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Concept One Unisex's Disney Pixar Toy Story 4 Baseball Cap, Buzz Lightyear Adult Snapback Hat with Flat Brim, Multicolor, One Size

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Jessie: "Uhh, Buzz? Barbie didn't write this." —Buzz remarks on the message, only for Jessie to pinpoint Ken's signature at the end Buzz: "I don't know what came over me." Woody: Well, if you hadn't shown up inside your stupid little cardboard spaceship and taken away everything that was important to me-- Hey! Tuberous Root Man! Wake up!" —Buzz angrily calls for Mr. Potato Head in his cell "Impossible!" —Buzz, as he sees a real potato instead of Mr. Potato Head in his cell Ken: "Good work, Lightyear! Resume your, uh...Space-guy thing-y!" Additionally, Lightyear tips its hat to James Cameron’s 1986 sequel, Aliens, where at one point Buzz and his crew of rookies find an old, abandoned outpost for their colony which has been overrun by hibernating alien monsters, not unlike what happened to the space colony’s nuclear coolant plant on LV-426. Later on one of the space cadets attempts to fight off the enemy in a yellow loading vehicle reminiscent of Ripley’s iconic loader from the Aliens climax. Lost in Space (1998) Darn it, Woody!" —Buzz, in an outtake, after seeing "This Space For Rent" written on his wings From Toy Story 3 Buzz: "Glad I could catch the train!"

Woody: "Besides, when all it ends, I'll have old Buzz Lightyear to keep me company for infinity and beyond." —Buzz and Woody, last dialogue in Toy Story 2, as they accept the fact that Andy will eventually grow up Some of Buzz Lightyear’s most humorous quotes come from the first Toy Story movie, but not because he was trying to get a laugh. He took himself way too seriously, not realizing that he was actually a toy. Buzz didn’t really understand why no one saw him as a genuine Space Ranger. Buzz appears during the end credits of Cars as a car, arguing with Woody. He is a Space Rover, and Woody is a woody station wagon. Woody: “Snap out of it, Buzz!” (opens Buzz's helmet, angrily slaps his head with his severed arm, then closes the helmet) The use of flashes by Buzz to stun Stinky Pete in Toy Story 2 is similar to (and possibly in reference to) the use of flashes by Homer and Bart to stun malfunctioning robots in the 1994 Simpsons episode " Itchy & Scratchy Land." This was in turn a reference to Michael Crichton's movie Westworld.In the first film, it was the current Buzz Lightyear who believed he was a space ranger until he learned he was just a toy. Buzz: “I'm sorry. You're right. I'm just a little depressed, that's all. I can get through this. Oh, I'm a sham!” Still, there are a few other elements, such as when Buzz arrives on the film’s main planet and attempts to reach Star Command by saying, “Buzz Lightyear to Star Command, respond. Why don’t they answer?” which is taken straight out of the 1995 movie. E.T. Buzz #2: "You're in direct violation of Code 6404.5 stating all space rangers are to be in hyper-sleep until awakened by authorized personnel." Woody: Hey Buzz, get over here and see if you can get this toolbox off me! [Buzz looks away, depressed] Oh, come on Buzz, I... I can't do this without you. I need your help.

Buzz jumps over to the side of the desk, while Woody sneaks over to RC's remote, waking him up, and aiming him directly at Buzz]Across the Toy Story franchise, Buzz has some iconic quotes that any Disney fan knows. Here are some of his most thoughtful, memorable quotes from Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. Star Command, I've been taken hostage by my own prisoners!" —Buzz, as he attempts to escape the toys "Unhand me, Zurg scum! The Galactic Courts will show you no mercy!" —Buzz, pinned down by the toys, as he tries to wrench himself free As Spanish Buzz Spanish Buzz: "Bitácora Espacial... Me he despertado del hiper-sueño en un planeta extraño. (Star Log... I've awakened from hyper-sleep on a strange planet.)" Buzz: “Well no, I’m actually stationed at the Gamma Quadrant, Sector Four, as an elite Universe Protection Unit. I protect the Galaxy from the Evil Emperor Zurg, sworn enemy of the Galactic Alliance!” Rex: "But look at my little arms! I can't press the fire button and jump at the same time!" —Rex and Buzz, after Rex loses the video game It is interesting to note that in every Toy Story film (excluding the fourth film) there is one delusional Buzz Lightyear toy who believes he is a space ranger.

Buzz is similar to Bolt from the 2008 film of the same name, as both believe to possess their TV shows' super powers, and yet, they do not have them. It is then later that both heroes realize (and admit) it. When he foolishly attempts to take the newer Buzz's Utility Belt, the New Buzz suddenly springs to life, mistaken him for an AWOL space ranger and overpowers him in a fight, while also further Andy's Buzz's realization about how deluded he was in the previous film. Andy's Buzz tries to convince New Buzz that the latter is a toy just like him, only to irritate him instead. New Buzz then restrains and imprisons Andy's Buzz in an empty Buzz Lightyear cardboard box and places him on the shelf. When the toys cruise by, Andy's Buzz sees the toys taking New Buzz, and angrily shouts, " YOU'VE GOT THE WRONG BUZZ!" but they don't hear him from inside imprisonment box and take New Buzz with them anyway, leaving him behind still struggling with his hands and legs tied up. Woody: [exploding with rage] You...are...a...toy-y-y!! You are not the real Buzz Lightyear! Oh, you're an action figure! You are a child's play thing!! Buzz does a Vulcan salute from the Star Trek series when saying "Farewell" to Woody at the gas station, when leaving Andy's house to embark on his mission to rescue Woody, and when saying "Farewell" to the other Buzz who is playing catch with Emperor Zurg.Buzz: "Right now, poised away at the edge of the galaxy, Emperor Zurg has been secretly building a weapon with the destructive capacity to annihilate an entire planet! I alone have information that reveals this weapon's only weakness. And you, my friend, are responsible for delaying my rendezvous with Star Command!" On Christmas Day at Andy's new house, Buzz (now with his helmet permanently open for the first time) is seen sitting on the bed, listening to Sarge's voice through the baby monitor. Woody joins Buzz as they sit on the bed together, and Woody asks Buzz if he isn't worried about being replaced and what present for Andy may be worse than him. When the toys hear that Andy has received a puppy, Woody and Buzz look at each other with a surprised, dreaded smile on both their faces. Spanish Buzz: "¿Mi nave? ¿Lo encontraste? ¡Excelente! (My ship? You know where it is? Excellent!)" —Woody persuades Spanish Buzz to escape with him Woody: "This is the perfect time to panic! I'm lost. Andy is gone. They're gonna move from their house in two days, and it's all your fault!"

When Toy Story was being made, Buzz wasn't going to be in the main plot. Tinny was going to be in his place. But John Lasseter decided a tin toy wouldn't be a good toy for a boy, so Tinny was scrapped and Lasseter decided to put in a military/space character that a boy would want so badly. When names came around, the original two were Lunar Larry and Tempis from Morph.That evening, Buzz regrets having moved into the Caterpillar Room and wants him and the other toys to be moved with Lotso, so he sneaks out of the room, with help from the other toys, to find him. Following a few of Lotso's henchmen, he sneaks into the vending machine and climbs to the very top, only to overhear what the Sunnyside toys are planning to do with Buzz and his friends. However, just as Buzz is about to leave the vending machine, he bumps into Big Baby, who has just entered and throws Buzz onto the table, and Lotso's henchmen capture him and bring him to Lotso. As of Toy Story of Terror!, Buzz and Rex are the only two Toy Story characters who have appeared in every medium in the franchise. This remained true until Forky Asks a Question. Buzz: "Don't worry, Woody. In just a few hours, you'll be sitting around a campfire with Andy making delicious hot 'sch'moes.'" When Buzz first met Lotso, he considered him a friend. However, when Buzz asked Lotso to transfer Andy's toys to the Butterfly Room, Lotso only agreed to let Buzz come, which made Buzz question Lotso's kindness. When Buzz ultimately refused to go without his friends, Lotso had him brainwashed, which Buzz didn't like. Later at the junkyard, despite the fact Lotso made Buzz abandon his friends, he and Woody still saved helped from getting shredded. But when Lotso left Buzz and his friends to be killed at the incinerator, Buzz knew his short-lived friendship with Lotso was over.

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