife, who cares deeply about her family. She's also protective of them, shielding Ethel from Veronica after learning that she was the daughter of Hiram Lodge.
- See also: Category:Images of Mrs. Muggs