Ever since he was a kid, Tylor Tuskmon has dreamed of becoming a Scarer just like his idol James P. Sullivan, and now that dream is about to come true... or not. The day he arrives at Monsters Incorporated to begin his dream job as a Scarer, he learns that scaring is out and laughter is in! After being reassigned to the Monsters, Inc. Facilities Team, Tylor sets his sights on a new goal: figuring out how to be funny and becoming a Jokester.
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Tylor achieves his dream and is promoted to Jokester… but he feels torn on leaving MIFT. Meanwhile, Laugh Power is threatened when Mike and Sulley are given an ultimatum: generate more power or be shut down.
The episode was rated 7.69 from 175 votes.
Tylor mistakenly allows the banished “Adorable Snowman” to return to Monsters, Inc. Fearing he’ll also be banished, Tylor struggles to get him back before he’s discovered. Meanwhile, Val searches for the secret as to why the snowman was banished in the first place.
The episode was rated 7.42 from 185 votes.
When a human baby's room is damaged by a Jokester, Tylor has his first experience working with MIFT on the repairs. While the room is repaired, Mike and Sulley must take care of a human baby.
The episode was rated 7.36 from 275 votes.
Tylor sees an opportunity to get promoted as Jokester during Mini-Monster Day at Monsters, Inc. when he is paired with Ms. Flint’s daughter. Can he get her to laugh?
The episode was rated 7.33 from 172 votes.
When Tylor Tuskmon arrives at Monsters Incorporated to begin his dream job as a Scarer, he discovers that scaring is out and laughter is in. As a result he is temporarily reassigned to MIFT, the Monsters Incorporated Facilities Team.
The episode was rated 7.22 from 416 votes.
Tylor and Duncan accidentally cause a city-wide power outage and must cover it up from an inspector.
The episode was rated 7.18 from 207 votes.
When Tylor is initiated into MIFT during a bizarre ritual, he wants nothing more than to get away from his odd coworkers. But when an emergency strikes Monsters, Inc., MIFT kicks into action and Tylor develops a hint of respect for the misfit team.
The episode was rated 7.16 from 313 votes.
Tylor’s job is threatened when he breaks MIFT’s favorite vending machine on the day Fritz must fire someone due to budget cuts. Meanwhile Mike tries boosting morale at Monsters, Inc.
The episode was rated 7.13 from 197 votes.
Abandoning his dream of becoming a Jokester, Tylor sets his sights on becoming the perfect MIFTer. But when he loses the sacred hair of David, a former employee, Tylor must get it back before the MIFT team finds out.
The episode was rated 7.06 from 171 votes.
Hoping to get in good with Mike, Tylor signs MIFT up to be Mike's bowling team for the annual Monsters, Inc. Bowl-off-a-thon… only to discover that everyone at MIFT stinks at bowling.
The episode was rated 7.01 from 224 votes.
Last updated: feb 08, 2023
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