Fandom Frenzy: 20 Internet Fan Theories That Will Astound You

1Haunted Mansion

Haunted Mansion

Haunted Mansion: In the Haunted Mansion at Disney World/Disneyland, "the rider" commits suicide during the course of the ride and become a ghost. At the beginning of the ride, the ghost host (the narrator) says the only way to escape the mansion is to die, and he shows that he hanged himself. Near the end of the ride, there's a moment where the vehicle turns around backward and you go off a balcony, which according to this theory represents you jumping to your death. Before this part of the ride the ghosts are all trying to scare you, but afterward, they sing excitedly and invite you to party with them (The Grim Grinnin' Ghosts song.) The only human character in the ride, a groundskeeper, appears after the balcony drop. He faces toward the riders and seems terrified of you.


2Spongebob Squarepants

Spongebob Squarepants

Spongebob Squarepants: According to this theory, the existence of Spongebob and his strange friends is the result of radiation from nuclear arms testing that was performed on the Bikini Atoll in the late 40's and early 50's. Since they live under the atoll, the town is known as 'Bikini Bottom.'


3Seven deadly sins

Seven deadly sins

Spongebob Squarepants: Also, the characters in Spongebob Squarepants represent the seven deadly sins. Squidward: Wrath. Mr. Crabs: Greed. Plankton: Envy. Sandy: Pride. Patrick: Sloth. Spongebob: Lust (his lust for life). Gary: Gluttony (running joke about him needing to be fed).


4Friday Rebecca Black song

Friday Rebecca Black song

Friday (Rebecca Black song): The song is about the JFK assassination. The driver of the car he was assassinated in's name was Samuel Kickin (Kickin in the front seat, sittin in the back seat...). The assassination occurred on a Friday and when he was shot the Secret Service yelled at Jackie Kennedy to "get down" (got to get down on Friday). Parts about the cold war and the spread of Communism are referenced (everybody's Russian) and to top it all off, in the hotel that morning JFK declined a breakfast of sausage, eggs and toast for a bowl of Bran Flakes instead (got to have my bowl- got to have cereal). Also, the following Monday JFK was supposed to sign a bill into law requiring all public schools to provide bus transportation for their students (got to catch my bus...).


5Inspector Gadget

Inspector Gadget

Inspector Gadget: The Inspector we know is actually the second Inspector, built as a completely-robotic replacement after the first was lost in action. He was loaded with his old memories, and nobody would have been the wiser, except that the original Inspector Gadget didn't actually die. Upon returning from whatever disaster caused his bosses to give up on him as KIA, and now horribly disfigured, he discovers this replacement living his life, even with his dog and raising his niece. The original Inspector snaps and vows to devote the rest of his life to the destruction of the ungodly replacement. He disavows everything he once knew and loved, even going so far as to take a new name... DOCTOR CLAW!!


6Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump: In the end, he isn't Forrest's son. Jenny just takes advantage of him after she learns that he's a shrimp tycoon.


7Samurai Jack

Samurai Jack

Samurai Jack: It takes place in post-apocalyptic Townsville. (Powerpuff Girls). Also, the creator of Samurai Jack and Power Puff Girls are the same person.


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8Inception

Inception

Inception: The whole film is really a plot by the dead wife to get Leonardo DiCaprio out of the dream, a plan which fails.


9Inception totems

Inception totems

Inception: Leonardo DiCaprio's character is in the real world in the ending scene. In the beginning, he talks about how totems only work for specific people. The top was his wife's totem. It wouldn't work for him. His totem is his wedding ring. In the dream world, his wife is alive, and he is still married to her. Therefore he wears his wedding ring. In all the scenes in the real world, his wife is dead and he is no longer married. He doesn't wear his ring because of that. In the last scene, he isn't wearing his ring.


10Back to the Future

Back to the Future

Back to the future: Dr. Emmett Brown is ready to kill himself along with Marty in that parking lot during the first time travel scene. Not only has he never tested the time machine, but he claims that many of his inventions have been failures. So during the moment when he's about to find out if his life's work was a huge success or a complete waste, he not only drives the Delorian towards himself but grabs onto Marty when he tries to run away. If that first-time travel test was a failure, they both would have been killed, which is exactly what Doc wanted had the experiment been a failure.

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