Rank Your Favorite TV Moms of All Time Before Dinners Ready

Gilmore Girls via Warner Bros. Television

TV moms are what make us sit through some of these ridiculous TV shows. We do have to admit that the moms are what hold the show together sometimes. How could these big crazy families survive without their stable matriarchs?

We even wonder how these TV moms keep up with so much drama! Someone's kids or husbands are always misbehaving, and it's the moms that have to put up with it.

We absolutely love our TV moms, we even made a list of some of our favorites! Go ahead and look at the list and rank your personal top picks.

Carol Brady

The Brady Bunch via Paramount Television

The Brady Bunch's Carol Brady (Florence Henderson) is practically the backbone of this big, crazy family!

Lorelai Gilmore

Gilmore Girls via The WB

Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) is a single mother of a teenage daughter, with a strained relationship with her own parents.

Marge Simpson

The Simpsons via Gracie Films

This animated character lives up to be an American favorite in the hit comedy series, The Simpsons.

Kitty Forman

That '70s Show via Carsey-Werner Productions

Kitty Forman (Debra Jo Rupp) is the hilarious matriarch in That '70s Show.

Lois Griffin

Family Guy via Fox

Lois Griffin (voiced by Alex Borstein) is another one of America's favorite animated mothers. Lois really sees it all, but she always holds it together!

Vivian Banks

Warner Bros. Studios

Forget being a mother of three, Vivian Banks (Jane Hubert) has enough on her hands having Will Smith as a nephew!

Morticia Addams

Paramount Pictures

Morticia Addams (Carolyn Jones) isn't just your average TV mom, her pale skin and long black hair is literally iconic.

Clair Huxtable

The Cosby Show via Carsey-Werner Productions

Clair Huxtable (Phylicia Rashad) is the mother of five children on the American sitcom, The Cosby Show.

Wilma Flinstone

The Flintstones via ABC

This fictional character is the red-headed wife and mother in The Flinstones.

Reba

Reba via Acme Productions

Reba (Reba McEntire) is left to raise her children on her own when her husband leaves her for a younger woman.