what about literally the entire philosophy of the last three films, in which the fundamental purpose of a toy is to be there for a child that needs them?
in the first movie buzz is all depressed upon realizing that he’s just a toy, but he’s able to realize that he still serves an important purpose, which is to be there for andy, the boy who loves him
woody is tempted with being able to last forever in 2 without a kid (come to the museum with us and you’ll never be mishandled again). woody is nearly swayed but ultimately realizes that his importance as being a part of andy’s childhood outweighs the inevitable loss of andy once he grows up
the other toys are tempted with what is effectively ownerlessness in 3 (the kids at the daycare always get replaced so you don’t have to feel bad when they grow up), but they realize that just because andy is an adult now doesn’t mean that he doesn’t value the time he spent with them, and they still have a purpose even if they aren’t always getting played with
this movie appears to fundamentally disagree with the franchise it’s a part of
sorry for the sperg-out but this shit’s really bugging me