Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang embark on a road trip with Bonnie and a new toy named Forky. The adventurous journey turns into an unexpected reunion as Woody's slight detour leads him to his long-lost friend Bo Peep. As Woody and Bo discuss the old days, they soon start to realize that they're two worlds apart when it comes to what they want from life as a toy.Written by
Christina Hendricks and her character Gabby Gabby share an affinity for the dummies, she explained: "The funny thing is that I always wanted a ventriloquist doll, but I had no intention of being a ventriloquist. I just liked the doll, and that he was fancy and wore a like black tie, the monocle. I was just like, this guy is a class act. I just liked his whole look. I liked the idea of it. I liked the monocle. So I just, I wanted it my whole life, and I never got it. So now, as an adult, I have it, and it's in my house. So when I went to the office and they would show me, I was like, but I have that doll in my house. They were like, 'That is really weird.'" Hendricks says there was no hesitation on her part for taking the part, and that Pixar came armed with all of the details she would need for her character. "I said yes immediately, I think they sent me like a brief character description and then they sent me a picture of her. And as soon as I saw the picture I was like, this is awesome." Gabby Gabby's problem in the film is she was a defective toy right out of the package, her voice box has never worked right, and she's only ever wanted to bring joy to a child like every other toy, and she'll do whatever she needs to get that attention. For her speaking voice though, there weren't any sinister influences for Hendricks. "Her whole thing is that she's like, 'Hi, I'm Gabby Gabby' because we can all remember those toys where you pull the string and it says the same thing over and over and over, and they're always joyful. It's the happy voice because they're supposed to be friends with a child. So we just sort of took that, I'm always happy and just used that as the inspiration." See more »
When Woody is talking to Forky on the road, Forky's arms move up and down his body between shots, by his head, then halfway down his body, then back by his head. See more »
[it's raining outside of Andy's house and thunder rumbles]
Whoa! It's raining cats and dogs out there! I hope they make it back all right.
Heads up! Andy's coming!
[Jessie gasps, and she, Bullseye, and Hamm pose as toys while Andy comes in with everyone else]
Andy, time for dinner.
Yes! I'm starving!
Don't forget to wash your hands!
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In the 3-D version, the credits for the Stereoscopic 3-D team begin to pop out as they scroll by while all other credits are left static. See more »
(aka "San Francisco Beat")
Music by Brian Bennett
[Plays when Duke Caboom is introduced.] See more »
Toy story was special because of the bonding between the toys themselves and between them and Andy. Now that they are with Bonnie, you'd expect to get that same feeling. It did not develop. In contrast, she bonded with Forkie and the gang was an excessory.
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