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Toy Story 2
John Lasseter/Ash Brannon, 1999
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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
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What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Toy Story
(1) Her sheep may have become roadkill (run over by a Hot Wheel car). (2) "Reach for the sky." "You're my favorite deputy." "Somebody's poisoned the water hole." "Yee-haw! Giddyap partner. We got to get this wagon train a-movin'" "and "This town ain't big enough for the two of us." (3) Andy slid Woody down a handrail head-first. (4) He kept practicing his growls because he wanted to be a scary dinosaur. But even he admitted that they were more annoying than fearsome. (5) He wanted to know if Andy was getting another dinosaur for his birthday. But Hamm would have needed x-ray vision to answer that question because the presents were still wrapped.

(6) One of his friends bought him a pair of bed sheets. (7) Woody tried to explain how to change the batteries in the speaker that was used in "Recon Plan Charlie." (8) No, he was already flying (with the aid of Sid's super firecracker) when Woody repeated the phrase. (9) "That wasn't flying! That was falling with style!" (10) The three primary colors in Sid's room were brown (the paneling), white (his ceiling) and green (the carpeting).  (11) The thought of his eyeballs being sucked out of their sockets.

Toy Story 2
Joe told Mike to stick his head over a whale's blowhole. It all came together after Mr. Potato Head sighed, "This can't help. Let's leave (him) to play with his toys." Credit Buzz, Mr. Spell and an Etch-A-Sketch.
Did you catch the license plate of that getaway car? It read, "LZTYBRN." We know that you knew from the get-go what those letters stood for, and well you should (if that makes any sense). The question is, how did the toys figure out where Woody (Tom Hanks) was taken without the help of the police or the DMV?
If humanity is still around in another thousand years, we imagine Pixar will be too -finding new ways to amaze and delight children of all ages. One innovation that could happen in our lifetime might enable the viewer to edit a scene in a way that he or she sees fit -
to change the story's outcome or just for a few extra laughs. We'd start here, in the film's opening sequence - with Little Bo Peep (Annie Potts) calling One-Eyed Jack's (Don Rickles) bluff. Any guesses as to what may have happened if she had?

2. We gotta make this one quick - "There's a snake in our boots!" Woody's (Tom Hanks) voicebox was programmed with five other phrases. If you can name at least three, we'll double your point total. Yee-haw!

3. If you looked close enough, you'd probably find a couple of small dents on Woody's forehead. One of those dents came from the magnifying glass he was burned with. The other one was Andy's fault. That should be enough of a hint for this question.

4. Do you know why most talking toys seem to fall out of favor sooner with their playmates than those that don't speak? It's because they either have a limited vocabulary or end up saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. It wasn't something that Rex (Wallace Shawn) said that annoyed the other toys as much as something he did (and kept doing). Do you remember what it was?
5. Look, up on the shelf… it's not a plane or a bird, but it might be one day, after a few million years of evolution. Rex asked Hamm (John Ratzenberger) a question that only Superman could have answered after he sighed, "We're next month's garage sale fodder, for sure." What did he want to know?

6. Andy (John Morris) never said what his least favorite gift was, but Hamm knew, and so did most of the other toys. If you need a hint on this one, it wasn't a toy.

7. You know the old adage, if you want something done right, you've gotta do it yourself. What situation did that saying apply to?

8. "To infinity, our next question - and beyond!" Buzz's (Tim Allen) signature phrase was repeated three times in the film. Was he attempting to fly each time it was heard?

9. Just wondering aloud, here- how long Buzz would have to remain airborne to prove to Woody that he could, indeed fly? If the definition of flight is the ability to maintain forward momentum in the same altitude, two minutes would be enough to convince us. What did he exclaim after Buzz's aerial aerobics impressed Bo Peep?
10. Picture this scenario. You've just taken your kids to see Toy Story for the second time. On the drive home, your youngest son asks, "Mom, can I change the wallpaper in my room?" "We just changed it last year, honey, maybe for your birthday." "Pleeeeeeeeeeease!" You stop for a moment to think about it and then ask, "You want what Andy had in his room?" "No, mom, you don't understand. I don't want wallpaper. I want my room to look like Sid's (Eric Von Detten). His was a lot cooler." What were the three primary colors?

11. The reason why Buzz kept his helmet on was because he thought the air was toxic. But something scared him even more than choking to death. Do you remember what it was?
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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John Lasseter, 1995
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