However, it was accidentally knocked over from its pedestal by Sulley when he and Mike were trying to scare each other. One night, however, Sully uncovers a devious plot to rid Monster city of it's power problems, but in all the wrong ways. Feature films Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Disney Characters introduced in Kingdom Hearts χ: Mad Hatter • March Hare • Razoul • Royal Guards • Maurice • Gaston Disney UniverseDisney Magic KingdomsDisney Emoji BlitzKingdom Hearts III In these times, it is getting harder and harder to shock the kids properly, since they're so spoiled by television, so that there's an energy shortage in the monster world. Mike Wazowski mentions them during team Oozma Kappa's "field trip" to Monsters, Inc. where Sulley tells he has collected at least 450 scare cards, though Mike still has at least 6,000 still in mint condition. Affiliations The city of Monstropolis in a world entirely populated by monsters is powered by energy from the screams of human children. Plot Keywords Monsters, Inc. The Scarer's leaderboard in Monsters University; note the error in the scream energy count numerical order on top. Sulley, the No. Now, Mike and Sulley have to face an enemy within their own ranks. Battery Taglines Since monsters are actually terrified of children it's a major cause for alarm and a major headache for Sulley and Mike. Parents Guide. Monsters, Inc. Disney Characters introduced in Birth by Sleep: Prince Phillip • Maleficent's Goons • Doc • Grumpy • Happy • Sleepy • Bashful • Sneezy • Dopey • The Prince • Evil Queen • Magic Mirror • Prince Charming • Jaq • Lady Tremaine • Anastasia • Drizella • Lucifer • Grand Duke • Grand Councilwoman • Captain Gantu • Jumba • Experiment 221 • Lost Boys Monsters Background information EXCEPT only the screams and scares - YouTube James P. Sullivan (AKA "Sulley") and Mike Wazowski pick up their paychecks at Monsters Inc., the utility company that generates energy from the goose bumps of children. This canister contained the scream Hardscrabble collected, during her old career as a Scarer, that broke the All-Time Scare Record. His mom is Mrs. Sullivan (who is not seen in the movie, but mentioned by Mike) and his dad is the famous scarer, Bill Sullivan. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. Disney Characters introduced in Kingdom Hearts III: Zeus • Apollo • Athena • Hermes • Lava Titan • Tornado Titan • Little Chef • Woody • Buzz Lightyear • Rex • Hamm • Sarge • Green Army Men • Little Green Men • Rapunzel • Flynn Rider • Pascal • Maximus • Mother Gothel • Sulley • Mike Wazowski • Boo • Randall Boggs • The CDA • Trailer Son and Mom • Elsa • Anna • Kristoff • Olaf • Sven • Marshmallow • Hans • Mr. Gibbs • Tia Dalma • Davy Jones • Kraken • Cutler Beckett • Baymax • Hiro Hamada • Go Go Tomago • Honey Lemon • Fred • Wasabi • Lumpy • Wreck-It Ralph General information The leaderboard is madeup of a massive computer screen made of24 individual monitors arranged in a 6*4 layout. This canister contained the scream Hardscrabble collected during her old career as a Scarer, which broke the All-Time Scare Record. The canister clattered on the ground, loosening its containment-lock, and unleashing the scream inside, causing it to fly about the Scaring School's lecture hall until the scream ran out and it broke. But in the international versions, they are shown as a screaming child symbol, a red monster and a green monster icon, the scarers' names are removed but their pictures are kept, a contaminant symbol and a sign showing two differently-sized monsters hitting each other on the head Itchy and Scratchy-style instead, although they shortly revert back to their written forms afterward. In the US version, the "Children Scared" sign, the "Standby/Scare" light, the scare totals, the decontamination warning screen and the "Laugh Totals/Joke of the Day" counter are all written. Disney Characters introduced in Dream Drop Distance: Quasimodo • Esmeralda • Phoebus • Judge Claude Frollo • Victor, Hugo, and Laverne • Kevin Flynn • Sam Flynn • Quorra • CLU • Rinzler • Black Guards • Blue Fairy • Beagle Boys • Chernabog's Minions • Julius Location(s) Laugh Canisters formerly known as Scream Canisters are objects in the films Monsters, Inc. and Monsters University. Books: Disney's Wonderful World of Reading (Monsters, Inc.) • Little Golden Book (Monsters, Inc.) • Disney's Wonderful World of Reading (Monsters University) • Little Golden Book (Monsters University) He and his coworker/ friend Mike Wazowski are two of many monsters that work for Monsters Inc. a utility company that generates power for a very paranoid and nervous city of monsters. But things go crazy when Sulley discovers a mysterious door and a runaway little girl running amok. However, Hardscrabble then retaliated against Mike and Sulley by testing them on the spot personally, finding fault in each of them and judging them unfit to continue with the Scaring Program: Mike, because she deemed him, in her professional opinion, not scary, and Sulley for disregarding the study of Scaring. When he is first seen, Sulley is the top scarer at Monsters, Inc., responsible for generating the majority of scares that provide power for the city of Monstropolis. (INT. The Scream Canister is an object in the Disney/Pixar Monsters, Inc. franchise. The Scarer's Leaderboard was a big leaderboard that measured the amount of scream energy collected at Monsters, Incorporated. The leaderboard is made up of a massive computer screen made of 24 individual monitors arranged in a 6*4 layout. The utility company Monsters Inc. specializes in fueling their world with the screams of human children. Christmas: A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas, Monsters University: Karen Graves • Frank McCay • Art • Terri and Terry Perry • Scott Squibbles • Don Carlton • Johnny Worthington III • Chet Alexander • Carrie Williams • Dean Hardscrabble • Professor Knight • Sheri Squibbles • Claire Wheeler • Brock Pearson • Archie the Scare Pig At first, Hardscrabble "appeared" to take the loss of her "one souvenir from a life-time of Scaring" rather well, citing, "Accidents happen," and amending the situation since "the important thing [was] no one got hurt." After Mike and Sulley discover that the girl they named Boo actually seems quite harmless, they decide to bring her back through her door into her room. So, what do you think? In a land of monsters, James P. Sullivan is king. https://monstersinc.fandom.com/wiki/Scarer%27s_Leaderboard?oldid=18612. Prof. Knight's card looks like if it came from the 1960s, while Dean Hardscrabble's card looks like if it came from the 1930s, the latter features an older logo for Monsters, Inc.: the "M" is a different font, and the eyeball inside it looks more realistic. However, the children are toxic to the monsters, and after a child gets through, 2 monsters realize things may not be what they think. The lovable, confident, tough, furry blue behemoth-like giant monster named James P. Sullivan (better known as Sulley) and his wisecracking best friend, short, green cyclops monster Mike Wazowski, discover what happens when the real world interacts with theirs in the form of a 2-year-old baby girl dubbed "Boo," who accidentally sneaks into the monster world with Sulley one night. Tracy, Stacey, and Casey the Kowalski Sisters, https://pixar.fandom.com/wiki/Scare_Cards?oldid=209571. Each scream canister would be taken to a different room in the factory, where the screams would be extracted and refined into energy. | At the end of the film, some students attending Monsters University are given their own scare cards after becoming Scarers at either MI, Fear Corporation, or Scream Industries.