|Age||12 years old|
|Occupation||Student at Westley School of Performing Arts|
|Voiced by||Jennifer Hale|
Madison Spaghettini Papadopoulus is a character from Class of 3000.
She is loud, happy and extremely optimistic as is evidenced from her perpetually vacant smile, and has a bit of a Southern voice like Eddie; however, her hippie-child appearance belies the perceptive mind behind it. She is always happy or thrilled no matter what happens, even if she gets hurt, though she does cry when the kids are put down after learning their lesson in Am I Blue? Madison is sometimes crazy and creates havoc and disaster. Madison has a huge imagination and usually can't concentrate on what's really supposed to be done. She enjoys the company of many animals and baby creatures. In the pilot episode she mentions that she has a grandmother who is of Colombian descent. However, her last name suggests she is of Greek descent. Her instrument is the high-pitched violin, but in the game Funk Box, she also plays a cello. She is 12 years old. She also has a secret crush on Li'l D, though there are little to no hints about their relationship.
Her hair becomes frizzy when love is in the air. But in the end of the episode, Love is in the Hair...Net, Lil' D tells her that there is no love in the air and it's just some spaghetti sauce.
In Brotha From the Third Rock, she reveals that she has four languages that makes her a pure brand American.
- Madison has two moods: happy and thrilled.
- She divides her languages into fractions when she talks about digital American Music from her ancestor.
- She's a fan favorite of the show.
- In "Am I Blue?" her personality is considered smart.
- Hey, hey, hey, Sunny.
- I hope it's a million dollar bucks.
- Ooooooooooooh I know what these are.
- Hey, hey. I'm Madison and I'm a Pisces.
- Um. Yes to the date or yes to the shoe closet?
- Does he prefer cats or dogs?
- Vote for Madison. Yay me.
- Are there little green men?
- We are tearing down the walls of constipation with the wrecking ball of cream spinach.
- Think, Madison, think.