|Bob's Burgers character|
|Age||70 - 80s|
|Occupation||Co-owner of Reflections|
|Relatives||Harold Cranwinkle (husband)|
|Behind the scenes|
|Voiced by||Larry Murphy|
— Edith Cranwinkle
Edith Cranwinkle is the elderly co-owner of Reflections, an art sales, supplies & lessons store. She first appears in the episode "Art Crawl" where she is the chairperson of the festival, and attempts to have Bob arrested for defacing artwork in her store. She is voiced by Larry Murphy.
Edith's appearances in many episodes which often consist of her appearing suddenly in shot and making a one word comment describing the scene such as "rude" and "violent."
Edith is a very unpleasant and impolite person, close-minded and judgemental, often speaking out in an argumentative manner at town meetings or taking the role of a grouchy moral guardian. She never bothers with politeness or niceties. She seems to have an inflated sense of her shop's importance in the community and a disproportionate desire for arts and crafts to be favored at the expense of other needs, viewing crafts as an essential part of the community (although she concedes art can be sacrificed). Edith also feels that a rich person spending 45% of their income on yarn is insufficient. At one point, she insists that, should her store be forced to raise the price of yarn, "There'll be riots, again!" ("The Oeder Games")
Growing up, Edith's parents worked at Wonder Wharf, leaving Edith to be partially raised by members of the wharf's freaks troupe. These people include a bearded lady and man with "freakishly long nipples" ("Bobby Driver").
Edith is also often verbally abusive and domineering towards her husband, Harold Cranwinkle.
- Edith is a member of the same quilting group as Mr. Frond, Lillian & Eleanor Hirschbaum.
- She was once stuck on the toilet for 3 weeks, but claims she didn't call for help because she "had self-respect" ("Glued, Where's My Bob?").
- Her and her husband, Harold, participate in the Bog to Beach parade in "Paraders of the Lost Float".
- She takes pills for gas ("Bobby Driver").
- She is rumored to have once put a knitting needle through a man's hand just because he didn't have the exact change ("Tweentrepreneurs").
- Her quilt in "Bobby Driver" implies that she has dark blue eyes and previously had blonde hair.
- "Violence!" ("Ear-sy Rider")
- "I'm taking off my seatbelt. It's chafing my honkers." ("Bobby Driver")
- "Burn in hell, Belchers!" ("God Rest Ye Merry Gentle-Mannequins")
- “Life drawing. If you can draw a nude figure, you can draw anything.” ("Midday Run")
- Ear-sy Rider (non speaking cameo)
- The Deepening
- God Rest Ye Merry Gentle-Mannequins
- Nude Beach
- Carpe Museum
- Fort Night
- The Frond Files
- I Get Psy-chic Out of You (non speaking cameo)
- Wharf Horse (or How Bob Saves/Destroys the Town - Part I)
- World Wharf II: The Wharfening (or How Bob Saves/Destroys the Town - Part II) (non speaking cameo)
- Dawn of the Peck
- Best Burger
- Midday Run
- Can't Buy Me Math
- Adventures In Chinchilla-Sitting (voice only)
- The Itty Bitty Ditty Committee (non speaking cameo)
- The Oeder Games
- The Silence of the Louise
- The Bleakening, Part 1
- The Bleakening, Part 2 (end credits sequence)
- Sleeping with the Frenemy
- The Taking of Funtime One Two Three
- Live and Let Fly
- Nightmare on Ocean Avenue Street
- Bobby Driver