Granny, also known as Grandma, is an elderly woman who first appears in the episode " Have You Seen This Snail?"
Granny wears a light purple nightgown with dark purple spots as well as dark purple shoes. Her hair is light blue and is in a bun and she wears golden-colored glasses. She has a light green skin tone.
She appears to be nice to regular citizens. However, to snails, she is obsessive.
Abilities and talents
SpongeBob's refusal to feed him, Gary runs away from home and is taken in by Granny after the latter mistakes him for her deceased pet snail, Miss Tufsy. Unbeknowst to Gary, she plans to fatten him up and eat him. Despite Granny acting kind towards him, Gary finds out that she has eaten other snails after opening her closet. As a result, Gary runs away back to Bikini Bottom for SpongeBob and Granny goes out to look for him, offering a plate of cookies, but she then sees a green snail that Gary pushes into the sidewalk for Miss Tufsy and takes him instead.
She appears in Downtown on the side of the road during the driving scene.
SpongeBob, Squidward, and Mrs. Puff avoid her, to which she shouts "Hooligans!"
She appears as the piano player for the
Bikini Bottom Men's Choir.
I can turn into a skyscraper!
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She was arrested for being too old by SpongeBob and Patrick, who were pretending to be
Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy.
She appears in a knitting circle with SpongeBob,
Sheldon J. Plankton (pretending to be SpongeBob's great grandma), Mable, and Miss Gristlepuss.
She can be seen walking in by the mall's food court.
Shower In A Can!
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Quotes "You feel much lighter than Grandma remembers."
"Grandma knows like your Mr. Heaty set to extra cozy when you're home relaxing."
"After this I'll make up some of those deviled eggs I promised."
"You make Grandma feel so young."
"Let's do the boogie-woogie!"
"That's enough of the boogie-woogie for now."
"How about a little music? Grandma's got a killer stereo system. [slow music plays]"
"This song reminds Grandma of my days as a riveter."
"It takes a little longer that way, but it was a labor of love."