Amy's name tag with her real name.
Amy's name tag is a running gag on the show. She doesn't like strangers using her name so she wears name tags with a different fake name in nearly every episode. She's worn a name tag with her real name "Amy" in three episodes and also worn "Louise" and "Ruby" twice. Its first appearance is in the Season One episode " Pilot".
Amy explains why she wears name tags with fake names to Jonah. At the end of the day, she tells him her real name.
" Shots and Salsa"
Amy's name tag is often covered with her hair. In order to sell salsa,
Mateo wears a name tag with "Jose" on it.
When Jonah dresses up a blonde mannequin to get back at Amy, he puts her real name tag on it.
" Secret Shopper"
Jonah also wears a fake name tag. In celebration of his perfect score on a Cloud 9 employee test, he wears a name tag with "Ace" on it.
" Color Wars"
Amy leads the Gold Team to victory in the store's sales competition.
" Wedding Day Sale"
Again, Amy's name tag is often covered with her hair. The name tag is recycled for recurring minor employee
Amy wears her name tag only at the start of the episode.
Amy listens as Dina announces she is accepting a demotion to attend to "personal matters."
Amy wears her real name tag for the first time as she's now the store's assistant manager.
Amy again wears her real name tag before changing into a "Barbara Bush" pant suit and then the red strike t-shirt, neither of which she wears a name tag on.
" Back to Work"
Amy doesn't wear her name tag when
Marcus cut his thumb off.
" Spokesman Scandal"
Featuring: ELLA and HEIDI
Amy wears two different name tags. "Ella" when she's trying to change the TVs from showing the news story on
Kyle the Cloud 9 Cloud and then "Heidi."
" Halloween Theft"
Amy and several of the staff don't wear name tags. Instead, they wear Halloween costumes.
" Election Day"
Amy wears an "I Voted" sticker on her name tag.
" Black Friday"
Amy watches Jonah film his first Black Friday.
Rex shakes Amy's hand in several different ways.
" Ladies' Lunch"
Amy and the ladies don't wear name tags for much of this episode as they are out for lunch at
" Valentine's Day"
Amy's hair is now shorter, eliminating the problem with her hair covering her name tag.
" Wellness Fair"
Dina tries to get Amy to admit she faked being sick the day before.
" Integrity Award"
Amy doesn't wear a name tag for much of this episode as she is out of the store helping her parents
Ron and Connie Sosa move.
" Spring Cleaning"
Garrett try to figure out the employee whose picture is in a packet of photos.
" Cheyenne's Wedding"
Amy is at Cheyenne's wedding for much of this episode and doesn't wear a name tag.
Amy's name tag survives the tornado and the store being destroyed.
" Grand Re-Opening"
Amy doesn't wear her name tag when she and Jonah pick up the Minions costumes nor when she's dressed in a Minion costume.
" Brett Is Dead"
Amy's name tag isn't visible during
Brett's memorial service as it is covered by her raincoat. A Goof occurs when it disappears and re-appears from her vest several times starting at 3:02.
" Workplace Bullying"
Amy is put off when she finds out all the "cool" employees hang out after work at a "trivia night" except for her.
" Sal's Dead"
Amy dresses as
Selena for Halloween and accidentally matches Jonah with Kelly on an app on Jonah's phone.
" Health Fund"
Amy asks Jonah's opinion on a collection jar sign for
Mateo's ear infection.
" Christmas Eve"
Amy relates stories of her high school antics and that "Craymie" (crazy Amy) is going to be loosed.
" Viral Video"
Amy learns from Kelly's Instagram videos that Jonah is sleeping with her.
" Golden Globes Party"
Amy only wears her name tag at the start of the episode as she hosts a party at her home for most of the episode in non-work clothes.
" Groundhog Day"
Featuring: LYNDA and CHARLOTTE
Amy wears two name tags. First "Lynda" and then the day after her date with
Tate, she wears "Charlotte." Her hair is now brown.
" Video Game Release"
Amy and Jonah find a hidden recalled merchandise room and have fun with many of the items including spraying silly string on each other.
Amy watches a video on the store's TVs created by
Sandra of Amy and Jonah's kiss which is a parody of the a-ha " Take On Me" video.
Amy swears when she sees a picture of the man,
Walter, she turned down for a double date with Dina.
" District Manager"
Amy and Jonah watch new district manager
Laurie work and become engaged in a conversation with Justine, Marcus and Sandra about whether she is a bitch or not.
" Local Vendors Day"
Alex in the store and listens to him speak Spanish without understanding.
Amy relates her lottery dream to embarrass sales ladies like in
Pretty Woman but after hearing Sandra's wonderful philanthropic plans, she backtracks and mentions how she'd be charitable. She only wears a name tag at the start of the episode.
" Gender Reveal"
Amy downplays the pain of child birth to comfort Dina while eating nachos at
Coffee & Bakery. Lauren Ash, who wrote the episode, picked "June" in honor of her deceased grandmother.
Break Room, Glenn puts Amy on the spot and she reluctantly tells everyone she's pregnant.
" Town Hall"
Warehouse, Amy and Jonah tell the staff about Cloud 9's policy to fire older employees without cause and try to make plans to use the town hall to reveal this.
" Back To School"
Featuring: ROZ and EMILY
When working at a diner while she's suspended from
Cloud 9, Amy wears "Roz." On her first day back from suspension, she wears "Emily."
" Baby Shower"
Jerusha's and Cheyenne's baby shower, Amy plays a baby food tasting game but discovers the baby food has gone bad.
" Toxic Work Environment"
In order to get
Garrett to stop questioning why she and Jonah are driving to work together, Amy tells Cheyenne she has a talent for logistics and should organize a store car pool.
" Costume Competition"
Featuring: HARRIET and LOUISE
Amy wears "Harriet" when in
Glenn's Office and "Louise" when in a wheelchair before donning a Mario costume with no name tag for the rest of the episode. She previously wore "Louise" in " Back to Work".
" Delivery Day"
Amy wears her name tag at the episode start as her water breaks. She's then at two hospitals and wears no name tag.
" Managers' Conference"
Amy wears "Louisa" at the episode beginning and then wears no name tag while at the managers' conference.
" Shadowing Glenn"
Featuring: NOLA and RUBY
Amy wears "Nola" as she tells Glenn that she'd like to apply for the management training program. Later, she wears "Ruby" which she previously wore in "
" Cloud 9 Academy"
Amy wears an adhesive name tag with her real name while attending the Cloud 9 Academy class.
" Steps Challenge"
Featuring: SIERRA, CINDY and JOANNA
Amy wears "Sierra" the first day of the steps challenge, "Cindy" on the second day and "Joanna" on the third day.
Amy only wears a name tag at the start of the episode while trying to convince Glenn to let the staff go home due to the state of emergency caused by the blizzard.
While arguing, Amy and Jonah say that they love each other.
" Minor Crimes"
Featuring: DANI and HOPE
Amy wears "Dani" while listening to Glenn make his goodbye address on the store P.A. system and then wears "Hope" for the rest of the episode.
Dina spots someone dressed as an Easter bunny while spying on the staff. Amy and later, Jonah, discover there's a camera in the Break Room with a microphone and both hear staff saying things about them that they don't like.
Amy convinces Jonah to attend
Emma's quinceañera. She only wears the name tag briefly at the beginning of the episode and then wears no name tag while at the quinceañera.
" Cloud Green"
Amy yells at Glenn for disobeying her.
Suffering from remorse over implementing staff hours cut-backs, Dina lies on the floor of Amy's office and Amy joins her.
Amy is part of a
Goof in her office. As the camera quick cuts between her and Jonah, the pen on her desk moves and, the blue file folder flips between being open and closed at 6:00 to 6:02.
" Sandra's Fight"
Warehouse, Amy and Dina convince Jonah to help stop Sandra from forming a union to save the store from being closed.
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