Out of curiosity does anyone know which episode first affirms that her surname is Burtonburger? I think it is mentioned mor often for Coop or Burt, I can't think of one.

If anyone knows at least one instance I would like if we could include mention of the episode (better yet, time within and exact quote) as a reference.

Aside from Mrs. Munson or the teachers I don't think surnames are regularly mentioned for characters, who are more regularly known by their given/fore names, so since mention of surnames is rare it would be a good idea to include references for them.

This is more of an issue with Dennis/Henry but even in the case of Millie where we hear it for 1 member and assume it applies to all 3, it may not be the case so a specific reference for each would be ideal. 19:46, March 6, 2015 (UTC)

I think I remember when she won the award for the best LeBoot impersonation they said "Millie Burtonburger" would have to check. 19:18, March 9, 2015 (UTC) Take that back, just re-watched, did not notice. I think it was when she was on stage getting an award for some kind of competition and the announcer said it but not sure what kind of competition or what episode. Does it give anyone any ideas? 19:49, March 9, 2015 (UTC)

The closest I found so far was in Hot Dog Day Munson says "we should banish the whole Burtonburger clan, except you Millie". That's not as direct as I would like though, since being of a clan does not necessarily mean you have the surname. It could also mean someone with a different surname who shares the DNA, or someone who marries into the surname who lacks the DNA, so we still need something more direct. 21:27, March 9, 2015 (UTC)

Spelling of nick name

It is clearly "Millie" in episode synopses on the TV guide and stuff but I am wondering if there are any better sources since those often have errors.

"Coop" and "Cooper" are "Kat" are all part of episode titles. But are "Burt" or "Millie" ?

Do we perhaps see "Millie" spelled out on her door, on Schoolwork, a Gift, etc? Just wondering, would like to list a primary reference for her name. 19:18, March 9, 2015 (UTC)

I think that Millie reminds me of D.W. Read from Arthur.

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