The adventures of BURN-E, a robot on the same ship as WALL-E and EVE. BURN-E's main job is fixing damaged machinery. He pretty much spends his entire day welding (hence his name). His daily routine is severely disrupted due to WALL-E and EVE's romance, as this causes all sorts of mishaps with the spaceship. Not only are his work and routine disrupted but one such mishap results in him being locked out of the spaceship. From there all manner of adventures ensue.
Did You Know?
The terms "REDUCING", "NEUTRAL" and "OXIDIZING" in BURN-E's visor refer to the mixture ratio settings of a welding torch. A "reducing" flame has excess fuel while an "oxidizing" flame has excess oxygen. See more
In this film (which is supposed to coincide with events in "WALL-E"), BURN-E appears outside the garbage bay airlock just as the door closes. In "WALL-E", BURN-E does not appear. Also, a ledge has been added around the ship (and under the airlock door) for BURN-E to roll along; however, this ledge does not appear in "WALL-E". See more
After the credits end, SUPPLY-R taps BURN-E on the shoulder and comforts him with "There, there". See more
Spoofs Immortal Beloved
Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 (Ode to Joy)
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven See more