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For her daughter, see Kim Wexler.

Mrs. Wexler is the mother of Kim Wexler.



Little is known of Kim's mother except that she lived in Nebraska for an extended period of time. She at one point gave birth to Kim though it is unknown who Kim's father is. According to Kim, her family was very poor and never even owned a house. Her mother would often wake Kim in the middle of the night to flee their temporary residence before eviction, with the implication that Kim grew up in a single-parent household. ("The Guy For This")

She appeared to have been a neglectful mother to Kim and possibly an alcoholic, though not completely uncaring. ("Wexler v. Goodman")

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Season 5[]

In a flashback, a teenage Kim waits holding her cello outside Red Cloud Junior High School in Nebraska. Her mother finally arrives to pick her up, but a sensible and frustrated Kim expresses doubts about getting in the car, as it is clear she has been drinking. Her mother attempts to convince her that she is sober, but Kim decides she will walk home, at which point her mother tells her "she never listens" and drives off. ("Wexler v. Goodman")

Season 6[]

In 1984 Nebraska, a young Kim sits in the back office of a department store. The manager enters the office with Kim's mother, telling her that the girl was caught attempting to shoplift a pair of earrings and a necklace. Kim's mother seemingly admonishes her daughter and threatens to take the value of the items out of her allowance, but the manager graciously declines either that or calling the police. Outside of the store, Kim's mother drops the facade and shows that she doesn't care about what has happened. She reveals that she herself shoplifted another pair of the earrings and gives them to Kim; she says Kim should cheer up because she got away with it. As they drive away, Kim looks out of the car window vacantly. ("Axe and Grind")


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