Interview with Rex

What's the scariest thing that happens in this movie?
Well, I personally witnessed Woody being kidnapped, and the trauma of reliving that event still paralyzes me from time to time. There are other scary moments that, were I to try to relate them to you, would render me incapable of continuing this interview.

How long have you been playing the Buzz Lightyear video game, and do you have any tips on how to beat the game?
Let's see I first started playing the game the day Andy got it for his birthday. That's been five months now. And what is so aggravating is that the only way to beat the game is to buy the strategy guide, which, frankly, I consider extortion. I guess you could beat it without the strategy guide if you had an infinite amount of time to discover all the hidden rooms and stuff, but who has that kind of time? Certainly not me.

What's the difference between Emperor Zurg in the video game and the real Emperor Zurg?
The real Zurg toy rolls around on these squeaky wheels, which tend to make him quite [harmless]. I wasn't scared of him for a minute. The video game Zurg still gives me nightmares.

What part do you play on the rescue team?
Well, I guess you could say I was the cheerleader. When everyone was ready to turn back, I was the one who pressed on, displaying courage and persistence at all times. At least that's how I remember it.

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