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Gabby Gabby is an old vintage doll from the 1950s, but her voice box deteriorated overtime and she grew bitter toward never being adopted by any kids, so she grew resentful toward other toys and took control of the dummies in the shop. Her goal in the film is to steal Woody’s voice box, so she’ll finally get played with.
Role in the film
She first encounters Woody and Forky when she and Benson are going out for their evening stroll. When she hears that Woody was looking for Bo Peep, she offers him a ride. But even though he refuses, she insists on it, and the Bensons put Woody and Forky into the carriage. While Forky is captured, Gabby Gabby babysits Forky until Woody comes back.
Later, when Bo Peep, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Ducky, Bunny and Duke Caboom rescue Forky, they run into Gabby Gabby, who wanted to talk with Woody.
After Woody's friends leave him, Woody gives his voice box to Gabby and will take her to Bonnie. Bo and the gang (except Buzz) return and help Woody and Gabby Gabby get to Bonnie's RV, and Bonnie has taken Forky but she forgot her backpack.
After Duke Caboom gets the gang to ground, Ducky and Bunny cue Gabby Gabby to a lost girl, who decides to keep her. The lost girl is reunited with her parents by a security guard and Gabby Gabby leaves with her new owner as Bonnie and her family arrive back at the RV park.
- She is the only Toy Story toy-villain main antagonist to redeem herself, making her the second known Toy Story main villain to be reformed after Sid Phillips.
- Gabby Gabby is based on Talky Tina from the The Twilight Zone episode "Living Doll".