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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.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. 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.Because Kathie Lee Gifford had already left at that point, nobody cared, further annoying her. 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.South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut shows her with the rest of the third graders at Stark's Pond, ice skating.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.From 1997 to 1999, Wendy Testaburger was voiced by Mary Kay Bergman.
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".Wendy's voice changed little with Schneider and Marshall, however, her voice was altered drastically with Stewart, to a much lower, more mature tone.Wendy wears a pink beret, a light purple jacket with a navy blue trim, navy blue gloves, and yellow trousers.Mc Cormick, 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.