History WesternAnimation / ToyStory2

10th Mar '17 8:30:51 AM axle-k89
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** Stinky Pete when he sees he's going to be stuffed in a Barbie backpack.

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** Stinky [[spoiler:Stinky Pete when he sees he's going to be stuffed in a Barbie backpack. backpack.]]
10th Mar '17 8:28:22 AM axle-k89
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* AllForNothing: Subverted. It seems that Andy's toys' quest to rescue Woody is in vain when Woody chooses to go to the museum instead of going back to Andy, because he fears being outgrown and thrown out, causing Andy's toys to leave without him. However, Woody has a change of heart and [[TakeAThirdOption decides to go back after all, but now deciding to take the Roundup Gang with him]] because he knows that without him, they'll go back to storage, possibly indefinitely.
** Al steals Woody for the final piece in the Woody's Roundup collection so he can take them all to the Konishi Toy Museum in Tokyo, but it turns out to be this trope in the end as Woody decides to go back to Andy and takes Jessie and Bullseye with him.



* CueTheFallingObject: Most of the main characters cross the road to try and rescue Woody. Mr. Potato Head says "Well that was easy" and the camera cuts to show the massive traffic accident they caused before a lamppost falls over.

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* CueTheFallingObject: Most of the main characters cross the road to try and rescue Woody. Mr. Potato Head says "Well "Well, that was easy" went well" and the camera cuts to show the massive traffic accident they caused before a lamppost falls over.



* DemandOverload: In universe. When the [[WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand Buzz Lightyear]] action figures originally came out, "short-sighted retailers" underestimated just how big the demand would be, and the initial run completely sold out in a few days. By the present, stores like Al's Toy Barn have caught up with demand by devoting an entire aisle to Buzz Lightyear.

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* DemandOverload: In universe.InUniverse. When the [[WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand Buzz Lightyear]] action figures originally came out, "short-sighted retailers" underestimated just how big the demand would be, and the initial run completely sold out in a few days. By the present, stores like Al's Toy Barn have caught up with demand by devoting an entire aisle to Buzz Lightyear.



* FateWorseThanDeath: It's implied that Woody initially sees going to the museum as this, and so does Buzz when he finds out. In the latter's words, it would be like an AndIMustScream scenario, reduced to watching kids from behind glass and never being loved again.



** Most of the plot would not have happened if Andy hadn't accidentally torn Woody's arm.



* HappilyMarried: Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head. Though the former has to repeat to himself that he's married when he meets one of the Barbie dolls.



* IChooseToStay: Woody is torn between going back to Andy and eventually being thrown out, or going to the museum and lasting forever. Woody decides to remain with the Roundup Gang because he doesn't want to break them up, and knowing that if he abandons them, they could go back to storage indefinitely. Understandably, Andy's toys are shocked when they catch up to Woody, especially Buzz, who thinks Woody is throwing his life away. After some insight, Woody changes his mind and decides to go back to Andy after all, but take the Roundup Gang with him.



* JawDrop: Mr. Potato Head, Rex, Hamm and Slinky all do one in Al's Toy Barn upon first seeing the partying Barbie dolls.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Mr. Potato Head risking himself to save three of the Little Green Men (who he had just met!).

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Mr. Potato Head risking himself to save three of the Little Green Men (who he had just met!). He's also noticeably nicer in general than he was in the first movie, possibly because he now has a wife in the form of Mrs. Potato Head, which is what he wanted in the first film, and got at the end.



** Zurg falls down [[DisneyVillainDeath the bottomless elevator shaft]] after being hit by Rex's tail. However, [[NotQuiteDead he is seen with Impostor Buzz long afterward.]]

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** Zurg falls down [[DisneyVillainDeath the bottomless elevator shaft]] after being hit by Rex's tail. However, [[NotQuiteDead he is seen with Impostor Buzz not long afterward.]]]]
* OhCrap: Woody in his nightmare when he realises he's landed in a dustbin, and thus that Andy is throwing him out.
** Woody when Stinky Pete mentions they are to be sold to a museum, which causes him to stop dead.
** Woody gets quite a funny one when his arm comes completely off.
** Barbie, and then Andy's toys, in Al's Toy Barn when they see they're on a collision course with a tub of rubber balls.
** Rex and the New Buzz in the lift shaft when Zurg appears.
** Mr. Potato Head upon first glimpsing the sheer size of the airport baggage area, combined with BowelBreakingBricks.
** Slinky in the airport baggage area when his back end gets caught in a suitcase handle, pulling him away from Buzz.
** Stinky Pete when he sees he's going to be stuffed in a Barbie backpack.


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* ThisIsGonnaSuck: Mr. Potato Head at the end when Mrs. Potato Head says she wants to adopt the aliens.


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* VillainsOutShopping: Implied. After Buzz's RousingSpeech to the other toys, it cuts to Al's apartment, where he's asleep on the sofa, and a bowl of cheese puffs in his arm falls to the floor as his arm goes limp.
27th Feb '17 5:09:14 PM Trueman001
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** In the FakeActionPrologue, the sounds the platforms make when Buzz jumps on them combine to form ''Also Sprach Zarathustra'', referencing ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey''.

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** In the FakeActionPrologue, the sounds the platforms make when Buzz jumps on them combine to form the "Sunrise" fanfare from ''Also Sprach Zarathustra'', referencing ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey''.
20th Feb '17 8:22:07 PM bt8257
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It is notable for being Creator/{{Pixar}}'s first {{sequel}}, and for spawning a {{spinoff}} television series, ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand''. In 2009, it was re-released alongside ''Toy Story'' as a double feature in stereoscopic Disney Digital 3-D, with the two films completely re-rendered to match the level of detail of ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' (the UK had to wait until January 2010 for ''Toy Story 2'' to come out in 3D).

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It is notable Notable for being Creator/{{Pixar}}'s first {{sequel}}, and for spawning a {{spinoff}} television series, ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand''. In 2009, it was re-released alongside ''Toy Story'' as a double feature in stereoscopic Disney Digital 3-D, with the two films completely re-rendered to match the level of detail of ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' (the UK had to wait until January 2010 for ''Toy Story 2'' to come out in 3D).
13th Feb '17 11:50:25 AM MyFinalEdits
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* HandOrObjectUnderwear: Bullseye, after his saddle falls off.
** Also Hamm, after he trips and his cork is dislodged as he and the other toys trek to find Al's Toy Barn.

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* HandOrObjectUnderwear: HandOrObjectUnderwear:
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Bullseye, after his saddle falls off.
** Also Hamm, after he trips and his cork is dislodged as he and the other toys trek to find Al's Toy Barn.



* 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.
** Another interesting variation that comes after the scene where Woody is repaired and restored. Al proclaims, "He's just like ''new!''" Then it immediately cuts to a sign reading "NEW!" at Al's Toy Barn as Buzz is searching for Woody.

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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.
** Another interesting A variation that comes after the scene where Woody is repaired and restored. Al proclaims, "He's just like ''new!''" Then it immediately cuts to a sign reading "NEW!" at Al's Toy Barn as Buzz is searching for Woody.
12th Feb '17 1:22:12 PM WileK209
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* TheDitz: Bullseye, though he is still very loyal to Woody.


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** Also Hamm, after he trips and his cork is dislodged as he and the other toys trek to find Al's Toy Barn.
12th Feb '17 12:23:36 PM WileK209
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** Another interesting variation that comes after the scene where Woody is repaired and restored. Al proclaims, "He's just like ''new!''" Then it immediately cuts to a sign reading "NEW!" at Al's Toy Barn as Buzz is searching for Woody.
27th Jan '17 12:34:44 PM MagBas
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* GreaterScopeVillain: 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.
27th Jan '17 12:24:38 PM MagBas
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* BigBad: Stinky Pete, as he was never sold and tried to convince Woody never to go back to Andy's.

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* BigBad: Stinky Pete, as he was never sold and tried Al, the Jerk Ass toy collector who wants to convince sell Woody never to go back a museum in Japan to Andy's.make money.
15th Dec '16 9:07:37 PM TheBigBopper
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[Creator/SarahMcLachlan "When somebody loved me, everything was beautiful / Every hour we spent together, lives within my heart /]] [[TearJerker When she loved me..."]]'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[Creator/SarahMcLachlan [[caption-width-right:350:''[[Music/SarahMcLachlan "When somebody loved me, everything was beautiful / Every hour we spent together, lives within my heart /]] [[TearJerker When she loved me..."]]'']]
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