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11th May '17 9:42:46 PM landmark356
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[[WMG: The scrapyard magnet wasn't originally evil, his traumatizing work resulted in him going [[InsaneEqualsViolent violently insane.]]]]
Throughout the movie, there's a theme where most of the living machines love their human masters, want to work well for them, and have them be used. The electromagnet was the same way, when he was built he thought he would work in construction or in a steel mill but he ended up being made for a scrapyard. There he learned about all the scrapped cars and appliances that were thrown away, forgotten, and left to rust away or be destroyed and recycled. He wanted to do his job and make his masters happy, but he couldn't stand to see the old cars and junk crying, singing and panicking while he carries them to their imminent demise. He tried to revolt against his barbaric job, intentionally breaking down or failing which resulted in the scrapyard owner contemplating scrapping him, considering him a defective machine. So the magnet reluctantly continues to do his job while in fear that he himself may someday end up in one of the scrap piles. He lost faith in humans, realizing they don't care for them like they thought. The trauma gradually gets to him; he's scared but he's also angry, angry at his masters hence the evil-looking death-glare he gives throughout the climactic scene of the film. He finally snaps trying to get the five main appliances into the compactor. When he sees Rob running off with them, he takes it as an opportunity to pay back at the humans. He hides his face and grabs the appliances once more; he knew Rob latched on as well as legitimately tried killing him.

4th Apr '17 5:37:19 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Lampy is the {{Pixar}} lamp, dyed orange.]]

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[[WMG: Lampy is the {{Pixar}} Creator/{{Pixar}} lamp, dyed orange.]]



[[WMG: Alternately, Lampy was the inspiration for the {{Pixar}} lamp.]]
Given that many of the people who worked on this film went on to work with {{Pixar}}, this is very probable. Also, they are both living objects, though Lampy actually has a face and can speak.

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[[WMG: Alternately, Lampy was the inspiration for the {{Pixar}} Creator/{{Pixar}} lamp.]]
Given that many of the people who worked on this film went on to work with {{Pixar}}, Pixar, this is very probable. Also, they are both living objects, though Lampy actually has a face and can speak.
1st Feb '17 10:54:56 PM Doug86
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[[WMG: This, ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'', and ''GnomeoAndJuliet'' take place in the same universe.]]

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[[WMG: This, ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'', and ''GnomeoAndJuliet'' ''WesternAnimation/GnomeoAndJuliet'' take place in the same universe.]]
23rd Sep '16 9:52:51 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: [[TheBraveLittleToaster This film]], ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/{{Nine}}'' are all alternate branches off the same timeline.]]

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[[WMG: [[TheBraveLittleToaster [[WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster This film]], ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/{{Nine}}'' are all alternate branches off the same timeline.]]



And since all electronics in this world want to be loved and used by their master, and nuclear weapons have been doing nothing but sitting in a dark silo and not exploding for decades, with no one to talk to, they have gone insane. The world of TheBraveLittleToaster is getting closer and closer to nuclear Armageddon, in which the nuclear weapons will finally be happy that they can be used.

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And since all electronics in this world want to be loved and used by their master, and nuclear weapons have been doing nothing but sitting in a dark silo and not exploding for decades, with no one to talk to, they have gone insane. The world of TheBraveLittleToaster ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'' is getting closer and closer to nuclear Armageddon, in which the nuclear weapons will finally be happy that they can be used.
31st Dec '15 10:14:31 AM CJCroen1393
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[[WMG: The Texas Wedding Limo from "Worthless" was not driving a groom.]]
One might argue that he was a RunawayGroom, but she goes out of her way to mention that he was "lonely" (a strange feeling for a groom-to-be, even if he wasn't happy with his decision) and never said he was the groom (one would assume that was the important detail). Instead, he was guest at the wedding but was of the "always a groomsman, never a groom" mindset. He changed his mind and decided to return home...which ended badly.
14th Dec '15 10:28:49 AM UraRenge
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* As someone put it in a youtube comment, it makes a lot more sense if you see them as people with various issues in life. To quote them
** First Car: The Work Exhausted. Those who can't handle the pressures of work and life
**Second Car: The Depressed. Those who can't get started, and therefore life speeds past them
**Third Car: The Drifters. Those who drift along without any point, never rooting down
**Fourth Car: The Has-Beens. Those who were once famous or important, but have been tossed aside
**Fifth Car: The Unmarried. Those who are unable to find love or are too scared to commit to a relationship
**Sixth Car: The Traumatized. Those who suffer from mental illness or trauma and are unable to cope
**Seventh Car: The Youths. Those who waste their lives away partying and having good times but never contribute to society
**Eighth Car: The Elderly. Those who were loved by their families, but age has made them worthless
11th Nov '15 12:30:42 AM washington213
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* OK. You're wrong. None of that makes sense. The blue car very clearly wasn't in denial and accepted his fate "one more dusty road would be a road too long." the red car never bargained, the Indie 500 car never expressed anger. Depression and acceptance are the only ones that make sense.
7th Nov '15 1:33:07 PM arcada188
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Okay, i am going to be serious here - the scenes with Ratso and Maisie in ''To The Rescue'' sequel look different when you ship cartoon characters, ''especially'' the scene with Ratso [[spoiler: mourning Maisie.]] And then there's the scene where [[spoiler: Maisie's kits open their eyes for the first time, so Maisie wants Ratso to come to them and be the first thing they will see]]. {{Does This Remind You of Anything?}}

4th Sep '15 12:10:25 PM Orphalesion
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** Salvation through grace, those that truly suffered beyond their capacity to cope are believed to be granted salvation in several sub-sects of Christianity.
5th Aug '15 4:47:30 AM arcada188
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[[WMG: Guess who is Maisie's kittens' father? [[{{Squick}} Ratso.]]]]

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[[WMG: Guess who is Maisie's kittens' father? [[{{Squick}} [[InterspeciesRomance Ratso.]]]]




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Okay, i am going to be serious here - the scenes with Ratso and Maisie in ''To The Rescue'' sequel look different when you ship cartoon characters, ''especially'' the scene with Ratso [[spoiler: mourning Maisie.]] And then there's the scene where [[spoiler: Maisie's kits open their eyes for the first time, so Maisie wants Ratso to come to them and be the first thing they will see]]. {{Does This Remind You of Anything?}}

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