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11th Apr '16 2:56:34 PM FordPrefect
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[[WMG: The scream shortage and the ability to switch to laughter are both caused by things like Seasame Street.]]
Basically the monster universe both makes an internal sense and is half made up of the belief of humans. Since humans thought of monsters of as scary the whole monster universe was essentially made of and powered by fear. As children get stories saying monsters are friendly scream becomes a weaker power source since the universe is now made more of laughter and kids become harder to scare as they think monsters are friendly. New monsters are also more likely to look like Muppets than the older generation further sabotaging scream power.

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[[WMG: The scream shortage and the ability to switch to laughter are both caused by things like Seasame Sesame Street.]]
Basically the monster universe both makes an internal sense and is half made up of the belief of humans. Since humans thought of monsters of as scary scary, the whole monster universe was essentially made of and powered by fear. As children get stories saying monsters are friendly friendly, scream becomes a weaker power source since the universe is now made more of laughter laughter, and kids become harder to scare as they think monsters are friendly. New monsters are also more likely to look like Muppets than the older generation generation, further sabotaging scream power.
11th Apr '16 2:54:52 PM FordPrefect
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* So then it's really Mike who doesn't [[DoubleEntendre like AccidentalInnuendo sushi?]]

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* So then it's really Mike who doesn't [[DoubleEntendre like AccidentalInnuendo like]] [[AccidentalInnuendo sushi?]]
11th Apr '16 2:49:23 PM FordPrefect
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[[http://www.cracked.com/article_20347_5-fan-theories-that-make-classic-movies-even-better.html Taken from]] Website/Cracked:

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27th Mar '16 2:38:07 PM luiz4200
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And after the city grew, with technology levels influenced from the humans, they needed a very reliable power source, since coal or oil was not presence. So they developed a portal device that resemble closet doors, and they stealthily creep through children's bedrooms to collect their screams from them.

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And after the city grew, with technology levels influenced from the humans, they needed a very reliable power source, since coal or oil was not presence. So they developed a portal device that resemble closet doors, and they stealthily creep through children's bedrooms to collect their screams from them.them.

[[WMG: Worthington will acquire a copy of the Scream Extractor's designs.]]
Once laughter is shown to generate more energy than screams do, Worthington will become desperate enough to obtain one of those extractors and convert it into a Laughter Extractor.
1st Feb '16 10:09:31 AM alnair20aug93
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* Will they ever harness the power of [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} SOULs]]?



One of the segment's episodes portrays closet monsters as creatures that are hired to scare children.

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One of the segment's episodes portrays closet monsters as creatures that are hired to scare children.children.

[[WMG: Monstropolis was built after they escaped from [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} the war between the humans]].]]
And after the city grew, with technology levels influenced from the humans, they needed a very reliable power source, since coal or oil was not presence. So they developed a portal device that resemble closet doors, and they stealthily creep through children's bedrooms to collect their screams from them.
29th Dec '15 8:54:46 AM whalewithwings
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Maybe true when they are sick or having an illness.



The door-vault sequence, with the number of doors it opened and the number of people who probably ''saw'' monsters go through, probably revealed at least one door to the human world. And the very act of going through a door and making the kids ''laugh'', which usually takes longer, is fraught with peril–-the monsters have to stay outside their world longer, which means that there's a greater danger of being caught on CCTV/satellite imaging/news video. Discovering a portal to another world through which StarfishAliens come would be a ''huge'' event for humanity. Doors would probably be guarded and filmed, waiting for one to open so that scout/assault/research teams can enter. What the humans will do is uncertain, but it's likely that something monumental will happen.

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The door-vault sequence, with the number of doors it opened and the number of people who probably ''saw'' monsters go through, probably revealed at least one door to the human world. And the very act of going through a door and making the kids ''laugh'', which usually takes longer, is fraught with peril–-the monsters have to stay outside their world longer, which means that there's a greater danger of being caught on CCTV/satellite imaging/news video. Discovering a portal gateway to an another world through which StarfishAliens come would be a ''huge'' event landmark for humanity. Doors would probably be guarded and filmed, waiting for one to open so that scout/assault/research teams can enter. What the humans will do is uncertain, but it's likely that something monumental will happen.
10th Dec '15 7:37:11 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Monsters Inc is what would happen if [[ZeroHour Parallax won]].]]
In case those were wondering, [[GreenLantern Parallax]] is an emotional entity [[EmotionEater which feeds off]] [[AnthropomorphicPersonification and personifies]] fear. In ZeroHour, it possessed Hal Jordan and made him the BigBad. Monsters Inc is a world which uses fear as a power source. In an alternate continuity, Parallax managed to [[TheBadGuyWins recreate the universe]] to feed him with fear forever-however Hal Jordan's influence prevented Parallax from making Monster's Inc [[CrapsackWorld a true world of fear]], resulting in a more family-friendly [[PunchClockVillain "scare for care"]] universe.

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[[WMG: Monsters Inc is what would happen if [[ZeroHour [[ComicBook/ZeroHour Parallax won]].]]
In case those were wondering, [[GreenLantern Parallax]] is an emotional entity [[EmotionEater which feeds off]] [[AnthropomorphicPersonification and personifies]] fear. In ZeroHour, ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'', it possessed Hal Jordan and made him the BigBad. Monsters Inc is a world which uses fear as a power source. In an alternate continuity, Parallax managed to [[TheBadGuyWins recreate the universe]] to feed him with fear forever-however Hal Jordan's influence prevented Parallax from making Monster's Inc [[CrapsackWorld a true world of fear]], resulting in a more family-friendly [[PunchClockVillain "scare for care"]] universe.
29th Nov '15 12:43:38 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* So then it's really Mike who doesn't like sushi?

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* So then it's really Mike who doesn't [[DoubleEntendre like sushi?
AccidentalInnuendo sushi?]]
5th Nov '15 7:24:04 AM luiz4200
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[[WMG: The story is inspired by ''WesternAnimation/TinyToon'' segment "What Makes Toons Tick".]]

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[[WMG: The story is inspired by ''WesternAnimation/TinyToon'' ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' segment "What Makes Toons Tick".]]
5th Nov '15 7:21:02 AM luiz4200
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The belief that human children are toxic is likely to have encouraged this and, given how much Monster World and ours have in common, it's just a matter of time before a monster discovers the power of things like hydroelectricity.

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The belief that human children are toxic is likely to have encouraged this and, given how much Monster World and ours have in common, it's just a matter of time before a monster discovers the power of things like hydroelectricity.hydroelectricity.

[[WMG: The story is inspired by ''WesternAnimation/TinyToon'' segment "What Makes Toons Tick".]]
One of the segment's episodes portrays closet monsters as creatures that are hired to scare children.
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