Starring Vicki Lawrence as Thelma "Mama" Harper and spun off from 'The Carol Burnett Show,' 'Mama's Family' revolves around the wacky misadventures of the Harper family. Always at the center of the trouble and confusion is the dysfunctional family's matriarch, Mama—a quick-tempered, sharp-tongued 65-year-old widow. Despite her abrasive and wisecracking ways, Mama's warm heart is evident in her dealings with eccentric family members, who are often in need of a roof over their heads or simply a little tough love.
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Hear Mama sing lyrics over the 'Mama's Family' theme that Vicki Lawrence penned herself! Watch 'Mama's Family' weeknights at 6PM | 5C.
Welcome to Raytown, population of… aw, shucks, a whole mess of interesting people. Thelma Harper and her wild extended family have been a part of television for decades, from the Harpers' first appearance in "The Family" skits on Carol Burnett in the 1970s to their long-running '80s sitcom, Mama's Family . Over the years, plenty of friends and family members came and went. Mama's Family featured an ace comedic cast of Vicki Lawrence, Ken Berry, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and, sometimes, Burnett herself. Let's see how well you remember the Harpers and their neighbors!
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