|Profession||Mega-tycoon owner of Mom's Friendly Robot Company|
|Relatives||Son(s): Walt, Larry, and Igner|
|First appearance||"A Fishful of Dollars"|
|Voiced by||Tress MacNeille|
|“||Jam a bastard in it, you crap!||”|
Carol, better known as Mom, is the evil chief executive officer and shareholder of 99.7% of Momcorp, one of the largest industrial conglomerates in the universe and the source of most of Earth's robots. She is also one of the main antagonists of the Futurama series.
As one of the richest people on Earth, she maintains her public image as a sweet, matronly figure through the use of things such as a fat-suit, a heart-shaped hairdo and putting on a façade which casts her as the friendly mother of all robots but she is in fact emaciated, arrogant, foul-mouthed, greedy, evil, and malevolent.
Mom is not above using criminal or borderlinе criminal methods to accumulate greater profits. She has been known or suspected of using brutal business practices and covert action to eliminate threats from other companies or to keep potential products from the market. She is also obsessed with taking down Planet Express and therefore create a monopoly out of it.
All robots produced by MomCorp have been equipped with a device that allows Mom to force them to do her bidding, although she appears to have used this only once on Mother's Day in 3003. She receives yearly Mother's Day gifts and cards from the robots, which she turns into hocus-pocus cures for cancer and orphanage-grade toilet paper respectively.
Mom was briefly married to Ogden Wernstrom, with whom it is possible she had two children, Walt and Larry. She then became romantically involved with Hubert J. Farnsworth while he was an employee at MomCorp and had an illicit affair with him. They separated after she turned his invention Q.T. McWhiskers into a weapon of war, but not before she became pregnant with her third son Igner (although neither Farnsworth nor Igner were aware of this until the events of Bender's Game).
At several points Mom has temporarily gotten back together with Professors Farnsworth and Wernstrom.
- "A Fishful of Dollars"
- "Mother's Day"
- "Future Stock"
- "Crimes of the Hot"
- "Obsoletely Fabulous"
- "Three Hundred Big Boys"
- "Attack of the Killer App""
- "Lethal Inspection"
- "The Tip of the Zoidberg"
- "A Farewell to Arms"
- "Leela and the Genestalk"