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Lotso later then becomes the plaything of a certain Trevor Philips...

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[[WMG: You know that cool, geeky chick you're always playing online games with late at night, but you've never met in-person or via webcam? [[DaydreamBeliever That's Trixie.]]]]

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[[WMG: You know that cool, geeky chick you're always playing online games with late at night, but you've never met in-person or seen via webcam? [[DaydreamBeliever That's Trixie.]]]]


At the beginning of the movie, the title shown at first just says "Toy Story" with the traditional logo used for the first film, [[CaptainObvious symbolizing the franchise as a whole]]. Then, a branding iron enters the frame and brands the "3" on below it, causing the logo and everything around it to burn down. Even if I don't necessarily believe this, it could symbolize the brutal hands of ExecutiveMeddling coming in with a hot staff to cruelly brand a new movie into a franchise that the makers didn't feel needed it. Don't get me wrong, I LOVED ''Toy Story 3''. I just thought of a new, interesting way to look at the otherwise forgettable scene. It'd also be a brilliant, subtle "screw you" for whatever filmmakers need one in the future.

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At the beginning of the movie, the title shown at first just says "Toy Story" with the traditional logo used for the first film, [[CaptainObvious symbolizing the franchise as a whole]].whole. Then, a branding iron enters the frame and brands the "3" on below it, causing the logo and everything around it to burn down. Even if I don't necessarily believe this, it could symbolize the brutal hands of ExecutiveMeddling coming in with a hot staff to cruelly brand a new movie into a franchise that the makers didn't feel needed it. Don't get me wrong, I LOVED ''Toy Story 3''. I just thought of a new, interesting way to look at the otherwise forgettable scene. It'd also be a brilliant, subtle "screw you" for whatever filmmakers need one in the future.


[[folder:Big Baby]]
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[[WMG: Jessie was actually supposed to be Woody's new girlfriend]]
The guys at Pixar thought that Jessie should be Woody's new girlfriend so they [[PutOnABus bought a ticket]] for Bo Beep. But after realizing the fans' reactions towards JessieXBuzz, they decided [[AscendedFanon to give them what they wanted.]]




[[WMG: Andy and Bonnie will create an [[Webcomic/AxeCop online webcomic together]].]]
* The college that Andy is attending is Cal Arts University, and practices drawing artwork and graphic novels in his spare time. During one of his trips back home, he babysits for Bonnie, and realizes that she has an incredibly active imagination, creating wildly vivid story lines for the toys. They decide to join forces together they create the online webcomic [[Webcomic/AxeCop Laser Sheriff]]!
** Or Webcomic/KidRadd

[[WMG: Andy ''suspected'' his toys were alive.]]
He didn't know for sure -- he never secretly caught them moving and talking -- but he saw (or just barely missed) and heard enough throughout his life to start thinking weird things happened with his toys whenever he wasn't around -- enough to make him suspicious but not to make it unquestionably clear to him that toys are alive (unlike Sid). He wouldn't tell anyone, of course, or they would think he was crazy, but he did take extra good care of his toys and never threw the most important ones away but kept them safe in his room. By the time he was 17, he consciously convinced himself it was just his childish imagination, but subconsciously, he still wasn't sure. This is why he couldn't throw them away, sell them online with no way of knowing how they would be treated by new owners, or donate them to a daycare center (being a kid more recently than his mom, he ''knows'' how little kids [[strike:destroy]] play with toys!). With Bonnie, Andy (subconsciously) knew the toys would be safe ''and'' happy having someone to play with again. He took the opportunity with Bonnie to say good-bye to them; that's what we all use little kids for, after all -- a cover for doing childish things we secretly still love but have "outgrown." When Woody "waved" good-bye to him at the end, all the old suspicions came back, so, even though he couldn't be sure, he said, "Thanks, guys"... just in case.

[[WMG: Andy and [[WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster Rob]] are going to meet at college, and become friends.]]
It's just meant to be...

[[WMG: Eventually, Andy and Bonnie meet again and get married and pass the toys down onto their kid]]
Mostly because I want Woody reunited with Andy.

[[WMG: Andy ends up with his toys back]]
By the time Bonnie leaves to go to collage Andy has a child of his own, so, before she goes, Bonnie gives Andy his toys back as well as some of her own for his child

[[WMG: The college Andy leaves to is affiliated with the Marine Life Institute from WesternAnimation/FindingDory]]
We don't know what he's studying; it might be marine biology.



[[folder:Big Baby]]
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[[WMG: Bonny and Andy will turn out LGBT]]

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[[WMG: Bonny Bonnie and Andy will turn out LGBT]]




[[WMG: Bonnie is Geri's granddaughter from [[WesternAnimation/PixarShorts Geri's Game]]]]
Both like fixing up toys and both are ''very'' imaginative.

[[WMG: Bonnie is a Miyazaki fan.]]
Why else would she have a Totoro plushie?
* Kids have random toys from shows they don't even know exists all the time, case in point: Woody. OTOH, it's also believable that her mom is the Miyazaki fan, or someone else who is a fan gave her the Totoro plushie.(Bonus points if it was Andy's mom)
** (Different troper) I had a Totoro toy when I was a kid because it was my favorite movie. It's not too far-fetched that Bonnie liked the movie enough for her mom to order a plush off ebay.

[[WMG: Bonnie half knows all the good toys end up in the caterpillar room.]]
Thats why her mom looked for her there.



[[folder:Daisy]]
[[WMG:Emily is Daisy's mom (If she's not Andy's mom).]]
Emily was a kid in the 50s, 60s, or 70s (?)<!-- Feel free to change this --> when "Woody's Roundup" was popular. Daisy was a little girl in the 80s, when Lots-o'-Huggin' bears were popular. Emily, Daisy's mom, and Daisy all seem to have similar hair, just like Ms. Davis had hair like Emily.

[[WMG:Alternatively, Lotso's past took place many years ago, and Daisy is Bonnie's mom.]]

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[[folder:Daisy]]
[[WMG:Emily
[[folder:Bonnie's toys]]
[[WMG: Dolly
is Daisy's mom (If she's not Andy's mom).related to Sally from WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas]]
In addition to both being both misfit ragdolls, both Dolly and Sally have the obvious appearance of DIY craftsmanship. Sally is noticeably hand created, with yarn hair and obvious stitching lines and mismatched fabric for clothing. Dolly was originally planned as a homemade toy that Bonnie and her Mom made together. Her hair is made out of foam felt, while her outfit is crude with mismatching buttons and obvious green stitching. And yes, while both have differing personalities, they both shown to be gentle and kind-hearted towards their loved ones (Jack and Bonnie, respectively). Plus, is it just me, or does Dolly seem more than a little shaky in walk cycle?

[[WMG: You know that cool, geeky chick you're always playing online games with late at night, but you've never met in-person or via webcam? [[DaydreamBeliever That's Trixie.]]]]
* I believe this.

[[WMG: Dolly likes Chuckles, Actor guy likes one of the LGMs, Hamm likes Buttercup, and Bullseye likes Totoro.
]]
Emily was a kid in the 50s, 60s, or 70s (?)<!-- Feel free to change I'm basing this --> when "Woody's Roundup" was popular. Daisy was a little girl in on the 80s, when Lots-o'-Huggin' bears were popular. Emily, Daisy's mom, ending song and Daisy saying with the exception of the note and the scenes before it which are all seem to have similar hair, just like Ms. Davis had hair like Emily.

[[WMG:Alternatively, Lotso's past took place many years ago, and Daisy is Bonnie's mom.]]
BarbieXKen all the scenes depict a paring. Actually I think the TotoroXBullseye pairing makes the most scence of all of there.



[[folder:Ken]]
[[WMG: Ken and Barbie in [=TS3=] are a StealthParody of LoveAtFirstSight couples.]]
I mean, just * look* at them.
* I would say they're not even so much a ''Stealth'' Parody as a parody. This is particularly satisfying because, [[Creator/{{Disney}} who do we know who has a reputation for using Love At First Sight]]?
** Barbie and Ken are parodies of ''[[SelfParody themselves]]'' throughout the entire movie, this is just part of the whole shebang.

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[[folder:Ken]]
[[folder:Bo Peep]]
[[WMG: Ken In between [=TS2=] and Barbie in [=TS3=] (spoilers), Bo was...]]
...Given to [[WesternAnimation/{{Up}} Carl and Elle]] for use in their baby's new room. The only evidence that I have of this is that Andy and the Frederickson's
are somehow connected (there's a StealthParody easter egg postcard in Andy's room from them). After [[spoiler:the miscarriage]], Bo was given away by because the Frederickson's didn't want [[spoiler: any reminders of LoveAtFirstSight couples.what they had lost]]. Somehow Bo will find her way back to the rest of the gang. Really.

[[WMG: Bo Peep was sold/given away to Bonnie's family]]
The reason we didn't see her in the movie was either A) She just happened to be in a room that Woody didn't have the chance to visit (possibly the conservatory, or the Billard Room), or B) She happened to be going on a [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome different, completely]] [[HeroOfAnotherStory unrelated adventure]] of her own during the events of Toy Story 3, and didn't get back until sometime after the credits. I can just hear Bonnie now: "Oh, ''there'' you are, Peep! I've been looking all over for...why are you wearing an [[NoodleImplements airport tag from Guatemala]]?"

[[WMG: Bo Peep was BROKEN. Woody watched the pieces swept up before his eyes and thrown away.
]]
I mean, just * look* at them.
* I would
Sorry, someone had to say they're not even so much a ''Stealth'' Parody as a parody. This it.
* Jossed. Bo
is particularly satisfying because, [[Creator/{{Disney}} who do we know who has a reputation for using Love At First Sight]]?
** Barbie
given away in one piece in the prologue of ''Toy Story 4''.

[[WMG: Bo Peep was sold/given away, but eventually broke...]]
...
and Ken are parodies of ''[[SelfParody themselves]]'' throughout was thrown away, around the entire movie, time of the events of Toy Story 3. She was in the same pile of trash that Woody and friends were in. [[TearJerker But the Claw didn't pick her up.]] I felt like crushing your emotions today.

[[WMG: Woody and Bo broke up.]]
Between [=TS2=] and [=TS3=],
this is just part of how Bo Peep was given away: Woody and co tried to save her from being sold on another yard sale, but unfortunately, they were too late. To add insult to injury, Bo get upset with Woody and [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech lectures him that he's terribly failed to save her and lost complete trust in him]], thus severing all ties with him. Woody becomes guilty and heartbroken, but it only took a while for the other toys to sooth his feelings and forget about the whole shebang.thing, but deep down inside, Woody just can't forget about that moment he lost Bo.
* Confirmed in ''4''... halfway. Bo was given away, Woody tried to 'save' her, but she told him to come with her instead. Woody chose to stay with Andy and they parted ways.



[[folder:Leaving the dump]]
[[WMG: Instead of just hitching a ride in the garbage truck, Woody just out and asked Sid for help.]]
Grabage trucks make a lot of stops, and the toys were in a hurry. Leaning may or may not have been involved. (Considering what Sid probably took away from the first film, it's quite possible all they had to do to convince him to take them home was to ''just say hi.'')
-I like this idea! It could have happened off screen.
** It actually fills in a plot hole with the garbage truck which is how they could have taken a lift on it. There is nothing for them to hold on to outside the truck and the truck itself is far too dangerous to jump in (as we've seen it crushes everyone inside it), taking the front seat with Sid's consent was the only way it could have worked out. I'm actually given the impression that it was the original intention but the writers felt having a human interact with the toys like that would break the convention too much (especially for those who had not seen the first film and didn't know who Sid was) so instead they left it as heavily implied.
** Dude, if that did happen, Sid truly ''would'' become Mr. Crocker, as he would probably experience a mental relapse in his childhood trauma, as well as a confirmation in his belief that DEMONIC LIVING TOYS do exist.
** As much as I love this theory, I get the feeling that no matter how Sid's dealt with his trauma since the first movie, or how he deals with other toys, encountering Woody would make him curl up in the fetal position, muttering "''you're the doll''" repeatedly.
** It is possible he's actually grateful for scaring him straight though. He might have realized he'd have been a far worse person if they'd not scared him. Or have realized it was his own sadism that resulted in them scaring him, Woody did tell him so. His own words imply that he actually did treat his toys better after them (he says he had a Lotso toy as a kid and loved it, meaning either he had one already and we never saw it or he got it after he was traumatized and treated it better) and liked actually playing with toys instead of torturing them. If that happened, then odds are he'd be grateful that they scared him straight and willingly gave them a ride. As for why he tied them to the front of his truck, perhaps he thought the toys in the dump were already dead or thought he was displaying them proudly. Ether way, they probably would've informed him Lotso deserved it.
*** Wasn't it a different garbage man who tied Lotso to the front of the truck?

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[[folder:Leaving the dump]]
[[WMG: Instead of just hitching a ride in the garbage truck, Woody just out and asked Sid for help.
[[folder:Daisy]]
[[WMG:Emily is Daisy's mom (If she's not Andy's mom).
]]
Grabage trucks make a lot of stops, and the toys were in a hurry. Leaning may or may not have been involved. (Considering what Sid probably took away from the first film, it's quite possible all they had to do to convince him to take them home Emily was to ''just say hi.'')
-I like this idea! It could have happened off screen.
** It actually fills in
a plot hole with the garbage truck which is how they could have taken a lift on it. There is nothing for them to hold on to outside the truck and the truck itself is far too dangerous to jump in (as we've seen it crushes everyone inside it), taking the front seat with Sid's consent was the only way it could have worked out. I'm actually given the impression that it was the original intention but the writers felt having a human interact with the toys like that would break the convention too much (especially for those who had not seen the first film and didn't know who Sid was) so instead they left it as heavily implied.
** Dude, if that did happen, Sid truly ''would'' become Mr. Crocker, as he would probably experience a mental relapse in his childhood trauma, as well as a confirmation in his belief that DEMONIC LIVING TOYS do exist.
** As much as I love this theory, I get the feeling that no matter how Sid's dealt with his trauma since the first movie, or how he deals with other toys, encountering Woody would make him curl up
kid in the fetal position, muttering "''you're 50s, 60s, or 70s (?)<!-- Feel free to change this --> when "Woody's Roundup" was popular. Daisy was a little girl in the doll''" repeatedly.
** It is possible he's actually grateful for scaring him straight though. He might
80s, when Lots-o'-Huggin' bears were popular. Emily, Daisy's mom, and Daisy all seem to have realized he'd have been a far worse person if they'd not scared him. Or have realized it was his own sadism that resulted in them scaring him, Woody did tell him so. His own words imply that he actually did treat his toys better after them (he says he similar hair, just like Ms. Davis had a Lotso toy as a kid hair like Emily.

[[WMG:Alternatively, Lotso's past took place many years ago,
and loved it, meaning either he had one already and we never saw it or he got it after he was traumatized and treated it better) and liked actually playing with toys instead of torturing them. If that happened, then odds Daisy is Bonnie's mom.]]

[[WMG: [[TheDogWasTheMastermind Daisy's parents]]
are he'd be grateful that they scared him straight and willingly gave them a ride. As for why he tied them to behind the front events of his truck, perhaps he thought ''Toy Story 3!'']]
[[spoiler: They want to destroy all of
the toys in the dump were already dead or thought he was displaying them proudly. Ether way, world and they probably would've informed him know the toys are alive! They deliberately 'forgot' to put Lotso, Big Baby and Chuckles in the car when Daisy fell asleep, and replaced Lotso deserved it.
*** Wasn't it a different garbage man who tied
so that he would think Daisy didn't want him. Cue Lotso to taking over Sunnyside Daycare. Woody and company may have foiled Lotso's EvilPlan and made the front Daycare a better place, but [[KarmaHoudini Daisy's parents have yet to be stopped]].]].
* You know what? That would make a [[CrackFic very interesting fanfic]]...

[[WMG: Daisy grows up to become a Yellow Power Ranger]]
The ''PowerRangers'' are known for wearing the colour that corresponds to their suits when they are not out saving the world in very ColorCharacter fashion. In the [[spoiler:flashback that reveals Lotso's backstory]], Daisy wears lots of yellow. Ergo, sometime in her future, she becomes one
of the truck?Power Rangers.

[[WMG: Daisy's parents might have a severe memory loss disorder, which is why they forgot the toys.]]
* Or maybe this is common for adults. About a few years ago, this ad for a medicine that prevents memory loss ran on TV where a woman forgot where she put something (I think it was car keys), and her dog says where she put it in thoughts, ala ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'', but the woman can't understand the dog.

[[WMG: Daisy is really a younger version of Daisy from the Ramona book series.]]

[[WMG: Daisy died when she tried to retrieve the replacement Lotso.]]
* On another road trip, Daisy dropped her Lotso doll out the window and opened the car door to go retrieve the doll. She was hit by a car and then died.



[[folder:Ken]]
[[WMG: Ken and Barbie in [=TS3=] are a StealthParody of LoveAtFirstSight couples.]]
I mean, just * look* at them.
* I would say they're not even so much a ''Stealth'' Parody as a parody. This is particularly satisfying because, [[Creator/{{Disney}} who do we know who has a reputation for using Love At First Sight]]?
** Barbie and Ken are parodies of ''[[SelfParody themselves]]'' throughout the entire movie, this is just part of the whole shebang.

[[WMG: Ken was abandoned because he was a girls toy.]]
He's not the only male girls toy we see yet he's the only one who seems sensitive about it. Given he might just be the only one people teased about it, (Lotso would kill you and Buttercups friends are nice) but it still appears that toys are not overly cruel to male girls toys. It makes sense that there is something making him sensitive about the issue possibly his male owner being teased for having a girls toy and then abandoning him and because he is sensitive about the issue he is fun to taunt so the other toys do. He can not tell the other toys why he is sensitive about this because if Lotso knew he was defending his relationship with his previous owner he would not live long and if the other toys knew this they could blackmail him.
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[[folder:Leaving the dump]]
[[WMG: Instead of just hitching a ride in the garbage truck, Woody just out and asked Sid for help.]]
Grabage trucks make a lot of stops, and the toys were in a hurry. Leaning may or may not have been involved. (Considering what Sid probably took away from the first film, it's quite possible all they had to do to convince him to take them home was to ''just say hi.'')
-I like this idea! It could have happened off screen.
** It actually fills in a plot hole with the garbage truck which is how they could have taken a lift on it. There is nothing for them to hold on to outside the truck and the truck itself is far too dangerous to jump in (as we've seen it crushes everyone inside it), taking the front seat with Sid's consent was the only way it could have worked out. I'm actually given the impression that it was the original intention but the writers felt having a human interact with the toys like that would break the convention too much (especially for those who had not seen the first film and didn't know who Sid was) so instead they left it as heavily implied.
** Dude, if that did happen, Sid truly ''would'' become Mr. Crocker, as he would probably experience a mental relapse in his childhood trauma, as well as a confirmation in his belief that DEMONIC LIVING TOYS do exist.
** As much as I love this theory, I get the feeling that no matter how Sid's dealt with his trauma since the first movie, or how he deals with other toys, encountering Woody would make him curl up in the fetal position, muttering "''you're the doll''" repeatedly.
** It is possible he's actually grateful for scaring him straight though. He might have realized he'd have been a far worse person if they'd not scared him. Or have realized it was his own sadism that resulted in them scaring him, Woody did tell him so. His own words imply that he actually did treat his toys better after them (he says he had a Lotso toy as a kid and loved it, meaning either he had one already and we never saw it or he got it after he was traumatized and treated it better) and liked actually playing with toys instead of torturing them. If that happened, then odds are he'd be grateful that they scared him straight and willingly gave them a ride. As for why he tied them to the front of his truck, perhaps he thought the toys in the dump were already dead or thought he was displaying them proudly. Ether way, they probably would've informed him Lotso deserved it.
*** Wasn't it a different garbage man who tied Lotso to the front of the truck?
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[[WMG: Woody's escape wasn't "lucky" -- Lotso ''let'' him escape.]]
Based on Woody's attitude during Lotso's sermon about Sunnyside and professed loyalty to Andy ("Because we're Andy's toys!"), Lotso theorized Woody probably couldn't be persuaded easily into buying his utopian act or adhering to the rules of Sunnyside. So he let him leave, deciding he was better off without a potential troublemaker in the fold. Plus, he got the added bonus of using him to threaten his friends. [[EvilCannotComprehendGood He never expected, once he was safely away, that Woody would even consider returning and putting himself in danger just to help his friends.]]

[[WMG: Lotso is Black Friday!Woody only pink and fluffy.]]
Compare the scene in the Black Friday reel after Woody throws Buzz out of the window to the way Lotso behaves when confronted at the garbage shoot. When the other toys attempt to call Woody on his behaviour he shows utter contempt for all of them and is outright sadistic towards his enforcer, Slinky. Pixar rewrote him after realising that he was a complete jerk and wouldn't work as a hero. Maybe they reworked that version of him as a villain.

[[WMG: All Lots-o-Huggin' Bears meet tragic/unfortunate ends.]]
In much of the same way that Buzz Lightyear toys were made with built-in personalities and back stories, Lots-o-Huggin' Bears were crafted with the sole purpose of being their owner's best friend, no matter what. Unfortunately, this leads them to be extremely codependent. Lotso's unexpected separation from Diasy despite his pre-programmed need for human friendship lead to him becoming the psychological mess that he was. The Lotso Daisy replaced her original with also eventually went insane once she outgrew him and he killed himself.

[[WMG:[[Film/{{Shooter}} Senator Meachum was reincarnated in the form of Lotso. Alternately, Lotso was possessed by Senator Meachum's ghost sometime after being abandoned by Daisy.]]]]
Not much for this other than the actor connection regarding Ned Beatty, but a WMG is a WMG.
* "Are you out of your mind? Are you out of your damn mind?! '''I am the ruler of Sunnyside!'''"

[[WMG: Lotso's backstory is more ironic than it first appears if you look at the origional idea for him]]
Somebody believes they were abandoned and replaced and is taking it out on others. Turns out he was replaced but by people who didn't know how special he was because they likely couldn't find him and wanted to protect there daughter. This reminds me of a series of movies I used to watch... what was it called again?



[[WMG: The garbageman who puts Lotso on his truck is [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Cartman]] all grown up.]]
The frog with Lotso on the truck looks kind of like Cartman's Clyde Frog.



[[WMG: Dolly is related to Sally from WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas]]
In addition to both being both misfit ragdolls, both Dolly and Sally have the obvious appearance of DIY craftsmanship. Sally is noticeably hand created, with yarn hair and obvious stitching lines and mismatched fabric for clothing. Dolly was originally planned as a homemade toy that Bonnie and her Mom made together. Her hair is made out of foam felt, while her outfit is crude with mismatching buttons and obvious green stitching. And yes, while both have differing personalities, they both shown to be gentle and kind-hearted towards their loved ones (Jack and Bonnie, respectively). Plus, is it just me, or does Dolly seem more than a little shaky in walk cycle?



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[[WMG: Andy and Bonnie will create an [[Webcomic/AxeCop online webcomic together]].]]
* The college that Andy is attending is Cal Arts University, and practices drawing artwork and graphic novels in his spare time. During one of his trips back home, he babysits for Bonnie, and realizes that she has an incredibly active imagination, creating wildly vivid story lines for the toys. They decide to join forces together they create the online webcomic [[Webcomic/AxeCop Laser Sheriff]]!
** Or Webcomic/KidRadd



[[WMG: Woody's escape wasn't "lucky" -- Lotso ''let'' him escape.]]
Based on Woody's attitude during Lotso's sermon about Sunnyside and professed loyalty to Andy ("Because we're Andy's toys!"), Lotso theorized Woody probably couldn't be persuaded easily into buying his utopian act or adhering to the rules of Sunnyside. So he let him leave, deciding he was better off without a potential troublemaker in the fold. Plus, he got the added bonus of using him to threaten his friends. [[EvilCannotComprehendGood He never expected, once he was safely away, that Woody would even consider returning and putting himself in danger just to help his friends.]]

[[WMG: Bonnie is Geri's granddaughter from [[WesternAnimation/PixarShorts Geri's Game]]]]
Both like fixing up toys and both are ''very'' imaginative.

[[WMG: Lotso is Black Friday!Woody only pink and fluffy.]]
Compare the scene in the Black Friday reel after Woody throws Buzz out of the window to the way Lotso behaves when confronted at the garbage shoot. When the other toys attempt to call Woody on his behaviour he shows utter contempt for all of them and is outright sadistic towards his enforcer, Slinky. Pixar rewrote him after realising that he was a complete jerk and wouldn't work as a hero. Maybe they reworked that version of him as a villain.

[[WMG: All Lots-o-Huggin' Bears meet tragic/unfortunate ends.]]
In much of the same way that Buzz Lightyear toys were made with built-in personalities and back stories, Lots-o-Huggin' Bears were crafted with the sole purpose of being their owner's best friend, no matter what. Unfortunately, this leads them to be extremely codependent. Lotso's unexpected separation from Diasy despite his pre-programmed need for human friendship lead to him becoming the psychological mess that he was. The Lotso Daisy replaced her original with also eventually went insane once she outgrew him and he killed himself.



[[WMG: In between [=TS2=] and [=TS3=] (spoilers), Bo was...]]
...Given to [[WesternAnimation/{{Up}} Carl and Elle]] for use in their baby's new room. The only evidence that I have of this is that Andy and the Frederickson's are somehow connected (there's a easter egg postcard in Andy's room from them). After [[spoiler:the miscarriage]], Bo was given away by because the Frederickson's didn't want [[spoiler: any reminders of what they had lost]]. Somehow Bo will find her way back to the rest of the gang. Really.

[[WMG: Andy ''suspected'' his toys were alive.]]
He didn't know for sure -- he never secretly caught them moving and talking -- but he saw (or just barely missed) and heard enough throughout his life to start thinking weird things happened with his toys whenever he wasn't around -- enough to make him suspicious but not to make it unquestionably clear to him that toys are alive (unlike Sid). He wouldn't tell anyone, of course, or they would think he was crazy, but he did take extra good care of his toys and never threw the most important ones away but kept them safe in his room. By the time he was 17, he consciously convinced himself it was just his childish imagination, but subconsciously, he still wasn't sure. This is why he couldn't throw them away, sell them online with no way of knowing how they would be treated by new owners, or donate them to a daycare center (being a kid more recently than his mom, he ''knows'' how little kids [[strike:destroy]] play with toys!). With Bonnie, Andy (subconsciously) knew the toys would be safe ''and'' happy having someone to play with again. He took the opportunity with Bonnie to say good-bye to them; that's what we all use little kids for, after all -- a cover for doing childish things we secretly still love but have "outgrown." When Woody "waved" good-bye to him at the end, all the old suspicions came back, so, even though he couldn't be sure, he said, "Thanks, guys"... just in case.

[[WMG: [[TheDogWasTheMastermind Daisy's parents]] are behind the events of ''Toy Story 3!'']]
[[spoiler: They want to destroy all of the toys in the world and they know the toys are alive! They deliberately 'forgot' to put Lotso, Big Baby and Chuckles in the car when Daisy fell asleep, and replaced Lotso so that he would think Daisy didn't want him. Cue Lotso taking over Sunnyside Daycare. Woody and company may have foiled Lotso's EvilPlan and made the Daycare a better place, but [[KarmaHoudini Daisy's parents have yet to be stopped]].]].
* You know what? That would make a [[CrackFic very interesting fanfic]]...

[[WMG: Daisy grows up to become a Yellow Power Ranger]]
The ''PowerRangers'' are known for wearing the colour that corresponds to their suits when they are not out saving the world in very ColorCharacter fashion. In the [[spoiler:flashback that reveals Lotso's backstory]], Daisy wears lots of yellow. Ergo, sometime in her future, she becomes one of the Power Rangers.

[[WMG: Andy and [[WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster Rob]] are going to meet at college, and become friends.]]
It's just meant to be...

[[WMG: The garbageman who puts Lotso on his truck is [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Cartman]] all grown up.]]
The frog with Lotso on the truck looks kind of like Cartman's Clyde Frog.

[[WMG: Bonnie is a Miyazaki fan.]]
Why else would she have a Totoro plushie?
* Kids have random toys from shows they don't even know exists all the time, case in point: Woody. OTOH, it's also believable that her mom is the Miyazaki fan, or someone else who is a fan gave her the Totoro plushie.(Bonus points if it was Andy's mom)
** (Different troper) I had a Totoro toy when I was a kid because it was my favorite movie. It's not too far-fetched that Bonnie liked the movie enough for her mom to order a plush off ebay.



[[WMG: Bonnie half knows all the good toys end up in the caterpillar room.]]
Thats why her mom looked for her there.




[[WMG: Bo Peep was sold/given away to Bonnie's family]]
The reason we didn't see her in the movie was either A) She just happened to be in a room that Woody didn't have the chance to visit (possibly the conservatory, or the Billard Room), or B) She happened to be going on a [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome different, completely]] [[HeroOfAnotherStory unrelated adventure]] of her own during the events of Toy Story 3, and didn't get back until sometime after the credits. I can just hear Bonnie now: "Oh, ''there'' you are, Peep! I've been looking all over for...why are you wearing an [[NoodleImplements airport tag from Guatemala]]?"

[[WMG: You know that cool, geeky chick you're always playing online games with late at night, but you've never met in-person or via webcam? [[DaydreamBeliever That's Trixie.]]]]
* I believe this.

[[WMG: Bo Peep was BROKEN. Woody watched the pieces swept up before his eyes and thrown away.]]
Sorry, someone had to say it.
* Jossed. Bo is given away in one piece in the prologue of ''Toy Story 4''.

[[WMG: Woody spoke to Sid again at the end of Toy Story 3 to get the ride back to Andy's house.]]
* This was spoken about above. See there for more info.

[[WMG:[[Film/{{Shooter}} Senator Meachum was reincarnated in the form of Lotso. Alternately, Lotso was possessed by Senator Meachum's ghost sometime after being abandoned by Daisy.]]]]
Not much for this other than the actor connection regarding Ned Beatty, but a WMG is a WMG.
* "Are you out of your mind? Are you out of your damn mind?! '''I am the ruler of Sunnyside!'''"

[[WMG: Dolly likes Chuckles, Actor guy likes one of the LGMs, Hamm likes Buttercup, and Bullseye likes Totoro.]]
I'm basing this on the ending song and saying with the exception of the note and the scenes before it which are all BarbieXKen all the scenes depict a paring. Actually I think the TotoroXBullseye pairing makes the most scence of all of there.

[[WMG: Lotso's backstory is more ironic than it first appears if you look at the origional idea for him]]
Somebody believes they were abandoned and replaced and is taking it out on others. Turns out he was replaced but by people who didn't know how special he was because they likely couldn't find him and wanted to protect there daughter. This reminds me of a series of movies I used to watch... what was it called again?

[[WMG: Ken was abandoned because he was a girls toy.]]
He's not the only male girls toy we see yet he's the only one who seems sensitive about it. Given he might just be the only one people teased about it, (Lotso would kill you and Buttercups friends are nice) but it still appears that toys are not overly cruel to male girls toys. It makes sense that there is something making him sensitive about the issue possibly his male owner being teased for having a girls toy and then abandoning him and because he is sensitive about the issue he is fun to taunt so the other toys do. He can not tell the other toys why he is sensitive about this because if Lotso knew he was defending his relationship with his previous owner he would not live long and if the other toys knew this they could blackmail him.

[[WMG: Jessie was actually supposed to be Woody's new girlfriend]]
The guys at Pixar thought that Jessie should be Woody's new girlfriend so they [[PutOnABus bought a ticket]] for Bo Beep. But after realizing the fans' reactions towards JessieXBuzz, they decided [[AscendedFanon to give them what they wanted.]]

[[WMG: Bo Peep was sold/given away, but eventually broke...]]
...and was thrown away, around the time of the events of Toy Story 3. She was in the same pile of trash that Woody and friends were in. [[TearJerker But the Claw didn't pick her up.]] I felt like crushing your emotions today.

[[WMG: Daisy's parents might have a severe memory loss disorder, which is why they forgot the toys.]]
* Or maybe this is common for adults. About a few years ago, this ad for a medicine that prevents memory loss ran on TV where a woman forgot where she put something (I think it was car keys), and her dog says where she put it in thoughts, ala ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'', but the woman can't understand the dog.

[[WMG: Daisy is really a younger version of Daisy from the Ramona book series.]]

[[WMG: Woody and Bo broke up.]]
Between [=TS2=] and [=TS3=], this is how Bo Peep was given away: Woody and co tried to save her from being sold on another yard sale, but unfortunately, they were too late. To add insult to injury, Bo get upset with Woody and [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech lectures him that he's terribly failed to save her and lost complete trust in him]], thus severing all ties with him. Woody becomes guilty and heartbroken, but it only took a while for the other toys to sooth his feelings and forget about the whole thing, but deep down inside, Woody just can't forget about that moment he lost Bo.
* Confirmed... halfway. Bo was given away, Woody tried to 'save' her, but she told him to come with her instead. Woody chose to stay with Andy and they parted ways.

[[WMG: Eventually, Andy and Bonnie meet again and get married and pass the toys down onto their kid]]
Mostly because I want Woody reunited with Andy.

[[WMG: Daisy died when she tried to retrieve the replacement Lotso.]]
* On another road trip, Daisy dropped her Lotso doll out the window and opened the car door to go retrieve the doll. She was hit by a car and then died.

[[WMG: Andy ends up with his toys back]]
By the time Bonnie leaves to go to collage Andy has a child of his own, so, before she goes, Bonnie gives Andy his toys back as well as some of her own for his child

[[WMG: The garbage worker who picks up Lotso near the end and mentions having one as a kid is a [[UsefulNotes/{{Transgender}} trans man]]. His birth name? Daisy.]]
Yes, I have no proof and it's out-there as hell, but come on, the irony would be AMAZING.

[[WMG: The college Andy leaves to is affiliated with the Marine Life Institute from WesternAnimation/FindingDory]]
We don't know what he's studying; it might be marine biology.

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\n[[WMG: Bo Peep was sold/given away to Bonnie's family]]\nThe reason we didn't see her in the movie was either A) She just happened to be in a room that Woody didn't have the chance to visit (possibly the conservatory, or the Billard Room), or B) She happened to be going on a [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome different, completely]] [[HeroOfAnotherStory unrelated adventure]] of her own during the events of Toy Story 3, and didn't get back until sometime after the credits. I can just hear Bonnie now: "Oh, ''there'' you are, Peep! I've been looking all over for...why are you wearing an [[NoodleImplements airport tag from Guatemala]]?"\n\n[[WMG: You know that cool, geeky chick you're always playing online games with late at night, but you've never met in-person or via webcam? [[DaydreamBeliever That's Trixie.]]]]\n* I believe this.\n\n[[WMG: Bo Peep was BROKEN. Woody watched the pieces swept up before his eyes and thrown away.]]\nSorry, someone had to say it.\n* Jossed. Bo is given away in one piece in the prologue of ''Toy Story 4''.\n\n[[WMG: Woody spoke to Sid again at the end of Toy Story 3 to get the ride back to Andy's house.]]\n* This was spoken about above. See there for more info.\n\n[[WMG:[[Film/{{Shooter}} Senator Meachum was reincarnated in the form of Lotso. Alternately, Lotso was possessed by Senator Meachum's ghost sometime after being abandoned by Daisy.]]]]\nNot much for this other than the actor connection regarding Ned Beatty, but a WMG is a WMG.\n* "Are you out of your mind? Are you out of your damn mind?! '''I am the ruler of Sunnyside!'''"\n\n[[WMG: Dolly likes Chuckles, Actor guy likes one of the LGMs, Hamm likes Buttercup, and Bullseye likes Totoro.]]\nI'm basing this on the ending song and saying with the exception of the note and the scenes before it which are all BarbieXKen all the scenes depict a paring. Actually I think the TotoroXBullseye pairing makes the most scence of all of there.\n\n[[WMG: Lotso's backstory is more ironic than it first appears if you look at the origional idea for him]]\nSomebody believes they were abandoned and replaced and is taking it out on others. Turns out he was replaced but by people who didn't know how special he was because they likely couldn't find him and wanted to protect there daughter. This reminds me of a series of movies I used to watch... what was it called again?\n\n[[WMG: Ken was abandoned because he was a girls toy.]]\nHe's not the only male girls toy we see yet he's the only one who seems sensitive about it. Given he might just be the only one people teased about it, (Lotso would kill you and Buttercups friends are nice) but it still appears that toys are not overly cruel to male girls toys. It makes sense that there is something making him sensitive about the issue possibly his male owner being teased for having a girls toy and then abandoning him and because he is sensitive about the issue he is fun to taunt so the other toys do. He can not tell the other toys why he is sensitive about this because if Lotso knew he was defending his relationship with his previous owner he would not live long and if the other toys knew this they could blackmail him.\n\n[[WMG: Jessie was actually supposed to be Woody's new girlfriend]]\nThe guys at Pixar thought that Jessie should be Woody's new girlfriend so they [[PutOnABus bought a ticket]] for Bo Beep. But after realizing the fans' reactions towards JessieXBuzz, they decided [[AscendedFanon to give them what they wanted.]]\n\n[[WMG: Bo Peep was sold/given away, but eventually broke...]]\n...and was thrown away, around the time of the events of Toy Story 3. She was in the same pile of trash that Woody and friends were in. [[TearJerker But the Claw didn't pick her up.]] I felt like crushing your emotions today.\n\n[[WMG: Daisy's parents might have a severe memory loss disorder, which is why they forgot the toys.]]\n* Or maybe this is common for adults. About a few years ago, this ad for a medicine that prevents memory loss ran on TV where a woman forgot where she put something (I think it was car keys), and her dog says where she put it in thoughts, ala ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'', but the woman can't understand the dog. \n\n[[WMG: Daisy is really a younger version of Daisy from the Ramona book series.]]\n\n[[WMG: Woody and Bo broke up.]]\nBetween [=TS2=] and [=TS3=], this is how Bo Peep was given away: Woody and co tried to save her from being sold on another yard sale, but unfortunately, they were too late. To add insult to injury, Bo get upset with Woody and [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech lectures him that he's terribly failed to save her and lost complete trust in him]], thus severing all ties with him. Woody becomes guilty and heartbroken, but it only took a while for the other toys to sooth his feelings and forget about the whole thing, but deep down inside, Woody just can't forget about that moment he lost Bo.\n* Confirmed... halfway. Bo was given away, Woody tried to 'save' her, but she told him to come with her instead. Woody chose to stay with Andy and they parted ways.\n\n[[WMG: Eventually, Andy and Bonnie meet again and get married and pass the toys down onto their kid]]\nMostly because I want Woody reunited with Andy.\n\n[[WMG: Daisy died when she tried to retrieve the replacement Lotso.]]\n* On another road trip, Daisy dropped her Lotso doll out the window and opened the car door to go retrieve the doll. She was hit by a car and then died.\n\n[[WMG: Andy ends up with his toys back]]\nBy the time Bonnie leaves to go to collage Andy has a child of his own, so, before she goes, Bonnie gives Andy his toys back as well as some of her own for his child\n\n[[WMG: The garbage worker who picks up Lotso near the end and mentions having one as a kid is a [[UsefulNotes/{{Transgender}} trans man]]. His birth name? Daisy.]]\nYes, I have no proof and it's out-there as hell, but come on, the irony would be AMAZING.\n\n[[WMG: The college Andy leaves to is affiliated with the Marine Life Institute from WesternAnimation/FindingDory]]\nWe don't know what he's studying; it might be marine biology.[[/folder]]



[[WMG: Bonnie will be the subject of many a DarkFic]]
[[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial Not that I want that to be the case...]]







[[WMG: The garbage truck Lotso was tied to at the end will get into a wreck.]]
The other toys tied to the grill and the people inside will be saved, but Lotso will die a painful death when the strawberry-stuffing inside him catches fire.
* So you'd rather Lotso was released from his earthly suffering instead of surviving a [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment fate]] [[AndIMustScream worse]] [[{{Hellfire}} than]] [[FateWorseThanDeath death]] for the rest of his life? Okay. Whatever floats your boat.




[[WMG: The garbageman who takes Lotso at the end of Toy Story 3 is Daisy's son.]]
Daisy passed on her replacement Lots-O'-Huggin' Bear to her son after he was born, which is the bear the garbageman referenced.



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[[WMG: The garbage truck Lotso was tied to at the end will get into a wreck.]]
The other toys tied to the grill and the people inside will be saved, but Lotso will die a painful death when the strawberry-stuffing inside him catches fire.
* So you'd rather Lotso was released from his earthly suffering instead of surviving a [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment fate]] [[AndIMustScream worse]] [[{{Hellfire}} than]] [[FateWorseThanDeath death]] for the rest of his life? Okay. Whatever floats your boat.



[[WMG: The garbageman who takes Lotso at the end of Toy Story 3 is Daisy's son.]]
Daisy passed on her replacement Lots-O'-Huggin' Bear to her son after he was born, which is the bear the garbageman referenced.




[[WMG: Bonnie will be the subject of many a DarkFic]]
[[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial Not that I want that to be the case...]]

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'''ALL SPOILERS WILL BE UNMARKED! [[Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!]]'''

[[WMG:Lotso realized he was a toy when he saw that he had been replaced.]]
Similar to Buzz in the first movie, he thought he was the "real" Lots-O-Huggin' Bear until he saw another Lotso at Daisy's house. Hence why he refused to change his ways even after being reminded of Daisy.

[[WMG: Bonny and Andy will turn out LGBT]]

Recall all the religious symbolism in the third movie? Once the toys [[spoiler: end up in Sunnyside Daycare]], much angst and suicidal tendencies will enssue among our protagonists, as their deities betray their expectations.
* Why would they care what Bonnie or Andy's sexual orientations are? Religious symbolism doesn't equal religious fundamentalism.

[[WMG: Bonnie grew up to be [[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Bonnie]].]]
Same hair, skin and eye color. Similar voice. They even share many similarities in their body structures.

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[[WMG:Lotso
[[folder:Development]]
[[WMG: Buzz thinking he was real had something to do with the scraped plot from the 3rd movie]]
It would explain a lot, like why no other toy seemed to relate to his delusions.
* But humans have never seen a toy alive (except Sid... who probably wouldn't be believed by others anyway). So how would the humans recall the Buzz Lightyears if they had no idea they acted delusional?
* Notice that its only the Buzz Lightyear of Star Command line of toys that are like this (Buzz, Zurg, the LGMs). So it would make sense that it was a problem that the manufacturers did (indirectly, of course). Let's say, for instance, this was all caused by lead poisoning hazards: The toys would OF COURSE be recalled by the manufactures (it doesn't matter if the lead poisoning is what's causing the delusions in the toys as a side effect). Basically the WMG is that 'the delusions' are linked to the recalling...
* Buzz, Zurg, and the [[LittleGreenMen LGMs]] are some of the only toys we see fresh out of the box. The other toys that are based after TV Shows or movies might have
realized they were toys a long time ago. As for Woody, he was didn't play with other people from his show in a toy when he saw very long time, so it is likely that he had been replaced.forgot all about it.

[[WMG: The storyboard artists at Pixar didn't have much faith in ''Toy Story 3''.
]]
Similar to Buzz in At the beginning of the movie, the title shown at first just says "Toy Story" with the traditional logo used for the first movie, he film, [[CaptainObvious symbolizing the franchise as a whole]]. Then, a branding iron enters the frame and brands the "3" on below it, causing the logo and everything around it to burn down. Even if I don't necessarily believe this, it could symbolize the brutal hands of ExecutiveMeddling coming in with a hot staff to cruelly brand a new movie into a franchise that the makers didn't feel needed it. Don't get me wrong, I LOVED ''Toy Story 3''. I just thought he was of a new, interesting way to look at the "real" Lots-O-Huggin' Bear until he saw another Lotso at Daisy's house. Hence why he refused to change his ways even after being reminded of Daisy.

otherwise forgettable scene. It'd also be a brilliant, subtle "screw you" for whatever filmmakers need one in the future.

[[WMG: Bonny and Andy will turn out LGBT]]

Recall all the religious symbolism in the third movie? Once the toys [[spoiler: end up in Sunnyside Daycare]], much angst and suicidal tendencies will enssue among our protagonists, as their deities betray their expectations.
* Why would they care what Bonnie or Andy's sexual orientations are? Religious symbolism doesn't equal religious fundamentalism.

[[WMG: Bonnie grew up
In RealLife, PIXAR donated real Toy Story characters to be [[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Bonnie]].local daycare centers for inspiration.]]
Same hair, skin and eye color. Similar voice. They even share many similarities in This might actually make sense. PIXAR is known for doing amazing outside research when making their body structures.
films. The employees donated the Toy Story toys to daycare centers and then videotaped how the children actually played with the toys.

[[WMG:Creator/{{Pixar}} collected all the tears shed during ''WesternAnimation/WallE'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}''...]]
...And used them to fuel their computers to make ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''. All the sorrow and sadness everyone felt was then channeled into said movie, making it the TearJerker fest that it was.

[[WMG: Spanish Mode Buzz was present in the Circle Seven script, but as a different character]]
It's been confirmed that while in the Taiwan factory Buzz would meet recalled Buzz's "from all over the world", ech of which would be "in different states of insanity".
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[[folder:Meaning of Toy Story 3]]




[[WMG: Buzz thinking he was real had something to do with the scraped plot from the 3rd movie]]
It would explain a lot, like why no other toy seemed to relate to his delusions.
* But humans have never seen a toy alive (except Sid... who probably wouldn't be believed by others anyway). So how would the humans recall the Buzz Lightyears if they had no idea they acted delusional?
* Notice that its only the Buzz Lightyear of Star Command line of toys that are like this (Buzz, Zurg, the LGMs). So it would make sense that it was a problem that the manufacturers did (indirectly, of course). Let's say, for instance, this was all caused by lead poisoning hazards: The toys would OF COURSE be recalled by the manufactures (it doesn't matter if the lead poisoning is what's causing the delusions in the toys as a side effect). Basically the WMG is that 'the delusions' are linked to the recalling...
* Buzz, Zurg, and the [[LittleGreenMen LGMs]] are some of the only toys we see fresh out of the box. The other toys that are based after TV Shows or movies might have realized they were toys a long time ago. As for Woody, he didn't play with other people from his show in a very long time, so it is likely that he forgot all about it.

[[WMG: The storyboard artists at Pixar didn't have much faith in ''Toy Story 3''.]]
At the beginning of the movie, the title shown at first just says "Toy Story" with the traditional logo used for the first film, [[CaptainObvious symbolizing the franchise as a whole]]. Then, a branding iron enters the frame and brands the "3" on below it, causing the logo and everything around it to burn down. Even if I don't necessarily believe this, it could symbolize the brutal hands of ExecutiveMeddling coming in with a hot staff to cruelly brand a new movie into a franchise that the makers didn't feel needed it. Don't get me wrong, I LOVED ''Toy Story 3''. I just thought of a new, interesting way to look at the otherwise forgettable scene. It'd also be a brilliant, subtle "screw you" for whatever filmmakers need one in the future.

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[[folder:Andy]]
[[WMG: Buzz thinking he Andy studies Artificial Intelligence in college]]
When this troper
was real had something watching Toy Story 3 today, he believed he saw the letters 'A I' on the spine of a book inside the box that woody was packed in at the beggining of the film. The theory is that Andy studies artificial intelligence, and eventually starts up a company that specializes in creating artificial intelligence in robots. Thus leading to do a revolution in technology, and creating a new type of 'super-toys', which is related back to his love of playing with Woody and the gang. Thus through countless inventions and events over the years, he marries a woman with the scraped plot from the 3rd movie]]
It would explain
last name of Hobby and takes her name, and invents a lot, like why no other toy seemed to relate to his delusions.
* But humans have never seen a toy alive (except Sid... who probably wouldn't be believed by others anyway). So how would the humans recall the Buzz Lightyears if they had no idea they acted delusional?
* Notice
robot that its only is capable of true love. Thus creating the Buzz Lightyear events of Star Command line of toys that are like this (Buzz, Zurg, Film/AIArtificialIntelligence.
* Or ''Film/SmallSoldiers''.
* Nah, Andy goes on to be
the LGMs). So it would make sense that it was a problem that the manufacturers did (indirectly, of course). Let's say, for instance, this was all caused by lead poisoning hazards: The toys would OF COURSE be recalled by the manufactures (it doesn't matter if the lead poisoning is what's causing the delusions in the toys as a side effect). Basically the WMG is that 'the delusions' are linked to the recalling...
* Buzz, Zurg, and the [[LittleGreenMen LGMs]] are some
chief designer of the only toys we see fresh out of the box. The other toys that are based after TV Shows or movies might have realized they were toys a long time ago. As for Woody, he didn't play with other people from his show in a very long time, so it is likely that he forgot all about it.

[[WesternAnimation/WallE Waste Allocater Load-Lifter, Earth-class]]

[[WMG: The storyboard artists at Pixar didn't have much faith in ''Toy Story 3''.Andy will become a Day Care or Kindergarten teacher after College.]]
At the beginning [[spoiler: The end of the movie, the title shown at first just says "Toy Story" 3, when he's playing with the traditional logo used for the first film, [[CaptainObvious symbolizing the franchise as a whole]]. Then, a branding iron enters the frame and brands the "3" on below it, causing the logo and everything around it to burn down. Even if I don't necessarily believe this, it could symbolize the brutal hands of ExecutiveMeddling coming in Bonnie, shows that [[FriendToAllChildren he's great with a hot staff to cruelly brand a new movie into a franchise that the makers didn't feel needed it. Don't get me wrong, I LOVED ''Toy Story 3''. I just thought of a new, interesting way to look at the otherwise forgettable scene. It'd also be a brilliant, subtle "screw you" for whatever filmmakers need one little kids]].]]

[[WMG: Andy gets Woody back
in the future.
future]]
A couple years after [=TS3=], Molly becomes Bonnie's babysitter. She tells Bonnie all about the fun her brother used to have with Woody and Buzz et. al, and they bond over the toys. Then Bonnie gets too big to have a babysitter anymore, but she and Molly keep in touch. Then, when Bonnie is ready to go away to college, Molly tells her that Andy and his wife have a child, and Bonnie decides to give the toys back. It turns out that Andy married Emily's daughter. One day when Emily is over visiting, Andy's wife mentions the box of hand-me-down toys and Emily is reunited with Jesse.
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[[folder:Bonnie]]
[[WMG: Bonny and Andy will turn out LGBT]]

Recall all the religious symbolism in the third movie? Once the toys end up in Sunnyside Daycare, much angst and suicidal tendencies will enssue among our protagonists, as their deities betray their expectations.
* Why would they care what Bonnie or Andy's sexual orientations are? Religious symbolism doesn't equal religious fundamentalism.
* Doubtful the toys will care about Andy anymore, at any rate.

[[WMG: Bonnie grew up to be [[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Bonnie]].]]
Same hair, skin and eye color. Similar voice. They even share many similarities in their body structures.



[[WMG: In RealLife, PIXAR donated real Toy Story characters to local daycare centers for inspiration.]]
This might actually make sense. PIXAR is known for doing amazing outside research when making their films. The employees donated the Toy Story toys to daycare centers and then videotaped how the children actually played with the toys.

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[[WMG: In RealLife, PIXAR donated real Toy Story Bonnie will become a Woody/Jessie shipper]]
There are enough of them among the fans, who actually ''know'' about Bo-Peep and the Buzz/Jessie romance. All that kid is going to know is that she's got a cowboy and a cowgirl who look like they were made for each other. That's probably going to cause some trouble.
* Most {{fan fic}}s I've read dealing with this ''do'' have her notice how alike her new cowboy and cowgirl are... and thus consider them [[LikeBrotherAndSister brother and sister]] in her mind.
** While that does seem in character for her she could also go the Woody/Jessie ShipperOnDeck way. A lot of kids have ship
characters to local daycare centers for inspiration.like that and have cowboy - cowgirl fantasies. It however seems slightly more possible, at her current age though, that she will make them have a LikeBrotherAndSister relationship. But if she did become a shipper, how would the affect the two?
*** And if you take an above theory on toys being subconsciously effected by the roles their owners put them in into account... oh boy.
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[[folder:Daisy]]
[[WMG:Emily is Daisy's mom (If she's not Andy's mom).
]]
Emily was a kid in the 50s, 60s, or 70s (?)<!-- Feel free to change this --> when "Woody's Roundup" was popular. Daisy was a little girl in the 80s, when Lots-o'-Huggin' bears were popular. Emily, Daisy's mom, and Daisy all seem to have similar hair, just like Ms. Davis had hair like Emily.

[[WMG:Alternatively, Lotso's past took place many years ago, and Daisy is Bonnie's mom.]]
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[[folder:Ken]]
[[WMG: Ken and Barbie in [=TS3=] are a StealthParody of LoveAtFirstSight couples.]]
I mean, just * look* at them.
* I would say they're not even so much a ''Stealth'' Parody as a parody.
This might actually make sense. PIXAR is known particularly satisfying because, [[Creator/{{Disney}} who do we know who has a reputation for doing amazing outside research when making their films. The employees donated using Love At First Sight]]?
** Barbie and Ken are parodies of ''[[SelfParody themselves]]'' throughout
the Toy Story toys to daycare centers and then videotaped how entire movie, this is just part of the children actually played with whole shebang.
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the toys.
dump]]




[[WMG: Ken and Barbie in [=TS3=] are a StealthParody of LoveAtFirstSight couples.]]
I mean, just * look* at them.
* I would say they're not even so much a ''Stealth'' Parody as a parody. This is particularly satisfying because, [[Creator/{{Disney}} who do we know who has a reputation for using Love At First Sight]]?
** Barbie and Ken are parodies of ''[[SelfParody themselves]]'' throughout the entire movie, this is just part of the whole shebang.

[[WMG:Emily is Daisy's mom (If she's not Andy's mom).]]
Emily was a kid in the 50s, 60s, or 70s (?)<!-- Feel free to change this --> when "Woody's Roundup" was popular. Daisy was a little girl in the 80s, when Lots-o'-Huggin' bears were popular. Emily, Daisy's mom, and Daisy all seem to have similar hair, just like Ms. Davis had hair like Emily.

[[WMG:Alternatively, Lotso's past took place many years ago, and Daisy is Bonnie's mom.]]

[[WMG: Andy will become a Day Care or Kindergarten teacher after College.]]
[[spoiler: The end of 3, when he's playing with Bonnie, shows that [[FriendToAllChildren he's great with little kids]].]]

[[WMG: Woody has no fear of being stored in the attic for a long time -- perhaps until Andy has his children -- because he's done it before.]]
He belonged to Andy's father ("an old family toy"), his owner stored him the attic when he grew up, and passed him down to his son years later. All the other toys, save Jessie, never belonged to anyone else except Andy, which is why it takes Woody awhile to sell them on the idea of this being a Best Case Scenario.

[[WMG: Bonnie eventually gets a [[WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand Mira Nova]] action figure and Woody will hook up with it.]]
Buzz hooked up with the girl toy from Woody's show, it only makes sense that Woody hooks up with the girl toy with Buzz's show.
** Nonononono. It will turn out that Bo Peep's lamp was sold to Bonnie's mom, and she was placed at a part of her house that Woody didn't visit before.
** Or perhaps he hooks up with Dolly... Nah, the above comment makes the most [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments CMOH]] sense.
** The Mira Nova theory makes lots of sense. Cracky, but makes sense. This troper would love it if it happened canonically, since it would be like a PairTheSpares situation. I admit that I think Woody/Mira would be kinda cute.
** Well, Buzz fell for Jessie because she was an ActionGirl(He expresses certain interest first, and is completely taken when Jessie pulls a stunt) while Woody's ideal girl was a more "traditional" girl. A [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl Girly girl]] CloserToEarth, if Mira Nova enters the picture, it's more probable a LoveTriangle between Buzz, Jessie and Mira would happen. Plus, if we get Bo Peep back, we'll get a much deserved [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments CMOH]], plus, we will be able to see how Jessie and her interact.
** Jossed. [[spoiler: The plot for ''Toy Story 4'' involves a love story between Woody and Bo Peep.]]

[[WMG:Creator/{{Pixar}} collected all the tears shed during ''WesternAnimation/WallE'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}''...]]
...And used them to fuel their computers to make ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''. All the sorrow and sadness everyone felt was then channeled into said movie, making it the TearJerker fest that it was.

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\n[[WMG: Ken and Barbie in [=TS3=] are [[/folder]]

[[folder:Lotso]]
[[WMG:Lotso realized he was
a StealthParody of LoveAtFirstSight couples.toy when he saw that he had been replaced.]]
I mean, just * look* at them.
* I would say they're not even so much a ''Stealth'' Parody as a parody. This is particularly satisfying because, [[Creator/{{Disney}} who do we know who has a reputation for using Love At First Sight]]?
** Barbie and Ken are parodies of ''[[SelfParody themselves]]'' throughout
Similar to Buzz in the entire first movie, this is just part of he thought he was the whole shebang.

[[WMG:Emily is
"real" Lots-O-Huggin' Bear until he saw another Lotso at Daisy's mom (If she's not Andy's mom).]]
Emily was a kid in the 50s, 60s, or 70s (?)<!-- Feel free
house. Hence why he refused to change this --> when "Woody's Roundup" was popular. Daisy was a little girl in the 80s, when Lots-o'-Huggin' bears were popular. Emily, Daisy's mom, and Daisy all seem to have similar hair, just like Ms. Davis had hair like Emily.

[[WMG:Alternatively, Lotso's past took place many years ago, and Daisy is Bonnie's mom.]]

[[WMG: Andy will become a Day Care or Kindergarten teacher
his ways even after College.]]
[[spoiler: The end of 3, when he's playing with Bonnie, shows that [[FriendToAllChildren he's great with little kids]].]]

[[WMG: Woody has no fear of
being stored in the attic for a long time -- perhaps until Andy has his children -- because he's done it before.]]
He belonged to Andy's father ("an old family toy"), his owner stored him the attic when he grew up, and passed him down to his son years later. All the other toys, save Jessie, never belonged to anyone else except Andy, which is why it takes Woody awhile to sell them on the idea
reminded of this being a Best Case Scenario.

[[WMG: Bonnie eventually gets a [[WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand Mira Nova]] action figure and Woody will hook up with it.]]
Buzz hooked up with the girl toy from Woody's show, it only makes sense that Woody hooks up with the girl toy with Buzz's show.
** Nonononono. It will turn out that Bo Peep's lamp was sold to Bonnie's mom, and she was placed at a part of her house that Woody didn't visit before.
** Or perhaps he hooks up with Dolly... Nah, the above comment makes the most [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments CMOH]] sense.
** The Mira Nova theory makes lots of sense. Cracky, but makes sense. This troper would love it if it happened canonically, since it would be like a PairTheSpares situation. I admit that I think Woody/Mira would be kinda cute.
** Well, Buzz fell for Jessie because she was an ActionGirl(He expresses certain interest first, and is completely taken when Jessie pulls a stunt) while Woody's ideal girl was a more "traditional" girl. A [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl Girly girl]] CloserToEarth, if Mira Nova enters the picture, it's more probable a LoveTriangle between Buzz, Jessie and Mira would happen. Plus, if we get Bo Peep back, we'll get a much deserved [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments CMOH]], plus, we will be able to see how Jessie and her interact.
** Jossed. [[spoiler: The plot for ''Toy Story 4'' involves a love story between Woody and Bo Peep.]]

[[WMG:Creator/{{Pixar}} collected all the tears shed during ''WesternAnimation/WallE'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}''...]]
...And used them to fuel their computers to make ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''. All the sorrow and sadness everyone felt was then channeled into said movie, making it the TearJerker fest that it was.
Daisy.



[[WMG: Unless Woody reunites with Bo Peep somehow, he and Dolly will become more than friends.]]
* Woody is romantically lonely because Bo Peep isn't in his life anymore. Dolly doesn't seem to have any romantic relations with Bonnie's other toys - in fact, from what we see, she seems to be the leader/TeamMom of the group, much like Woody is with Andy's other toys. And they're both dolls.
** [[PortmanteauCoupleName WooDolly]]!
*** Unfortunately, wouldn't that mean HotSkittyOnWailordAction? {{Squick}}.
*** ...[[FridgeLogic let's not get into that]].

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[[WMG: Unless Woody reunites with Bo Peep somehow, he and Dolly will become more than friends.]]
* Woody is romantically lonely because Bo Peep isn't in his life anymore. Dolly doesn't seem to
Lotso's memories could have any romantic relations with Bonnie's other toys - been reset]]
When Lotso has Buzz reset
in fact, Toy Story 3, Buzz reverts back to the mentality he was in when he was first brought out of his box years ago. That got me to wondering... the Lotso toy from what we see, she seems the new Toy Story collection line is apparently supposed to be the leader/TeamMom of the group, much exactly like Woody is with Andy's other toys. And they're both dolls.
the Lotso in the movie. That means he must also have a reset button inside of him. One way he could have been defeated in the movie was having his reset button pressed, reverting him back to the nice toy he used to be before Daisy owned him.
* Do bears... do bears even have reset buttons?
** [[PortmanteauCoupleName WooDolly]]!
*** Unfortunately, wouldn't
The real life toy's back can be opened up and inside there's a battery powered voicebox that mean HotSkittyOnWailordAction? {{Squick}}.
*** ...[[FridgeLogic let's
can be turned on/off.
** I don't think the in-universe Lotso talked though, or had any electronic components, so
not get into that]].
likely a reset button.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Second garbageman]]




[[WMG: Andy studies Artificial Intelligence in college]]
When this troper was watching Toy Story 3 today, he believed he saw the letters 'A I' on the spine of a book inside the box that woody was packed in at the beggining of the film. The theory is that Andy studies artificial intelligence, and eventually starts up a company that specializes in creating artificial intelligence in robots. Thus leading to a revolution in technology, and creating a new type of 'super-toys', which is related back to his love of playing with Woody and the gang. Thus through countless inventions and events over the years, he marries a woman with the last name of Hobby and takes her name, and invents a robot that is capable of true love. Thus creating the events of Film/AIArtificialIntelligence.
* Or ''Film/SmallSoldiers''.
* Nah, Andy goes on to be the chief designer of the [[WesternAnimation/WallE Waste Allocater Load-Lifter, Earth-class]]

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\n[[/folder]]

[[folder:Woody]]
[[WMG: Andy studies Artificial Intelligence in college]]
When this troper was watching Toy Story 3 today, he believed he saw the letters 'A I' on the spine of a book inside the box that woody was packed in at the beggining of the film. The theory is that Andy studies artificial intelligence, and
Bonnie eventually starts gets a [[WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand Mira Nova]] action figure and Woody will hook up a company with it.]]
Buzz hooked up with the girl toy from Woody's show, it only makes sense
that specializes in creating artificial intelligence in robots. Thus leading Woody hooks up with the girl toy with Buzz's show.
** Nonononono. It will turn out that Bo Peep's lamp was sold
to a revolution in technology, Bonnie's mom, and creating she was placed at a new type part of 'super-toys', which is related back to his her house that Woody didn't visit before.
** Or perhaps he hooks up with Dolly... Nah, the above comment makes the most [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments CMOH]] sense.
** The Mira Nova theory makes lots of sense. Cracky, but makes sense. This troper would
love of playing with it if it happened canonically, since it would be like a PairTheSpares situation. I admit that I think Woody/Mira would be kinda cute.
** Well, Buzz fell for Jessie because she was an ActionGirl(He expresses certain interest first, and is completely taken when Jessie pulls a stunt) while Woody's ideal girl was a more "traditional" girl. A [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl Girly girl]] CloserToEarth, if Mira Nova enters the picture, it's more probable a LoveTriangle between Buzz, Jessie and Mira would happen. Plus, if we get Bo Peep back, we'll get a much deserved [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments CMOH]], plus, we will be able to see how Jessie and her interact.
** Jossed. [[spoiler: The plot for ''Toy Story 4'' involves a love story between
Woody and the gang. Thus through countless inventions and events over the years, he marries a woman Bo Peep.]]

[[WMG: Unless Woody reunites
with the last name of Hobby Bo Peep somehow, he and takes her name, and invents a robot that Dolly will become more than friends.]]
* Woody
is capable of true love. Thus creating the events of Film/AIArtificialIntelligence.
* Or ''Film/SmallSoldiers''.
* Nah, Andy goes on
romantically lonely because Bo Peep isn't in his life anymore. Dolly doesn't seem to have any romantic relations with Bonnie's other toys - in fact, from what we see, she seems to be the chief designer leader/TeamMom of the [[WesternAnimation/WallE Waste Allocater Load-Lifter, Earth-class]]
group, much like Woody is with Andy's other toys. And they're both dolls.
** [[PortmanteauCoupleName WooDolly]]!
*** Unfortunately, wouldn't that mean HotSkittyOnWailordAction? {{Squick}}.
*** ...[[FridgeLogic let's not get into that]].

[[WMG: Woody has no fear of being stored in the attic for a long time -- perhaps until Andy has his children -- because he's done it before.]]
He belonged to Andy's father ("an old family toy"), his owner stored him the attic when he grew up, and passed him down to his son years later. All the other toys, save Jessie, never belonged to anyone else except Andy, which is why it takes Woody awhile to sell them on the idea of this being a Best Case Scenario.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Other]]




[[WMG: Lotso's memories could have been reset]]
When Lotso has Buzz reset in Toy Story 3, Buzz reverts back to the mentality he was in when he was first brought out of his box years ago. That got me to wondering... the Lotso toy from the new Toy Story collection line is apparently supposed to be exactly like the Lotso in the movie. That means he must also have a reset button inside of him. One way he could have been defeated in the movie was having his reset button pressed, reverting him back to the nice toy he used to be before Daisy owned him.
* Do bears... do bears even have reset buttons?
** The real life toy's back can be opened up and inside there's a battery powered voicebox that can be turned on/off.
** I don't think the in-universe Lotso talked though, or had any electronic components, so not likely a reset button.

[[WMG: Andy gets Woody back in the future]]
A couple years after [=TS3=], Molly becomes Bonnie's babysitter. She tells Bonnie all about the fun her brother used to have with Woody and Buzz et. al, and they bond over the toys. Then Bonnie gets too big to have a babysitter anymore, but she and Molly keep in touch. Then, when Bonnie is ready to go away to college, Molly tells her that Andy and his wife have a child, and Bonnie decides to give the toys back. It turns out that Andy married Emily's daughter. One day when Emily is over visiting, Andy's wife mentions the box of hand-me-down toys and Emily is reunited with Jesse.

[[WMG: Bonnie will become a Woody/Jessie shipper]]
There are enough of them among the fans, who actually ''know'' about Bo-Peep and the Buzz/Jessie romance. All that kid is going to know is that she's got a cowboy and a cowgirl who look like they were made for each other. That's probably going to cause some trouble.
* Most {{fan fic}}s I've read dealing with this ''do'' have her notice how alike her new cowboy and cowgirl are... and thus consider them [[LikeBrotherAndSister brother and sister]] in her mind.
** While that does seem in character for her she could also go the Woody/Jessie ShipperOnDeck way. A lot of kids have ship characters like that and have cowboy - cowgirl fantasies. It however seems slightly more possible, at her current age though, that she will make them have a LikeBrotherAndSister relationship. But if she did become a shipper, how would the affect the two?
*** And if you take an above theory on toys being subconsciously effected by the roles their owners put them in into account... oh boy.

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\n[[WMG: Lotso's memories could have been reset]]\nWhen Lotso has Buzz reset in Toy Story 3, Buzz reverts back to the mentality he was in when he was first brought out of his box years ago. That got me to wondering... the Lotso toy from the new Toy Story collection line is apparently supposed to be exactly like the Lotso in the movie. That means he must also have a reset button inside of him. One way he could have been defeated in the movie was having his reset button pressed, reverting him back to the nice toy he used to be before Daisy owned him.\n* Do bears... do bears even have reset buttons?\n** The real life toy's back can be opened up and inside there's a battery powered voicebox that can be turned on/off.\n** I don't think the in-universe Lotso talked though, or had any electronic components, so not likely a reset button.\n\n[[WMG: Andy gets Woody back in the future]]\nA couple years after [=TS3=], Molly becomes Bonnie's babysitter. She tells Bonnie all about the fun her brother used to have with Woody and Buzz et. al, and they bond over the toys. Then Bonnie gets too big to have a babysitter anymore, but she and Molly keep in touch. Then, when Bonnie is ready to go away to college, Molly tells her that Andy and his wife have a child, and Bonnie decides to give the toys back. It turns out that Andy married Emily's daughter. One day when Emily is over visiting, Andy's wife mentions the box of hand-me-down toys and Emily is reunited with Jesse.\n\n[[WMG: Bonnie will become a Woody/Jessie shipper]]\nThere are enough of them among the fans, who actually ''know'' about Bo-Peep and the Buzz/Jessie romance. All that kid is going to know is that she's got a cowboy and a cowgirl who look like they were made for each other. That's probably going to cause some trouble.\n* Most {{fan fic}}s I've read dealing with this ''do'' have her notice how alike her new cowboy and cowgirl are... and thus consider them [[LikeBrotherAndSister brother and sister]] in her mind.\n** While that does seem in character for her she could also go the Woody/Jessie ShipperOnDeck way. A lot of kids have ship characters like that and have cowboy - cowgirl fantasies. It however seems slightly more possible, at her current age though, that she will make them have a LikeBrotherAndSister relationship. But if she did become a shipper, how would the affect the two?\n*** And if you take an above theory on toys being subconsciously effected by the roles their owners put them in into account... oh boy.\n[[/folder]]


The guys at Pixar thought that Jessie should be Woody's new girlfriend so they [[PutOnABus bought a ticket]] for Bo Beep. But after realizing the fans' reactions towards JessieXBuzz, they decided [[AscendedFanon to give them what they wanted.]]

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The guys at Pixar thought that Jessie should be Woody's new girlfriend so they [[PutOnABus bought a ticket]] for Bo Beep. But after realizing the fans' reactions towards JessieXBuzz, they decided [[AscendedFanon to give them what they wanted.]]]]

[[WMG: Bo Peep was sold/given away, but eventually broke...]]
...and was thrown away, around the time of the events of Toy Story 3. She was in the same pile of trash that Woody and friends were in. [[TearJerker But the Claw didn't pick her up.]] I felt like crushing your emotions today.

[[WMG: Daisy's parents might have a severe memory loss disorder, which is why they forgot the toys.]]
* Or maybe this is common for adults. About a few years ago, this ad for a medicine that prevents memory loss ran on TV where a woman forgot where she put something (I think it was car keys), and her dog says where she put it in thoughts, ala ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'', but the woman can't understand the dog.

[[WMG: Daisy is really a younger version of Daisy from the Ramona book series.]]

[[WMG: Woody and Bo broke up.]]
Between [=TS2=] and [=TS3=], this is how Bo Peep was given away: Woody and co tried to save her from being sold on another yard sale, but unfortunately, they were too late. To add insult to injury, Bo get upset with Woody and [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech lectures him that he's terribly failed to save her and lost complete trust in him]], thus severing all ties with him. Woody becomes guilty and heartbroken, but it only took a while for the other toys to sooth his feelings and forget about the whole thing, but deep down inside, Woody just can't forget about that moment he lost Bo.
* Confirmed... halfway. Bo was given away, Woody tried to 'save' her, but she told him to come with her instead. Woody chose to stay with Andy and they parted ways.

[[WMG: Eventually, Andy and Bonnie meet again and get married and pass the toys down onto their kid]]
Mostly because I want Woody reunited with Andy.

[[WMG: Daisy died when she tried to retrieve the replacement Lotso.]]
* On another road trip, Daisy dropped her Lotso doll out the window and opened the car door to go retrieve the doll. She was hit by a car and then died.

[[WMG: Andy ends up with his toys back]]
By the time Bonnie leaves to go to collage Andy has a child of his own, so, before she goes, Bonnie gives Andy his toys back as well as some of her own for his child

[[WMG: The garbage worker who picks up Lotso near the end and mentions having one as a kid is a [[UsefulNotes/{{Transgender}} trans man]]. His birth name? Daisy.]]
Yes, I have no proof and it's out-there as hell, but come on, the irony would be AMAZING.

[[WMG: The college Andy leaves to is affiliated with the Marine Life Institute from WesternAnimation/FindingDory]]
We don't know what he's studying; it might be marine biology.


** (Different troper) I had a Totoro toy when I was a kid because it was my favorite movie. It's not too far-fetched that Bonnie liked the movie enough for her mom to order a plush off ebay.

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** (Different troper) I had a Totoro toy when I was a kid because it was my favorite movie. It's not too far-fetched that Bonnie liked the movie enough for her mom to order a plush off ebay.ebay.

[[WMG: My heart belongs to Daisy literarly means Daisy owns my heart.]]
Having the locket destroyed was painful but ultimateltely gave Big Baby ownership of his own heart allowing him to move on, find a new family, and actually have his heart heal. Daisy was what connected Lotso and Big Baby and with that connection destroyed Big Baby was able to hear Lotso's words for what they really were a bunch of trash.

[[WMG: Unlike the other toys Buzz believed Woody about the attik it was besides the point for him.]]
He is calm after they escape and doesn't think it makes sence. He is not angry at Andy, or Woody. I believe Buzz just doesn't think the other toys will want to wait in the attic for Andy have kids of his own collecting dust. His main problem with leaving was abandoning Woody from the start. Since he sees the toys will indeed be happy at day care he chooses day care.

[[WMG: Bonnie half knows all the good toys end up in the caterpillar room.]]
Thats why her mom looked for her there.

[[WMG: Most of the toys who left Sunnyside were rescued and fixed by Sids toys.]]

[[WMG: Bo Peep was sold/given away to Bonnie's family]]
The reason we didn't see her in the movie was either A) She just happened to be in a room that Woody didn't have the chance to visit (possibly the conservatory, or the Billard Room), or B) She happened to be going on a [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome different, completely]] [[HeroOfAnotherStory unrelated adventure]] of her own during the events of Toy Story 3, and didn't get back until sometime after the credits. I can just hear Bonnie now: "Oh, ''there'' you are, Peep! I've been looking all over for...why are you wearing an [[NoodleImplements airport tag from Guatemala]]?"

[[WMG: You know that cool, geeky chick you're always playing online games with late at night, but you've never met in-person or via webcam? [[DaydreamBeliever That's Trixie.]]]]
* I believe this.

[[WMG: Bo Peep was BROKEN. Woody watched the pieces swept up before his eyes and thrown away.]]
Sorry, someone had to say it.
* Jossed. Bo is given away in one piece in the prologue of ''Toy Story 4''.

[[WMG: Woody spoke to Sid again at the end of Toy Story 3 to get the ride back to Andy's house.]]
* This was spoken about above. See there for more info.

[[WMG:[[Film/{{Shooter}} Senator Meachum was reincarnated in the form of Lotso. Alternately, Lotso was possessed by Senator Meachum's ghost sometime after being abandoned by Daisy.]]]]
Not much for this other than the actor connection regarding Ned Beatty, but a WMG is a WMG.
* "Are you out of your mind? Are you out of your damn mind?! '''I am the ruler of Sunnyside!'''"

[[WMG: Dolly likes Chuckles, Actor guy likes one of the LGMs, Hamm likes Buttercup, and Bullseye likes Totoro.]]
I'm basing this on the ending song and saying with the exception of the note and the scenes before it which are all BarbieXKen all the scenes depict a paring. Actually I think the TotoroXBullseye pairing makes the most scence of all of there.

[[WMG: Lotso's backstory is more ironic than it first appears if you look at the origional idea for him]]
Somebody believes they were abandoned and replaced and is taking it out on others. Turns out he was replaced but by people who didn't know how special he was because they likely couldn't find him and wanted to protect there daughter. This reminds me of a series of movies I used to watch... what was it called again?

[[WMG: Ken was abandoned because he was a girls toy.]]
He's not the only male girls toy we see yet he's the only one who seems sensitive about it. Given he might just be the only one people teased about it, (Lotso would kill you and Buttercups friends are nice) but it still appears that toys are not overly cruel to male girls toys. It makes sense that there is something making him sensitive about the issue possibly his male owner being teased for having a girls toy and then abandoning him and because he is sensitive about the issue he is fun to taunt so the other toys do. He can not tell the other toys why he is sensitive about this because if Lotso knew he was defending his relationship with his previous owner he would not live long and if the other toys knew this they could blackmail him.

[[WMG: Jessie was actually supposed to be Woody's new girlfriend]]
The guys at Pixar thought that Jessie should be Woody's new girlfriend so they [[PutOnABus bought a ticket]] for Bo Beep. But after realizing the fans' reactions towards JessieXBuzz, they decided [[AscendedFanon to give them what they wanted.]]


Compare the scene in the Black Friday reel after Woody throws Buzz out of the window to the way Lotso behaves when confronted at the garbage shoot. When the other toys attempt to call Woody on his behaviour he shows utter contempt for all of them and is outright sadistic towards his enforcer, Slinky. Pixar rewrote him after realising that he was a complete jerk and wouldn't work as a hero. Maybe they reworked that version of him as a villain.

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Compare the scene in the Black Friday reel after Woody throws Buzz out of the window to the way Lotso behaves when confronted at the garbage shoot. When the other toys attempt to call Woody on his behaviour he shows utter contempt for all of them and is outright sadistic towards his enforcer, Slinky. Pixar rewrote him after realising that he was a complete jerk and wouldn't work as a hero. Maybe they reworked that version of him as a villain.villain.

[[WMG: All Lots-o-Huggin' Bears meet tragic/unfortunate ends.]]
In much of the same way that Buzz Lightyear toys were made with built-in personalities and back stories, Lots-o-Huggin' Bears were crafted with the sole purpose of being their owner's best friend, no matter what. Unfortunately, this leads them to be extremely codependent. Lotso's unexpected separation from Diasy despite his pre-programmed need for human friendship lead to him becoming the psychological mess that he was. The Lotso Daisy replaced her original with also eventually went insane once she outgrew him and he killed himself.

[[WMG: The Janitor in Toy Story 3 is either Scruffy the Janitor from WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} or an ancestor of Scruffy.]]
* That Janitor has the same type of mustache as Scruffy and when I look at that guy, I think of Scruffy. Maybe Scruffy of Toy Story 3 is an ancestor/great-great-(and so on) grandfather of the Scruffy we know and love on WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}. Or the Janitor went into a cryogenic tube after this movie and came out sometime before the events of Futurama started.

[[WMG: In between [=TS2=] and [=TS3=] (spoilers), Bo was...]]
...Given to [[WesternAnimation/{{Up}} Carl and Elle]] for use in their baby's new room. The only evidence that I have of this is that Andy and the Frederickson's are somehow connected (there's a easter egg postcard in Andy's room from them). After [[spoiler:the miscarriage]], Bo was given away by because the Frederickson's didn't want [[spoiler: any reminders of what they had lost]]. Somehow Bo will find her way back to the rest of the gang. Really.

[[WMG: Andy ''suspected'' his toys were alive.]]
He didn't know for sure -- he never secretly caught them moving and talking -- but he saw (or just barely missed) and heard enough throughout his life to start thinking weird things happened with his toys whenever he wasn't around -- enough to make him suspicious but not to make it unquestionably clear to him that toys are alive (unlike Sid). He wouldn't tell anyone, of course, or they would think he was crazy, but he did take extra good care of his toys and never threw the most important ones away but kept them safe in his room. By the time he was 17, he consciously convinced himself it was just his childish imagination, but subconsciously, he still wasn't sure. This is why he couldn't throw them away, sell them online with no way of knowing how they would be treated by new owners, or donate them to a daycare center (being a kid more recently than his mom, he ''knows'' how little kids [[strike:destroy]] play with toys!). With Bonnie, Andy (subconsciously) knew the toys would be safe ''and'' happy having someone to play with again. He took the opportunity with Bonnie to say good-bye to them; that's what we all use little kids for, after all -- a cover for doing childish things we secretly still love but have "outgrown." When Woody "waved" good-bye to him at the end, all the old suspicions came back, so, even though he couldn't be sure, he said, "Thanks, guys"... just in case.

[[WMG: [[TheDogWasTheMastermind Daisy's parents]] are behind the events of ''Toy Story 3!'']]
[[spoiler: They want to destroy all of the toys in the world and they know the toys are alive! They deliberately 'forgot' to put Lotso, Big Baby and Chuckles in the car when Daisy fell asleep, and replaced Lotso so that he would think Daisy didn't want him. Cue Lotso taking over Sunnyside Daycare. Woody and company may have foiled Lotso's EvilPlan and made the Daycare a better place, but [[KarmaHoudini Daisy's parents have yet to be stopped]].]].
* You know what? That would make a [[CrackFic very interesting fanfic]]...

[[WMG: Daisy grows up to become a Yellow Power Ranger]]
The ''PowerRangers'' are known for wearing the colour that corresponds to their suits when they are not out saving the world in very ColorCharacter fashion. In the [[spoiler:flashback that reveals Lotso's backstory]], Daisy wears lots of yellow. Ergo, sometime in her future, she becomes one of the Power Rangers.

[[WMG: Andy and [[WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster Rob]] are going to meet at college, and become friends.]]
It's just meant to be...

[[WMG: The garbageman who puts Lotso on his truck is [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Cartman]] all grown up.]]
The frog with Lotso on the truck looks kind of like Cartman's Clyde Frog.

[[WMG: Bonnie is a Miyazaki fan.]]
Why else would she have a Totoro plushie?
* Kids have random toys from shows they don't even know exists all the time, case in point: Woody. OTOH, it's also believable that her mom is the Miyazaki fan, or someone else who is a fan gave her the Totoro plushie.(Bonus points if it was Andy's mom)
** (Different troper) I had a Totoro toy when I was a kid because it was my favorite movie. It's not too far-fetched that Bonnie liked the movie enough for her mom to order a plush off ebay.


** Or Webcomic/KidRadd

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[[WMG: Pixar will create a short that shows how the Aliens got to the crane in ''3'' and put it on the DVD release.]]
It will be, like many things Pixar's had a hand in, [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome awe-inspiring]] and [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments hilarious.]]

[[WMG: Woody's escape wasn't "lucky" -- Lotso ''let'' him escape.]]
Based on Woody's attitude during Lotso's sermon about Sunnyside and professed loyalty to Andy ("Because we're Andy's toys!"), Lotso theorized Woody probably couldn't be persuaded easily into buying his utopian act or adhering to the rules of Sunnyside. So he let him leave, deciding he was better off without a potential troublemaker in the fold. Plus, he got the added bonus of using him to threaten his friends. [[EvilCannotComprehendGood He never expected, once he was safely away, that Woody would even consider returning and putting himself in danger just to help his friends.]]

[[WMG: Bonnie is Geri's granddaughter from [[WesternAnimation/PixarShorts Geri's Game]]]]
Both like fixing up toys and both are ''very'' imaginative.

[[WMG: Lotso is Black Friday!Woody only pink and fluffy.]]
Compare the scene in the Black Friday reel after Woody throws Buzz out of the window to the way Lotso behaves when confronted at the garbage shoot. When the other toys attempt to call Woody on his behaviour he shows utter contempt for all of them and is outright sadistic towards his enforcer, Slinky. Pixar rewrote him after realising that he was a complete jerk and wouldn't work as a hero. Maybe they reworked that version of him as a villain.


* So you'd rather Lotso was released from his earthly suffering instead of surviving a [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment fate]] [[AndIMustScream worse]] [[{{Hellfire}} than]] [[FateWorseThanDeath death]] for the rest of his life? Okay. Whatever floats your boat.

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* So you'd rather Lotso was released from his earthly suffering instead of surviving a [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment fate]] [[AndIMustScream worse]] [[{{Hellfire}} than]] [[FateWorseThanDeath death]] for the rest of his life? Okay. Whatever floats your boat.boat.

[[WMG: Toys for very young children, especially the [[TonkaTough very durable kind]], are the strongest toys when animate.]]
The most dangerous and powerful toys in the series, particularly Big Baby, are baby toys that are designed to survive the kind of abuse that day care kids can dish out- thus, they can pose a violent threat to other toys being strong and hard to hurt, hence why Big Baby is [[TheDragon the enforcer]]. Buzz Lightyear is also pretty tough and well designed, since when BrainwashedAndCrazy he could beat down all the other toys in ten seconds flat.

On the other hand, toys with particular articulation and humanoid designs, like Buzz and Woody, are much faster and more agile than most. (Woody seems to engage in OffscreenTeleportation several times, he's less a cowboy, more a ninja) And other unusual toys, such as the Potato Heads, seem to have their own useful abilities. Seems an irony that the more complex, sophisticated and fragile toys, such as model kits and replicas favoured by older kids and nerds, are probably among the most fragile and least capable toys of the lot.
* Yeah, but you just know that the 300-piece scale Gundam model with 22 points of artuclation is going to be [[FragileSpeedster one nimble toy]].
** True, and army men don't have real weapons or strength, [[ZergRush but they]] [[WeHaveReserves have numbers]].

[[WMG: The garbageman who takes Lotso at the end of Toy Story 3 is Daisy's son.]]
Daisy passed on her replacement Lots-O'-Huggin' Bear to her son after he was born, which is the bear the garbageman referenced.

[[WMG: Toy Story 3 will signal the end of the cartoon CG film trend.]]
Just as Toy Story 1 started the craze of producing cartoon feature films in CGI, the last film encapsulates it. This is ''the very'' end of the series, so it is only fitting that it will metaphysically have some affect on the industry as well. People are nowhere near as dazzled by CG as they used to be. It will be a few years before we see the effects, but it could happen. CG will still be used in live-action hybrids (''Film/{{Avatar}}'', as an example), but cartoons will slowly be made in other mediums. In a few decades, Pixar will be the LAST studio to produce the LAST cartoon CG film!
* Ultra-Jossed, There is literally no signs of CGI films ending, especially since Pixar THEMSELVES are still making CGI movies. How did you even think this?

[[WMG: Bonnie will be the subject of many a DarkFic]]
[[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial Not that I want that to be the case...]]

[[WMG: The barbies share a HiveMind.]]
Think about it: WesternAnimation/ToyStory3 Barbie should have no way of knowing what a democracy is like, and yet shows that knowledge. However, there exists a President Barbie, who would know these things. The explanation, therefore, is that all Barbie's collective knowledge and memories are pooled together, then extracted and uploaded to the specific doll as needed.
** Why wouldn't Great Shape Barbie have any idea what Democracy is? Aerobics Instructor = bad at history? Barbie in the Barbie canon has always been smart (except for that "Math is tough" thing in 1992. But clearly she got over it) [[RealWomenNeverWearDresses Girlie does not equal dumb.]]
* I don't think is a "Hive Mind" as much as "New models have the knowledge of previous ones", so, while the first Barbie would have only her knowledge, the next ones in the line would haver her own personality and the previous ones. Alternatively, Molly is interested in politics.
* Molly might have taken her Barbie to play with other girls and their toys, and met other Barbies (but by sheer coincidence no Kens) to chat with.

[[WMG: Andy and Bonnie will create an [[Webcomic/AxeCop online webcomic together]].]]
* The college that Andy is attending is Cal Arts University, and practices drawing artwork and graphic novels in his spare time. During one of his trips back home, he babysits for Bonnie, and realizes that she has an incredibly active imagination, creating wildly vivid story lines for the toys. They decide to join forces together they create the online webcomic [[Webcomic/AxeCop Laser Sheriff]]!
** Or Webcomic/KidRadd

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