|Relatives|| Peggy Hill (daughter)|
Doc Platter (husband)
Hoyt Platter (son)
Luanne Platter (granddaughter)
Hank Hill (son in law)
Leanne Platter (ex-daughter in law)
Bobby Hill (grandson)
Gracie Kleinschmidt (great granddaughter)
Lucky Kleinschmidt (grandson in law)
|First appearance||"The Redneck on Rainey Street"|
Maddy Platter is Peggy's and Hoyt's ungrateful mother, Bobby's maternal and Luanne's paternal grandmother who resides on the Platter Family ranch in Montana raising cattle, voiced by Mimi Rogers. She was mean to Peggy as a child, and now holds a grudge against her for marrying her choice of a man (her husband Hank) instead of the son from the neighboring ranch. Doc Platter, her husband was implied to be deceased. However, he appeared in "A Rover Runs Through It". Although Peggy along with Hank and Bobby saved the ranch, Maddy was still grumpy.
- I Remember Mono
- Happy Hank's Giving
- Transnational Amusements Presents: Peggy's Magic Sex Feet (as young Maddy)
- In earlier episodes, Maddy appeared as an older version of Peggy, with identical features. She was completely redesigned for "A Rover Runs Through It", as well as receiving a more abrasive personality. Later appearances would return her to her original "older Peggy" design however.
- In "A Rover Runs Through It", Peggy states that her mother ignored her all of her adult life. This is a complete contradiction to "I Remember Mono", where Maddy is clearly seen in the Hill's house and an argument between the two was the starting plot for "Happy Hank's Giving".
- In "Square Peg", Maddy appeared in a flashback when Peggy was a little girl. Maddy looked very similar to adult Peggy and gave a her a book about flowers as she couldn't bear to have the sex talk with her. She seemed to be much nicer too.