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* BadBoss: The BullyBulldog [[spoiler:and his robotic replacement]] care more about efficiency in the workplace than the well-being of their workers.

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* BaitAndSwitchBoss: [[LiteralMinded Albeit a different kind of]] [[BadBoss "boss"]], [[spoiler:the BullyBulldog who replaces the workers with robots in the beginning is himself replaced by a robotic counterpart who serves as the BigBad for the rest of the short.]]


* BullyBulldog: The boss who replaces the workers with robots is one.

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* BullyBulldog: The boss who replaces the workers with robots [[spoiler:before being replaced himself]] is one.

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* StealthPun: The wolf workers that are dropped beneath a TrapDoor and replaced by the {{Job Stealing Robot}}s are the [[spoiler:literal underdogs]] in this situation.



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* ThreeDEffectsTwoDCartoon: One of the earliest examples, and probably one of the first in which the conspicuousness is deliberate.

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* ThreeDEffectsTwoDCartoon: TwoDVisualsThreeDEffects: One of the earliest examples, and probably one of the first in which the conspicuousness is deliberate.


* ThreeDEffectsTwoDCartoon: One of the earliest examples, and probably one of the first in which the conspicuousness is deliberate.



* ConspicuousCG: One of the earliest examples, and probably one of the first in which the conspicuousness is deliberate.


''WesternAnimation/TechnologicalThreat'' is a 1988 Oscar-nominated short by Bill Kroyer (WesternAnimation/FerngullyTheLastRainforest) and Brian Jennings.

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''WesternAnimation/TechnologicalThreat'' ''Technological Threat'' is a 1988 Oscar-nominated short by Bill Kroyer (WesternAnimation/FerngullyTheLastRainforest) (''WesternAnimation/FernGullyTheLastRainforest'') and Brian Jennings.



* VisualPun: The dweebs have literal pencil necks.

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* VisualPun: The dweebs have literal pencil necks.necks.

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* ConspicuousCGI: One of the earliest examples, and probably one of the first in which the conspicuousness is deliberate.

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* ConspicuousCGI: ConspicuousCG: One of the earliest examples, and probably one of the first in which the conspicuousness is deliberate.


* JobStealingRobot: The dweebs end up replacing all but one of the workers, [[spoiler:including the boss who deployed them in the first place]].

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* JobStealingRobot: The dweebs end up replacing all but one of the workers, [[spoiler:including [[spoiler:[[LaserGuidedKarma including the boss who deployed them in the first place]].place]]]].



* TrapDoor: There's one under each desk to dispose of those workers who can't cut it. [[spoiler:the last worker uses it to dispose of the boss robot, as well as the last remaining dweeb.]]

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* TrapDoor: There's one under each desk to dispose of those workers who can't cut it. [[spoiler:the [[spoiler:The last worker uses it to dispose of the boss robot, as well as the last remaining dweeb.]]


It's about TexAvery-esque wolves being replaced by CGI robot "dweebs" with one wolf fighting back against one of the robots.

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It's about TexAvery-esque Creator/TexAvery-esque wolves being replaced by CGI robot "dweebs" with one wolf fighting back against one of the robots.



* ShoutOut: To TexAvery (JawDrop included).

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* ShoutOut: To TexAvery Creator/TexAvery (JawDrop included).


* ShoutOut: To TexAvery (jaw drop included).

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* ShoutOut: To TexAvery (jaw drop (JawDrop included).


* JobStealingRobot: The dweebs end up replacing all but one of the workers, hidespoiler including the boss who deployed them in the first place.

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* JobStealingRobot: The dweebs end up replacing all but one of the workers, hidespoiler including [[spoiler:including the boss who deployed them in the first place.place]].
* RapidFireComedy: See ShoutOut.


* JobStealingRobot: The dweebs end up replacing all but one of the workers, including the boss who deployed them in the first place.

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* JobStealingRobot: The dweebs end up replacing all but one of the workers, hidespoiler including the boss who deployed them in the first place.

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