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'''The Renegade, Part 1''' is the second episode of ''[[TRON: Uprising]]''.
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As [[Tron]] trains [[Beck]], Beck begins to doubt that he can be the next Tron. While trying to evade security, Beck lands in a prison transport and is taken to the games. Meanwhile [[Zed]] falls for a female named [[Perl]] and brings her to the [[Able's Garage|garage]] to show her his work, where she steals [[Able|Able's]] classic [[Light Cycle (2nd generation)|ENCOM 786]].
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==Plot==
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Beck and Tron rode their [[Light Cycle|light cycles]] through the [[Outlands]]; it was Beck’s first training session, and he was doing well until Tron made a jump across a chasm, expecting Beck to follow him. Beck fell short, barely making it to the opposite ledge and losing his [[baton]] as he struggled not to fall. Tron told him that the problem was that he hesitated, and Beck reiterated his doubts about being the next Tron when he couldn't even match the real one. Beck left for [[Argon City]] but was sighted by a [[recognizer]]; pursued for violating the city's curfew, Beck made his way to a checkpoint and was forced to hide in a giant crate, closing the door before realizing but that there were other programs inside. One, [[Cutler]], told him that he had made himself a prisoner. The crate was lifted by another recognizer and Beck realized that they were heading for the Games.
   
​​In the Outlands, Beck and Tron are riding their light cycles. It is Beck’s first training session, and he is doing well until Tron makes a jump from across a chasm and tells Beck to do the same. Beck ends up losing his baton in the chasm and barely makes it to the opposite ledge. Tron tells him that the problem is that he hesitated. Beck has doubts about being the next Tron since he can’t even match the real one. Beck leaves for Argon but he is found by a Recognizer and is told he is in violation of curfew. Beck makes his way to a checkpoint and is forced to hide in a giant crate but notices others inside. A program, Cutler, tells him that he has made himself a prisoner. The crate is taken by a Recognizer and Beck sees that they are heading for the Games.
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At the [[Coliseum (Argon City)|Coliseum]], Beck and the other programs were met by [[sirens]], who provided them with protective gear for the Games. One of the other captives, [[Rilo]], believed that they would all die and blamed the renegade for the existence of the curfew. Beck told him to calm down and to stick close. The group was pitted against [[Black Guard]]s in a game of [[Disc Wars]], with the difficulty level set to extreme. [[General Tesler]], [[Pavel]], and [[Paige]] were revealed to be attending, and Tesler gave the signal for the Games to begin.
   
At the coliseum, Beck and the other programs are given protective gear for the games. A program, Rilo, believes that they will all die and blames The Renegade. Beck tells him to calm down and to stick close. The group is pitted against Black Guards at a difficulty level of extreme. Tessler, Pavel and Paige are revealed to be attending. Tessler announces “Let the games begin!”
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Rilo gained confidence after seeing Beck fend off a Black Guard, and joined in the fight, managing to derezz one of their opponents out of luck. However, he failed to notice another leaping at him from behind, and was derezzed. Beck, distracted by Rilo’s death, was pushed out of the way of another incoming enemy by Cutler. Together, the two were able to defeat all the Black Guards. In their holding cells, Beck expressed guilt and doubt, still haunted by Rilo's death. Cutler said that he'd felt the same way when the [[ISO]] [[Purge|war]] was lost, revealing himself to be a veteran, and added that his remaining friends who'd survived had begun to disband until they heard about the Renegade. Cutler had come to Argon City to join the Renegade, believing him to be Tron.
   
Rilo becomes confident after seeing Beck fend off a Black Guard and joins in the fight. He is able to derezz a Black Guard out of luck, but fails to notice another jump behind him and is derezzed. Beck is distracted by Rilo’s death and is pushed out of the way of an incoming Black Guard by Cutler. Beck and Cutler are able to defeat all the Black Guards. In their holding cells, Beck expresses guilt and doubt because Rilo was derezzed. Cutler tells him he felt the same way when the ISO war was lost, revealing that he is a veteran. He says that his remaining friends that survived began to disband until the Renegade arrived. Cutler wants to be by the Renegades side fighting, since he is willing to risk his life to fight back. He explains that the reason he came to Argon was to join the Renegade and he believes him to be Tron.
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While being transported to the [[light cycle]] arena for the next match, Beck caused a distraction among the other programs and attempted to escape with Cutler, but they were discovered by Paige. Handcuffed to each other and without batons, the two were thrown into the light cycle arena to face three Black Guards on bikes. Despite their disadvantage, they were able to use the light ribbon from a guard's bike to cut the line holding them together, and rallied to defeat all three guards. The crowd applauded them, displeasing Tesler, who felt that Beck and Cutler should be derezzed as conspirators; but Pavel suggested an alternative way of showing the audience that rebellion would not be tolerated.
   
While being transported to the light cycle arena Beck causes a distraction among the other programs, giving him and Cutler the chance to escape. But they are discovered by Paige and handcuffed to each other, put in the light cycle arena with no bikes and put up against three Black Guards with bikes. Using one of the guards light ribbons, they cut the line on their hand cuffs and take out the guards. Tessler is displeased that the crowd is cheering since Beck and Cutler are “conspirators” and wants them derezzed. Pavel suggests an alternative way of showing the audience that rebellion isn’t tolerated.
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Pavel escorted Beck and Cutler back to the disc arena and informed them that the winner of the next game would go free. Beck asked who they would be fighting, and both he and Cutler were shocked when Pavel announced that they would be fighting each other to the death.
   
Pavel escorts Beck and Cutler to the Disc arena and tells them that the winner of the next game will go free. Beck asks who they are fighting. He and Cutler are shocked when Pavel informs them that they will fight each other, to the death.
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[[File:2ndGenLightCycle(Uprising).jpg|thumb|274px]]Back at the garage, Able had asked Zed and [[Mara]] whether Beck had showed up for work. He was going to let Beck put up one of his favorite bikes, the ENCOM 786. Mara was excited, exclaiming that the bike was one-of-a-kind and built for speed, but Zed, preferring newer models, was not impressed. Able told Zed and Mara to let Beck know that the light cycle would be in his office, and hoped that Beck wasn't getting into trouble.
   
[[File:2ndGenLightCycle(Uprising).jpg|thumb|274px]]In the subplot, Able asks Zed and Mara if Beck showed up for work. He was going to let Beck put up one of his favorite bikes. Able activates the baton revealing an ENCOM 786 (2<sup>nd</sup> generation light cycle). Mara is impressed since it is one of a kind, it was built for speed and Kevin Flynn rode one. Zed however isn’t impressed because of it’s an older model and prefers the newer models. Able tells Zed and Mara to tell Beck that the light cycle will be in his office, and he hopes that Beck isn’t getting into trouble.
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Zed and Mara later went to the [[0001001 Club]], where Zed, embarrassed to dance with Mara due to his interest in her, sat alone at the bar and sulked while she was chatted up by other guys. An attractive program, Perl, approached to talk with him. When Mara returned from the floor and invited Zed to dance with her, he was irked that she referred to him as a best friend and left with Perl. The two talked for a while, but options for fun in the city had been limited since the occupation, and Zed, hoping to impress Perl, took her to the garage. Perl talked him into showing her around Able’s office, but she appeared disinterested in Able's collection of relics (including a [[Bit]]) and hinted at leaving. In a final effort to get her to stay, Zed showed her the ENCOM 786. Though she appeared intrigued, she asked Zed to have a look at her own light cycle, claiming that it had been acting up. Zed [[rez]]zed the bike and couldn’t find anything wrong, but as he turned to tell Perl, she hit him on the head with the vintage baton and rode off in it. Finally realizing his mistake, Zed called himself an idiot, a sentiment to which the hovering Bit agreed.
   
At the [[0001001 Club]], Zed is embarrassed to dance with Mara, his crush, and sits alone. An attractive female program, [[Perl]], notices Zed and goes to talk with him. Mara notices and urges Zed to dance with her, but since she refers to him as a friend, he leaves with Perl. After seeing that they have limited options for fun, Zed takes Perl to the garage. Perl urges him to allow her to see the areas that are authorized for employees. In Able’s office Zed shows Perl some of the old tech that Able has but she is unimpressed and wishes to leave soon. In an effort to impress her and get her to stay, Zed shows her the ENCOM 786, which she takes an interest to. She asks Zed to look at her light cycle saying that it’s been acting up. After checking the bike, Zed says he couldn’t find anything wrong. Perl than hits him on the head and rides off in the ENCOM 786. Zed now realizes he is in trouble and calls himself an idiot. A Bit from Able’s office annoys him by agreeing with him.
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==Cast==
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*[[Elijah Wood]] as [[Beck]]
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*[[Bruce Boxleitner]] as [[Tron]]
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*[[Emmanuelle Chriqui]] as [[Paige]]
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*[[Mandy Moore]] as [[Mara]]
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*[[Nate Corddry]] as [[Zed]]
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*[[Lance Henriksen]] as [[General Tesler]]
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*[[Reginald VelJohnson]] as [[Able]]
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*[[Paul Reubens]] as [[Pavel]]
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*[[Lance Reddick]] as [[Cutler]]
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*[[Kate Mara]] as [[Perl]]
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*[[Ben Schwartz]] as [[Rilo]]
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*[[Tricia Helfer]] as [[The Grid|Voice of the Grid]]

Latest revision as of 01:55, November 6, 2013

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The Renegade, Part 1
Media TypeTelevision series
DirectorCharlie Bean
ProducersEdward Kitsis
Adam Horowitz
StarringElijah Wood
Bruce Boxleitner
Lance Henriksen
Release DateJune 7, 2012
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The Renegade, Part 1 is the second episode of TRON: Uprising. As Tron trains Beck, Beck begins to doubt that he can be the next Tron. While trying to evade security, Beck lands in a prison transport and is taken to the games. Meanwhile Zed falls for a female named Perl and brings her to the garage to show her his work, where she steals Able's classic ENCOM 786.

PlotEdit

Beck and Tron rode their light cycles through the Outlands; it was Beck’s first training session, and he was doing well until Tron made a jump across a chasm, expecting Beck to follow him. Beck fell short, barely making it to the opposite ledge and losing his baton as he struggled not to fall. Tron told him that the problem was that he hesitated, and Beck reiterated his doubts about being the next Tron when he couldn't even match the real one. Beck left for Argon City but was sighted by a recognizer; pursued for violating the city's curfew, Beck made his way to a checkpoint and was forced to hide in a giant crate, closing the door before realizing but that there were other programs inside. One, Cutler, told him that he had made himself a prisoner. The crate was lifted by another recognizer and Beck realized that they were heading for the Games.

At the Coliseum, Beck and the other programs were met by sirens, who provided them with protective gear for the Games. One of the other captives, Rilo, believed that they would all die and blamed the renegade for the existence of the curfew. Beck told him to calm down and to stick close. The group was pitted against Black Guards in a game of Disc Wars, with the difficulty level set to extreme. General Tesler, Pavel, and Paige were revealed to be attending, and Tesler gave the signal for the Games to begin.

Rilo gained confidence after seeing Beck fend off a Black Guard, and joined in the fight, managing to derezz one of their opponents out of luck. However, he failed to notice another leaping at him from behind, and was derezzed. Beck, distracted by Rilo’s death, was pushed out of the way of another incoming enemy by Cutler. Together, the two were able to defeat all the Black Guards. In their holding cells, Beck expressed guilt and doubt, still haunted by Rilo's death. Cutler said that he'd felt the same way when the ISO war was lost, revealing himself to be a veteran, and added that his remaining friends who'd survived had begun to disband until they heard about the Renegade. Cutler had come to Argon City to join the Renegade, believing him to be Tron.

While being transported to the light cycle arena for the next match, Beck caused a distraction among the other programs and attempted to escape with Cutler, but they were discovered by Paige. Handcuffed to each other and without batons, the two were thrown into the light cycle arena to face three Black Guards on bikes. Despite their disadvantage, they were able to use the light ribbon from a guard's bike to cut the line holding them together, and rallied to defeat all three guards. The crowd applauded them, displeasing Tesler, who felt that Beck and Cutler should be derezzed as conspirators; but Pavel suggested an alternative way of showing the audience that rebellion would not be tolerated.

Pavel escorted Beck and Cutler back to the disc arena and informed them that the winner of the next game would go free. Beck asked who they would be fighting, and both he and Cutler were shocked when Pavel announced that they would be fighting each other to the death.

2ndGenLightCycle(Uprising)
Back at the garage, Able had asked Zed and Mara whether Beck had showed up for work. He was going to let Beck put up one of his favorite bikes, the ENCOM 786. Mara was excited, exclaiming that the bike was one-of-a-kind and built for speed, but Zed, preferring newer models, was not impressed. Able told Zed and Mara to let Beck know that the light cycle would be in his office, and hoped that Beck wasn't getting into trouble.

Zed and Mara later went to the 0001001 Club, where Zed, embarrassed to dance with Mara due to his interest in her, sat alone at the bar and sulked while she was chatted up by other guys. An attractive program, Perl, approached to talk with him. When Mara returned from the floor and invited Zed to dance with her, he was irked that she referred to him as a best friend and left with Perl. The two talked for a while, but options for fun in the city had been limited since the occupation, and Zed, hoping to impress Perl, took her to the garage. Perl talked him into showing her around Able’s office, but she appeared disinterested in Able's collection of relics (including a Bit) and hinted at leaving. In a final effort to get her to stay, Zed showed her the ENCOM 786. Though she appeared intrigued, she asked Zed to have a look at her own light cycle, claiming that it had been acting up. Zed rezzed the bike and couldn’t find anything wrong, but as he turned to tell Perl, she hit him on the head with the vintage baton and rode off in it. Finally realizing his mistake, Zed called himself an idiot, a sentiment to which the hovering Bit agreed.

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