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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.
She also has 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 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, and liberal in nature.
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.
In "Something You Can Do with Your Finger", she became a member of Eric Cartman's "boy band" Fingerbang, after wowing the boys with a song similar to the popular euphemistic "Miss Susie" rhyme.
Wendy also took part in the Thanksgiving musical play in "Helen Keller! In "Elementary School Musical", she performed the opening song as well as several other duets with Bridon Gueermo. Hankey's Christmas Classics, Wendy performs a duet with Stan Marsh entitled "It Happened in Sun Valley".
Wendy Testaburger is a female character on South Park. She has been voiced by four people during the series' run: Mary Kay Bergman, Eliza J.
Schneider, Mona Marshall, and currently April Stewart.