WOODY: Not now, Slink. I got some bad news.
SLINKY DOG: Bad news?
WOODY: Just gather everyone up for a staff meeting, and be happy.
SLINKY DOG: Got it.
WOODY: Be happy! Staff meeting, everybody! Snake, Robot, podium duty. Hey. Hey, Etch. Draw! Oh! Got me again. Etch, you've been working on that draw.
SLINKY DOG: Fastest knobs in the West. Got a staff meeting, you guys. Come on, let's go.
WOODY: Now, where is that. Oh. Hey, who moved my doodle pad way over here? How're you doin', Rex?
REX: Were you scared? Tell me honestly.
WOODY: I was close to being scared that time.
I'm going for fearsome here, but I just don't feel it.
I think I'm just coming off as annoying.
WOODY: Oh, hi, Bo. Hi.
BO PEEP: I wanted to thank you, Woody, for saving my flock.
WOODY: Oh, hey, it was, uh, nothin'.
BO PEEP: What do you say I get someone else to watch the sheep tonight?
WOODY: Oh, yeah!
BO PEEP: Remember, I'm just a couple of blocks away.
SLINKY DOG: Yodel-ay-hee-hoo! Come on, come on. Smaller toys up front. Hey, Woody, come on.
WOODY: Oh, thanks, Mike. Okay... Whoa, whoa. Step back. For crying out loud. Thank you. Hello? Check. That better? Great. Everybody hear me? Up on the shelf, can you hear me? Great. Okay. First item today... Oh, yeah. Has everyone picked a moving buddy?
MR. POTATO HEAD: What? Moving buddy?
HAMM: You can't be serious.
REX: I didn't know we were supposed to have one already.
MR. POTATO HEAD: Do we have to hold hands?
WOODY: You guys think this is a big joke. We've only got one week left before the move.
I don't want any toys left behind.
A moving buddy. If you don't have one, get one! All right, next. Oh, yes. Tuesday night's plastic corrosion awareness meeting was, I think, a big success. And we wanna thank Mr Spell for putting that on for us. Thank you, Mr.Spell.
MR, SPELL: You're welcome.
WOODY: Okay. Oh, yes. One minor note here.
Andy's birthday party has been moved to today.
Wait a minute here!
REX: What do you mean the party's today? His birthday's not 'til next week!
HAMM: What's going' on down there? Is his mom losing' her marbles?
WOODY: Well, obviously she wanted to have the party before the move. I'm not worried. You shouldn't be worried.
MR. POTATO HEAD:
Of course Woody ain't worried. He's been Andy's favorite since kindergarten.
SLINKY DOG: Hey, hey. Come on, Potato Head. If Woody says it's all right, then, well, darn it, it's good enough for me. Woody has never steered us wrong before.
WOODY: Come on, guys. Every Christmas and birthday we go through this.
REX: But what if Andy gets another dinosaur, a mean one? I just don't think I could take that kind of rejection!
WOODY: Hey, listen, no one's getting replaced. This is Andy we're talking about. It doesn't matter how much we're played with. What matters is that we're here for Andy when he needs us. That's what we're made for, right?
HAMM: Pardon me. I hate to break up the staff meeting, but they're here!
Birthday guests at three o'clock!
WOODY: Stay calm, everyone! Hey! Meeting adjourned.
HAMM: Ho, boy! Will you take a look at all those presents?
MR. POTATO HEAD: I can't see a thing.
HAMM: Yes, sir, we're next month's garage sale fodder for sure.
REX: Any dinosaur-shaped ones?
HAMM: Oh, for crying out loud. They're all in boxes, you idiot.
SLINKY DOG: They're getting bigger. Wait, there's a nice little one over there. Hi! Spell, trash can. We're doomed!
WOODY: All right! All right! If I send out the troops, will you all calm down?
REX: Yes! Yes! We promise!
Save your batteries.
HAMM: Very good, Woody. That's using the old noodle.
WOODY: Sergeant, establish a recon post downstairs. Code Red! You know what to do.
SERGEANT: Yes, sir! All right, men. You heard him. Code Red! Repeat, we are at Code Red. Recon plan Charlie. Execute! Let's move! Move, move, move, move! Yeah! MRS.
MRS DAVIS: Okay, come on, kids. Everyone in the living room. It's almost time for the presents.
REX: All right, gangway, gangway.
WOODY: And this is
how we find out what is in those presents
MRS DAVIS: Okay, who's hungry? Here come the chips! I've got Cool Ranch and barbecue! What in the world. Oh! I thought I told him to pick these up.
REX: Shouldn't they be there by now? What's taking them so long?
WOODY: Hey, these guys are professionals. They're the best. Come on! They're not lying down on the job.
SARGE: Go on without me! Just go!
A good soldier never leaves a man behind.
MRS. DAVIS: Okay, everybody, come on. Everybody settle down. Now, kids. Everybody. You sit in a circle. No, Andy. Andy, you sit in the middle there. Good. And Which present are you gonna open first?
SARGE: There they are. Come in, Mother Bird. This is Alpha Bravo.
WOODY: This is it! This is it! Quiet, quiet!
SARGE: Come in, Mother Bird. All right, Andy's opening the first present now.
MR. POTATO HEAD: Mrs Potato Head! Mrs Potato Head! Mrs Potato Head! Hey, I can dream, can't I?
SARGE: The bow's coming off. He's ripping the wrapping paper. It's a lunch box. We've got a lunch box here.
WOODY: A lunch box? Lunch box?
SLINKY DOG: For lunch.
SARGE: Okay, second present. It appears to be. Okay, it's bed sheets.
MR. POTATO HEAD: Who invited that kid?
MRS. DAVIS: Oh! Only one left.
SARGE: Okay, we're on the last present now.
WOODY: Last present!
SARGE: It's a big one. It's a board game! Repeat, Battleship!
ALL TOYS: Whew! Hallelujah! Yeah! All right!
MR. POTATO HEAD: Hey, watch it!
SARGE: Sorry there, old spud head. Mission accomplished. Well done, men. Pack it up. We're goin' home.
WOODY: So did I tell ya? Nothin' to worry about.
SLINKY DOG: I knew you were right all along, Woody. Never doubted ya for a second.
SARGE: Wait a minute. Oh! What do we have here? Wait! Turn that thing back on! Come in, Mother Bird! Come in, Mother Bird! Mom has pulled a surprise present from the closet. Andy's opening it. He's really excited about this one.
ANDY DAVIS: Mom, what is it?
SARGE: It's a huge package. Oh, get outta the... One of the kids is in the way. I can't see. It's a...!