I removed reference to her hometown, as it was never stated, and nothing indicates she lives in Middleton, not even her one cameo in the MHS bleachers during a football game (Kim must not have seen her or she would have made a move on her). Her appearance there was probably to check up on "Stevie".
By your own term, "Team" is an affiliation. If Chicken-man and Hog-man as her hench"men" are not her "team", then what are they?
- They are as you said, her henchmen. They are not part of a titled team or group. If we allow henchmen or lackeys to be placed under affiliation then pretty much every villain will have this. This is a place to note things like Steve Barkin is affiliated with Middleton High School or Will Du is affiliated with Global Justice. Not statements like Dementor is affiliated with Byron, simply because he worked with him does not make them a titled team or group.
- Does this make sense?
- Mknopp (talk) 13:46, December 10, 2012 (UTC)
Wasn't it shown in Partners that Amy lives in Middleton?
No. No dialogue or visual placed her house in Middleton.
Correct me if I am wrong, but here is what I remember. Amy makes the dinosaur in her basement. The very next scene has Drakken, Shego, and Amy following it as it rampages through Middleton. Therefore, Amy's house pretty much has to be in Middleton.
Considering that especially Upperton and Lowerton are neighboring enough to be considered as a Tri-City (not to mention Eastside), then that --to *moi*-- is not really conclusive her house is in Middleton.
I shall, however, not argue it too strongly. She was, after all, seen at the MHS game…
- No, that is a very good point. Her house could have very easily been in one of the other tri-city cities. I agree with the change.
- Good work, as usual. Thank you for your contributions.
Dap00's question has been moved and replied to in the forum.