Bonnie Anderson is a supporting character in the Disney•Pixar Toy Story franchise, first introduced in Toy Story 3. She is a young girl who becomes the owner of Woody, Buzz, and the rest of Andy's toys after Andy heads off for college.
Why She Rocked
- She was a very cute character, being introduced in the 3rd film.
- Like Andy, she is very creative, imaginative and kind when it comes to playing with her toys.
- She gives all of her toys the love and attention equally, and just like Andy, she’s one of the reasons they all get along so well and be a family.
- When she sees Woody for the first time, when he got stuck in a tree, she helps free him from it, showing she’s willing to help any toy who’s stuck.
- Emily Hahn does a great job voicing her.
- She has a nice family bond with her mother.
- She’s also a good friend to others, as seen when she played with Mason, and helped him show that playing with toys is important and that you shouldn’t spend all of your play time on video games.
- She kept her promise to Andy and she plays with Woody and made sure to take care of him equally like her and the rest of Andy's toys.
- She is still likable in Toy Story Toons, as well as the specials, "Of Terror!" and "That Time Forget".
- A faun that resembles her appears in the beginning of Onward (another Disney•Pixar film).
- She can be oblivious to a few things, like how Barbie and Ken sneaked into her backpack in "Hawaiian Vacation", so she unknowingly takes them out of her pre-school, and how Mini-Buzz switched places with Buzz in "Small Fry", so she unknowingly takes the display only toy out of the restaurant.
- She was sadly flanderized in Toy Story 4, becoming a toy neglector, mainly, not playing with Woody anymore, and that’s one of the reasons why Woody left Bonnie and the other toys at the end of the film.