Top Ten Best Inside Out Characters

The Top Ten
1 Sadness Sadness is a major character in the 2015 Disney/Pixar film, Inside Out. She is one of the five emotions inside the mind of Riley Andersen.

Why doe everyone love Joy, especially after the way she treated Sadness?

She's so funny! I like when she like "right. No, other right, I was saying you were right when you said left.."

I relate to sadness on a personal level, maybe that's why I like her so much.

2 Joy Joy is the main protagonist of the 2015 Disney/Pixar animated feature film "Inside Out". She is one of the five emotions inside of Riley Andersen's mind and serves as the leader. Hence her name she is very positive and optimistic and wants nothing more but for Riley to be happy.

Guys, I know you don't like Joy (the emotion) wanting to be the leader and all, but who else would you want to take the lead? Be sad all the time? Angry or disgusted all the time? Or afraid? All emotions are bad for certain situations and the film portrayed it perfectly. Sadness can be toxic. And our own happiness bullies our sadness all the time because we are all trying to be happy or even find the little bits of light. We all would rather feel happy, so Joy works as hard as she can, and sometimes she makes a mistake when it's not her time to make us happy - aka, we all make mistakes where we need other emotions to come into play. You hate yourself for the mistakes you made trying to be happy without finding the right time to let Joy take the wheel. And so we realize we need the other emotions too. That's why Joy (the character) realizes what she did wrong, and that's when WE realize what we did wrong. That's why she's the best character in this movie.

My girlfriend is full of joy, and I'm glad I got away from the toxicity of my exes who were full of sadness (not that it's bad for them), but eventually, just like stuttering, it was contagious, and I just ended up sad trying to make her happy for so long. So we need to learn about our sadness just as much as we need to learn about our happiness. Before the sadness takes over you to the point you can't fix yourself, and while you look for help all you want, people try their best with their own energy to make you feel better until they get tired and exhausted and eventually sad too. And you become the toxicity that creates the apocalypse of sadness. It's okay to be sad, but it's not okay to project that onto people who try their best to save you, who end up becoming the victim of your sad venom. That's what Sadness was doing, and she didn't realize it. But all the other emotions made mistakes too. While our Joy has flaws, and while Joy herself has flaws, she's the one we can count on to help us feel happy.

3 Disgust Disgust is a major character in the 2015 Disney/Pixar film, Inside Out. She is one of the five emotions inside the mind of Riley Andersen. She is voiced by Mindy Kahling.

Disgust saved the day! She helped Joy and Sadness so much at the end but so did Anger. Kudos to him!

She always says what's on her mind. She acts sassy, and has something to back it up with.

She's sarcastic, which makes her funny. And she has a great design too.

4 Anger

Anger and I are alike due to our personalities. How I'm like him is that I hate people who like humor, especially the one who cracked up about his comment on pizza. How would that commenter like it if Anger tried to burn him/her? Would he/she still think that he's funny?

Seeing him at the top brings me Joy. But that's not the emotion I am looking for so that makes me Angry. There, that's better.

The part where he says, " Congratulations, San Fransisco! You ruined pizza. First the Hawaiians, now you! ", cracked me up

5 Fear

Fear is amazing! Here's all the reasons why:
1. He's the 2nd funniest emotion (Anger's 1st)
2. He's voiced by Bill Hader
3. He's insane
4. He only wants to protect Riley (I know that all the emotions do but Fear seems to be the one who wants to protect her the most. Example: When Anger decides that what's best for Riley is for her to run away, Fear is against it, knowing that not only will Riley be in danger but it won't help her in any way)

So, yeah, Fear is the best emotion. I hope that they don't take him away in inside out 2 and replace him with a stupid new guy because Bill Hader won't return as the voice of Fear. I'd be fine with them replacing the voice actor, though. It won't have the same magic, but it'll still be cool.

6 Bing Bong

Although Bing Bong isn't my favorite character at all, I think he should be first! He's the MVP, and we can't forget the MVPs. Also, he doesn't have much back story and we don't know much about his birth (that sounds so messed up) and I would LOVE some more detail on him so we get more info on him, Riley, and the emotions.

(SPOILER ALERT) Happening to see him fall down and be forgotten. I ended up crying so hard. I just find him cute.

He's mostly cotton candy, but also part cat, part elephant, and even part dolphin.

7 Riley Riley Andersen is a major character from the 2015 Disney/Pixar animated film "Inside Out". She is an 11 (later 12) year old girl in the 6th grade who loves hockey. She was originally from Minnesota who then moved to San Francisco, California, where she then experiences various changes in her life. She... read more

She's gone through difficult times when she moved. I can kinda relate because my best friend moved to California in an area close to San Fransisco

Poor Riley. She had to go through so much trouble. I can kind of relate to her a little. I am nearly 12 years old and I love hockey.

I feel really sorry for her. Like shes only an eleven year old girl who moved somewhere new and has no friends... Oh wait.

8 Riley's Dad
9 Brazilian Helicopter Pilot
10 Riley's Mom
The Contenders
11 Dave the Guard
12 Frank the Guard
13 Jangles the Clown
14 Dad's Emotions
15 Mom's Emotions
16 Rainbow Unicorn
17 Riley's Teacher
18 Meg
19 Forgetter Bob
20 Forgetter Paula
21 The Dream Director
22 Joy's Mom
23 Imaginary Boyfriend
24 The Dead Rat
25 Fritz
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