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Andy's toys take precautions during a yard sale.

Buzz Lightyear: "Do you know these life forms?"
Woody: "Yes. They're Andy's toys."
Buzz Lightyear and Woody, as Buzz catches sight of Andy's toys[src]

Andy's Toys are the main characters of the Toy Story franchise. They are either main or supporting characters. They are toys that Andy plays with, most belonging to him. Even though Bo Peep, Billy, Goat and Gruff, Dolly, Duckie, Teddy, Mrs. Potato Head, the Barbies, and Barbie's Corvette actually belong to Molly, they have interacted with Andy's toys, and/or been played with by Andy at one time or another.

Toy Story[]

In the first film, all of the toys are introduced. Cowboy doll Woody, Andy's favorite toy, serves as the leader of the toys. The toys dislike Andy's birthday and Christmas, due to the fact that Andy may receive newer, fancier toys as presents. Thus, when Andy's birthday is moved up a week to accomodate his family's move, the toys fear they will be replaced. At first, the toys are relieved when Andy does not receive anything that could replace them, before he is given a Buzz Lightyear as a surprise gift. Buzz, who thinks he is a real space ranger, wins over the other toys and replaces Woody as Andy's favorite toy, much to Woody's disgust. Two days before the move, Woody tries to knock Buzz behind a desk so Andy will bring him to Pizza Planet, but accidentally knocks Buzz out the window instead. This causes most of the other toys, save for Bo Peep and Slinky Dog, to become hostile towards Woody, believing he tried to "murder" Buzz on purpose. Later, Woody and Buzz wind up at Sid's house. While Buzz is in a grief-stricken daze after discovering he is in fact a toy, he fails to help Woody get the other toys to help them get home. Later, the toys are all packed in boxes for Andy's family's move, and the next day, in the moving van, they rebel against Woody when he takes out RC, unaware he is using RC to rescue Buzz from Sid's dog Scud, and throw Woody off. They later realize their mistake when they see Woody chasing the moving van with Buzz. Though Slinky Dog is unsuccessful in pulling Buzz and Woody to the van, they use Sid's rocket to send RC back into the moving van and themselves into Andy's car.

The following Christmas, the toys are shown happily living with Andy and his family in their new house. They eagerly anticipate Andy's new presents, the first of them being a dog he names Buster.

Toy Story 2[]

In the second film, Andy still owns the same toys seen in the first. The tin of Tinker Toys, Candyland, and a couple other of unused toys were taken to the yard sale to be sold by his Andy's mother. Woody is stolen by Al, which prompts Buzz, Slinky, Rex, Mr. Potato Head, and Hamm to go off to rescue him. Later on, Jessie, Bullseye, and three Aliens become Andy's toys after Buzz's gang successfully rescues Woody and bring back said acquaintances.

Toy Story 3[]

Woody: "We’re all still here. I-I mean, yeah, we’ve lost friends along the way... Wheezy... and Etch and..."
Rex: "Bo Peep?"
Woody: "...Yeah. Even - even Bo. All good toys who’ve gone on to new owners. But through every yard sale, every spring cleaning, Andy held on to us. He must care about us or we wouldn’t be here."
―Woody goes over the toys that left the group[src]

In the third film, the only surviving toys are Woody, Buzz, Jessie, Bullseye, Rex, Slinky, Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head, Hamm, a few Green Army Men, the Aliens, and a Magic 8-Ball. The board games, the barrel of Monkeys, and Hotwheels track are stored in the attic, which is where Andy initially decides to store the toys. The Magic 8-Ball is given to pre-teen Molly at some point between Toy Story 2 and 3, as she is seen donating it to Sunnyside.

Andy's toys also befriended some of Molly's toys during the time-skip, one of them being Barbie (based on Great Shape Barbie). Like Andy, Molly grew too old for toys and either donated or threw away most of her last toys like Andy.

During the film, the toys, after being mistaken for garbage by Andy's mother, donate themselves to Sunnyside, with Woody in tow. Woody escapes and is found by a girl named Bonnie, while the remaining toys are subject to a rough playtime by the toddlers attending Sunnyside. Learning Sunnyside is truly a prison for toys, Woody returns to the group and stages a breakout. After returning to Andy, Woody leaves a note for Andy to donate the toys to Bonnie, and he does so, allowing them to join Bonnie's own group of toys.

List of Toys[]

In Toy Story[]

  1. Barrel of Monkeys
  2. Bo Peep
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    Rocky Gibraltar, Roly Poly Clown, Tikes, Billy, Goat, and Gruff, Bo Peep

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    Snake, Robot, RC Car, Lenny, See n' Say

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    Mr. Potato Head, Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Slinky Dog, Rex

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    Mr. Spell, Hamm, Troll, Troikas, Rockin' Robot

  3. Billy, Goat and Gruff
  4. Buzz Lightyear
  5. Dolly
  6. Duckie
  7. Etch A Sketch
  8. Green Army Men (200)
  9. Hamm
  10. Hockey Puck
  11. Lenny
  12. Little Red Car
  13. Magic 8-Ball
  14. Mike
  15. Mr. Potato Head
  16. Mr. Shark
  17. Mr. Spell
  18. RC
  19. Rex
  20. Robot
  21. Rock-a-Stack
  22. Rocky Gibraltar
  23. Roly Poly Clown
  24. See 'n Say[1]
  25. Slinky Dog
  26. Snake
  27. Teddy
  28. Tikes
  29. Toy Train
  30. Troikas
  31. Troll
  32. Woody

As of Toy Story 2[]

  1. AndysToys
    Aliens (three)
  2. Barbies (Six)
  3. Barbie's Corvette
  4. Barrel of Monkeys[2]
  5. Bo Peep[2]
  6. Billy, Goat and Gruff[2]
  7. Bullseye
  8. Buzz Lightyear[3]
  9. Dolly[4]
  10. Duckie[4]
  11. Etch A Sketch[2]
  12. Green Army Men (200)[2]
  13. Hamm[3]
  14. Hockey Puck[4]
  15. Jessie
  16. Lenny[2]
  17. Little Red Car
  18. Magic 8-Ball
  19. Mike[5]
  20. Mr. Potato Head[3]
  21. Mr. Shark[5]
  22. Mr. Spell[5]
  23. Mrs. Potato Head
  24. RC[2]
  25. Rex[3]
  26. Robot[2]
  27. Rock-a-Stack[5]
  28. Rocky Gibraltar[2]
  29. Roly Poly Clown[5]
  30. See 'n Say[1]
  31. Slinky Dog[3]
  32. Snake[2]
  33. Teddy[4]
  34. Toddle Tots[5]
  35. Toy Train
  36. Troikas[5]
  37. Troll[2]
  38. Wheezy [2]
  39. Wild West Train Set
  40. Woody

As of Toy Story 3[]

  1. Aliens (three)[6]
  2. Barbie (one, donated to Sunnyside)
  3. Barbie's Corvette
  4. Bullseye[6]
  5. Buzz Lightyear[6]
  6. Green Army Men (3)
  7. Hamm[6]
  8. Jessie[6]
  9. Magic 8-Ball
  10. Mr. Potato Head[6]
  11. Mrs. Potato Head[6]
  12. Rex[6]
  13. Slinky Dog[6]
  14. Woody[6]

Building Sets:

  • Building Block
  • Hot Wheels Track
  • Legos
  • Lincoln Logs
  • Tinker Toy

Board games:

  • Battleship
  • Candyland
  • Checkers
  • Chess
  • Clue
  • Guess Who?
  • Mouse Trap
  • Twister
  • Operation
  • Ants in the Pants

More Around the House[]

Andy also owns a number of picture books, some referencing John Lasseter and other Pixar related titles.

Downstairs and below the TV in the Davis household, a system resembling a Super Nintendo along with its controller (which is presumably Andy's) is quickly shown while Andy and Woody play with one another. The same console can be seen in Toy Story 2, on top of Andy's TV, with PAL SNES cartridges (for some reason, that system shows CG-rendered polygon models instead of 16-bit sprites liken in such games like Super Mario World). Later, in Toy Story 3, a system resembling a PlayStation 2 and a system resembling a Nintendo Wii, are placed underneath Andy's bigger television.

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 This toy was either donated, sold or handed down to Molly between Toy Story and Toy Story 2.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 These toys were donated or sold between Andy's childhood, shown in Toy Story 3, and when Andy's grown up later.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Part of a rescue team led by Buzz.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 What happened to these toys is unknown.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 These toys were donated, sold or handed down to Molly between Toy Story 2 and the beginning of Toy Story 3.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 Given to Bonnie at the end of Toy Story 3
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