Miss Piddlin a character in a series of sketches from All That, played by Kenan Thompson. She's the Lunch Lady who’s obsessed with peas; she offers the vegetable with every lunch menu, and frequently talks about how much she loves them. If people resist, express dislike or generally do not praise her peas, Miss Piddlin violently attacks them, then makes a remark such as "Oops, Miss Piddlin almost lost her temper" or "Miss Piddlin almost let her maniacal rage get the best of her". When angered, smoke emerges from around her neck. In later episodes, Miss Piddlin begins traveling to different locations, such as a camping trip, a dinner party, a cooking contest, Halloween night or a day at the beach, in her quest to feed children peas. Another episode showed Miss Piddlin's home life on Halloween; the audience discovers that she various pea-base objects in her house ranging from a Pea-ano to a Peacock. At the end of her skit, everyone would sing a song about peas, such as Eat a Pea, Give Peas a Chance, Why Can't Peas Be Friends?, Peas Are Jolly Good Vegetables, Peas Are the Champions, Peas Are The World, Peas Are a Few of My Favorite Things, and The Plate Beneath My Peas. She also performed a duet with Miss Tula (see below) called Peas and Carrots. She calls all of the children “Little Angels“.