History WMG / ToyStory

25th Nov '16 11:05:38 AM nombretomado
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* Why not? They are turning ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' [[RecycledINSPACE into]] Film/JamesBond! ...Or they '[[XMeetsY added]]' '[[AustinPowers James Bond]]'...

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* Why not? They are turning ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' [[RecycledINSPACE into]] Film/JamesBond! ...Or they '[[XMeetsY added]]' '[[AustinPowers '[[Film/AustinPowers James Bond]]'...
22nd Nov '16 3:21:06 AM BNSF1995
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* Jossed. He's dead.



* Pokemon toys: They would act like Pokemon in the anime and games.

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* Pokemon toys: They would act like Pokemon in the anime and games.games.
* Transformers: The war between the Autobots and Decepticons translates to real-life, and while they're aware they're toys, it doesn't change how hostile they are to each other. It's just...they subconsciously choose not to outright destroy each other, or their kid would be devastated.
29th Oct '16 2:34:48 AM Huthman
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---- * They always could, but I don't think that they'd make a bust on Robot Chicken in a way that would mean "Robot Chicken is bad and you are bad for liking it". I'm sure that a handful of Pixar employees are fans of the show, given that plenty of people that make or star in films for the studio have worked in edgier things in the past and just slightly clean up their humor for Pixar. They might include something more of the Affectionate Parody kind of reference, but nothing meant to genuinely shame anyone working on the show or anyone who likes it. Also, I'm pretty sure that Seth Green, Matt Seinreich, and almost everyone else working on the show are fans of Pixar, the Toy Story films in particular, and that Toy Story, if only indirectly, influenced the creation of the show, given that Seth Green's love of toy collecting goes long before Robot Chicken ever came on. Robot Chicken's Toy Story 4 sketch only did what the show does and applied it to Toy Story- use a ridiculous, over-the-top scenario to make fun of some potential Fridge Logic the show provides, in this case how the definition of "toy" changes when you get to a certain age. I'm sure that Seth, Matt, and the rest of the writing/acting team on Robot Chicken would love to see the show parodied in a movie like Toy Story 4, and they might even add their voices and write additional story material for such a parody.

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---- * They always could, but I don't think that they'd make a bust on Robot Chicken in a way that would mean "Robot Chicken is bad and you are bad for liking it". I'm sure that a handful of Pixar employees are fans of the show, given that plenty of people that make or star in films for the studio have worked in edgier things in the past and just slightly clean up their humor for Pixar. They might include something more of the Affectionate Parody kind of reference, but nothing meant to genuinely shame anyone working on the show or anyone who likes it. Also, I'm pretty sure that Seth Green, Matt Seinreich, and almost everyone else working on the show are fans of Pixar, the Toy Story films in particular, and that Toy Story, if only indirectly, influenced the creation of the show, given that Seth Green's love of toy collecting goes long before Robot Chicken ever came on. Robot Chicken's Toy Story 4 sketch only did what the show does and applied it to Toy Story- use a ridiculous, over-the-top scenario to make fun of some potential Fridge Logic the show provides, in this case how the definition of "toy" changes when you get to a certain age. I'm sure that Seth, Matt, and the rest of the writing/acting team on Robot Chicken would love to see the show parodied in a movie like Toy Story 4, and they might even add their voices and write additional story material for such a parody.parody.

[[WMG: Toys in the Toy Story universe]]
Some toys would be awesome and some would be scary. Try having some fun imagining the implications of living toys in the Toy Story universe.
* Pokemon toys: They would act like Pokemon in the anime and games.
16th Oct '16 1:36:46 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Bonnie eventually gets a [[BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand Mira Nova]] action figure and Woody will hook up with it.]]

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[[WMG: Bonnie eventually gets a [[BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand [[WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand Mira Nova]] action figure and Woody will hook up with it.]]



* Well, she's a Headstrong Redhead ActionGirl. She's practically an Old West version of Mira Nova From BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand

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* Well, she's a Headstrong Redhead ActionGirl. She's practically an Old West version of Mira Nova From BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand
from WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand
16th Oct '16 1:36:35 PM nombretomado
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BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand is just a SpinOff of that series.

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BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand is just a SpinOff of that series.
23rd Sep '16 9:50:24 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Pixar created ''Toy Story'' to make up for ''TheBraveLittleToaster'''s commercial failure.]]
We all know that Pixar was formed by the people who worked on the latter, and it shows. Pixar's mascot is a sentient desk lamp (a sentient desk lamp was one of the five main characters in ''TheBraveLittleToaster'') and the famous "A113" appears in this movie. This film was great, but flopped at the box office. So what did Pixar do? They made a blockbuster film featuring ''living toys'' (the previous had living appliances) that ended up doing very well at the box office. Even weirder, they made a [[WesternAnimation/{{Cars}} movie about living cars]] years later. Living vehicles appeared in ''TheBraveLittleToaster''.

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[[WMG: Pixar created ''Toy Story'' to make up for ''TheBraveLittleToaster'''s ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'''s commercial failure.]]
We all know that Pixar was formed by the people who worked on the latter, and it shows. Pixar's mascot is a sentient desk lamp (a sentient desk lamp was one of the five main characters in ''TheBraveLittleToaster'') ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'') and the famous "A113" appears in this movie. This film was great, but flopped at the box office. So what did Pixar do? They made a blockbuster film featuring ''living toys'' (the previous had living appliances) that ended up doing very well at the box office. Even weirder, they made a [[WesternAnimation/{{Cars}} movie about living cars]] years later. Living vehicles appeared in ''TheBraveLittleToaster''.
''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster''.



[[WMG: Andy and [[TheBraveLittleToaster Rob]] are going to meet at college, and become friends.]]

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[[WMG: Andy and [[TheBraveLittleToaster [[WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster Rob]] are going to meet at college, and become friends.]]
11th Sep '16 10:03:41 PM FordPrefect
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** After the civil war he regains his reign, with the few that still pledge loyal or are too scared, but with even harder and more psychopathic rules, turning the place into a real CrapsackWorld Dystopia. This time, however, there will be a LaResistance force lead by Barbie and helped by Woody and gang from the outside. They actively try to hatch an assignation plot to get rid of Lotso for good. Oh dear ''God I'' want to see this so much.

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** After the civil war he regains his reign, with the few that still pledge loyal or are too scared, but with even harder and more psychopathic rules, turning the place into a real CrapsackWorld Dystopia. This time, however, there will be a LaResistance force lead led by Barbie and helped by Woody and gang from the outside. They actively try to hatch an assignation plot to get rid of Lotso for good. Oh dear ''God I'' want to see this so much.



[[WMG: Andy studies Artifical Intelligence in college]]
When this troper was watching Toy Story 3 today, he believed he saw the letters 'A I' on the spine of a book inside the box that woody was packed in at the beggining of the film. The theory is that Andy studies artifical intelligence, and eventually starts up a company that specializes in creating artifical intelligence in robots. Thus leading to a revolution in technology, and creating a new type of 'super-toys', which is related back to his love of playing with Woody and the gang. Thus through countless inventions and events over the years, he marries a woman with the last name of Hobby and takes her name, and invents a robot that is capable of true love. Thus creating the events of Film/AIArtificialIntelligence.

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[[WMG: Andy studies Artifical Artificial Intelligence in college]]
When this troper was watching Toy Story 3 today, he believed he saw the letters 'A I' on the spine of a book inside the box that woody was packed in at the beggining of the film. The theory is that Andy studies artifical artificial intelligence, and eventually starts up a company that specializes in creating artifical artificial intelligence in robots. Thus leading to a revolution in technology, and creating a new type of 'super-toys', which is related back to his love of playing with Woody and the gang. Thus through countless inventions and events over the years, he marries a woman with the last name of Hobby and takes her name, and invents a robot that is capable of true love. Thus creating the events of Film/AIArtificialIntelligence.
11th Sep '16 9:58:30 PM FordPrefect
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[[WMG: Toys really do come to alive in RealLife]]

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[[WMG: Toys really do come to alive in RealLife]]
11th Sep '16 9:57:54 PM FordPrefect
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[[WMG: People are reincarnated into toys that had a significants to them]]

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[[WMG: People are reincarnated into toys that had a significants significance to them]]
11th Sep '16 9:56:52 PM FordPrefect
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** It actually fills in a plot hole with the garbage truck which is how they could have taken a lift on it. There is nothing for them to hold on to outside the truck and the truck itelf is far to dangerous to jump in (as we've seen it crushes everyone inside it), taking the front seat with Sid's consent was the only way it could have worked out. I'm actually given the impression that it was the original intention but the writers felt having a human interact with the toys like that would break the convention too much (especially for those who had not seen the first film and didn't know who Sid was) so instead they left it as heavily implied.

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** It actually fills in a plot hole with the garbage truck which is how they could have taken a lift on it. There is nothing for them to hold on to outside the truck and the truck itelf itself is far to too dangerous to jump in (as we've seen it crushes everyone inside it), taking the front seat with Sid's consent was the only way it could have worked out. I'm actually given the impression that it was the original intention but the writers felt having a human interact with the toys like that would break the convention too much (especially for those who had not seen the first film and didn't know who Sid was) so instead they left it as heavily implied.



** It is possible he's actually grateful for scaring him straight though. He might have realized he'd have been a far worse person if they'd not scared him. Or have realized it was his own sadism that resulted in them scaring him, Woody did tell him so. His own words imply that he actually did treat his toys better after them (he says he had a Lotso toy as a kid and loved it, meaning ether he had one already and we never saw it or he got it after he was tramatized and treated it better) and liked actualy playing with toys instead of torturing them. If that happened, then odds are he'd be grateful that they scared him straight and willingly gave them a ride. As for why he tied them to the front of his truck, perhaps he thought the toys in the dump were already dead or thought he was displaying them proudly. Ether way, they probably would've informed him Lotso deserved it.

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** It is possible he's actually grateful for scaring him straight though. He might have realized he'd have been a far worse person if they'd not scared him. Or have realized it was his own sadism that resulted in them scaring him, Woody did tell him so. His own words imply that he actually did treat his toys better after them (he says he had a Lotso toy as a kid and loved it, meaning ether either he had one already and we never saw it or he got it after he was tramatized traumatized and treated it better) and liked actualy actually playing with toys instead of torturing them. If that happened, then odds are he'd be grateful that they scared him straight and willingly gave them a ride. As for why he tied them to the front of his truck, perhaps he thought the toys in the dump were already dead or thought he was displaying them proudly. Ether way, they probably would've informed him Lotso deserved it.
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