"Forky asks important questions about how the world works, such as: What is love? What is time? And of course, the deepest question of all, What is cheese?"
- Mr. Pricklepants
- Old Timer
- Melephant Brooks
- Chairol Burnett
- Carl Reineroceros
- Bitey White
- Mrs. Anderson (cameo)
- Rib Tickles
- Mr. Spell
|Episode Number||Title||Release Date||Featuring|
|01||What is Money?||2019-11-12||Hamm|
|02||What is a Friend?||2019-11-15||What-No!, Hamm|
|03||What is Art?||2019-11-22||Mr. Pricklepants|
|04||What is Time?||2019-11-29||Old Timer, Rex|
|05||What is Love?||2019-12-06||Melephant Brooks, Chairol Burnett, Carl Reineroceros, Bitey White, Trixie|
|06||What is a Computer?||2019-12-13||Trixie, Mrs. Anderson (cameo)|
|07||What is a Leader?||2019-12-20||Dolly|
|08||What is a Pet?||2019-12-27||Rib Tickles|
|09||What is Cheese?||2020-01-03||Buttercup, Mr. Pricklepants (cameo)|
|10||What is Reading?||2020-01-10||Peas-in-a-Pod, Mr. Spell|
- When Forky has an epiphany and learns a lesson, Boo's theme from Monsters, Inc. plays.
- In the first episode, Forky mentions that he was made from trash "like, two days ago", meaning that the show presumably takes place immediately after the events of the fourth film, but before the post-credit scenes (explaining why Karen Beverly has yet to appear).
- This is one of the rare canon Toy Story productions that doesn't feature main characters such as Woody, Buzz, and Jessie.
- This is most likely because this series of shorts, as previously stated, takes place after the fourth film, since Woody doesn't appear.
- Jessie and Bullseye might appear in What is Roundup?, but this is currently unconfirmed.