Any “Futurama” fan will tell you that Amy isn’t a “butcher”. No, she’s sweet, sassy, and total talent. She also emphasized her speech with futuristic slang, valley girl style. As Tom explained, Amy’s original personality is tough and listless simply doesn’t fit:
“I’m not, it’s really not my personality that I speak out, you know, so when I met Matt [Groening] he was like, ‘Huh, well, we’ll have to figure this out.’ Then they made Amy a little softer, free of her love, let’s put it that way. And then they make Leela the more difficult person when Katey Sagal comes on the field, which also fits perfectly with her personality. “
While Amy’s character ended up being more in line with Tom’s, elements of the original concept were broken. Amy is studying engineering at Mars University, and her casual outfit is a pink tracksuit, similar to the jumpsuit Tom mentioned. In the first episode “Hell is Other Robots”, she even used a jackhammer and soldering glasses. But Amy only shows off her technical prowess occasionally, such as in “That Darn Katz!” where she eventually earned her Ph. As she rarely does any actual engineering, her presence at Planet Express is explained by her being an intern of Professor Farnsworth, whom he is always around for her. happens to have the same blood type as him.
Most of Amy’s comedic moments emphasize her slyness/clumsiness, her relationship with Kif Kroker (Maurice LaMarche), or her friendly rivalry with Leela. Amy often compliments Leela’s cute and casual winged compliments on Leela’s sloppy poses, while Leela is jealous of Amy’s greater success in dating. If Amy is a tough girl and Leela is a more feminine character, chances are that this dynamic will be reversed.
https://www.slashfilm.com/947026/casting-amys-futurama-voice-actor-caused-some-major-changes-to-the-character/ Amy’s casting of the Futurama Voice Actor caused some big changes to the character