When Toy Story 3 was knocked off of its 100 rotten tomatoes review level by two contrinarians who gave bad reviews because they wanted to be contrary, the director responded by tweeting "You are sad, strange little men, and you have my pity."
Ditto for Hamm. "Oh for crying out loud, they're all in boxes, you idiot!"
Mr. Potato Head and Hamm play Battleship, especially when you notice Potato has called every spot on Hamm's grid except the ones where his ships are.
And Hamm has done exactly the opposite, having not missed once. Considering that out of the 100 squares on a typical Battleship grid, 17 of them will be occupied by ships and 83 aren't, it's anyone's guess how they managed that.
Perhaps a failure to understand how it's supposed to be played?
Or perhaps this is how they want to play. Potato Head's offering of body parts is oddly similar to strip poker in hindsight...
Woody miming friendship with Buzz's arm.
"I don't believe that man's ever been to medical school."
Woody turns Prospector's box around to reveal...Prospector talking to twin Barbies.
Prospector: So you two are absolutely identical? You know I could probably get you a part in Toy Story 3... (realizing they're filming) Oh, I'm sorry are we back? Well girls, lovely talking with you! Yes any time you'd like some tips on acting I'd be glad to chat with you. Now off you go!
The fact that he looks at their asses as they walk out just makes it even funnier.
The ridiculously long list of items Mrs. Potato Head tells Mr. Potato Head to bring with him:
Mrs. Potato Head: And monkey chow!
Mr. Potato Head: Monkey chow? For what?
Mrs. Potato Head: WELL, FOR THE MONKEYS OF COURSE!!
(monkeys swarm all over Mr. Potato Head)
The various pranks Woody plays on Buzz during the outtakes. Such as the old "ink on the binoculars' rims" trick. Buzz takes the pranks in stride at first, but quickly gets annoyed, making the whole thing even funnier.
"THIS SPACE FOR RENT."
Yet more outtakes: the scene where Buzz is walking through the entire aisle of Buzz Lightyear toys... with Woody in one of the boxes, making the silliest expression ever at him. Cracks me up every time. Even Buzz can't resist laughing.
Mr. Potato Head trying to unlock the door, only for Utility Buzz to accidentally launch him in the air, followed by a genuine scream and Hamm's classy "Haha!".
Rex, barging in, busting everything in his path during an important scene to ask...
Toy!Stinky Pete has a solemn, Tranquil Fury air to him; in stark contrast, Puppet!Stinky Pete is a rambunctious Yosemite Sam-type character. Watch as he comes up in the theme song; you can see Toy!Stinky doing a Face Palm.
Puppet!Stinky Pete: Has anyone seen my pick? (Pick is in his rear)
Buzz and the gang are in Al's Toy Barn, where they stumble upon Tour Guide Barbie. Mr Potato Head immediately begins chanting that he is a "married spud", while Hamm tells him to step aside for the single fellas.
Pretty much any scene with Spanish Buzz. Why? Let me phrase it like this. So far we've seen at least 3 different multiple Buzz personalities already (Space Ranger, Enlightened and Mrs. Nesbit). Yet PIXAR has somehow managed to take the idea of a deluded Space Ranger and up it to the 11 make it new and fresh again. Plus, he's a Flamenco Dancing Astronaut, do I really need to explain?
Jessie's reaction to Spanish Buzz Lightyear.
Jessie: Did you fix Buzz?
Hamm: Eh... sort of.
This troper had read about Spanish Flamenco Buzz before seeing Toy Story 3, and knew it was coming, so she thought the humor was ruined for her. She expected sombreros. She expected maracas. But when Buzz simply pulled up his wrist-microphone and spoke in deep, dark, intrigued, flowing Spanish, the theater broke into hysterical laughter from which there was no recovery. The same went for his 'greeting' of Woody. And his interaction with Jessie. You know what I mean. You know you felt it too.
And for that matter, Woody's reaction to Spanish Buzz Lightyear.
The Brazilian dubbing makes that even funnier ("Yes, plastic metrosexual!").
For this troper, it was the line of "You don't even know me from GI Joe!" that made her giggle. This was because her father always used to say that Barbie should end up with G.I. Joe instead of Ken because, and I quote, "Ken is too big a baby and G.I. Joe is a real man."
That line about G.I. Joe made me immediately think about one of Bill Engvell's jokes about Barbie cheating on Ken with an "IG Joe".
Heh, remember that project when a group was replacing Barbie's voice boxes with G.I. Joe's?
This scene after realizing the how literal that line is.
Ken: It's almost like we were..
Ken and Barbie: -Made- for each other.
One of the funniest parts about him was wordless and didn't actually have him in it: when Barbie goes to pick up Buzz's operating manual disguised in Ken's astronaut suit, the bookworm notices the high heels "Ken" is wearing and gives "him" a sharp look as if to say "You know, we always kind of wondered about that boy..."
Woody: Look, I just need to know how to get out of here.
Buttercup (melodramatically): There is no way out!
Buttercup: Just kidding, door's right over there.
Jessie:Don't worry! I'll be fine! *whispers* Besides, I know about Buzz's Spanish mode.
Buzz:My what mode?
Any scene involving "Mr. Tortilla Head". This Troper had tears in their eyes from holding back laughter.
Chuckles. Just Chuckles. He was probably the most depressing character in the movie, but the cut to his -_____- face absolutely KILLED both the audiences this troper saw it with (including herself).
Barbie: "Authority should derive from the consent of the governed, not from the threat of force!"
During the end credits, when the gang read a letter from Sunnyside, written in very neat, curly, and pink handwriting. It is not from Barbie, as they initially think, but Ken. The kicker? He signs it "Hugs and Kisses!"
Buzz: That Barbie's got some nice handwriting.
Jessie: Uhh... Buzz? Barbie didn't write that...
The line that seemed to get the most laughs in the theater comes right after Molly throws Barbie in the donation box:
Jessie: Poor Barbie!
Hamm: I get the Corvette.
Woody introducing himself to Dolly cracks me up for some reason. It's the delivery of the line that nails it:
Woody: The name's Woody.
Dolly: Woody, huh? You're gonna stick with that?
"Of course, you're getting this from a doll named Dolly."
The pairing of Rex and Trixie as video game partners, each getting excited about the game and then collapsing after they defeat it. The best part? Trying to high five each other even though Rex's hands are too short.
Despite being sort of scary and weird, brainwashed Buzz has some really funny quotes. "Quiet, musical hog!"
Actually, every single line said by Spanish Mode Buzz is hilarious if you've ever seen Spanish soap operas. The longer lines he says are as cheesy as the lines can get in an actual Spanish soap opera. The voice actor's over the top delivery of the lines is the cincher, though.
What about this line?
"I got to get home to my owner." (Shows him his ANDY boot upside-down)
Pretty much everything said by Bonnie during her playtime is a combination of this and Heartwarming Moments: "The ghosts are throwing pies!", "I have the secret ingredient-Jellybeans!", "We need a spaceship to get away from the witch!"
"SOMEBODY'S POISONED THE WATERHOLE!" "Poison?!" *spits out a jellybean*
This shot, after Bonnie's had a little too much pretend coffee. C'mon, say it with me: awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!
And on that note, after Bonnie goes away Woody tries to find out where he is, only for the other toys to take a few seconds to remember what kind of bizarre scenario they're part of this time.
When Jessie admits to Woody he was right about Andy not throwing them away:
Jessie: "Woody, we were wrong to leave Andy. I-I was wrong."
Mr. Potato Head: "Jessie's right, Woody. She was wrong!"