Buzz Lightyear of Star Command

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Buzz Lightyear of Star Command is a name of a Disney animated science fiction adventure show. It first aired in 2000 and features Buzz Lightyear, a character who first appeared in the feature film Toy Story.


Star Command

  • Buzz Lightyear (Seinfeld's Patrick Warburton), famed "Space Ranger" known for heroism and bravery. Like his Toy Story incarnation, Buzz's personality is somewhat tightly wound, and he's quite a stickler for procedure.
  • XR (Larry Miller), a short robot with many pop-out gadgets (like R2D2), who can store objects in his chest cavity (like Bender). Xr stands for experimental ranger (or expendable ranger, depending on your point of view). He's somewhat neurotic, and keeps getting blown up as a running gag.
  • Mira Nova (Mad TV's Nicole Sullivan), a rookie ranger and heir to the Tangean throne, with the ability to walk through walls and read minds. (it's the ability of her planet's people to do so). She seems to have the most common sense of the group, and can at times be something of a smart-mouth.
  • Booster (Stephen Furst), a dinosaur-like former janitor from the agricultural planet of Joad with a big appetite and lots of muscle power. Big-hearted, but somewhat simple-minded and not particularly brave.
  • Commander Nebula (Adam Carolla of KROQ's Loveline), their commander, missing a leg from an incident involving bounty hunter Shiv Katal. Rather angry. Hates to do paperwork. Considered to be a father by XR.
  • LGMs, or Little Green Men (also voiced by Warburton), who keep Star Command in shape. (originally appeared as squeaky toy aliens in Toy Story)

The Villains

  • The Evil Emperor Zurg (Wayne Knight), main villain of the series. Rules his own evil empire, and wants to rule the entire galaxy. Most of his subjects are robots, and it is unclear whether he's a robot himself or some sort of alien cyborg. His feet double as rockets and he can transform his arms into a variety of energy weapons. Despite being fairly campy, he's widely considered the most evil person in the galaxy, especially by the other villains.
  • Warp Darkmatter (The Drew Carey Show's Diedrich Bader), Buzz's one time partner, but now a recurring bad guy. Lost his arm after being buried in an avalanche by Zurg on a rountine mission with Buzz, now works as a mercenary in Zurg's employ.
  • Brain Pods are cybernetic brains in a vat who serve Zurg as scientists and researchers
  • Grubs, Zurg's equivalents to the LGMs of Star Command, more technicians and mechanics than the Brain Pods.

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