At the beginning of the first Cars movie, Lightning McWilson is at the top of the world. He's the prize of the racing world, to the point where he's got groupies. Groupies that flash him.
It never really made sense that the cars' eyes were on their windshield, and not their headlights. Then again, I guess you have to have a place for the nipples.
You can spot more inappropriate innuendo on the highway.
That is straight-up a strip joint for cars, or at the very least an automobile Hooters. Apparently convertibles are more desirable in the Cars world, and I never, ever want to know why that is.
Lotso might be one of the ruthless Disney villains. He may masquerade as some wise, fluffy Foghorn Leghorn type, but Lotso is so rude that he once popped the lips off of Mrs. Potato Head's face just because he didn't like what she was saying.
As you can imagine, Mr. Potato Head was none too happy about this.
There's gotta be a better way of phrasing that besides alluding to Hasbro-branded fellatio.
The Aladdin trilogy follows a trajectory similar to Indiana Jones: The first one is a classic, the second one is the black sheep and the third movie returns to form with the help of Sean Connery playing a father who is Scottish for some reason.
But instead of surly jabs regarding Nazi sleeptalking habits, Aladdin: The King of Thieves' one-liner highlight comes during an earthquake at a wedding.
Yep, that's a reference to two teenagers achieving climax through intercourse, in a direct-to-video Disney cartoon. You know, it makes a surprising amount of sense when you put it all in a sentence like that.