Linda Memari is the wife of Bob Memari. Like her husband, she is of Iranian heritage. When they first moved into Langley Falls in "Homeland Insecurity", Stan relentlessly stalked both Linda and Bob, believing them to be part of a terrorist sleeper cell.
When Francine apologized to Linda for Stan's behavior in "Homeland Insecurity", Linda said she does not mind, as Stan was still a much more considerate neighbor than most African-Americans. Linda and Francine became best friends and would spend time together. Linda is likely bisexual or lesbian, as she has been shown to have a crush on Francine, and she and her husband have little to no sexual relations.
In "Not Particularly Desperate Housewives", she saves Francine from being killed by the Ladybugs by kissing her, causing the Ladybugs to believe the two were having a lesbian affair. Linda awkwardly replies back to Francine's thank you about the fake kiss, further implying the possibility Linda has a crush on Francine.
In a bar in "Rough Trade", she talked about how sexy Francine is. She then tried to hit on Francine and unbuttoned her shirt a little to make her breasts appear larger.
She is one of the savage survivors in "The Two Hundred" and witnesses the imaginary space village burn in "The Nova Centauris-Burgh Board Of Tourism Presents: American Dad".
Roger reports that Linda died in "Cheek to Cheek: A Stripper’s Story".
Her character design, shaded darker is seen at the farmer's market in "One Fish, Two Fish".
- In the crowd at the Chicken or Fish Banquet Hall in "An Apocalypse to Remember", it appears the Memaris have a child with them.
- "Homeland Insecurity"
- "Not Particularly Desperate Housewives"
- "Rough Trade"
- "Lincoln Lover"
- "American Dream Factory"
- "An Apocalypse to Remember"
- "I Can't Stan You"
- "Meter Made"
- "Dope & Faith" (mentioned)
- "Stanny Slickers 2: The Legend of Ollie's Gold"
- "Phantom of the Telethon"
- "Live and Let Fry"
- "Roy Rogers McFreely"
- "Every Which Way But Lose"
- "Shallow Vows"
- "A Jones for a Smith"
- "An Incident at Owl Creek"
- "100 A.D."
- "The Missing Kink"
- "News Glance With Genevieve Vavance"
- "Dreaming of a White Porsche Christmas"
- "The Two Hundred"
- "The Nova Centauris-Burgh Board Of Tourism Presents: American Dad"
- "Paranoid Frandroid"
- "Funnyish Games" (mentioned)
- "Stan & Francine & Connie & Ted"
- "Rabbit Ears" (mentioned)
- "Stompe le Monde"
- "The Hand that Rocks the Rogu"
- "Cheek to Cheek: A Stripper’s Story" (reported deceased)
- "Tapped Out" (mentioned)
- "One Fish, Two Fish" (design variation)