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  • For this week's episode of Disney Facts, we're listening to our YouTube commenters.

  • Thanks to all who have suggested it, as we are excited to bring you

  • the official inside look of DisneyPixar's Inside Out.

  • Here are 10 of our favorite Easter Eggs and hidden details.

  • Let's first take a look at a scene from Toy Story 3.

  • You'll see kids playing in the Sunnyside Daycare playground.

  • Fast forward to Inside Out, and in one of Riley's tucked-away

  • memories, you can see a playground with similar features.

  • Toy Story 3 is one of many DisneyPixar flicks to make a cameo in Inside Out.

  • [Boo! Pick a plotline!]

  • When young Riley is sofa-hopping and playing the lava game,

  • we get a peek at her family's living room.

  • On the coffee table, you'll see a cooking magazine, with the front cover

  • featuring a renowned French chef.

  • A film director obviously has enormous creative influence over the final product of a film

  • director Pete Docter does that and then some.

  • Not only does he make a voice cameo as Anger in Riley's father's head,

  • [Is it garbage night? Uh, we left the toilet seat up? What? What is it, woman?! What?]

  • he also moved from Minnesota to California for his job in real life.

  • Speaking of Pete Docter, the messenger name ofDocPeteon Riley's chat-screen

  • is a pretty clever reference to him.

  • Below that is another screen nameRonnify,” which could very well be a reference to co-director,

  • Ronnie Del Carmen.

  • Over the years, fans have come to appreciate traditional Pixar Easter Eggs,

  • such as A-113, the Luxo Ball, and the Pizza Planet Truck.

  • Here are scenes in Inside Out where these gags are present.

  • Another old-time tradition of Pixar films is to hint at future movies from the studio.

  • They do just this with Inside Out, as you can see a reference to the Pet Collector

  • in The Good Dinosaur, here.

  • [I will meditate on this. Hmmmmmm.]

  • The animated short that premiered with Monsters, Inc. “For the Birds,” also makes a brief cameo.

  • When Riley's family is driving to San Francisco, you'll see a long stretch

  • of birds sitting on a cable wire. They only appear for a few frames,

  • but it's pretty clear that this is a nod toFor the Birds.”

  • As we all know, the legacy of DisneyPixar began with Toy Story.

  • Andy's neighbor Sid is the nightmare of every toy out there.

  • However, by film's end we realize he's not that intimidating after all.

  • As a subtle reference to him, check out the shirt that one of Riley's classmates wears.

  • Avid Pixar fans will know that the setting in Toy Story is a fictional location called

  • theTri-Countyarea. It's clearly established that Inside Out takes place in San Francisco,

  • however, the hockey league Riley plays in is calledTri-County Youth Hockey.”

  • Finding Nemo was a fan favorite upon its release.

  • It appears this sentiment is shared within the Inside Out universe,

  • as you'll see here a boardgame calledFind Mewith an orange clown fish.

  • When the family is adjusting to their new life in San Francisco, they settle down with a takeout dinner.

  • What may seem like a normal food container is anything but.

  • It appears to be the same takeout box that has been seen in

  • Rataouille, Monster's, Inc., and Toy Story 2, to name a few.

  • And there are 10 of our favorite Easter Eggs from Inside Out. Let us know in the comments,

  • which was your favorite and which movie you'd like to see next!

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For this week's episode of Disney Facts, we're listening to our YouTube commenters.

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