History WesternAnimation / ToyStory2

7th Dec '16 11:26:57 AM WakefulPigeon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* GreaterScopeVillain: Al =McWhiggin=, as he's behind the plot to the sell the Roundup Toys to the Tokyo museum. He also may be the one who sold Buzz to Andy, as his store was known for selling the Buzz Lightyear action figures as shown in the first film.

to:

* GreaterScopeVillain: Al =McWhiggin=, Al, as he's behind the plot to the sell the Roundup Toys to the Tokyo museum. He also may be the one who sold Buzz to Andy, as his store was known for selling the Buzz Lightyear action figures as shown in the first film.
7th Dec '16 11:26:16 AM WakefulPigeon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* GreaterScopeVillain: Al McWhiggin, as he's behind the plot to the sell the Roundup Toys to the Tokyo museum. He also may be the one who sold Buzz to Andy, as his store was known for selling the Buzz Lightyear action figures as shown in the first film.

to:

* GreaterScopeVillain: Al McWhiggin, =McWhiggin=, as he's behind the plot to the sell the Roundup Toys to the Tokyo museum. He also may be the one who sold Buzz to Andy, as his store was known for selling the Buzz Lightyear action figures as shown in the first film.
7th Dec '16 11:21:03 AM WakefulPigeon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* GreaterScopeVillain: Al McWhiggin, as he's behind the plot to the sell the Roundup Toys to the Tokyo museum. He also may be the one sold Buzz to Andy, as his store was known for selling the Buzz Lightyear action figures in the first film.

to:

* GreaterScopeVillain: Al McWhiggin, as he's behind the plot to the sell the Roundup Toys to the Tokyo museum. He also may be the one who sold Buzz to Andy, as his store was known for selling the Buzz Lightyear action figures as shown in the first film.
7th Dec '16 11:19:58 AM WakefulPigeon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* BigBadEnsemble: Al, Zurg and [[spoiler:Stinky Pete.]]

to:

* BigBadEnsemble: Al, Zurg BigBad: Stinky Pete, as he was never sold and [[spoiler:Stinky Pete.]]tried to convince Woody never to go back to Andy's.


Added DiffLines:

*GreaterScopeVillain: Al McWhiggin, as he's behind the plot to the sell the Roundup Toys to the Tokyo museum. He also may be the one sold Buzz to Andy, as his store was known for selling the Buzz Lightyear action figures in the first film.
21st Nov '16 4:08:06 AM axle-k89
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* EmpathicEnvironment: During the "[[Tearjerker When She Loved Me]]" sequence, the first time we see the trees from the car window and then the tree with the tyre swing, it's bright and sunny and the trees are in full leaf, symbolising Jessie's happiness with Emily in Emily's childhood. When we see the same trees again at the end of the song, they're sporting autumnal colours, symbolising how Emily has grown up and moved on from Jessie, and also symbolising Jessie's heartbreak at being donated as the song ends.

to:

* EmpathicEnvironment: During the "[[Tearjerker "[[TearJerker When She Loved Me]]" sequence, the first time we see the trees from the car window and then the tree with the tyre swing, it's bright and sunny and the trees are in full leaf, symbolising Jessie's happiness with Emily in Emily's childhood. When we see the same trees again at the end of the song, they're sporting autumnal colours, symbolising how Emily has grown up and moved on from Jessie, and also symbolising Jessie's heartbreak at being donated as the song ends.



* YankTheDogsChain: During the "[[Tearjerker When She Loved Me]]" sequence, Emily, now grown up, finds Jessie again after years of having forgotten about her, giving Jessie a little bit of happiness with Emily once more, but it's brought to a crushing halt when Emily thoughtlessly gives Jessie away.

to:

* YankTheDogsChain: During the "[[Tearjerker "[[TearJerker When She Loved Me]]" sequence, Emily, now grown up, finds Jessie again after years of having forgotten about her, giving Jessie a little bit of happiness with Emily once more, but it's brought to a crushing halt when Emily thoughtlessly gives Jessie away.
21st Nov '16 4:07:34 AM axle-k89
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* EmpathicEnvironment: During the "[[Tearjerker When She Loved Me]]" sequence, the first time we see the trees from the car window and then the tree with the tyre swing, it's bright and sunny and the trees are in full leaf, symbolising Jessie's happiness with Emily in Emily's childhood. When we see the same trees again at the end of the song, they're sporting autumnal colours, symbolising how Emily has grown up and moved on from Jessie, and also symbolising Jessie's heartbreak at being donated as the song ends.



** For starters: "YARD SALE"

to:

** For starters: "YARD SALE"SALE".


Added DiffLines:

* YankTheDogsChain: During the "[[Tearjerker When She Loved Me]]" sequence, Emily, now grown up, finds Jessie again after years of having forgotten about her, giving Jessie a little bit of happiness with Emily once more, but it's brought to a crushing halt when Emily thoughtlessly gives Jessie away.
16th Nov '16 4:43:04 AM ArcaneAzmadi
Is there an issue? Send a Message


-->Hamm: I guess crime doesn't pay.

to:

-->Hamm: -->'''Hamm:''' I guess crime doesn't pay.



* AuthorAvatar: The toy repairman can be seen as this, since he tells Al that he can't rush art...much like the Pixar films themselves.

to:

* AuthorAvatar: The toy repairman can be seen as this, since he tells Al that he can't rush art... much like the Pixar films themselves.



** Al and Stinky Pete, the latter for mistreating other people for the sake of prioritizing his ambitions, and the latter for being a condescending character towards others (including Jessie when she no longer supports him).

to:

** Al and Stinky Pete, the latter former for mistreating other people for the sake of prioritizing his ambitions, and the latter for being a condescending character towards others (including Jessie when she no longer supports him).
15th Nov '16 4:50:57 AM axle-k89
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* MatchCut: When Buzz's rousing speech causes the Stars and Stripes to appear, he then leaves the camera, and the image turns grainy, then the camera pulls back from Al's apartment TV

to:

* MatchCut: When Buzz's rousing speech causes the Stars and Stripes to appear, he then leaves the camera, and the image turns grainy, then the camera pulls back from Al's apartment TVTV.



* OnlyOneName: Subverted with Al. We don't find out his surname for a long time, but during the scene where Konishi calls him before Al faxes the Woody's Roundup photos to him, you can hear Konishi calling him by his full name, Al McWhiggin.

to:

* OnlyOneName: Subverted with Al. We don't find out his surname for a long time, but during the scene where Konishi calls him before Al faxes the Woody's Roundup photos to him, you can hear Konishi calling him by his full name, Al McWhiggin.[=McWhiggin=].



* ThrowItIn: As revealedin the bonus features, one of the early animation tests showed Bullseye accidentally standing fully upright, upon which he covers his privates with his front legs and shuffles off embarrased. This was so funny that it got written into the script.

to:

* ThrowItIn: As revealedin revealed in the bonus features, one of the early animation tests showed Bullseye accidentally standing fully upright, upon which he covers his privates with his front legs and shuffles off embarrased.embarrassed. This was so funny that it got written into the script.



* {{Tsundere}}: Jessie behaved as a Type B towards Woody after the latter decided leave the Roundup Gang and return home with Andy. She got out of this phase after revealing him her past.

to:

* {{Tsundere}}: Jessie behaved as a Type B towards Woody after the latter decided leave the Roundup Gang and return home with Andy. She got out of this phase after revealing him her past.past to him.
15th Nov '16 4:43:42 AM axle-k89
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ChewingTheScenery: [[spoiler:Understandably, Woody does this a bit after his arm comes off, especially with this line directed at the Prospector in a funny moment: "LUCKY?! Are you shrink-wrapped?! I AM MISSING MY ARM!"]]


Added DiffLines:

* OnlyOneName: Subverted with Al. We don't find out his surname for a long time, but during the scene where Konishi calls him before Al faxes the Woody's Roundup photos to him, you can hear Konishi calling him by his full name, Al McWhiggin.


Added DiffLines:

* WouldHitAGirl: Woody implies he would do this during his fight with Jessie.
13th Nov '16 3:28:25 PM YasminPerry
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* PlotHole: This movie created the first (major) one in the series, thanks to fleshing out Woody's backstory from the [[WesternAnimation/ToyStory original film]]. Woody almost certainly had to have been owned by someone else besides Andy (due to the age of ''Woody's Roundup'', an obviously fifties puppet show Western), probably Andy's father, but Andy is the only owner Woody talks about. Unless Andy's dad shoved Woody in a box the day after he got him (unlikely for a child of the fifties with less entertainment options), that is.
This list shows the last 10 events of 161. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=WesternAnimation.ToyStory2