Starring: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Annie Potts, Joan Cusack, Blake Clark, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Estelle Harris, Jodi Benson, Michael Keaton, Jeff Pidgeon, Kristen Schaal, Bonnie Hunt, Timothy Dalton, Jeff Garlin, Laurie Metcalf, Lori Alan, Tony Hale
Our Rating: ★★★★☆
Animated comedy adventure sequel directed by Josh Cooley. Toy Story 4 follows Woody (Tom Hanks), and the rest of the toys, who welcome new friends to Bonnie’s room, including a reluctant new toy called Forky (Tony Hale). We follow Woody, alongside his old and new friends, as they go on a road trip adventure, where Woody is reunited with an unexpected old friend.
Our Favorite Quote:
Woody: [nine years earlier, as Andy’s sister Molly is giving Bo Peep away] Quick, we’ll sneak in the hedges before he’s back.
Bo Peep: Woody, it’s okay.
Woody: What? No! No, no, no. You can’t go! What’s best for Andy is that…
Bo Peep: Woody, I’m not Andy’s toy.
Bo Peep: It’s time for the next kid.
Bo Peep: You know, kids lose their toys every day. Sometimes they get left in the yard, or put in the wrong box.
Woody: And that box gets taken away.
Dolly: [whilst in Bonnie’s closet as her mom cleans the room] Sheriff, do I need to be worried?
Woody: No, no. My guys are veterans. They’ll hang in there.
Dolly: Good. Just keep them calm until we get word.
Woody: Yes, ma’am.
Woody: Bonnie had a great day in class, and we’re going on a road trip.
Buzz Lightyear: Road trip?
Woody: But then something really weird happened. Bonnie made a friend in class.
Buttercup: What a kid.
Dolly: Oh, she’s already making friends.
Woody: [referring to Forky] No, no. She literally made a new friend. Hey, it’s okay. Come on out. That’s it. Come on, there you go. Come on, let’s get you out of there. You got this. Good. Good. Everyone, I want you to meet Forky!
Slinky Dog: Golly bob howdy!
Mr. Potato Head: Look at that!
Rex: Look how long his arms are!
Woody: No. No, toys. They’re all toys.
Woody: No, no, no. That’s the trash. These are your friends.
Forky: [falls back in fright] Trash!
Woody: Shh. No, no, it’s okay.
Trixie: Woody, I have a question. Um, well, actually, not just one, I have all of them. I have all the questions.
Buttercup: Why does he want to go to the trash?
Woody: Because he was made from trash.
Woody: Look, I know this is a little strange, but you got to trust me on this. Forky is the most important toy to Bonnie right now.
Mr. Pricklepants: Important? He’s a spork.
Woody: Yes. Yeah, I know, but this spork, this toy is crucial to Bonnie getting adjusted to kindergarten.
Dolly: Woody, aren’t you being a little dramatic about all this?
Woody: I know this is new to everybody, but you should see how much this little guy means to Bonnie. When she started playing with him, she had the biggest smile on her face. I wish you could have seen it. Bonnie was really upset, and I swear, once she made Forky, it was a complete transformation.
Woody: Just a second, Jessie. So we all have to make sure nothing happens to him.
Jessie: Something happened to him.
Woody: [turns to see Forky laughing as he throws himself into the trash] Oh, Chutes and Ladders!
Forky: Ah, trash.
Bonnie’s Dad: Who wants to go on a road trip?
Bonnie: Me! I’m going to bring Dolly, and Buttercup, and Forky, and… Forky? Where are you?
Bonnie’s Dad: He’s got to be here somewhere.
Bonnie: [Woody throws Forky to Bonnie’s bed] Forky? Forky!
Bonnie’s Dad: Come on. Let’s eat some breakfast and hit the road!
Bonnie: [as they leave Bonnie’s dad steps on Woody’s head] Let’s go, Forky!
Buzz Lightyear: Woh. He’s quite a handful, Woody.
Buzz Lightyear: Hey, buddy.
Woody: Hey, Buzz.
Buzz Lightyear: You doing okay?
Woody: I don’t know, Buzz. I know you weren’t around when Andy was little, but I don’t remember it being this hard.
Buzz Lightyear: Where’s Forky?
Woody: Oh, no! Forky! Forky!
Forky: I am not a toy. I’m a spork!
Woody: Be quiet!
Forky: I was made for soup, salad, maybe chili, and then the trash! I’m litter!
Forky: [jumps out the RV window] Freedom!
Woody: [after Forky jumps out the RV window] Hamm, how far to our next stop?
Hamm: Five point three-two miles, give or take.
Woody: I can make that. I’ll meet you at the RV park.
Buzz Lightyear: [Woody jumps out the window to go after Forky] Woody, hold on a minute. Woody!
Forky: [after Woody finds Forky] Carry me?
Forky: Why do I have to be a toy?
Woody: Because you have Bonnie’s name written on the bottom of your sticks.
Forky: Why do I have Bonnie’s name written on the bottom of my sticks?
Woody: Because she… Look, she plays with you all the time, right?
Forky: Ugh. Yes.
Woody: And who does she sleep with every night?
Forky: The big white fluffy thing?
Woody: No, not her pillow. You.
Woody: Alright, Forky, you have to understand how lucky you are right now. You’re Bonnie’s toy. You are going to help create happy memories that will last for the rest of her life.
Forky: Huh? What?
Woody: Okay, like it or not, you are a toy. Maybe you don’t like being one, but you are one nonetheless. Which means you are going to be there for Andy when he…
Forky: Who’s Andy?
Woody: I mean, Bonnie. You have to be there for Bonnie. That is your job.
Forky: Well, what’s your job?
Woody: Well, right now, it’s to make sure you do yours.
Forky: [as they continue to walk] Carry me?
Forky: Who’s Andy?
Woody: Andy was my other kid.
Forky: You had another kid?
Woody: Yeah, yeah. For a long time. And it was pretty great. I was a favorite toy, actually. Running the room was my job. Keeping all the toys in place.
Woody: [referring to being a kids toy] Well, then you watch them grow up and become a full person. And then they leave. They go off and do things you’ll never see. Don’t get me wrong, you still feel good about it. But then somehow you find yourself, after all those years sitting in a closet just feeling…
Forky: Your purpose fulfilled?
Forky: Woody, I know what your problem is.
Woody: You do?
Forky: You’re just like me. Trash!
Woody: What is it with you and trash?
Forky: It’s warm.
Forky: It’s cozy.
Woody: I guess.
Forky: And safe! Like somebody’s whispering in your ear, “Everything’s going to be okay.”
Woody: Forky, that’s it. That’s how Bonnie feels when she’s with you.
Forky: She does?
Forky: Wait a sec. You mean she thinks I’m warm?
Forky: And cozy?
Forky: And sometimes Kind of squishy?
Woody: Well, that too, yes.
Forky: I get it now. I’m Bonnie’s trash.
Woody: Yes! Wait, what?
Forky: I am Bonnie’s trash!
Woody: No, no, no, not exactly.
Forky: She must be feeling awful without me. Woody, we got to get going, she needs me!
Woody: Yeah. Woh, woh.
Forky: Hey, Bonnie, I’m coming!
Woody: Forky, slow down! Forky!
Forky: Bonnie, I’m coming!
Woody: [notices Bo Peep inside an antique store window] Bo?
Forky: Woody? Aren’t we going to Bonnie?
Woody: I know, I know. But my friend might be in there.
Woody: Oh, a friend. Well, a friend is like you and me.
Woody: Trash, like… Yes. And I’m very worried that she might be lost.
Forky: But, Woody, Bonnie’s right there.
Woody: Yeah, we’ll have you back before she wakes up. Come on.
Woody: Hey, there. Sorry to bother you, but…
Gabby Gabby: Why, you’re not a bother at all. We were just out for my early morning stroll. And look, we met you! My name is Gabby Gabby. And this is my very good friend Benson.
Woody: Oh, Woody. Pleasure to meet you.
Gabby Gabby: Well, it’s nice to meet you, Woody. And you are…?
Woody: This is Forky.
Forky: I’m trash.
Woody: Our kid made him.
Gabby Gabby: Kid? Toys around here don’t have kids. Are you two lost?
Woody: Lost? No, no. But we are looking for a lost toy. She’s a figurine. Used to be on that lamp in the window? Name’s Bo Peep?
Gabby Gabby: Bo Peep? Oh, yes, I know Bo.
Woody: You do?
Gabby Gabby: Hop on in. We’ll take you to her.
Woody: [as Benson picks them up] Oh, you don’t have to do that. Well, okay.
Gabby Gabby: Benson, be careful with our new friends.
Forky: Wow, what service.
Gabby Gabby: Oh. The store is about to open. Don’t worry, we’ll take you where no one will see us.
Woody: Oh, no. We can’t stay.
Gabby Gabby: [giggles] Yes, you can.
Woody: We got to go.
Gabby Gabby: [referring to Woody’s voice box as she points to his chest] You can’t leave yet. You have what I need. Right inside there.
Bonnie: I can’t find Forky! He’s missing!
Bonnie’s Mom: Oh, Bonnie, it’ll be alright. I’m sure he’s here somewhere. You know, if you don’t find him, you can make a new one.
Bonnie: No! There’s only one Forky!
Bonnie: [referring to Forky] We have to find him, mom. He needs me.
Trixie: Why isn’t Woody back yet?
Rex: Oh, do you think he’s lost?
Buttercup: Buzz, what do we do?
Trixie: What do we do, Buzz? Buzz, what do we do? What do we do, Buzz? What do we do, Buzz? Buzz!
Buzz Lightyear: I…
Rex: What would Woody do?
Hamm: Jump out of a moving vehicle.
Buzz Lightyear: [presses his voice box] What would Woody do?
Buzz’s Voice Box: It’s a secret mission in uncharted space. Let’s go!
Buzz Lightyear: I think I have to go.
Slinky Dog: Where you going? Why?
Trixie: Should we all go? Are we going?
Hamm: And then what?
Buzz’s Voice Box: [Buzz presses his voice box] No time to explain! Attack!
Buzz Lightyear: No time to explain!
Hamm: [Buzz jumps out the window] Oh, no!
Dolly: Okay, what is with everyone jumping out the window?
Buzz Lightyear: [presses his voice box] Woody and Forky were last seen on the highway. But where is the highway?
Buzz’s Voice Box: The slingshot maneuver is all we’ve got. Full speed ahead!
Buzz Lightyear: Thanks, inner voice!
Axel: [after he finds Buzz, he straps him to his toy prize stall in the amusement park] Hey! Step right up! Put your money down! Get yourself a real Buzz Lightyear!
Woody: Bo Peep!
Bo Peep: I never thought I’d see you again! So which kid is yours?
Woody: Which one is yours?
Bo Peep: None.
Woody: No one. Wait, you’re a lost toy?
Bo Peep: You’re a lost toy?
Woody: That’s awful!
Bo Peep: That’s great! Huh?
Woody: [awkwardly] I mean, awfully great that you are lost out here.
Woody: How long have you been out on your own?
Bo Peep: Seven fantastic years!
Bo Peep: You would not believe the things I’ve seen.
Bo Peep: So, you’re with a kid? It’s not Andy, is it?
Woody: No. No, no, no. He went off to college. But he gave us to Bonnie.
Bo Peep: You have a little girl?
Giggle McDimples: No way!
Woody: Yeah, yeah. It’s why I’m out here. Her other toy is trapped in this antique store, and I have to…
Bo Peep: Second Chance Antiques? We know that store.
Woody: That’s great. That is great! If you know the store, you could really help me find him.
Bo Peep: No way. We wasted years there, just sitting on the shelf, collecting dust.
Woody: Oh, Bo, that’s awful. But I don’t have a choice. I have to get that toy from Gabby.
Giggle McDimples: Woh. Steer clear of that weirdo.
Bo Peep: If I were you, I’d cut my losses and go home.
Woody: But Bonnie needs him to get through kindergarten.
Bo Peep: Kids lose toys every day. Bonnie will get over it.
Woody: No, no. But, you see, Bonnie needs him just like Molly needed you.
Woody: Bo, my kid really needs this toy. Will you help me? For old times sake.
Bo Peep: Alright, alright.
Woody: [embraces Bo] Thank you! Oh! Oh, thank you!
Gabby Gabby: Now, about our friend Woody. I want to know everything about him.
Forky: Oh, yeah, Woody. I’ve known that guy my whole life. Two days.
Bunny: [strapped to the wall at the toy prize stall in the amusement park] Psst. Hey, Lightyear.
Ducky: Hey, up here, Astro boy.
Bunny: If you think you can just show up and take our top prize spot, you’re wrong!
Ducky: Dead wrong!
Buzz Lightyear: You don’t understand. I’m trying to…
Ducky: Cheat the system and get with a kid? Yeah, we know.
Buzz Lightyear: No, I need…
Bunny: A child to shower you with unconditional love? Join the club, pal.
Ducky: Yeah, join the club.
Buzz Lightyear: Come on, help me get out of here.
Ducky: Oh, I’ll help you. With my foot!
Bunny: [as Ducky tries to kick Buzz, but can’t reach him] Get him. Get him.
Ducky: Bunny, what are you doing?
Ducky: I can’t reach him. Help me out here, come on.
Bunny: Oh, sorry, Ducky. I’m not a mind reader, you know.
Ducky: What’s not to understand, hmm? You going to make me say it?
Ducky: With these tiny legs, I cannot reach without your help. Uh-huh. Okay? This is what I’ve been talking about, Bunny. You need to work on paying attention and your listening skills.
Ducky: [as he hits Buzz in the head with his foot] Ha! Ha-ha! How you like that, cheater? Huh? Yeah! Ha-ha! Oh, to infinity and my foot! Boom! In a galaxy far, far away, you got kicked in the head! Boom!
Buzz Lightyear: [presses his voice box button] How do I get out of here?
Buzz’s Voice Box: This planet is toxic. Closing helmet to conserve oxygen.
Ducky: In the vacuum of space, they cannot hear you scream!
[as he goes to kick Buzz, Buzz brings down his helmet squashing Ducky’s foot]
Ducky: Ow! Let go of me! Get off of me!
Ducky: [as they fall to the ground] Ooh! So that’s what gravity feel like.
Bunny: Yeah, that’s it.
Ducky: [to Buzz] Hey, where you going? You better get over here, spaceman!
Bunny: Yeah, put us back up there!
Ducky: Bunny, what are you doing? He’s getting away, let’s go!
Bunny: I’m trying!
Ducky: Come on!
Woody: How did you end up here? I thought you were given to a new family.
Bo Peep: Oh, you know how it goes. Their little girl grew up and didn’t need me anymore, so.
Woody: Oh, I’m sorry, Bo.
Bo Peep: [referring to the amusement park] Eh, who needs a kid’s room when you can have all of this?
Jessie: [referring to Bonnie and her parents] They’re about to leave!
Hamm: They can’t do that!
Rex: The panic is attacking me!
Mr. Potato Head: [as Rex’s tail hits him and his face falls off] Hey! Watch it, buddy!
Mrs. Potato Head: What do we do?
Jessie: We have to stop them!
Buttercup: We could frame dad for a crime so he goes to jail.
Rex: Or go back in time and warn Woody about the future.
Trixie: That’s crazy. Time is a flat circle.
Rex: [as Jessie jumps out the RV window] Jessie!
Bunny: [after the cat has ripped a toy leaving it’s stuffing popping out] Is that how we look on the inside?
Ducky: There’s so much fluff.
Woody: [as they are trying to get to Forky in the antique store] So how do you propose we get up there?
Bo Peep: We could go straight across.
Buzz Lightyear: That’s quite a jump.
Bo Peep: We know the perfect toy to help.
Bo Peep: What did I say? I lead. You follow.
Woody: Bo, I’m so sorry. Really. Just tell me how to help.
Bo Peep: You really want to help? Then stay out of my way! I’m getting my sheep back.
Woody: What about the others?
Bo Peep: Giggle knows what to do.
Giggle McDimples: [referring to the key for the locked cabinet] That’s our objective. We have to get that key. It’s the only way inside the cabinet.
Buzz Lightyear: You can’t be serious. How are we supposed to do that?
Ducky: [laughs] Okay. You know what, leave that to us.
Bunny: We know exactly what to do.
Margaret the Store Owner: [notices Bunny and Ducky on the shelf] Aw. Where did you two come from?
Bunny: [Bunny and Ducky jump onto her trying to get the key] Get the keys!
Buzz Lightyear: [back to Buzz talking out the plan] Well, we’re not doing that.
Ducky: Yeah. Yeah, I agree. Too visible.
Bunny: It’s a good point. Something more subtle.
Ducky: Ooh, what about “winner, winner, chicken dinner”?
Ducky: [as him and Bunny jump onto the store owner] The keys! Give them up now! Where are they?
Buzz Lightyear: [back to them talking out the plan] You’re kidding.
Bunny: Really? Okay, okay. You just… Alright. Well. Oh, what about the old Plush Rush?
Ducky: There you go!
Buzz Lightyear: [after the scenario of scaring the store owner in her sleep to get the keys] Not going to happen. N-O.
Bunny: Okay, do you want the key or not?
Giggle McDimples: What is wrong with you?!
Ducky: What is wrong with…? We just gave you three brilliant ideas.
Bunny: It’s one thing to say no. It’s another to offer a reason…
Buzz Lightyear: How do we get that key?
Bo Peep: [referring to Woody, to Tinny] Yeah, he’s with me. My friend? No, no, no. He’s my accessory.
Duke Caboom: [as Bo brings Woody to meet Duke] Look who jumped forty school buses and landed back into my life.
Bo Peep: Hi, Duke!
Duke Caboom: Who’s the cowboy?
Bo Peep: Duke, meet Woody. Woody, meet…
Duke Caboom. Canada’s greatest stuntman.
Woody: [as they watch Duke pose on his bike] Huh?
Bo Peep: He’s posing. Duke? Duke, we need to…
Duke Caboom: Hold on. One more. Oh, yeah! What brings you back, Peep?
Bo Peep: We need your help. Gabby Gabby has his toy, and my sheep.
Duke Caboom: No. Billy, Goat, and Gruff? Those are my girls. What were you doing getting tangled up with Gabby Gabby? You know better.
Bo Peep: Yeah, some toy thought it would be a good idea to wander into the aisle.
Duke Caboom: That doesn’t make any sense.
Bo Peep: It doesn’t, does it?
Duke Caboom: Everybody knows the best route is behind the shelves.
Bo Peep: That would have been a better route, wouldn’t it?
Duke Caboom: Wow, this toy sounds like a complete idiot.
Bo Peep: He does!
Duke Caboom: [to Woody] Wait, are you that toy?
Bo Peep: So here’s the plan. We need to jump over the aisle to Gabby’s cabinet, and you are the toy to do it.
Duke Caboom: No.
Bo Peep: Duke.
Duke Caboom: Nope.
Bo Peep: Duke?
Duke Caboom: Nuh-uh.
Bo Peep: Duke?
Duke Caboom: No way!
Bo Peep: Duke.
Duke Caboom: Pass.
Bo Peep: Duke!
Duke Caboom: Negative.
Bo Peep: Duke.
Duke Caboom: Rejected!
Woody: Oh, please, Mr. Caboom, this is really important. My kid…
Duke Caboom: [Bo quickly covers Woody’s mouth to stop him speaking] You have a kid?
Bo Peep: Hey, Duke, show us some more poses, what do you say?
Duke Caboom: I had a kid.
Bo Peep: Oh, no.
Duke Caboom: [qw aww flashback of Duke’s kid watching Duke’s toy commercial on TV] Rejean. Rejean was so excited when he got me after Christmas. It was the happiest Boxing Day of my life. I was ready to finally do what I was made to do. But when Rejean realized I couldn’t jump as far as the toy in the commercial. It’s a commercial! It’s not real! Rejean threw me away! It’s not fair! Why, Rejean? Why?
Bo Peep: Okay. Okay. Calm down, Duke. That was a long time ago.
Bo Peep: Right now, we need the only toy who can crash us onto Gabby’s cabinet.
Duke Caboom: Crash?
Bo Peep: Any Duke Caboom toy can land, but you are the only one that can crash the way you do.
Duke Caboom: I am?
Bo Peep: Yes! Forget Rejean. Forget your commercial. Be the Duke you are right now! The one who jumps and crashes!
Duke Caboom: Be who I am right now.
Bo Peep: Who’s the Canuck with all the luck?
Duke Caboom: Caboom.
Bo Peep: Who’s the greatest of the Great White North?
Duke Caboom: Caboom!
Bo Peep: Who’s the most spectacular daredevil Canada has ever seen?
Duke Caboom: Duke Caboom!
Bo Peep: Can you do the jump?
Duke Caboom: [jumps onto his bike and starts posing] Yes, I Canada! Uh-huh.
Bo Peep: [to Woody] We’ve got our ride.
Woody: So how long were you in here?
Bo Peep: I don’t know, a couple years. I didn’t want to sit on a shelf waiting for my life to happen. So, I left.
Woody: Wow. You’ve handled this lost toy life better than I could.
Bo Peep: Oh, Sheriff. You’re selling yourself short. I think you’d make a great lost toy.
Woody: You really don’t think you’ll ever be in a kid’s room again, huh?
Bo Peep: Nope. And now with the carnival traveling through, it’s our chance to hop a ride and leave town.
Woody: You’re leaving?
Bo Peep: Sure am. You ever think about getting out there, seeing the world?
Woody: Without a kid? No. You can’t teach this old toy new tricks.
Bo Peep: You’d be surprised.
Bo Peep: So how did you end up in this store in the first place?
Woody: Well, I saw your lamp in the window, and I thought, well, maybe you were inside. And so I…
Woody: [turns and they look at all the lit lamps in the store] Wow.
Bo Peep: Yeah.
Woody: Will you look at that?
Bo Peep: This is the only part of the store I ever liked.
Bo Peep: That’s going to be quite a jump for you and Duke.
Woody: For me?!
Bo Peep: Well, didn’t I tell you? You’re going with him.
Woody: I am?
Duke Caboom: [Woody is sat behind Duke on his bike] Let’s caboom.
Bo Peep: It’ll be fine. Duke’s the best.
Woody: Yeah, at crashing.
Giggle McDimples: And now!
Bo Peep: Go!
Duke Caboom: [starts to race off as he sees Rejean’s face in front of him] Huh? Rejean. It’s a commercial. It’s not real! I can’t do this! I’m sorry, Rejean!
Woody: [as Duke starts to swearve] No, no, no, no, no!
Duke Caboom: [as he lands next to the cat] What’s new, pussycat?
Bo Peep: [as Woody is still trying to get Forky back to Bonnie] Nobody wants this!
Woody: I do!
Bo Peep: Why?
Bo Peep: Why?
Woody: Just because!
Bo Peep: Why?
Woody: Because it’s all I have left to do! I don’t have anything else.
Bo Peep: So the rest of us don’t count?
Woody: That’s not what I meant. Bonnie needs Forky.
Bo Peep: No. You need Bonnie! Open your eyes, Woody. There’s plenty of kids out there. It can’t be just about the one you’re still clinging to.
Woody: It’s called loyalty. Something a lost toy wouldn’t understand.
Bo Peep: I’m not the one who’s lost.
Gabby Gabby: [after Woody sneaks back into the antique store to get Forky] Hello, Woody. I knew you’d be back.
Woody: You don’t know me.
Gabby Gabby: But I do. You were left in the closet, feeling useless, wondering if you’ll ever get played with.
Woody: I’m not leaving without Forky.
Gabby Gabby: Can we agree on just one thing?
Gabby Gabby: That being there for a child is the most noble thing a toy can do.
Gabby Gabby: I was defective right out of the box. I can only imagine what it must have been like for you. All that time you spent with Andy, riding a bike with him for the first time, comforting him when he skinned his knee, proudly watching him grow up. And then you got a second chance with Bonnie, giving her comfort when she’s scared at school, helping her when she needs it most. You’ve been there through all their ups and downs. Please, be honest with me. Was it as wonderful as it sounds?
Woody: It was.
Gabby Gabby: All I want is a chance for just one of those moments. I’d give anything to be loved the way you have.
Woody: Just leave me Forky. Bonnie needs him.
Gabby Gabby: Of course.
Dolly: [as Buzz gets back into the RV] Where’s Woody?
Hamm: And Forky?
Buzz Lightyear: We have a situation. They need to be extracted from the antique store.
Rex: How do we do that?
Giggle McDimples: He only cares about himself.
Bo Peep: No! You’re wrong. Woody’s always trying to do right by his kid.
Giggle McDimples: By putting everyone in danger. Ugh, that kind of crazy loyalty just…
Bo Peep: You got to love him for it.
Giggle McDimples: Woh, say what now?
Woody: A friend once told me, “There are plenty of kids out there.” And one of them is named Bonnie. She’s waiting for you, right now. She just doesn’t know it yet.
Gabby Gabby: What if you’re wrong?
Woody: Well, if you sit on a shelf the rest of your life, you’ll never find out, will you?
Bo Peep: He’s right.
Woody: I learned that from the best.
Bo Peep: Come on, Gabby. Let’s get you to Bonnie.
Gabby Gabby: Will we make it to the carousel in time?
Bo, Woody: Yes, we Canada!
Duke Caboom: Nope. Forget it. Never. No. No way. Declined. No dice. Rejected.
Bo Peep: Duke, Duke, you got this.
Woody: This is the fastest way to the carousel. You made the last jump.
Duke Caboom: Yeah, but that was four feet. This is forty!
Bo Peep: Exactly! Duke Caboom would never repeat a stunt.
Duke Caboom: No. He’d never do that.
Woody: No, no, no. He’s the toy that went on to crash forty feet into that target.
Duke Caboom: Yeah, he is. I’m Duke Caboom! Oh, man. I can do this!
Woody: Yes, you Canada!
Duke Caboom: [closes his eyes] I can do it with my eyes closed.
Bo Peep: Yes, you… What?
Duke Caboom: Three, two, one. Go!
Woody: What? No, wait!
Gabby Gabby: What is he doing?
Bo Peep: Oh, no.
Duke Caboom: [jumps off the ferris wheel and makes the landing] This is for you, Rejean. Caboom.
Gabby Gabby: [referring to the lost girl in the carnival] I’m so nervous. What if she doesn’t like me?
Gabby Gabby: I don’t know if I can do this.
Woody: Gabby, it’s just like you said. This is the most noble thing a toy can do.
Bo Peep: [to Gabby] Okay. Just edge yourself a bit into the light. Not too far. That’s it. Perfect.
Bunny: [as Woody gives the signal to them] Winner, winner.
Ducky: [roll a ball out, it attracts the lost girl’s attention] Chicken dinner.
Lost Girl: [as she sees Gabby] Are you lost too?
Gabby’s Voice Box: [as the girl pulls on Gabby’s voice cord] I’m Gabby Gabby. Will you be my friend?
Lost Girl: [hugs Gabby] I’ll help you.
Lost Girl: Excuse me, can you help us?
Security Guard: Oh, honey, what’s wrong?
Lost Girl: I can’t find my mom and dad.
Security Guard: It’s okay. I’ll help you find them. I’m sure they’re not far.
Lost Girl’s Dad: She was right next to us.
Lost Girl’s Mom: She was right here!
Lost Girl’s Dad: And I looked away for one second.
Lost Girl: [Woody and the rest of the team watch as she’s reunited with her parents] Mommy! I couldn’t find you, and then I found this doll.
Lost Girl’s Mom: You did?
Lost Girl: Her name is Gabby Gabby.
[Gabby smiles up at Woody and the others as the little girl holds her tight]
Woody: [as he’s deciding to stay with Bo] Buzz, I, I…
Buzz Lightyear: She’ll be okay. Bonnie will be okay.
Woody: You sure?
Buzz Lightyear: Hey, listen to your inner voice.
[Woody turns and runs into Bo’s arms]
Rex: [watching Woody and Bo as they are driving away] Does this mean Woody’s a lost toy?
Buzz Lightyear: He’s not lost. Not anymore. To infinity…
Woody: And beyond
Duke Caboom: [mid-credits lines] Do you really have laser eyes?
Duke Caboom: Woh.
Woody: We are all toys. Unique, beautiful toys.
Michael Dunigan says
Rex: my panic is attacking! (Or anxiety is attacking… Trying to research the correct quote but it was hilarious)
Estela Iglesia Calingo says
How about the “listen to your inner voice”?
I liked the line Buzz says about watching the utensil better but I don’t recall the exact quote
What about, “Yes we Canada!”