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Mrs. Lee
General Information
Gender: Female
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Occupation(s): Restaurant Owner
Family & Friends
Family: Daisy Lee (Daughter)

Unnamed son

Friends: Hope Quincy
Enemies: Jade West
Tori Vega
Robbie Shapiro (Formerly)
Other Information
Interests: Celebrities
Education: Former student
Series Information
First appearance: Wok Star
Last appearance: The Hambone King
Portrayed By: Susan Chuang

"More Power!"
— Mrs. Lee to Daisy in Wok Star

Mrs. Lee is the owner of the former restaurant Wok Star and her newest restaurant, Nozu. She has a daughter named Daisy who only made an appearance on Wok Star and mentioned on André's Horrible Girl.


Mrs. Lee is obsessed with celebrities, and insists on taking a picture with every star that walks into her restaurant (Angelina Jolie, etc.). As seen in the episode, she has a wall with lots of photos on it, possibly celebrities. She offers to pay for the production of Jade's play, "Well Wishes," at the local theater, but forces Jade into running the play her way in order for her to receive the sponsoring. Her changes include creating a character, a singing angel, for her daughter Daisy to play, most likely because she wanted her daughter to get into showbiz. She also wants to turn the play into a musical. Jade eventually grows frustrated, and the group makes a plan to lure Mrs. Lee away from the theater, so she won't see that Tori and Jade produce the play the way Jade originally has written it. While Mrs. Lee is gone, the two girls leave Daisy hanging from her harness above the stage, waiting for her cue that will never come.

She knows Chinese, because when she wanted a picture of her and Trina (who was disguised as Jackie Bonet), she tells the waiter to do so in Chinese. She seemed to care more about getting her picture than about Jackie Bonet's safety.

Mrs. Lee has one daughter, named Daisy, who tried to enroll at Hollywood Arts but did not get in. She doesn't understand why Hollywood Arts called her daughter "irritating and talentless." Her daughter was almost adopted by Angelina Jolie.

She appeared again in André's Horrible Girl, now aware that Tori and Jade had left her daughter dangling around behind the stage. She now owns a sushi restaurant named Nozu, because Wok Star was burned down from a fire she committed. However, since Wok Star was Chinese, and Nozu was Japanese, Tori asked her if she was Chinese or Japanese, which then led to Mrs. Lee thumping Tori on the head, apparently for no reason (likely seeing it as a racist statement). She also remarks to Tori that she will get revenge for what Tori and Jade did to her daughter. She later holds a birthday party for Hope, the mean girl that André is dating. Eventually, Nozu is ruined due to an earthquake. Even though Mrs. Lee mentioned that she has no insurance, Nozu seems to be coming back through the next episodes.

In How Trina Got In, Mrs. Lee makes Tori and Robbie work at Nozu since after eating there, they realize neither of them brought money to pay for the bill. When Mrs. Lee found out that Robbie left his money in his locker, she slapped Robbie for his stupidity, which shows her aggressiveness toward Robbie, which also indicates that Mrs. Lee dislikes Robbie, although her hostility towards him turned into admiration for his hambone skills in The Hambone King.



  • In André's Horrible Girl, she says that her old restaurant, Wok Star, burned down, but the way she said it implied that she started the fire, making her an arsonist and therefore a criminal.
    • If the LAPD realized this, she would've been arrested and would've not been able to open up Nozu.
  • She appears to have a grudge against Tori in particular for leaving her daughter dangling from the ceiling.
  • She has been seen running a Chinese restaurant and a Japanese restaurant, which made Tori wonder if she's Chinese or Japanese. Though she is probably Chinese, as she speaks Chinese and even the employees at Nozu aren't Japanese but they were Chinese at Wok Star.
  • She has an obsession with getting her picture taken with the famous celebrities who pop into her restaurant.
  • She thinks her daughter has talent, but is wrong.
  • She often says, "More power!" to her daughter.
  • She paints a shrimp-shaped mole onto her neck every day as a subliminal messaging technique to sell more shrimp rolls.
  • Her daughter seems to fear her. 


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ved Characters
Main Characters
Recurring Characters
SinjinSikowitzLaneHolly VegaDavid VegaBurfCharlotte HarrisFestusMrs. LeePrincipal EiknerKwakooMrs. YondersMason ThornesmithGeorgie
Minor Characters
Season 1
Eli McAlisterMr. OliverMamaw ShapiroDaisy LeeAllyDanielHayley FergusonTara GanzRussDerrickSofia MichelleAllie
Season 2
Principal Helen DuboisHelen Dubois's AssistantRyder DanielsSherrySheemaSgrodisYerbanian ChancellorKid DoctorSadie
Season 3
AnthonyVice-Principal DickersHope QuincyShawn QuincyMona PattersonAlanChadFawn LiebowitzMr. DrysdaleEvan SmithMiranda Sings
Season 4
Barney and Billy TripletJarold ArdbegTomFrancis ThornesmithRhoda HellbergMeredithMooseMerlGabriellaPepperMr. MooneyMillyAunt Pearl and Uncle WalterBraden
Characters from TheSlap or other programs
Mabel and WilsonSteven CarsonKenan ThompsonClarissaHannahQuinnMustang
Characters with No Appearance
Beck's AuntMollyCat's BrotherCatherineCousin JesseFran ReynoldsJade's BrotherJade's StepmotherJade's GrandfatherJessica WolfeKeekoLyndseyMs. WestMr. HarrisMr. GradsteinMr. ValentineMr. Van CleefMrs. OliverMrs. ShapiroMrs. Van CleefPatRobbie's SisterSethShirleySuzy McCallenMark McCallanTori and Trina's Grandmother(s)Uncle JesseLindsayLady Googoo
AnkimoSparklesTofuAndré's DogCooberLarry