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Wendy Testaburger is a major-supporting character on South Park, and is the most prominent of the female classmates of Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny. She is a student at South Park Elementary. She has been voiced by three people during the series' run: Mary Kay Bergman, Eliza J. Schneider, and currently April Stewart. She is the most prominent female character of the series.
- 1 Background
- 2 Appearance
- 3 Personality
- 4 Interactions
- 5 Video games
- 6 Prominence
- 7 Trivia
- 8 References
Concept and Creation
Wendy has committed the following crimes throughout the series:
- Assault and Battery/Disturbing the Peace: In "Breast Cancer Show Ever", she got into a fight with Eric Cartman on school grounds, seriously injuring him in the process.
- Burglary: In "Weight Gain 4000", she illegally entered the school at night to read Cartman's essay to find out whether or not he cheated. She narrowly avoided being caught by Mr. Garrison.
- Civil Unrest/Rioting: Participant and possible ringleader of the girls in South Park Elementary gender war in "Proper Condom Use".
- Murder for Hire: In "Tom's Rhinoplasty", she hired Iraqi soldiers to have substitute teacher Ms. Ellen kidnapped, loaded into a rocket, and fired directly at the sun, killing her. This was done in retaliation for Ellen ostensibly "stealing" Stan, Wendy's boyfriend, away, despite the fact that Ellen was a lesbian and thus had absolutely no romantic inclinations towards Stan; that, and Ms. Ellen is an adult whereas Stan is a child.
- Sedition: In the movie, she was a member of La Resistance, a group with the goal of stopping the execution of Terrance and Phillip by the government. However, she did it to save the world from being ruled by Saddam Hussein and Satan, so it can be justified.
- Sexual Harassment (Alleged): In "Sexual Harassment Panda", she was sued by Craig Tucker for touching his thigh, and was forced to give him half of her belongings when the court ruled in his favor. However, given that this was one of a series of dubious sexual harassment suits around South Park, this charge is questionable at best.
Wendy also took part in the Thanksgiving musical play in "Helen Keller! The Musical".
During the song Stan has dedicated to her, she is given a brief scene that displays a talent for skating, being able to perform a figure-eight, salchow, triple lutz, and twirl endlessly while keeping balance. None of the other children in South Park have displayed this kind of ability, meaning that she might be the best ice skater in the boys' class.
Wendy has shown herself to be a fairly decent fighter, beating up Cartman after he repeatedly made jokes about Breast Cancer in "Breast Cancer Show Ever". Although Cartman does manage to get a few hits in, Wendy turns the tide of the fight after ramming Cartman's face into a metal pole, multiple times, leaving Cartman lying in a pool of his own blood. The significance of this is debatable as Cartman has been shown to lose the majority of fights he gets in.
Wendy is portrayed as very political. She has started and joined many campaigns, groups, and debates over the course of the show. She has also participated in stopping conspiracies and assassinations.
In South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, Wendy tries to save Terrance and Phillip from M.A.C. along with Gregory, implores Stan to be more political, attempts to rally students to her cause, and later joins La Resistance.
In "Weight Gain 4000", Wendy is infuriated when Cartman's report wins the school contest, instead of her report on protecting bottle-nosed dolphins. After reading his essay, she reveals to the public at Cartman's presentation with Kathie Lee Gifford that Cartman had copied Walden and replaced Henry David Thoreau's name with his own. Because Kathie Lee Gifford had already left at that point, nobody cared, further annoying her. In the meantime, Wendy and Stan tried to stop Mr. Garrison and Mr. Hat from assassinating Kathie, although Mr. Hat ends up shooting at her, killing Kenny McCormick by mistake.
In "Chef Goes Nanners", she was one of a few people who realize why Chef is upset about the South Park Flag, and immediately volunteers to represent the "Flag Should be Changed" team for the upcoming debate, however, she was mortified to find out that her leading partner was Cartman. She attempts to lead the team without him and decides not to participate in discrediting Kyle Broflovski and Stan's team, who believed the flag should stay the way it was. They eventually begin to work together, and their partnership improves as they found that they had more and more things in common with each other, which leads to Wendy having a temporary crush on him. At the presentation, this attraction made it difficult for her to voice her side of the debate, causing her to kiss him. After that, she is able to concentrate, producing a well-rounded opinion on changing history.
In "Breast Cancer Show Ever", Wendy gives a speech to her class, in order to raise awareness for breast cancer during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October). After Cartman's repeated derogatory remarks about breast cancer, Wendy beats Cartman up. Wendy was the class president of South Park Elementary until "Dances with Smurfs".
In "Informative Murder Porn", Wendy attempts to give a report on Syrian refugees to her class, only to again be heckled by Cartman; his booing her became a running gag throughout the episode. She also spoke at a town meeting moderated by Kyle and Stan on "murder porn" and its ties to a real-life murder in town.
From 1997 to 1999, Wendy Testaburger was voiced by Mary Kay Bergman. Bergman listed Wendy among her five favorite roles in South Park, (together with Liane Cartman, Shelly Marsh, Carol McCormick, and Sheila Broflovski); stating that she admired the character's overall sweetness and intelligence, balanced by her unpredictability. After Bergman's death in 1999, the character was temporarily voiced by Eliza J. Schneider; she is currently voiced by April Stewart. When Bergman first voiced Wendy, she had a sweet high voice, almost similar to Bergman's performance as Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which she did from 1989 until her death in 1999. Wendy's voice changed little with Schneider, however, her voice was altered drastically with Stewart, to a much lower, more mature tone.
Wendy wears a pinkish-magenta beret, a light purple jacket with a navy blue trim, navy blue gloves, and yellow trousers. She also has peach skin like many of the characters, long black hair with choppy, uneven bangs. Under her jacket, she has been shown to be wearing a light purple tank-top in "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society", and a white tank top with a unicorn on it in "Breast Cancer Show Ever". Wendy has only been seen without her beret in two episodes, "Chef Goes Nanners", where she took off her beret to dunk her head in her fishbowl, and "Funnybot", where she was seen dressed up without her beret.
As her transgender alter-ego "Wendyl", in "The Cissy", she kept her beret, but pinned back her hair and also wore a white t-shirt, denim vest, and light purple pants.
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Wendy is best described as a mature and intelligent person whose stubbornness and occasional jealousy sometimes get the best of her; she is typically portrayed as nice, feminine, smart, and liberal in nature. In many episodes, she generally provides a voice of reason, usually against Eric Cartman, especially in earlier seasons. She is generally friendly to others and seems well-liked at school, but she is unwilling to let her beliefs be compromised by popularity. Wendy is shown to be very intelligent and politically aware, writing an essay on the suffering of Bottlenose dolphins, donating candy to starving children in Nairobi, being willing to give Afghanistan children a dollar, opposing the American-Canadian War, and doing a report on the suffering of Breast Cancer patients. However, as the series, in general, became more political, Wendy's role as the politically aware voice of reason shrank, and by Season Five she was seldom seen as more than one of the female students. In addition, Kyle Broflovski took over her duties as the most intelligent student in class and moral center.
Wendy is a very empathic person and often concerned about those around her - she is the first of the girls at Heidi Turner's slumber party to feel bad for making fun of Marjorine and she is the first and only student in the whole school to go after Tweek Tweak after he publicly stages a fake breakup with his boyfriend in "Tweek x Craig". In addition, much of her political activities revolve around concern for others, such as children in Nairobi and Afghanistan, and Bottlenose Dolphins. Wendy also illustrates an adherence to rules and order - she refuses to step out of line against Cartman until given informal permission to attack him and exposed Cartman for cheating at the 'Save Our Fragile Planet' essay contest. In "Follow That Egg!", she was shown to have a strong motherly instinct; after hearing from Bebe Stevens about the way Stan had treated their egg, she was deeply worried that Stan would damage the egg which had belonged to Kyle and herself before Ms. Garrison switched their partners. She even went over to Kyle's house, frantically asking to see the egg and hold it for a couple of minutes. After seeing how well Stan and Kyle took care of the egg and presented it to the Governor of Colorado at the end of the episode, she saw how good Stan's fathering skills were, and relaxed. Despite this, she has shown carelessness as well - in "Pinkeye", after initially planning a couples' dress as Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy she "realized how stupid [they] would look", and dressed as Chewbacca instead, not thinking about how it would affect Stan.
Wendy will generally be kind to characters besides Eric Cartman, but is prone to becoming antagonistic if she feels she has been wronged. Wendy almost always, however, attempts to resolve things peacefully before resorting to violence or manipulation. When Cartman repeatedly berated her attempts to raise awareness for breast cancer, she initially tried to ignore him, before threatening to beat him up. Although Cartman initially agreed, he then tried to get out of it - they ended up having a brutal fight in front of the school. She also becomes somewhat jealous if she feels her relationship with Stan is in danger, but her exact reaction varies based on the situation. Besides her famous encounter with Ms. Ellen, wherein she hired Iraqis to shoot her into the sun, Wendy displayed jealousy when the boys obsessed over Bebe's breasts and gossips about her with the other girls. She was also jealous of Stan's female Facebook friends in "You Have 0 Friends". However, in other episodes, both during their relationship and during its hiatus, such as "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset" she seems to have no problem with other girls flirting with Stan.
Wendy is very active in the school's extracurricular activities: aside from being class president, she is seen in "Cartman Finds Love" as one of three new members of the cheer squad (the others being Nichole and Jenny); she became its captain in "The Hobbit". In "Cock Magic", Wendy is shown as the captain of the girl's volleyball team.
For the first seven seasons of the series, Wendy's most notable feature was her relationship with Stan Marsh. Their relationship began in the pilot episode "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe", where it was revealed that the two of them had been attracted for some time prior to the series. A recurring gag in the series involved Stan getting queasy from excitement whenever Wendy tried to kiss him (and in early episodes whenever she spoke to him) and then throwing up on her.
Despite Stan's continual vomiting, Wendy has so far stayed with him. She became extremely jealous when Ms. Ellen "came between them" in "Tom's Rhinoplasty". After Stan falls for Ms. Ellen and ignores Wendy's attempts to win back his love, Wendy pays a group of Iraqis a large sum of money to capture Ms. Ellen and shoot her into the sun. In the episode, "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society", Wendy openly insults Bebe after Stan (together with the other boys) grows attracted to her developing breasts; this jealousy later extends to the point of her undergoing breast augmentation surgery to turn Stan's attention back to herself.
Though they remained together until Season Seven, their relationship did not seem as strong, and at times seemed strained (an example being the aforementioned "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society"). On Stan's part, though, it may have largely been because his adventures throughout the seasons left him too busy to pay attention to Wendy. She broke up with him in the Season Seven episode, "Raisins", although the only reason given was that she wanted to date Token Black.
Even after she had broken up with Stan, he still showed feelings for her and tried to win her back by playing Peter Gabriel's "Shock the Monkey" on his boombox on her lawn, though the plan failed when he saw that Token was in Wendy's room. In "Follow That Egg!", while working on the egg project, he tried to impress Wendy with his fathering abilities and grew jealous of Kyle for working as the "father" of the same egg Wendy was the "mother" of. Near the end of the episode, Wendy complimented Stan on his "fathering" abilities, although due to Stan's bitterness, he rejected the complimenting, telling her that he "didn't care what [she] thinks".
In "The List", Wendy helps Stan to discover that the girls' election of who the cutest and the ugliest boys in South Park Elementary was rigged. At the end of the episode, she admits to Stan that she enjoyed hanging out with him again, and they attempt to kiss, during which Stan throws up on her again. This is often seen as the "re-ignition" of their relationship.
This "re-ignition" was verified in the episode "Super Fun Time"; Stan pairs with Wendy on the field trip, telling the others that he is with his girlfriend, as well as fretting about the possibility of looking like a dork in front of her.
In "Elementary School Musical", Wendy gave Stan a small kiss at her locker before walking away; this is notable as it was the first time Stan did not vomit thereafter. This may have been done because Parker and Stone were getting bored of the near-constant gag, similar to how they grew tired of killing Kenny after Season Five.
In "Dances with Smurfs", Stan heavily defends Wendy when she is being panned by Cartman.
Despite a rather stable relationship in later seasons, Stan has managed to irritate Wendy on occasion.
In "You Have 0 Friends", Wendy tells Stan to change his profile information on his newly created Facebook page to "in a relationship", as she was quite upset over it being listed as "Single". Later in the episode, she jealously mistook Stan's grandmother's friend, Susan, as a girl who was flirting with Stan by commenting that he looked cute in an unseen photo of a young Stan in a rabbit outfit.
In "Bass to Mouth", Wendy was infuriated when she learned that Eavesdropper had revealed a private e-mail Stan sent to Kenny, in which he called another girl's butt crack "hot". In "The Hobbit", Wendy is angered at Stan when he suggests she gets a Photoshopped image of herself.
In "Gluten Free Ebola", Wendy joined the rest of the 4th-grade class in showing their displeasure toward him and the boys after they were forced to return to school upon the failure of their start-up company. Stan broke up with her before the episode, citing his desire to put all his effort into the company, bragging that he'd be "swimming in bitches", but later regretted it. At the end of the episode, Wendy asks Stan to dance at the party, and he happily accepts her offer.
Despite their disagreements, Wendy has continued to be a girlfriend to Stan, again showing her empathy towards those around her. For example, when she helped him break his "hoarding" habit in "Insheeption", citing that it would threaten their relationship.
In "Ass Burgers", Wendy approaches Kyle about Stan's new behavior problems. Wendy attempts to get Kyle's help to roust Stan out of his depression, but Kyle refuses to help.
In "Skank Hunt", Wendy breaks up with Stan for the third time, due to the actions of internet troll Skankhunt42. This was because all of the girls believed Skankhunt42's actions spoke for the boys' opinions. However, she shows great reluctance and a bit of sorrow over doing so, as she voiced concern over the plan, and was coerced into doing so by Annie and Nichole.
In "Oh, Jeez", Stan, encouraged by Bill Clinton as part of his Gentlemen's Club program, attempts to apologize to Wendy in a restaurant, and get back together with her. This meetup ends abruptly, however, when Butters spots Stan from outside the restaurant, calls him a "traitor" for being with a girl, and presses his penis against the glass door - an act Cosby refers to as "pressing pickle". Despite this, South Park: The Fractured But Whole implies that Stan and Wendy got back together, between the relationship chart made in the development of the game stating that they were dating, and the flirtatious dialogue between the two.
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In South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, she had what seemed to be a crush on a newcomer named Gregory. She apparently liked him because he was very political, and shared many of her liberal opinions. After Stan followed the Clitoris' advice and expressed confidence, she told Stan she had never really liked Gregory, even saying, "Fuck Gregory! Fuck him right in the ear!".
Wendy is one of the stronger examples of an Eric Cartman hater, but in the Season Four episode, "Chef Goes Nanners", she had a temporary crush on him while they were working together on the flag debate. She even dreamed of herself and Cartman falling in love together in a meadow. Frightened by these feelings, she consulted Bebe for help on the matter, and Bebe told her that it was probably just sexual tension caused by working for so long beside him. Upon her advice, Wendy passionately kissed Cartman at the presentation the next day. After that, she lost all her positive and negative feelings for him, even seeming to consider him a friend.
Her hatred for him returned eight seasons later, in the episode "Breast Cancer Show Ever", where she fought him, and beat him up after he mocks breast cancer several points in the episode.
In "The Cissy", outraged by Cartman's manipulation of transgenders to use first the girl's bathroom, then get his own private bathroom. She cut her hair, wore jeans, and called herself Wendell to get back at Cartman and use his bathroom, pissing him off.
In "Raisins", after Wendy broke up with Stan, she began dating Token Black. Their relationship likely did not last long, as Token was seen with other girls in "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset". They were, however, shown riding a Ferris wheel together in "The Jeffersons". Afterward, they rarely interacted and were not seen together, so they probably had an off-screen breakup.
Despite their lack of interaction nowadays, in the Season Sixteen episode "Cartman Finds Love", Wendy tells Nichole Daniels that her supposed crush, Token, is really nice and that she dated him for a while, meaning that they might still be friends after their breakup.
Bridon Gueermo is a third-grader who Wendy and the other girls had a crush on in "Elementary School Musical". Wendy and Bridon performed many duets throughout the episode, causing Stan to become jealous. However, Wendy assured him that she would never leave him for Bridon because he could be with any girl he wanted.
Kyle and Wendy worked together in "Follow That Egg!". Wendy complimented Kyle's parenting skills, and, in the same episode, Kyle comforted her when she was missing her egg. In "The List", Wendy helps Kyle get the real list. Wendy also helps Kyle find Ike in "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe". In "Ass Burgers", Kyle and Wendy talk about Stan, and two boys say "Those two should just screw and get it over with."
Wendy and Butters are typically just neutral, but when they have rare interactions it is never good. In "Butters' Bottom Bitch", Wendy angrily attempts to fend off Butters' attempts at persuading her to join his company after he calls her a "bitch". Stan Marsh intervenes, to get him to leave her alone. He also led a rebellion against her in "Dances with Smurfs", which resulted in Butters peeing on the side of her home.
In "Breast Cancer Show Ever", Wendy and Cartman plan to fight after school, and Butters originally starts out as Cartman's biggest supporter and said he wanted Cartman to "Kick her [Wendy's] ass!" however when the fight actually begins Butters has a change of heart and eggs Wendy on along with the entire school while she gives Cartman the beating of his life and shouts "Fuck him up, Wendy!".
In "Marjorine", Wendy is among the students who did not seem to care that Butters had seemingly died.
Their relationship reached its boiling point in "The Hobbit" after Butters rejected Wendy's friend, Lisa Berger, by calling her "fat". Enraged at Butters for hurting her friend's feelings, Wendy slams Butters' locker shut and calls him an asshole. Butters admits that while Lisa seems like a nice girl, she is too overweight for him, he says he likes Kim Kardashian because she is beautiful. Wendy rolls up Butters' picture of Kim and throws it on the floor then storms off, but not before threatening to tell Mr. Mackey about what Butters "said to that poor girl." In Mr. Mackey's office, Wendy expects Butters to be in trouble but is baffled when she finds out that Mr. Mackey sides with Butters. Later in the episode, Wendy seemed to want to make peace with Butters, she politely invites him to the computer lab so she could show him how easy it is for women to photoshop images of themselves by photo-shopping an image of Lisa. He, however, mistakes that for a legitimate image of her and feels regretful for rejecting her then leaves the room.
Wendy is best friends with Bebe Stevens. They have assisted each other at various times throughout the series. In "Tom's Rhinoplasty", Bebe gave Wendy a makeover to help her impress Stan, as she thought Ms. Ellen was trying to take him from her. In "Clubhouses", Wendy unsuccessfully attempted to help Bebe begin dating Kyle.
Though they seem to be very close friends, they have had a fair share of issues. In "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society", Wendy becomes jealous of Bebe because she had become popular among the boys due to her developing breasts. However, Wendy was not the only girl to become jealous, as she was seen insulting Bebe behind her back with several other girls. Later, despite her mother's concerns, she got breast implants, presumably in order to outdo Bebe, only for her to arrive too late when the boys in class got over Bebe's breasts due to her wearing a cardboard box over her chest, causing the boys to laugh at Wendy's breast implants and call her a "stupid bitch".
In the episode, "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset", Wendy left the party as she felt the stupid spoiled whore game was demeaning to girls and did not want to be a part of it.
In "The List", Bebe and Wendy get into a fight after arguing over the list of the cutest and ugliest boys. Nevertheless, they were shown to still be friends in "Breast Cancer Show Ever". Their friendship still appears to remain alive today, as they've been shown together in the popular girls' clique in numerous instances. In addition, Bebe has a photograph of her and Wendy smiling together hung on her bedroom wall, as shown in "Cartman Finds Love" and "Skank Hunt".
Wendy acts as the leader of the female "population". The other girls look up to her as their voice of reason, though on some occasions, they ignore her suggestions. The most notable exception however was during "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset", in which Wendy, failing to grasp the trend of being a whore, was outcast from the girls.
Wendy used the girls as hypothetical examples in railing against using Photoshop to "improve" women's looks in "The Hobbit". The girls misconstrued her remarks and thus labeled her a "hater", much to Wendy's frustration and eventual dejection.
In "Clubhouses", it is suggested that Wendy had boyfriends before Stan, but the number of boyfriends or who they may have been is unknown. In the episode, after Wendy suggests coming over to play Truth or Dare in Stan's clubhouse, Stan tells Wendy that he does not have a clubhouse. Wendy replies "You don't? I thought all guys had clubhouses." Stan replies "Just how many guys' clubhouses have you been in?"
Wendy is a playable character in the game.
- Recruit the Girls - Gives the player the quest of finding out whether Monica Ryland is a two-faced bitch.
- Pose as Bebe's Boyfriend - With Bebe and Red, catch Monica in the act.
- Unplanned Parenthood - Gives the player the quest and takes the player to the abortion clinic.
- Heading North - Asks the player to translate the records and promises to help if he succeeds.
- Beat Up Clyde - Participate in the siege on Clyde's fortress. She is hurt and will give the player a Superhero Badge if he commands Butters to heal her.
When the New Kid is told to recruit the girls, he is taken to the Girls' headquarters where he meets Wendy and the girls. Since the New Kid cannot talk, Annie tells her for him. Wendy says that she and the girls will play with the boys until he does a favor for her. They are under the suspicion that Monica Ryland is a two-faced bitch, but need the New Kid to pose as Bebe's boyfriend to find out for himself.
When that quest is over, Wendy gives the New Kid a new quest to check the abortion records over at the clinic to see who the two-faced bitch really is. To make the New Kid go undercover, as a girl, they give him a makeover. The New Kid then enters the abortion clinic and checks to see the records.
He then shows the records to Wendy, but it turns out that they were written in another language. The final quest she gives is to get them translated. He then shows the records to Cartman and the others at the Elven Kingdom. Cartman tells everyone that he's seen this language before, in the Kingdom to the North, and the New Kid heads over there to get the records translated by the Minister of Montreal.
When all of that is over, Wendy and the girls read the translated document and find out that they belong to Nancy Turner, showing that the two-faced bitch was really Heidi Turner. Wendy and the girls soon forgive Heidi, thank the New Kid for serving them well, and agree to join the boys in fighting Clyde.
During the fight, she gets injured and the New Kid summons Butters to help heal her. Wendy then rewards him with a Superhero Badge.
- "The Spirit of Christmas: Jesus vs. Santa" - Wendy is seen sitting on Santa's lap.
- "The Unaired Pilot" - Wendy helps the boys recover Kyle's kidnapped brother Ike Broflovski, and becomes Stan's girlfriend.
- "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe" - Wendy's first appearance after the Christmas shorts. She and Stan become boyfriend and girlfriend in this episode. She also helps the boys to recover Ike.
- "Weight Gain 4000" - Wendy is angry that Cartman won the paper contest and not her. Later, she and Stan try to stop Mr. Garrison and Mr. Hat from assassinating Kathie Lee Gifford.
- "Pinkeye" - Wendy wins the Halloween costume contest for her Chewbacca costume, despite the fact that nearly the entire school dressed as Chewbacca. She gets turned into a zombie after Stan wishes her dead, she is later restored after Kyle kills Kenny ending the zombie curse.
- "Chickenlover"- Seen standing outside of the bookmobile with the rest of the class.
- "Tom's Rhinoplasty" - Wendy goes to drastic measures to win Stan back after he gets a crush on the substitute teacher, Ms. Ellen
- "Ike's Wee Wee"
- "Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls" - Wendy keeps inviting Stan to take her to see the independent films at the local film festival.
- "Clubhouses" - Wendy tries to get Kyle to fall in love with Bebe and has the boys build a clubhouse so they can play Truth or Dare.
- "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery" - Wins another Halloween costume contest with her Chewbacca costume.
- "Chinpokomon" - Participates in the Chinpokomon fad.
- "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics" - Appears at the start of "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" in a montage of the female characters voiced by the late Mary Kay Bergman. She also sings "It Happened in Sun Valley" with Stan in the album although this song does not appear in the episode.
- "World Wide Recorder Concert" - Seen in the classroom.
- "Chef Goes Nanners" - Wendy and Cartman are stuck working together over the flag debate, and she freaks out when she begins to have a crush on him. She eventually kisses Cartman and afterward dissolves all other romantic feelings toward him.
- "Something You Can Do with Your Finger" - Wendy teams up with the boys in their new boy band and disguises herself as another boy.
- "Helen Keller! The Musical" - Wendy is Helen Keller's mother in the school play (Helen Keller is played by Timmy).
- During this period, Wendy took, for the most part, a backseat role to her female classmates, often appearing among or alongside them, with occasional individual roles.
- "Fat Camp" - Wendy asks Ms. Choksondik if manatees are endangered when the class is asked to dissect them.
- "Scott Tenorman Must Die" - Seen at Cartman and Scott's public video viewings.
- "Proper Condom Use" - Wendy, along with the other girls, becomes paranoid that the boys will try to have sex with them without condoms on after Ms. Choksondik gives them sex education. She and the girls then build an advanced fortress to protect themselves from their male classmates and battle against the boys.
- "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society" - Wendy grows jealous of Bebe's breasts, and the male attention they bring her, so she ends up getting breast implants, despite her mother's concerns.
- "Toilet Paper" - Seen molding clay with Clyde and Bebe in art class.
- "Grey Dawn" - Seen in class.
- "Raisins" - Wendy breaks up with Stan and starts dating Token.
- "The Jeffersons" - Seen in the Jefferson residence talking to Token. She can also be seen riding the Ferris Wheel with Token.
- "Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset" - Wendy avoids becoming a "whore" and tries to get the other girls not to be whores either.
- Wendy made a brief comeback during Season Nine, before a year without making another appearance.
- "Marjorine" - Wendy and Bebe realize how hurt "Marjorine" feels after being teased by the other girls, and are the first to apologize to "her".
- "Follow That Egg!" - Wendy is teamed up with Kyle during their egg project, which drives Stan into jealousy. She is later teamed up with Bebe. She indicates feelings of regret for breaking up with Stan.
- "Erection Day" - Seen in the classroom, and in the audience in Jimmy's nightmare.
- "Smug Alert!"- Seen at Cartman's party.
- "Cartoon Wars Part I" - Seen in the classroom, skeptically agreeing to Cartman's remarks on Muslims being mad about Family Guy.
- "Imaginationland" - Seen at Cartman's party.
- Wendy made her triumphant return in the finale of Season Eleven, after nearly two years as a background character.
- "The List" - Wendy helps Stan in his investigation regarding the girl's list of the cutest and ugliest boys in school. They reconcile their relationship.
- "Eek, A Penis!" - Seen in hallways; background only.
- "Super Fun Time" - Wendy is Stan's partner and appears throughout the episode.
- "Breast Cancer Show Ever" - Seen trying to raise breast cancer awareness. She gets in trouble for threatening to beat up Cartman for making jokes about the serious disease.
- "Elementary School Musical" - Wendy performed several duets with Bridon Gueermo.
- "The Ungroundable"- Seen in the background on the playground.
- "The Coon" - Wendy points out that Mysterion might not be a boy, causing Cartman to accuse her of being the town's hero.
- "Eat, Pray, Queef" - Gets a girl to queef on Butters' face and asks Stan if he wants to study with her at the beginning of the episode. Also wonders why farts are funny but queefs are not.
- "Fishsticks" - Wendy becomes part of Cartman's entourage in an unusual change of attitude towards him, though it was shown in Cartman's imagining of things and they were always distorted, but that could also show that he has feelings for her.
- "Fatbeard"- Seen in the cafeteria and the classroom.
- "Butters' Bottom Bitch" - Butters attempts to recruit Wendy into his "kissing company". Wendy tells Butters to "leave me alone", and makes Stan defend her.
- "Dances with Smurfs" - Cartman attacks Wendy with the morning announcement since Wendy is the president of the school.
- "The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs" - Seen on the playground.
- "You Have 0 Friends" - Wendy gets upset over Stan's relationship status being "Single" on his Facebook page and tells him not only to change it to "In a Relationship", but to add her as a friend as well.
- "200" - Seen on the 4th Grade field trip.
- "Insheeption" - Wendy explains Stan's hoarding has gotten out of control and she could not take it anymore.
- "Crème Fraiche"- Seen in the cafeteria.
- "Funnybot" - Seen being held hostage at school.
- "City Sushi" - Seen at the school assembly.
- "Ass Burgers" - Wendy talks to Kyle about Stan and is seen with Stan at the end.
- "Bass to Mouth" - Wendy finds out Stan sent an email to Kenny saying he saw another girl's buttcrack, and that he liked it, making her furious and embarrassed. She later joins the group that attempts to shut down Eavesdropper.
- "1%" - She is seen in the Physical Education uniform, telling Cartman that it is in fact his fault for making them lose their recess, so therefore, he should "shut his mouth".
- "Reverse Cowgirl" - Seen in the background of Mr. Garrison's class.
- "Cash For Gold" - Seen in the background on the playground.
- "Faith Hilling" - Seen in the memeing class with the other 4th Grade students.
- "Jewpacabra" - Seen at the Easter egg hunt.
- "Butterballs" - Seen in Stan's anti-bullying video.
- "Cartman Finds Love" - Seen as a member of the cheerleader squad and at Bebe's sleepover party.
- "Sarcastaball" - Seen in Butters's dream, with Red, kissing Butters.
- "Raising the Bar" - Seen in the gym when Cartman talks about anorexia.
- "Going Native" - Seen eating in the cafeteria.
- "A Scause For Applause" - Seen in the background in Mr. Garrison's class.
- "Let Go, Let Gov" - Seen eating in the cafeteria.
- "Informative Murder Porn" - Wendy repeatedly tries to speak and make points but is interrupted every time by Cartman booing her.
- "World War Zimmerman" - Wendy appears as a cheerleader; she is seen on the far left.
- "The Hobbit" - She rails against the use of Photoshop by girls to "improve" their appearances and makes use of numerous hypothetical examples, using her classmates, that repeatedly get taken the wrong way, getting her in trouble and labeled a "hater" and "jelly". She is also shown to be the captain of the South Park cheerleading squad.
- "Gluten Free Ebola" - Wendy and the rest of the 4th-grade class ostracize the boys after they left school, told everyone to "go fuck" themselves, and started a start-up company, which eventually failed, forcing them to go back to school. Stan is shown to have broken up with Wendy before the previous episode, "Go Fund Yourself", but regrets doing so after the failure of the start-up company. She eventually reconciles with Stan once more and they dance.
- "The Cissy" - Wendy dresses like and chooses to identify as a boy, going by the name "Wendyl", in reaction to Cartman choosing to identify as a girl to use the girls' bathroom, and later to get his own bathroom.
- "Cock Magic" - Wendy is revealed to be the captain of the South Park Elementary girl's volleyball team, much to the mortification of Stan, who had previously joined in making fun of girl's volleyball.
- "Stunning and Brave" - Seen when PC Principal is announced as the new principal.
- "The City Part of Town" - Seen skateboarding in Whole Foods Market.
- "You're Not Yelping" - Seen in the cafeteria with a new student named Liza, saying she'll introduce her to the other girls. She was later seen at Whistlin' Willy's.
- "Safe Space" - Wendy is one of the people who Cartman asked to have to remove the negative comments from his Yelp and Facebook pages. PC Principal confronted her in his office, but she rejected him, earning herself two weeks of detention.
- "Tweek x Craig" - Wendy presents a showcase of Yaoi artwork drawn by The Asian Girls during assembly. She later runs after Tweek to comfort him after he runs off in tears following him and Craig's "break-up".
- "Sponsored Content"- Seen in the hallway.
- "Member Berries" - She and the other female students blame Cartman for internet trolling.
- "Skank Hunt" - Conspires with her fellow female classmates to get back at the boys for Skankhunt42's wrongdoings. She also breaks-up with Stan for the third time.
- "The Damned" - Seen in Stan's photos on his iPhone as he reminisces about their prior relationship.
- "Wieners Out" - Along with Bebe Stevens, Annie Knitts, and Nichole Daniels, complains to PC Principal about the boys' protest during their volleyball game.
- "Douche and a Danish" - Seen in the battle between the girls and the boys.
- "Oh, Jeez" - Seen at a restaurant with Stan Marsh, who tries to get her to take him back.
- "Put It Down" - Sings Put It Down with the other students.
- "Hummels & Heroin" - Attends Marcus' birthday party. Plays in the bouncy house with Nelly. Later rallies with Marcus after witnessing his presentation in the school cafeteria.
- "Sons A Witches" - Sits with Heidi at lunch.
- "Doubling Down" - Takes Heidi out to eat with the other girls. Teases her for her relationship with Cartman, although playfully, she unintentionally hurts Heidi's feelings.
- "Moss Piglets" - Voices her concerns for Heidi at lunch. Argues with Heidi at the bus stop.
- "SUPER HARD PCness" - Seen watching a fight between Cartman and Heidi.
- "Splatty Tomato" - Seen in the crowd at the end of the episode.
- "Dead Kids" - Seen in class.
- "The Problem with a Poo" - Seen in the school band. Later seen watching Mr. Hankey leave South Park.
- "Tegridy Farms" - Seen in the playground and in the cafeteria.
- "The Scoots" - Questions why Kenny wants to trick or treat with the girls. Later trick or treats with an E-Scooter.
- "Time To Get Cereal" - Seen in the school's playground after evacuation.
- "Buddha Box" - Seen in class.
- "Unfulfilled" - Seen during the "Unfulfilled" montage and at the protest.
- "Bike Parade" - Seen at the bike parade.
- "Band in China" - Seen at the Autumn Fest.
- "Shots!!!" - Seen in the cafeteria.
- "Let Them Eat Goo" - Protests for meat-free school meals.
- "Tegridy Farms Halloween Special" - Seen at the school assembly.
- "Board Girls" - Seen at the school assembly and at the Board Girls Gaming Club.
- "Basic Cable" - Seen in the classroom.
- "Christmas Snow" - Seen at Santa's Workshop with her father.
- "The Pandemic Special" - Seen in quarantine at school with the other students.
- Wendy lost her major character status to Kyle when Kyle's personality began resembling hers, eliminating the need for many episodes centered around Stan and Wendy. Although, as of the Season Seventeen finale, she seems to have regained her major status.
- Wendy is the most popular female student at South Park Elementary.
- Wendy is the first female child major character to appear.
- Despite Call Girl (Wendy's superhero alter-ego) being listed as an Atheist on her character chart, Wendy's parents have been shown attending the South Park Church on several occasions. Wendy can also be seen participating in Christmas activities in "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" and "Christmas Snow". It is possible that Wendy is ethnically Catholic but self-identifies as an atheist.
- Wendy is currently the only female student who is a feminist.
- Wendy is the first female character to wear a hat, the second being Heidi.
- In the episode "Let Them Eat Goo" Wendy eliminates food that has to do with animals. However, to eat she proposes fish, which is also an abundant animal.
- A picture of Wendy can be found as a junk item in Stan's room.
- If the New Kid commands Butters to heal her in Beat Up Clyde, he receives a special reward from Wendy.
- Wendy, along with Bebe, Red, Allie Nelson, Monica, and Annie Knitts are the only members of the girls to have major roles.
- "Call Girl's Character Sheet, real religions match those of the actual character".
- "Douche and Turd".
- "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe".
- "Cherokee Hair Tampons".
- "Unaired Pilot".
- Taking South Park Seriously By Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock. Publisher: SUNY Press, 2008, ISBN 0791475654/ISBN 9780791475652 Pages 8-9. Retrieved on April 17th, 2009.
- "FAQ - South Park Studios". southparkstudios.com.
- "The Babes of South Park". www.wackyvoices.com (Retrieved on April 25, 2009.).