|IZI Wrote:yeah, i´m hoping for the best! They have a lot of talent after all.
also about this episode,i think they handeled cutlers story perfectly!It was sad to see him go, but im glad they went to repurpouse him. I´m also glad Mara came to her sences!
And my gosh,how Zed has matured throughout the series! He went from being insecure and whiny to a independent program with a strong sence of moral.
and hey,one more thing. Why is this episode called "terminal"??? whats the connection?
I'm glad Mara finally got her head on straight. Seeing her stand up to Pavel like that was one of the high points of the series for me. Zed had a great character arc, too. Over the course of the series, he grew from a whiny jerk into a character I could actually respect. His development felt very believable and natural. Kudos to the writers (again!) for the amazing job they did.
Seeing Cutler's story end that way was painful. I liked
Cutler, dammit! I had always hoped that he'd return, but not like that! Still, I'm glad that they brought him back in the finale. I think it says something that Clu would put him in command of the giant recognizer and send him back to Argon on such an important mission after repurposing him.
I think the episode title, "Terminal", was a reference to Tron's condition ("terminal illness") rather than anything computer-related.
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