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Change can be difficult, but it's how we grow. It can be the hardest thing to realize you can't hold on to something forever. Sometimes, you have to let it go; but, of the things you let go, you'd be surprised what makes its way back to you.
—Anne Boonchuy (narrating), The Hardest Thing

Anne Savisa Boonchuy (แอนน์ สาวิสา บุญช่วย) is the protagonist of Amphibia. She is a 13-year-old Thai-American human girl in seventh grade, who stole the Calamity Box for her friends Sasha Waybright and Marcy Wu[13] on her 13th birthday.[14] After Anne opened the box, the three friends were transported to Amphibia.

While lost on a strange, lily pad-shaped[15][16][17][18] island, Anne finds a new friend, an enthusiastic young frog named Sprig Plantar. Together they start seeking adventures and exploring the secrets of the world of Amphibia. Anne and her new frog family try to uncover the mystery behind the Calamity Box and a way to get Anne back home, along with trying to find her two other friends, Marcy and Sasha who were transported with her. She represented the blue gem of Heart on the Calamity Box.

In season 3, Anne returns home alone with the Plantars in tow, and must keep their identities as frog people a secret from the other humans while trying to find a way to return to Amphibia so she can rescue her friends and defeat King Andrias once and for all. At the same time, she must thwart the various deadly schemes against her and her family which Andrias sends to Earth. Anne eventually goes back to Amphibia and joins the resistance aiming to defeat Andrias, and end his reign.

After the invasion failed and realizing that the red moon is falling because of the Core, Anne, Sasha and Marcy are imbued with the gem powers to push it back. Unable to do so, Anne absorbs all the gem powers and destroys the moon and the Core, but loses her life in the process. However, Anne is brought to a limbo-like dimension via a copy created by the gems' creator, who offers her a job to replace it as the new guardian of the multiverse, but she turns it down as she is still a teenager. It agrees to wait until Anne lives her entire human life to ask her again and sends her back to Amphibia, where she happily reunites with her friends. With the gem shards only able to open one more portal, she says her final goodbyes to the Plantars before returning home to LA alongside Sasha and Marcy.

10 years later, as an adult, Anne is a herpetologist who specializes in amphibians at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California, designing the entire exhibit after Amphibia and the friends she made there. Later, Sasha and Marcy, who are also adults, arrive at the aquarium to meet her and celebrate her 23rd birthday together.




Anne is a Thai-American teenage girl with a slender build, and has light brown skin and messy auburn hair. She is noticeably taller than Marcy but shorter than Sasha. Anne also has dark brown eyes. Anne has two small leaves and a stick stuck in her hair for the duration of her time on Amphibia. Even when she removes them when she changes outfits, they always reappear once she wears her normal outfit again or by the next episode. The leaves and stick are no longer present upon Anne's return to her world. Initially, they were absent when she returned to Amphibia,[12] however, by "Commander Anne", they were present again.

When using her blue gem calamity powers, Anne has the ability to activate a super mode of sorts. When she does so, her hair and eyes become a neon blue color and she obtains antler-like twigs in her hair, which have leaves growing off of them.[9]


During the first two seasons, Anne wore a school uniform as her everyday outfit. It consisted of a gray t-shirt with a purple collar and a Saint James Middle School (SJMS) crest embroidered on it, a short purple skirt, a pair of yellow sneakers with white lining, and gray socks. She also carried a magenta pink backpack with a TUFSTUF logo on it,[14] which contains all of her personal belongings. Following her transportation to Amphibia, she lost her right shoe, and her shirt has a stain on the left front side. Following her return to Amphibia, Anne wears an identical school uniform, and a new pair of the same shoes.[12] Her shirt still gets stained when she is transported back to Amphibia[12], and she loses yet another shoe in Commander Anne.

Anne in the first half of season 3

After returning to Earth, she wore her casual clothes instead of her school uniform. These consisted of a white t-shirt with pink sleeves and an orange flame symbol on the front, light blue jean shorts, a yellow jacket with pockets and a dark frog symbol at the back that she tied around her waist, a pair of white socks with pink colors at the toe areas and a pair of purple and white sneakers.

Toward the end of her first stay in Amphibia and upon her return, she wears a gold chest armor with blue trim and frog symbol.[19][20][9][12]

Anne has several other clothing appearances throughout the show:

In "Lily Pad Thai", she wore a piece of traditional Thai attire known as a "Sabai," which consisted of a green wrapped skirt with geometric print, a cream breast cloth draped over one shoulder, a chain of flowers in her hair, and an elaborate flower bracelet on her wrist.

In "Anne Hunter", she imagined herself in a black suit with black boots and a chestplate. The leaves were also gone from her hair. She had a black bow and a blue-tipped arrow.

In "Hop Pop and Lock", Anne wore her bun on her head with a green ribbon tying it together, with a light pink headband. She also wore a green undershirt with a slightly darker pink T-Shirt. She also wore dark brown athletic shorts complemented by fuzzy pink legging cuffs. During the dance, she wore a dark marine blue dress with her hair tied onto one side with a blue ribbon.

In "Girl Time", she wore her cleansed hair flat reaching her shoulders after a spa and haircut treatment. She also wore a dark lime and yellow knee-length dress with a cross-stitched across the chest, and light brown shoes with black laces.

Her swimming kit consists of a sleeveless black shirt, with cyan linings across the sides. She wears lilac-colored shorts and dark aquamarine sandals, which contain yellow straps.[13][21]

Her sleeping attire includes a plain white T-shirt along with dark purple shorts with a violet-colored stripe.[22][23]

In "Fight at the Museum" and "Froggy Little Christmas", her sleeping attire is a blue T-shirt with dark trim neck line, dog print on the center, and pair of yellow shorts with pink and purple hearts on the bottom.

In "Stakeout" during her hallucination, she wore her normal clothing; however, her hair didn't have the leaves that are typically shown in the series. Instead, her hair glowed many shades of blue, purple, and pink, as her entire body, including a small twig in her hair, glowed with a blue and purple hue, which almost resembles her calamity powered hair.

For her Frog of the Year party, her hair was cleansed, straightened, and styled in a way that resembles a pixie cut.[24] She wore bachelor clothes consisting of a white tuxedo, a black bowtie, a powder blue undershirt, light gray lapels, a small gold button that pins the coat together, and a purple sash that wraps from her right shoulder all the way to her back.[24] Her dress shoes were peanut brown and of a darker shade near the toe, heel, and tongue and had black hidden knot laces.[24]

In "The Big Bugball Game", she wore black shorts and a Team Farmers shirt with purple and yellow stripes, and a yellow 'F' on the front. She also wore a blindfold at the end of the episode.

In the events immediately preceding her teleportation to Amphibia, her design was identical except that she has her right shoe.[14] During the battle at Toad Tower, Anne wore her normal outfit but along with brown metal breastplate armor, a green metal pauldron that has a frog foot symbol on her left shoulder and leather bands.[14]

In part of "Civil Wart" and "New Wartwood", Anne is seen wearing a dark gray zipped hoodie with darker hems and cuffs and a small SJMS crest on the front. In "Wally and Anne", she's seen wearing a similar hoodie, but with no crest and no zipper.

During the episode "Thai Feud", Anne wore a green apron, a red bandana and a barrette.

During the episode "Temple Frogs", Anne wore a Thai Go hat.

Anne was sometimes shown without her yellow jacket,[25][26][27][11][28][29][30][31][32] or with it worn on her shoulders.[29][33]

During her first Christmas since returning from Amphibia, Anne wore a light green Santa hat, green sweater, a yellow scarf, a red plaid skirt, a candy cane and mistletoe hairclip and a pair of brown ugg boots.[32]

During the epilogue, Anne can be seen wearing a dark green collared shirt that has the logo of the Aquarium alongside a lanyard that has her I.D badge attached to it. Her hair is tied to a Thai-style scrunchie with leaves embroidered on it. She is also wearing cream-colored shorts with yellow and brown boots. She has a bandage at her right knee, and a butterfly bracelet on her left wrist.


Anne is at first described as "self-centered" by the official series description and as "fearless and independent" by her voice actress, Brenda Song.[34] Anne, filled with an adventurous spirit and excitement, is fun-loving yet determined, and will not hesitate to protect her friends and family.

Anne's characterization, much like most major characters in this show, has noticeable development throughout the show. When she first appeared, Anne, though appearing strong-willed and confident, was shown to be easily manipulated and lonely deep-down.[13] She was manipulated into skipping school,[14] vandalizing buildings[14] and robbing a thrift store[13] by her best friends. Unknowingly, she acted this way towards her new friend, Sprig, to a lesser extent, manipulating him into doing something he didn't wish to do.[13]

Anne promising to Hop Pop to act more responsible.

Anne was also irresponsible and a bit of a rule-breaker, not respecting the limitations on her freedom within both Amphibia and the human world. Anne not only stole a music box while knowing it wasn't right to, but she also showcases somewhat of a stubborn personality.[13] This was shown throughout the series from when Anne pushed Sprig to go to the lake even though Hop Pop specifically told them not to as he was still having doubts about Anne - thinking how he shouldn't let a "monster" that is Anne wander outside and terrorize the town[13] (however, both of these instances had the underlying context of Anne's insecurity and lack of social confidence influencing her poor decisions out of fear of damaging the bonds with those close to her). Oftentimes, Anne knows the wrong decisions she makes aren't right, but she isn't willing to admit it unless she was under massive amounts of pressure. She learned her mistake when she knew it wasn't the right idea to fake being ill, as it was likely the reason the rest of the Plantar family became sick due to an extra workload during a storm.[35] She did attempt to make up for her mistake by taking care of the Plantars in their sick state, but she didn't admit her errors to the family until she believed they were going to die from the "disease" they caught.[35] Following this incident, Anne became less conniving and manipulative after her laziness nearly got her adoptive family killed (or so they thought).

Back on Earth, Anne was lazy and selfish, even if not overtly, with little interest about what was going on around herself and believing her problems were worse than others because they were hers. Upon meeting the native Amphibians, Anne was taken aback by their way of living. It is only when she started living with the Plantars that she began to open up and learn more about herself. Anne realized that much of what she was brought up on made her somewhat materialistic, and she began to accept simpler ways of living (though she still relies on her cell phone and has apparently gotten others addicted to its functions). There are even parts of herself that she had suppressed that, thanks to Sprig and the rest of the Plantars, she has opened up to such as cooking.[5]

Anne finally comfortable about herself.

Despite all of her flaws, Anne still proved herself brave, caring, compassionate and kind in her early days in Amphibia, even if she was alienated by her fellow townspeople. Although she initially trapped an unfamiliar world, Anne demonstrated an incredible amount of bravery. She was brave enough to hold back the red praying mantis that was twice her size, in the hopes that Sprig and the Wartwood townsfolk could flee unharmed.[4] A natural athlete, Anne is great at several athletic activities, such as basketball, volleyball, and swimming. She's also seen to be interested in and to participate in sports such as tennis and baseball (or a variation of it played by the Plantar siblings). Anne, at her core, is kind-hearted, though Anne's true selfless nature comes out when others are in danger. In these situations, Anne is willing to do seemingly anything to protect others, such as climbing entire mountains, fighting giant monsters and even standing up to entire armies. Eventually, Anne becomes not only a worthy member of the town, but a hero to most of its' townsfolk.

Anne is a child of the modern era; a pop-culture enthusiast with a love for young-adult romance and adventure movies and TV and also reads manga. She has sometimes said slang words and internet acronyms such as "Lit", "IRL", "BRB", and used the shrug emoji when she wrote a letter to announce Sprig's breakup.[36] Anne would show a dislike to pineapples (especially as a pizza topping) and will threaten anyone mentioning them.[37] Whenever she has downtime, she's pretty much always seen on her phone, listening to music, watching shows and films she downloaded and sometimes looking at or showing others pictures of her home. Anne's obsession with her phone has been implied to be more sentimental in nature - as she is shown to care most for the uses and memories the phone contains.[38] During her stay in Amphibia, although she still appreciated her phone, she grew less attached to it and found other things to do in her spare time. When Sprig asked her about the disc, Anne claims that she's from another dimension and not the 90s.[39]

Anne is shown to take great interest in the romantic lives of her loved ones - going far out of her way to try to make Sprig[40] and Hop Pop[41] confess their feelings to their crushes respectively. Despite this, she can be downright brutal with her breakups, giving her the title of "Angel of Death" back on Earth.[36] She's also a practitioner of easy-break ups, advocating Sprig break up with Maddie via a letter.[36]

Anne cares about her adoptive family very much and greatly enjoys hanging out with them, especially Sprig and Polly. In general, she acts very sisterly towards Sprig and Polly, almost always carrying Polly before she got her legs, and giving Sprig lots of advice on dating, having fun, and other things. She also cares about their needs, including when she was willing to break up Sprig and Maddie because of how anxious and stressed Sprig was feeling. Within the first few months of her stay, she starts referring to the Plantars as her family without hesitation. The tipping point of Anne's acceptance, however, came when the Tax Collectors came to town.[42] Though she joined them, she was the only member to show compassion for the residents and eventually used her sword-fighting skills to fight off the Tax Collectors, nearly getting killed in the process.[42] After the battle at Toad Tower, Anne told the Plantars that they were family to her.[14]

Anne is also shown to have a particular desire for friends. However, Anne is also sometimes naïve, depicted in how she is easily manipulated by her human friends, so much so that she did anything to be friends with Sasha and Marcy, as she believed they wouldn't want to be friends with her if she follow through with their requests. Anne explained to Sprig the unhealthy perception that friends help each other always without objection,[43] essentially blind obedience. Through her constant interaction with Sprig, a somewhat simple-minded child, Anne is able to look at friendship in a whole new way. She begins to desire a more compassionate friendship with those close to her.

Her relationships with her friends also begin to unravel as it becomes apparent that much of her decisions were more the result of being pressured by their wants and needs, whether it be by manipulations from Sasha or feeling responsible for Marcy's clumsiness. During the battle at Toad Tower, she finally sees through Sasha's manipulative tactics thanks to Sprig, who sees Anne for who she is: a kind and considerate person who is willing to protect her friends.[14] Throughout the show, Anne has also become more open-minded regarding her human friends, even after learning what Sasha and Marcy did, as she was willing to give them the benefit of the doubt, knowing that while they made many mistakes, none of them truly wanted to cause her harm. This became even more evident after she had to leave them behind, vowing to find a way back to them, even after Marcy having just revealed her intentions about getting the girls to Amphibia.[32]


Life back on Earth

Anne is bullied by Maggie for being Thai.

Anne was born in 2006 to a Thai couple who immigrated to the United States from Bangkok, Thailand.[32] Which her parents operated their restaurnat Thai Go. Growing up, Anne had a complicated relationship with her mother due to her lazy nature and loud tendencies,[44] but they still loved each other and at one point when she was little, Anne went on a trip to Thailand with her mom.[45] Anne also went to a Thai school to study the language, but only learned enough to barely put a sentence of Thai together.[26]

When she was in kindergarten, she and her friend Marcy Wu befriended Sasha Waybright after she (relatively) protected them from some bullies[20] and since, they grew up together. Anne was a lazy student while attending school, preferring to slack off rather than study and would often go to the mail to intercept her report card to keep her mom and dad from finding out about her bad grades.[46] Over time, her friendship with Sasha became toxic as one time Sasha encouraged Anne and Marcy to have a dance party on their school's roof and blow off a rehearsal for a medieval school play and when they were caught, Anne took the blame and said she was the mastermind and her mother and father penalized her for a month.[47] She was bullied and picked on by a girl named Maggie for her family's customs, but Sasha would stick up for Anne and thus, Anne had to rely on Sasha for protection, even when Sasha made fun of Anne's Thai heritage as well.[14]

Incident with the Calamity Box

Anne stealing the Calamity Box.

On her 13th birthday, Sasha convinced Anne to ditch school and have fun at an arcade.[14] When Anne tried to leave in order to go to celebrate her birthday back home, Sasha strongarms her to blow it off[14] and rob a music box from a thrift store.[13] That night, when Anne, Sasha and Marcy are at the park, Anne opens the music box and they are suddenly transported away to Amphibia, a world with anthropomorphic frogs and dangerous creatures.[15][13] Anne arrives in Amphibia in the forest near Wartwood Swamp[15] where she stayed for a month[4] and was forced to live in a cave, which was very unpleasant for her, especially at night (as giant creatures tried to eat her).[48]

Anne panics as a mantis prepares to attack her.

Arriving in Wartwood

One night, Anne spotted a resident of Wartwood, Wally Ribbiton, wandering alone and approached him for assistance, but the frog ran away in panic being unfamiliar of humans.[4] The next day, Anne wound up meeting another resident, Sprig Plantar, after saving him from a giant mantis.[4] Anne was then introduced to the residents of Wartwood and was taken in by the Plantar family, which included Sprig's sister, Polly, and their grandfather Hop Pop.[4] After moving into the Plantar Farm, Anne initially struggles with the local Amphibians' culture, and dealing with Amphibia's unfamiliar climate proves challenging as it is vastly different from Earth.

Over time, she slowly adapts to her new setting through bonding with the Plantars. Throughout Anne's stay in Wartwood, Anne starts to see friendship and relationships in a whole new light thanks to her frequent engagement with Sprig. She starts to yearn for a more caring relationship with everyone she cares for, while also discovering more about herself she never thought of before.

Becoming a Hero

Anne hosts the Frog of the Year celebration at Wartwood.

As Anne stays in the small town more and more, she becomes more accepted and even loved by the townspeople, and Anne herself becomes better integrated into the town. Making herself at home with the Plantars, Anne helps out with the farm, sells their goods, shops at local stores, works at Stumpy's Diner for a short period to assist cooking for the frogs, saves townsfolk from various monsters, and even becomes a symbol of town pride briefly. Her personal growth and goodwill toward Wartwood finally culminates on the night of the town's annual Frog of the Year, where the citizens vote Anne as the winner.[24] Anne celebrates with everyone in the special occasion, until Toadie approaches Anne that "a friend" is waiting outside of town for her.[24] Anne approaches the bridge, where a hooded figure is waiting—and reveals herself as Sasha.[24] The two girls are overjoyed to see the other safe, but, to Anne's shock, Sasha has affiliated herself with Captain Grime and the toad army.[24]

Sasha offers the frogs to a banquet honoring Anne and Sasha's reunited alliance. While astonished and suspicious of Sasha's new allies, Anne approves the invitation, and together with the frogs of Wartwood, they travel to Toad Tower. As the frogs attend the banquet, Anne and Sasha hang out in Sasha's room. Sasha explains to Anne that the banquet was a trap to get Hop Pop to the tower to be fed to a giant Venus flytrap for inspiring rebellions in the valley as a result of his failed campaign. Anne leaves the room to save the frogs. Anne disguises herself as Sasha and entering the banquet, and leads the frogs through the underground sewage to try and find the exit. Eventually, Anne finds an exit to the sewers, only to be confronted by Sasha and the toad soldiers.[14]

Anne clashes with Sasha for the frogs' freedom.

As Hop Pop is led to be executed, Anne implores Sasha to free them, but she tries to silence Anne again, as she did on Earth. An enraged Sprig, who knows Anne as a truly kind and considerate girl, throws mud at Sasha, calls her a bully, and helps Anne. Sasha is enraged by Sprig's defiance and attempts to kill him, but Anne intervenes, finally standing up to her. Grime then steps in, offering to release the frogs if Anne can beat Sasha in a duel. Anne beats Sasha by jabbing her blade into hers, knocking her down and forcing her to lose her sword and dagger, causing Sasha's face to be cut. Anne stands over Sasha and declares that she will no longer allow Sasha to push her around. However, Grime does not hold his promise and goes out of his way to kill Hop Pop. At that moment, Toad Tower erupts from Wally's boomshrooms. Toad Tower begins to crumble before Grime can kill Hop Pop. Anne precariously manages to catch Sasha from a crumbling ledge, but out of shame over the way she treated her and to save Anne, Sasha lets herself fall, forcing Captain Grime to escape with an unconscious Sasha. The Plantars apologize to Anne over losing Sasha as a friend when they return to Wartwood, but Anne assures them it's okay because she considers them her family and that as long as they stick together, they'll get through everything.[14]

Adventure out of Wartwood

Anne and the Plantars set out on a trip to Newtopia in order to find Anne's way home; but, after a battle with a gigantic alien vegetable beast, Anne's eyes started to shine.[7] During their path, they come across an abandoned factory and flee until it collapses; however, they are unaware that just before it collapsed, the factory produced a frog-like robot, which then pursues Anne and the Plantars.[39] Anne is reunited with Marcy, her other human companion, as she arrives at Newtopia.[49] During a mission to drive away a colony of giant bloodthirsty Barbari-Ants, Anne still believes Marcy needs defense, but Marcy proves to be self-sufficient (although Marcy is still a little clumsy).[49] After successfully completing their task, Anne tells Marcy about her battle with Sasha, and they both vow to work together not only to reunite with Sasha, but also to find a safe way home.[49] Although King Andrias seems to be a jovial and kindly monarch when the Plantars are introduced to them, he seems to be planning something concerning the human girls and the Calamity Box.[49]

Anne and Marcy vow to find Sasha and return home.

Anne and Sprig's relationship becomes ever deeper after learning about each other's mothers during one of their journeys in Newtopia. Anne misses her mother so much that she goes to considerable lengths to procure a present for her when she finally comes to Earth and is reunited with her mother.[44] Sprig tells Anne that his mother died when he and Polly were very young, and he has no recollection of her; as Sprig asks how you would miss anyone you don't know, Anne gives him a huge hug and both of them weep.[44]

Anne disgusted as Sprig eats mud to track food.

During their sleepover, Anne, Sprig, Polly, and Marcy venture down to the castle's cellar, which is strictly off limits, where they find a submerged tomb full of mysterious monsters, two halls of mirrors, a chamber with plants that don't need sunlight to rise, and a torn portrait of King Andrias with an unknown frog and toad.[23] They hear the next morning from King Andrias that the music box that brought Anne, Sasha, and Marcy to Amphibia once belonged to his ancestors who used to travel to other worlds.[50] All of the box's gems must be recharged at three separate temples in order for the box to function again.[50]

Anne huddles with the Plantars and Marcy after partially charging the blue gem at the second temple.

Recharging the Box

When they returned to Wartwood, Anne was upset to find that Hop Pop had lied to her about hiding the music box when it went missing, but she put her indignation aside to help Hop Pop rescue Sprig and Polly and recover the box.[51] After she forgave Hop Pop, he showed Anne an old book that had belonged to the Plantar family for years, and she heard the name of the music box from it.[51] Anne and Hop Pop's relationship was already strained,[51][52] but after their first temple mission, they decided to sort it out together.[52]

On their way to the second temple, Anne ran into Valeriana,[53] whom she had seen previously at the Bizarre Bazaar.[54] Valeriana revealed that she was a member of an ancient order that investigated the Calamity Box. Anne was put through a series of tests, and she eventually paid for her previous greedy deeds. Valeriana declares Anne passed the test after watching her actually learn from her mistakes and accept responsibility. Anne, on the other hand, left before the gem had completely charged in order to assist Marcy and the Plantars who she thought was in danger.[53]

Anne encouraging her friend to not give up.

Sasha arrived at the third and final temple and rescued Anne, the Plantars, and Marcy, who then apologized for her wrongdoings. Anne was cynical at first, but she agreed to assist them in fulfilling their task. Anne then gained back some trust in Sasha after she stood up for herself and faced a giant stone toad protector in a chamber of extreme gravity. Anne agreed to start again with Sasha after Sasha beat the guardian and the third stone was recharged. Sasha, on the other hand, was deceiving her to get into Newtopia as part of Grime's invasion plot, but she felt bad about it.[20]

Restoring Friendships

Anne tells Sprig that the dinner plan is working.

Sasha and Grime are invited over for supper by Anne, Marcy, and the Plantars to bury the hatchet. While things appear to be going well at first, when prior disagreements are brought up, everyone becomes awkward with one another. Sasha loses control and lashes out at Anne and Marcy for attempting to alter her. Grime's cake transforms into a lethal challenge, forcing the girls to save everyone. After the struggle, Anne explains that she doesn't want her to change as much as she wants Sasha to see her change. Sasha agrees that Anne is no longer the shy girl she had to protect back on Earth, and the two reconcile before joining the rest of the group in devouring chocolate-covered hornets.[47]

Anne tells Wartwood how much they mean to her before she leaves.

Since the Toad Tower event, Wartwood has been on edge since Sasha and Grime have returned. As a result, Mayor Toadstool consulted the wheel of fun to come up with a stress-relieving activity, and the outcome was a Battle of the Bands. Sasha and the Sharps, Anne, Marcy, and Sasha's previous garage band, want to regroup right away. They had various difficulties, but Sasha ultimately changed her mind and gave an incredible performance. Following the competition (which Grime won thanks to his three-hour harp solo on "The Serenity of Nature"), Anne announces that she, Marcy and Sasha are leaving for home. Anne proposes that everyone in Wartwood take a group photo, which everyone does.[55]

Sasha, King Andrias and Marcy's Betrayals

Anne stands guard as Sasha enters the scene.

The music box is brought to Newtopia by the three human girls, the Plantars, Grime, and Frobo. Sprig is disappointed that the journey is finished, but Anne reminds them that they can see each other whenever they want as long as they have the music box. As soon as Anne is ready to deliver the box over to Andrias, it is forcibly taken by Sasha and Grime, who reveal their plan to take over Newtopia by imprisoning the king and signaling the concealed toad warriors. Anne is enraged that Sasha has deceived her again, and she refuses to accompany her. Sasha orders Anne, Marcy, the Plantars, Frobo, and Lady Olivia to the dungeon when she fails to discover out how to utilize the box to bring Anne back to Earth. They are rescued by General Yunan while being taken down the corridor, and they reunite in Sal's old sandwich restaurant. The gang becomes despondent when Marcy warns them that the rest of the Toad army will arrive in less than an hour, but Anne inspires them to fight back and devises a strategy. Hop Pop, Marcy, and Olivia would free Andrias from the dungeon, while Polly, Yunan, and Frobo would attack the city's toads from the front. Meanwhile, Anne and Sprig would shut the gate, preventing the toad army from entering. Sasha arrives just as they shut the gate to tell Anne about the awful secret she had discovered about King Andrias, but Anne ignores her and the two fight. Sprig beats Grime by striking him with Barrel's Warhammer, while Anne defeats Sasha by putting her own cloak over her head.[9]

Anne angrily cries after Sprig is thrown out of the floating castle.

When Anne presented Andrias with the box, he informed everyone there about a period when his friends abandoned him, that the music box was taken from him, and that no one remembers what Amphibia was like 1,000 years ago, but now that he has it back, he will utilize its power to return Newtopia to greatness. Andrias then revealed that his ancestors were not explorers as he had previously said, but "glorious" conquerors as he placed the music box on a pedestal to power up his castle, allowing it to fly, and then he reactivated ancient factories across Amphibia, resulting in a mechanical frog-bot military force that swarmed the castle in seconds. Andrias then revealed, to to everyone's disbelief, that he intended to follow in his ancestors' footsteps by journeying to other worlds and conquering them, beginning with the human world Earth. When Anne and Sasha informed the king they would stop him, he decided to show off his might and warning to the human girls by destroying a toad tower with his castle's gigantic energy cannon. Marcy stood out, claiming that this was not part of the plan he had given her, only for the gigantic newt to acknowledge that he had been lying to her all along. When Anne with Sasha demanded what Marcy and Andrias were talking about, Marcy stated that Andrias promised to bring them to other planets/worlds so they could have endless 'adventures'; when Anne questioned as to why, Andrias informed everyone that Marcy deliberately stranded them in Amphibia, leaving both Anne and Sasha stunned. Marcy said she was aware of the Calamity Box's potential and claimed that her father had accepted a new job out of state and that her family was relocating; she intended to use the box to transport the three of them to a world where they would always be together. Marcy then tried to justify her actions by reminding them of their fun adventure, how Anne and Sasha have grown as people in Amphibia, and how Anne's friendship with Sprig is all because of her, only for Anne to back away in distress and disgust, leaving Marcy on her knees crying and saying she didn't want to be alone.[9]

Anne's sadness into anger causes her gem from the music box to give her powers.

Anne looks around and realizes that though she and her 2 human friends had made many mistakes, what Andrias was doing was pure evil, and she vows to stop him, rallying her friends to face the king and his new mechanical troops; Sasha decides to redeem herself this time for real, while Marcy pulls herself together as both join the fight; Hop Pop and Grime team up to destroy some of the king's new mechanical army; Yunan protects Oliva after both defected from Andrias, Sprig fends of some bots with his slingshot and Frobo is destroyed while protecting Polly. Andrias grabs Sprig and threatens to throw him off the castle just as Polly (who just gained her legs) takes the music box back.[9]

Anne realizes the box took herself, Sprig, Hop Pop, and Polly back to Earth.

An Abrupt Return to Earth

Anne begs Andrias to give back Sprig when the gang agrees with his condition, but he refuses and instead drops him out of the castle window to die. The sadness then turned into anger caused by Andrias' deed unleashes the power of the blue gemstone still connected within her, and she battles Andrias and destroying his military force ferociously as everyone is in amazement and shock of her incredible strength. Anne powers down after knocking the wind out of King Andrias, and Sprig, who was saved by Marcy, comes up to her, thrilled that he is still alive, while her surrogate frog family embraces. Andrias pulls himself up after seeing she can't fully control her power and decides he can't let Anne survive, but Marcy uses the Calamity Box to open a gateway to Earth while Sasha and Grime keep the king occupied. Anne and the Plantars, as well as Frobo's head, leap through. Anne beckons Marcy to come with, but Andrias uses his laser sword to stab her from the back right out of her chest while Anne and the others watch in horror. Marcy apologizes for her conduct just as she collapses from the seemingly deadly wound, dropping the Calamity Box which closes the portal and sends Anne with the Plantars away from Amphibia. When Anne and the Plantars awaken, they find themselves on a green car during a daytime traffic jam in Anne's home. Anne, while glad to finally be back home, is saddened that she had to leave Sasha and the gravely-injured Marcy behind.[9]

Reuniting with Family

Anne, Hop Pop, Polly, and Sprig gaze at the city.

Anne and the Plantars find themselves in the middle of traffic on the streets of Los Angeles.[9][10] Scared, they immediately run to safety and take in their surroundings. Anne decides that they need to head back to her place as she had been gone for five months and her parents are worried sick. Not wanting to freak them out, Anne has the Plantars hide so that she can ease her parents into telling them everything; however, she decides to keep King Andrias' invasion, Sasha and Marcy's betrayals, and her Calamity powers a secret until they feel trustworthy enough of her. Unsurprisingly, her mother and father are happy to see their daughter return after so long. However, the moment is ruined when the Plantars, misinterpreting a bird cawing as Anne's signal, reveal themselves, shocking the Boonchuys.[10]

Anne puts together a presentation explaining what she has been doing all this time (but left out the events of "True Colors" to avoid more panic), while the Boonchuys are amazed that she went through so much, they are unsure about wanting to keep the Plantars with them. Scared that someone will take them and do something terrible to them, Anne insists that they stay and the Boonchuys finally agree.[10]

Anne, Sprig, and Polly fight the Cloak-Bot.

The Boonchuys continue to pamper Anne and she has finally had enough. She demands that she be given space, yet also wants to go to the market so that she can show the Plantars around. The Boonchuys are shocked as Anne never liked going to the market, but Hop Pop explains that Anne has significantly matured and that he trusts her. Anne disguises the Plantars as they head to market and see the food that it has to offer including the pungent durians and after shows how responsible she has become her parents to take the frogs to try some delicious noodles. As the Plantars are loving the noodles Sprig spots a silver Frobot with cloaking tech that was sent by King Andrias to kill Anne as it grabs her and starts squeezing the girl, but the Sprig manages to distract it and run. Not wanting to alert her parents, Anne and the Plantars pretend like nothing is amiss.[10]

Anne and the Plantars fight the Cloak-Bot and realize that it too is trying to remain discreet and trick it into running into a freezer. The Plantars freeze and the drone attempts to attack them. Enraged by this, Anne unleashes her blue gem power and destroys a chunk of the robot which flees. Upon escaping the freezer, Anne collapses and the Plantars use a durian to wake her. The Boonchuys, none the wiser, commend Anne for being mature as she and the Plantars remain quiet about the incident. Anne decides that she does not want to use her powers as it severely weakens her. Elsewhere, the Cloak-Bot is recuperating and decides to double down on its efforts to kill Anne.[10]

A New Quest

Anne and the Plantars share a hug after the eventful day.

Anne began searching various ways to return to Amphibia, while the Plantar seemed excited about the idea of being in a new world for the first few days, but as the days passed they began to miss being in Amphibia, resulting in Anne becoming obsessed with finding a way to return to Amphibia.[31] When Anne and the Plantars went to a museum, they found an ancient vase with a picture of a frog and and the Calamity Box; finding their first real clue, they are once again attacked by Andrias' Frobot Assassin. After driving it away yet again, they decided to enlist the help of their new friend Dr. Jan, who saw them fighting the robot and the frogs without their disguises. After earning their trust, Dr. Jan promises to do some research.[25] Dr. Jan arrived at the the the Thai Temple after Anne and her friends fought of some robotic dragonfly drones sent by the Cloak-Bot and used Marcy's journal to reveal the hidden message on the vase "Seek the Mother of Olms she will guide you to your destiny", but nobody knew what that meant.[26]

Anne looks at her mother happy to see her trust her.

The Truth Reveled

At the Boonchuy home, Anne's parents are impressed with how mature she has gotten over the recent events, but Anne is overcome with guilt and is ready to explain to them that a killer robot is chasing her, and to tell them everything else that happened in Amphibia.[11]

As she is ready to explain, she discovers a workout room where her mom would "work out" her suffering while Anne was gone by making sculptures of her daughter.[11] At that moment, thanks to a recently reactivated Frobo,[27] the killer bot shows up ready to take out his target.[11]

The family escapes and leads into a high-speed chase throughout Los Angeles while the countdown clock in its torso keeps ticking down towards its ultimate demise.[11]

The family ends up in a junkyard, where Anne realizes that her mother had unrealistic expectations for her and she in turn is angered that her daughter would lie to her. Mrs. Boonchuy starts using the trash to build figures of Anne to trick the robot. The robot discovers the real Anne (while she's attacking it) and traps her when Anne's mom comes in and uses a sledge hammer to incapacitate the robot and the rest of the family starts attacking. They realize too late that the robot is set to explode in a matter of seconds and Anne's glowing blue hair protective instincts kick in and she kicks what's left of the robot out of the atmosphere by her right foot where it explodes.[11]

A touching moment between mother and daughter

Realizing why Anne did what she did, Mrs. Boonchuy comforts her unconscious daughter and they drive home on good terms. That high speed chase however, did capture the eye of someone at the FBI though, who decides to call "Mr. X" while looking at footage of the robot chasing the family van with Anne and the Plantars seen in the camera.[11]

Trouble with the FBI

One day, Anne and the Plantars decide to go to see movies at Super Cinema 40, unaware that some unusual government force is trying to track them. Mr. X eventually arrives as they try to fight him and hide before they are rescued by Anne's parents who knew about the incident and did their own ways to stop it.[28] Mr. X again tried to capture them as Hop Pop was auditioning for Mitch Harbor's newest film at Hollywood, only for him to fail as he gave his part to Humphrey Westwood.[30]

Progress on her quest

Anne, the Plantars, and Terri drive down the highway happy to have a new friend.

As the Plantars felt homesick, Anne was contacted by Dr. Jan, saying she has found a scientist who may help the four return to Amphibia. Despite her warning about her validity, she takes the Plantars to Dr. Frakes' Brainasium to meet Dr. Frakes, only to be greeted by Terri in Frakes' office door.[31]

Entering the office, Dr. Frakes reveals at the same time the Calamity Box was opened months ago, a rare energy surge caused an interdimensional portal to open, allowing them to redo the experiment multiple times, although none of the guests believe her. As the portal failed to open one to Amphibia, a surge exposed the Plantars as frog people from another world, prompting Anne and Terri to team up to stop Frakes from dissecting them, even if it means Terri would give up her job. Anne successfully manages to defeat Frakes by throwing her homemade cicada cookies around her, allowing the toddlers to overrun her as they escape.[31]

Inside Terri's car, she agrees she would build the four a portal so they can return home, not before Sprig decides to drive the car, nearly causing it to crash.[31]

Christmas with the Plantars

When the Plantars saw Mrs. Boonchuy decorating the house, they believed they were being attacked, only for Anne to calm them down and tell them it was Christmas. She started explaining some bits of the holiday to them. Mrs. Boonchuy gets a call about joining the Christmas-Palooza Parade, only to turn it down because they need to keep a low profile from both Mr. X and King Andrias. Anne secretly calls back about joining the parade. She explains to the Plantars that they are going to make a Thai Go Float for the parade as a surprise. First, they visit Ally and Jesse who are throwing a party with their robots and asks for them to join them for the parade and make the float. They then visit Dr. Jan and borrow some of the exhibits for the float.[32]

Unaware to Anne, King Andrias sends a dragonfly drone to search for Anne and destroy her. Anne and the Plantars began working on the float with the help of the Thai Community, Ally, and Jesse. The next day on Christmas Eve, she and the Plantars surprised her parents with the float, much to their joy. They then joined the parade. Seeing her mom sad, Anne tries to comfort her only to discover that the parade is also about being welcomed into the community. However, while enjoying the parade, Andrias locates her and sees her saying her name out loud to the crowd. Just as her father was about to take a picture of her, her mom, and the Plantars, Andrias had taken control of a large Santa float and said her name out loud.[32]

Anne, the Plantars, and her parents are on the float.

To her surprise, King Andrias has found her and then attacks her, her parents and the Plantars while they were on the float by throwing a giant candy cane at them. They took off, as Andrias used the robotic Santa to chase after them and destroy them. Anne, her parents, and the Plantars attempt to fight back by throwing some stuff from their float, but have no effect though the giant cookie prop did had effect on the robot. They come upon a dead end and have nothing left to fight back. Andrias informs Anne this is the end of her, even saying she's been a bad girl this year. However, they fire the tree at the robot and destroy the drone, but not before telling Andrias "Merry Christmas". Anne saw what appeared to be snow only to discover it was ash.[32]

Later, Anne, her parents, and the Plantar family return home. Despite what happened, they had a good time. Before heading inside, Anne finally tells the Plantars what Christmas is really about; it's about spending time with the people you love and care. Sprig gave her a present which turns out to be a figurine of her, because she is Sprig's hero. They head inside to go enjoy some cookies. However, while Anne's parents and the Plantars were asleep, Anne is worried about Sasha and Marcy, realizing this is her first Christmas without them, she decides to write anonymous letters to the Wus and Waybrights and inform them that their daughters are trapped in another world and promises to bring them home no matter what. The next day on Christmas, Anne gives her mom the butterfly pin that she won from Pearl.[32]

Return to Amphibia

With everything but a proper power source ready to create a portal to Amphibia, Anne, her parents, and the Plantars head off to Spendco to pick up some last minute things for both the portal and for themselves. Anne starts to show fear and sadness over the thought of leaving her parents after just reuniting with them and tries to talk to them only for Mr. X and the FBI to finally catch up to them and kidnap the Plantars. Knowing that they must rescue the Plantars at all costs, Anne, Terri, Dr. Jan, and Anne's parents recruit Molly Jo, Humphrey Westwood, Ally, Jess on their mission and reveal to them the truth about both the Plantars and Amphibia, as well as two women from the Thai community who were already aware of this.[12]

Anne powers up the Portal

By disguising Humphrey as a giant frog, the group manages to sneak into the base only to get captured when Mr. X tricks them with the same frogs and tadpole they previously used to trick him. Anne breaks down and laments over how she will be able to leave her family and take King Andrias down. Her parents tell her that she is stronger than she knows as she was able to survive for months in Amphibia and continue fighting even when all seemed loss and promises to help her continue the fight on Earth while she's in Amphibia. The power then shuts down courtesy of Terri and Dr. Jan (who broke off from the group to obtain a power generator that they believe will provide enough power to open the portal). This allows everyone to escape and for them to break the Plantars out.[12]

After returning to Amphibia, Anne and the Planters see the devastation King Andrias has caused during their absence.

Back at the warehouse, they open the portal only for the generator to not have enough power. To make matters worse, Mr. X and the FBI manage to track them down. Anne, who is getting better control of her powers, uses them to power the portal and unleash a giant praying mantis on the FBI while she returns to Amphibia after saying goodbye to her family. She and the Plantars are happy to be back and ready to take King Andrias down only to be shocked to find Amphibia reduced to a wasteland.[12]

Helping the Resistance

Sasha agrees to take the lead but assurers Anne that leading the resistance is a partnership.

She and the Plantars then return to Wartwood, only to find it in ruins but discover that the townspeople have formed a rebellion against Andrias with Sasha leading it and are using the tunnels below the Plantar Farm as their secret hideout. However, after reuniting with Anne, Sasha decides to hand command over to her, despite her reluctance.

The resistance's first mission is to destroy a factory where mind control collars are being produced, but it quickly becomes apparent that Sasha is better prepared for the job than Anne who keeps making various mistakes throughout the day. They finally manage to find the factory which is surrounded by a spiky gorge. Rather than do the obvious such as using a rope to get across, Anne has everyone stack on top of each other and make a bridge. The plan fails, but Sasha uses her skills to save everyone in the nick of time. At that moment, a giant snake with a mind control collar comes up and attacks the group. Anne tries to direct their attacks, but everyone gets swallowed whole.

Anne begs Sasha to take control, but she refuses as the last time she took control, she nearly ruined their friendship with her selfishness. Anne allows herself to be swallowed; urging Sasha to take control once again and direct everyone to widen themselves in the snake's throat so that it can cough them out. They break off its collar where it slithers away and proceed to blow up the factory. Anne finally convinces Sasha to take command again as she is better at it and she does so; Sasha agrees to take the lead but guarantees Anne that they will co-lead the resistance as partners. Anne is happy to be back with Sasha and furthermore is confident that they will rescue Marcy. Soon after, Hop Pop points out that Anne lost her shoe again which makes her become extremely annoyed.

At the Resistance Underground Base Sasha and Anne give a group of rebels (Mrs. Croaker, One-Eyed Wally, Maddie, Loggle and Toadie) their mission; get their stolen weapons back from a marauder's camp. With everyone getting briefed, Toadie decides to do what he always does and what's in his comfort zone and stay as the lookout, despite encouragement from other members of the squad that he is capable of so much more. Everyone are captured by the marauders, while the humans get away with ease. Anne is ready to go back and save her friends, but Sasha advises against it, knowing they can be captured as well. Sasha knows the strength of this team and suggests they just wait a bit, they'll be able to get out of the situation that they're in, suggesting that they train in the meantime. The Frogs were captured, and to their surprise, the leader of the Marauders turns out to be Barry who plans to sell the rebels to Andrias as he pays a hefty price for them and doesn't even take Crocker serious. After a while, Anne still feels all hope is lost and is ready to help her friends, fully believing Sasha sees them as only soldiers that are disposable. Finally, it comes to a head and the subtle hinting at this philosophy is fully exposed. Meanwhile, back at the camp, Toady has a revelation that he is in fact stronger than he thinks, and takes over the group and comes up with a plan to escape. Everyone has an assignment and the group makes their getaway. Outside the camp, Anne and Sasha are full blown fighting now in lieu of training, and Sasha insists that she knows what's going on. In the distance, there is an explosion with Sasha all but saying "See I told you" and running towards the camp to aid with their getaway. While the team is making their way home, Sasha reminds Anne of something that Anne once told her; that sometimes you have to stop and remember to have faith in the people around you.

Journey to Proteus

Anne and Sasha celebrate with a fist bump before meeting Mother Olm.

The Resistance gets together to discuss what to do after having destroyed Andrias' factories and taken out his bases. Anne suddenly remembers that they found a message back on Earth that tells them to find the Mother of Olms. Sprig and Polly remember that the only olms they have encountered are Lysil and Angwin from Quarreler's Pass and Anne, Sasha and the Plantars head there, only to discover drills everywhere on the path. They go into a cave and find the two headed olm whom they immediately demand answers from. The two admit that they could find the Mother of Olms in the city of Proteus, but they were banished for their bickering during guard duty causing the near destruction of the city. Luckily, Sasha convinces them to help them out. When they reach their destination Parisia, the guardian of the city of Proteus who is stubbornly in denial about King Andrias' forces closing in on them and refuses to help or be offered help from others. However after Lysil and Angwin both agree to put their lives on the line to rescue Proteus from a giant drill and after Sasha insults her for continuing to deny everything, Parisia was so impressed she allows the group to see the Mother of Olms and begrudgingly allowed the twins back into the Proteus (under heavy supervision).

Meeting Mother Olm, recruiting new allies

Anne, Sasha and the Plantars are taken into Mother Olm's chamber. There, they finally encounter the thousands-year old mystic to ask her about the prophecy of the music box. Too bad she doesn't remember it. Something that happens when you get old, I guess. Hop Pop seems to be facing the same dilemma, realizing his joints aren't what they once were, and feels like he is a growing hindrance as opposed to being helpful. When Mother Olm suggests that the group go into her brain to spread some "brain cream" along it to help stir her memory, Hop Pop stays behind. Mother Olm's usual doctor, Dr. Yohan, who spread the cream has gone missing, and she desperately needs it to stop the crazy migraines she is having and might be able to retrieve the prophecy she can't seem to remember. The gang ventures into Mother Olm's gigantic body, which Sasha claims is the worst mission ever, and Hop Pop stays behind with Mother Olm for a cup of tea. The cup being so large that Hop Pop is actually able to soak in the tea like a hot tub. Together, he and Mother Olm discuss that yeah, they're old, but over the course of their lives they still have plenty of worth thanks to their years of gathering wisdom. Inside Mother Olm, after a few disgusting encounters with ear wax, the group finally makes it to brain. Unfortunately for Sprig, they discover the body of missing Dr. Yohan, but he is long gone. Together, they begin spreading the cream when Polly hears a weird flapping noise. Anne shines her light and discovers a swarm of batsquitos who have now awaken (thanks to the light) and begin to feed, also explaining Mother Olm's migraines. The gang falls into Mother Olm's nose and Hop Pop can hear them screaming for help. Using the wisdom that he has gained throughout his life vegetable farming, he calculates what's growing in Mother Olm's chamber and quickly concocts a smell filled with allergens that can get mother Olm to sneeze out the gang. Now that the Batsquito colony was out of her brain he migraines were finally gone, but even with that and the cream applied she still can't remember. Turns out the brain cream was several decades expired. Again, Hop Pop says that with his advanced age if he needs to remember something he'll usually write it down.

Mother Olm realizes she must have thought the same and looks up at the most likely place she would have written such a thing. The ceiling. Sure enough, there it is. "Three stars burning bright come from beyond to expel the night. Should they fight or embrace the fall? Their choice will determine the fate of all." Sasha asking if her, Anne, and Marcy are the three stars. Mother Olm asks if they burn bright with the power of the stones, which we know that Anne does, though she can't control it. This implies that the other two, Sasha and Marcy, will eventually get their "cool anime powers" too, but since King Andrias has stolen the music box, he has stolen access to their powers, but since Anne still has some of her powers, she can restore the power to her friends. The olms believe the stones are meant for a greater purpose should be left alone, but others believe the stones should be used for conquest, and their arrogance and greed has created something unnatural that "does not sleep and will not die." She also says that the olms believe that three of them were summoned to help save the residents of Amphibia from what they've become, the worst version of themselves. Now that the human girls know they need to get to music box back from Andrias now more than ever they decide that Wartwood Resistance should find a lot more recruits so Sasha decide they should start by by joining forces with the Toad Army lead by Grime's sister Captain Beatrix. She was reluctant at first but they manage to convince her when Spig defeated her in a duel. With that the Resistance gained numerous mighty warriors to join their ranks. With that the resistance gained numerous mighty warriors to join their ranks. Thanks to Hop Pop, a former enemy Apothecary Gary was persuaded to join the resistance as well.

Meeting old faces

Tritonio agrees to join the rebellion

Anne and Sprig where looking at the supply cart with some of the newts guarding it when rebel newts ambushed them, they are then reunited with Tritonio who leads the rebels, but is not interested in joining the rebellion. Anne convinces him to team up with her and Sprig for a mission, but when his team is captured, he bails on them, due to his harsh upbringing. Words of encouragement leads him to change his mind and he rescues his thieves and joins the rebellion. Back at base, the group find a hidden room that contains a red envelope with no writing. While disappointed, Sprig takes extra precaution and pockets the letter before leaving, unbeknownst to the rest.

Anne and Domino 2 after reuniting

While on night patrol, she reunites with Domino II who has had "kittens". When Domino II is captured by drones to help power a battery, Anne and Sprig go and rescue her while the rest of Wartwood reluctantly look after the kittens, though they end up falling in love with them anyway. Anne discovers that Domino II remembers her, but when the other Kill-a-moths try to eat Sprig, Anne learns that Domino II is the Alpha Moth and she alerts the other moths to leave them alone. Anne and Sprig liberate the moths and they all fly back to Wartwood where Sasha dubs them their new flying artillery.

Preparing for the Final Battle

Anne uses her Calamity Powers to get Everyone to stop fighting

Anne is excited that their plan is coming together to defeat Andrias, until she mentions that the frogs, toads and newts are all working together. It is revealed that all three species have never liked one another and that having them all agree to fight together in one day would be difficult. However, Anne is nonplussed at the idea as she believes that her incredible ability to act as a mediator will win out, though Sasha has her own doubts. The toads and newts arrive lead by Tritonio and Beatrix, respectively, and are quick to mock each other and the frogs, particularly Hop Pop. Anne suggests that they all simply come inside the bunker and talk and they reluctantly agree. Anne tries to get them to hear each other's ideas, but Beatrix's comes off as belligerent, Tritonio's is nonsensical and neither refuses to listen to Hop Pop. Anne next suggests having all three nations do a series of team building exercises, but they all devolve into internal arguments until eventually everyone starts fighting with one another. All three nations round each other up and proceed to start a war of their own; causing Anne to use her blue gem ability to stop the fight. She chastises everyone for not listening to one another and not taking the war seriously and leaves everyone feeling guilty. Anne humorously cries over her failure, but Sasha comforts her. Hop Pop, Tritonio and Beatrix suddenly come in with a plan wherein Beatrix's forces distract Andrias' front guard while everyone else captures the music box. Anne and Sasha love the idea, as it reminds them of a movie Marcy showed them, and congratulate the three for finally working together. Just then, Mother Olm arrives and informs everyone that King Andrias is starting his invasion that night instead of later. With a new devotion towards trying to save the world, the frogs, newts and toads finally get ready and collect their equipment to finally bring Andrias' forces to an end. Sprig asks Anne if they should mention Apothecary Gary is involved, but Anne suggests mentioning it later.

Meeting A New Enemy

Anne and Sasha defeating Mind Controlled Olivia and Yunan in a Dance Battle

The rebellion has gathered and are preparing to go to war. However, Sasha decides to speak to Anne privately about their relationship with Marcy. While Sasha is still upset with her over how she tricked them and nearly ruined their lives, Anne is still forgiving of her and even comes to believe that neither of them have treated her well in the past, nor showed any real interest in her hobbies. King Andrias is surprised by the arrival of the rebellion and sends his robots to go and fight them. True to the plan, the frogs, toads and newts all take out the robot army. During which, Apothecary Gary, the olms and the Moss Man, whose mere existence causes everyone to believe One-Eyed Wally finally, allows them to take advantage of the fight. Andrias hops down to fight the rebellion himself. Anne, Sasha, the Plantars and Grime enter the castle where Anne finally tells Sasha that while she is upset with Marcy, she has learned to forgive her, much like how she forgave her and Hop Pop. They come across a mind controlled Yunan and Olivia, but they manage to destroy their collars. Before Olivia and Yunan can fully warn them, the group fall into Darcy's trap as they uses tentacles to capture the group. They announce their victory causing the rebellion to retreat. However, Anne realizes that Darcy and Andrias are just as clueless about the music box as they are and just as they are about to kill her, Anne suggests that doing so might destroy what is left of the box's power. Darcy realizes that this might be true and decides to keep her alive for now. With the box fully powered up, they open a portal back to Los Angeles. Everyone in the city looks up in horror as Andrias' castle and his robot army darken the sky and city.

The Invasion & The Great Battle

Anne, the Plantars, Sasha, Grime, Olivia, Yunan and Frobo have all been captured by Andrias' army. Andrias starts his invasion by sending drones and two mind controlled herons on the populace. The army, powerless against them, summons Mr. X who has prepared for the occasion. Sprig tells Anne not to use her blue gem powers as it will tire her out. Polly uses the upgrades she added to Frobo who lasers a hole beneath their prison and they fall towards Los Angeles. Luckily, they land in a high rise swimming pool. As they look out on the city, Hop Pop recognizes the two herons as the same ones that killed Sprig and Polly's parents; traumatizing him.

The heroes puts their hand in

The heroes head into the city, only to be outnumbered by the drones. They are suddenly rescued by Anne's parents who are now highly trained agents and have teamed up with an enlightened Mr. X. They escape to Anne and Sasha's school where Polly uses the opportunity to make numerous upgrades to Frobo, turning him into a battle robot again. Anne goes looking through her locker where she sees her old "Who Am I?" paper that she never finished. She reminds Sasha that Darcy only knows the old them and that they will free Marcy.

Sasha, Grime, Yunan and Olivia break into the flying castle, while Anne and the rest battle the drones on the ground; getting some help from their L.A. friends. The arrival of the two herons causes the Plantars to freeze in fear. With supportive words from Anne, and after seeing the Boonchuys in danger, the Plantars overcome their fear to break the herons mind control necklaces while using their wild dance to tame them, turning them against Andrias' forces. Andrias dons the Dyplasaurus, his robot armor, and calls out Anne with the intent to face her one on one for the fate of Earth. Anne reaches into her pocket and finds the essay page from earlier and has a bit of a moment of self-reflection, sharing her appreciation and love for the Plantars, explaining what she has to do. As she struggles against king of Amphibia and his powerful mech-suit Mr. X kicks on a massive sound system and plays some music to inspire her.

Anne defeats Andrias

As Anne has the upper hand, her powers start to fade and Sprig is ready to help. As he checks his pocket for boom shrooms, he drops the letter he found and Mr. X picks it up. Since he is wearing spy glasses, he can see that is encoded with a message and it’s a letter to Andrias. Sprig takes the glasses and reads it, and jumps aboard one of the (now-trained) herons and flies up to Anne and Andrias to read it to him. The letter, from Leif, stops Andrias dead in his tracks. As the voiceover of the letter plays, we see the evolution of Wartwood, and a glimpse of Marcy, the only other person he let into his life and considered a friend. The letter reveals that even though Leif took the music box, she never actually stopped thinking of Andrias and Barrel, and hoped that one day he would learn of her love for him as one of her greatest friends. After 1000 years of suppressing his thoughts and thinking he was the only one that thought that way. However, after all he’s done and all the pain he has caused, there’s no going back. Darcy realizes that he is giving up though, tries to use their power to control Andrias and takes over, but a motivated Sasha cuts the cable that links Darcy’s helmet ; freeing Marcy from the Core's control. Anne powers up one more time and blasts through Andrias' armor as he repentantly allows the blow to hit; revealing that he had made himself into a cyborg to prolong his life for the last 1,000 years. As the castle shield turns off, he begs Anne to save Marcy.

All 3 human girls united again with their bond stronger than ever

As she and Sasha cry over Marcy’s unconscious body, she awakens and the three are united once again. After everything that happen to them Anne tells her two human friends that no matter what happens their friendship will stay true. The entire gang comes together for a group hug and Darcy’s helmet comes to life and scurries away while no one is looking. Anne and the rest of the heroes take the castle back to Amphibia to announce their victory to the rest the Resistance. As everyone is celebrating Sprig notices the moon is getting closer. Anne is wondering what's happening.

The End of An Awesome Journey

Following their return to Amphibia, the Core, still trapped within the helmet, flies up into space and attaches itself to a pod located up on the moon. It then proceeds to activate it and turns on hidden thrusters; causing it to fly towards Amphibia. As everyone looks up, Andrias reveals that the Core made a base up on the moon as a final gambit to destroy all life as it is afraid of being irrelevant. Mother Olm arrives to inform everyone about the prophecy; revealing that it is not a prediction, but rather a request that the three girls, Anne, Sasha and Marcy, help save Amphibia from destruction. However, this would result in the total depletion of the gem energy and possibly trap them in Amphibia forever. The girls nevertheless agree for one final adventure.

Before leaving, Mother Olm tells Anne that there may still not be enough energy to defeat the Core and that she would need to use a "secret spell" in order to defeat it. This spell can only be wielded by one and could result in their death. She tells her that she "have only but to ask" when it comes time to use it. Anne runs into the castle and is surprised by the appearance of Valeriana who has all three gems in the music box. Using her abilities, the gem powers are charged into the girls who are now all empowered enough to fly and exert energy. They all fly into space where they proceed to destroy numerous robots and monsters sent out by the Core and try to push back the moon.

Anne on the verge of death after using up all 3 gem powers.

Andrias sends his drones up into space as a shocked Grime watches. However to his surprise, Andrias orders the drones to help push the moon back. He takes his crown and tells the Core that he is finally doing the right thing by standing up to him and destroys his crown. Despite this, the Core is still too powerful and Sasha and Marcy's powers begin to wane due to inexperience. Frustrated, Anne convinces them to let her absorb all their powers and she solemnly sends them back to Amphibia. Now all powerful, Anne uses all her energy to blast at the moon before flying through it; destroying it and the Core. A pale, singed Anne returns as everyone cries over her and she deteriorates into a pile of leaves.

Anne returning to the world of the living until she's ready to succeed the Guardian.

Anne awakens in a purgatory resembling a poster depicting a tiny house and garden floating in space in her room on Earth. As she enters the house, she speaks to the Guardian of the Stones via an old fashioned computer. When Anne mocks its dated appearance, it transforms into Domino and proceeds to converse mentally with her. The Guardian reveals that she is a "backup" and that she is not dead or alive. It goes on to reveal that it has watched over the universe for a "very long time" and wants Anne to be its replacement as she is the only person who has used the stones for selfless purposes. Anne immediately turns it down after admitting that she is not perfect and that she would need years to become wiser. Intrigued by this notion, the Guardian decides to return her to life and will wait "Another 78 years" for her to accept, much to Anne's confusion.

two best friends and one final goodbye

Anne awakens back in Amphibia and reunites with her friends who are overjoyed to see her alive. She also discovers that the Guardian left her with three tiny gem shards, which are only enough for the trip back home. The next day, Anne finally says goodbye to the Plantars, especially Sprig, with whom she leaves her cellphone to help with future adventures. As Valeriana opens the portal back to Earth, Anne has one final hug with Sprig before she follows Sasha and Marcy through the portal, leaving Amphibia forever.


10 years later and still friends

Marcy eventually did move out of California alongside her parents, though she visits whenever possible. Similarly, Anne and Sasha ended up in different friend groups when they entered high school, but their bond is still strong. 10 years later, Anne has become a herpetologist and works at the Aquarium of the Pacific where she is in charge of a frog exhibit named Amphibia. She has also named one specific pink male frog after Sprig. She still keeps in touch with her human friends from time to time who are living their own lives but are still the best of friends. Sasha, Marcy and Anne left the aquarium to celebrate Anne's twenty-third birthday. The three take a new version of their iconic photo, with "BFFs" again being written on it.


Mrs. Boonchuy

Anne reunites with her parents and Domino.

Mrs. Boonchuy is Anne's mother. During her conversation with Sprig in "Hopping Mall," Anne described her mother as kind, though strict unlike her husband, with her getting annoyed sometimes because of Anne's behavior, and Anne getting annoyed by her bad singing. Despite that, Anne loves her mother dearly, as reuniting with her was one of her biggest hopes while in Amphibia. In the same episode, she tried to win a fancy teapot for her as a souvenir, though she gave it up in exchange for the butterfly made by Priscilla's daughter Pearl.

In "The New Normal," Anne finally reunited with her, who immediately gave her an emotional hug. Though Anne later got annoyed by her and her father's overprotectiveness after she told them what had happened to her.

In "Anne-sterminator," Anne realizes that her mother had rather high expectations for her when she sees her workout room, while her mother becomes upset and angry that Anne didn't tell her about Cloak-Bot trying to kill her, even accusing Anne of having not changed at all based on the lack of context from the Plantar Family, to which Anne apologizes for saying she was trying to protect the Plantars, and also reveal how much pressure she feels from trying to live up to her expectations, though she does admit she finally appreciates everything she and her father have done for her. During the fight with Cloak-Bot, her mother finally comes to understand why her daughter was so secretive before, and they return home on good terms.

In "Froggy Little Christmas," Anne decides to gift her mother with the "Thai Go" parade float she had always dreamed about after she turned down the offer initially, to which after presenting the gift, her mother hugs her in deep appreciation. Later that night, Anne gifted her with the butterfly she received in Amphibia.

Mr. Boonchuy

Mr. Boonchuy is Anne's father. Their relationship is close and not complicated like the one between his wife and daughter, he occasionally teases her. He originally thought Anne was immature, problematic, and around bad influences. But, ever since Anne returned from Amphibia, he has seen that Anne changed and was quick to accept her new way of living and her new friends.

Sprig Plantar

Anne and Sprig reading.

In the promotional description, Sprig was depicted not only as Anne's best friend but her first actual friend and sidekick who accompanies her in all the crazy adventures that Anne goes through.

Sprig is the complete opposite of Anne's friend - Sasha - because he was the reflection of how Anne views what friendship really is. He was always there for her every time, even in times of hardship. They once had an argument about being roommates with each other when Anne's temporary bedroom flooded, and she had to move upstairs to Sprig's room. Even after the fight, their relationship only grew stronger.[22]

Sprig has become something of a surrogate brother to Anne; as she is constantly giving him advice and trying to make him happy. Anne will do anything to help Sprig and they trust each other with everything.

Though she was fresh off both Sasha's coup and learning that Marcy intentionally got her stranded in Amphibia and begging King Andrias to spare him at the time, Anne once described Sprig as her "best friend, in this world or any other world." When Andrias responded to this by dropping him out of a window despite the demands for sparing him being met, the grief and rage drove her into a berserk state that unlocked her Calamity Box powers and caused her to attempt to beat the tyrant to death, only stopping short because she couldn't maintain her new form for long enough. Upon recovering, she was overjoyed to discover that Marcy had taken advantage of the chaos to save Sprig.

In "The Hardest Thing", Sprig begs Anne not to sacrifice herself to stop the Core, having been in turmoil over the prospect of them separating ever since the invasion. They share a sweet goodbye before she dies and they are overjoyed when Anne returns to life. When the times comes for Anne to leave Amphibia for good, Anne and Sprig share the most tearful and heartfelt of all the goodbyes between the humans and Amphibians, crying in each others arms. They say they will never forget each other and Anne assures Spring this means that they will never really be apart and nothing will ever change how much he really means to her, not time or space or being worlds apart. They also say their "Spranne against the world" catchphrase together one last time. Anne also gives Sprig her phone as a keepsake to help on his future adventures. Right before Anne leaves through the portal, Sprig runs up to her and they share one last long hug together before they part. Flash forward and Sprig seems to have come to terms with Anne's departure and uses her phone to help write his journal of his encounters with Amphibia's creatures and joins the Wartwood unveiling ceremony of the statue of Anne built in her honor. Meanwhile, Anne has not only designed her amphibian exhibits at the Aquarium to memorialize her time in Amphibia, she named a pink South American tree frog there after Sprig.

Polly Plantar

Anne and Polly practicing Muay-Thai together.

Polly was originally suspicious of Anne after the decision to let her stay in their home for the time she was in Amphibia. She even held onto a rolling pin for some time as both for defense and threatening Anne to not step out of line. Eventually, she started to warm up to her over the next few weeks of getting to know her, even if she wasn't very accustomed to Anne's lifestyle from where she lived. Polly had begun to take a disliking to Anne after she was dragged around with her to do girly things that didn't fit any of her interests, but eventually, Anne began to realize it wasn't right to force Polly into surroundings she wasn't comfortable with and apologized, with Polly knowing that Anne just wanted them to have a good time.[56] The two have have since formed a sisterly bond, going on on many misadventures together. Polly enjoys shows and movies from Anne's world and really likes her cooking.

Hop Pop Plantar

Hop Pop and Anne getting along.

Hop Pop was the most paranoid of the family during Anne's new presence in the town of Wartwood,[13] but he was willing to let her stay with the family until she finds a way home.[4] He has been known to teach Anne certain lessons about life along the way like when he taught Anne that there was more to driving than simply experience.[57] Anne has also assisted Hop Pop during her stay like when she tried to show him proper dancing moves in order to impress Sylvia Sundew.[41] Hop Pop's paranoia, however, is also what kept him from telling information he found out about Anne's "mysterious music box." After the Bizarre Bazaar, Anne trusted Hop Pop with the box, believing he could find more information about it in due time. But instead, he decided to bury the box beside the Plantar Farm, as he believed it to be too dangerous for the village.[54]

Their relationship hit a major snag when Anne learned that Hop Pop lied to her about the Calamity Box. She felt so betrayed that she ran away. However, she temporarily put her anger aside to work together with Hop Pop to save Sprig and Polly. After hearing what happened with Sprig and Polly's parents and seeing that he was truly sorry for lying to her, she forgave Hop Pop and they grew closer than ever before from the experience.[51] Although she isn't angry at him anymore, Anne is having a hard time letting go of Hop Pop's actions, who is trying to make it up to her for them. However, Anne tells Hop Pop that she wants to fully reconcile with him but tells him to give her time because she doesn't know what he needs to do in order to fix the strain in their relationship, which he understands. Also, Anne was given an apology from Hop Pop for pressuring her as she accepts his apology and they admit that some of their issues need fixing first before their relationship can be set right.[52] Based on what Anne tells Sasha about forgiveness with regards to Marcy in "The Beginning of the End" and glancing fondly at Hop Pop while in the flying castle, Anne is evidenced to have, at some point prior, finally reached the point of full reconciliation with him.

In "The Hardest Thing", when saying goodbye, Anne says she's lucky to call herself a Plantar and Hop Pop says he is blessed to have granddaughter like Anne. He also says if she ever needs a home cooked meal or her old room back, she can just stop by.

Sasha Waybright

Sasha becomes a true friend at long last.

Sasha is one of two friends Anne had when she was in their world. Anne and Sasha have been friends since they were little when Sasha defended her and Marcy from bullies when they were little kids. On her thirteenth birthday, Anne was defended by Sasha when Maggie, a fellow kid in their class, was ridiculing her Thai food, calling it a "puke bun". Sasha catches this, and talks Anne's bully down. From that incident onwards, Anne and Sasha are indebted to each other. We do know that Anne saw her as one of her best friends and did anything to earn said friendship, even things she didn't want to do. She sometimes worries about her and Marcy even though Sasha and possibly Marcy are using her.

In the episode "Reunion", in the flashback, Anne and Sasha were very close friends as it was shown when Sasha was trying to brighten Anne's day by hanging out with each other as a celebration for her birthday. Up until later when Sasha showed her toxic attributes when she forced Anne to do her bidding, despite Anne being clearly uncomfortable by the thought of stealing from a thrift store.

Later in the episode, Anne realizes how controlling Sasha was of her life when she was fighting with her the "Toad Way" when she defended Sprig from Sasha's sword, things heated up leading to the conclusion that Anne thought that Sprig's friendship with her was healthier than that of her relationship with Sasha.

Although Sasha can be very controlling of Anne, she on the other hand also cares for her stating that Anne should be better off without her when she let go of Anne's hand when the latter tried to help Sasha from the collapsing tower.

Anne initially is distrusting of Sasha in "The Third Temple" when she claims to want to apologize to her because of her previous actions though she eventually comes around and forgives her by the episode's end after going through the final challenge of the temple. They initially have trouble getting along again "The Dinner" when Sasha ends up in conflict with the Plantars and in "Battle of the Bands" where she tries to take control of the band and initially tries to go her own way for the band competition but in both instances, they were able to get past their conflict and even performed together with Marcy in the latter singing "No Big Deal".

When Anne finds out Sasha was only using her and Marcy to get to Newtopia and start the Toad Rebellion, their rekindled friendship shatters with Anne calling her a horrible person and ending their friendship to the point where she refuses to believe her when she warns her about King Andrias' true intentions, and she tried to kill her during their swordfight.[58] She eventually forgives Sasha when she realizes that she was right about King Andrias and their friendship is restored and they fight alongside each other against his robot army. When Anne gets transported back to Earth without Sasha, she makes it clear that her goal is to go back and save Sasha, while also making amends with her, calling her her "best" friend alongside Marcy, showing that she still believes Sasha wants to become a better person.

Anne and Sasha reunite once again in "Commander Anne," after she and the Plantars return to Amphibia, where Sasha and several others save her from a mind-controlled centipede and Anne immediately hugs her. After Sasha shows her around the Wartwood Resistance HQ, she tells her that she is putting her toxically manipulative days behind her, which leads her to making Anne the new commander of the resistance. Unfortunately, Anne does a poor job leading the others on a mission and tries to get Sasha to take command, but her stubbornness to do so annoys Anne, to the point she accuses her of trying to manipulate her again. Sasha eventually breaks down and confesses she's afraid to take charge with her back after almost losing her as a friend in Newtopia. This forces Anne to put herself in danger to get Sasha to take command again, and after the mission is completed, Anne tells Sasha that she has truly changed from before, and the two finally reconcile as co-leaders of the Resistance.

10 years later, even after falling into different friend groups during high school, they are still great friends and as close as ever hanging out whenever possible.

Marcy Wu

Anne and Marcy flying Joe Sparrow together

Marcy is also one of the two friends Anne had in her world. Again, the relationship between the three is still unknown, but Anne considers Marcy as one of her close friends. However, Anne is usually responsible for making sure Marcy doesn't get herself injured, due to her clumsiness. It isn't until Anne sees Marcy fend for herself, that she realizes that Marcy has truly changed since they arrived in Amphibia and she's more than capable of taking care of herself now. After Marcy learns that Anne and Sasha had a fight, she and Anne both agree that it's time they made their own decisions and promise to find Sasha, as well as a way home, together. The two are shown to share a close friendship with Marcy generally admiring Anne's ability to socialize and Anne admiring Marcy's brains and are supportive of one another.

Their friendship becomes strained in "True Colors" when Anne finds out Marcy intentionally planned on getting the two of them and Sasha trapped in Amphibia because her parents were planning to move. Marcy does come to realize her mistake in siding with King Andrias though and helps Anne and the Plantars by saving Sprig from falling to his death and also helping them escape back to Earth. When King Andrias proceeds to stab her, she uses her last breaths to apologize to Anne before collapsing, all the while Anne is devastated and horrified at Marcy's possible death. When Anne is transported back to Earth, she refuses to believe that Marcy is dead, and makes it her number one priority to make it back to Amphibia and make amends with her and Sasha, still calling her her best friend alongside Sasha.

In "The Beginning of the End," Anne comes to realize that she and Sasha had been taking Marcy for granted by not investing themselves in her interests and likely her needs. This causes Anne to feel that both she and Sasha are also to blame for Marcy tricking them into getting sent into Amphibia, but unlike Sasha at the time, Anne is willing to make things right with her and has confidence they can work out their problems, eventually getting Sasha to agree as well. She is, however, horrified to see her become possessed by The Core.

In "All In", Anne properly reunites with Marcy (who Sasha freed from the core) after she defeats King Andrias, and they finally make amends for everything.

10 years later, even though Marcy has moved out of town, she still visits whenever she can and their friendship is still unbreakable.

Wally Ribbiton

Wally was the first Amphibian to see Anne; he mistook her for a monster and rallied the citizens of Wartwood to go after her. After the misunderstanding was cleared up, he still had a hard time accepting her until in "Toad Tax" when she showed in a small act of kindness, he finally saw her as a person. Since then, he has been much nicer and more respectful towards the human girl. She found him annoying and unpleasant to be around. However, in "Wally and Anne", Anne began to see that he was a person deep inside with feelings and soon begin to find his happy-go-lucky attitude inspiring as it meant not caring about what others think and by the end of the episode they became good friends. In "Swamp and Sensibility", Anne learned that Wally actually comes from a wealthy family and saw how his double life was making him miserable. She helped him by making his father see who he really is and accepting him, which Wally is really grateful to her for. In "The Shut-In!", Anne is shown to have an alarm set on her phone to remind her of Wally's birthday.


Knowing how hard it is to run a restaurant from her parents, she went through great lengths to help his restaurant get a good review. This actually gave Stumpy he never had before; hope and after she turned his restaurant into a success, Stumpy thanks Anne for helping him with his diner by telling her that her parents would be proud.

Sadie Croaker

Like the rest of the Wartwood citizens, it took a while for her to get used to Anne. After the human girl showed her kindness in "Toad Tax", Mrs. Croaker started being friendlier towards her. Anne likes her feistiness and craftiness saying "That woman is everything I want to be".

Leopold Loggle

Anne finds his habit of beginning his statements with a positive then slowly transitioning into a negative annoying, but they still get along very well.

Tritonio Espada

Even though Tritonio Espada is a conman who tricked her, Sprig and Polly into helping him rob a train, he still made her realize teachers were tough on her because they saw her potential wanted her to succeed; this in turn inspired Anne to give teachers a chance and promised to be nicer to her teachers when she got home.

Mayor Toadstool

Mayor Toadstool took the longest of the Wartwood citizens to respect Anne. She was clearly disgusted by his greed and selfishness. However, in "Anne of the Year", he admitted even he was impressed by all she has done in Wartwood and that she deserved the frog of the year award. Since then Toadstool started to like Anne.

Captain Grime

The fierce toad warrior knew about her beforehand through Sasha. He became her enemy when he captured the citizens of Wartwood. When he tried to execute Hop Pop, Grime was amused when Anne started defying Sasha and convinced her to make her friend yield with a duel. When Grime claims to have reformed in "The Third Temple", Anne is a bit hesitant to trust him at first but soon accepts him by the end of the episode and even invites him over for dinner in "The Dinner" due to him being Sasha's friend. Any truce they had at that point is shattered in "True Colors" when he and Sasha proceed to betray the group and overthrow King Andrias. Later that episode though, they put aside their differences to help the rest of the group fight off Andrias and his robots when finding out his true nature.

King Andrias

King Andrias knew that Anne was part of some prophecy and decided to use her as a pawn to break it by using his superficial charm to manipulate her to get the music box recharged and back in his possession. The king of Amphibia extended a warm welcome to Anne and the Plantars and they easily bought his persona of a jolly and kind ruler.

In "A Day At The Aquarium", Andrias tells Anne about the Calamity Box, lying about how his ancestors were peaceful scientists who used it to study other worlds. He then tells the girls that they have to visit the three Temples to restore power to the box before they can go home, whilst keeping it a secret that the powers the 3 human girls got from the music box would be removed. In "True Colors", after Anne hands the Calamity Box over to Andrias, he dropped the charade and showed everyone the psychotic tyrant he really was. When she learns that he was planning on going to Earth and dominating its people, Anne vowed to put an end to his evil dreams of conquest.

King Andrias has become something of an arch-nemesis for Anne, as she had begun to hate him for how much he had deceived and hurt her and those she cares about. King Andrias began seeing her as a real threat when he saw she still had the powers of the blue gem after they were awakened by the grief it caused her from him dropping her best friend Sprig out a window of his flying castle.

During their final battle who tells Andrias she pities him because he locked himself away, afraid of making friends and burying feelings. Of course, this is right on the nose so it enrages him.

Mother Olm

When she learned of her existence from message on a vase on earth she knew it was important to meet with her. Anne, Sasha and the Plantars journeyed to the city of Proteus to see if she truly had any infromain that could help them defeat king Andrias. From her Anne learned of the prophecy that involved the the 3 human girls. Anne greatly values and respects Mother Olm's great wisdom and her support with her Quest.

Powers and abilities

  • Resourcefulness: In the episode "Anne or Beast?", she's able to craft both a rope trap which traps Sprig quite effectively and a wooden spear by herself after getting stuck in Amphibia. She also utilizes the weaknesses of her opponent such as the sun in "Combat Camp" to blind Tritonio and Sasha's cape to blind her in "True Colors".
  • Cooking: Anne is skilled at fusion cooking and cutting food. In "Lily Pad Thai," she was seen being proficient in culinary-related activities; having a vast knowledge of her own culture's cuisine. It was also stated that her parents owned a Thai restaurant back in her hometown. It can also be stated that she can be a professional waitress as she can persuade customers to eat at Stumpy's restaurant and acquire each customer's needs like delivering food and refilling drinks. She can also cook better than Hop Pop that as he once stated before eating Anne's homemade omelet that he was eating "garbage" all this time, it can also be a callback to how he'd always lose at the food competition when he submits his own food as an entry. In "If You Give a Frog a Cookie", she is able to bake cookies which her mother says are delicious (at least until it was discovered that she put bugs in them).
  • Athleticism: Anne has been shown to be a natural athlete, claiming to have played varsity and practiced bouldering in school. In "The Big Bugball Game", she quickly becomes the star player of the team and is able to help them win the annual Bugball game. She is also able to use her skills in combat as well, holding her own stand against Toad Soldiers in "Toad Tax" and other threats throughout the show. In "The Third Temple", she is able to resist the gravitational pull better than Marcy and the amphibians, as well as swing a warhammer quite easily which she claims, weighs around one ton.
  • Hunting: In "Anne Hunter" Anne put her self-consciousness aside in order to learn the true way of the hunter. After not listening to Sprig about the Plantar ritual, she found herself in a problem as the Plantars were captured. Anne panics and with a hallucination version of Sprig, she completes the Plantar ritual and saves the family.
  • Martial Arts: In "Ivy on the Run", Anne is shown to be a Muay Thai practitioner, as she dodges Polly's reckless headfirst attacks with ease and is able to counter-attack her, plus spar well with Wally.
  • Tennis Skills: Anne has been shown to be proficient in playing tennis and applies the skills, and her racket, to combat as shown in the theme song and various episodes of Season 1 and Season 2. However, since she hasn't really practiced she has shown to lose some of the actual playing skills she once had as Mr. Boonchuy remarks "your backhand's looking a little rusty" in "Anne-sterminator."
  • Swordsmanship: Anne has been shown to wield a sword since "Toad Tax", but received proper training in "Combat Camp" and used her newfound skill in various episodes such as "Reunion", "Handy Anne", "Return to Wartwood", "True Colors", "Fight at the Museum", and "Escape to Amphibia", along with her resourcefulness.
  • Formerly:
    • Calamity Box Powers: Anne possessed powers pertaining to the blue Calamity Gem of Heart. In "Anne or Beast?", because Anne protected Sprig for an instant, risking her safety for a stranger, she utilized a lot more strength than she normally could and in "Handy Anne" because something of significance of someone she cared about was destroyed for a few moments she had a boost in speed, agility, combat prowess and courage, even to the point of yelling at Veggierobo. Following the events of "True Colors", Anne seems to have gained the power from the blue stone of the Calamity Box, allowing her to have a different appearance like her hair turning blue along with her eyes and have multiple enhanced abilities. As shown in the events of "The New Normal", Anne's powers seemed to take a toll on her. Given that she couldn't seem to control her powers, Anne was left greatly exhausted, and claims to feel "bad" after using them. Despite the loss of stamina after using them, Anne seemed to get better control of her abilities after each use. In "The New Normal", Anne could only manifest them as blue energy around her eyes and fists and damage part of the Cloak-Bot, while in "Anne-sterminator," she manifested them as a flaring blue aura of intense energy and kicked the damaged Cloak-Bot into low orbit before it self-destructed. As seen in "Escape to Amphibia," Anne displayed some degree control of her powers, able to activate them at will and with no sign of fatigue after using them. Moreover, she released energy with greater intensity than the last two times she used them since her first return to Earth. In "Mother of Olms," it is revealed that Anne was destined to have her powers as Mother Olm state that the powers were rightfully hers from the start to save the people of Amphibia from the worst of themselves. However, Anne notes that she still can't fully control them.
      • Appearance Alteration: When Anne activates her calamity power, her eyes and hair change into a neon blue color, with twigs and branches left in her hair becoming permanent wooden horns. Also, the leaves flow around in her hair and around her. It's also possible that her former clothing is now a part of this form, as seen in the Season 3 intro when Anne changes into this form when she's wearing different clothes. However, if not using her full power, her hair will take on a darker shade, jagged and non-consistent flowing hair style.
      • Enhanced Strength, Durability, and Agility: Her connection with the blue stone massively increased her human abilities, allowing her to deliver more powerful strikes and made her more durable against enemies that would significantly injure her standard form. She was also incredibly agile while fighting foes, as seen in "True Colors" and "All In." The exact magnitude of her strength is unknown, but she was shown the power to smash sturdy material with her bare fists such as the armor of Andrias' Dyoplosaurus mech.
      • Enhanced Speed/Flash Step/Flight: The power of the stone also increased Anne's speed to supernatural levels. Anne had the power to vanish and reappear within seconds when battling King Andrias in his castle along with being able to move rapidly while mid-air. During the fight where her powers emerged, the lasers fired from Andrias' robots seemed to freeze around her as she moved, implying that she is capable of moving faster than light.
        • Instant Momentum/Sliding: As shown in the fight between her and the Cloak-Bot, Anne can quickly move on surfaces without taking a single step to the point where she leaves behind afterimages of herself.
      • Energy Manipulation: In this state, Anne can generate multiple blasts of intense blue energy powerful enough to make Andrias' Frobots and castle pillars explode when hit. She can also create a blue aura that seems to act as a propulsion boost for her agility.
        • Energy Augmentation: As seen in "Escape to Amphibia", Anne can use her raw energy of her blue state to power machines. Ally and Jess describe Anne in this state as being a "human battery," when she uses her power to strengthen and increase of the size of the portal to Amphibia.
        • Energy Infusion: As seen in "All In", Anne infused her sword with her energy, causing it to glow in the same blue color. Doing this increased the durability and overall effectiveness of her sword.
      • Power Restoration: According to Mother Olm in her titular episode, Anne has the ability to restore Sasha and Marcy's Calamity Box Powers. The process was done via Anne, along with Sasha and Marcy to focus on their love for Amphibia, allowing the Calamity Gems to resonate with their hearts and grant them their full power.
      • Telekinesis: When Anne was fighting Andrias while he was in his mech-suit, she was able to locate her sword (which was stuck to a Frobot) and bring it back to her from a far distance with her mind.
      • Full Calamity Powers: In "The Hardest Thing," Anne accessed the full extent of her powers when all three Calamity Gems were together in her final fight against The Core-controlled Moon. In this form Anne was clothed in golden armor with blue linings with gold and white boots, and blue skirt with matching cape. Moreover, her powers were far more intense than in her previous uses with them.
        • Energy Constructs: With her producing a greater amount of energy, Anne had the power to create any object of her choosing out solid blue energy. During her fight against the Core, Anne created a large tennis racket and tennis ball out of pure energy. The tennis ball would later transform into homing energy missiles in the form of kittens that yield incredible destructive power.
        • Immense Strength: Anne's strength with her full power is far greater than before. Not only could she destroy many of the Core's robots with her might, but also hold back the moon in part with Sasha and Marcy.
        • Immense Speed/Flight: With her powers boosted, Anne was much faster than before, allowing her to leave the planet's atmosphere in seconds and decimate the Core's monstrous robots.
      • Absolute Calamity Powers: When stopping the Core seemed impossible, Anne called upon the power of all three Calamity Gems by asking them to help her save Amphibia. The gems responded to her plea and imbued her with their hidden power. In this form, Anne's body brimmed with white energy, and her eyes became akin to blue stars. Sparks of the Calamity Gems' energies glimmered throughout her body, with a single spark glowing on her chest. Anne had absolute control of the gems' power, allowing her to destroy the Core-controlled moon in its entirety, but at the cost of her life.


Behind the scenes

Early development

Early concept art by James Turner depicted Anne with a lighter skin tone, blue hair, and casual wear from the start.[59]

In the show's pilot, Amphibiland, Anne was originally going to sport both of her shoes (the other one being broken) when being transported to Amphibia.

Later concept art by Joe Sparrow showed that Anne was going to have a much rougher hairstyle and have a more boring personality on Earth. She was also shown to be wearing many styles of clothing, including a SJMS jacket and longer shirt.

Anne's original character was originally envisioned as being a boring person on Earth, before being reinvented by the crew.[citation needed]

Name and basis

A photograph of Matt's grandmother as a child (far right)

Anne's last name, Boonchuy (Thai: บุญช่วย), roughly translates to "one who encourages or performs good deeds" in the Thai language.[60] This fits her character as she always attempts to help the people of Wartwood and improve herself. Her middle name, Savisa, is named after Matt Braly's cousin, Savisa Bhumiratana.[61][62]

Anne was based on Braly's childhood trips to Bangkok, Thailand, in that she is a Thai-American like him.[1] She was also based on Pacifica Northwest, a self-centered girl who improves her behavior as time goes by from the show "Gravity Falls", which Matt Braly worked on,[2] and on Matt Braly's grandmother when she was a child in terms of overall design.[3]


Anne is voiced by Brenda Song, who is also Thai-American. The announcement came from Deadline on March 27, 2019.[63]

Kai Zen voices Young Anne in "Lost in Newtopia".


Anne debuted in the series premiere, "Anne or Beast?", and in Teen Girl in a Frog World, she debuted in "No Signal."

Foreign voice actors

Language version Actors Notes
Argentina Spanish (Latin America) Arelys González
Brazil Portugese (Brazil) Juliana Cagiano
Czech Republic Czech Terezie Taberyová
Germany German Shandra Schadt
Denmark Danish Sasia Bernild Mølgaard
Spain Spanish (Castilian) Paula Carro
France French Julia Khaye
Greece Greek Giota Militsi (Γιώτα Μιλίτσι)
Hungary Hungarian Csuha Bori
Indonesia Indonesian Lanti Saladu
Israel Hebrew Na'ama Shitrit (נעמה שטרית)
Italy Italian Elena Perino
Japan Japanese Rio Satō (佐藤 里緒)
South Korea Korean Jo Kyeong-i (조경이)
Malaysia Malay Aby Zarina binti Ahmad Roslan
Netherlands Dutch Lottie Hellingman
Norway Norwegian Tomine Harket
Poland Polish Magdalena Wasylik
Portugal Portuguese Erica Rodrigues
Romania Romanian Jennifer Dumitrașcu
Russia Russian Yelena Shulman (Елена Шульман)
Sweden Swedish Amanda Jennefors
Thailand Thai Pimpida Pitaksonggram (พิมพิดา พิทักษ์สงคราม)
Turkey Turkish Ayça Köptur
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  • Anne is the first leading animated character in television history to be Thai-American and the second leading Asian-American animated character on a Disney Channel animated series, following Jake Long from American Dragon: Jake Long, who is of Chinese-American descent.
    • Anne wouldn't be the last Thai-American leading animated protagonist. The second would be Molly McGee from The Ghost and Molly McGee, who is of Thai and Irish descent.
  • Anne is the only girl in the Calamity Trio:
    • To be a main character.
    • Whose surname is revealed in the first season.
    • Whose eyes glow her gem color in the first season.
    • Whose parents appear onscreen.
    • To die on-screen.
  • Anne, Sasha and Marcy are the only humans to visit Amphibia.
  • Anne, Sasha and Marcy are featured in one first drawings creator Matt Braly ever did for Amphibia,[64] with Anne sleeping as Sasha holds her and Marcy on a couch at some point before the events of the series.[65] The drawing served as a way for Braly to remind himself that, "no matter what they went through on the show," Anne, Sasha, and Marcy would always care about each other.[66] The image was captioned with the words "Its complicated," which he revealed represented the complicated growth their dynamic would go through. Each of the trio, even Anne, had played a role in what made their friendship toxic, but each of three also played a role into repairing it into a healthy state. Upon breaking out of the dynamic they had found themselves in by being separated into different Amphibian communities, Anne, Sasha, and Marcy grew into new people who were ready to reform their friendship.[64]
  • It is revealed in "Reunion" that the day Anne was teleported to Amphibia was also the same day she just turned 13 years old, and her parents had planned to throw her a birthday party at home.
    • In the episode "The New Normal", it is revealed that Anne, Sasha, and Marcy have been trapped in Amphibia for five months by the time Anne returns to Earth.
  • Anne retained possession of the music box when she was transported to Amphibia, likely because she was the one who opened it.
  • Anne's eyes faded blue in "Anne or Beast?" and "Handy Anne", due to the effects of the Calamity Box.
  • Anne was part of her school's tennis Varsity,[22] which explains why she often carries a tennis racket with her.
  • Her eyes have brown irises.[67]
  • She is a loud and messy eater.[22]
  • She likes massage chairs and will protest at being asked to get off them.[56]
  • She reads zoo books and manga sometimes.[68]
  • She did a bouldering club in school.[69]
  • Anne was living in Amphibia for more than 4 months as of "Marcy at the Gates." By the end of the second season, she has been living there for 5 months total before finally returning home to Earth.
  • Anne mentions that she was once a whack-a-mole champion back on Earth.[70]
  • It is strongly implied that Anne is very responsible for the use of her phone since she spent days in Amphibia with her phone still being at full battery, until Hop Pop drained it all in the episode "Taking Charge".
  • She attends Saint James Middle School, which seems to be a parochial school.
  • Despite showing that she can get clean, having worn clean clothing and combed or slicked her hair on more than one occasion, Anne's hair always seems to revert back to having leaves and a stick in it as if she has been dragged through the woods again. During the first half of the third season, the leaves and sticks in her hair is gone due to her no longer living in Amphibia, which is a wild environment. When Anne returns to Amphibia, however, it isn't long before she reverts to her messy appearance, having lost her shoe again in quicksand.
  • Anne is shown to have a wide range of talents, such as dancing, shooting, cooking, sports, and sewing. It is implied that she learned some of these skills either through her family, her school clubs, or her friends Sasha and Marcy.
  • Some of Anne's quips such as her saving "Obvi", which is short for "Obviously" in slang, most likely came from Sasha, showing the influence she has had on her.
  • In "Reunion", it is revealed that prior to meeting the Plantar family, Anne hated frogs to the point that Sasha would make fun of her because of it and try to gross her out.
  • It is revealed in "A Caravan Named Desire" that Anne once accidentally ruined a school play as a child after she knocked herself over on stage, which set the stage ablaze and caused her classmates to panic. She deems this experience as traumatizing, which led to her disliking stage performing. Nonetheless, she still performed a play as Peter Pan in SJMS as seen in a flashback in "The First Temple".
  • In the episode "Quarreler's Pass", Hop Pop claimed he was going to talk about Anne's boyfriend "again" to Sprig and Polly when Anne pushed him off the Fwagon and off the cliff. Given Anne's irritation of Hop Pop asking her about it throughout the trip, it is ambiguous as to whether Anne may or may not actually have a boyfriend back home.
  • Matt Braly said during an interview that Anne reads manga, "[probably saw] anime", and watched The Lord of the Rings films.[71] The first fact was supported in the episode "Trip to the Archives", where she shouts "Zoo books and manga, here I come!".
  • Her fictional human counterpart is Anna from her story, Phone Mo, and a fictional character in the episode, "The Shut-In!".
    • In the Polish and Czech dub of the show, Anne is named Anna.
  • "Battle of the Bands" shows Anne to be a skilled guitarist, songwriter, and singer even though she's a teenager.
  • The powers Anne has from the blue gem of the Calamity Box give her a form similar to Super Saiyan Blue from the Dragon Ball franchise.
    • It is possible that Anne's blue hair is actually a reference to her prototype design, which also had blue hair.
  • It is unclear if Anne's powers are weaker than they should be, given the fact that part of the power was drained when she interrupted the charging process for the blue gem of the Calamity Box.
    • However, in "Anne-sterminator", when Anne used her powers, her hair was a slightly dimmer blue, was a lot more wavy and pointed, and didn't have branches stick out like how it did in "True Colors", showing she can limit the power input she uses even if unintentionally or unconsciously.
    • This is also shown to be true in "The New Normal" when Anne's eyes glowed brighter than how it was in previous seasons, but was limited to only her eyes and allowed her to sprint at great speeds, manipulate little energy and punch with great strength.
  • It is revealed in "Fight at the Museum" that Anne owns a Leo shirt and that her username on WooHoo! Queries is "bananner811".
    • 811 could also be a reference to Matt Braly's birthday, which is November 8th.
  • Initially, Anne was grossed out with the insect-based cuisine found in Amphibia, but over time she subtly went from hating Amphibian food to getting used to it, to even craving it near the end, sometimes catching herself for liking such weird stuff.
  • She dislikes durian as shown in "The New Normal".
  • According to her dad, Anne once changed the grades on her report card, which she didn't know he knew about.
  • Anne is associated with lotuses, which are a common symbol in Thai culture. For example, the symbol on Anne's T-shirt in season 3 is both a flame and a lotus, and her power aura takes the shape of lotuses in "True Colors".
    • Symbolically, the lotus in Thai culture is tied to spiritual awakening, which is an intentional reference to Anne developing Calamity Box powers.[61]
  • In the Amphibiland pilot, Anne was originally going to have both her shoes, write in her diary during her time in Amphibiland, and carry a picture that only had Marcy and Sasha.
  • Anne likely downloads every movie and show she likes before teleported into Amphibia, as she has a pretty large collection on her phone.
  • Anne likes rewatching movies and shows, as seen in many episodes.
  • During the lead up to the finale, Matt Braly revealed that Anne's "second character arc" was about her coming to have "self-love and self-esteem".[64] This was then outright confirmed in "All In".
  • According to the Guardian, Anne will die of natural causes in roughly 78 years, meaning she has a natural life-span of about 91 years.
  • Although the Guardian claimed to have revived Anne before she sacrificed herself to destroy the Core by making a "perfect" copy of her, there is one flaw: Anne originally only had her left shoe, with the right one missing, but now she only has her right shoe, with her left one missing.
  • During the epilogue, Anne's birthday is mentioned to be on the same day as Andrias and The Core's invasion of Earth, implying the girls either spend exactly one year in Amphibia or it became Anne's new birthday, since that is the day she died and was revived by the Guardian.
    • However, this could just be an error.
  • Whilst discussing the ten year gap between their return to Earth and Anne's 23rd birthday, Matt Braly said he hopes to keep his comments on the relationship between Anne and her friends during that interim vague to ensure any fan "interpretation is preserved and valid."[72]
  • If her ending monologue is counted, Anne is the last character in the series to speak, and one of the last to be seen, alongside Sasha and Marcy.
    • However, if her monologue is not counted, the unnamed children in her class would be the final characters to speak.
  • Matt Braly personally sees Anne saying goodbye to the Plantars, with the hope she will see them again one day, as his goodbye to Amphibia, with the hope that he perhaps one day will return to this world he has created.[73]
  • A newspaper article with Anne's picture in the headline "Girl Lost in Frog Land?? Hoax??" appears on Camila Noceda's tablet at the end of The Owl House's Season 2 finale, "King's Tide".



  1. 1.0 1.1 Braly, Matt (February 23, 2018). "Lastly, it fills me with pride to say that Anne, the lead character of our show, is Thai!! Growing up Thai/American meant I almost never saw myself on screen and regardless of what happens, this has been a dream come true for me." (Tweet). Twitter.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Disney Channel TV PR [@DisneyChannelPR] (June 6, 2019). Some of #Amphibia creator @radrappy's inspirations for Anne stemmed from his work on the character Pacifica Northwest in #GravityFalls. He wanted Anne to go through a similar redemption arc & become a character people rooted for. The series premieres June 17 on #DisneyChannel. (Tweet). Twitter. Archived from the original on 2022-06-13.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Disney Channel TV PR (June 11, 2019). "Anne Boonchuy's hair & overall look was inspired by an image that #Amphibia creator @radrappy had of his grandmother as a little girl (seen on the far right). Just like Anne, she was confident and fearless. The series premieres June 17 on #DisneyChannel and in #DisneyNOW." (Tweet). Twitter.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 Matt Braly, Jack Ferraiolo (writers) and Bert Youn (director) (June 17, 2019). "Anne or Beast?". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 1A. Disney Channel.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Adam Colás (writer) and Derek Kirk Kim (director) (July 1, 2019). "Lily Pad Thai". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 9A. Disney Channel.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Adam Colás (writer) and Derek Kirk Kim (director) (July 16, 2019). "Combat Camp". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 18B. Disney Channel.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Adam Colás (writer) and Kyler Spears (director) (July 11, 2020). "Handy Anne". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 1A. Disney Channel.
  8. Jenava Mie (writer) and Kyler Spears (director) (July 18, 2020). "Anne Hunter". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 2B. Disney Channel.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 Michele Cavin, Jenava Mie (writers) and Kyler Spears, Jenn Strickland (directors) (May 24, 2021). "True Colors". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 20. Disney Channel.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 Adam Colás, Todd McClintock (writer) and Joe Johnston, Jenn Strickland (directors) (October 2, 2021). "The New Normal". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 1. Disney Channel.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 11.7 Michele Cavin (writer) and Joe Johnston (director) (October 30, 2021). "Anne-sterminator". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 5B. Disney Channel.
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7 Gloria Shen, Michele Cavin (writers) and Joe Johnston, Jenn Strickland (directors) (March 19, 2022). "Escape to Amphibia". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 10. Disney Channel.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 13.7 13.8 13.9 Matt Braly, Jack Ferraiolo (writers) and Derek Kirk Kim (director) (June 17, 2019). "Best Fronds". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 1B. Disney Channel.
  14. 14.00 14.01 14.02 14.03 14.04 14.05 14.06 14.07 14.08 14.09 14.10 14.11 14.12 Matt Braly, Adam Colás, Jack Ferraiolo, Gloria Shen (writers) and Derek Kirk Kim, Kyler Spears, Bert Youn (directors) (July 18, 2019). "Reunion". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 20. Disney Channel.
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 "Amphibia Main Theme"
  16. (August 14, 2020). "8-bit Theme Song Takeover". Disney Theme Song Takeover. Theme 1. Disney Channel (YouTube).
  17. (January 10, 2021). "Sasha Theme Song Takeover". Disney Theme Song Takeover. Theme 2. Disney Channel (YouTube).
  18. (September 30, 2021). "Marcy Theme Song Takeover". Disney Theme Song Takeover. Theme 3. Disney Channel (YouTube).
  19. Jenava Mie (writer) and Joe Johnston (director) (April 17, 2021). "Bessie & MicroAngelo". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 18A. Disney Channel.
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 Gloria Shen (writer) and Jenn Strickland (director) (April 17, 2021). "The Third Temple". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 18B. Disney Channel.
  21. Adam Colás (writer) and Bert Youn (director) (June 25, 2019). "Sprig Vs. Hop Pop". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 6A. Disney Channel.
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 Gloria Shen (writer) and Derek Kirk Kim (director) (June 18, 2019). "Flood, Sweat & Tears". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 2B. Disney Channel.
  23. 23.0 23.1 Michele Cavin (writer) and Kyler Spears (director) (September 19, 2020). "The Sleepover to End All Sleepovers". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 10A. Disney Channel.
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 24.4 24.5 24.6 Jenava Mie (writer) and Bert Youn (director) (July 17, 2019). "Anne of the Year". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 19B. Disney Channel.
  25. 25.0 25.1 Adam Colás (writer) and Joe Johnston (director) (October 23, 2021). "Fight at the Museum". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 4A. Disney Channel.
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 Michele Cavin (writer) and Joe Johnston (director) (October 23, 2021). "Temple Frogs". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 4B. Disney Channel.
  27. 27.0 27.1 Jenava Mie (writer) and Roxann Cole, Kyler Spears (directors) (October 30, 2021). "Fixing Frobo". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 5A. Disney Channel.
  28. 28.0 28.1 Adam Colás (writer) and Roxann Cole, Kyler Spears (directors) (November 6, 2021). "Mr. X". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 6A. Disney Channel.
  29. 29.0 29.1 Todd McClintock (writer) and Jenn Strickland (director) (November 6, 2021). "Sprig's Birthday". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 6B. Disney Channel.
  30. 30.0 30.1 Michele Cavin (writer) and Roxann Cole, Kyler Spears (directors) (November 20, 2021). "Hollywood Hop Pop". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 8A. Disney Channel.
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 31.3 31.4 Todd McClintock (writer) and Joe Johnston (director) (November 20, 2021). "If You Give a Frog a Cookie". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 8B. Disney Channel.
  32. 32.0 32.1 32.2 32.3 32.4 32.5 32.6 32.7 Adam Colás, Jenava Mie (writers) and Roxann Cole, Kyler Spears, Jenn Strickland (directors) (November 27, 2021). "Froggy Little Christmas". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 9. Disney Channel.
  33. Gloria Shen (writer) and Joe Johnston (director) (November 13, 2021). "Spider-Sprig". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 7A. Disney Channel.
  34. Disney Channel (June 7, 2019). Brenda Song Through the Years | Amphibia | Disney Channel (Video) (English). YouTube. Disney Channel YouTube channel. Archived from the original on 2022-03-23.
  35. 35.0 35.1 Michele Cavin (writer) and Derek Kirk Kim (director) (June 27, 2019). "Contagi-Anne". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 8A. Disney Channel.
  36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 Jenava Mie (writer) and Derek Kirk Kim (director) (July 15, 2019). "Cursed!". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 17A. Disney Channel.
  37. Matt Braly, Jack Ferraiolo (writers) and Bert Youn (director) (June 19, 2019). "Hop Luck". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 3A. Disney Channel.
  38. Matt Braly, Jack Ferraiolo (writers) and Bert Youn (director) (June 20, 2019). "Taking Charge". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 4B. Disney Channel.
  39. 39.0 39.1 Todd McClintock (writer) and Joe Johnston (director) (July 11, 2020). "Fort in the Road". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 1B. Disney Channel.
  40. Adam Colás (writer) and Bert Youn (director) (June 26, 2019). "Dating Season". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 7A. Disney Channel.
  41. 41.0 41.1 Matt Braly, Jack Ferraiolo (writers) and Bert Youn (director) (July 3, 2019). "Hop Pop and Lock". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 11B. Disney Channel.
  42. 42.0 42.1 Michele Cavin (writer) and Derek Kirk Kim (director) (July 2, 2019). "Toad Tax". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 10A. Disney Channel.
  43. Matt Braly, Jack Ferraiolo (writers) and Derek Kirk Kim (director) (June 17, 2019). "Best Fronds". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 1B. Disney Channel. Anne: "If a friend likes a pencil case, you get it for them. If your friend likes your new shoes, you give them to her. And if your friend wants you to steal a crazy music box from a thrift store, even if you really don't want to, you do it, okay?"
  44. 44.0 44.1 44.2 Todd McClintock (writer) and Jenn Strickland (director) (September 12, 2020). "Hopping Mall". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 9B. Disney Channel.
  45. Jenava Mie (writer) and Jenn Strickland (director) (August 29, 2020). "Lost in Newtopia". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 8A. Disney Channel.
  46. Gloria Shen (writer) and Roxann Cole, Kyler Spears (directors) (October 9, 2021). "Hop 'Til You Drop". Amphibia. Season 3. Episode 2A. Disney Channel.
  47. 47.0 47.1 Adam Colás (writer) and Kyler Spears (director) (April 24, 2021). "The Dinner". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 19A. Disney Channel.
  48. Adam Colás (writer) and Derek Kirk Kim (director) (June 18, 2019). "Cane Crazy". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 2A. Disney Channel.
  49. 49.0 49.1 49.2 49.3 Matt Braly, Adam Colás (writers) and Joe Johnston, Jenn Strickland (directors) (August 15, 2020). "Marcy at the Gates". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 6. Disney Channel.
  50. 50.0 50.1 Gloria Shen (writer) and Joe Johnston (director) (September 19, 2020). "A Day at the Aquarium". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 10B. Disney Channel.
  51. 51.0 51.1 51.2 51.3 Jenava Mie (writer) and Kyler Spears (director) (March 13, 2021). "After the Rain". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 13B. Disney Channel.
  52. 52.0 52.1 52.2 Adam Colás, Todd McClintock (writers) and Kyler Spears, Jenn Strickland (directors) (March 20, 2021). "The First Temple". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 14A. Disney Channel.
  53. 53.0 53.1 Todd McClintock (writer) and Jenn Strickland (director) (April 10, 2021). "The Second Temple". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 17A. Disney Channel.
  54. 54.0 54.1 Gloria Shen (writer) and Bert Youn (director) (July 11, 2019). "Bizarre Bazaar". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 16B. Disney Channel.
  55. Todd McClintock (writer) and Joe Johnston (director) (April 24, 2021). "Battle of the Bands". Amphibia. Season 2. Episode 19B. Disney Channel.
  56. 56.0 56.1 Michele Cavin (writer) and Bert Youn (director) (June 25, 2019). "Girl Time". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 6B. Disney Channel.
  57. Jenava Mie (writer) and Derek Kirk Kim (director) (June 24, 2019). "Anne Theft Auto". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 5A. Disney Channel.
  58. Breda, Inbal [@GreyAnnis] (May 24, 2021). "I wanted Anne and Sasha's rematch to feel really intense, Anne is swinging wildly and going for the vitals while Sasha is mostly defending or trying to knock Anne's sword away. Tried to incorporate a little grappling as well." (Tweet). Twitter. Archived from the original on 2021-05-24. Retrieved on 2022-04-14.
  59. Anne and Weed concept by James Turner
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  68. Michele Cavin (writer) and Bert Youn (director) (July 8, 2019). "Trip to the Archives". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 13B. Disney Channel.
  69. Adam Colás (writer) and Bert Youn (director) (July 10, 2019). "Wally and Anne". Amphibia. Season 1. Episode 15B. Disney Channel.
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Main characters Anne BoonchuySprig PlantarHop Pop PlantarPolly Plantar
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Merry Band Jojo PotatoLittle LouiseTritonio Espada
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