Tear Jerker: The Brave Little Toaster

  • Blanky takes the possibility that the appliances might never again see their Master, Rob, the hardest of any of his companions.
    Blanky: I don't want a new master! I want our Master!
  • A Narcissus falls in love with its reflection in the Toaster, but he quickly rejects the flower, and then sees the Narcissus wilt and die from his rejection.
  • Lampy's highly convincing Disney Death by lightning. The camera lingers on his smoking, very dead-looking body for several moments until a fade to black occurs.
  • A lot of the old cars' stories in "Worthless" can tug on the heart strings.
    • The old race car reflects on his run in the Indianapolis 500:
      I must confess, I'm impressed how I did it
      I wonder how close that I came
    • The hearse provides another example.
      I took a man to a graveyard
      I beg your pardon it's quite hard enough just living with the stuff I have learned!
    • The truck sings this bit...
      I worked on a reservation
      Who would believe they would love me and leave on a bus back to old Santa Fe?
      Once in an Indian nation,
      I took the kids on the skids with a Hopi.
      I was happy 'till I heard him say
      "You're worthless."
    • And then it just drives on to the conveyor belt, which shocks even the magnet!
  • "Chomp and Munch" from To the Rescue. The characters are watching Wittgenstein, an outdated computer, dying before their very eyes. Wittgenstein's Back Story is pretty depressing too. He was once the most famous supercomputer in his time, but once modern day computers came along, his creators shut him down and unceremoniously stored him in the basement to be forgotten.
  • The air conditioner loathes the Master for abandoning him and the rest of the objects, so much that he accidentaly commits suicide by blowing up in a breakdown, but later on the Master comes back and fixes him. The face of the air conditioner after being repaired is full of joy and sadness, so much that tears appear in his eyes.