Toy Story 2 Easter Egg - Snowman from "Knick-Knack" (Finding Nemo)

1. Go to the part where Buzz and the gang are looking for Woody's kidnapper on the TV.
2. Hamm skips through the channels really fast this is where you use the Slo-Mo.
3. Start your Slo-Mo and after a few channels you will see a snowman pressed up against glass.
4. If you have seen Finding Nemo, then you will know of the Snowman (in the mini-flick before the movie) who wants to get out of his snow dome.
5. If you keep the Slo-Mo on, you will see him a few more times trying to break out and you can see the girl he wants to be with once he gets out. It's pretty neat.
6. (There are many other EEggs in the TV scene. Check them out.)

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Contributed By: Andy on 08-05-2003
Reviewed By: Webmaster
Special Requirements: Slo-Mo on VCR or DVD or Frame by Frame
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The dynamite used in The Snowman himself. The fishbowl he ends up in.
The dynamite used in "Knick Knack". The Snowman himself. The fishbowl he ends up in.
One of the two females from
One of the two females from "Knick Knack" shown on Toy Story 2.

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Comments

QTgurl writes:
finding nemo came out after toystory two was made so they actually just used the snowman from toy story two.
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RabidMonkey writes:
Some of the channels are also some of the earlier Pixar shorts, as well.
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DisneyMM writes:
yeah, actually there are tons of disney shorts on the TV when hamm is changing channels. Also this short of Knick-Knack came out with the first Toy Story originally in theatres. Also if you didn't know a couple of these shorts are the titles of the books in the first movie when Woody is giving out announcements
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Pheonix writes:
the short was made first, they then used it later.
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