|Performer:|| Charlie Bright (Peatey)|
Amber Kroner (Peatrice)
Brianna Maiwand (Peanelope)
Zoe Levin (Hawaiian Vacation)
|Appeared in:|| Toy Story 3|
Toy Story Toons
- Peatrice: "Who's the new guy?"
Peanelope: "Are you a real cowboy?"
Woody: "Well, actually..."
Peatey: "Of course he's not, Pea Brain. He don't even have a hat."
Woody: "I do too have...my hat!"
Peatey: "Told you."
- —The Peas-in-a-Pod sees Woody
The pod is about 8.5 inches wide, the peas themselves are about 2.5 inches wide.
Toy Story 3
Woody first sees them after getting played with by Bonnie. One of the Peas-in-a-Pod ask him if he's a real cowboy, and before he gets to answer another says no he doesn't even got a cowboy hat. This causes Woody to notice that he's lost his hat.
In the end credits, the peas cause mischief inside Mr. Potato Head's body, causing a number of his parts to pop out, and Mr. Potato Head furiously warns the peas to stay out of his butt as they bounce away.
Peas-in-a-Pod briefly appear when Woody announces that Bonnie has gone on vacation for winter break. Later, they are seen telling everyone Bonnie is coming.
From Official Website:
|“||Peas-in-a-Pod will quickly become a parent's favorite on-the-go toy. The soft, plush pod secures the happy peas inside with a durable metal zipper, making it perfect for the car or stroller. The Peas-in-a-Pod plush toy also develops fine motor skills by catering to a child's natural grab instinct. Pulling the three peas out of the pod will provide repeated enjoyment for infants and toddlers, and soon they'll learn to put them back in! Machine washable. Not for human consumption.||”|
- The Peas-in-a-Pod design is loosely inspired by one of the Vegimals, stuffed toys resembling fruits and vegetables with faces, produced by Freemountain Toys in the late 1970s. It is also inspired by The Peapod Family, a children's novel series based on a family of anthropomorphic peas, first published in 2005 
- Although they appear in Hawaiian Vacation, they don't seem to appear in the other Toy Story Toons episodes so far.