Toy Story 3 was a warm and uplifting film that had its sad ending. Andy was leaving however he had to leave the toys in a secure new home with Bonnie Toy Story 4.
We’re here to inform you that this isn’t the case.
As we learn at the beginning the fourth episode of Toy Story 4, Bonnie has been neglecting Woody to make Jessie her sheriff. This is fine and good and it’s okay for her to feel closer to Jessie rather than Woody.
But, Woody doesn’t even get to leave the wardrobe. He’s not just been supplanted as sheriff. He’s also was resentfully ignored by Bonnie who is the one who’s actually the real villain of Toy Story 4.
Why? Think back to the conclusion Toy Story 3. Toy Story 3.
Andy was keen to donate all of his possessions to Bonnie because he was headed to college, but Woody was not part of that plan. He was determined to keeping Woody with him in college.
Andy was unaware that Woody had entered the box following the note that brought Andy toward Bonnie. “My Cowboy!” Bonnie says as she notices Woody although Bonnie recognizes Woody, Andy still keeps Woody away from her.
Bonnie’s sad expression prompts him to reconsider his position – But not without giving important guidelines to Bonnie.
“Now Woody, he’s been my friend since you can recall. He’s courageous, just as cowboys ought to be. Smart, kind and a great listener, but what is what makes Woody distinctive is the fact that he’ll never let you down for a second, never. Woody will be there for you regardless of what. You think you’ll help him take care of me?”
Bonnie agrees. She clearly has a hilarious method of displaying it, laughing Woody into the closet only few minutes after Andy handed him over to her.
You can claim that Bonnie is just a kid and that they didn’t sign a contract. However, take into consideration that at the close the fourth episode of Toy Story 4 her blunders caused grave consequences.
Woody realizes in Toy Story 4 that Bonnie is (of course) not Andy So when he’s given the chance to go to the highway along with Bo Peep, he does do. “Bonnie will be fine,” Buzz tells Woody and, of course, she will.
What happens to Andy?
The beloved toy of his is off the grid and is likely to never ever see him again. Don’t forget that Andy was determined to send Woody on a trip to university, and Andy had the intention of keeping him, loving him , and perhaps passing Woody onto as a gold-plated family legacy.
Then something (some one) that could have been handed through to Andy’s children and his grandchildren is lost for ever. They’ll never be aware that someone’s poisoned the waterhole or Woody’s most loved deputy. They’ll never be aware that there’s a Snake in his Boot.
The reason for this is that Bonnie was unable to keep a single untrue commitment.
Get over Sid We’ve found a new bad guy in town.