Bo Peep played the distressed shepherdess in Andy's games even when she isn't a real doll but a porcelain figurine of a lamp next to Molly's cot in Andy's room.
In these games Sheriff Woody used to save her from Mr. Potato Head and Hamm. Far from the games she showed her real self being smart and the female voice of the team.
She started being the main love interest in Woody being flirting, becoming his girlfriend in a private way.
She does not appears in the third film (only in home videos) because she had been given away, sold in yard sales or donated. Being mentioned by Rex caused Woody react sadly.
Bo Peep is voiced by Annie Potts in Toy Story 1, Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3: The Video Game.
A modernized version of the story appears in the Grimm Fairy Tales Las Vegas Annual where she is reimagined as the owner of a strip club.
From the nursery rhyme Little Bo Peep, and wife to Peter Piper. She is also the wife from the nursery rhyme Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater. She was crippled by a magic song from Max Piper's flute, Fire. After the death of Max, Peter used Fire to heal her, and then he turned Fire over to the authorities of Fabletown. In her youth, she was a member of the Assassin's Guild of the Homelands version of Hamlin. She keeps lambs, and Mary’s lamb used to be one of them. Bo is one of the supporting characters of Peter and Max: A Fables Novel, and is mentioned in the Super Team story arc. She and her husband make a brief appearance in Fables #91, where they can be seen among the Fables standing in the background when the dryads are enjoying the falling snow. They also appear briefly in the Fables story "All in a Single Night", celebrating Christmas with their fellow Fables. They have their first speaking parts (in the comics) in Fables #127, where they partake in the plans to rescue Snow White from Prince Brandish. Bo and Peter both appear as supporting characters in the Fairest story Aldered States, where they have become friends with Princess Alder the dryad. Bo advices the dryad on the customs and mores of modern courtship.