I first discovered fanpop last summer. I had just recently remembered my childhood movie, Alpha and Omega and I had been watching it again. But one thing kept nagging on my mind and that was the fact that they never made any mention of Humphrey's parents.
So I searched Google for who his parents were and one of the results was a link to a câu hỏi kiểm tra câu hỏi on a site called Fanpop. After clicking on it, I learned that this was a người hâm mộ site for pretty much anything.
I finished the câu hỏi kiểm tra and then I started looking at the số phiếu bầu and started really getting into it. The rest of the summer, I was busy exploring Fanpop.
Inspiration for Alpha and Omega 9:
Not long before school started up again, I remembered the main reason I had found fanpop was to find out who Humphrey's parents were. And after exploring the Alpha and Omega người hâm mộ page, I found out that they never planned to explain that. I had also seen other fan-fictions telling what other people thought happened and I also saw some very interesting số phiếu bầu like, "Who would have a harder time taking care of the other if the other was seriously injured? Kate hoặc Humphrey" hoặc "What plot would be best for a PG-13 A&O?" (I'll put the link to the số phiếu bầu at the end).
I also made a few số phiếu bầu asking if I should do an A&O 9 and what should happen in it. I reached out and asked for ideas but I hardly got any response. But I thank those who did get back to me with their ideas.
After deciding to do an A&O 9 bài viết on Humphrey's parents, I looked through the số phiếu bầu for inspiration and in the end when I loosely tied together the original script, I ended up using multiple suggestions from the same poll.
For instance there was one phiếu bầu that I pulled a lot from called, "Which plot would be perfect for the tiếp theo Alpha and Omega movie" and the options were:
1. Humphrey's past is revealed as a thêm powerful pack emerges and targets him
2. The pups all find tình yêu as Kate shows a thêm loving side
3. Humphrey and Kate take the pups on a vacation where they run into trouble with King
4. Humphrey and Kate take the pups to where they first met
5. Humphrey is feeling depressed about his parents and Daria helps him to find them
6. King takes Humphrey and Kate hostage and declares war on the Western Pack
Now, I took a little from almost all of these in A&O 9. I revealed Humphrey's past, and as I was trying to think of a pack to rival Humphrey, that's how I came up with the idea for Owen's pack.
I took some stuff from # 5 bởi including Daria and having Humphrey have some memory of his parents. I wasn't planning on doing anything for # 6 because I figured that would almost require a whole other story that I never planned to do, although that's what ended up happening and when I did decide to do an A&O 10, I reverted back to this and decide to have the Rouge Người sói originally be the main villains and to have Humphrey held hostage.
Working on A&O 9
My first job was to come up with a title. It didn't take too long for me to put two and two together with what my bài viết was about and the fact that I needed a title, so I choose a tiêu đề that was both simple but catchy: Missing Parents because his parents were, indeed, missing.
After the name, I needed a place for the story to start. I knew it would be an epic quest to find his parents (which I also got from a poll) but I still had to figure out what was going to trip it all off.
I decided on Father's ngày because I knew everyone would be talking about their father's and since Humphrey didn't have one, it seemed like the way it would actually happen, seeing as how I was trying to keep this as realistic as possible.
Now this is where the "trailer" came in because as I was nghề viết văn it up on Word, I was listening to my yêu thích band/orchestra, Two Steps from Hell and then this one song started playing called Moving Mountains and if bạn haven't heard it, I'll leave a link to the YouTube video at the end. But anyway, it started playing and I instantly stopped. The first few giây played out like normal, but when it started getting to the climactic, epic sounding part, that's when I started seeing Humphrey's death in my head (another thing inspired bởi a poll).
I stopped typing and just listened to the song, imagining the scene in my head. But then I realized this could work for a trailer, too. So I kept playing the song on repeat and was saying whatever popped into my head out loud, and what I mean is I was speaking the commentary of the trailer, what the characters would say. I wasn't even thinking about what I was going to say, it just came out of my mouth and soon enough, I had a vague outline of the story with some holes to fill in.
I decided to include Cando, Hutch, and Daria because I'd seen on the số phiếu bầu that people were saying that those characters should've gotten thêm screen time. I would've included Humphrey's Những người bạn too, especially Shakey but I couldn't find anywhere to put them that would be beneficial to the story.
When I wrote the first chapter, I included the short story of what happened to Garth's mother, mainly as a short answer to that plot hole, but now I feel like filling it thêm properly because I don't know what else to write about know that A&O 10 is nearing its end.
At night, when I would be trying to go to sleep, I would try and figure out the journey that would be taken. Some of the things I had made sure to figure out early on was what happened to Humphrey's parents, what happened to Humphrey after he Mất tích his parents, how Owen's pack could be incorporated into the story, and exactly how he got into the Western Pack.
I was at first worried that I wouldn't be able to include much comedy because I usually don't write very good jokes. But the references to my yêu thích shows solved most of that. Well, that and the talking to myself while I rode my bike.
A few days later, I got a message from a person called Ben15delas saying that he wrote an bài viết that had long since died about Humphrey having a long Mất tích sister and đã đưa ý kiến I could use it. So I read it and then asked for some thêm information about her. Was she older/younger? What's her personality? and so on. He got back to me with some các câu trả lời and to be honest, they kind of reminded me of my dog.
I decided where to put her in and throughout the course of about a little under a tháng after, I really got going as far as nghề viết văn goes, I was at the fateful point of the story. Humphrey's death. Originally, I did plan for him to die, but then I realized, we still didn't know exactly what happened to his parents. So I let him live for the time being. I decided to give Humphrey a brother when I decided that he would find his old pack in the cliffs. I knew he would have to be taken in, but it just didn't seem right to have a ngẫu nhiên chó sói, sói that no one knew so I decided to give him a brother. Why he was an alpha brother, I had no idea at first.
I came up with the joke of Humphrey asking Kate if she was okay after he was the guy that was just shot when I was out riding my bike. I had just written the part of Humphrey being shot and was thinking about what would be happening next. I talk to myself a lot and so when I was riding, I was thinking about how Humphrey got shot and the rest of the group still had to fight off the humans. I knew Humphrey would probably be worried for Kate because she just fought of a couple dozen humans. But when I thought of Humphrey saying, "Are bạn okay?" I realized how stupid that câu hỏi was because, duh, HE was the one that just got shot. But then I figured there needed to be a little humor in this sad moment. I also came up with the "Garth is supposed to be the tough guy" on my bike too. And I thought of "Go into your house thingy" in the shower, believe it hoặc not.
Then I decided to make A&O 10 because it seemed like it wouldn't be fit to end the A&O franchise with him sitting in a ngẫu nhiên cave. So I decided to do another one, but I needed a story and that's when that phiếu bầu came back into play.
References in A&O 9
I hid quite a handful of TV and movie references in A&O 9 mainly because I was watching those shows at the time of the nghề viết văn and they were my yêu thích shows. So here they all are in order of appearance:
1: The first reference was actually to Alpha and Omega. It was towards the end of Chapter 2 when Winston is talking about Humphrey taking his pups. Humphrey agrees to take Stinky because of his nose, but Winston reminds him that if he leaves the other two, it won't be too long before Runt and Claudette are following them. This was obviously a reference to A&O 2 when Stinky and Claudette follow Kate and Humphrey when they go to look for Runt.
2: The tiếp theo reference is in the late beginning of chapter 4 when Runt is about to climb a tree. This is another obvious reference to A&O 2 and well as all the films that came after when Runt would climb up a tree.
3: The tiếp theo reference was shortly after when Marcel and Paddy came back from looking over the hill. They keep ignoring Kate's questions, instead talking about golfing when Humphrey gets a little annoyed and says, "Guys! Can we focus, please?"
This is a reference to an episode in one of, if not my yêu thích TV shows, ngôi sao Wars Rebels. It was towards the end of the first season. The rebels are trying to escape the Empire in the sewers and they're talking about the smell. Ezra is telling them about why the sewers were such a good place to hide. Zeb says that it smells terrible, with which Sabine các câu trả lời saying, "It does kind of smell like you." Zeb seems confused, but she quickly corrects him saying, "I was talking to Ezra," and Ezra responds with, "Wait, bạn know what I smell like?" Kanan overhears all this and says, "Can we focus, please?"
4: The tiếp theo reference is almost right after the last one after they learn about the large pack on the other side of the hill. Humphrey says, "Let's go" and starts heading over the đồi núi, hill towards the pack. Garth then says, "Wait, are bạn crazy?" and Humphrey says, "Does anyone ever say yes to that question?"
Now, this reference kinda has two parts to it. On the one hand, it's referencing the moment in A&O 2 when Kate and Humphrey decide to bring a chịu, gấu cub with on their journey to save Runt and Marcel asks if they're crazy and Humphrey says, "Yup".
This reminded me of one of my all-time yêu thích scenes in ngôi sao Wars Rebels when the rebels are trying to escape Lothal, but the Empire has the whole city locked down. They're looking at a holomap of the city and Kanan points to a spot on it. Hera sees where he's pointing and says, "The Imperial Complex, are bạn crazy?" and Kanan answers, "Does anyone ever say "yes" to that question?"
5: This tiếp theo reference is a reference to the famous quote bởi Abraham Lincoln. "A house divided against itself, cannot stand." The reference to this quote in the story is actually in the tiêu đề of chapter 6. A House Divided. (Speaking of Lincoln, I'm going on a week-long trip to D.C. in the một giây week of May.)
6: This reference is actually brand new because I just added it to chapter 6. Kate and Humphrey are talking about whether hoặc not they should go home. Kate says that they haven't seen anything to hunt, and when she includes moose in her danh sách of animals, Humphrey chimes in and reminds everyone that he doesn't like moose.
This is another two-way reference. On the one hand, it's referencing the other moment when it's stated that Humphrey doesn't like moose in A&O 5. But on the other hand, it's a reference to the moment in the original A&O that causes Humphrey to not like moose.
7: The last reference in A&O 9 is in the beginning of chapter 9. It's after the moment when Kate tells Humphrey that Garth is the "tough guy" and Humphrey says, "That argument is both academically fit and logically sound."
This is a reference to another one of my yêu thích shows called Dragons: Race to the Edge which takes place between How to Train Your Dragon 1 and 2. The reference itself is in the sixth episode of the third season, I believe. The Dragon Riders are trapped in a cave, hiding from all their Những câu chuyện về rồng because, for some reason, all of the Những câu chuyện về rồng except for Toothless have gone wild again.
Snotlout yells at Hiccup for overworking the dragons. This is what goes down: "Oh, just say it," Hiccup says. Then Snotlout says, "All I'm saying is that we wouldn't be in this situation if our Những câu chuyện về rồng hadn't been driven to the brink of insanity, due to your obsessive want to one-up Viggo. There, I đã đưa ý kiến it!" And then Tuffnut says, "Wow. That argument was both academically fit and logically sound."
What happened in the episode after this point is one of my yêu thích scenes because then Toothless starts to attack them and Tuff says, "I'm not going out this way." and then throws salt at Toothless, which cures him.Everyone asks what he threw and he says, "Salt, just a pinch." Everyone is surprised and so he says, "I didn't see any of bạn stepping up, so I went with what I had, and what I had was salt."
I guess there is one thêm reference, but it's not from a movie hoặc show. When I described the forest as "comng to life with the hát of birds," I was thinking of when I had gone camping this past July, and I remember the forest was so loud in the morning because of all of the birds. I kind of hated it because it was really cold since we went up north towards the U.S. border, and I was still tired, and no one else was up. But I couldn't get back to sleep because the birds were so loud.
Starting A&O 10:
When I decided to do another story to bọc it all up, I went back to that one phiếu bầu I was talking about earlier, where it asks "What would be a good story for a PG-13 A&O movie?" and one of the suggestions was "Kate and Humphrey are taken hostage bởi another pack that wants to get back at Humphrey". So I decided to do something along the lines of that with the Rouge Wolves. So now, that part in chapter 3 of Missing Parents when Winston says that Cando and Hutch have to remain behind in case the Rouges attack again, finally has some relevance and is actually now foreshadowing instead of just an excuse to leave Cando and Hutch behind.
But before I could bring the Rouges into the story, first, I had to bọc up the mystery of what happened to Humphrey's parents and tell the entire story from all viewpoints. So I made the first chapter about everyone telling the whole story. It took a while to write mainly because I was pretty much rewriting what I had written in the last chapter of Missing Parents from the point when Humphrey and Kenya wake to when they were taken bởi the humans, so that was a bit tedious.
Making "The Legend of the Peaceful Warrior"
Once I was done telling the story and filling the plot-hole that everyone (including myself) had been upset at for so long, I could finally bring the Rouges into the story. But I knew that to make this a satisfying conclusion, Humphrey needed thêm backup than just the few remaining members of his pack. So thought and thought and then decided to renew the friendship that he and Kyle once had and then Kyle's pack would tham gia the fight.
Once that was done, I brought them back to Jasper and I imagined it to pretty much be in ruins, and while they would be staring in awe at the state of their home, that would be the perfect opportunity for a rouge chó sói, sói to sneak up and kidnap Humphrey. The torture was a bit fun to write, to be honest and it seemed like something that would actually happen because Humphrey would be brought to King and he would have this clearly visible wound that would obviously be painful. So, to get he wanted, King would've taken advantage of it. And after I finished the torture and when I read over it, I realized how good I was at it.
The part about King threatening to throw Humphrey off the cliff seemed like a good thing to include. This was the big finale (in a way) of the franchise, so I needed to build up tension and constantly put Humphrey in danger. And the entire distraction and stalling that Kate and Garth did to rescue Humphrey seemed like the best way to rescue him because it seemed like it would work. If bạn can keep your opponent distracted and solely focused on you, bạn can easily outwit him. I had been đọc the old Chinese book "The Art of War" at the time which is why I referenced it in Humphrey's fight with King.
When I got to the part of Humphrey and King fighting, had decided to actually kill Humphrey this time. But I couldn't see any way to really do that with this fight. Plus, the story would be too short. Seeing as how this was the final chapter in Humphrey's story, I wanted A&O 10 to be longer than 9. And I called it The Legend of the Peaceful Warrior, which meant Humphrey had to do something that no one else could do that would make his story worthy of being a legend told throughout the generations. So what other enemy could I bring into it that would (1: be able to kill Humphrey while offering a pretty good climactic fight before-hand (2: give a true sense of peril and hopelessness so that Humphrey would need to rally the Người sói together and (3: would be such a terrible foe that the Rouges would agree to fight with the Western Pack and against them. Who better to than humans?
But I knew that even if I extended the story bởi adding a large-scale battle with the humans, I needed actual fighting to fill in the gap until we ultimately got the the fight that killed Humphrey. And then I remembered what the song Moving Mountains did and pretty much gave me the trailer and ideas for the first story. So I searched and listened until I found some good songs that would inspire some content for the fight.
The first one I came across, I came across unintentionally again. "Invincible" was a song that from the very beginning, just froze me, kind of like Humphrey in the very beginning of 9. I immediately stopped and I saw what eventually made it into the story. A shot of Humphrey's feet as he's walking and then the camera slowly pans up to reveal him leading a huge "army" of Người sói behind him.
I found the rest of the songs that I listed in each of the chapters and I typed as I listened and thought, "If this was a movie, what would be happening, right now, during this part of the song?"
I eventually had the realization that if the entire town was there at the battle, then Kenya's former owner would obviously be there, too. And so it would only make sense for them to meet since this was the end and it would make for a good way to bọc up her story. Then I figured that this guy would probably try to get her to come back with him and Humphrey would obviously try to protect her which would create tension between the two sides and would also give Kenya a difficult choice to make.
Coming up with the Climactic Showdown
Once I started getting to chapter 14, I figured the story was long enough now and that it was time bọc it up and trigger the final, climactic showdown.
Now, my original plan for Humphrey's death was kind of lame. It mainly relied on his bullet-wound from the end of 9. I had this whole scientific reason why he would die. So pretty much, I planned on having him jump on one of the humans and another one would tackle him. The force of the impact would be so strong that it would knock the bullet out of place where it had lodged itself in the hole it had made in his lung. The bullet plugged up the hole, keeping his lung inflated, but as soon as he got tackled, the force of the impact would dislodge it and his lung would collapse. But I figured that a regular human wouldn't really have much power and might to hit him that hard so that's when I decided to include the military reinforcement. But I also decided that, no, this is it, this where it all ends. We need a one-on-one fight between two characters to end this, not some ngẫu nhiên accident. So I scrapped the idea of the collapsed lung and started thinking of a new one.
I was thinking about how this entire battle between the Người sói and the humans would play out now that the military was involved and that's when I got the final idea that made it into the story. If this is a military detachment, then there's obviously going to be a colonel hoặc a general hoặc a sergeant hoặc some sort of commanding officer and I thought that that commending officer would be the one to kill Humphrey.
I knew there was going to be this huge fight involved and I was really excited to get started on it, but I only knew how it was going to end. I had no idea what would happen during the fight hoặc how it would even get started. I worked on the latter first. I knew that Humphrey would really only target a specific person if someone he cared about was in danger. So I thought and then I remembered, we just had this moment between him and Kenya. So, she was the one that was going to be threatened.
Coming up with the content of the fight was probably the trickiest part. I personally feel like the hardest part of ending any trilogy hoặc franchise hoặc TV hiển thị is the final conflict because everything that's been going on from the very beginning has been leading up to this specific moment. And so bạn need to end it in a way that will make sense to the story and bạn have expectations mad bởi the những người hâm mộ that bạn have to uphold so bạn don't want to let anyone down.
I listened to a couple songs and eventually fell on two that really hit the mark, tim, trái tim of Courage and Jump. I imagined that after all of this fighting, Humphrey would be sort of dazed, and wouldn't really have a clear mind. But then after seeing Kenya in danger, his head would immediately clear up and he would start the battle.
I had a lot of fun coming up with what was going on during their fight. The first couple of times, I didn't do any writing. I just sat and listened to the âm nhạc and let my mind run wild, coming up with different things that would happen during specific parts of the song. The dash to the rifle, the pistol, the whole thing of Humphrey hanging on to the General's shoulder.
My yêu thích part was probably the slow motion part when (in the song) there was this short electric đàn ghi ta, guitar part where it goes from high to low and then back to high again. (go to 1:40 in video)
When I heard that, I saw a sort of quick, slow motion sequence in my head and that's when Humphrey and the General are running at each other, Humphrey leaps into the air with his front paws extended and his mouth open, the General has his right hand in a fist and it's slightly drawn back. Then the camera zooms out and we get a shot of both of them in slow motion with that cool electric guitar. Humphrey is slowly moving through the air towards the General and the General is slowly moving towards Humphrey with a clenched fist. And then it resumes back to normal speed and they meet and Humphrey hits him with so much force, the General gets knocked backwards and they fall to the ground and the impact throws Humphrey off his shoulder.
I knew Humphrey wouldn't really be able to get behind the General to knock him over, so the General could roll, grab Humphrey, and stab him if Humphrey didn't do the stand-and-pivot. Plus that di chuyển has become a classic thing the Người sói do when they're in trouble and it's just a cool thing to see. It kind of reminds me of that one scene in Battleship in the end when they drop the anchor and the ship swings around. No matter how many times I watch that scene, I get goosebumps.
Once Humphrey had been stabbed, I finished up the fighting and made the humans retreat while the Người sói chased them. But the three closest people to Humphrey stayed behind to fight the General. He eventually retreats too, but he grabbed his pistol up off the ground because he planned to return to claim Humphrey as a trophy.
Ending Humphrey's Story:
Humphrey's dying words took weeks of thought, no joke. I started coming up with ideas back when I had just started chapter 15 a few months ago. I knew this was going to be no easy task. This was the main character of the franchise, pretty much so I had to make sure I did a good job completing his story and that included his last words. I figured he would say something special to everyone he cared about; Kenya, Adam, his pups, and Kate. Kate was definitely the hardest to think of because she was his wife and they had been through so much together.
When it finally came time to kill him, I admit, I hesitated for a good 5 minutes. Humphrey was my hero as a child and even now, when I'm much older, he still defines my childhood, so it was very hard to kill him off. I even considered scrapping the idea to kill him completely, but I knew that wouldn't be good for the story. And I'm not embarrassed to say that I did shed a few tears while I wrote those final words, permanently confirming his death. Now if I had done this 5 hoặc 6 years ago, I most certainly would've either not killed him, hoặc I would've broke down in tears as I killed him had I done when I was younger. But at least it was brief.
We had gone up to a state park a couple weeks after I decided to kill Humphrey, and there was this stuffed chó sói, sói in the visitor center, along with some other cool stuff. But when I saw the wolf, I thought that it would be a cool way to bring A&O into the real world.
Ending the Story and Creating Humphrey's Legend:
I originally intended for there to be another chapter of just grieving for Humphrey, but I couldn't think of how I would fill that space, so I just scrapped that idea. I knew that Kate would be heartbroken, though, and I really wanted to bring the emotion home, not just to the story to the people đọc it. So that's why I went into great detail about how she would never feel his soft lông, lông thú again, hoặc how she'd never see his playful smile, hoặc how she would no longer wake up with him tiếp theo to her. I never planned out what I was going to write for that part. I just wrote whatever came into my head and if it made me feel sad, then good, put it in there. When I read through that part after I was done, the frther down I got, the sadder I got, and then I got to the part where it said, "Humphrey was gone for good. And he was never coming back" I sat back in my chair and took a một giây to catch my breath because it was such a heavy way of putting it. But it was true and so I kept it.
I decided to have them erect the logboard in Humphrey's honor because I figured that his sacrifice would be a story told for many years as a tradition. And usually when great tales and legends are told, the group that it's being told to usually gathers around something to hear it. So I decided that they should gather around the logboard.
The closing part before the epilogue, as Kate is starting to tell his story for the first time, is actually a reference to ngôi sao Wars Rebels. Not an episode itself, but the narrative in the trailer for season 4.
The final paragraph, and the way that legend begins is also a reference. This time, though, it's to the game, The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon. This last paragraph of the story is the opening dialogue in the game and I felt that it fit the mood of my story too well not to include it.
Why Humphrey was so much like an alpha:
Now I know that a lot of people might be wondering why Humphrey wasn't his normal, playful self in A&O 10, and there's two reasons for that. The first is that, this wouldn't be the first time that he's been like this, because in A&O 5, towards the end, when he attacked the trappers, he saw a whole new side to him. A protective, sort of vicious side, and that's the main reason why 5 is my yêu thích sequel. Because of the idea that Humphrey isn't all play and when the time comes, he's ready to sacrifice everything to protect his family. I still want to know what happened in the forest after Kate ran back to save him. But that one scene was my main inspiration for Humphrey to be very serious and protective, because I loved that.
The main reason he's so serious though is kind of simple and I kind of hinted at it back when I talked about how I didn't really know why I made Adam an alpha. Well, I filled in the blanks and thought that if their grandparents were alphas, then that alpha trait would've been passed on to Humphrey's mother. But since both of his parents were omega, there was a one in four chance that the alpha trait would be passed on as a primary trait instead of recessive. Adam was the only one that got it as a primary trait and the alpha blood lay dormant in Humphrey's DNA. It was always there, but it was recessive, until it was ultimately forced out bởi the threat that King and the humans presented. So the reason Humphrey acted so much like an alpha, was because that recessive trait surfaced and so he, in a way, turned from an omega, into an alpha.
References in A&O 10:
1. The first reference in A&O 10, is the very first thing in chapter two, when Humphrey says, "What's up in Jasper?"
This is another reference to ngôi sao Wars Rebels during an episode when the Empire suddenly leaves Lothal and everyone's confused and Ezra says, "What's up on Lothal?"
2. The tiếp theo reference is also in chapter 2 and it's a reference to A&O 5. In my story, Humphrey doesn't want to bring his pups because he says it's too dangerous, but Claudette reminds him about the trappers that they dealt with a little over a năm before.
3. This reference is towards the beginning of chapter four when King gets interrupted and says, "I thought I asked for complete privacy."
This is a reference to an episode in Dragons: Race to the Edge when Viggo is trying to fix the Dragon Eye, but one of the hunters walks in and Viggo gets upset and says the same thing that King said.
4. This tiếp theo reference is in chapter five when they're coming with a plan to rescue Humphrey. Kate says, "We have a plan to rescue Humphrey, the trick is to pull it off before King loses patience. We have to stall him somehow."
This is reference to the series finale of ngôi sao Wars Rebels, which was absolutely amazing in my opinion. It's a moment when Thrawn has the rebels in a tough spot as he threatens to destroy the city if Ezra doesn't surrender. The rebels are coming up with a plan to get the shield up so that the city will be protected, and Hera says pretty much the same thing.
5. Another reference is also in chapter 5 at the end when Kyle saves Humphrey from falling off the cliff, and Humphrey says, "Nice to know bạn care," and Kyle says, "Don't ruin this."
This is probably my yêu thích reference that I put in here from ngôi sao Wars Rebels. It's from an episode where Kanan and Rex are posing as stormtroopers to rescue Ezra but Rex gets captured in the escape. Kanan goes back for him and after they have the same exchange of words with Rex saying what Humphrey đã đưa ý kiến and Kanan saying what Kyle said. Now, this was funny in the hiển thị because Rex was a clone so Kanan, being a Jedi, has issues with him. So it's a bit of a shock to Rex when Kanan comes back.