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Episode Studies by Clayton Barr

Tron: Terminal Tron
TV episode of Tron: Uprising
Story by: Scott Nimerfro and Donna Thorland
Written by: Scott Nimerfro & Adam Nussdorf and Donna Thorland
Directed by: Charlie Bean
Original air date:
January 28, 2013

Tron faces the death knell of his lingering injuries.


Read the episode synopsis at the Tron Wiki


Didja Know?


This episode was the first season finale of Tron: Uprising and, as it turned out, the final episode of the series.


Characters appearing in this episode


Able (deceased, mentioned only)



Beck (aka the Renegade)


Cyrus (deceased, mentioned only)

Bodhi (deceased, mentioned only)




General Tesler






Didja Notice?


In this episode, Cutler (previously seen in "The Renegade" Parts 1 and 2), returns, having been repurposed by Clu as one of his leaders, in command of the giant recognizer Dyson built in "The Stranger".


Pavel destroys Able's bit.


As Tron's repurposing commences and his code extraction begins, notice that the code is seen in the form of a double helix, similar to organic DNA.



At 14:55 in the episode, the repurposing emitter looks eerily like the upper half of Darth Vader's mask!

Repurposing emitter


Hopper and Bartik are seen among the crowd of programs who stand up to Pavel and the guards.


Clu's ship, seen at the end of the episode, is the same model as the one he uses in Legacy, but has yellow highlighting instead of orange. 


Unanswered Questions


Tron is seemingly fully-healed from the beating he took from Clu in Evolution by the end of this final episode. So, how/when did he wind up repurposed as Renzler in Legacy


Memorable Dialog


I'm dying.wav

you are Tron now.wav

you think that's funny_(edited).wav

Clu showed me the light.wav

at least we agree on something.wav

Clu's worst nightmare.wav

house of pain.wav

clean this mess up.wav

Clu's revolution.wav

the uprising has begun.wav 


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