|Pilgrim1099 Wrote:Wait a minute.
Was'nt Tron supposed to get Dyson's disc? I thought I saw him take it with him but then, when Dyson returns to CLU, he already has one with him. What the hell? I believe CLU will send Dyson back there but this time to rattle more cages.
The other thing is that when Dyson's face got smashed up in the flashback scene, my big question was WHO threw the disc to kill the first program in the crowd? That IS the mystery here. WHO set this up to be a failure between the ISOs and Programs. It was'nt CLU, for sure. Was it one of Dyson's men? It can't be. This is something the writers need to address. WHO was the mystery provocateur in the riot?
TRON was never after Dyson's disc. That was what Beck thought would be a good way to get the info that TRON wanted out of Dyson.( which he really didn't want any info, just revenge)
In the fight at the end, TRON drops Dyson's disc to grab him by the neck for the kill strike. After Dyson gets over the encounter he most likely reclaims his disc before leaving Argon.
As for the program who tossed the disc, I think it was CLU. What other program, at the time had the gall to go against the Creator and TRON? Sure it could be one of CLU's first lackeys maybe but CLU is a "hands on" kind of program.
Something else I was thinking about today concerned the end of the episode where we see a fantastic new city landscape with CLU's headquarters or fortress, if you prefer. This doesn't look like Tron City so what part of the Grid could this be?
Also, the room that CLU is standing in when Dyson tells him about TRON looks to have a wire frame holo map of Argon on the floor as CLU looks it over. I can only guess that it's Argon as I could make out Abel's Garage in one scene. What plans does CLU have for Argon, I wonder?buy viagra onlinehttp://www.bilimselbilisim.com/haberler_detay.aspx?id=42 viagra online