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Toy Story 3 quotes

Woody: (in Bonnie's room) Look, I just need to get out of here...
Buttercup: (dramatically) There is no way out! (Woody stares at him in horror)
Buttercup: Just kidding. Door's right over there. (he points)

Lotso: Where's your kid now, Sheriff?

Bookworm: (after rummaging in the shelves) All right, Ken. Here you go (he throws down the manual)
Bookworm: But I don't know why it couldn't have waited until tomorrow. (Barbie picks up the manual and salutes Bookworm)
Bookworm: (Barbie walks away, and Bookworm sees her high-heeled shoes) Huh?
Bookworm: (after a pause, he rolls his eyes) Sheesh!

Woody: (Chatter Telephone rings. Woody picks up phone) Hello?
Chatter Telephone: You shouldn't have come back cowboy. They've cracked down hard since you left. More guards, more patrols, you and your friends ain't ever getting out of here now.
Woody: I made it out once.
Chatter Telephone: You got LUCKY once. Want my advice? Keep your heads down, you'll survive.
Woody: Yeah, for how long?
Chatter Telephone: I've been here years, they'll never break me. There's only one way toys leave this place. (Both see the janitor dropping a toy train down the trash chute)
Chatter Telephone: Poor fella. Trash truck comes at dawn, then it's off to the dump.
Woody: Look, I appreciate your concern old-timer, but we have a kid waiting for us. Now, we're leaving. If you'd help us, one toy to another, I'd sure be grateful.
Chatter Telephone: (pause) Well... if you're gonna get out, first things you're gonna get through is the doors. Locked every night, inside and out, keys are left on a hook in the office.
Woody: Got it. What else?
Chatter Telephone: Lotso has trucks patrolling all night long. Hallway, lobby, playground...
Woody: Yeah, yeah, yeah, but what about the wall?
Chatter Telephone: Eight feet high; cinder block; No way through it. You go over, or under.
Woody: That's it? It doesn't seem so bad.
Chatter Telephone: It's not. Your REAL problem's the monkey. The Monkey's the eye in the sky. He sees everything... classrooms, hallways, even the playground. You can unlock doors, sneak past guards, climb the wall, but if you don't take out that monkey you ain't going nowhere. You want to get out of here... GET RID OF THAT MONKEY!

Ken: Barbie, come with me! Live in my Dream House! I know it's crazy! I know we've just met! Aw, heck - you don't know me from GI Joe. But when I look at you I feel like we were...
Ken: ...made for each other.
Ken: (gasp) (Jessie and Mrs. Potato Head encourage Barbie to accept his offer)
Barbie: Yay!

Woody: You wait. Andy's gonna tuck us in the attic. It'll be safe and warm...
Buzz Lightyear: And we'll all be together.
Woody: Exactly! There's games up there and books and...
Buzz Lightyear: The race car track!
Woody: The race car track. Thank you!
Slinky Dog: And the old TV.
Woody: There you go, the old TV. And those guys from the Christmas decorations box. They're fun, right?

Mr. Potato Head: (after spending the night in the daycare sandbox) It was cold and dark, nothing but sand and a couple of Lincoln Logs.
Hamm the Piggy Bank: Eh... I don't think those were Lincoln Logs.

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