History WesternAnimation / TheBraveLittleToaster

23rd Jun '18 11:06:14 AM AnotherGuy
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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: The appliances have a fear of water, Kirby and Toaster more than the others.

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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: The appliances have a fear of water, Kirby and Toaster more than the others. Toaster's nightmare also has the MonsterClown weilding a fork, harkening to the old caution not to stick a fork in a live toaster.
23rd Jun '18 10:06:37 AM AnotherGuy
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: During the Air Conditioner's meltdown, the main characters go from annoyed to completely frightened, and when Toaster pleads, "No, we didn't mean it!", he almost sounds like someone trying to prevent a person from committing suicide.

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything:
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During the Air Conditioner's meltdown, the main characters go from annoyed to completely frightened, and when Toaster pleads, "No, we didn't mean it!", he almost sounds like someone trying to prevent a person from committing suicide.suicide.
** Kirby having to empty his bag is treated like someone having to shit in the woods. The Toaster even bonks Blanky on the head for spying.
18th Apr '18 9:25:08 AM BluTaiger
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* AnthropicPrinciple: The appliances only needed to wait patiently for a few more days, and Rob would have come to collect them, avoiding the dangerous trip through the wilderness and Junkyard.

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* AnthropicPrinciple: The appliances only needed to wait patiently for a few more days, and Rob would have come to collect them, [[CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot avoiding the dangerous trip through the wilderness and Junkyard.]]



* VocalDissonance: Toaster is male, but is voiced by a woman.

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* VocalDissonance: Toaster is ''probably'' male, but is voiced by a woman.
31st Mar '18 4:50:11 PM KingGhost
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** The Appliances that sing "More" flaunt all the amazing things they're able to do to the heroes. In actuality, most of them are terribly dated 80s models (especially when compared to now current appliances), and likely to be replaced when the inevitable improved/better looking versions come out in the future. The most blatant are the Computer, the Projector and the telephone. In comparison, the heroes are all reliable and sturdy with fairly timeless designs.
21st Mar '18 12:04:08 AM TheShweeb
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* WhiteAndGreyMorality: Elmo St. Peters is really not evil or anything. He's a regular guy [[DesignatedVillain who takes apart appliances and sells the parts]].
** What he does to the appliances is justified since he's unaware they're sentient but he is still is shown as not being very ethical at least as a businessman. He lies to customers and rips them off, telling them that he receives shipments of new appliance parts when he's really just taking used parts out of abandoned appliances he finds in the wilderness. He also takes parts from his own working appliances, like the unfortunate blender.

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* WhiteAndGreyMorality: Elmo St. Peters is really not evil or anything. He's a regular guy anything, it just happens to be his job to [[DesignatedVillain who takes take apart appliances and sells the parts]].
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parts]]. It's not his fault he does to the appliances is justified since he's unaware doesn't know they're sentient but he is still is shown as alive. That said, he's not being very ethical at least as a businessman. businessman- He lies to customers and rips them off, telling them that he receives shipments of new appliance parts when he's really just taking used parts out of abandoned appliances he finds in the wilderness. He also takes parts from his own working appliances, like the unfortunate blender.



** Averted with the main characters, who are based on contemporary designs of the 50's. Despite their age, they are perfectly functional and have not been made obsolete, even as of 2012 (mostly). These two factors make the main characters somewhat timeless.

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** Averted with the main characters, who are based on contemporary designs of the 50's. Despite their age, they are perfectly functional and have not been made obsolete, even as of 2012 the 2010s (mostly). These two factors make the main characters somewhat timeless.
4th Mar '18 9:38:06 AM JesusLoVerde
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In 2006, [[http://www.hyperionpictures.com/user_files/anim_archive/brave_little.php the official website of Hyperion Pictures]], posted a image of a possible 4th film in [[{{Shifted to CGI}}CGI]], however, [[{{Missing Episode}}that film was never produced]].

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In 2006, [[http://www.hyperionpictures.com/user_files/anim_archive/brave_little.php the official website of Hyperion Pictures]], posted a image of a possible 4th film in [[{{Shifted to CGI}}CGI]], CGI}} CGI]], however, [[{{Missing Episode}}that Episode}} that film was never produced]].
4th Mar '18 9:37:40 AM JesusLoVerde
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In 2006, [[http://www.hyperionpictures.com/user_files/anim_archive/brave_little.php the official website of Hyperion Pictures]] the official website of Hyperion Pictures, posted a image of a possible 4th film in [[{{Shifted to CGI}}CGI]], however, [[{{Missing Episode}}that film was never produced]].

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In 2006, [[http://www.hyperionpictures.com/user_files/anim_archive/brave_little.php the official website of Hyperion Pictures]] the official website of Hyperion Pictures, Pictures]], posted a image of a possible 4th film in [[{{Shifted to CGI}}CGI]], however, [[{{Missing Episode}}that film was never produced]].
4th Mar '18 9:36:06 AM JesusLoVerde
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In 2006, [[http://www.hyperionpictures.com/user_files/anim_archive/brave_little.php the official website of Hyperion Pictures]] the official website of Hyperion Pictures, posted a image of a possible 4th film in [[{{Shifted to CGI}}CGI]], however, [[{{Missing Episode}}that film was never produced]].
23rd Feb '18 1:50:03 PM ChilledXSocks
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* BigNO: Lampy in the first movie, when the appliances witness the "For sale" sign being put up.

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* BigNO: BigNo: Lampy in the first movie, when the appliances witness the "For sale" sign being put up.
23rd Feb '18 1:49:33 PM ChilledXSocks
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* BigNO: Lampy in the first movie, when the appliances witness the "For sale" sign being put up.



*** Also, when another car arrives to [[spoiler:put the cottage up for sale]], what follows is Blanky breaking into another wailing fit, Radio humming “Taps” and Lampy also beginning to cry—only for Toaster to snap “STOP IT!” and announce spontaneous plans to go on a quest to find the Master. Cue a collective BigWhat from the other appliances.

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*** Also, when another car arrives to [[spoiler:put the cottage up for sale]], what follows is Blanky breaking into another wailing fit, Radio humming “Taps” and Lampy also beginning to cry—only letting loose a BigNo—only for Toaster to snap “STOP IT!” and announce spontaneous plans to go on a quest to find the Master. Cue a collective BigWhat from the other appliances.
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