Woody first sees them after getting played with by Bonnie. One of the Peas-in-a-Pod ask him if he's a real cowboy, and before he gets to answer, another says no, he doesn't even have a cowboy hat. This causes Woody to notice that he's lost his hat.
In the end credits, the peas cause mischief inside Mr. Potato Head's body, causing a number of his parts to pop out, and Mr. Potato Head furiously warns the peas to stay out of his butt as they bounce away laughing.
Peas-in-a-Pod briefly appears when Woody announces that Bonnie has gone on vacation for winter break. Later, they are seen telling everyone Bonnie is coming.
They make a brief cameo as a drawing on Bonnie's wall.
The Peas-in-a-Pod only make a small appearance during the sequence of "You've Got a Friend in Me", where they are carried in a basket with other toys by Bonnie. They also make another cameo as a drawing on Bonnie's wall. It can be assumed that they are either in another part of the house, similar to Chuckles or Totoro or were given away.
The Peas-in-a-Pod make their appearance with the rest of Bonnie's toys as they are around a game board set up by Hamm to tell them about the journey in the third film.
- Peas-in-a-Pod are based on one of the Vegimals, stuffed toys resembling fruits and vegetables with faces, produced by Freemountain Toys in the late 1970s.
- The only Toy Story Toons episode they haven't appeared in is Small Fry.
- It's unknown why the Peas-in-a-Pod didn't have a major role in Toy Story 4, but they probably still live in Bonnie's house or were given away.