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More information on this sequel, including an early script, can be found [[https://lostmediawiki.com/Disney_Circle_7_Animation_(partially_lost_production_material_of_cancelled_direct-to-video_sequels;_2004-2006) here]]. An actual ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' would be released in 2010, with the Circle 7 script being completely ignored (although some of the concepts, such as the toys accidentally ending up at a daycare and [[spoiler: Woody and Buzz peacefully parting ways]] were reworked for either the actual ''Toy Story 3'' or ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory4'').

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More information on this sequel, including an early script, can be found [[https://lostmediawiki.com/Disney_Circle_7_Animation_(partially_lost_production_material_of_cancelled_direct-to-video_sequels;_2004-2006) here]]. An actual ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' would be released in 2010, with the Circle 7 script being completely ignored (although some of the concepts, such as the toys accidentally ending up at a daycare and [[spoiler: Woody [[spoiler:Woody and Buzz peacefully parting ways]] were reworked for either the actual ''Toy Story 3'' or ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory4'').



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* ArmsGoDown: When Woody and his companions arrive at the area where the recalled Buzzes are stored, Mr. Potato Head calls out for Buzz, only to be met by 50,000 Buzzes responding. Woody then asks for Andy's Buzz, and only a thousand Buzzes answer back. Hamm then specifies Andy Davis's Buzz, and merely a few Buzzes answer. Finally...
-->''(Jessie steps up and puts an end to it.)''\\
'''Jessie:''' ANDY DAVIS, WHO HAS A SISTER NAMED MOLLY, AND A DOG NAMED BUSTER?\\
''([[ChirpingCrickets Crickets.]])'''


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* HandsGoDown: When Woody and his companions arrive at the area where the recalled Buzzes are stored, Mr. Potato Head calls out for Buzz, only to be met by 50,000 Buzzes responding. Woody then asks for Andy's Buzz, and only a thousand Buzzes answer back. Hamm then specifies Andy Davis's Buzz, and merely a few Buzzes answer. Finally...
-->''(Jessie steps up and puts an end to it.)''\\
'''Jessie:''' ANDY DAVIS, WHO HAS A SISTER NAMED MOLLY, AND A DOG NAMED BUSTER?\\
''([[ChirpingCrickets Crickets.]])'''

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* ArmsGoDown: When Woody and his companions arrive at the area where the recalled Buzzes are stored, Mr. Potato Head calls out for Buzz, only to be met by 50,000 Buzzes responding. Woody then asks for Andy's Buzz, and only a thousand Buzzes answer back. Hamm then specifies Andy Davis's Buzz, and merely a few Buzzes answer. Finally...
-->''(Jessie steps up and puts an end to it.)''\\
'''Jessie:''' ANDY DAVIS, WHO HAS A SISTER NAMED MOLLY, AND A DOG NAMED BUSTER?\\
''([[ChirpingCrickets Crickets.]])'''


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* HasTwoMommies: What Buzz thought about his and Woody's relationship to Andy after [[spoiler:he gets reset after his chip is replaced]].
-->'''Woody:''' Andy is our kid, Buzz! Our boy!\\
'''Buzz:''' "Our" boy? Like our son[=--=]? ''(suspicious)'' Are you saying you and me are... y'know... one of those "two Dad" families?


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* ThrowTheDogABone: Throughout the script, Daxx Blastar keeps talking down on his feline companion Comet, insisting the latter is not his partner, just an accessory doomed to obscurity. During the launch party, just as Daxx makes it clear that Comet will never be as popular as himself, Buzz drives in on a Space Ranger Rover and knocks Daxx into the Daxx Blastar set display, causing it to topple over and leaving Comet as the only figure standing. As a result, the press mistakes Comet to be Daxx Blastar himself, but highly approve him nonetheless.


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: A surprising amount:
** At one point, Buzz tells Jade "To infinity and be-yotch", which sounds similar to another "b"-word.
** Some of the recalled dolls are playing strip poker before [[ItMakesSenseInContext Buzz's hand]] interrupts them.
** Mr. Potato Head regrets not clearing his browser history or getting rid of incriminating pictures of "Mistress Potato Head", implying infidelity.

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%% * GettingCrapPastTheRadar: A surprising amount:
** At one point, Buzz tells Jade "To infinity
GettingCrapPastThe Radar: Due to overwhelming and be-yotch", which sounds similar to another "b"-word.
** Some of
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** Mr. Potato Head regrets not clearing his browser history or getting rid of incriminating pictures of "Mistress Potato Head", implying infidelity.
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* SequelGoesForeign: While the other ''Toy Story'' movies involved the toys going to new locations, they always stayed within America. This movie, on the other hand, would have had them go to Taiwan to save Buzz from being recalled.

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* SequelGoesForeign: While the other ''Toy Story'' movies involved the toys going to new locations, they always stayed within America.America (with only one- ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory4''- even having the toys venture out of the tri-county area). This movie, on the other hand, would have had them go to Taiwan to save Buzz from being recalled.


More information on this sequel, including an early script, can be found [[https://lostmediawiki.com/Disney_Circle_7_Animation_(partially_lost_production_material_of_cancelled_direct-to-video_sequels;_2004-2006) here]]. An actual ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' would be released in 2010, with the Circle 7 script being completely ignored.

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More information on this sequel, including an early script, can be found [[https://lostmediawiki.com/Disney_Circle_7_Animation_(partially_lost_production_material_of_cancelled_direct-to-video_sequels;_2004-2006) here]]. An actual ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' would be released in 2010, with the Circle 7 script being completely ignored.
ignored (although some of the concepts, such as the toys accidentally ending up at a daycare and [[spoiler: Woody and Buzz peacefully parting ways]] were reworked for either the actual ''Toy Story 3'' or ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory4'').


** Some of the recalled dolls are playing strip poker before Buzz's hand interrupts them.

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** Some of the recalled dolls are playing strip poker before [[ItMakesSenseInContext Buzz's hand hand]] interrupts them.


''Toy Story'''s planned sequel, ''Toy Story 3'', would have been developed by a new studio created by Disney for DirectToVideo sequels called Circle 7, but it was cancelled in 2006 when Disney bought Pixar outright for 7.2 billion dollars. The plot is as follows: Buzz is sent to Taiwan when he is found to be malfunctioning in the hopes of getting repaired. However, when Woody realises Buzz Lightyear units all around the world are being recalled, he and his rescue team (consisting of Mr. Potato Head, Hamm, Slinky, Rex, Jessie and Bullseye) set off on a journey to the factory to save their friend before he's destroyed.

More information on this sequel, including an early script, can be found [[https://lostmediawiki.com/Disney_Circle_7_Animation_(partially_lost_production_material_of_cancelled_direct-to-video_sequels;_2004-2006) here]]. An actual ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' would be released in 2010, with the original script being completely ignored.

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''Toy Story'''s planned sequel, ''Toy Story 3'', would have been developed by a new studio created by Disney for DirectToVideo sequels called Circle 7, but it was cancelled in 2006 when Disney bought Pixar outright for 7.2 billion dollars. The plot is as follows: when Buzz is sent starts malfunctioning, Andy's toys forcibly ship him off to Taiwan when (where he is found to be malfunctioning was created) in the hopes of getting him repaired. However, when Woody realises realizes Buzz Lightyear units all around the world are being recalled, he and his rescue team (consisting of Mr. Potato Head, Hamm, Slinky, Rex, Jessie and Bullseye) set off on a journey to the factory to save their friend Buzz before he's destroyed.

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More information on this sequel, including an early script, can be found [[https://lostmediawiki.com/Disney_Circle_7_Animation_(partially_lost_production_material_of_cancelled_direct-to-video_sequels;_2004-2006) here]]. An actual ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' would be released in 2010, with the original Circle 7 script being completely ignored.


* RecycledScript: The film's plot would have been a retread of ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', in that it involves a main character being transported to a new location against their will and the other characters going there to rescue them. The main differences are that Buzz is the one in distress and Woody the one leading the rescue team.

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* TheCameo: Al from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'' makes a brief appearance at the unveiling party for Daxx Blastar.

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* ChekhovsSkill: Rex's skill at playing ''TabletopGame/{{Operation}}'' comes in handy when the toys need him to take out Buzz's malfunctioning chip and put in a new one.

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* RaceAgainstTheClock: The toys have to mail themselves back to Andy's room by 7:00, the latest time the 2-day shipping will allow them to get home before Andy returns.


* FailedASpotCheck: Woody somehow not only fails to notice the giant Buzz lightyear head on the factory Buzz is inside, but goes in the ''complete opposite direction'' while trying to find it.

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* FailedASpotCheck: Woody somehow not only fails to notice the giant Buzz lightyear Lightyear head on the factory Buzz is inside, but he goes in the ''complete opposite direction'' while trying to find it.


* BigDamnHeroes: Woody and the gang arrive just in time to stop Buzz, Rosie and Jade from being crushed in the recycling plant.

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* BigDamnHeroes: Woody and the gang arrive just in time to stop Buzz, Rosie Rosey and Jade from being crushed in the recycling plant.



* IJustWantToBeLoved: Rosie's motivation for tagging along with Buzz is being repaired so she can finally be loved by a kid.

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* IJustWantToBeLoved: Rosie's Rosey's motivation for tagging along with Buzz is being repaired so she can finally be loved by a kid.



* PlayingWithFire: Rosie's malfunction causes her to spew fire from her stomach. She was intended to keep children warm at night, but she just wound up burning them instead.

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* PlayingWithFire: Rosie's Rosey's malfunction causes her to spew fire from her stomach. She was intended to keep children warm at night, but she just wound up burning them instead.



** Buzz is reset back to his factory settings and acts just like he did in the first movie, lacking any memory of his friends. He gets his memories back a minute later after Jade and Rosie remind him of Andy.

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** Buzz is reset back to his factory settings and acts just like he did in the first movie, lacking any memory of his friends. He gets his memories back a minute later after Jade and Rosie Rosey remind him of Andy.


* RecycledScript: The film's plot would have been a retread of ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', in that it involves a main character being transported to a new location against their will and the other characters going there to rescue them. The main differences are that Buzz is the one in distress and Woody the one leading the rescue team.



* RecycledScript: The film's plot would have been a retread of ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', in that it involves a main character being transported to a new location against their will and the other characters going there to rescue them. The main differences are that Buzz is the one in distress and Woody the one leading the rescue team.

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