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[[WMG: Red [[was also jealous of Mike becoming a]] RebelLeader]]
It kind of makes more sense why he's his top priority over Kane. First the guy works with the people who destroyed his home, then after he quits, he becomes some kind of hero? Yeah, as someone with his own reason to despise KaneCo, [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou he probably wanted revenge against them first, and Mike is beating him to it.]] Besides, Mike's an easier target to go after before he starts gunning for Kane next.


[[WMG: Texas is a descendent of [[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove Kronk]].]]

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[[WMG: Texas is a descendent of [[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove [[WesternAnimation/TheEmperorsNewGroove Kronk]].]]


[[WMG: [[SamusIsAGirl Red is a girl]]

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[[WMG: [[SamusIsAGirl Red is a girl]]girl]]]]

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[[WMG: [[SamusIsAGirl Red is a girl]]
That armor is bulky, and the voice is distorted, so it could be anyone under there. If Season 2 had happened, at some point the Burners would be chasing down some aggressive, pushy guy they ''thought'' was Red, only to find out that some quiet girl their own age who'd been following them the whole time was their real enemy.


* Maybe Kane was planning on introducing Julie and Mike when Mike graduated from protege to successor. Who knows: maybe he had an ArrangedMarriage planned, and didn't want LikeBrotherAndSister to occur as a result of [[WestermarckEffect raising them together]]. After all, who better to present as a potential suitor than the person who would ensure that [=KaneCo=] stayed in power?

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* Maybe Kane was planning on introducing Julie and Mike when Mike graduated from protege to successor. Who knows: maybe he had an ArrangedMarriage planned, and didn't want LikeBrotherAndSister to occur as a result of [[WestermarckEffect [[UsefulNotes/WestermarckEffect raising them together]]. After all, who better to present as a potential suitor than the person who would ensure that [=KaneCo=] stayed in power?


[[WMG: Texas knew his story was bogus]]
We--and the KaneCo employees--are supposed to believe that Texas is just that conceited and/or dumb as to believe he single-handedly took care of every threat to Motorcity thus far. That his memory is so twisted by his ego, he actually believes his version of events is how everything went down. But when Texas is shown hard evidence that he ''didn't'' do everything he said he did, he isn't even slightly phased. He isn't surprised or disappointed that he isn't as awesome as his story made him out to be. He just calmly tells Kane that the Burners are going to rescue him and take down Kane's forces, which happens not a minute later. Seems to me like the whole story was just a distraction to stall for time until the Burners could find Texas and rescue him.

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[[WMG: Texas knew his story was bogus]]
We--and the KaneCo employees--are supposed to believe that Texas is just that conceited and/or dumb as to believe he single-handedly took care of every threat to Motorcity thus far. That his memory is so twisted by his ego, he actually believes his version of events is how everything went down. But when Texas is shown hard evidence that he ''didn't'' do everything he said he did, he isn't even slightly phased. He isn't surprised or disappointed that he isn't as awesome as his story made him out to be. He just calmly tells Kane that the Burners are going to rescue him and take down Kane's forces, which happens not a minute later. Seems to me like the whole story was just a distraction to stall for time until the Burners could find Texas and rescue him.


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[[WMG: Texas knew his story was bogus]]
We--and the KaneCo employees--are supposed to believe that Texas is just that conceited and/or dumb as to believe he single-handedly took care of every threat to Motorcity thus far. That his memory is so twisted by his ego, he actually believes his version of events is how everything went down. But when Texas is shown hard evidence that he ''didn't'' do everything he said he did, he isn't even slightly phased. He isn't surprised or disappointed that he isn't as awesome as his story made him out to be. He just calmly tells Kane that the Burners are going to rescue him and take down Kane's forces, which happens not a minute later. Seems to me like the whole story was just a distraction to stall for time until the Burners could find Texas and rescue him.

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[[WMG: Texas knew his story was bogus]]
We--and the KaneCo employees--are supposed to believe that Texas is just that conceited and/or dumb as to believe he single-handedly took care of every threat to Motorcity thus far. That his memory is so twisted by his ego, he actually believes his version of events is how everything went down. But when Texas is shown hard evidence that he ''didn't'' do everything he said he did, he isn't even slightly phased. He isn't surprised or disappointed that he isn't as awesome as his story made him out to be. He just calmly tells Kane that the Burners are going to rescue him and take down Kane's forces, which happens not a minute later. Seems to me like the whole story was just a distraction to stall for time until the Burners could find Texas and rescue him.



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*This was confirmed in the series bible. Texas was born and raised in Motorcity.



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* Jossed, according to the "People Of Motorcity" blog, [[spoiler: Julie's mom died during childbirth]]


[[WMG: Mike's sister will become the SixthRanger]]
She would make her debut in Season 2.




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* He'll find out in a way he'll be able to keep her from knowing he found out and then he'll plant a bug to make her na unwitting spy.




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* Kane bought Detroit from the United States.


Perhaps he was the nonfaceless goon with blonde hair next to Mike. Maybe he looked up to Mike and after Mike left, he probably hated him so much and sought to obsessively kill him, taking on the markings of the destroyed buildings to remind him of Mike's betrayal. This explains why he hates Mike exclusively, and would easily ally with Kane, who's soldiers also helped destroy the house. Mentions of losing his home could just be lies, or guilt tripping Mike.

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Perhaps he was the nonfaceless goon with blonde hair (Jenzen) next to Mike. Maybe he looked up to Mike and after Mike left, he probably hated him so much and sought to obsessively kill him, taking on the markings of the destroyed buildings to remind him of Mike's betrayal. This explains why he hates Mike exclusively, and would easily ally with Kane, who's soldiers also helped destroy the house. Mentions of losing his home could just be lies, or guilt tripping Mike.

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[[WMG: Keir is Beck]]
Consider this: We know that many of the crew from Tron: Uprising worked on Motorcity. We also know that there's a very popular theory that Rinzler, from Tron: Legacy, is Beck. We also know that the third Tron film, at least at some point, was about programs leaving the Grid. We also know that it's very likely that Motorcity takes place After the End. So after Beck comes back from being Rinzler, he gets out of the Gird, becomes weary with a stagnant life, and travels the world. The end comes, he's in Detroit, Kane takes over...


[[WMG: [=KaneCo=] is the successor company to [[Film/RoboCop Omni Consumer Products]].]]

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[[WMG: [=KaneCo=] is the successor company to [[Film/RoboCop [[Franchise/RoboCop Omni Consumer Products]].]]



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* The thing about that is that we never see Red, or rather, there is never a lingering on any of the fleeing members for us to assume which one became him (unlike the goon who looks like he could have some importance on the sole account of being distinguishable). While, yes, Mike makes a guess, Red confirming it could just be another means to hurt him psychologically.


[[WMG: Texas is a descendent of [[TheEmperorsNewGroove Krunk]].]]

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[[WMG: Texas is a descendent of [[TheEmperorsNewGroove Krunk]].[[Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove Kronk]].]]

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