Mr. Pricklepants is a self-defined Classically Trained toy, who prefers to stay silent and hush other toys even when not being played with. Congratulates Woody on his brilliant performance when he first arrives. Along with the rest of Bonnie's toys, he reveals to Woody the terrible secret of Sunnyside, and helps him get back to save his friends. During the credits he puts on a production of Romeo and Juliet with himself as Romeo, and one of the aliens as Juliet.
- Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking:Mr. Pricklepants: (regarding Lotso) Sunnyside is a place of ruin and despair ruled by an evil bear who smells of strawberries.
- Classically Trained Extra: Amusingly, he thinks Woody is the classically trained extra.
- Genre Savvy: Demonstrated in Toy Story of Terror!, where he points out the ways their situation is like a horror film. For example, he notes that it is common for the victims to be taken down one by one.
- Jerkass Façade: He sounds rather stuffed at first but it's just an act. He's friendly and helpful otherwise.
- Large Ham: Comes with the territory.
- Nice Hat: A green one with a red feather.
Trixie is a blue plastic triceratops from the same toyline as Rex. She spends lots of time on the internet, playing online games and chatting. Along with the rest of Bonnie's toys, she reveals to Woody the terrible secret of Sunnyside, and helps him get back to save his friends. During the credits she is seen playing a computer game with Rex.
- Bully Hunter: In Toy Story That Time Forgot. When she sees one of the Battlesaurs attacking Woody and Buzz, she angrily yells, "You big BULLY!" while ramming him with enough force to knock him out of the arena.
- A Day in the Limelight: Toy Story That Time Forgot focuses almost entirely on her.
- Distaff Counterpart: To Rex.
- Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: And her design seems to imply that she and Rex are from the same toyline.
- Gamer Chick: Seen playing a video game with Rex in the credits.
- Geek: Even more so than Rex, and she seems to be the most computer-savvy toy we see.
- Genki Girl: Usually always cheerful.
- Getting Crap Past the Radar: A surprising amount of her appearances have some of this. 'Just a dinosaur toy down the street', and excitedly playing games with Rex during the credits...
- A Lizard Named "Liz": A triceratops named Trixie.
- My God, You Are Serious: In Toy Story That Time Forgot, Trixie assumes the Battlesaurs are just playacting, goofing around, and having fun with their Proud Warrior Race motif... until she sees how terrified Mason's other toys are when they're thrown gladiator-style into the arena.
- Naïve Everygirl: But maybe not that naive...
- Nice Girl: Trixie has a cheerful personality.
Buttercup is a plush Unicorn toy. Along with the rest of Bonnie's toys, he reveals to Woody the terrible secret of Sunnyside, and helps him get back to save his friends. During the credits it is shown that he has become good friends with Hamm.
- Deadpan Snarker: When he gets fed up with Pricklepants' acting while Woody asks him where he is."My name is Buttercup. You've met Baron von Hush.
- Large Ham: "THERE IS NO WAY OUT!"note
- Nice Guy: He's a pretty level-headed, decent toy.
- Those Two Guys: Seems to be becoming this with Hamm, as seen in the credits of 3. A short Hawaiian Vacation confirms it.
- Vocal Dissonance: A cuddly unicorn with the voice of Jeff Garlin? Perfect.
Dolly is a friendly, somewhat snarky little ragdoll with purple hair, googly eyes, and an orange dress that Bonnie made herself. Along with the rest of Bonnie's toys, she reveals to Woody the terrible secret of Sunnyside, and helps him get back to save his friends. At the end of the film, she shows Andy's toys that they've made it to having drawings on Bonnie's wall, and is seen along with the other toys dancing along to the Spanish version of "You've Got a Friend in Me".
- Cute Witch: She is cute and Bonnie casts her as a witch during a play session.
- Deadpan Snarker: She definitely has her moments — especially regarding Woody's name.
- A Dog Named "Dog": She even lampshades it:"That's coming from a doll named Dolly."
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin: She's a doll named Dolly.
- Final Boss: In video game adaptation of Toy Story 3, during the stage which takes inside Bonnie's imagination.
- Fingerless Hands: Has thumbless hands like The Powerpuff Girls, but she has two lines of stitching on each hand that indicate fingers. Justified in that she is a rag-doll.
- Mean Character, Nice Actor: Whenever Bonnie is playing, she's always cast as the villain of her stories.
- The Mentor: Of Bonnie's toys.
- Nice Girl: Dolly has a helpful and sweet personality.
- Shout-Out: Possibly — she looks quite a bit like Coraline, especially with the dark purple bob and hair barrettes. Plus, there is a button on her dress. And she is cast as "the Witch" in Bonnie's playtimes — a reference to the Other Mother?
- Even more so to Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas, especially when you consider that they both are handmade ragdolls.
- Team Mom: To Bonnie's toys.
- Wicked Witch: Plays this role during playtime.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Justified; it's not that uncommon for toys to have unusual hair colors.
Peas in a Pod as a trio of plush peas, Peatey, Peatrice and Peanelope, with a zipper pea-pod. They have the personalities of small children. Along with the rest of Bonnie's toys, they reveal to Woody the terrible secret of Sunnyside, and help him get back to save his friends. During the credits they are seen climbing in Mr. Potato Head's tater tush, to which he responds, "I told you kids to stay out of my butt!"
Totoro is a big plush toy based off the title character from the Japanese film, My Neighbor Totoro. He befriends Buzz and the Aliens in the credits, giving the aliens a fun little ride as he juggles them around.
- The Big Guy: He's significantly bigger than all of Bonnie's toys. Even Andy's.
- The Cameo: No duh.
- Canon Foreigner: From another children's animated movie no less. He ups Bonnie's coolness quotient Up to Eleven.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: He hasn't returned for any of the shorts or specials set post-Toy Story 3.
- The Pollyanna: He smiles quite a bit.
- The Voiceless: Doesn't even growl like he does in his original appearance.
Chuckles the Clown is a depressed clown who was abandoned together with Lotso and Big Baby. After Lotso took over Sunnyside, he left and came into Bonnie's care.
- Chekhov's Gun: He held onto the locket of Big Baby's that Lotso threw away and gives it to Woody, who then returns it to Big Baby, which ultimately motivates his HeelFace Turn.
- Dark and Troubled Past: His backstory with Lotso and Big Baby.
- Defrosting Ice King: Shows this when he finally smiles at the end of the movie.
- The Eeyore: A subversion: he acts much like Eeyore to the point of sharing a voice actor, but then you hear his backstory.
- Grumpy Bear: His depression is a stark contrast to Bonnie's other toys.
- Hidden Depths: Turns out to be rather proficient with a ukelele in Hawaiian Vacation.
- Innocently Insensitive: When a devastated Lotso points out Daisy abandoned them, Chuckles instantly corrects him by pointing out she only abandoned Lotso. Whether it was just bad wording or not, this rather dismissive sounding retort only further embittered Lotso.
- Knight in Sour Armour: Saw some of Lotso's rather despicable actions firsthand, and told Woody about this to warn him of Lotso's true nature.
- Mr. Exposition: He fills Woody in on the situation at Sunnyside.
- Non-Ironic Clown: Having shared the same former owner as Lotso and Big Baby, he turns out to be the only one of the three toys not to turn villainous from the incident of being accidentally abandoned by their former owner. In a flashback, he even tries to console Lotso, but he ignores him and turns evil. In the present, he is depressed despite being one of Bonnie's beloved toys. But by the end credits, he begins to smile again.
- Perpetual Frowner: Is this for almost the entire movie, until he sees a picture of him drawn by Bonnie.
- Small Role, Big Impact: See Chekhov's Gun. He gives Big Baby's locket to Woody, which inadvertantly facilitates Baby's HeelFace Turn.
- Sad Clown: Became this after Lotso took over Sunnyside Daycare, though he starts smiling a little again during the ending credits.
- Token Good Teammate: The only one of Daisy's toys not to turn evil.
- When He Smiles: The end credits show him finally smiling. Cue Squee. And tears.
Angel Kitty is a Christmas Decoration that appeared in the Christmas Special Toy Story That Time Forgot. Bonnie plays with her as "The Dreaded Kittysaurus." She is something of a call-back to when Woody reminded the toys of the Christmas Decorations, who were apparently 'fun guys'.
The Christmas Decorations only get out at Christmas and seem to be grateful for every moment they have, and Angel Kitty speaks only in Christmas phrases.
- Cute Kitten: To the point that several of the Raptorian Guards show signs of Cuteness Proximity at work upon extended exposure to her innate sweetness.
- Dissonant Serenity: The most Angel Kitty ever gets to being scared or worried is a few 'almost unnoticeable' surprise looks.
- Expy: Angel Kitty looks a LOT like Hello Kitty, except with an angel dress and a halo.
- Face Death with Dignity: When the Battlesaurs are going to drop her, Woody and Buzz down a vent into a spinning fan, she calmly plays a sad song on her trumpet- before one of the Battlesaurs rips it out of her hand and throws it down the vent where it is shredded by the fan. While Woody and Buzz scream as they're about to be dropped, she makes no noise and doesn't even look scared.
- Funny Background Event: While the other toys are chasing after a Battlesaur they had just seen, she has a lot of trouble keeping up with them, lagging several feet behind them and is out of breath with exhaustion.
- Stealth Hi/Bye: At the end of the special, she seems to disappear, presumably until next Christmas.
- Voiced by: Tony Hale
Forky is a spork that was made into a toy by Bonnie with pipe-cleaners and googly eyes. He will be debuting in Toy Story 4
- Big Ol' Unibrow: A unibrow made out of a pipe cleaner, to be precise.
- Blush Sticker: He has permanent ones.
- Eldritch Abomination: He doesn't even look that bizarre as much as he does look crudely made, per se, but by toy (or spork) standards, he may as well be one.
- Existential Horror: Forky seems to be facing an existential crisis in this story. Being a spork with the purpose of a toy will do that to you.
- Eye Scream: Referenced when Forky runs off at the end of the teaser trailer.Woody: Hey! Hey! Somebody get him before he pokes an eye out.
- Freak Out: In the teaser, upon the realization that he is not a toy.
- Mad Eye: One of his googly eyes is larger than the other.
- Non-Indicative Name: Forky is a spork, not a fork. This is possibly because Bonnie named him while not knowing the difference.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Forky's existential crisis over his belief that he is not a toy prompts him to jump out of the family RV while it is in motion.
- Tomato in the Mirror: In the teaser trailer, Forky realizes he's not really a toy (being crudely made by Bonnie) and promptly has a Freak Out.