While the boys are waiting for the school bus, Cartman explains the odd nightmare he had about alien visitors abducting him. Cartman tells Kyle, Stan and Kenny that he dreamed he was abducted by aliens and given an anal probe. The boys think it actually happened, but Cartman refuses to believe. After they board the school bus Kyle looks out the rear window and is horrified to see his baby brother Ike taken away by aliens. At lunch Stan is confronted by his secret love Wendy Testaburger and gets so nervous he vomits on her. Even though he always pukes in her presence, the two decide to meet later. Cartman emits a fart, followed by a long metal stalk with a giant mechanical eye.
Wendy Testaburger's Feet
Wendy Testaburger: Have you ever skipped rope? Wendy Testaburger: Have you never played ball? Wendy Testaburger: Never jumped around? Wendy Testaburger: Have you never danced at all? Skipping rope left and right.
Various student characters attend the fictional school South Park Elementary in the animated television show South Park. The school is one of the most prominent settings on the show, the narrative of which revolves mostly around the students. While there have been a few characters from varying grades have been depicted in recurring minor roles, the students in the fourth grade —including central characters Stan Marsh , Kyle Broflovski , Kenny McCormick , and Eric Cartman —receive the primary focus of the series. The fourth grade class is taught throughout most of the series by Mr. Garrison, with a hiatus between seasons 4 and 6 when he is replaced by Ms. These students also attended class under Mr. Garrison during their previous time as third graders during South Park ' s first three-and-a-half seasons. In tradition with the show's cutout animation style, all characters listed below are composed of simple geometrical shapes and bright colors. In addition to the main characters, other students below will sometimes give a brief monologue as a means of expressing the lessons they have attained during the course of an episode.
Kenny and Wendy have never truly interacted alone in the show, and is considered a crack pairing. In the pilot episode "Cartman Gets An Anal Probe", Kenny gives Stan advice about talking to Wendy, saying "Look at the cat on the feet, then touch her" although this was most likely an example of Kenny's normal perversion and not aimed in anyway more so at Wendy than it would be any other girl. Wendy expresses anger towards Cartman not willing to participate in the canned food drive in the episode "Starvin' Marvin", although she simply may have been defending the principle and not Kenny personally. Just trying to be gender-neutral". Kendy is one of the more popular straight crack pairings, and has several fanfictions that include it dedicated to the pairing. The pairing is occasionally touched upon as a way to pair the spares. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki.