|Planet of origin||Earth|
|Profession||Formerly; drain angel|
|Relatives||See family section|
|First appearance||"The Mutants Are Revolting" (6ACV12)|
|Voiced by||Tress MacNeille|
Leela's grandmother is an unnamed, elderly mutant human who lived most of her life in the sewers before the mutant rights revolution of 3010.
She has 4 tentacles, one regular arm and 3 eyes, and originally had the same purple hair colour as her daughter, granddaughter and mother, but greyed with age.
According to Turanga Munda, she is "nuts".
Leela's grandmother was born sometime in the early 2900s or late 2890s. When she was a little girl, she labored in less than ideal conditions aboard the Land Titanic as a drain angel, and almost died with it when it sank. She and her mother were saved by Mr. Astor, who offered them his seat in a Life Car.
- Turanga Leela, granddaughter.
- Leela's great-grandmother, mother.
- Turanga Munda, daughter.
- Turanga Morris, son-in-law.
- She seemed to get well along with the Professor at the end of "The Mutants Are Revolting".
Leela's grandmother: I was just a young girl, drain angels they called us. When the ship started going down, my mother grabbed me and made for the nearest Life Car. But the places were all taken by surface passangers. As my mother held me tight, I suddenly felt the gentle tap of a cane on my face. I turned to see the kindly smile of Mr. Astor. Thanks to your husband's humanity, I lived to raise my own daughter, and she, a daughter in turn.
Turanga Leela: Mom, you never told me about this.
Turanga Munda: Are you kidding? My mother's nuts.