Bunny Pride, also known as Bunny, is a supporting character of the Disney/Pixar's fourth animation film Toy Story franchise.
He is the main protagonist of the films and a supporting character in other media. He is Woody's couple friend. He is a chubby blue fluffy toy rabbit who was on a popular children's carnival show called A Sunset Honeymoon with Woody & Bunny with Jessie, Bullseye, and Stinky Pete. Years after A Sunset Honeymoon with Woody & Bunny was done, Bunny becomes Woody's creation with a phone plugged to the online computer face. In each film, he leaves Andy's room (where he, Woody and the other toys live) and ventures out into the world. After Andy grew up, the duo became one of the toys of a young girl named Bonnie Anderson.
In the films, short films, and the TV specials, he is voiced by Jordan Peele, who also voiced and portrayed Beta Wolf from Storks, and Melvin Sneedly from Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie. In other media, he is voiced by Martin Lawrence. In the Japanese dub of the film, he is voiced by Shohei Nagata.
Bunny is a blue and green stuffed bunny, and a carnival prize who wants to be won. Ducky's left hand is permanently not attached to Bunny's right hand.
Bunny may be beautiful with his purple glittery eyes, thanks to the amazing technicolor that is blue and green on his fur. One of his main character traits is his selflessness, unlikely circumstances towards Woody. Bunny is helpful, honest, caring, highly intelligent, smug, sleepy (with Woody when Ducky brings them at night) and very melodic (he has a beautiful singing voice and gets better terms with Woody. Despite for humming).
He is very find of thoughtful to Woody and is very in love with him, unlike Ducky, who treated him like dirt, often for very main reasons that makes him seem like he's using him for his own series. Bunny also has a deep softspoken big guy affections towards Woody, while Ducky scolds both of them and drives him crazy to both of them. He and Woody can get startled of Ducky when he popped out of the pile of candy in front of them, and gets cussed out, claiming to Ducky that he doesn't like Ducky's angry tone, and Bunny tainted the thread due to Bunny's action moments, causing Ducky to be tortured for an unknown reason all the time, which is not factual.
- Romantic (to Woody)
- Highly intelligent
- Sleepy (with Woody when Ducky brings them at night)
Likes and Dislikes
- Woody (couple friend)
- Flirting with Woody
- Fixing Woody's hat and badge
- Imagining romantic things (with Woody)
Toy Story 4
Buzz searches for Woody on his own, seeking guidance in the button-induced phrases from his own voice box. Buzz finds himself as a prize in a carnival booth and escapes with plush toys Ducky and Bunny. Bunny finds Woody, and tackles him. and Bo, angry for this, her arm making fun of, and they recruit Ducky and Bunny to help rescue Forky, promising that they will become Bonnie's toys, along with Bo's old friend from the antique store, Duke Caboom, a Canadian stuntman toy.
At the antique store, the toys' plan to rescue Forky has succeeded. Woody and Bunny, the only toys still in love to be couples had a falling out with the other toys, and indirectly insults Bo. And Bo and Ducky return to the carnival, to clean the slime off.
|“||Plushie snakes in the boot!||„|
|~ Bunny and Woody blurted this in unison|
In Fluffy Stuff with Ducky, Woody & Bunny, the trio are discussing of who will the children love more regarding their appearances and characteristics of themselves. As they continue discussing with each other to know who would the children love more, they talk about plushies, but Woody and Bunny say scene snaps into the episode's credits.
|“||Let's go, cowboy.||„|
|~ Bunny telling Woody after Gabby Gabby gets elecrocuted with a self destruct button on her chest|