95 is a number that appears in several Pixar films. It is a reference to the year when Pixar's first movie, , was released: Toy Story 1995.
- Besides being the year the movie was released (1995), it also appeared as the inspection year on Toy Story Andy's mom's car's license plate.
- When A Bug's Life Flik walks into the city, where the A113 reference is seen, after it there is an A - and then the digits 11 95. The last two digits are 95.
- When the toys arrive at the Toy Story 2 Buzz Lightyear aisle, before they meet Utility Belt Buzz, Tour Guide Barbie mentions 19 95 as the year when retailers didn't order enough Buzz Lightyear dolls to meet demand.
This is the first time 95 is mentioned instead of seen.
This implies that Buzz's toy line existed years before his show, both in and outside the Toy Story series.
- Cars Lightning McQueen's number.
- The number on the train in the opening scene. Also, at Toy Story 3 Sunnyside Daycare, one of the toddlers had a #95 with a lightning bolt, a reference to Lightning McQueen's number.
- Like in the first movie, Lightning McQueen's number.
Cars 2 - Like in the first two movies, Lightning McQueen's number.
Cars 3 - A toy version of Toy Story 4 Lightning McQueen will be a character in the movie. Also, at the ending scene, the Eggman Movers truck will appear, and its license plate will say 19 95
It only appears in Pixar movie worlds with movies directed by John Lasseter. However Toy Story 3 was directed by Lee Unkrich, which makes it the first Pixar movie not directed by Lasseter to feature the 95.