G | | Animation, Short, Adventure
If BURN-E (a welding robot) had known how much trouble he'd be caused by WALL-E's pursuit of EVE, then he'd have taken the day off.
The lift to take BURN-E outside is labeled LV-426, which is the designation for the planet in Aliens (1986).
Given the events in "WALL-E," it is safe to assume that the garbage disposal chute has been opening numerous times for garbage to shoot out. Why BURN-E only decided to try that alternative during EVE and WALL-E's adventure through it goes unexplained.
After the credits end, SUPPLY-R taps BURN-E on the shoulder and comforts him with "There, there".
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