|Elizabeth "Miz Liz" Strickland|
|Relatives||Buck Strickland (Husband)|
|First appearance||Rodeo Days|
|Voiced by||Kathleen Turner|
Elizabeth "Miz Liz" Strickland is Buck Strickland's suffering wife who had kicked Buck out of the house in The Good Buck, but accepts him back in after he becomes better when he turns to religion. She once attempted to seduce Hank. She often has to deal with his constant infidelity and dishonesty. We hear that she did eventually leave him. Because Buck indulged in his vices of alcoholism, gambling, debauchery, adultery and so on--and all on her birthday. She is voiced by Kathleen Turner, who also provides Jessica Rabbit's speaking voice in the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit and is renown for having such a deep raspy husky voice.