|KingJ.exe Wrote:I just watched the episode, and I didn't see Rinzler. All I see is a black suited program sneaking away, but you can't make out any details.|
Look at the program's helmet, that's definately Rinzler
It can't be Rinzler. Rinzler is the repurposed Tron, remember? And Tron was standing there chastising the crowd. I'm going to agree with BanditTron and say it's probably Clu. Or one of Clu's lackeys.
And I really want to smack Flynn over the head. I mean his tone when he was talking to Dyson was so condescending. Considering the way Flynn treats the Basics in this episode, in Tron: Betrayal, and in Tron: Evolution, I'm not all that surprised that Clu did what he did.
We're not supposed to. We can acknowledge that he went about it the wrong way, but we really can't blame CLU. We see that in the end of Legacy, when FLYNN apologizes, not CLU. I think what happened was that Flynn, instead of seeing the basics as equals, regarded them as similar to his children. When your kid spouts off something stupid, eg. "The ISOs are a perversion and should be erased.", you gently correct them, not as equals, but as someone lesser than you. I think Flynn regarded the ISOs as equal or superior to him, so the basics would obviously feel slighted, because in their eyes they were more special than the ISOs, because the creator specifically made them, rather than simply appearing. Trouble is, continuing with the kid analogy, that if the child continues to act wrongly and spout stupid, mean things, you eventually have to correct that behavior in some way, which Flynn didn't do.