Mr. Lopart's shop is cursed.Which explains how Lopart manages to break everything, the curse of the shop is following him around. And in one episode where Manny had to watch the shop, all the machines and a pinata Lopart was working on for a client broke anyways, so Manny and the tools had to fix everything.
There is going to be some kind of spinoff that still involves Manny's tools, but it'll be focused more on them
In the same vein, there will be some kind of spinoff that involves the tools, but with another member of Manny's famiy taking over because of another thing that Manny had to take care of.With Manny out of the picture for a while, someone needs to watch the tools, so a family member will have to do it until he returns. The nice thing about this idea is, the series of series could in theory run forever — there would always be someone to run the shop.
Manny's Uncle Hugo is really a mad scientist!Didn't Manny say Flicker originally belonged to his Uncle Hugo:
Tools age slower than humansThe tools may seem to follow up in human years but think again.
Tools can have babiesThere's been a mother, a father, and a son: Lily◊, Lefty◊, and Junior◊.
Nobody wants BeamerOkay Beamer's been Kelly's shop maybe way too long. That's probably why he wants to be Carmella's own tool because no one wanted to get him.
Junior was really named after his fatherJunior might be really Lefty Jr. but they go by "Junior" because it's shorter.
Felipe is really Turner's biological brotherFelipe and Turner are both screwdrivers, right? Their just different kinds. So Turner might be really a chocolate baby.
Manny is really the father of his nephewsNotice Manny's nephews look like small copies of him. Possibly he's there father besides, Lola's husband is never seen.
Dusty had a birth defectDusty's female but has no eyelashes. She's not a transsexual tool because she's had feminine behaviours such as taking an intrest in feminine hair products.
Rusty was really a door step toolRusty's afraid of everything, what caused this? Maybe a bad past might of caused this. So maybe Rusty was just brought to Manny by someone because maybe he was badly mistreated. So that probably might be the case of his fear of everything even at his teenage age today.
Sneeze always watches movies and TVHow did Sneeze get his dream of being actor? He's only a vaccum cleaner. Maybe he watched too much TV and wanted to be like the actors he saw on the screen.
Sneeze has the weakest immune systemSneeze sneezes often that's why he's named Sneeze. He probably just has a cold that he can never heal from.
Zip has speech disordersZip talks too fast naturally. You can barely even understand him. This must be the case.
Tool's tears are not made up of aqueousEven though the tears appear clear like human tears like take Turner as an example.◊ The tools probably cry tears of another fluid. Possibly made up of 90% water since it makes a tool whom who has a face at the medal part of them rust.
The tools go to scrap once they get oldWell like humans: They age, eat, and drink. But however there's some lines that explictly tell that they grow like all living organisiums. Like some examples:
Turner was born with great dancing skillsTurner can dance really well, it's like he's professional. Even though he says he's not when you caught him dancing. Even at a young age he was that good. Turner wanted to see a picture of himself dancing at young age in Manny's photo album:
Manny covers his head because he hates his hairsyleManny's hairstyle seems pretty basic◊ no bangs hanging down, no hair coming out at the sides, no nothing. Maybe if he had better hair he'll leave it off more often. I doubt it's the climate because the desert is hot and arid.
Manny never changes his clothesI recall an episode where he was actually in bed at night. He wasn't wearing any pajamas. I bet Manny in real life really smells bad due to wearing the same clothes for maybe years that has been soaking up sweat and other stuff.
Turner, Felipe, and Stretch are stray tools adopted by MannyThe flashbacks! why are there lesser tools? Well it tells how exactly Manny got them. It seemed more like Turner, Stretch, and Felipe came out in the middle of nowhere just like stray dogs looking for homes. Possibly their old owners abondoned them on the streets and they saw Manny, Dusty, and Rusty as family. Lol when Dusty was screaming and crying.
The tools are really soaked in chemicals to make them aliveThere has been several cases where you would see a faceless tool just laying around in the background. Even Kelly's sign features faceless tools. How is that? maybe they got soaked in chemicals or something which allows them to have faces, emotions, speak, eat, drink, sleep, and age.
There will be alive garden toolsDuh. Flicker's a talking flashlight then we have Sneeze whose a vacuum cleaner and a tool chest named Roland! so what if there was a talking shovel, spade, and a talking rake. Since there was construction tools, a flashlight, a tool chest, and a vacuum. why not garden tools?
Manny lives in his WorkshopHe does probably they almost never show him in a house. It's been Lamp shaded once when Manny broke his vacuum.
Kelly was the one who dressed up the tools in "Wedding Day"Just look at Dusty then look at the tools◊ notice their all dressed nicely. (plus Dusty with mascara applied at her invisible eyelashes). Who could of done that? I doubt Manny would because men don't dress up their pets and other things like women do. And the tools couldn't do it their selves (no arms, no legs) so probably Kelly was the only person who might have done them up (make up and everything) because the other people were too busy to even dress a tool up.
Dusty was really wearing mascaraOkay her ballerina outfit (halloween) then her outfit she wore to the wedding. Notice she has long, thick, dark eyelashes nothing like her usaully. How did the eyelashes become visable? It has got to be mascara. Now we have to see her cry to test if she really was.
Junior is really Lily's second childLily is an overprotective and overbearing mother. She thinks bad things will happen to Junior (such as getting hurt or damaging his medal skin) when Junior is really going to turn a bolt. Usually a mother is overprotective when something happened to her previous child. So probably her baby wrench ran into the streets and got ran over by a truck or got taken away from her somehow. So she had Junior and decided to be overprotective so the same thing won't happen.
That toy truck is really Junior'sThe tools seem to entertain themselves like humans do. go to 0:29 and pause it. Junior seemed to be the only tool who was very sad (others looked happy and some looked worried). The toy truck was broken. If the truck wasn't under Junior's ownership he wouldn't be that sad. He seemed very sad. And yeah he's supposed to be three or four in which a child will get very sad or have a blow out if a toy of their's broke. And also to note Junior seemed happy when they were fixing the truck. So that's evidence it's his.
Lily was so happy she didn't care about her safteyAt some point during Hank's Birthday, during the boat scene when they were singing "Vactions never end" Lily was almost hanging out at the way edge of the boat like as if she's getting ready to jump and dive into ocean. I mean it looked like she wanted to commit suicide. She didn't so that's a relief.
Lefty has mood swingsIn Hank's Birthday, when Lefty was depressed like the other he smiled for only a few seconds then he went back to frowning. The only guess is mood swings? But Lefty's not female. Lily should have been the one.
Lily's pregnant in her first trimesterThe "disappearing Lily" in The Great Garage Rescue. And she cried when she was depressed. Pregnant women are tired, sick, and their body chemistry is wacked out during the first trimester. To test this WMG we need to see a part of her getting bigger.
Manny's parents are deadWe never saw them physically on the show we only saw them in pictures or mentioned by Manny. Even in flashbacks with Manny as a child the little boy is unknownly alone. So it's possible Manny was orphaned during late childhood.