Molly Davis is Andy Davis' sister. She appears as a 1-year-old baby in Toy Story and as a 5-year-old in Toy Story 2, where she is voiced by Hannah Unkrich. She appears again in Toy Story 3 as a preteen at age 12, where she is voiced by Beatrice Miller, and as a 6-year-old in Toy Story 4.
- "Come on, Molly. Oh, you're getting heavy."
- —Andy as he lifts Molly out of her crib
She is seen as a baby who doesn't have a major part and could only be seen in a few scenes, and is also seen roughing up Mr. Potato Head during Andy's playtime. She is then seen listening to "Hakuna Matata" (from Disney's The Lion King) and giggles when she sees the toys outside her mirror. She is last seen opening a present which is a Mrs. Potato Head. But later, Andy owns it.
Toy Story 2
- Ms. Davis: "Oh, you are such a big girl. Andy, you think she's ready to drive the car yet?"
- Andy: "Yeah, and I can teach her."
- ―Andy and his mother as they observe Molly walking
She is absent for the whole film apart from when Andy's mom and the end where she is finally improving her walking. She is mentioned by Bo Peep when searching for Woody's hat in Molly's room and later in the film, when Woody tells Jessie, Andy has a little sister.
Toy Story 3
- Ms. Davis: "Molly, you’re not off the hook either! You have more toys than you know what to do with. Some of 'em could make other kids really happy."
- Molly: "What kids?"
- Ms. Davis: "The children at the day care. They’re always asking for donations."
- Molly: "But, Mom..."
- Ms. Davis: "No buts. You choose the toys you want to donate. I’ll drop them off at Sunnyside"
- ―Molly being told by her mother to do something with her toys
Although not a physical appearance, she appears in a photo with Andy and their mother where Andy has graduated from high school.
Toy Story 4
Relationship with Andy
- Andy: "So, you gonna miss me when I’m gone?"
- Molly: "If I say no, do I still get your room?"
- Andy: "Nope."
- Molly: "Then, yes, I’ll miss you."
- ―Andy and Molly as he helps her carry her box downstairs[src]
In the first film, Andy shares his room with Molly and doesn't seem to have a problem with it. In the second film, they have separate rooms, but as seen in the clips at the start of the third film, Andy still doesn't mind Molly being in his room. He is seen at the end of the second film helping his sister walk to their mother and comments that he can teach her to drive. However, by the present time in the third film, Andy, having developed a more teenager-like personality, is much less willing to let Molly be in his room and doesn't allow her to touch his things, but still loves her. He helps her with a box full of toys she chose to donate to Sunnyside, and asks her if she will miss him. She then asks her brother if she can still have his room if she says "no", believing it will be hers when he leaves. When Andy says "nope", Molly replies that she will miss him. Near the end of the film, Andy mentions that he and Molly "said goodbye like 10 times", suggesting they are close.
- Although Mrs. Potato Head and Bo Peep are her toys, they seem to be Andy's as we always see him playing with them.
- Because of Molly's tendency to drool on any toys she could get her hands on as a baby as seen in Toy Story, she earned the nickname "Princess Drool" from the toys, especially Mr. Potato Head.
- In a part of Toy Story 3 when Molly is playing outside the house, it is shown that she might enjoy playing with Buster as well.
- Darla from Finding Nemo makes an appearance in Toy Story 3 on Molly Davis' magazine.
- Someone was holding the model of Molly at the airport in Toy Story 2.