The Brave Little Toaster is a 1987 American animated musical comedy-adventure film adapted from the 1980 novel The Brave Little Toaster: A Bedtime Story for Small Appliances by Thomas M. Disch. The film was directed by Jerry Rees. The film is set in a world where household appliances and other electronics come to life, pretending to be lifeless in the presence of humans. The story focuses on five appliances— a toaster, a lamp, an electric blanket, a radio, and a vacuum cleaner—who go on a quest to search for their original owner. Wikipedia
Lampy: So... uh... what's this thing with you and the Blanket?
Toaster: What thing?
Lampy: You know. All of a sudden, you're being so darned NICE to him all of a sudden.
Toaster: Oh, that. I was just thinking, and I got this feeling I should be nicer to him for a change, you know? And now I feel better.
Lampy: Wow, that's weird.
Toaster: What's weird about it?
Lampy: I don't know. I mean, you were never this nice to him before, and all of a sudden now you're nice to him all the time, and I don't know. I'm, uh, I'm just trying to understand, trying to figure out, what it all means.
Toaster: Well, it's kind of hard to describe. It's like being next to a new loaf of bread.
(Lampy looks puzzled)
Toaster: Hmmm. It's, um, let's see... it's like a warm, toasty feeling inside.
(Lampy scratches his head)
Toaster: It's like a glow...
Lampy: A glow!
Lampy: I think I know what you're talking about! It's like the feeling I get when I think about the Master.