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Milo's Mother is a major character in Disney's Mars Needs Moms. She is the mother of Milo. She is shown to be rather strict and uptight at first, but later becomes more gentle after Milo saves her from being killed by Martians. She is voiced by Joan Cusack, who also voiced Jessie and Abby Mallard.
Milo's mother is first seen persuading her son to take out the trash. After he does so, they go back inside and she starts vacuuming the house. Milo's father calls to tell the family that he won't be able to make it back in time for movie night due to his flight being cancelled. Milo's mother decides to let him watch a zombie movie on pay-per-view after he finishes his dinner.
While eating dinner, Milo is reluctant to finish his broccoli and feeds it to the family cat, who vomits it up. Upon discovering this, Milo's mother furiously sends him to bed early. She later discovers him jumping on his bed and tells him that her life would be a lot better if she didn't have to nag him all the time. Milo sarcastically says that his life would be better without her telling him what to do. She seems quite hurt and sad by this and leaves the room.
After she falls asleep, she is abducted by Martians who place her into their ship and headed towards their home planet Earth where they can use her "momness" to raise their younglings by extracting it from her memories via a Memory Extraction Machine which she is placed in while she is still asleep. Her son Milo sneaks aboard the ship and attempts to save her.
She is not seen until when Milo arrives at the Memory Extraction Machine with oxygen helmets just as the machine is about to start up. Milo frantically tries to shake her, but she is too dozy and has no idea what is going on and thinks the noises are cartoons from the TV. As soon Milo pulls her off the examination table, she eventually gets to her feet and asks him that did he just "pull me out of bed". Her frustration quickly turns to shock and tense when she realises that she is on Mars and begins freaking out until Milo calms her down and hands her a oxygen helmet for her to breathe outside. As she and Milo exit the room, they begin running towards the ship where Ki is in it and it has 60 seconds before takeoff, she sees the Martians fighting and the Supervisor comes out. As the Supervisor attempts to kill Milo with a lazer gun, Gribble knocks her down and it misfires onto Milo's feet, sending him flying and smashing his helmet to the ground, causing him to suffocate.
Realising that her son is in danger and is dying from suffocation, Milo's Mother dashes over to him, removes his helmet off and puts her own helmet on him, saving his life but sacrificing herself. The Martians feel awe as they had seen love for the first time. She is eventually saved by Milo and Gribble, who uses his mother's helmet to save her (which was buried under Mars' sand), she was relieved that her son saved her and she accepts his apology for what he said to her earlier and reconciles with him.
As she, Milo and Gribble head for the ship as Ki got it in control and landed it to safety, they are ambushed by the Supervisor who holds them at gunpoint until Ki knocks it out of her arms. Ki tells her species that they won't be supposed to be raised by machines but by families instead, which they agree and take the Supervisor away for her crimes and lies. Milo, his mother, Gribble, Ki and TwoCat use the ship to head back to Earth where they are dropped off safely. While Gribble chooses to stay on Mars to be with Ki, Milo's Mother thanks Gribble for his help and tells him that his late mother would be proud of him. Soon as Gribble and Ki leave in the ship back to Mars, Milo and his mother head back to their house where she shares a loving embrace with him before Milo's father returns home.
She is one of the few Disney characters whoose full names are not yet revealed or unknown.
The scene where she sacrifices herself to save her son from suffocation was one of the most emotional and heartbreaking moments in Disney history.