the most terrible things buzz lightyear has ever done

the most terrible things buzz lightyear has ever done

Buzz Lightyear he's a Space Ranger, defender of the galaxy, and everyone's favorite flying toy (or "falling with style" toy, take your pick). Throughout the entireToy Story timeline, Buzz has always leapt to the forefront to protect the galaxy, and his friends, from the forces of evil. His adventures have spanned four movies, a plethora of short films, and even an entire animated series. If you need an intergalactic hero to keep you safe to infinity and beyond, Buzz is your guy. That's not to say that our favorite space cadet hasn't made a few blunders of his own. From the toy store to the daycare center, Buzz's do-good attitude hasn't always resulted in the best outcome for those around him. It may be easy to say that Woody has had the worse track record of this Toy Story duo, but there's still good reason to dig into the most terrible things that Buzz Lightyear has ever done.

Buzz Lightyear he's a Space Ranger, defender of the galaxy, and everyone's favorite flying toy (or "falling with style" toy, take your pick). Throughout the entireToy Story timeline, Buzz has always leapt to the forefront to protect the galaxy, and his friends, from the forces of evil. His adventures have spanned four movies, a plethora of short films, and even an entire animated series. If you need an intergalactic hero to keep you safe to infinity and beyond, Buzz is your guy.

That's not to say that our favorite space cadet hasn't made a few blunders of his own. From the toy store to the daycare center, Buzz's do-good attitude hasn't always resulted in the best outcome for those around him. It may be easy to say that Woody has had the worse track record of this Toy Story duo, but there's still good reason to dig into the most terrible things that Buzz Lightyear has ever done.

First impressions can be everything, and suffice it to say, Buzz doesn't exactly give the cheeriest impression upon entering the vast new world that is Andy's room. Standing triumphantly on Andy's bed, surveying his new environment as if it were an uncharted planet, Buzz is still in Space Ranger mode, nervously exploring his surroundings, yet to find any signs of "intelligent life." Suddenly, Woody, the de facto leader of Andy's toys, peeks out to introduce himself, leaving Buzz to act in the most noble fashion possible ... by pointing his laser right at Woody, followed by trying to laser the rest of the toys trying to introduce themselves. While he's able to win over the trust of these new companions through his "flying" routine moments later, Buzz's initial instincts getting the best of him wasn't exactly the friendliest way to introduce himself to the denizens of this new "planet."

First impressions can be everything, and suffice it to say, Buzz doesn't exactly give the cheeriest impression upon entering the vast new world that is Andy's room. Standing triumphantly on Andy's bed, surveying his new environment as if it were an uncharted planet, Buzz is still in Space Ranger mode, nervously exploring his surroundings, yet to find any signs of "intelligent life."

Suddenly, Woody, the de facto leader of Andy's toys, peeks out to introduce himself, leaving Buzz to act in the most noble fashion possible ... by pointing his laser right at Woody, followed by trying to laser the rest of the toys trying to introduce themselves. While he's able to win over the trust of these new companions through his "flying" routine moments later, Buzz's initial instincts getting the best of him wasn't exactly the friendliest way to introduce himself to the denizens of this new "planet."

Up until Buzz's arrival, it was common knowledge that Woody, the snake-booted sheriff himself, was Andy's favorite toy through and through. But that all changes on Andy's birthday when a certain space ranger crash-lands onto Andy's bed, changing the course of Woody's life forever. Buzz slowly assimilates to the world of Andy's toy room, still stuck in his space ranger fantasy and oblivious to the fact that he is, in fact, a toy. Though it certainly wasn't his plan, Buzz's futuristic action-packed design skyrockets him to the top of Andy's playtime. Over the course of a heartbreaking montage scored to Randy Newman's super catchy song "Strange Things," all of the previous cowboy imagery that adorned Andy's bedroom is no more, slowly but surely becoming a haven for the world of Buzz Lightyear. Unbeknownst to Buzz himself, his presence has made Woody's dream life devolve into a nightmare.

Up until Buzz's arrival, it was common knowledge that Woody, the snake-booted sheriff himself, was Andy's favorite toy through and through. But that all changes on Andy's birthday when a certain space ranger crash-lands onto Andy's bed, changing the course of Woody's life forever. Buzz slowly assimilates to the world of Andy's toy room, still stuck in his space ranger fantasy and oblivious to the fact that he is, in fact, a toy.

Though it certainly wasn't his plan, Buzz's futuristic action-packed design skyrockets him to the top of Andy's playtime. Over the course of a heartbreaking montage scored to Randy Newman's super catchy song "Strange Things," all of the previous cowboy imagery that adorned Andy's bedroom is no more, slowly but surely becoming a haven for the world of Buzz Lightyear. Unbeknownst to Buzz himself, his presence has made Woody's dream life devolve into a nightmare.

In the first Toy Story film, after Woody pushes Buzz out of Andy's window through an elaborate series of accidents, it's not too long before the other toys find out, and Woody becomes a pariah in his own community. Luck is on his side, however, as right before he's pulled to pieces by the other toys, Andy chooses him as his replacement toy to bring to Pizza Planet. On the ride there, Andy and his mom stop at a gas station where, to Woody's surprise, he discovers that Buzz has been with them the whole time. Things could easily return to normal, if Buzz weren't so willing to embrace the idea of violent revenge against Woody, a concept they don't have on Buzz's planet. But as Buzz is happy to relay to Woody, "We're not on my planet, are we?" If only they were, then this troublesome twosome wouldn't be dragged into a skirmish that throws them out of the van and leaves them alone on the asphalt.

In the first Toy Story film, after Woody pushes Buzz out of Andy's window through an elaborate series of accidents, it's not too long before the other toys find out, and Woody becomes a pariah in his own community. Luck is on his side, however, as right before he's pulled to pieces by the other toys, Andy chooses him as his replacement toy to bring to Pizza Planet.

On the ride there, Andy and his mom stop at a gas station where, to Woody's surprise, he discovers that Buzz has been with them the whole time. Things could easily return to normal, if Buzz weren't so willing to embrace the idea of violent revenge against Woody, a concept they don't have on Buzz's planet. But as Buzz is happy to relay to Woody, "We're not on my planet, are we?" If only they were, then this troublesome twosome wouldn't be dragged into a skirmish that throws them out of the van and leaves them alone on the asphalt.

Yes, it may technically be in the end credits bloopers for Toy Story 2, but Buzz's needlessly cruel act against Flik and Heimlich from A Bug's Life simply can't be ignored. As Buzz and his cohorts are chopping their way through the bushes on the way to Al's Toy Barn, there's a "blink and you'll miss it" moment of two bugs falling from a branch that Buzz karate-chops through. But as the end credits reveal, those aren't just ordinary bugs. It's none other than Flik and Heimlich from A Bug's Life, who foolishly think they're appearing in a sequel to their recent Pixar hit. Sadly, their naivety gets in the way of them noticing Buzz's dangerous, relatively humongous presence careening towards them, with nothing to do but scream in terror as Buzz chops their branch into pieces. Maybe they'll survive in the next take?

As Buzz and his cohorts are chopping their way through the bushes on the way to Al's Toy Barn, there's a "blink and you'll miss it" moment of two bugs falling from a branch that Buzz karate-chops through. But as the end credits reveal, those aren't just ordinary bugs. It's none other than Flik and Heimlich from A Bug's Life, who foolishly think they're appearing in a sequel to their recent Pixar hit. Sadly, their naivety gets in the way of them noticing Buzz's dangerous, relatively humongous presence careening towards them, with nothing to do but scream in terror as Buzz chops their branch into pieces. Maybe they'll survive in the next take?

Why did the toys cross the road? Well, in Toy Story 2, the only way that Buzz and the gang can successfully get to Al's Toy Barn is by crossing a treacherously busy street with cars whipping by at speeds that will annihilate these toys in seconds. So what's Buzz's plan? The toys will hide under traffic cones and sneak their way across the road. Foolproof, right? For a toy, maybe. But for the humans minding their own business, just driving along until a legion of traffic cones comes out of nowhere? It's less than ideal, one might say. As Buzz, Mr. Potato Head, Rex, Slinky, and Hamm make their way staggering across the busy highway, cars careen left and right, trucks lose control on the road, and at least one car crashes and loses a hubcap. The toy team finally reaches its destination, but at what cost of traffic chaos for the humans above?

Why did the toys cross the road? Well, in Toy Story 2, the only way that Buzz and the gang can successfully get to Al's Toy Barn is by crossing a treacherously busy street with cars whipping by at speeds that will annihilate these toys in seconds. So what's Buzz's plan? The toys will hide under traffic cones and sneak their way across the road. Foolproof, right?

For a toy, maybe. But for the humans minding their own business, just driving along until a legion of traffic cones comes out of nowhere? It's less than ideal, one might say. As Buzz, Mr. Potato Head, Rex, Slinky, and Hamm make their way staggering across the busy highway, cars careen left and right, trucks lose control on the road, and at least one car crashes and loses a hubcap. The toy team finally reaches its destination, but at what cost of traffic chaos for the humans above?

Upon entering Al's Toy Barn in Toy Story 2, Buzz finds himself somewhere he could've never imagined... in an aisle entirely filled with Buzz Lightyears. And right on display is a brand new Buzz Lightyear, equipped with a shiny new utility belt. Buzz just can't help himself as he reaches for the space-age accessory, only to be confronted by his new nemesis the utility belt-wielding Buzz Lightyear who, just like our hero one movie ago, is still stuck in the delusion of thinking he's an actual space ranger. Utility Belt Buzz has no choice, as brutal as it may be, to trap our hero Buzz in a spaceship toy box and place it back on the shelf. Somehow Utility Belt Buzz is able to blend in with the rest of the gang when they swing back around, none the wiser that their real space ranger friend has been trapped against his will in an aisle of doppelgngers.

Upon entering Al's Toy Barn in Toy Story 2, Buzz finds himself somewhere he could've never imagined... in an aisle entirely filled with Buzz Lightyears. And right on display is a brand new Buzz Lightyear, equipped with a shiny new utility belt. Buzz just can't help himself as he reaches for the space-age accessory, only to be confronted by his new nemesis the utility belt-wielding Buzz Lightyear who, just like our hero one movie ago, is still stuck in the delusion of thinking he's an actual space ranger.

Utility Belt Buzz has no choice, as brutal as it may be, to trap our hero Buzz in a spaceship toy box and place it back on the shelf. Somehow Utility Belt Buzz is able to blend in with the rest of the gang when they swing back around, none the wiser that their real space ranger friend has been trapped against his will in an aisle of doppelgngers.

After losing his battle with Utility Belt Buzz in Toy Story 2, our favorite space man finds himself locked up in a toy box prison. Of course, original Buzz eventually breaks free, but now he needs to find a way out of Al's Toy Barn so he can complete his mission to rescue the kidnapped Woody. Unfortunately, the only way to get the front doors open is for a human-sized object to activate the automatic doors. Buzz, the crafty adventurer that he is, is able to do so by knocking over a nearby towering pile of games and toys, thus ensuring his exit from the store. But little does Buzz realize that in his plot to escape the store, one of the toys he's unleashed into the world is his character's arch-nemesis, Evil Emperor Zurg, sworn enemy of the Galactic Alliance! Buzz's plan may have worked in the short-term, but it resulted in this nefarious villain being freed to track down Utility Belt Buzz for a deadly final showdown.

After losing his battle with Utility Belt Buzz in Toy Story 2, our favorite space man finds himself locked up in a toy box prison. Of course, original Buzz eventually breaks free, but now he needs to find a way out of Al's Toy Barn so he can complete his mission to rescue the kidnapped Woody. Unfortunately, the only way to get the front doors open is for a human-sized object to activate the automatic doors. Buzz, the crafty adventurer that he is, is able to do so by knocking over a nearby towering pile of games and toys, thus ensuring his exit from the store.

But little does Buzz realize that in his plot to escape the store, one of the toys he's unleashed into the world is his character's arch-nemesis, Evil Emperor Zurg, sworn enemy of the Galactic Alliance! Buzz's plan may have worked in the short-term, but it resulted in this nefarious villain being freed to track down Utility Belt Buzz for a deadly final showdown.

In Toy Story 3, Sunnyside Daycare, where much of the action takes place, doesn't turn out to be all that sunny. Especially not under the tyrannical rule ofLots-o'-Huggin' Bear, a deceivingly lovable stuffed animal who's taking his abandonment issues out on the toys at the daycare center. New toys are subjected to the harsh playtime of the toddlers in the Caterpillar Room, while Lots-o' and his cohorts get to have gentle, relaxed playtime in the Butterfly Room. The system at hand is corrupt, and Buzz isn't going to let it stand. But when Buzz goes to the other side to complain, he finds himself captured by Lots-o's crew, with his software switched from "play" mode to "demo" mode. Demo Buzz finds our space ranger back to his old delusional mindset, but now under the eye of Lots-o', he's been tricked into thinking his friends are the enemy, leading him to lock them up in a de facto daycare prison. Though the real Buzz is hiding underneath there somewhere, our fearless gang has no choice put to pull a prison escape to foil their Demo nemesis.

In Toy Story 3, Sunnyside Daycare, where much of the action takes place, doesn't turn out to be all that sunny. Especially not under the tyrannical rule ofLots-o'-Huggin' Bear, a deceivingly lovable stuffed animal who's taking his abandonment issues out on the toys at the daycare center. New toys are subjected to the harsh playtime of the toddlers in the Caterpillar Room, while Lots-o' and his cohorts get to have gentle, relaxed playtime in the Butterfly Room. The system at hand is corrupt, and Buzz isn't going to let it stand.

But when Buzz goes to the other side to complain, he finds himself captured by Lots-o's crew, with his software switched from "play" mode to "demo" mode. Demo Buzz finds our space ranger back to his old delusional mindset, but now under the eye of Lots-o', he's been tricked into thinking his friends are the enemy, leading him to lock them up in a de facto daycare prison. Though the real Buzz is hiding underneath there somewhere, our fearless gang has no choice put to pull a prison escape to foil their Demo nemesis.

Outside of the main Toy Story films, Woody, Buzz, and the gang get up to all sorts of mischief in the series of Toy Story Toons released by Disney-Pixar. From Hawaiian vacations to dinosaur raves, these bite-sized shorts give us an extra glimpse into the lives of toys when the humans aren't around to play. However, they don't always show Buzz Lightyear in the most positive light. Or, at least, a version of Buzz Lightyear, anyway. In "Small Fry," a kids meal version of Buzz is sick and tired of not being played with, and he switches places with Bonnie's Buzz in the ball pit of Poultry Palace, leaving our hero Buzz to be trapped in a fast food fortress that reeks of chicken fingers. Luckily, Woody and the gang aren't fooled at all by this new (pint-sized) Buzz, and after some at-home antics, Kids Meal Buzz is back where he belongs and getting help from a support group of fellow abandoned kids' meal toys.

Outside of the main Toy Story films, Woody, Buzz, and the gang get up to all sorts of mischief in the series of Toy Story Toons released by Disney-Pixar. From Hawaiian vacations to dinosaur raves, these bite-sized shorts give us an extra glimpse into the lives of toys when the humans aren't around to play. However, they don't always show Buzz Lightyear in the most positive light. Or, at least, a version of Buzz Lightyear, anyway.

In "Small Fry," a kids meal version of Buzz is sick and tired of not being played with, and he switches places with Bonnie's Buzz in the ball pit of Poultry Palace, leaving our hero Buzz to be trapped in a fast food fortress that reeks of chicken fingers. Luckily, Woody and the gang aren't fooled at all by this new (pint-sized) Buzz, and after some at-home antics, Kids Meal Buzz is back where he belongs and getting help from a support group of fellow abandoned kids' meal toys.

This may not be something "terrible" that Buzz has done, per se, but for much of Toy Story 4, the final film in the Toy Story saga, Buzz Lightyear seems at a loss to figure out how best to make decisions in the world. Early in the film, Woody tells him to listen to his "inner voice," which Buzz the lovable, literal Boy Scout he is takes to mean the buttons on his chest plate that activate his catchphrases. So, for much of the film, Buzz abandons his own agency and leaves his decision-making to the whims of his personal voice box. So as he catapults himself through a carnival wonderland, he only lets his limited series of catchphrases dictate his next move. It's a humorous turn for this character to take, even if it means not really trusting his own gut when trying to save Woody.

This may not be something "terrible" that Buzz has done, per se, but for much of Toy Story 4, the final film in the Toy Story saga, Buzz Lightyear seems at a loss to figure out how best to make decisions in the world. Early in the film, Woody tells him to listen to his "inner voice," which Buzz the lovable, literal Boy Scout he is takes to mean the buttons on his chest plate that activate his catchphrases.

So, for much of the film, Buzz abandons his own agency and leaves his decision-making to the whims of his personal voice box. So as he catapults himself through a carnival wonderland, he only lets his limited series of catchphrases dictate his next move. It's a humorous turn for this character to take, even if it means not really trusting his own gut when trying to save Woody.

In the climax of Toy Story 4, Bonnie and her family are driving away from the town of Grand Basin in their RV, and Woody is still stuck at the town's antique shop. Surely there's no way the two can be reunited by the film's end? Not if Buzz Lightyear has anything to say about it. With the help of Trixie, Mrs. Potato Head, and Buttercup the unicorn, Buzz and the gang disguise themselves as the family's GPS and reroute their road trip back to the carnival to rendezvous with Woody. It seems like a great plan, until you take Bonnie and her parents into the equation. Poor Bonnie's dad, who's had to deal with flat tires and lost toys all day, is now dealing with, to his knowledge, a fantastically malfunctioning automobile, somehow self-driving back to the carnival from where they just left. Buzz's plan may have worked in getting the van back to Woody, but all at the expense of Bonnie's dad, whose fate lies in the hands of the police and multiple stress headaches.

In the climax of Toy Story 4, Bonnie and her family are driving away from the town of Grand Basin in their RV, and Woody is still stuck at the town's antique shop. Surely there's no way the two can be reunited by the film's end? Not if Buzz Lightyear has anything to say about it. With the help of Trixie, Mrs. Potato Head, and Buttercup the unicorn, Buzz and the gang disguise themselves as the family's GPS and reroute their road trip back to the carnival to rendezvous with Woody.

It seems like a great plan, until you take Bonnie and her parents into the equation. Poor Bonnie's dad, who's had to deal with flat tires and lost toys all day, is now dealing with, to his knowledge, a fantastically malfunctioning automobile, somehow self-driving back to the carnival from where they just left. Buzz's plan may have worked in getting the van back to Woody, but all at the expense of Bonnie's dad, whose fate lies in the hands of the police and multiple stress headaches.

billy | disney wiki | fandom

billy | disney wiki | fandom

Billy Background information Feature films Toy Story 2 (cameo) Short films Tin Toy Animators John Lasseter Character information Likes Playing, spit, teething rings, retail boxes and paper bags (momentarily) Dislikes Getting hurt, being tickled, poop in his diaper Status Unknown Source Billy is a infant characterwho appears in the 1988 Disney/Pixar short,Tin Toy.

In the short, he is delighted to play with Tinny, who is initially happy to play with Billy until he sees how roughly the infant handles his other toys. Chewing and dribbling on his teething ring and destroying his beads. When he tries to walk away, his musical instruments on his back play notes, intriguing Billy, who playfully crawls in chase before getting up to walk. Tinny attempts to rush out of the room but instead ran directly into his box, quickly realizing and using it to gain momentum before running beneath the couch. While walking and trying to find Tinny, Billy falls over, and begins to cry. Pitying the infant as no one came to console him, Tinny tries to go and cheer him up. When he does, Billy manages to cheer up, but not before grabbing and shaking Tinny violently and throwing him to the side, showing how ungrateful the infant is. He then begins to play with the cardboard tin toy box and when Tinny recovers he becomes furious to see the infant playing with a box. Tinny tickles his foot to get his attention but Billy moves over, only for the camera to reveal the infant now stuck in the paper bag shown at the start of the short that Tinny came in, before getting up and waddling aimlessly around the room. Tinny tries to follow Billy to get his attention, but is still ignored as Billy waddles around and out of the room with Tinny selfishly in chase not realizing the potential danger the infant is in.

Television: Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Toy Story Treats Toy Story Toons (Hawaiian Vacation Small Fry Partysaurus Rex) Music: Toy Story Toy Story 2 Toy Story 3 Toy Story 4 The Legacy Collection: Toy Story Video Games: Toy Story: The Video Game Toy Story 2: The Video Game Toy Story 3: The Video Game Toy Story: Animated StoryBook Toy Story: Activity Center Toy Story 2: Activity Center Toy Story Racer Toy Story Mania! Toy Story Drop! Kinect Rush: A Disney/Pixar Adventure Disney Infinity Disney Crossy Road Kingdom Hearts III Disney Emoji Blitz Disney Heroes: Battle Mode Disney Getaway Blast Books: Classic Storybook Disney's Wonderful World of Reading Little Golden Book The Art of Toy Story 3 The Toy Story Films: An Animated Journey The Art of Toy Story 4

Entertainment: "A Whole New World" A Magical Disney Songbook 2 Disney's Showtime Spectacular Fantasmic! Horseshoe Roundup Mickey and the Wondrous Book Mickey presents: Happy Anniversary Disneyland Paris Mickey's Magical Music World Once Upon a Mouse Pixar Playtime Pals The Golden Mickeys Toy Story: The Musical Restaurants: Alien Pizza Planet Toy Box Cafe Toy Story Pizza Planet Arcade Woodys Lunch Box Poultry Palace Roundup Rodeo BBQ Restaurant Shops: Al's Toy Barn Andy's Engine Andy's Toy Box Buzz's Star Command Little Green Men Store Command Slinky Dog's Gift Trolley Toy Story Playland Boutique Parades: Block Party Bash Disney's Dreams On Parade: Moving On Disney's Party Express Disney Cinema Parade Disney Magic on Parade Disney on Parade Disney Stars on Parade Flights of Fantasy Parade Happiness is Here Parade Jubilation! Mickey's New Year's Eve Parade Move It! Shake It! Dance and Play It! Street Party Mickey's Rainy Day Express Mickey's Storybook Express Paint The Night Parade Pixar Play Parade Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights Fireworks: Celebrate the Magic Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland Happily Ever After ILLUMINATE! A Nighttime Celebration The Magic, the Memories and You Together Forever: A Pixar Nighttime Spectacular World of Color Spring: Disney's Easter Wonderland Disney's Spring Promenade Summer: Mickey's WaterWorks Pixar Water Play Street Party! Stitch and Friends Summer Surprise Halloween: The Nightmare Experiment Christmas: A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas Disney Christmas Stories Disney Dreams! of Christmas Disney Gifts of Christmas Disney's White Holiday Parade La Parade de Nol Disney Mickey's Most Merriest Celebration

Humans: Andy Davis Molly Davis Mrs. Davis Sid Phillips Hannah Phillips Al McWhiggin Geri Emily Bonnie Anderson Mr. Anderson Mrs. Anderson Daisy Ronald Tompkins Mason Harmony Margaret the Store Owner Carol Miss Wendy Axel the Carnie Rosie Rejean Billy Animals: Scud Buster Mr. Jones Dragon the Cat Deleted characters: Shakes Seorita Cactus

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