Beck's memory falls to pieces after his identity disc is stolen; he and Tron must find it before his alter-ego is revealed.

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Beck (voice)
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Tron (voice)
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Paige (voice)
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Mara (voice)
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Zed (voice)
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Tesler (voice) (credit only)
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Able (voice) (credit only)
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Pavel (voice) (credit only)
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Bartik (voice)
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Hopper (voice)
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Galt (voice) (as Adam DeVine)
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Lux (voice)
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Kobol (voice)
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The Grid (voice)
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Beck's memory falls to pieces after his identity disc is stolen; he and Tron must find it before his alter-ego is revealed.

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28 June 2012 (USA)  »

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Remember Tron?
2 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Plot; Beck finds himself struggling to retain his memory when his identity disc is stolen.

Tron finally finds himself in the thick of the action, and it was good to see he and Beck working together. Their student/teacher relationship really hasn't been explored and shown to my satisfaction thus far, but this was a good start. I would've liked to have seen this done as a two-parter, with Beck slipping a bit further into his struggle to retain his memory, but if they can continue to integrate the title character like this more often, I won't complain.

  • Episode features a guest appearance by Lake Bell, continuing the


show's impressive use of A-list talent.


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