"To Infinity and Beyond!" is Buzz Lightyear's famous catchphrase in the films Toy Story, Toy Story 2, and Toy Story 3, and the TV series Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. The phrase is not only said by Buzz, but is also said or referenced by other characters, notably Woody.
The catchphrase served as a namesake for the book To Infinity and Beyond!: The Story of Pixar Animation Studios.
Notable uses and references
- Buzz, just before demonstrating how he flies to the toys
- Andy, as he plays with Buzz before the family outing at Pizza Planet
- Buzz in the commercial for Buzz Lightyear toys
- Buzz, just before jumping from the railing at Sid's house
- Woody, as he tries to convince the toys that Buzz is with him
- Sid, as he takes Buzz out of his room to be blown up
- Woody, as he and Buzz fly in the air while trying to catch up with the moving truck
Toy Story 2
- Buzz in the video game, as he uses his anti-gravity servos to propel himself back up
- Andy, as he impersonates Buzz in his little playtime before leaving for Cowboy Camp
- Utility Belt Buzz, as he prepares to "blast through the roof"
- Utility Belt Buzz, as the elevator takes him and the toys up to Al's Penthouse
- Referenced by Woody, who tells Buzz that he will have old Buzz Lightyear to keep him company "for infinity and beyond"
Toy Story 3
- Buzz in Andy's realistic imagination, after lifting the train up out of the ravine
- Referenced by Woody, as Buzz tells him that they will be together
- Referenced again by Woody, after Buzz reawakens to his normal self
- Buzz's voice box says the phrase when Bonnie presses one of his talk buttons
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command TV series
- In various pilot intros for the episodes
- In one of the outtakes for A Bug's Life, Flik shouts out the phrase as he is about to take flight with a dandelion puff because he just couldn't resist.
- At one point in The Shaggy Dog (2006), the phrase is said by Dave Douglas (as a dog), which is Allen's character in the film.
- In an ad for WALL•E during Super Bowl, Woody also makes a reference to the phrase as he tells Buzz that WALL•E goes to infinity, but Buzz says that WALL•E does not go beyond, and Woody says that he does.