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  • T.V.
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  • The T.V. is an old console television set from the Disney film The Brave Little Toaster. He used to live up in the cottage with the other appliances until the Master and his family moved away and he was taken with them. His assumes the personality of a wacky news anchor. He is possibly the brother of Radio. Another one is a small, old T.V. with a dial for an eye (just like Radio), and a broken screen for a mouth.
  • (Title Screen appears) (Warning Screen appears) Foamy: Here's how I make life better for everyone. Turn off your TV. Whatcha talkin about, Foamy? Turn it off. Every time I watch the television, all I see are idiotic people who are more attractive than your average person act like complete assholes. Convoluted stories, rehashed scenarios, dumb game shows, stupid cartoons, liberal brainwashing media, and some talking head dictating to me what I should wear because it's in fashion for the next 6 minutes. Oh-oh, let's not forget about the drug ads. Yep, you need drugs. You may be (mock) depressed, (normal) You could have a runny nose or clogged sinuses. You may have ADD (Pillz-e sucks on medicine bottle), potential blood clot, brain tumor, poor eyesight. You could be going bald. You may need b
Alignment
  • Good
Goal
  • To help Toaster find the master
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Dislikes
  • Being alone or abandoned
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Voice
Likes
  • Making the Master happy
Appearance
  • 1960.0
Personality
  • Very friendly, comical, helpful, caring
Fate
  • Stays with the Master's mother
Enemies
Powers
  • Capable of broadcasting the finest T.V. programs in black and white, can create his own made-up commercials
Home
  • From the Cottage to 2470 McBean Parkway
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Occupation
  • Household appliance
Films
  • The Brave Little Toaster
Friends
Quote
  • "Well, I see you haven't changed."
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  • (Title Screen appears) (Warning Screen appears) Foamy: Here's how I make life better for everyone. Turn off your TV. Whatcha talkin about, Foamy? Turn it off. Every time I watch the television, all I see are idiotic people who are more attractive than your average person act like complete assholes. Convoluted stories, rehashed scenarios, dumb game shows, stupid cartoons, liberal brainwashing media, and some talking head dictating to me what I should wear because it's in fashion for the next 6 minutes. Oh-oh, let's not forget about the drug ads. Yep, you need drugs. You may be (mock) depressed, (normal) You could have a runny nose or clogged sinuses. You may have ADD (Pillz-e sucks on medicine bottle), potential blood clot, brain tumor, poor eyesight. You could be going bald. You may need bigger breasts. You must lose weight and you could have erectile dysfunction. Oooh. Gee, look at all the fun disorders I could choose from. Do we all really need to be reminded, in between breaks, that we're all unattractive fat losers losing our hair. I mean, people watch TV to escape reality, not be reminded of it. Oh, and the worst are these fucking pop-up ads that they have at the lower part of the screen. It's like you're watching the show all of a sudden (ad appears saying "Watch Germaine's booty at Poetic Whore.com) some idiotic ad with annoying sound has to pop up and totally distract you from what you're watching. This is insulting. I'm not going to sit around and watch the show, and then during the show, being reminded (ad pops up again)that there's another show coming up that I should watch. Screw that. I watch nothing. If there's a show that I like, I wait for the DVD box set to come out and buy that or I Tivo the fucking thing so I don't have to deal with commercials. (ad pops up again) Anyway, whatever, seriously though, turn off the TV and do without it for like a week or a month, and you'll see your personality change. You'll be happier, worry less, and eliminate 90% of negative information being sent to your brain. Good deal, yo. (ad appears) (END SCREEN appears)
  • The T.V. is an old console television set from the Disney film The Brave Little Toaster. He used to live up in the cottage with the other appliances until the Master and his family moved away and he was taken with them. His assumes the personality of a wacky news anchor. He is possibly the brother of Radio. Another one is a small, old T.V. with a dial for an eye (just like Radio), and a broken screen for a mouth.
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