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- Ken: "And this... well this is where I live. It's Ken's Dream House. It has a disco, it's got a dune buggy, and a whole room just for trying on clothes."
Barbie: (gasps) "You have everything!"
Ken: "Everything... except someone to share it with."
- —Ken, showing Barbie his Dream House
Toy Story 3
When the main toys arrive at Sunnyside, Lotso, who is Ken's master and the leader of the toys at Sunnyside, calls to him to meet them, and Ken comes down in his elevator to greet them.
After breaking up with Ken for what he has done with her friends, Barbie, in order to distract Ken, begs him to let her stay with him in his Dream House, where she fakes being impressed by Ken's various clothes (and in the "Le Freak" scene) before tackling Ken from behind his clothes rack when Ken puts on his Kung Fu Fighting outfit. She then ties up Ken to a racket and interrogates him by ripping a number of Ken's favorite outfits in half until Ken confesses to her what Lotso has done to Buzz Lightyear as well as where to find the instruction manual for Buzz.
In the end, when Barbie and a reformed Ken make up, it is likely that Barbie has permanently moved into Ken's Dream House as well. When a disco is held in the Butterfly Room during one night, Barbie is seen coming down in the elevator to join Ken for a dance.
- Ken’s Dream House in the film is based on the 1983 edition of Barbie's Dream House.