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"Stacy's mom has got it goin' on
She's all I want and I've waited for so long
Stacy, can't you see you're just not the girl for me?
I know it might be wrong, but I'm in love with Stacy's mom"

In media where the protagonists are somewhere between pre-teens and twenty-somethings, there's usually at least one character older than the other protagonists. This character is often the Team Mom, The Mentor, etc. Sometimes, in addition to just being attractive and wise in general, an older character attracts the romantic attention of one or even most of the younger characters. Even the ones who don't have a crush will admit the character in question is one of the most attractive people that age they've seen.

In general, Stacy's Mom will not return the boy's affections and may not even notice them. However, upgrades occur occasionally.

Also known as a MILF, or "Mom I'd Like to Fuck", or, in Britain, as a 'Yummy Mummy'. However, men (DILFs) can also play the Stacy's Mom role, as it's possible for adolescents (male or female) to be attracted to older men.


This is a character who meets the following requirements:

  • Another character, who is a same-age friend as one of their own children, or young enough to be their biological child, has a crush on them, fantasizes about the older character, etc.
  • Same-age peers of the character with the crush agree that the recipient of the crush is indeed "hot."
  • The crush remains unrequited either permanently or for a significant period of time. If the two get together towards the beginning of the story, then that's Mrs. Robinson.

Note that it does not count if the person with the crush is:

  • Not that much younger. Normally, the character with the crush should be at least ~15 years younger than the object of said crush.
  • Exceptional in their attraction to the character in question. The crush should be something that in-universe peers would find very understandable.
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  • A fan of the series. It must be an in-universe crush.

May overlap with Even the Girls Want Her/Even the Guys Want Him and Hollywood Homely.

Compare Hot for Teacher and Mrs. Robinson, in which the attraction is mutual. Compare Likes Older Women, where a character deliberately pursues an older Love Interest. Also compare Silver Fox. May result in a May–December Romance. If the interest is mutual, it may result in I Banged Your Mom.

Contrast Christmas Cake, a Japanese trope where an older character struggles with relationships.

In-Universe Examples Only:

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    Anime & Manga 
  • Don't Meddle with My Daughter!: Athena's so hot, that suffering years of constant sexual harassment forced her to retire from being a superhero. Now she's a single mom with a 17-year-old daughter and has been acknowledged as a MILF.
    • Proven when the teen supervillain, Point Blank (also 17), screwed Athena both times he was given the chancenote , despite declaring himself her sworn enemy.
    • The epilogue doujinshi chapters reveal that it's the reason Clara gets upset over her mom's habit of sleeping around... because Athena's been giving it up to everyone, except her. Clara finally gets the chance to vent her frustrations in "The Amazing Eighth Wonder", where she gets possessed by a phallic alien parasite. She uses it as a strap-on to gangbang her mom 'til both of them collapse in exhaustion.
  • Food Wars! has Alice's mom, who is described by her own daughter as a cougar. When she appears to judge the final between Souma, Kurokiba, and Hayama, most of the students are dazzled by her hotness. She does state to see the three finalists as attractive young men, but she is also shown to be Happily Married.
  • Kunio's mother in Great Teacher Onizuka. Once, Kunio and his buddies come home to see his mom asleep on the couch and wearing very little clothes.
  • In Haré+Guu, Weda, a 24-year-old Jungle Princess Hard-Drinking Party Girl type with a 12-year-old son is extremely popular among both the men and teenage boys. In episode 12, there's even a contest held over who gets to spend the day with her (with one of the contestants being her annoyed and overprotective son)!
  • Played for laughs in High School D×D. When Issei travels to Rias' home and meets a brunette copy of her, he instantly assumes Rias has a beautiful sister she never mentioned. Rias calmly tells Issei to stop perving on her mother. (To Issei's credit, he's nothing but respectful after the revelation.) Grayfia - Rias's sister-in-law, Sirzechs's wife and mother of Milicas - and Yasaka - Kunou's mother - fill this role too.
  • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure:
    • Kakyoin's reason for joining the heroes in the fight to save Jotaro's mom in Jo Jos Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders basically boils down to having a big ol' crush on her.
    • In Jo Jos Bizarre Adventure Diamond Is Unbreakable, Tomoko is an example of this, with Okuyasu straight out telling Josuke that she is hot.
    • A dark example is Kaato Higashikata in Jo Jos Bizarre Adventure Jojolion. A classmate of her son Jobin found her attractive and bullied Jobin into stealing her undergarments and taking photos of her in the shower. When Jobin mortally injured the bully in self-defence, Kaato took care of the issue by transferring Jobin's curse to the other boy and burying him underground. When the bully’s corpse was discovered years later, Kaato’s DNA was found on him and she was arrested for murder.
  • The premise of the romance manga Kimi no Okasan o Boku Ni Kudasai!note  is a twentysomething freeter falling in love with a single mom in her thirties. She rejects him at first, but they grow closer after he starts taking care of his niece, who's the same age as her son and becomes friends with him, and acting like a surrogate father to her son.
  • Misato from Mazinger Z, cousin of secondary character Boss and copter pilot. She is in her early twenties and all male teens (including The Hero Kouji) other than her cousin are infatuated with her. She also showed up in one of the manga versions of Great Mazinger, and Tetsuya also felt attracted to her.
  • Misato Katsuragi in Neon Genesis Evangelion definitely applies, considering she is Shinji and Asuka's legal guardian and how Kensuke and Touji react to the sight of her.
  • In The Prince of Tennis, Kawamura's friends mistook him for someone who Likes Older Women when they saw him talking with Akutsu's mother, Yuuki. Kawamura is 14 and Yuuki is 33 at the time.
  • In Rosario + Vampire, the finale reveals that Outer Moka was really a copy of Akasha Bloodriver, Moka's mother. That means that Tsukune was in love with Moka's mother the whole time. And the fact that she was in love with him, too, didn't make it better.
  • In episode 25 of Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream, Patitchi sees Mametchi looking at Cafe Mama through a window and later hears him mentioning his love for her, causing her to believe he has a crush on Cafe Mama. These suspicions are dismissed later on in the episode, however (Mametchi was working on a birthday gift for Cafe Mama, and the declarations of love were him voicing a robot he was making of her husband Papapianitchi).
  • It's mentioned in the Tenchi Muyo! novels that Prince Yosho had a brief infatuation with his father's second wife Misaki when he was a young man. Exactly how reciprocated his feelings were on Misaki's part isn't known (as Misaki is a bit of a Cloudcuckoo Lander in the first place and apparently saw nothing wrong with it) and while nothing inappropriate ever actually occurred, her husband and mother emphatically did not think it was okay and sent Yosho away to the Galaxy Police Academy to nip it in the bud before a scandal could occur.
  • The manga You Like Me, Not My Daughter?! is about a college student who is in love with his friend's 30-year-old single momnote , and has been since he was a kid.

    Comic Books 
  • Sunny has a Stacy's Sister in Monica's Gang.
  • Robin: Bernard Dowd informs Tim that his step-mom is hot. Tim quickly informs him that he really doesn't want to hear such things about Dana.
  • A one-shot She-Hulk character is a man who got superpowers and — since he's not interested in becoming either a hero or a villain — sees them a nuisance in day-to-day life. One of the problems is that he got the standard superhero physique and his teenage daughter's friends fawn on him — which is incredibly awkward.
  • Spider-Man:
    • If the Sins Past storyline is to be believed, Norman Osborn was this to Gwen Stacy. Fits with Love Father, Love Son, as she also dated Harry Osborn for a time.
    • Norman had an affair with his son's fiancee Lily Hollister as well (After she had turned into the Goblinesque Menace), and for a time was believed to be the father of her child (later plot twists established Harry as the real father). Norman is not a very nice person.

    Fan Fic 
  • In Amazing Fantasy, one of the first things Izuku notices after meeting Mitsuki Bakugou for the first time in years is how beautiful she is.
  • In Animorphs Redux, when Marco first sees Loren, he initially asks "Who's the babe?" before Tobias clarifies that the 'babe' in question is his mother, which prompts Marco to sit down in shock.
  • Child of the Storm has quite a few of these, of both genders, since the main character (Harry) and his peers are in their early to mid teens. Examples include Pepper to Harry (and Ron), Sean Cassidy (to Hermione and a significant number of other students), Jane (to Ron. Harry's not remotely attracted to her, to everyone's relief), Rhodey (to Carol), Clint (to Carol), Natasha (to everyone) and Wanda (to most heterosexual male characters, and initially Harry to an extent, which is a bit awkward, since she's his godmother). Others, like Darcy, Betsy and Warren are only about ten years older than the main characters, so don't quite count.
  • In "Cobalt," a chapter of Christine Morgan's "The Guardians" spinoff of her Gargoyles fanfics, original character Amber, daughter of Elisa and Goliath, time-travels to 60-something years before the night the Gargs were petrified...and ends up making googly eyes at Young!Hudson, whom she considers a grandfather in the present. She even catches herself and tries to stop...but then he flexes a bicep.
  • Rare gay example in this Glee AU. Blaine is Sugar's dad, and Kurt and Sugar are friends. All of Sugar's friends, including Kurt, agree that her dad is really cute, and eventually Kurt and Blaine start a relationship. This is actually a borderline case, however; since Sugar was born when Blaine was still in high school and Kurt is several years older than Sugar, the age difference between Blaine and Kurt is only about 14 years.
  • Sasuke has had a Precocious Crush on Naruto's mother Kushina ever since he had met her in Sasuke's Dillema, and planned on making her "his woman" after becoming a Genin. Unfortunately for Sasuke, he accidentally found out that Kushina is in an incestuous relationship with her son, promptly Going Mad From The Revelation.
  • Us and Them: In "Aeris & Sephiroth, the Early Years", while living in Corel, Seph overhears the neighborhood boys referring to Ifalna, his adoptive mother, as a MILF. One of them even goes so far as to try to flirt with her right in front of him. With her husband present, no less.
  • In the NSFW RWBY fanfic Love Hurts, one chapter has the famous "thirsty moms" show up. Jaune has to dodge half a dozen amorous and attractive mothers, including two who are waiting naked in his room. The whole thing makes him very uncomfortable, and at one point he jumps out of an airship to avoid one. In the end, his teammate Weiss wins—because she's the only one who said "please."

  • Much discussion about Rabbit's mom in 8 Mile. Played by Kim Basinger.
  • Gender Flip in a movie called something along the lines of "Thirteen," which mostly describes the lives of 13-year-old kids. The only girl there falls in love with an adult man, which casually rejects her as is "customary." The movie takes a level in creepy when the girl dresses up... erotically and prepares a candle-light dinner for him. While rejecting this too (and if not mistaken, getting caught in that situation by her mom, who casually attributes the scene to the girl's hormones), the weirdness factor rises with the man's own peculiarities.
  • Subverted in 17 Again, as the main character is actually the husband of the Stacy's Mom, and only looks like he's a teenager.
  • Hoshino's mother in All About Lily Chou-Chou. When the teenage protagonists discuss her and the fact that she's old enough to be their friend's mother, their consensus is the immortal line, "Who cares, pretty is pretty."
  • Kevin Spacey in American Beauty from the perspective of Mena Suvari's character.
  • Stifler's Mom from American Pie. She is the reason everybody knows what "MILF" means. She is certainly the Trope Codifier for the acronym.
  • Bill & Ted
  • The 90's comedy Blank Check has a 13-year-old protagonist who is in love with a female, adult bankernote . He even sets up a romantic dinner with her. At the end of the movie, he asks her to wait for him until he's 16. She laughs it off as a crush but then the Squick-factor sets in when she negotiates that she will wait until he's 18... and then she kisses him on the lips.
  • Class (1983) is a 1983 romantic comedy about a prep school student who has an affair with his dorm mate's mother. Said mother is played by Jacqueline Bisset.
  • Eight Legged Freaks: Bret's friends make a bunch of lewd jokes about Sheriff Samantha Parker (who is also his girlfriend's Ashley's mother) behind her back after she pulls them over and fines them for speeding.
  • The hero of Enter the Void and the mother of his friend Victor have an affair. When Victor finds out, the movie takes a bad turn.
  • Played with in Freaky Friday (2003). After the teenage Anna and her mother Tess switch bodies, Anna's crush Jake spends time with Anna in Tess's body and develops a crush on "Tess", who is about to re-marry, while falling out with "Anna". The real Tess does not have romantic feelings for him.
  • The Graduate is easily a candidate for this one, given the memetic line that sprang forth from it.
  • In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Indy's father has an affair with Dr. Elsa Schneider, who is younger than Indy.
    Indy: You're old enough to be her—her grandfather!
    Henry: (Shrugs) I'm as human as the next man.
    Indy: I was the next man.
  • The 1980s film Perfect Lessions involved a relationship between a high school teenager and a 30-ish woman.
  • Simon Birch: The titular character remarks to Joe that his mother has "The best breasts out of all of the mothers."
  • Dorothy from Summer of '42. Teenage Hermie and both of his teen buddies gawk at her.
  • In Superbad, Seth is attracted to Evan's mother.

  • Woody Allen wrote a story called "Retribution" where the main character falls for his girlfriend's mother. (Ironically, his girlfriend had warned him about her sister, who he was indifferent to.) He ends up spending so much time with her that his girlfriend gets turned off since he's almost like a brother. When he gets married to her mom, though, she finds him attractive again and jumps him at the ceremony.
  • Joe lusts after his friend Sammy's mother Lucy throughout his teenage years in The Book of Joe. They sleep together when he returns to town as an adult.
  • Early in The Catcher in the Rye, Holden meets the mother of a former classmate on a train. He finds her attractive.
  • In the Doctor Who Eighth Doctor Adventures book Father Time, the Doctor's adopted daughter (actually implied to be his Kid from the Future, but you'd probably guess that based on the repeated references to the fact she's basically a younger, blond, female copy of him) has a friend who squicks her with constant comments about the Doctor being "gorgeous" and "hunky". The fact he's wealthy and brings them homemade lemonade probably doesn't hurt.
  • In The Dresden Files, Molly has a long-standing crush on her father's friend and eventual teacher Harry Dresden. Her mother Charity even lampshades that while Harry is of comparable age to Molly's own father, he's the Badass Teacher who is essentially the wizard version of The Cowl with a penchant for burning down buildings (it's not his fault). This contrasts strongly with Molly's father Michael enough to interest her but the fact that deep down both are good and decent men keeps her interest going.
  • Steve calls Park's mom hot in Eleanor & Park, much to his disgust.
  • In Infinite Jest, the attractiveness of Hal's mother and headmaster of the Enfield Tennis Academy, Avril Incandenza, is frequently mentioned, along with her truly enormous number of affairs. She even hooks up with one of the students, prompting the soon-widely-disseminated joke stating that their relationship "proves 17 can go into 56 more than 3.294 times."
  • Biff spends a good amount of time making passes at Joshua's mom in Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal — That would be Mary, the mother of Christ to those not in the know.
  • A Prayer for Owen Meany: The titular character remarks that Johnny's mother has "The best breasts out of all of the mothers."
  • In This Is Not a Werewolf Story, Vincent's mom is an attractive Biker Babe whom the narrator, Raul, usually refers to as "Pretty Lady."
  • Star Wars Legends, being what it is, invokes this a lot:

    Live-Action TV 
  • Used as a throwaway gag in Big Wolf on Campus.
    Merton: I know we've never talked about this before, but your mom's kinda— Tommy: The next word that comes out of your mouth had better be talented.
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: In "Restless", it is revealed that Xander has sexual fantasies about Buffy's mother, played by the very attractive Kristine Sutherland. The show also contains two notable gender-reversed examples in that both Faith and Willow expressed attraction to Giles at different points. Willow even went so far as to decorate her locker with pictures of him.
  • Rose has a crush on the Doctor early on in the new Doctor Who, who is 700 years her senior, not to mention an alien, though he doesn't look like either.
  • Legends of Tomorrow parody's it in the season three episode Phone Home, where the Legends go back in time to Ray's hometown in 1988, and Ray's best friend Nate develops a temporary crush on Ray's mother. The main joke because Nate's from 2017, both he and Ray's mom in 1988 are around the same age.
  • ER's Sam Taggart gave birth in her teens, and at least one of her son Alex's friends has a crush on her. He's also apparently told them she's his older sister.
  • Frasier's son Frederick Crane had a notable crush on Daphne in the middle seasons of Frasier. Leads to a moment where Freddy visits for the first time after Daphne and Niles get together:
    Niles: So you're okay with it now?
    Frederick: Please! I liked her when I was a little kid. I'm over it now. Plus, she's like a hundred.
    Niles: She most certainly is not. It just burns you up that I got her fi—
    Frasier: NILES!
  • Friends has Monica, in her late 20s, in a relationship with Richard, who's 21 years her senior. And a good friend of her dad. Her friends Rachel and Phoebe, also in their late twenties, agree that he's very hot.
  • Glee provides several examples:
    • Judging from a recent interview with Jane Lynch Puck and Sue may also qualify, although this would venture into Mrs. Robinson territory.
    • This trope is subverted when Puck crushes on Shelby, as she's the adoptive mother of his biological daughter. What's even more amusing about this is the fact that Mark Salling and Idina Menzel really aren't that distant in age in real life.
  • In Grounded for Life, Lily (the Bratty Teenage Daughter) complains in one episode about how all the boys in her neighborhood are more attracted to Claudia (her mom) than her.
  • In one episode of How I Met Your Mother, a series which generally avoids swearing, Lovable Sex Maniac Barney refers to these as "MILSWANCAs", which Ted correctly guesses means "Mothers I'd Like To Sleep With And Never Call Again."
  • On The Inbetweeners, it's a Running Gag in the series that Will's mum is a MILF, much to his chagrin.
  • On Just Shoot Me!, this happens to Nina. A Jewish boy tries to bed her during his bar mitzvah reception, and since she believes him to be dying, she agrees to give him a kiss. He tries to take it too far, and they share their frustrations on their respective ages. After the boy leaves the room, several more boys stand in the opened door, asking if she's "the lady that kisses boys".
  • In a Law & Order: SVU episode, there's a rather Squicky use of this trope (although considering the show, no one should be surprised). A school-going boy has a stepmother who is considered extremely hot and is very popular with the local boys... Then his father is murdered, and both boy and stepmother are suspects. Their solution? Stepmother and stepson get married so neither has to speak against the other in court. The detectives first figure it out when they interrupt the two of them while they're having sex on their honeymoon.
    • In another episode, a shy, awkward girl finds out that her mom has been sleeping with the popular boy she has a crush on. She's devastated.
    • A gender-flipped version forms the backstory of another episode; a recovering alcoholic and sex addict believed he had raped his daughter while drunk, but it turns out he actually had consensual sex with her best friend. (The daughter had suddenly stopped speaking to him after that, leading him to conclude that he'd done something bad to her, but it was actually that the friend was the daughter's first love and she was mad at her father for ruining that for her.)
    • In a heartbreaking case, a teenage boy kills his friend because he walks in on what appears to be his friend raping his mother, only to learn that it was consensual and the mother cried rape rather than admit she was sleeping with her son's friend.
  • It's been said on Leave It to Beaver that June Cleaver was this for Eddie Haskell.
  • In Mad Men Betty Draper seems to evolve in this as she and her daughter get older. Sally's friend Glen has a creepy crush on Betty since childhood, and while he and Sally have settled in Better as Friends, he keeps lusting after her mother well into his late teens. Betty enrolls at university in the last season (she's hitting 40 in 1970) and her fellow students nickname her "Mrs. Robinson".
  • In Malcolm in the Middle, a girl Reese liked turned out to not be interested him and instead had a lesbian crush on Lois. Video.
  • In Modern Family, Haley's boyfriend Dylan also has a crush on Hayley's mother Claire. Being a bit of a dimwit, he admits this to her face after mistaking her for coming on to him. He's also apparently fantasized about having sex with both of them at once.
  • Murdoch Mysteries: A young H. P. Lovecraft appears on the series as an example of Young Future Famous People. He becomes infatuated with Mrs Brackenreid, an older but very attractive woman married to Inspector Brackenreid with two grownup sons (one is young adult while the other is a teenager). She's flattered but finds his idea of romance horrifying.
  • On My Two Dads, the daughter's best friend had a crush on one of the dads — who was flattered until she got a little too serious about it, at which point he became very squicked by it.
  • In The Nanny, Fran Fine accidentally steals a boyfriend from Maggie. In another episode there's a pal of Brighton's that they believe has a crush on Maggie... turns out he's interested in Fran again. Bonus for the late season when she actually becomes their stepmom.
  • Marissa and Kaitlin's mom Julie Cooper in The O.C.. It is mentioned that she was always considered the hottest mom, she has an affair with Luke (her daughter's ex-boyfriend), and although Seth doesn't agree with Luke sleeping with his ex's mother, he understands because it's Julie Cooper.
  • In the "Wayne's World" sketches on Saturday Night Live, Wayne was hot for Garth's mom, played by Candice Bergen. This creeped Garth out to no end.
  • In The Sentinel there is some major flirtatious subtext between Jim Ellison and Naomi Sandburg, his best friend's mother (who really doesn't look old enough to have a son pushing 30, even though the actress has a son a year older than the actor playing said 'pushing 30'.)
  • Sex Education: Jean Milburn, Otis' mom, attracts quite a few younger men throughout the show. Adam, her son's classmate, points out that she's like a "sexy witch" and berates Otis for not telling him that his mom is hot.
  • Stranger Things: There's a funny scene in season 2 where Nancy and Mike's mother Karen Wheeler answers the door in a bathrobe and is flustered to find the hunky Billy Hargrove (looking for his little sister, who hangs out with Mike) in front of her, who starts hitting on her hard.
  • Teen Wolf: Scott's mother sometimes gets this treatment. She's single, snarky, and played by Melissa Ponzio, what did you expect?
    Peter: (to Isaac, about Scott) Have you seen his mom? She's gorgeous.
    Scott and Derek: Shut up!
  • On That '70s Show, Kelso and Fez fell prostrate and worshipped Eric when they mistakenly believed he'd shagged Donna Pinciotti's mother Midge, a woman about whom the boys have fantasized, made lewd comments, and even spied on. Eric's mother Kitty has gotten her fair share of attention as well. There was also Jackie's mom, Pam, played by Brooke Shields.
  • Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place has various men lusting after Berg's mother (Bo Derek), including his best friend Pete, who eventually hooks up with her.
  • Jeannie Pierce in Tucker. Apart from catching the attention of all the neighborhood kids, she's even shown to lick a Popsicle in such an arousing manner that catches both Leon and McKenzie's attention and holds onto it until Tucker interrupts. It doesn't help that the next scene in that episode shows her date lifting a peek under her dress to get a good view.
  • In an episode of The Wonder Years, Paul Pfeiffer developed a crush on Kevin's mom. It was resolved by the end of the episode and never mentioned again.

  • "What I Go To School For" by Busted is about teenage boys lusting after a hot teacher called Miss McKenzie. The teacher is said to be 33 years old. The song was inspired by band member Matt Willis's dance teacher.
  • "Der Club der schönen Mütter" (lit. "The Club of Beautiful Mothers") by German Fehlfarben eulogizes about a club where the narrator will be served by beautiful mothers all night long.
  • "Stacy's Mom" by Fountains of Wayne is the Trope Namer. In the music video, as seen in the picture above, she was played by supermodel Rachel Hunter. According to the author of the song, the inspiration came from one of his childhood friends thinking his grandmother was hot.
  • "Stacy's Dad", a cover of Stacy's Mom by the You Tube cover artist Annapantsu.
  • Implied in "Henrietta" by The Fratellis, which tells the story of the band trying to seduce the title character, who is said to be in a stable but boring marriage.
  • "Full on Kevin's Mom" by Soundgarden in 1990 pre-dates "Stacy's Mom" and is about someone who went beyond the fantasy. Chris Cornell said that the song was about "a friend of mine who slept with another friend of mine's mom. The guy who did it said to us, 'Yeah, full on Kevin's mom'.
  • Non-English example: "Keva" by Marko Mandić.

    Video Games 
  • In Disgaea, it's strongly implied that Etna had romantic feelings for Laharl's very charismatic father.
  • In Elite Beat Agents in the weathergirl scenario, a mother is trying to make a sunny day for her and her son to have a picnic. When she achieves that, a random kid says to the son "Your Mom is pretty cute".
  • In Mass Effect 2, Shepard can express an attraction to Samara, a thousand-year-old asari Justicar who has three adult children; Samara admits interest but gently rebuffs Shepard nonetheless. In the Citadel DLC for the third game, the pair can finally act on those feelings.
  • In the first Mega Man Battle Network, Harukanote  decides to dress up for a party at SciLab, her husbands place of work. One of the scientist NPCs will mention that he finds her "my kind of woman"... until he realizes he's talking to her son.
    • In one of the Mega Man Star Force games, an NPC local to Echo Ridge will mention to Geo that the woman in a certain house is gorgeous. And then he realizes that the woman is Geo's mom, Hope. (For bonus points, the NPC is named Axe Tagrind).
  • Mortal Kombat X has a pre-fight dialogue exchange between Cassie Cage and Jacqui Briggs where the latter admits to the former that she finds her father Johnny Cage "kinda hot", much to Cassie's chagrin.
  • Tales of Symphonia has Lloyd admitting his crush on Genis' older sister and mother figure, Raine. Depending on Relationship Values, she can come pretty damn close to reciprocating but decides against it.

    Visual Novels 

    Web Comics 
  • In Better Days, one arc centers around Lucy Black dating a star athlete a year or two older than her, until it turns out that he's just using her in an attempt to get closer to her outrageously attractive mom, Sheila. Neither mother nor daughter is happy to learn this.
  • In Charlie Horse, Calvin comments (somewhat frequently, and well-deservedly) on the hotness of Preston's mom. (Come to think of it, his name may very well be a reference to Bill & Tedd.) Somewhat justified in that Preston was the result of a teen pregnancy, so she's still pretty young, plus she works at Hooters and rarely bothers to change out of her tight T-shirt when home.
    Calvin: C'mon, there'll be girls there! You don't want to end up taking your mom to the prom, do you?
    Preston: Hey!
    Calvin: ...of course, given your mom's hotness, that might not be a bad thing.
    Preston: Stop imagi-fondling my mom!!!
  • In Friendly Hostility, Fox's mom's hotness leads to this conversation among the younger cast members. Even her daughter concedes that she's got it going on.
  • In Groovy, Kinda, Edison Lighthouse used to dress as sexy as possible in an attempt to get more of her son's friends to visit him. This is also where her heavy drinking began.
  • Homestuck:
    • In reference to Jane's dad. Well, can you really blame a girl for still having the hots for her beta session love interest?:
      TG: you dont even let me say your dad is hot even though we both know he way the fuck is i mean come one
    • Averted later. While John and Dave do admit (accidentally or otherwise) to crushing on the other's biological mother, it's only the teenaged, Alternate Universe versions of said mothers.
  • Questionable Content:
    • Veronica Reed (aka professional dominatrix and fetish model Veronica Vance) is definitely one. Virtually every character who is attracted to women has mentioned that they used to jack off over pictures of her. Needless to say, this has led to some awkward moments for her son Marten, especially when both his girlfriend Dora and her father admitted to it...
    • Similarly, Dora's first reaction on seeing Marten's dad (who looks exactly like his son, but with silver hair and crow's feet around his eyes) is to turn to Marten and tell him how incredibly hot he'll look when he gets gray hair.
  • Scary Go Round: When the teenage (and somewhat hormone-ridden) Linton meets the mother of his new school-friend Grendel, he clearly notices that she's attractive.
  • In Sexy Losers, Kenta's discomfort over his Horny Mom is exacerbated when his friends comment on her hotness.
  • This xkcd.

    Web Original 
  • In Episode 2 of Chuggaaconroy's Let's Play of Pokémon Black and White, he admits that he thinks the player character's mom is hot.
  • Suburban Knights: JewWario, the oldest contributor on That Guy with the Glasses by several years, seemed to have all the female knights' attention in his Jareth get-up.
  • Vaguely Recalling JoJo: Polnareff tries hitting on Enya after giving her a youth-restoring massage. Enya still has liver spots, so she is still old. She refuses the offer because Polnareff killed J. Geil earlier.
  • Fred Perry made an animated music-video set to an abridged version of the song called "Misi's Mom" adapted to be about some of his friends on Final Fantasy XI. Misi was the Gun-Kitty of Midgardsormr, and the 3 boys smitten with her mom end up drawing Misi's ire so badly that she gets out one of her revolvers to make them knock it off. Her mom is not amused by this at all.

    Western Animation 
  • The aptly-named Yummy Mummy in 6teen is one of these; old enough to be the mother of a young kid, and lusted after by the teenage Jonesy as well as several other men.
  • Used a bit disturbingly in a Valentine's Day episode of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius when every character makes advances on whoever they believe completes their One True Pairing, and Carl goes after Jimmy's mom. Since the crushes never really wore off completely, it later becomes a Running Gag, as Carl apparently thinks quite a bit about Judy... and Mrs. Fowl, on occasion.
  • Francine Smith on American Dad!. Steve's friends have mentioned it about her. Jeff finds her attractive too (despite the marriage with Hayley making Francine his mother-in-law.)
  • Butt-Head on Beavis And Butthead is shown in several episodes and supplemental materials to lust after Stuart Stevenson's mother, and has made comments about having had sex with or fantasized about Beavis's mother, much to Beavis's annoyance.
  • Lois Griffin in Family Guy. There is an episode where Lois has an affair with Meg's new boyfriend, except that Lois is the one who instigates the affair. Quagmire frequently makes mention of this but is in the wrong peer group.
    • Lampshaded by Chris:
      "All my friends think you're hot. They can't believe I came out of you!"
  • In Good Vibes, Woodie has a crush on Babs (his best friend Mondo's mother).
  • Taken a step further on Metalocalypse Skwisgaar is known for his stable of GMILFs (Grand Mother I'd Like to Fuck).
  • In Ok Ko Lets Be Heroes, Enid sees a photograph of K.O.'s mom, Carol, and this ensues.
    Enid: Whoa, who's the babe?
    K.O.: That's my mom...
    Enid:: -laughs awkwardly-
    • Enid herself has parents who are attractive to Radicles.
      Rad: Enid's mom is a hot vampire! And her dad is a hot werewolf!
  • All of Todd's friends have a crush on Agent K in The Replacements. The Spy Catsuit she always wears must help.
  • When the The Secret Saturdays cross over in an episode of Ben 10: Omniverse, Ben is immediately smitten by Drew Saturday, which annoys her son Zak to no end because he will not shut up about it.
    Ben: Um, yeah, meeting you is... the good.
    Drew: Oh, right back at you.
    Zak: Dude, that's my mom!
  • In The Simpsons several young characters, such as Nelson and Milhouse have admitted to finding Marge attractive.
    Bart: My mom wears earrings. Do you think she's cool?
    Milhouse: No, I think she's hot! ...Sorry, it just slipped out...
  • South Park: On a few occasions, people mention that Stan's mom has large breasts.note  Butters even has his (supposed) first orgasm while thinking about them. Supposed because Parker and Stone stated in the episode's commentary track that they feel he lied about providing a semen sample due to his age.
  • In Total Drama, Geoff's first attempts to woo Bridgette in the first season sees him complimenting her cooking skills; at first she is flattered, and then Geoff goes on to say she reminds him of his friend's "really hot mom". Bridgette makes very clear she is not amused at this comment, and DJ ushers Geoff away before things get more awkward.
  • In The Venture Bros., a deleted scene has Triana's friend Kim tell her "Your dad is so hot." Triana is squicked out, naturally.


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Otis' Mom the Sex Guru

"Why didn't you tell me she was hot?"

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