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|“||I told her, "Don't... f*%k... with... Wendy... Testaburger"!||„|
|~ Wendy Testaburger at the end of "Tom's Rhinoplasty"|
|~ Wendy Testaburger|
Wendy Testaburger is the primary female character of South Park and is the love interest of Stan Marsh. She is one of the major characters of South Park, and often serves as the protagonist when Kenny dies or is absent. She is a female student at South Park Elementary. She has been voiced by four people during the series' run: Mary Kay Bergman, Eliza J. Schneider, Mona Marshall, and currently April Stewart.
Wendy is typically portrayed as nice, feminine, and liberal in nature. In early seasons she argues with Cartman over various issues, usually providing a voice of reason and taking a liberal standpoint, much like Kyle in later seasons. She is often a great kindness and heroism, however, she also displays negative traits such as jealousy and anger. Wendy is the class president and vice-chairgirl of the girl's club.
Wendy is the apple of Stan's eye. Every time they interact, Stan gets nervous and throws up. Their relationship is fairly nebulous, though it's clear there's a mutual attraction. Wendy's relationship with Stan was a major subplot up until Season 7 when she finally dumped him. Wendy didn't make any major appearances after this until Season 11 when she and Stan worked together to uncover a conspiracy among the girls. The two rediscovered their feelings for each other and have since gone steady.
Wendy and Cartman have a long-standing hostility towards each other that has gotten worse over time. When Cartman beat her at a writing competition, Wendy went out of her way to prove he cheated. Cartman teamed up with Wendy in a debating team just to get under her skin, but the end result was more than either character was ready for. Wendy developed feelings for Cartman that she could only overcome by kissing him... right in front of Stan (and the audience as well). After that, Wendy went back to hating Cartman, but Cartman seemed to have developed a crush on Wendy. After bring pushed too far by Cartman following a presentation on breast cancer, Wendy challenged Cartman to a fight. Cartman loudly boasted about how he'd beat her, but was secretly scared of fighting Wendy and begged her to call it off. Wendy gave Cartman the beating of his life, humiliating him in front of the whole school. Cartman got his revenge by launching a smear campaign against Wendy which backfired against him in the end.
|“||No, it's okay, Stan! Everything's going to be o-kay!||„|
|~ Wendy Testaburger in "Tom's Rhinoplasty"|
|“||Stan, it's been really great hanging out with you again, I feel like you've changed somehow, in a really awesome way.||„|
|~ Wendy Testaburger at the end of "The List"|
|“||I would never leave you for Bridon.||„|
|~ Wendy Testaburger telling Stan she would never leave him in "Elementary School Musical"|
|“||No way, that'd be stupid, I wouldn't have a chance with Bridon, he can be with any girl he wants.||„|
|~ Wendy Testaburger as she shuts her locker and walks away, kissing Stan on the right cheek in "Elementary School Musical"|
- In the early episodes, Wendy was voiced by the late Mary Kay Bergman. After Bergman's death, Mona Marshall took over her role and Eliza Schneider took over her role after Marshall retired from her role. After Schneider left the role, April Stewart is now the current voice for Wendy.