On screen, it has never been made clear where the Toy Story movies are set. Most viewers accept the locale as "Anytown U.S.A." That is until 2010's "Toy Story 3" gave rise to the theory that Buzz Lightyear and the gang reside in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Say, whaa?!
If you look close, two scenes strongly suggest Andy is a student at Chagrin Falls High School, which also happens to be the alma mater of the movie's director, Lee Unkrich. Witness, a bumper sticker in Andy's bedroom shows a "Tigers!" football helmet, which is the school's mascot. Even more telling, the license plate frame on Andy's mom's minivan reads "Tiger Pride," while the plate itself has a number "18" sticker, which is the Ohio county code for Cuyahoga County, where the school is located. Case closed?
If you don’t buy it, Ohio’s next up is “Silence of the Lambs.”