- The whole thing.
- And that it doesn't end with merely their reunion. There's a short set of stills showing them at the local restaurant together, now actually connecting.
- It's also one on a meta level for any animation fan frustrated by people (particularly studio executives) who think that 3D will always be more profitable than 2D, a problem that Disney Animation itself had to suffer through. With Paperman, it's a step in the right direction for the studio: a way to combine two mediums without sacrificing one's charms over another's.