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    You Probably Missed This Tiny Detail That Explains How "The Incredibles 2" Is Connected To "Monsters, Inc."

    It has to do with Jack-Jack, of course!

    Okay so first of all, if you're reading this, we're assuming you've either already seen The Incredibles 2, or that you're very chill with light spoilers, yes??

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    Yes. Okay. Cool. Now that we understand each other, let's talk about how, over the course of the movie, we see that Jack-Jack has an extensive variety of powers.

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    Including shooting laser beams...

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    And teleportation.

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    Well, a Tumblr user named kriptxn came up with a potential theory about Jack-Jack that proves The Incredibles 2 (as well as The Incredibles) happens in the same universe as Monsters, Inc.

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    You ready for this?

    Let's rewind: In Monsters, Inc., there is a newscast where they announce a "child security breach," and a few monsters get interviewed as witnesses on TV.

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    You can watch the scene here.

    One of the witnesses says this:

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    HmmMMmmMmmMm.

    A kid, you say? With laser vision?

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    According to kriptxn's theory, the witness might not have been making it up! It could have been Jack-Jack, who was experimenting with his powers to cross over to other dimensions.

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    English translation: What if Jack-Jack, during one of those times when he was discovering his power to cross to other dimensions, arrived in the Monsters, Inc. dimension, flew over that monster, and destroyed a car with his laser beam eyes?

    We know, we know. Mind...blown.

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    But at the end of the day, it shouldn't come as a TOTAL surprise — by now, you've heard about the theory that all Pixar movies happen in the same universe, right?

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    Still, it never gets old. Pixar, you've done it again!

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    This post was translated from Spanish.