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Mary (AKA "Fontaisha") is a member of The Crazy Eights. She is a troublemaking teenager at Stoolbend High School who got involved with selling cocaine.
She is voiced by Monique Coleman.
In "Our Gang", Fontaisha spraypainted "Teabag City" on Principal Farquhare's door and then ran away before he could spot her. Principal Farquhare did not approve of the prank and said that whoever did it was a rebel. Fontaisha pulled the fire alarm, causing all of the students in the school to swarm the hallways, trying to escape the allegedly burning building. When they did, several herds of students such as the football team, the marching band, and the cast of The Biggest Loser all trampled Principal Farquhare, putting him in traction. While hospitalized, Principal Farquhare sent a message over the phone to Stoolbend High School, where he hosted a PTA meeting about the misbehaving students, one of which, of course, was Fontaisha. Cleveland coached the Crazy Eights and taught them to pursue a business in selling cookies. The Crazy Eights took this as an invitation to sell drugs. Fontaisha said that this would be a great idea, as she could learn everything she needs to know on the internet about cooking up a batch ... of cookies. Donna got questioned why the Crazy Eights were making so much money off of cookies when they were making so little, especially when Cleveland and Junior were eating most of them but Cleveland quelled her suspicions by distracting her with a new flat-screen TV carried in by Fontaisha and E.L. Fudge, bought with the money they made from selling "cookies". For the rest of the episode, Fontaisha abruptly stopped appearing for some reason.
- For some reason, that has yet to be explained in or out of universe, Fontaisha abruptly stopped appearing halfway through the episode, being completely absent from all group shots of the Crazy Eights for the latter half of the episode, with no reason given.
- Because of this, Fontaisha was not present for the part where the Crazy Eights decided to give up their lives of crime and pursue healthier lifestyles. This implies that Fontaisha is still a criminal.