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Despite her appearing malevolent, she was not intentionally evil throughout the film, as she neither abused nor tortured Forky or Billy, Goat and Gruff. Also, she did not hurt Woody while she got his voice box, as the Bensons worked carefully with him. Gabby also kept her promise to him as she released Forky and Bo Peep's sheep after she received his voice box. In return, Gabby helped Woody return to Bonnie, but not before changing their plans by being with a kid, who is lost at the carnival, further cementing her redemption. Gabby Gabby is also the only main villain in the Toy Story film series to redeem herself, at least onscreen ( Sid Phillips, the main antagonist of the first Toy Story film, is implied to have changed his ways for good as later seen in Toy Story 3, but his apparent reform takes place offscreen).
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Despite her initial antagonistic role as manipulative and covetous, she wasn't actually evil throughout the film, as she neither abused nor tortured Forky or Billy, Goat, and Gruff. Also, she didn't hurt Woody while she got his voice box, as the Bensons worked carefully with him. Gabby also kept her promise to him as she released Forky and Bo Peep's sheep after she received his voice box. Shops: Al's Toy Barn • Andy's Engine • Andy's Toy Box • Buzz's Star Command • Little Green Men Store Command • Slinky Dog's Gift Trolley • Toy Story Playland Boutique However, she had some redeeming qualities even before she became good, as she honors her deal with Woody that she would let him and Forky go after he lets her take his voice box. She also treated the Bensons with respect implying that her kindness wasn't a mere front. After seeing that Harmony rejected her, Gabby still tries to be adopted by a child, which eventually causes her to redeem herself after Woody gives her his voice box. Gabby Gabby is also very intelligent and persuasive, using the information she got from Forky to convince Woody into giving up his voice box.Gabby tells Woody she knows Bo and offers to take the four to her in the stroller. During the ride, Gabby reveals to them her broken voice box and asks if she can see Woody's. But he refuses and wants to leave, having become increasingly disturbed by the situation. However, more Bensons soon appear as Gabby makes her intentions clear: to take Woody's voice box of herself. Gabby Gabby is the only female main antagonist in the Toy Story franchise. She started out as an antagonist to anti-hero and later tragic hero. Gabby Gabby is the second main Pixar movie villain who redeems herself after Mor'du from Brave. However, Mor'du redeemed himself after his defeat, whereas Gabby Gabby redeemed herself by choice.
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Unlike Lotso and Stinky Pete, Gabby Gabby isn't a ruthless tyrant despite being the main antagonist. She also never goes too far as to try to kill the main characters. She is also the second main Pixar movie villain to be a female, the first being Screenslaver from Incredibles 2. Unlike Screenslaver (or Evelyn Deavor), Gabby Gabby was redeemed while Screenslaver wasn't.Andy's House • Sid's House • Dinoco • Pizza Planet • Al's Toy Barn • Al's Penthouse • Tri-County International Airport • Wild West • Sunnyside Daycare • Butterfly Room • Caterpillar Room • Ken's Dream House • Vending Machine • Bonnie's House • Daisy's House • Tri-County Sanitation • Tri-County Landfill • Incinerator • Poultry Palace • Sleep Well • Second Chance Antiques • The Carnival Woody stays behind to approach Gabby Gabby in the box where she was thrown, not having moved. Gabby Gabby offers to return his voice box as she claims she doesn't need it anymore, but Woody insists she keep it. Although she tells Woody to go away, Woody offers to get Gabby Gabby adopted by Bonnie. Even though she is initially scared that Bonnie will reject her as well, Bo Peep arrives at that time to encourage her to try because Gabby Gabby will not get anywhere if she just stays on a shelf like Bo did. Convinced, Gabby Gabby accompanies them.
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Gabby Gabby is the third most recurring villain in the Toy Story franchise after Sid and Emperor Zurg. Through this, it can be assumed that she is more of an anti-hero or a tragic anti-villain than an outright villain of malicious nature. Gabby's personality is in marked contrast to the heartless sadism of Lotso and the embittered resentment by Stinky Pete in previous films. Like Sid, who vowed never to hurt a toy again after being scarred for life from the toys who scared him into submission, Gabby accepts a chance to reform after being shown the error of her ways, voluntarily having herself adopted by a lost girl in atonement for her bad deeds. Films: You've Got a Friend in Me • Strange Things • I Will Go Sailing No More • Woody's Roundup • When She Loved Me • We Belong Together • Dream Weaver • Le Freak • Battlesaurs Theme • The Ballad of the Lonesome Cowboy • I Can't Let You Throw Yourself Away • Livin' Thing • Gravity • The Star-Spangled BannerGabby Gabby is a very complex character. When Woody and Forky first meet her, she seems like a very nice toy. However, right after meeting her, Woody and Forky soon learn that she is a bitter toy who is determined to get Woody's voice box, so she can finally be taken in by her dream owner. Like Stinky Pete, Gabby Gabby was initially never owned by a child, waiting years before being owned. However, Gabby Gabby merely had a defective voice box, unlike Stinky Pete, who wasn't sold due to the rising popularity of space toys (which he grew disdainful towards).