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Adrian's all bubbly with excitement now that she's moving into her new house, which means it's a good time for new beginnings. And while that's going on, Grace and her mom are arguing over Jeff, Kathleen's younger new man, whom Kathleen brought to church that day.
And in turn, Adrian asks Ricky if he isn't afraid that someone he loves could just take off too: someone like John, if Amy chose to leave with him. Meanwhile, back at the Juergenses', Anne is about to go into labor—and she doesn't have time to get to the hospital. Amy soon meets Jimmy, her mother's high school boyfriend's son, on a trip to visit Mimsy, her grandmother, and really likes him.
Amy and Ricky run off to get married but don't go through with the wedding because the director of the chapel they go to is crazy. Reason: Jimmy finds a condom in Amy's purse, and he's not really ready to be with her and John. Reason: Amy realized that Ben was not the one for her and that Ricky was while she was in Hudson University (Revealed by Brenda Hampton).
Amy originally joined band because she had a crush on an unnamed boy, according to The Secret Diary of the American Teenager. She had her first kiss, lost her virginity, and became pregnant to Ricky Underwood, all of this the same night.
Amy does not know Ricky cheated on her twice after they agreed to start a relationship in New York. Proposed to Ricky Underwood in an attempt to compete with Adrian Lee and Ben Boykewich when she learns of their engagement.
Continued the competition with Adrian, until an incident in the hallway in the episode "Loose Lips". Angered Ben Boykewich in an attempt to insult his relationship with Adrian.  He turned the tables and also insulted her relationship with Ricky Underwood. She keeps an e-diary where she admits to still wanting to be with Ben, being jealous of Adrian, and believing that Ricky and Adrian could have been happy if they'd stayed together. So remember, these characters hold a special place in the hearts of children and we need to show them a little respect, right? In the first game, the animatronics consist of the titular Freddy Fazbear, as well as Bonnie, Chica, Foxy, and additionally, the mysterious Golden Freddy. In the third game, there is only one true animatronic capable of killing the player: a yellowish-green, deteriorated, rabbit-like animatronic named Springtrap. In the fourth game, the original four animatronics do not return, however their nightmarish and more mangled counterparts appear, and are referred to as Nightmare Freddy, Nightmare Bonnie, Nightmare Chica, and Nightmare Foxy. The game's developer, Scott Cawthon, has stated that there is a secret reason for the animatronics' homicidal tendencies that may involve paranormal activity. In the first game, the animatronics wander about Freddy Fazbear's Pizza after-hours in a "free-roaming mode" (due to their servos locking up if they stay in place for too long) and sometimes coming after the protagonist Mike Schmidt. Because the security guard is at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza after business hours, the animatronics won't recognize him as a human; rather, they will think that the player is simply an endoskeleton without a costume on. In Five Nights at Freddy's 2, the animatronics aren't left on a free-roaming mode at night. In the second game, the new "toy" animatronics are supposedly connected to a criminal database enabling them to identify dangerous individuals in the restaurant and protect their valued customers if necessary.
In the third game, there is a major difference in how the mechanics inside of the animatronics work. Ultimately, as seen in the minigame at the end of Night 5, this is what led to the death of Purple Guy. In addition to the different endoskeleton variety, the third game also shares a function from the second game, in that the animatronics are programmed to move towards any sounds they detect (for, as Phone Guy states in Night 2, "An easy and hands-free approach to making sure the animatronics stay where the children are"). In the fourth game, it is slightly speculative onto how the nightmare animatronics - including Plushtrap - came to be.
It is shown throughout the week that the crying child who they play as has an irregular attachment to the animatronics, even calling them his "friends" on Night 1's minigame.
On Night 5 during a minigame, it was shown that The Bite of '87 may have occurred during a birthday party, with Fredbear being responsible for the bite due to a malfunction in his jaw. The endoskeletons are one of the driving points of the game as they are what gets the player killed - not the physical endoskeleton, per se, but the animatronics' confusion of it with the player. This does not appear to be the case in the third game, however, as upon death, the screen will simply say Game Over, possibly implying that Springtrap intends to outright kill the player rather than stuff them into a suit.
If the player wants to see endoskeleton in-game of Five Nights at Freddy's, the easiest way is in the flashing image of Freddy on the title screen. In Five Nights at Freddy's 2, a bare endoskeleton appears in the Prize Corner and the Left Air Vent on rare occasions.
In Five Nights at Freddy's 3, there are no occurrences in which the player can clearly see any endoskeletons. In Five Nights at Freddy's 4, it is once again difficult to see a clear view of an endoskeleton. Since the release of Five Nights at Freddy's 3, a recurring element in the game is the appearance of various animatronics that can be worn as suits by employees.
The springlock suits were introduced to a Freddy Fazbear's Pizza at some point, likely before or during 1983 as seen in the television easter egg from Five Nights at Freddy's 4. It is generally assumed that one of the springlock suits was the suit used to perform the Missing Children Incident due to the fact that the suits are the only wearable suits present throughout the games in the series. In Five Nights at Freddy's 3's end-of-night minigames, we learn that Purple Guy meets his death by the hands of the Springtrap suit, likely due to his labored breathing and rain puddles on the ground. From there, the suits go essentially untouched before the employees from Fazbear's Fright: The Horror Attraction unearth Springtrap from the Safe Room and place him as the star attraction at the location, setting up the events of Five Nights at Freddy's 3.
The springlock suits are composed of several individual spring-powered locking mechanisms, hence the name "springlock." When one wishes to change a springlock suit from its animatronic form into its suit form, one must insert a hand crank into its designated slot and proceed to turn it firmly into its position.
When operating a springlock suit, one must be careful to not nudge, breathe on, or touch any of the springlocks. From the various springlock suit appearances in Five Nights at Freddy's 3, we can gather that this event has taken place twice within the history of the franchise.
Freddy's plushie will appear atop the player's left-most computer screen, while Bonnie's will appear lower and to the left of that, sitting on the corner of the desk. From left to right: Freddy, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, Freddy's microphone, BB, Toy Bonnie, the Cupcake, Golden Freddy.
The Prize Corner will also display three Freddy plushies, three Bonnie plushies, and two Chica plushies. While no "plushies" are obtainable in the sense of the previous two games, a Freddy, Bonnie, and Chica set of toys are able to be seen on The Office's desk. The first notable appearance of the plushies is the Freddy plushie that is constantly sitting on the Bed.
The only other appearance of the plushies within Five Nights at Freddy's 4 is Nightmare Foxy's (or Nightmare Mangle's) form after being repelled completely. With the exception of Freddy, all of the mascots' names are alliterative with their species.
Freddy's alliteration is with his surname, while his first name rhymes with the word 'Teddy', as Freddy is a Teddy Bear. Scott has confirmed in a Q&A that he planned to add other characters in the first game, and that some characters did not make the cut. The turning point came in January of 2014, when he released a game called Chipper & Sons Lumber Co.
Obviously, this was incredibly discouraging to Scott and he almost quit making video games all together. Before I began work on FNaF, I had to choose what game to make out of three potential games, knowing it might be my last try before having to start a new career. He used the criticism that his characters looked like creepy animatronics and flipped it by making a game about incredibly creepy animatronics! It was such a success that he pushed out Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 in November of 2014, and Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 just this past week! So, the lesson to be learned here is one that we all have heard 1,000 times: perseverance, patience, learning from shortcomings, hard work, and good quality content will win at the end. And, while she and Ricky may not be hooking up anymore, she's still trying to get him to see Dr.


But, thanks to George's helpful advice, all that's about to change: Ben shows up with a cooler full of chicken wings for a romantic little backyard picnic with his Ames. Amy gets so excited by the attention, she suggests they get engaged again—this time for real.
The situation gets even stickier when Jeff tells Tom he's thinking about marrying Kathleen—and they've pretty much just met! Instead, George, Amy, and Ashley help her deliver the baby, whom they name after Anne's father, Robert. She is the older sister of Ashley Juergens and Robie Johnson. During season 1, Amy gives birth to her son, John Juergens, making her a teen mother at the age of 15. However, when he doesn't return her call, Amy turns to Ricky for "kissing lessons," which her sister sees the beginning of. Ricky later visits Ben at his home and takes him to see Amy in an attempt to get them back together. With Ricky's urging, Ben and Amy talk and decide that they would give their hopes and dreams to another after Adrian tries to tell Ben that she had a false alarm. She and Madison are no longer friends because she took Lauren's side after Madison slept with Jesse. While in The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Amy says it was to over come her fear of "the wolf" in the song "Peter and the Wolf" and to please her mother.
Some of the animatronics from the previous titles also make appearances as visions of the older characters, and are known as phantoms: Phantom Freddy, Phantom Chica, Phantom Foxy, Phantom Mangle, Phantom BB, and Phantom Puppet.
Additionally, the game introduces a plushie of Springtrap (known as Plushtrap), along with two new animatronics, Nightmare Fredbear and Nightmare, the latter replacing the former on Nights 7 and 8.
He has confirmed that the pizzeria is haunted by what is implied to be the ghosts of the victims of The Missing Children Incident. As this is against the rules at the establishment, they will attempt to forcefully stuff the player into an animatronic suit (despite this, the animatronics often pass by the endoskeleton Backstage and make no attempt to stuff it inside a suit, which may simply be an oversight). Instead, during their construction, the robots were never given a proper night mode, so, at night, when they don't hear noise, they think they're in the wrong room.
As the week goes on, this coding appears to drastically malfunction as Phone Guy informs the player of the animatronics merely staring at adult patrons regardless of their hostility. As stated by Phone Guy in his phone calls throughout the week, two animatronics (one being Springtrap, the other being Fredbear as revealed in Five Nights at Freddy's 4) were designed to be different than the others - instead of functioning only as robots, they were made so that the mechanical parts inside of them could be tightly compressed against the inner walls of the suit, using spring locks to hold them in place.
When he was cornered by the spirits of the five murdered children, he attempted to flee and hide inside of the Springtrap suit. Because of this, the player is able to use the attraction's audio devices to lure Springtrap throughout the halls of the building, thus keeping him away from the player. Their behavior appears to be somewhat detached from reality, often teleporting into the room and zipping off the bed in a speed too fast for a normal living thing to master. On Night 3's minigame, multiple plushies of the animatronics (including Plushtrap, who is described as a "finger trap" by a young girl's father) are seen next to kids in the outdoors.
It was also shown that the child was forced into the mouth of Fredbear by his older brother attempting to scare him. According to the rules of the establishment, an endoskeleton is not to be seen outside their suit, so the animatronics are programmed to forcefully stuff any exposed endoskeletons into a Freddy Fazbear suit. The player can also clearly see large portions of the endoskeletons on all four of the older characters, as they are heavily damaged, leaving their inner mechanisms visible to the player.
However, by looking closely, the player can see mechanical parts and circuitry inside of Springtrap, through the holes torn in the actual suit. Doing so will proceed to coil the springs into their suit positions, causing the endoskeleton parts to be compressed and locked around the sides of the suit.
If this is to occur, the wearer of the suit has little chance of survival; the springlock touched within the suit will become loose and the metal endoskeleton parts will rapidly recoil inwards, thus impaling and killing the user of the suit.
It is unknown why neither the Toy Bonnie nor BB figurines are obtainable at the prize counter, although it is possible that they are hidden within the counter at the Prize Corner, as prizes are occasionally stored in this fashion at restaurants like Chuck E. They serve no functionality and are presumably there for aesthetics, as the attraction is based on the events of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza.
It too serves no purpose other than aesthetics, although clicking on its nose will resort in the honking noise from the previous three games. The child is revealed to have Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy plushies in his room, with the Foxy plush missing its head.
I was choosing between a sequel to The Desolate Hope, a remake of my first game – Legacy of Flan, or a new idea about animatronics and security cameras.
If I were in his situation, I honestly can’t say if I would have given up or kept pushing on. The attention to detail in these games in the storyline shrouded in mystery, the many easter eggs, and rare screens not only makes the games very replayable, but in the process he’s created a very strong fan base.
A story that’s been told many times, but it really is great to see it happen and experience a part of it, even if you have to endure some failures and jump scares along the way. He has worked on a range of projects from commercial, to short narrative, to feature length documentaries. Good thing Grace doesn't know, because she really doesn't approve of her mom dating again so soon after Marshall's death. But as George spends some time with Robie, actually looking at the baby, he formulates a slightly disturbing question: Just whose son is Robie?
She is also Ricky Underwood's wife (she married Ricky after a couple of years, confirmed by Brenda Hampton)[1]. She has to attend summer school because she failed to complete some assignments due to her pregnancy. Amy soon confronts Jimmy about him not calling her back and the two make up, but it is too late for everyone else.
Later on though, she gets betrayed by the two who become friends again and bond over their annoyance toward Amy. Amy mentors Kathy, a pregnant freshman from Texas who gives birth to her daughter in the episode "Hedy's Happy Holiday House." She gives up her daughter to the adoptive parents.
While in Italy Ben cheated on Amy with Maria, an Italian girl he met while on his trip to Bologna. They are only capable of jumpscaring the player, but this can still prove to be a major obstacle in the player's progress. In the Halloween Edition, three new nightmare animatronics were added replacing some of the original nightmare animatronics, including Nightmare Mangle, Nightmare Balloon Boy, and Nightmarionne, as well as a retextured Nightmare Bonnie known as Jack-o-Bonnie and a retextured Nightmare Chica known as Jack-o-Chica, with her cupcake being replaced by a jack-o'-lantern. As a result, the screeches of the other animatronics upon killing the player are often theorized to be the terrified screams of said children who were murdered and presumably stuffed into the animatronic suits. Unfortunately, there is no room for a human to stay alive inside the suits as they are filled with crossbeams, wires, animatronic machinery, and other structural pieces especially around the facial area. They then try to find the nearest source of noise in an attempt to find a room with potential customers - in this case, the player's office where either Jeremy Fitzgerald or Fritz Smith reside, depending on the night. The toy animatronics are also potentially hostile to their identified criminal targets as Phone Guy advises the player to avoid eye contact with them for their own safety. Although this plan initially appeared successful, the mechanical parts shifted back into place, killing him, although there are several theories as to what caused the Springlock suit to malfunction. It is believed that the nightmare animatronics are only a figment of the protagonist's imagination, just like Golden Freddy from Five Nights at Freddy's is believed to be as well. At night, they will confuse the player for an endoskeleton and stuff them in a suit, which is filled with wires and crossbeams, as mentioned by Phone Guy, ultimately resulting in death, which the game over screen clearly shows.
There is also an extra endoskeleton Backstage for one of the animatronic characters, which can be seen on the table in the room. In the three main toy animatronics, the player can sometimes see glimpses of their endoskeletons at certain angles. Although a clear picture of the endoskeletons is never visible, since Springtrap was presumably built before the events of the second game, it can be assumed that his endoskeleton is similar to those of the animatronics from the second game. Through closer inspection, these endoskeletons seem mostly the same from previous games, except for one strange difference of seemingly detachable razor-sharp claws on each metal finger. They continue to be used before a springlock failure incident occurring at an unnamed sister location.
The other was mentioned by Phone Guy, being a "springlock failure." Little-to-no context is given as to this event, so it is mostly regarded as speculation. Players and critics blasted him and his hard work saying the characters looked like creepy animatronics.
I’m just a fan of the games and have drawn inspiration from the story of the development, and this is my way of showing my support.


When Ricky asks George for advice, the conversation turns to whether Ricky can see himself having a future with either Adrian or Amy. Looks like Jack was doing a lot more than "just talking" with Madison at their Dead Parents Club sessions.
She reveals some vital info, something she hasn't even told Ricky: that she lost her virginity to her best friend, Antonio, right before he moved away for cancer treatment.
Later, when he actually keeps his promise to spend the night with her, he utters those three beautiful words to her, face to face: "I love you." Finally! Having heard this news, Ben becomes guilty over the job in Italy he has been offered by his uncle who lives in Bologna, a city. The incident with Ricky has already spread and causes Ben and Adrian to have sex for both revenge and comfort. During all of this, she has a hard time during summer school balancing her large amount of work with her friends (from Chicago that she met in New York) and having fun. Amy breaks off her engagement to Ricky Underwood and cancels their wedding, saying that while she loves him, she is not in love with him, nor is he in love with her, and he is only marrying her because of John. However, these nightmares from the Halloween update are non-canon while Nightmare Balloon Boy is the only exception. The only parts of the human body that would ever be seen again are the eyeballs and the teeth which pop out of the front of the suit's mask. However, similar to the first game, upon sighting a person after-hours, the old animatronics will assume the person is an endoskeleton without a suit on. However, the person inside of the suit would need to take extreme caution, as any sudden movement, touching the springlocks, or even breathing on them too much could cause them to loosen or malfunction, and all the mechanical parts would rapidly shift back into place, and anybody inside the suit would likely be severely injured or killed.
It is unknown if this is the case with Plushtrap, as he only makes an appearance in his own special minigame. Not to mention, there is an easter egg that depicts Purple Guy placing an animatronic head onto the head of another man already wearing the animatronic's body, possibly showing the suit he is wearing is a Springlock suit described in the third game. However, Fredbear's Family Diner was implied to have closed down before the events of the second game, leading some to believe that this was a different event entirely. They are composed of many mechanical parts and animatronic devices including wiring, eye and mouth pieces, moving limbs and digits, and voice boxes, all of which come together to make up a bipedal humanoid animatronic. Additionally, at certain angles on specific cameras, Chica's endoskeleton teeth can be seen from within her mouth. Additionally, since Mangle is a contorted mess of mechanical parts, its endoskeleton is clearly visible to the player in almost all of its appearances.
There are also out-of-place long, sharp teeth on each of the Nightmares' jaws, rendering it seemingly impossible for the Nightmares to close their mouths (however, it has been proven they can do it by taking a closer inspection at Nightmare Bonnie's jumpscare, who is clearly seen snapping his mouth open and shut).
Due to this unfortunate event, the suits were decommissioned, presumably for a repair and reuse at Fredbear's Family Diner as seen in the fourth game. When Ricky hears this, he understands why she wants a commitment, and he offers, for the first time, to spend the night with her—the whole night. Amy got pregnant and in the first episode she takes a pregnancy test, which is assumed positive, since the writers didn't give us much info at that point. Amy becomes jealous and asks to go with him. However, her parents forbid her to go because of her responsibilities at home with John.
As far as her love life at the beginning, she just goes through minor obstacles such as trying to get Ricky into college and to take her to the school dance. Amy then feels pressured by Ricky, her friends and her family to set a date for this wedding. Thus, they will attempt to forcefully stuff them into an animatronic suit, killing them in the process. This endoskeleton is housed inside a character-themed suit, thus bringing the animatronics to life for the patrons of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza as well as allowing them to roam around the establishment at night. Parts of Foxy's inner frame can also be seen as well, as he seems to have been damaged to an extent in areas below his waist and on his chest, arms, and lower legs. The new characters' endoskeletons are very different from those presented in the original game, them having more of a frame and featuring working ears built onto the head rather than the ears being built into the costume.
He figures that, if there's heat to be had between him and Adrian, he'd better just suck it up and make a real commitment to her—with hope for the future and all. Amy and Ben eventually break up due to the fact that he wants more out of their relationship.
Amy is accepted into a music program in New York, but insists she can't go because of John and her remaining schoolwork.
Yet, soon enough they get into a huge fight over Amy snooping on Ricky's phone to listen to the messages he saved from Adrian (who was trying to seduce him).
She also chooses to go to Hudson University in New York, where Leo offered her the basement floor and Ben the top floor of a three floor apartment while she's in school.
Her best friends are Lauren Treacy and Madison Cooperstein who are the first to know about Amy. Amy begins to develop a relationship with Ricky that makes Ben uncomfortable, because he believes Ricky is using the baby to get closer to Amy. Though she gets support from her friends and family including Ricky who decides to stay at her house while shes in New York to watch John.
Further on in the season, Amy goes through a rough patch when a rumor goes around school that her mother, Anne, may be gay. She comes back to the butcher shop with her parents several times as she debates whether or not to leave, even though she knows she will be back. Amy and Ben later break up in the halls of Grant High even though Ben asks her to talk. She later visits Ben when he is with his Italian friend Maria, where Amy becomes jealous of her.
This leads the students to start a rumor that Amy herself may be gay as well, because they thought it was genetic. Later afterwords with his father, Ben goes to see Amy in New York to tell her about Adrian's pregnancy. In addition to this, people were starting to say that she picked the 4th of July because it was a gay holiday, although this was completely untrue. Thankfully for her, the whole situation blew over due to a situation between Adrian and Grace.
In episode 5, What Have You Done To Me? Ben asks Amy to marry him.He asked her due to her pregnancy, and she was emotional because of that.
She is furious that Ben waited so long to tell her, and that she was the last person to know. Amy, Ben, and all of their friends get fake IDs and in episode 12, The Secret Wedding of the American Teenager, they get fake married and have a wedding reception. They realize that they never tried to be together since Amy was always with Ben so they talked about trying to be together. After Amy comes home she explains to Ben that she and Ricky should try to be a family for their son.
Amy decides to go back to Grant High School and Grace and the rest of her girls walk her down the hall in Back to School Special. Amy then persuades Ricky to ask her and John out on a date to try and make their relationship work.
The last moment of the season shows Amy, Ricky and John eating dinner at Ricky's apartment sharing yet another day together.
Ricky sabotages the adoption interviews with Donovan and his partner because Ricky wants to keep the baby. Amy finally decides to keep her son with the help of Ricky, Ben, and all her friends and family. In One Night At Band Camp it shows the back story of band camp and what happened between Ricky and Amy.
In And Unto Us, A Child Is Born Amy gives birth to her son and everyone meets the baby for the first time.



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