"Hey, who moved my doodle pad way over here?"
Woody finding his doodle pad

The Doodle Pad is a drawing pad that was made back in the past, and one of the toys in the Toy Story movies. In the series, Andy owns a cowboy doodle pad. Unlike Etch, it's a flat drawing pad so anyone can doodle on it. 

Toy Story

The Doodle Pad was first seen in the first film when Woody was looking for it. It was later found by him before Rex roared really loud. Rex asks Woody if he was scared, and Woody replies to him with, "I was close to being scared that time." Woody also used it for a press conference for Andy's birthday and the move. The Doodle Pad is also briefly seen when Woody is digging for RC while the Davis family are moving.

Toy Story 2

The Doodle Pad appears in the second film, which it is used by Woody again. At the end of the movie, the Doodle Pad is seen when Wheezy sings his own version of "You've Got a Friend in Me".

Toy Story 3

The Doodle Pad isn't seen in the main events of Toy Story 3, but it's been found in the home videos Andy's mother made when her son was a kid. It's shown that the Doodle Pad was donated to Sunnyside, handed down to Molly, thrown away, or sold in yard sales.


  • Doodle Pad is based on one of the 1985 Cowboy toys.
  • Doodle Pad doesn't even talk in the movies, as it is not alive.

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