|“||Ok Fry, we're done putting on the bra!||”|
Amy used to be rather overweight as a child because she had an insatiable appetite. She was later able to lose all the weight and is currently able to control herself as an adult. However, she can lose control very easily such as in "The Prisoner of Benda" where she reverted to becoming fat and put Leela's body in bad shape when they switched bodies.
Amy is a young Mars University student who divides her time between her studies as an engineering student and her internship at Planet Express - a post she got because she happens to be the same blood type as Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth. In the episode "That Darn Katz!", Amy received her doctorate in Applied Physics after being an intern at Planet Express for 12 years, which Professor Farnsworth remarks she was ready 6 years ago but he forgot to tell her.
Amy's parents, Leo and Inez Wong, own Mars' entire western hemisphere, the best hemisphere on Mars, according to Leo. They make their fortune raising buggalo, a breed of livestock found on Mars. They have made a number of donations to Mars University to further Amy's position in the school, so much so that she is a member of the sorority Kappa Kappa Wong. They are extremely hopeful in their request that she marry and provide them with grandchildren.
|“||Dad! Why do you think I always wear these dumb boy sweatsuits?||”|
|“||To hide your big fat butt, that's why!||”|
The owner of an extensive and impressive wardrobe, Amy is normally seen in a light pink sweatsuit that exposes her midriff and belly button, in an attempt to mimic the son her father always wanted, as seen in "Into The Wild Green Yonder". Another reason, as shown in "Put Your Head On My Shoulder" is to annoy her parents, as they want her to be more ladylike.
While she is not attractive by conventional standards but friendly, and empathetic, Amy has dated numerous men, including Fry, but hardly any of them took her seriously. The men that dated her have rarely seen her as more than a casual fling, including Fry. Fry has twice pretended to be Amy's boyfriend in order to save face with her parents. The first time was in "A Flight to Remember", where Amy claimed Fry was her boyfriend to prevent her parents from setting her up with people she wasn't attracted to. The second time was during "Proposition Infinity", in an attempt to convince Amy's parents that she was no longer robosexual. She has also dated Bender, even being physically intimate with him, and nearly married him in that same episode. However, Bender left her at the end of the episode because Amy wanted a monogamous relationship. She has also shown interest in other women, like when she kissed Leela in "Bender's Game," implying that she may be bisexual. Her interstellar travels with Planet Express allowed her to meet males of other species, such as a being of pure energy, M5438, until she married the shy, squishy, good-hearted green Amphibiosan Lieutenant Kif Kroker. In The Beast with a Billion Backs, she slept with his commanding officer Zapp Brannigan, who took advantage of her grief after Kif's death. After being revived, Kif was initially unwilling to take her back after he learned that Amy had slept with Zapp. They eventually fixed their relationship, and Kif went with her and the rest of the Planet Express crew into the Panama wormhole. In Proposition Infinity, Kif left Amy because she was flirting with bad boys, which made Kif feel insecure and like Amy wasn't taking their relationship seriously. In the same episode she dated Bender and they campaigned to make Robosexuality (sexual relationships between humans and robots) legal, and win the right for marriage. They won their case, but Bender dumped her after finding out that Amy wanted a monogamous relationship. Kif then goes to her home on a motorcycle and wearing leather and dark shades. He revved it up to impress her, and then took her back, riding off into the sunset with her.
Amy speaks multiple languages including Yeti, and she often swears in Cantonese. She also adds extra consonants to certain words or even substitutes consonants, such as "smeesh" (a variant of the exclamation "sheesh!"). Additionally, while not very fluent, she can speak a bit of Martian. For example, "Aieyah! Jung lei! ngo da sei lei!" in Cantonese slang translates to: "Good Grief, I hate you! I will beat you senseless!" (Despite roughly translating to "Gah! I hate you! I will beat you to death!") In the episode "Amazon Women in the Mood", Amy angrily twists Bender's arm when he refuses to help reprogram the Femputer, saying "Fa te fung chi gu li da si ne!" which means in Cantonese: "You better do it or I'll kill you!".
Amy is a klutzy girly-girl who likes to party a lot. She is kind of spoiled due to her parents being rich and she once had a time where she used to look down on the poor. She has a sense of justice and patriotism, but gets frustrated when in desperate and hard situations. She constantly gets guilt-ridden and is always naive, falling for many things, including when she thought that Fry was actually interested in her, which he never was. Amy is also bad at placing and losing things such as failing to hide her wallet in her pocket fully only to have it stolen by people like Bender. She is rebellious against her parents in their many immoral schemes, once even to destroy twelve percent of the Milky Way to build a giant "mini-golf course".
|“||Sporty go-cart, Leela. So hip and sexy. Not like you at all.||”|
|“||Hey professor, what's this scrumpf blorking out of the machine?||”|
|“||You trashed my board?||”|
|“||No spluh, why do you think I'm sitting here in a stink-free zone?||”|
|“||Sometimes you meet a guy and think he's a pig, but later on, you find out he actually has a really good body||”|
|“||Hey, Ancient Martian's a very hard language. Ah-heungi-Guh looks just like Ahgunte-Cle-deh!||”|
- She is the owner of an obscene tattoo which is generally known to be both funny and cute, but is sadly not visible due to primitive low-definition TV reception. She also has four other tattoos - one of a devil on her shoulder and another three on her butt, one of which is of her mom and another being a horse (presumably). She is also shown to be allergic to cats, as shown in "That Darn Katz!" She is part of the Wong Family, who are known for being very wealthy. However, as a running gag of the show Amy often gets robbed by a greedy Bender who is always after her wallet or valuable riches.
- A drink recipe commemorating her tattoo can be found here.
- In the episode "In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela", Amy is seen in a latex outfit with a whip. This may mean that Amy is into Fetish Play and possibly S&M.
- A running gag on the show has Amy riding on her party board, only to lose control of it and crash hard on the floor with it.
- Amy's e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org as revealed in "Bender's Big Score". This also would mean she is born in 2979.
- Amy's parents always want grandchildren but Amy is the adoptive mother of Kif's children.
- Aside from Scruffy, Nibbler, and the Planet Express Ship, she is the only Planet Express employee to not have her name in an episode title.
- Amy is a notorious klutz. She loses things, is the victim/cause of many accidents, and frequently falls over or trips on things.
- She also does not know what rent is.
- Before she met Kif, Amy had few boyfriends. She often made Leela jealous or angry of her looks in spite of the fact that Leela is considered by everyone to be much better looking.
- At Mars University, Amy was a member of the sorority Kappa Kappa Wong and was an engineering student of Professor Farnsworth.
- On two occasions, she has had a relationship with Fry.
- Despite being socially aware and 'bubbly', she is a bit of a ditz and suffers from her own naivete (physically and socially) in many episodes.
- Speaks Yeti.
- Like her parents, when she gets mad or frustrated, she starts speaking Cantonese, a Chinese dialect; however, Lauren Tom has made mistakes and Mandarin occasionally slips in.
- Is an honorary Globetrotter.
- Is the only staff member not seen in the game.
- Has a pet Buggalo named Betsy.
- An alternate version of her named Gynecaladriel appeared in Bender's Game.
- Is highly allergic to cats.
- When she was younger, she was too cute, and had to get Cuteness Reduction Surgery, as told in "The Cyber House Rules".
- Amy’s parents are obsessive about her producing grandchildren, maintaining her weight, and being a housewife.
- Amy has the same blood type as Professor Farnsworth, which is precisely the reason why was hired as an intern.
Her star sign is Sagittarius, according to Ethan "Bubblegum" Tate, which puts her birth date in late November or early to mid December.
- According to "The Prisoner of Benda", she has been an employee at Planet Express since at least 2992. If her birth year is in fact 2979, that would mean she won Employee of the Year at the age of 13. On the other hand, given the general level of competence of Planet Express employees, perhaps it is not that surprising that a 13-year old would win.
Amy appears in all but five episodes of the series:
- "Space Pilot 3000"
- "Fear of a Bot Planet"
- "Brannigan, Begin Again"
- "The Birdbot of Ice-Catraz"
- "Roswell that Ends Well"
Of the main seven characters, Amy makes the fourth-most number of appearances, after Zoidberg (who appears in all but three episodes), Farnsworth (who appears in all but two episodes) and the main trio (Fry, Leela and Bender are the only characters to appear in every single episode of the series).
- Note: Amy's actual birthday is unknown. Her e-mail shows that she is born in 2979, but her Birthday is either in November or December (between November 22 or December 22) due to her Zodiac sign being a Saggitarius.
- "The Series Has Landed"
- "Mars University"
- "Put Your Head on My Shoulder"
- "Love's Labours Lost in Space"
- The Beast With a Billion Backs
- Into the Wild Green Yonder
- Bender's Big Score
|Amy Wong • Bender Bending Rodríguez • Hermes Conrad • Hubert J. Farnsworth • John A. Zoidberg • Philip J. Fry • Turanga Leela|