In Finding Nemo, Darla Sherman (voiced by Lulu Ebeling) is the niece of dentist Philip Sherman. Like most kids, she gets overly excited and rambunctious especially when getting a new pet fish, which often leads to their demise. That’s trouble for Nemo, who’s about to become her next victim.
In Inside Out, Sadness’ (voiced by Phyllis Smith) blue appearance reflects how she feels inside, especially when Joy, Anger, Disgust, and Fear ostracize her for turning Riley’s happy memories into sad ones. Eventually they all learn how important Sadness is to Riley’s emotional well-being and accept her for who she is.
In Inside Out, Disgust (voiced by Mindy Kaling) acts to protect Riley from things or people that could potentially hurt her. Even though she may come across as opinionated and snobby, she has the best of intentions and her honesty only helps to protect Riley.
In Inside Out, Joy (voiced by Amy Poehler) is the leader of Riley’s emotions and does her best to keep Riley happy at all times even if that means keeping Sadness separated from all of her memories. Eventually Joy learns that not all of Riley’s problems can be solved by happiness and that sometimes sadness has a role in Riley’s life too.
In The Incredibles, Frozone (Samuel L. Jackson), aka Lucius Best, is a long-time friend of the Parr family and also a superhero. His power is to freeze water on demand, and would probably get along alright with Iceman.
Two-year-old Boo loves lounging in her PJ’s and hanging out with her favorite monsters, Mike Wazowski and Sully. She affectionately refers to Sully as “Kitty” despite the fact that he’s considered one of the top Scarers at Monsters, Inc.
In Toy Story, Sherriff Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks) is Andy’s favorite toy — until the arrival of Buzz Lightyear. After several unsuccessful attempts to take him out, Woody eventually swallows his pride and partners up with Buzz to show Sid, the toy destroying neighbor, a lesson.