Rewind·Posted on Apr 2, 201713 Theories About Pixar Movies That’ll Really Make You ThinkIs Toy Story 3 based on the Holocaust?!by Anna KopskyBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink We asked the BuzzFeed Community for their favorite Pixar theories. Here are the insane results. Note: Not all submissions were sent by Community users. 1. Nemo actually died with his mom, so Finding Nemo is about Marlin going through the stages of grief. Pixar / Disney "Nemo" means "no man" in Latin, and each encounter he has throughout the movie represents the stages of grief, in order: Denial, anger, bargaining, despair, and acceptance. —luisf4 2. Bing Bong from Inside Out was actually a monster who worked at Monsters, Inc. Pixar / Disney He was assigned to Riley’s room to make her laugh so the city could collect energy, but Riley got so comfortable with him that she treated him as an imaginary friend.—emmac4 3. Boo from Monsters, Inc. grew up to be the witch from Brave. Pixar / Disney She grew up missing "Kitty" so much that she devoted the rest of her life to finding him, and she did so, using the doors in Monsters, Inc. A carving of Sulley also appears in the background of Brave, fueling the idea that the witch knows who he is.—sarahthebookworm 4. In Toy Story, Andy's parents are going through a divorce. Pixar / Disney This theory's been around for awhile, but makes sense: We never see his dad, he's not in any family photos around the house, and his mom never wears a wedding ring. 5. ... or his dad is dead. Pixar / Disney Andy's very attached to his two toys — both strong males — which seem to represent the missing father figure in his life. 6. The tree Wall-E and Eve plant grows to be the one in A Bug's Life. Pixar / Disney The tree is thought to be the same one Carl and Ellie picnic under in Up, and the one from Jessie's song about Emily in Toy Story 2. It's just a sweet little tie-in that Disney fanatic Matthew Gottula came up with.—Anna Kopsky 7. Sully was killed in Monsters, Inc. and turned into a toilet seat cover. Pixar / Disney In Monsters, Inc., Randall says, "I heard humans skin monsters and make toilet seat covers out of their fur." And in a Pixar short, Partysaurus Rex, LOOK AT THE TOILET SEAT COVER. BYE.—Spencer Althouse 8. Toy Story 3 is an allegory for the Holocaust. Pixar / Disney / Public Domain The toys' leader, Woody, suggests hiding in the attic, Anne Frank-style, but they get caught and shipped off to daycare — a place where they're "concentrated" and routinely mistreated (only by little children instead of Nazis). Dark, tbh.—fnchdarcy 9. A Bug's Life takes place waaaaaaay in the future. Pixar / Disney No humans appear in the movie because not a lot of people are left. Their society is also so developed that they have bars, clothing, and can speak — proving that they learned a thing or two from the humans who came before them. 10. Riley's mom from Inside Out committed credit card fraud, which is why Riley's family had to move so quickly. Pixar / Disney / youtube.com The Pixar Wiki page for Riley's mom once said the back of her credit card read "K. Ann Anderson" — which is Bonnie's mom's name in Toy Story 3 — even though her name is "Jill Andersen," with an "e." —gracecrxmb 11. Carl is actually dead during the entirety of Up. Pixar / Disney This heartbreaking theory suggests that he died in his sleep before he was going to be taken to Shady Oaks Retirement Village, Russell is his guardian angel helping him into the afterlife, and the house that he loves so much represents his connection to the real world. WOW. 12. The girl who abandons Jessie in Toy Story 2 actually grows up to be Andy’s mom. Pixar / Disney First of all, the hat Andy wears in the first Toy Story isn't based on Woody's, it's based on Jessie's — but is missing its white ribbon, suggesting it's an older hat, possibly given to him by his mom. We also don’t know Andy’s mom’s name, so it’s very possible they're the SAME PERSON.—piajeraldinem 13. And every single Pixar movie is interconnected. Pixar / Disney Starting with The Good Dinosaur, to Inside Out, to Monsters, Inc., all Pixar movies take place in the same universe, just not all at the same time. This helps explain quite a few details that just seem like random easter eggs, small character crossovers, and, well... you can check out the rest here. IT ALL MAKES SENSE. Want to be featured on BuzzFeed? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter!