Segment Summary: Andy comes home from college for spring break, and his toys can't wait to greet him!
- This segment is a parody of Toy Story.
- The way Woody suffocated Buzz under a pillow could be a possible reference to a scene in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
- When Andy says "Domino, motherfucker," it could be a reference to Boyz N The Hood.
Trivia / Info:
- Jessie, Bullseye, Bo Peep, and Mrs. Potato Head do not appear in this sketch.
- Slinky's spring was sliver in this sketch in the Toy Story movies his spring was white.
- Andy's girlfriend resembles Hannah, Sid's sister in the first Toy Story.
- This sketch could be an alternate story of what would've happened if Andy chose to keep his toys after going to college.
- Mr. Potato Head is voiced by Frank Welker instead of Seth Green, who played him in two sketches.
- This is one of the most controversial skits in the entire series; with many fans calling it tasteless and heartbreaking. Others have claimed that it ruined their childhood as well.
Goofs / Nitpicks:
- Andy's toys were already donated to Bonnie Anderson before he went to college at the end of Toy Story 3. However, like it said in the "Trivia" section, Andy could've decided to keep his toys after going to college. (see above)
- There were three Little Green Men in Toy Story 3 and not one as it appears in the sketch.
- Etch wasn't living with Andy anymore in Toy Story 3 since he was one of the toys that were given away or donated.
- The background on the wall has stars in Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3, and the clouds in Toy Story are really in the sketch.
- Toys don't come to life when humans are around in the Toy Story movies.
- When Mr. Potato Head says, "What a freakin' jerk," (referring to Slinky) his lips aren't red.
- Hamm does not speak in the sketch although he did not have lines.
- There were six army soldiers in the sketch but in Toy Story 3 they did not appear but only three were left.
- Woody's legs were dark blue in the Toy Story movies, but they are light blue in the sketch.
- Hamm is smaller in this sketch, but in the Toy Story movies he is larger.
- Slinky's collar aren't green but in the next shot It was seen before he gets kicked aside