Miss Gristlepuss is the leader of T.U.O.O.F.A.T.T.A.F.A.D. and Al Priss' wife. She appears in the episodes "Banned in Bikini Bottom" and "Gramma's Secret Recipe." Her husband is the chief of police and she has many identical sisters.


She is a light green elderly female fish with light blue hair that is pulled back into a bun and has big pink lips. She wears a navy blue and white uniform, a gray whistle around her neck, golden glasses, and tall brown boots. She and her sisters share a similar appearance.


At some point in her life, she married Al Priss.

At another point, she founded T.U.O.O.F.A.T.T.A.F.A.D. with her sisters. She had banned Krabby Patties from being served at the Krusty Krab with T.U.O.O.F.A.T.T.A.F.A.D. However, she later lifted the ban after trying one and liking it.

Role in series

"Banned in Bikini Bottom"

She wants Krabby Patties to be banned because they are "too fun and delicious." She has her husband close the Krusty Krab, and with the help of Plankton, destroys SpongeBob's house, where they are serving Krabby Patties illegally.

She then plans to arrest SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs for circumventing a law. However, when she sees her husband eating a Krabby Patty, she runs over to stop him, but in doing so, she trips over her untied shoelace and falls in front of him. The patty drops then into her mouth; after she eats it, she realizes that Krabby Patties are not so bad after all.

Thus, she decides not to ban Krabby Patties, pardon the Krusty Krew, and reopen the Krusty Krab.

"Gramma's Secret Recipe"

She appears in a knitting circle along with SpongeBob, Sheldon J. Plankton in disguise as "SpongeBob's great grammyma," Incidental 84, Gramma, and Granny.


  • Even though she calls herself Miss Gristlepuss, she should be called Mrs. Gristlepuss because she is married.
Banned in Bikini Bottom credits

"Miss Priss" in the end credits.


"Miss Priss" in TV guide description

  • In the end credits and TV guide description, Miss Gristlepuss is mistakenly called "Miss Priss."
    • However, this is semi-correct as "Priss" is her husband's surname.
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