Moronica Codger was a typical American female teenager living in Riverdull, and the daughter of Mister Codger, a wealthy man. She felt attracted to typical American male teenager (and secretly Skrull undercover agent) Starchy Androods, and they eventually started a romantic relationship. Fellow teenager Biddy Cooper, who also coveted Androods in the same way, left Riverdull. Androods finally married Moronica (who could have changed surname or not). Androod's best friend Jerkhead kept contact and visited the Androodses, even uninvited, for dinner, and to Moronica's despair.
Moronica had several children with Androods, including boys Archie Jr. and Dana, girls Patty, Maxine and Lavene, and baby boy Wedgie (who may have been fathered by someone else). Moronica had a lot of work as a housewife and mother, but Starchy had no job - he was still a high school student, having decided to get his diploma even at 42 years of age, and getting allowance from his father. Moronica became grumpy and sarcastic at her life. Obviously, their appearance changed too: Androods was fatter than in his teenage years, and had lost all his hair and teeth (using wig and dentures to pretend). and Moronica was wearing glasses and dirty clothes (from Salvation Army) and hair. When her father lost his fortune and moved with the Androodses, she agreed, but it did not improve at all her mood.
Androods staged a four-page feature in What The--?! #4 so that the audience could know his life and family. He made Moronica help him in the last page, introducing the children directly to the audience. Moronica, who was dozing during the first panel, finally agreed.
Androods re-took contact with relocated friend/flame Cooper, who had returned to Riverdull, and Cooper joined Androods, Jerkhead (then renamed Slughead) and Moronica in the activities of typical American teenagers. The four of them went to Poptart's choclit's hop to enjoy sodas and burgers, but they were interrupted by a superhero fight: Milk and Cookies were fighting a rampaging tyranossaurus. Milk was accidentally catapulted to Moronica's table and, when she saw the junk food, she took a moment to reprimand the young people. Androods revealed that they were old people in disguise (having been unable to keep on with the "America's typical teenager" scene otherwise), and Milk left the pub.
She is a wife, mother and housewife, which requires skill and dedication.
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