Tron UprisingSecurity has tightened across the Grid after Beck’s acts of rebellion in the guise of Tron, ironically making it harder for Beck to sneak away for further training at Tron’s secret hideout. Spotted as he leaves, Beck tries to evade the Recognizers and hides inside what appears to be a cargo container, only to discover that its cargo consists of fellow programs being taken to fight on the Grid. En route to battle, Beck discovers that some of his fellow prisoners regard Tron as a hero – and others see him as a nuisance.

Tron Uprisingstory by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz
written by Kamran Pasha, Adam Nussdorf & Bill Wolkoff
directed by Charlie Bean
music by Joseph Trapanese

Cast: Elijah Wood (Beck), Bruce Boxleitner (Tron), Emmanuelle Chriqui (Paige), Mandy Moore (Mara), Nate Corddry (Zed), Lance Henriksen (Tesler), Reginald VelJohnson (Able), Paul Reubens (Pavel), Lance Reddick (Cutler), Kate Mara (Perl), Ben Schwartz (Rilo), Tricia Helfer (voice of the Grid), Charlie Bean (additional voices), Elizabeth Ho (additional voices), Meeghan Holloway (additional voices), Sam Riegel (additional voices), Keith Silverstein (additional voices)

Tron UprisingNotes: Storyboard artist Ricardo Delgado has been either an illustrator or storyboarder for numerous productions, from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine to seaQuest DSV to Avatar: The Last Airbender to Star Wars: Clone Wars. His movie credits include Apollo 13, WALL-E, Star Trek: First Contact, Men In Black, The Matrix Reloaded, The Incredibles, and Wreck-It Ralph. A Bit, similar to the one first seen in 1982’s Tron, appears in this episode; also seen here is the ENCOM 786 Light Cycle, later seen to be in Flynn’s possession in Tron Legacy.

LogBook entry by Earl Green

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