- “Will Andy pick me? ... Don't count on it?! Ohhhhhhh!”
- ―Woody's question to the Magic 8-Ball and his reaction to its reply
In Toy Story, the Magic 8-Ball is seen on Andy's desk. Upon hearing the news that Andy can only take one toy with him to Pizza Planet, Woody is afraid that Buzz will be taken instead of him. In hopes of reassurance, he tries to use the ball to predict whether or not Andy will take him instead, but to his dismay, the ball's reply is: "Don't count on it," and Woody throws it away out of anger and frustration. The ball rolls and falls behind the chest of drawers that Woody is sitting on, inspiring him to (out of cruelty and jealousy) try to do the same thing to Buzz to guarantee success at being taken out. However, Woody's plan fails, and Buzz is instead knocked out of the window and into Andy's front garden bushes.
In Toy Story 2, when Woody gets shelved, the Magic 8-Ball is seen residing on the shelf, next to him, covered with dust.
In Toy Story 3, the Magic 8-Ball is seen in its original spot on Andy's desk during the home videos of Andy playing as a child.
Back in the present time, Molly is seen carrying a large box of toys to be donated to Sunnyside, and the Magic 8-Ball falls out. Andy then puts it back and helps her carry it, despite her not wanting any help (Andy must've given it to her over the years).
- The Magic 8-Ball is seen as a part of the scenery for level 3 in the Toy Story video game.
- The Magic 8-Ball is also seen in Toy Story 3: The Video Game in level 2.
- The Magic 8-Ball is seen to be the only older background toy in the entire movie of Toy Story 3.
- The ball's answer: "Don't count on it" is one of the 20 possible answers that the original 8-Ball toy can answer. It is also one of the five negative answers.
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