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    One guy said Robbie used puppets to repopulate LazyTown after his fight with Sportacus 9 wiped everyone out. Maybe there is some violeence in LazyTown but it's never shown.
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    Here's a theory. When a mature brain encounters a straightforward presentation, it will invent problems for itself to solve. This is because the mind has established a pattern for dealing with complicated tasks. So when you are watching a television show, it's possible that you will simply not accept the program as is. This kinda thing happens in the art world all the time, which explains art theory. I recall this phenomenon being famously lampooned, i.e. dadaism. Basically some guy installed a urinal under the pretense that it was actually art, calling it Fountain. Then a bunch of coffee-drinking intellectuals stood around pontificating about what was the artwork's true meaning. In this case and in many others like it, one truth remained: IT IS. Seems like the majority of shows aimed at preschoolers follow this general principle. The writers of LazyTown have implied they follow it, at least publicly. Though some grand unifying theory of the show may be developed in the future, it will be and shall always remain...just a theory.
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    It will be and shall always remain...just a theory.
    A FILM THEORY

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    A FILM THEORY

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    Now if someone made a theory on one of the LazyTown games could we call it a Game Theory?

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    The Postman Theory

    During the 1980’s there was a man named Thomas who worked as a postal employee. He was a quiet, sensitive man who liked to have fun. Sometimes he wished to be a dancer. The nuclear arms race of the Cold War had disturbed his sense of peace and he sought a world that was better. On a specific week it was his responsibility to deliver promotional materials (announcing the Presidential fitness test) to various public schools. Upon retrieving one of the postal tubes in his truck he noticed the cap on one side of the tube was missing. He discovered it under the seat and just before replacing it, he looked inside the tube. What he experienced was a reflection of the furthest corners of his own imagination. The world inside the tube began to coalesce around him and the man's dreams and desires manifested themselves. Apparently this silver tube was endowed with the ability to make one's dreams a reality. The postman found himself in a different time/place which he much preferred.

    At first Thomas did not quite understand how the tube worked. He continued at his task of delivering the correspondence letters from the President. After all day on his feet looking for Public school #9, not finding it, he discovered an abandoned house and fell asleep there. This first trip has been captured to an extent at the beginning of the theatrical play Įfram Latibęr. The next thing the postman knew he was waking up in his mail truck at a garage. Since he fell asleep on the floor they didn't see him and towed the truck. Subsequent visits using the tube to go to this new, strange place went more smoothly. However, he continued in his vocation as a postal worker as it was the only constant he had in this uncertain dimension. Usually these trips only extended the length of a day, but not always. And the more the postman became engrossed in the visits the longer he stayed. Because he had no physical home to go to at nights in the imagined world he slept wherever was convenient. This often left him disheveled which resulted in street urchins calling him Major Bedhead. The strange makeup worn by many of the citizens caused him to imagine them living in a clown town. His exploits during this period were captured on the tv show Big Comfy Couch. Intense involvement in this fabricated dream world sustained by the magical tube began to cause problems in his real life. Despite the fact that Thomas claimed to his employer that he was making all deliveries, angry residents in the actual world never got them.

    Finally, Thomas was fired from his job at the post office. This single event irrevocably changed his entire relationship with the real world. He used the tube one last time to go to his special place. Then, he gave the tube to an old woman who lived inside a wagon. This woman is the mother of Milford Meanswell. No longer having a purpose or identity, the former postman set out to conform the town to meet his own imaginative specifications. He apprenticed as a stonemason and undertook in the construction of large stone walls that prevented any aerial craft from landing. Then he designed for himself an underground bunker where he could be safe from the effects of nuclear war. It became to the point where the only conscious thread of the outside world he had left was some vague conception of physical fitness. This solidified in him the idea that all movement and healthy activity was opposed to his own understanding of peace & quiet. Thus Robbie Rotten was born. Yet unconsciously the rational part of Thomas’s mind sought to escape this crazy town, this LazyTown. A train of thought entered his world carrying a passenger with pink hair. Her name was Stephanie. She was a tenable connection to reality, a way out of the comatose lifestyle that Thomas had fallen into. Stephanie acquired the magic tube from her Uncle Milford, who had gotten it after his mother died. She then used it to contact a #9 who could solve the inherent problems in LazyTown. It was Thomas’s worst nightmare, a man in an aerial craft come to drop bombs on everything he held dear. This was more than just everyday trouble. It was an existential battle for his happiness. A fight between the world that is and the one he wished were true. Sportacus was going to have to take LazyTown from his cold, dead hands.


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    Lol this is ridiculous! Laughing at the concept that maybe all postman characters are the same multidimensional being.
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    Lol this is ridiculous! Laughing at the concept that maybe all postman characters are the same multidimensional being.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stingy View Post
    Laughing at the concept that maybe all postman characters are the same multidimensional being.
    Bęjarstjórinn for some reason mentions the "nice stamp" on the President's letter. This taken with the fact the postman is named Thomas, may in fact connect Robbie Rotten to another character. There's a movie called Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveller (released 1988) about a boy who is able to travel to different places on postage stamps. A lesser-known sequel was released some six years later. In each of these films the citizens, at times, have clown-like makeup jobs or sometimes have red circles painted on their cheeks. Let us not forget about the postman's years in Clowntown folks. Anyway, in Tommy Tricker there’s some kids who uncover a letter containing magical rhymes that when recited can shrink a person down to small size. They are then able to travel around the world on "nice stamps". This mode of shrinking down and going to alternate worlds is synonymous with a character named Karl Knave who starred in the Chillogy video series. In Karl’s secret town all the citizens are fabricated by him out of plastic and have makeup on similar to what you might find in Įfram Latibęr. The machine Karl uses to do this may be a future version of the one Robbie uses in the Dancing Duel/Who's Who? episodes of LazyTown to create living dolls. What I can't figure out is if Tommy Tricker is the younger version of Robbie Rotten or a peripheral creation of the imagined world. And is Karl Knave perhaps the person Robbie will eventually become after losing to Sportacus?

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    I know some people say that Robbie Rotten used to be a superhero, but in Good to be Bad he says villainry is the only life he's ever had (I learned this on another thread). Checkmate theorists!
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    I really dislike it when fans come up with conspiracy theories about kids shows and cartoons. Why can things not be taken at face value?


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    Unfortunately, the entirety of LazyTown the television series, is all part of an elaborate make-believe world in the mind of an autistic child named Tommy Westphall.

    Glitch posted earlier that Bing Bang was playing in EastEnders, a show which is implicated in the Tommy Westphall Universe Hypothesis via Dr. Who and I'm sure others. And if LazyTown exists inside EastEnders, which is a total fabrication inside Tommy Westphall's mind, then LazyTown must also be a total fabrication inside Tommy Westphall's mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stingy View Post
    Unfortunately, the entirety of LazyTown the television series, is all part of an elaborate make-believe world in the mind of an autistic child named Tommy Westphall.

    Glitch posted earlier that Bing Bang was playing in EastEnders, a show which is implicated in the Tommy Westphall Universe Hypothesis via Dr. Who and I'm sure others. And if LazyTown exists inside EastEnders, which is a total fabrication inside Tommy Westphall's mind, then LazyTown must also be a total fabrication inside Tommy Westphall's mind.

    rip.

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    Re: LT Conspiracy Theories?

    I have a theroy involving Robbie and Sportacus. Robbie is basically Lazytowns answer to syndrome. Robbie wanted to be number 9's Sidekick but failed so he gav eup on ecersie and started being lay and turned the kids into puppets so they dbe lay to. another theroy of mine

    all of the hereos past and present Sportacus are actually robots placed in Lazytown which is an Icelandic prison camp for two people. Stephenie whos actually a ngerous superpowere child. and Robbie whos even mroe dangerous than she is. It explains why there were others before sportacus eplains robie and explians why all the others are puppets. becuase the governmetn put them tehre to make her feel less liek shes in prison and more like shes in a town with family. her parents sent her away at the governments request which explains why her "Uncle" is the mayor and loks nothing like her and why weve never seen her family and why shes there with no eplantion why shes there. She lives in a settign that isnt a true prison becuase they dont want to scare the young hcild. Would also eplain wy sportacus always captures robbie each time he knows. and pretends to be her friend to save her from finding out the truth. Robbie is the villian but in truth hes ust the warden but hes just as evil.

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