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17 Mind-Blowing Fan Theories That Will Completely Ruin Your Childhood

Children's television, movies, and video games have always seemed pretty innocent. However, these 17 fan theories will completely ruin that for you.

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1. In Toy Story Andy's Parents are Going Through a Divorce


Think about it:

You never see the dad.

They are moving (and into a smaller house at that).

The mom's not wearing a wedding ring.

Andy is an introvert and attached to a masculine toy (perhaps due to the absence of his father).

3. Kevin's uncle puts a hit on him in Home Alone.

Via giphy.com

During the movie, Kevin calls his Uncle Frank a "cheapskate". It's thought this is because Kevin knows that his uncle is dodging taxes and now see him as a liability.

For real, he could have learned about taxes here (this is awesome). But I digress:

Frank puts out the hit. However, it is foiled by the old creepy shovel guy distributing salt on the sidewalk (Old Man Marley). This man is an undercover police officer placed there to monitor Frank.

4. None of the Rugrats ever existed. They are all figments of Angelica's imagination.

Via rugrats.wikia.com

Angerlica's parents messed her up pretty badly due to their negligence . . . so she had to create some new friends.

5. The Monsters in Monsters Inc are Terrified of Children due to the Black Death.

Via hdwallpappers.com

It's well known that the time period for monsters in Monsters Inc is set in the future and they have mastered time travel.

With that it can be easily believed that they traveled back to our dimension during the black death. All that it would have taken was one flea carrying the disease to wreak havoc on the Monster's universe.

This also explains why the monsters are shaved after being "contaminated".

6. The fairies from The Fairly Odd Parents are actually metaphors for andt-depressants. Wanda is Prozac and Cosmo is Zoloft.

Via api.viglink.com

It has been started in the show that the fairies will only be around when Timmy needed them . . .

Also, don't forget the side effects when Timmy abuses their "magic".

9. WALL-E was the little robot that destroyed Earth.

Via google.com

WALL-E wasn't very good at his job and on many occasions would refuse to crush "treasures" so that he could keep them. However, the other units were doing their job and crushing everything on Earth.

In an effort to save his treasures WALL-E begins destroying the other units and using their parts for himself. It explains how he has so many leftover parts and why he is the only unit remaining on Earth.

10. Johnny Bravo is just a kid.

Via reddit.com

He has exaggerated expressions and behaviors just as a kid.

He appears to have no real job, like a child would.

His body seems out of proportion like a kid's idealized version of his adult body compared to others.

He has the basic idea of dating women, but the full concept of going into a full relationship.

The flag at the end of each Mario level has a peace symbol, meaning the Goombas and Koopas were peaceful beings.

Via google.com

In the first worlds, none of them try to kill Mario. However as Mario continues to crush them they begin to fight back.

16. 10 Things I Hate About You and The Dark Knight are in the Same Universe.

Via heathy-ledger.blog.cz

The Joker and Robin went to high school together.

. . . I'm just joking on this theory, but it is funny to think about.

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