Just as predicted, Jane Jetson has joined her husband George for a visit to Sun City Peachtree. Although I didn’t see it in the vicinity, I’m sure they arrived by aerocar, as that is the standard transportation utilized by all humans in the next century. Chances are that George was behind the wheel, because Jane is a horrible driver.
In addition to being the matriarch of The Jetsons and George’s dutiful wife, Jane heads up Skypad Apartments’ recycling company. When she is not working, the ultimate space age housewife loves shopping for the latest and greatest high-tech household gadgets. One of her favorites is the Food-a-Rac-a-Cycle she uses to make meatloaf, her specialty.
Jane is also a fashionista, and she loves shopping at Mooning Dales, her favorite store for the latest fashions. That is probably where she bought her favorite purple dress with the white collar and light purple leggings that she always wears—an outfit that compliments her flaming-red hair quite nicely.
When she is not shopping for household gadgets or fashions, Jane can be found at the Galaxy Women Historical Society. Once at home, though, Jane gives her full love, support, and attention to George and her two children, Judy and Elroy.
Just don’t make Jane angry, though. George’s boss, Mr. Spacely, has gotten the wrath of Jane due to his mistreatment of George and the family. On another occasion, her son Elroy didn’t win any smiles and hugs from Jane when he broke one of her favorite vases. This was the dialog between Jane and George when he congratulated her for not getting mad immediately:
George: “And because you kept cool, you warmed his heart.”
Jane: “I’d prefer to warm his bottom.”