Mater's Tall Tales (2008 — 2012)

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Mater's Tall Tales
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TitleMater's Tall Tales
Year2008 — 2012
CountryUSA
GenreComedy (Animated Series)
CollectionRace
FranchiseCars (2006 - 2017)
Run Time52 min
Director

All Cars Toons in Mater’s Tall Tales follow the same tall tale formula: the episode opens with Mater popping out of his garage and declaring, “If I’m lyin’, I’m cryin’!” (or a variation thereof as seen on the home media and television releases).

Mater then proceeds to tell a far-fetched story of something he supposedly did in the past to Lightning McQueen, to which the action shifts to Mater’s story. At a midway point, the action briefly shifts back to Mater and McQueen in which Mater proclaims that McQueen was also involved, telling him, “Don’t you remember? You was there, too!” (or also some other variation thereof). The flashback then resumes with McQueen’s sudden (and usually unwilling) participation. Once Mater finishes his tall tale, (with the exception of Tokyo Mater) McQueen insinuates or argues to him that Mater’s story wasn’t true at all. Mater then says, “Well, suit yourself!”. (or also some variation thereof). Then, coincidentally, one or more characters or elements involved in the story appear, paradoxically suggesting the story might have been authentic. McQueen then breaks the fourth wall by looking at the camera with shock, (or also other variation thereof) for he believed that Mater’s tall tale was real.

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All Cars Toons in Mater’s Tall Tales follow the same tall tale formula: the episode opens with Mater popping out of his garage and declaring, “If I’m lyin’, I’m cryin’!” (or a variation thereof as seen on the home media and television releases).

Mater then proceeds to tell a far-fetched story of something he supposedly did in the past to Lightning McQueen, to which the action shifts to Mater’s story. At a midway point, the action briefly shifts back to Mater and McQueen in which Mater proclaims that McQueen was also involved, telling him, “Don’t you remember? You was there, too!” (or also some other variation thereof). The flashback then resumes with McQueen’s sudden (and usually unwilling) participation. Once Mater finishes his tall tale, (with the exception of Tokyo Mater) McQueen insinuates or argues to him that Mater’s story wasn’t true at all. Mater then says, “Well, suit yourself!”. (or also some variation thereof). Then, coincidentally, one or more characters or elements involved in the story appear, paradoxically suggesting the story might have been authentic. McQueen then breaks the fourth wall by looking at the camera with shock, (or also other variation thereof) for he believed that Mater’s tall tale was real.

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