The Brave Little Toaster
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In the scene where the TV tries to convince the Master to go to Ernie's disposal, there's a shot of the character pulling paper out of a filing cabinet. One of the sheets of paper has a woman on it with two stars covering her chest. In the DVD release, she sports a bra.

There are a bit of lyrics in the song "Worthless" that mention, "there were bikinis, there were buns, there were weenies, believe me you just couldn't forget."

An air-conditioner cracks the walls surrounding him and blows up. It ends up killing itself but comes back to life after the Master fixes it.

In one scene Lampy suggest ideas on how to escape the cottage, the characters are seen falling off a bed, pogo sticks and out of a refrigerator. This is played for laughs.

A character shorts out during a thunderstorm.

The characters fall off a cliff into a rushing waterfall but are unharmed.

A blender is seen being taken apart by a repair person and we see the main characters wince.

The radio is opened up with a screwdriver has its bulbs harvested (referencing organ harvesting). It is also squeezed in a vice. The other characters manage to rescue it.

A toaster has a nightmare about being killed by an evil clown.

The main characters are shown from outside getting tossed into a dumpster by the modern appliances.

We see various singing cars getting crushed by a compactor.

A character throws himself into the gears of the compactor to save another character. He is an appliance and is later shown getting fixed.

Mild insults and name-calling, phrases like "Shut up." In one scene, The Radio says "damn" when the characters fell off the waterfall. Kirby jumps in and rescues them, but radio uses his intennae to poke Kirby's inflated bag and said "and damn thee, from the pits of hell, i stabbeth thee!"

The lamp turns on the light in a hollow tree, revealing it to resemble the face and mouth of a monster, subsequently scaring the main characters and himself.

Toaster has a nightmare which could be frightening.

Toaster at one points comes across a flower who mistakes its reflection for another flower, after Toaster corrects it it is seen dying of a broken heart and wilting.

Blankie gets blown into a tree. The other characters panic and try to save him.

The characters fall off a cliff into a river and struggle against the current, but are gradually rescued by Kirby.

A giant trash magnet chases the main characters around a junkyard.

The Toaster throws himself into the gears of the trash compactor in the junkyard to save The Master and the appliances. The Master later repairs him.

The song "It's a B-movie" parodies horror films and explains how Elmo St. Peter's has mangled various objects.

The song "Worthless" is the film's darkest song. The crusher in the junkyard crushes several cars and turns them into small cubes while they sing about their pasts.

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