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Toy Story 4's Heroes Are Veteran Rescuers in the Final Trailer

Woody, Bo Peep, and Duke Caboom.
Woody, Bo Peep, and Duke Caboom.
Image: Disney/Pixar
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In Toy Story 4, all of Andy’s toys have grown up in the same way their original owner did, which means they’re older, wiser, and better than ever just as they come into a new kid’s life when she needs them most. While they might not be as thrilling to play with as a googly-eyed spork, the plastic cowboy and crew still have plenty of magic left in them.

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When Sporky the spork ends up getting lost during a trip, Woody, Buzz, Jessie, and the gang set out on a mission to find their new friend which, at first, doesn’t seem like it’ll be much trouble given the number of times they’ve wandered outside of the toybox in the past to explore the larger world. But you know what happens whenever the toys decide to leave the house on their own: people get lost, people get broken, and Woody, as always, ends up exasperated as hell.

Toy Story 4 hits theaters June 21


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DISCUSSION

How to end this movie in ten minutes:
“Oh no! Forky fell out of the RV! We must traverse through an amusement park and a creepy antiques shop to rescue him from ventriloquist dummies!

“Hey, wait, is that a Walmart over there? Why don’t we just sneak in there and swipe a box of sporks, some pipe cleaners, pop-sickle sticks, and googly-eyes, and just make another Forky? We’re the only ones who would know or even care that it wasn’t alive, plus we’d have enough parts to make more if this ever happens again!”

“...Good idea, that seems way easier. Let’s do that.”

*You’ve Got a Friend In Me plays, credits roll.* 

How to end this movie in one minute:

“Oh no! Forky fell out of the RV! We must traverse through an amusement park and a creepy antiques shop to rescue him from ventriloquist dummies!”

“Yeah, or, you know, we could just let this little girl learn a valuable life lesson about how to deal with disappointment and sadness, which is something she’s going to have to do pretty soon anyway.”

“You’re probably right.”

*You’ve Got a Friend In Me plays, credits roll.*

How to end this series once and for all:

“Happy birthday, Bonnie! Open your present!”
“WOW! An iPad! Just what I wanted! Thank, Mom and Dad!”