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Toy Story 2 - Shelf Changes
When the toys walk into Al's toy barn, Rex notices a strategy guide. On the way out, instead of strategy guides, there is a stack of puzzles!
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Anonymous on 11-26-2000
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Kirkly the Triviamaster writes:
Watch the movie again,Scolman. If you ACTUALLY LOOK,there ARE cash registers as they exit.>_<
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Scolman writes:
Who said anything about a back door? Let's look at it in relation to the car parking spaces. Starting from the ones closest to the wall with the farm mural painted on it, the door on the left is in line with the 2nd and 3rd car parking space whereas the door on the right (the ones the toys first enter) is in line with the 5th. When Buzz comes out and runs across the car park, Zurg breaks out of his box and starts to chase Buzz. If you look at the shot when Zurg is chasing Buzz across the car park, you can clearly see them running across car parking spaces 2 and 3. This can only mean Buzz left from the other door, not the one the toys entered. Therefore, there would be different stuff around this door than the first one. "I'm Kent Brockman, and that was My Two Cents"
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Kirkly the Triviamaster writes:
There are two doors,but when they go out they use the same door.
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Kirkly the Triviamaster writes:
But, they go in with Al's apartment behind them. It is in the same place when they exit.>_<
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Kirkly the Triviamaster writes:
O.K. I'll admit I sent this before I registered. That is why it says anonymous.
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Kirkly the Triviamaster writes:
I have the guide to toy story. It has a map of Al's Toy Barn.There is no back door.And Al walks to the back of the store to get to his office,then he goes to the front(with Buzz following him).
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Kirkly the Triviamaster writes:
About the original post... I think they just changed the location of the guides,after all they were unloading stuff:P
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Scolman writes:
OK, looks like I'm going to have to explain this one. When the toys are in the trolley, you can see both door's along with two of those rubber pressure-sensitive mat's on the ground that open them. The toys watch that bloke walk in at the beginning, cash registers 3 and 4 are opposite the door. When Buzz is trying to get out, cash register 2 is opposite the door (You can see it when Zurg is breaking out of his box) And no, Kirkly, Al's apartment isn't opposite the door Buzz exits by, why else is Buzz running on an angle across the car park when he leaves the toy store instead of running straight out of the door and across the road.
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Kirkly the Triviamaster writes:
I think this is a huge slipup!>_<
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Scolman writes:
If you watch it properly, you'll notice that Al's Toy Barn has TWO DOORS!!! When the toys are trying to sneak in at the beginning, it shows both doors.
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Scolman writes:
They don't come out the same door as they go in. The door they enter in opens up to the cash registers where as the door they walk out has a display with baseball bats and stuff opposite it (Buzz has to jump up on all of it to grab that monkey toy so he could follow Al)
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