The following contains spoilers for Incredibles 2.
One of the most fun parts of watching any Pixar movie is looking for the easter eggs hidden throughout it. Incredibles 2 was no exception in that regard. It's full of great easter eggs and references for eagle-eyed fans to locate, many of them follow a long-standing tradition at Pixar to include a collection of similar easter eggs in every feature.
If you were on the lookout for any of those frequent Pixar easter eggs and didn't get them, here's where you can find them when you go back to see it again. Because let's face it, you're going to go see it again, right?
We'll do the obvious one first, if only because it appears first in the movie. John Ratzenberger has been called Pixar's good luck charm and he voices a character in every Pixar feature to date. Sometimes it's a major character, like Hamm in the Toy Story movies or Mack in Cars. Other times it's something quick, like his recent turn as Juan Ortodoncia in last year's Coco. Since we knew that Incredibles 2 was going to pick up immediately after the first film ended, we knew where Ratzenberger would be, voicing the Underminer who appeared at the end of the last film and who the Incredibles fight at the beginning of this one.
The Luxo Ball is one of Pixar's most iconic images, due to it appearing in the studio's very first short, John Lasseter's Luxo Jr., and it has appeared in every Pixar feature since in one form or another. Frequently, it's just sitting in the background doing nothing, and while there is a shot of a ball in the background of the scene where Lucius first learns about Jack-Jack's power, it's not clear that it's the ball in question. You can see a picture of the ball, however, as an image of the toy is noticeable as part of Jack-Jack's crib.