Leitmotif: As the old grump of the group, he gets a tune that plays in low chords.
Not So Stoic: when he's left alone in the waterfall and even he's terrified of the blender's death and the B-Movie segment.
Crossdressing Voices/ She's a Man in Japan: The latter isn't quite as noticeable as Lampy, but he is either voiced by or is a woman in some countries. Like Toaster, his gender in foreign countries is open to interpretation.
Big Damn Hero: By playing fake commercials for Ernie's Disposal and depicting it as the greatest place to shop for machines in the city, he convinces the Master to go there, where the main cast has been sent.
Cool Old Guy: He's an old black and white television, complete with rabbit ear antennae, and his "avatar" on the screen is that of a cheerful, middle-aged man. He's also the only appliance that can still physically act while in the presence of humans, by broadcasting anything he wishes.
Runaway Groom: The wedding limo sings about how she took a Texan (most likely a groom) to a wedding, but he "kept forgetting, his loneliness letting his thoughts turn to home and we turned."
She's a Man in Japan: The cars have different genders, depending on which dub you're viewing. For example, the race car (who is originally a male) is a girl in the German and Dutch dubs, while the surfer car (who was female originally) will be a male in the Danish and Icelandic dubs.