History WesternAnimation / TheBraveLittleToaster

27th Nov '16 10:00:35 PM NWolfman
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Chris. WordOfGod says that she and Rob are a biracial couple, but which race is never disclosed.

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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Chris. WordOfGod says that she and Rob are a biracial couple, but which her race is never disclosed.deliberately ambiguous.
14th Nov '16 3:45:46 PM Josef5678
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** There's some subtle FridgeBrilliance here: the protagonists are all appliances that are timeless and have aged well (for example, a toaster is still perfectly useful as a toaster, no matter the time period). The "Cutting Edge" appliances, by contrast, are meant to represent the folly of consumerism, and will likely be rejected in favor of newer models much sooner than the protagonists.

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** There's some subtle FridgeBrilliance here: the protagonists are all appliances that are timeless and have aged well (for example, a toaster is still perfectly useful as a toaster, no matter the time period). The "Cutting Edge" appliances, by contrast, are meant to represent the folly of consumerism, and will likely be rejected in favor of newer models much sooner than the protagonists.
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14th Nov '16 10:46:56 AM ElSquibbonator
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** There's some subtle [[FridgeBrilliance]] here: the protagonists are all appliances that are timeless and have aged well (for example, a toaster is still perfectly useful as a toaster, no matter the time period). The "Cutting Edge" appliances, by contrast, are meant to represent the folly of consumerism, and will likely be rejected in favor of newer models much sooner than the protagonists.

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** There's some subtle [[FridgeBrilliance]] FridgeBrilliance here: the protagonists are all appliances that are timeless and have aged well (for example, a toaster is still perfectly useful as a toaster, no matter the time period). The "Cutting Edge" appliances, by contrast, are meant to represent the folly of consumerism, and will likely be rejected in favor of newer models much sooner than the protagonists.
14th Nov '16 10:46:00 AM ElSquibbonator
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** There's some subtle [[FridgeBrilliance]] here: the protagonists are all appliances that are timeless and have aged well (for example, a toaster is still perfectly useful as a toaster, no matter the time period). The "Cutting Edge" appliances, by contrast, are meant to represent the folly of consumerism, and will likely be rejected in favor of newer models much sooner than the protagonists.



* WritersCannotDoMath: In the 2nd movie, Wittgenstein said he was down there for 4,999,450,852,312 nanoseconds, or "since that awful day when transistors were invented." The thing is, the number he gives is only about 83 minutes, and considering that the internet's already invented, this really makes the gap between the two dates really doesn't feel like only an hour.

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* WritersCannotDoMath: In the 2nd movie, Wittgenstein said he was down there for 4,999,450,852,312 nanoseconds, or "since that awful day when transistors were invented." The thing is, the number he gives is only about 83 minutes, and considering that the internet's already invented, this really makes the gap between the two dates really doesn't feel like only an hour. To be fair, he was malfunctioning at the time.
3rd Nov '16 5:17:09 AM Josef5678
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** The VHS cover of ''To the Rescue'' depicts the climactic scene of the appliances chasing after the truck full of the stolen animals, including Radio [[spoiler: who was not present in that scene because he [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificed his only tube]] to save Wittgenstein.]]
* CrapsaccharineWorld

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** The VHS cover of ''To the Rescue'' depicts the climactic scene of the appliances chasing after the truck full of the stolen animals, including Radio [[spoiler: who was not present in that scene because he [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificed his only tube]] to save Wittgenstein.]]
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%%* CrapsaccharineWorld



* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Kirby. In the sequels, while not exactly an upbeat character, he is considerably more mellow, and any traces of his grumpiness are virtually non-existent.rescue

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Kirby. In the sequels, while not exactly an upbeat character, he is considerably more mellow, and any traces of his grumpiness are virtually non-existent.rescuenon-existent.
* CoversAlwaysLie: The VHS cover of ''To the Rescue'' depicts the climactic scene of the appliances chasing after the truck full of the stolen animals, including Radio [[spoiler: who was not present in that scene because he [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificed his only tube]] to save Wittgenstein.]]
2nd Nov '16 9:52:19 PM landmark356
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** The VHS cover of ''To the Rescue'' depicts the climactic scene of the appliances chasing after the truck full of the stolen animals, including Radio [[spoiler: who was not present in that scene because he [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificed his only tube]] to save Wittgenstein.]]
1st Nov '16 8:38:12 AM starkitty93
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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Toaster. In the sequels, while not exactly an upbeat character, he is considerably more mellow, and any traces of his grumpiness are virtually non-existent.rescue

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Toaster.Kirby. In the sequels, while not exactly an upbeat character, he is considerably more mellow, and any traces of his grumpiness are virtually non-existent.rescue
13th Oct '16 8:10:40 AM Josef5678
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* ShoutOut: Radio suggests going Film/NorthByNorthwest while trying to find the city.
-->'''Radio:''' Watch out for low-flying aircraft.

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* ShoutOut: Radio ShoutOut:
**Radio
suggests going Film/NorthByNorthwest while trying to find the city.
-->'''Radio:''' --->'''Radio:''' Watch out for low-flying aircraft.
13th Oct '16 12:39:19 AM landmark356
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** When Toaster goes through the phone book to find the Master's address, the names he goes through reference other Disney films. (Ex; Pan Peter, White Snow, Bambi Deer, Puppet Wooden, Flying Elephant, etc.) Other names include various place names like York New, River Mississippi, Angeles Los, and names of the appliances; Toaster Brave, Lamp Bright, Yellow Blankey, Vacuum Gruff, Radio Loud, and Master Young.
29th Sep '16 10:25:42 AM Josef5678
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* ContemptibleCover: As mentioned by the caption above, the cover art depicts this movie as a light-hearted family flick. The actual film is a ''far cry''.

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* ContemptibleCover: As mentioned by the caption above, the ContemptibleCover:
** The
cover art depicts this movie as a light-hearted family flick. The actual film is a ''far cry''.
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