Wendy and Robbie are still dating at the end of the episode. At the arcade, Dipper, Wendy, and Robbie. Wendy is in the arcade with Dipper, playing Fight Fighters in "Fight Fighters." After they win the first round, they get into a conversation about having to fight each other next time they meet up in Gravity Falls.
During an interview session at the police station, Chief Pentalobe questions Wendy about her relationship with Dipper. She says that they are just good friends who enjoy spending time together but adds that she would like to be more than that one day. However, when asked if Dipper was gay, she laughs it off saying that he's not even gay enough for her.
Later on, at the carnival, Wendy sees Dipper talking to Robbie. As she gets closer, she hears them talking about her. It turns out that Dipper has been pretending to be gay so that people will leave him alone around Robbie. He tells Wendy that she should have seen his hand signal back at the arcade when they were fighting each other next time they meet up.
Finally, at the end of the episode, we see that Robbie and Wendy are still dating at the end of the episode.
Later, Dipper gets it right and doesn't strike her with Mabel's aid, but he misses on purpose after travelling back in time to let Mabel win her pig, Waddles, again, because the scheme failed. However, in "The Time Travelers' Guide to Dating My Teenage Self", it is revealed that they broke up before traveling back in time.
Wendy ends up with Robbie after Dipper lets him win her heart once again. This time, however, she takes a real interest in him and they begin dating. They break up when she realizes he isn't ready for a relationship yet but they remain friends. In the final scene of the series, it is revealed that several months have passed since their last date and they have become close friends once again.
This never occurred, Stan Marsh. Stan has had a crush on Wendy from the beginning of the series. Right after Stan pukes on her, the two rekindle their emotions for one other and formally become boyfriend and girlfriend. However, this was all in the comic book where this story takes place.
Stan may like Wendy because she's cute or he could be attracted to her courage. Either way, this relationship is completely fake.
In the cartoon, they play off of each other's characters well. Stan is usually seen wearing a cap with a radio antenna on it. He also likes playing guitar. While Wendy often gets scared of monsters, she is also shown fighting off predators to protect herself and her friends. They both also love pizza. As far as I know, there is no real explanation for why these characters are friends. It just is what it is.
In conclusion, yes, Stan has a crush on Wendy but this story is all made up by someone who writes for The Marvel Comic where this story appears.
Simply said, by the end of the series, Wendy is not shown or inferred to be in a canonical love relationship. The reason for this is that the author elected not to match Wendy with anyone. However, as series fans, we are completely allowed to headcanon as we choose! She does, indeed. Have feelings for Peter.
In an interview with MTV, when asked if Wendy got married or had children, original writer/producer Andrew Stanton replied, "No, I didn't want to do that. I felt like it was enough drama on its own trying to navigate these kids' relationships." He continued, "I also felt like she was young enough where I didn't want to rush her into anything permanent."
So, while she doesn't marry or have children, it's clear that she has deep feelings for Peter that go beyond friendship and kinship.
Wendy is Stan Marsh's on-again, off-again girlfriend, and the most vocal of the 4th grade girls. She and Stan divorced for a few years, sending him into a temporary despair, until reconciling after they discovered the plot to change the Cutest Boys' List. Together again, they've been going out ever since.
In the original novel, Wendy goes to school with Stan. When she sees him being picked on by some boys, she fights them and beats them up. This makes the bullies hate her and she becomes friends with Stan. Later, she finds out that her dad is going to be fired from his job and they have to move to Florida. Before they go, she tells Stan that they can't see each other for a while but as soon as they get to Florida, they should go back to being together because she loves him. After moving to Florida, they stay with Aunt Lily who lives in a retirement community. One day when Stan goes to visit her, he finds out that her house has been burnt down and she died.
After this tragic event, Stan decides not to love anyone anymore and stays alone in his room listening to his music. One night, when he goes outside to take a walk, he meets someone who claims to be his new friend: Bruce Bogart. The next morning, when Stan wakes up, he finds out that it was all a dream.
There is no evidence that they had affections for each other, and Kyle has even indicated that even if he liked her, he would not date her because she was Stan's ex-girlfriend. Wendy, on the other hand, complimented Kyle's parenting abilities in the same show. In the episode titled "Mr. & Mrs. Mxiongson", it is revealed that Wendy and Stan both like Kyle's friend Max.
They dated for the first seven seasons of the program before splitting up, and then again from the twelfth to the twenty seasons, with two more breakups in between.
There is no evidence that they had affections for each other, and Kyle has even indicated that even if he liked her, he would not date her because she was Stan's ex-girlfriend. Wendy, on the other hand, complimented Kyle's parenting abilities in the same show.
Wendy played a "older woman" who had a crush on Squints, a little child in town. He pretends to drown at the town pool where she works as a lifeguard so she may give him mouth-to-mouth. He kisses her when she does. It is revealed towards the end of the film that the two finally married. She has a daughter named Mandy.
Squints was created by Steven Spielberg and he also directed this film. The character first appeared in 1972's Nickelodeon Magazine. Squints soon became one of the most popular characters in the magazine and later made his way into other media including television animation series that started in 1974. In total, there are five Squints movies that have been released so far: The Adventures of Squints (1972), More Adventures of Squints (1974), Beyond Squints! (1977), Back to Squants (1981) and Last Stand at Saber River (2013).
He has gone on many adventures with Nick Jr. !, some of which have been adapted into television shows. Some of these programs include: 1973-1974 - Rocko's Modern Life, 1994-1995 - Doug, 1995-1996 - Skippy, 1996-1997 - Dog & Cat Tales, 1997-1998 - Hey Arnold!