|Friends||Joy, Fear, Disgust, Anger, Bing Bong|
|Likes/Interests||Being dragged, being helpful, rainy days, the movie where the dog dies, Tragic Vampire Romance Island, reading mind manuals, moping all the time, crying, winning|
|Enemies||Jangles the Clown|
|Dislikes/Hates||Having to be left out, Long Term Memory, being ignored, being mistreated by Joy, losing, being betrayed|
Sadness is the deuteragonist in Inside Out. She is one of the five emotions inside the mind of Riley Andersen
Sadness and Fear have a love relationship. Sadness enjoys hanging with Fear a lot by sticking with him (sometimes.) Occasionally, Sadness or Fear have a crazy 'up-comes' whenever theirs something dangerous or crazy things while go on an adventures.
Joy and Fear are one of the five emotions in Riley Andersen's emotion. However, Sadness one time puts a sad memory and Joy stopped her which they have different ways for what they can react. They are one of the teamed allied groups who can help Riley or (mostly) Katie.
- "Crying helps me slow down and obsess over the weight of life's problems."
- "Remember the funny movie where the dog dies?"
- "I like Tragic Vampire Romance Island."
- "Okay! I'm positive you will get lost in there."
- "Riley's islands of personality! They're all down! Oh, this is bad!"
- "Oh... Riley has no Core Memories, no Personality Islands, and no... (gasps)"
- "You. You're not in Headquarters. Without you, Riley can't be happy! We gotta get you back up there."
- "Oh, Participation Award."
- "I'm too sad to walk."
- "Oh, is it all going to be so interactive?"
- "We're abstracting! There are four stages. This is the first. Nonobjective fragmentation."
- "We're in the second stage! We're deconstructing!"
- "Oh no! We're two-dimensional! That's stage three!"
- "Oh no, we're non-figurative! This is the last stage!"
- "Wait, we're two-dimensional. Fall on your face."
- "I only make things worse! Riley's better off without me!"
- "I'm sorry they took your rocket. They took something that you loved."
- "I bet you and Riley had great adventures."
- "It was the day the Prairie Dogs lost the big playoff game. Riley missed the winning shot. She felt awful. She wanted to quit."