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The following is an overview of Anne Boonchuy's role in the series.
This article explains the history and broadly looks over the events this character has experienced.

"Anne or Beast?"

Anne first appears at the start of the episode, when she gets close to a frog named One-Eyed Wally, who mistakes her for a frog-eating beast and runs away. She later appears when a young frog named Sprig Plantar, who was following her to capture her and prove himself responsible, falls victim to a trap. Sprig tells Anne that he tastes terrible, only for Anne to explain that she doesn't want to eat him, and explains that she actually went near to Wally because she tried to ask him for help.

Suddenly, a giant mantis that was following Anne appears, forcing her to run, though she chooses to help Sprig escape. The two then hide from the mantis in a log. The two then introduces themselves, before a hungry Anne asks something to eat (aside from Sprig's first option, which was bugs). Sprig and Anne then go out for some food and eventually find food that Anne is willing to eat. Sprig asks Anne what and from where she is, to which she explains that she is a human being from another world, though she explains that she doesn't know how she was transported to Amphibia. Before the two can continue talking, however, Anne is suddenly ambushed by an angry mob from Sprig's village, who ties her, causing Anne to assume that Sprig set a trap for her.

Suddenly, the giant mantis comes back and tries to eat everyone. Sprig then redeems himself on Anne's eyes by untying her so she could escape. In spite of having her way clear, Anne chooses to help Sprig, who, thanks to Anne, manages to tie the mantis. With the creature defeated, everyone wonders what to do with Anne, with Mayor Toadstool proposing to run Anne out of the village out of fear of her eating somebody. However, Sprig explains that she's just lost and in need of help, and takes responsibility for her well-being, while Sprig's grandfather, Hop Pop, takes responsibility from both. Anne then asks for a map to get out of Amphibia, only for Hop Pop to reveal that the mountains surrounding Amphibia can't be climbed until a couple of months or she will die.

With no other place to stay for at least two months, Anne takes residence in the basement in Sprig's house. After moving on, Sprig tries to give Anne some of his toys, only to end up keeping everyone, thoroughly he is glad that Anne is staying. Once Sprig left, Anne took the mysterious box that transported her to Amphibia and opened it in hopes that it would transport her to Earth, however, the box didn't do anything, much to her annoyance. Anne then resigned herself to her fate.

"Best Fronds"

In a flashback/dream sequence, Anne is shown stealing the mysterious box for her friends and opening it, transporting her to Amphibia. Upon waking up, Anne initially assumes that the previous episode's events were just a dream, only to find the Plantars are watching her, much to her sadness. While Sprig tries to ask how did she sleep, Hop Pop tries to warn him that she could be dangerous, only for Anne to assure she means no harm. After Hop Pop and Polly leaves (and after Polly threatens to kill Anne should she give her a reason), Anne and Sprig find themselves alone in the basement. However, Anne isn't very happy but actually misses her home and friends, causing Sprig to ask her if they could be friends until she returns to Earth. However, Anne isn't very sure about it, even though Sprig promises it will be a fun experience, before asking what she and her friends do together, to which she mentions several things, such as watching TV and going to the beach. Sprig then reveals there is a lake they could go to.

Anne accepts and she and Sprig then prepare themselves to get to the lake. However, Hop Pop forbids them from going to the lake, claiming that the frogs may be prejudiced against her, and giving the very-contradictory order of staying inside the house until frogs get used to her presence and, to make sure she doesn't escape, locks the door.

Angry, Anne tries to convince Sprig to steal Hop Pop's key to unlock the door and escape, something Sprig is unsure to do, but Anne convinces him to do it by telling him that that's what friends do, helping each other to get what they want. Having convinced Sprig, the two went to steal Hop Pop's key, which was actually easy to do, mainly due to Hop Pop failing sleep. Having successfully escaped, Anne and Sprig made their way to the lake, with Sprig commenting that being a friend is actually cool, revealing that he barely managed to make friends before meeting her, something which he explained was because he was seemingly misunderstood by the other children's. Anne then commented that they are missing something great.

The two soon found the lake, however, there was a "Don't Swim" signal, which Sprig suspected was due to some danger being inside the lake. However, Anne refused and said that they should keep going. Fearfully, Sprig tried to stop Anne and go home, an action that caused Anne to claim that he's not even trying to be her friend, despite Sprig's claims that he is indeed being her friend. Anne then reminded him what she said before of what friends do, putting examples of giving friends things like a pencil case or one's own shoes just because the supposed friend wanted to, as well as giving the example of a friend wanting another to friend do something, even when the latter friend doesn't want to do it, putting the moment in which she stole the box that transported her to Amphibia as an example (This strongly suggests she was secretly being manipulated by her "friends" on Earth to get what they wanted).

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