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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:00,001 --> 00:00:02,617 Subtitles by explosiveskull www.OpenSubtitles.org 2 00:00:04,129 --> 00:00:07,465 My mom used to say that everybody has their something. 3 00:00:08,300 --> 00:00:12,721 A special thing that makes them, well, them! 4 00:00:14,265 --> 00:00:16,391 For some kids, their something is sports. 5 00:00:16,432 --> 00:00:17,434 Nice shot! 6 00:00:18,768 --> 00:00:21,271 For some kids, their something is art. 7 00:00:23,356 --> 00:00:26,986 For some kids, their something is music. 8 00:00:31,240 --> 00:00:35,035 Maybe not these kids, but, you know, A for effort. 9 00:00:37,204 --> 00:00:40,832 When I was seven, Mom got sick, and... 10 00:00:41,625 --> 00:00:43,335 then it was just me and Dad. 11 00:00:46,045 --> 00:00:47,839 I thought I had lost everything. 12 00:00:50,301 --> 00:00:52,928 But then, I found my something. 13 00:01:13,823 --> 00:01:16,826 Hey, Nory, I found... 14 00:01:17,620 --> 00:01:19,121 It turns out my something... 15 00:01:23,709 --> 00:01:25,043 was magic. 16 00:01:25,293 --> 00:01:29,131 Upside down now Oh, no 17 00:01:29,381 --> 00:01:31,466 What's going on here The world has turned around 18 00:01:31,759 --> 00:01:36,096 Okay! Tomorrow's a big day and so today is a big deal! 19 00:01:36,471 --> 00:01:40,308 Tomorrow, after waiting six long years, 20 00:01:40,725 --> 00:01:43,228 I head off to Sage Academy. 21 00:01:44,647 --> 00:01:47,733 Where super-awesome magic kids like myself, 22 00:01:47,775 --> 00:01:50,903 learn how to be super-awesomer and magic-er. 23 00:01:51,653 --> 00:01:54,447 Could be scary. Could be overwhelming. 24 00:01:55,533 --> 00:01:58,284 Nah, it won't because I'm not going on my own. 25 00:01:58,701 --> 00:02:02,748 I'm going with my best of BFFs, the amazing, mystifying, 26 00:02:02,790 --> 00:02:07,044 and also magic-ifying, Reina Carvajal! 27 00:02:09,295 --> 00:02:12,132 "Amazing"? "Mystifying"? "Magic-ifying"? 28 00:02:12,174 --> 00:02:14,802 What? I'm practicing hyping you up. 29 00:02:14,843 --> 00:02:17,805 I need to let that school know they've got a superstar on their hands! 30 00:02:17,847 --> 00:02:21,516 I'm just trying to make it through the first semester in one piece. 31 00:02:21,558 --> 00:02:23,185 Are you kidding? We're gonna be great. 32 00:02:23,811 --> 00:02:24,895 Go ahead. 33 00:02:24,937 --> 00:02:27,439 Show everyone how good you are without any training. 34 00:02:27,730 --> 00:02:29,858 Okay. Okay, ready. 35 00:02:30,651 --> 00:02:33,695 - Any requests? - You know what I'm gonna say. 36 00:02:33,736 --> 00:02:35,906 - You're gonna say "Sparkle Fireba..." - Sparkle Fireball! 37 00:02:35,948 --> 00:02:38,659 For sure, no doubt. It's my favorite. 38 00:02:38,700 --> 00:02:40,618 You say everything I do is your favorite. 39 00:02:40,995 --> 00:02:44,456 Yeah, but Sparkle Fireball is my favorite favorite. 40 00:02:45,248 --> 00:02:47,877 It's a good one. But it's really hard. 41 00:02:48,961 --> 00:02:53,632 Not for you! You are a flame-throwing rockstar. 42 00:03:08,938 --> 00:03:09,939 How was that? 43 00:03:12,151 --> 00:03:13,110 It was all right. 44 00:03:14,944 --> 00:03:18,781 If you like incredibly, awesome, mind-blowing, magical powers! 45 00:03:18,824 --> 00:03:21,243 'Cause you are so good at magic it's bananas. 46 00:03:21,284 --> 00:03:23,746 You are going to rock Sage so hard. 47 00:03:23,787 --> 00:03:28,375 It's we who are going to rock Sage so hard. Me and you. 48 00:03:29,126 --> 00:03:31,212 Speaking of. Your turn. 49 00:03:32,128 --> 00:03:35,507 Okay. Okay. Give me a second. Let me concentrate. 50 00:03:40,012 --> 00:03:41,514 Kitten, kitten, kitten. 51 00:03:43,181 --> 00:03:45,600 Well, this is new. 52 00:03:46,268 --> 00:03:48,562 I'm seeing kitten, of course, but also... 53 00:03:49,437 --> 00:03:52,024 kangaroo and beaver? 54 00:03:56,277 --> 00:03:58,239 Hey, where'd you get my pencil? 55 00:04:02,033 --> 00:04:06,996 I wish I just had a little more control over the wacko-animals I turn into. 56 00:04:07,247 --> 00:04:09,834 You're still magic. That's what matters most. 57 00:04:10,793 --> 00:04:15,131 Yeah, but like, you just think about fire and... poof! 58 00:04:16,632 --> 00:04:20,093 I think about a cat and I turn into a terrifying abomination. 59 00:04:20,136 --> 00:04:21,804 That's why we're going to Sage. 60 00:04:22,303 --> 00:04:26,474 They're gonna teach you to be the best abomination you can be. 61 00:04:55,211 --> 00:04:58,048 Dad, are you sure we're in the right place? 62 00:04:58,089 --> 00:05:00,425 Is there supposed to be a bus or something? 63 00:05:00,468 --> 00:05:02,136 This is where they told us to go. 64 00:05:03,512 --> 00:05:04,680 Are you okay? 65 00:05:06,055 --> 00:05:09,767 - I... I might be a little nervous. - That's natural. 66 00:05:10,310 --> 00:05:12,103 Your mom said she was nervous, too. 67 00:05:12,812 --> 00:05:15,483 She was? But she was so good at magic. 68 00:05:15,733 --> 00:05:18,276 Of course she was nervous! New things are scary! 69 00:05:18,735 --> 00:05:19,819 But... 70 00:05:20,737 --> 00:05:22,156 I know you're gonna be okay. 71 00:05:23,656 --> 00:05:26,618 Then you know what? I know I'm gonna be okay, too. 72 00:05:27,827 --> 00:05:29,871 - You know what else? - What else? 73 00:05:32,415 --> 00:05:36,252 - You're going to magic school! - I'm going to magic school! 74 00:05:49,975 --> 00:05:51,227 What's happening? 75 00:05:52,937 --> 00:05:57,858 Something awesome, right? Some kind of magical amazing, something. 76 00:05:59,776 --> 00:06:03,447 Hey, come on, let's go! The school's not gonna walk to you! 77 00:06:03,781 --> 00:06:05,949 Bye-bye parents! See you at Thanksgiving. 78 00:06:06,617 --> 00:06:09,578 Adios! Sayonara! Au revoir! 79 00:06:09,620 --> 00:06:13,915 Catch you later! Ciao! TTYL! Bye! 80 00:06:14,290 --> 00:06:18,504 Okay, come on, here we go, no time to waste, can't stop for anything. 81 00:06:18,545 --> 00:06:19,879 Oh, except this. 82 00:06:20,213 --> 00:06:22,757 So, clap, clap, clap. You can all do magic 83 00:06:22,800 --> 00:06:24,009 Big whoop, I get it. 84 00:06:24,384 --> 00:06:27,512 That's why you're going to magic school, where you'll be up to your magical butts 85 00:06:27,555 --> 00:06:30,266 in magical magic for the next six magical years. 86 00:06:30,307 --> 00:06:35,104 But, like, the one rule of this little nature hike is no magic. 87 00:06:35,146 --> 00:06:37,564 Okay? Here we go, come on! 88 00:06:40,192 --> 00:06:41,192 Bye, Dad! 89 00:06:47,533 --> 00:06:52,079 Okay, hello! Noisy, magic children, please, keep your voices down, 90 00:06:52,120 --> 00:06:56,000 as there are mystical creatures and vicious monsterlings out there. 91 00:06:56,040 --> 00:06:59,377 We don't want them jumping out and tearing you all limb for limb. 92 00:07:02,464 --> 00:07:04,340 Wow, that is really too easy. 93 00:07:04,966 --> 00:07:08,428 Okay. Everyone chill, I'm kidding. There are no mystical creatures. 94 00:07:08,471 --> 00:07:11,055 Okay, unless you think skunks are mystical. 95 00:07:11,389 --> 00:07:13,141 Save your spray, dude. 96 00:07:13,184 --> 00:07:15,769 He was just explaining the rules, he didn't mean any offense. 97 00:07:15,810 --> 00:07:19,439 Hey! What'd I just say about not doing magic right now? 98 00:07:19,857 --> 00:07:21,609 I wasn't doing magic! I was just... 99 00:07:23,360 --> 00:07:26,572 talking to a skunk? 100 00:07:27,031 --> 00:07:28,865 Put a sock in it, skunk whisperer. 101 00:07:32,452 --> 00:07:36,748 I know, I know, that is so uncool, bro. We'll talk later, okay? 102 00:07:37,625 --> 00:07:40,252 Hmm. What's up with emo-Joe over there? 103 00:07:40,293 --> 00:07:42,295 Maybe you should try talking to him and find out. 104 00:07:42,797 --> 00:07:47,551 Yeah! Good idea! Get out there, mingle, shake hands, kiss babies. 105 00:07:47,802 --> 00:07:51,180 After all, these are our people. 106 00:07:54,016 --> 00:07:55,016 Hey! 107 00:07:56,310 --> 00:07:57,353 I'm Nory. 108 00:07:58,144 --> 00:07:59,562 Nory Boxwood Horace. 109 00:08:00,939 --> 00:08:03,776 Very cool backpack, by the way. Where did you get... 110 00:08:06,737 --> 00:08:10,074 - Our people are not big talkers. - Solid effort though. 111 00:08:24,963 --> 00:08:27,007 You know what's worse than this spooky forest? 112 00:08:27,800 --> 00:08:28,800 Nothing? 113 00:08:29,218 --> 00:08:32,388 That old guy wearing cargo shorts over long johns. 114 00:08:44,899 --> 00:08:48,444 Awesome. A creepy nightmare hole. 115 00:08:49,321 --> 00:08:53,993 Excuse me, sir, are we lost? 116 00:08:54,033 --> 00:08:57,913 Well, how would I know? I'm just an old guy in wack threads. 117 00:09:00,416 --> 00:09:03,794 Now. Follow me, if you dare. 118 00:09:11,259 --> 00:09:12,385 Whoa! 119 00:09:17,182 --> 00:09:20,519 Nory? I could use one of those pep-talks where you... 120 00:09:20,852 --> 00:09:25,274 tell me I'm a flame-throwing rock star, because this is a lot. 121 00:09:26,774 --> 00:09:31,029 You are a flame-throwing rock star. And this is a lot. 122 00:09:31,822 --> 00:09:34,073 But we got this. 123 00:10:27,544 --> 00:10:30,923 Eh. Don't even bother. Those don't work here. 124 00:10:31,465 --> 00:10:32,550 Aw... 125 00:10:41,475 --> 00:10:44,019 These other fire kids are really good. 126 00:10:44,602 --> 00:10:47,939 Not better than you! Reina, we're here! 127 00:10:54,947 --> 00:10:59,326 Students. Students! Students! 128 00:11:01,202 --> 00:11:03,706 Welcome to orientation. 129 00:11:04,206 --> 00:11:08,252 I am Ms. Knightslinger, the headmaster of Sage Academy. 130 00:11:09,043 --> 00:11:10,545 You are here at Sage 131 00:11:10,587 --> 00:11:15,134 because you display some measure of innate magical talent. 132 00:11:15,384 --> 00:11:17,470 All of you will need guidance 133 00:11:17,510 --> 00:11:21,557 and instruction to develop your magic correctly. 134 00:11:22,099 --> 00:11:25,478 The right way. The only way, 135 00:11:26,187 --> 00:11:27,770 the Sage way. 136 00:11:29,148 --> 00:11:33,110 Yes, it is all very exciting, I suppose. Now! 137 00:11:34,736 --> 00:11:41,117 Sage has five distinct schools, based on the five types of talent. 138 00:11:41,619 --> 00:11:45,372 Fuzzies, who communicate with the animal kingdom. 139 00:11:45,663 --> 00:11:50,126 Flickers, who can make an object come to them with the flick of a hand. 140 00:11:50,836 --> 00:11:54,255 Flares, who can harness the power of fire. 141 00:11:54,881 --> 00:11:58,384 Flyers, who, well, fly. 142 00:11:58,427 --> 00:12:03,724 And Fluxers, who have the power to transform into any animal at will. 143 00:12:03,765 --> 00:12:05,141 Yes! This girl right here! 144 00:12:05,475 --> 00:12:07,977 Fluxing butt and taking numbers! 145 00:12:10,313 --> 00:12:11,272 Are we done? 146 00:12:14,067 --> 00:12:18,072 Sorry. I'm a Fluxer. But I´m done now. Not done being a Fluxer, 147 00:12:18,113 --> 00:12:20,115 but done talking. Reina, tell me to be quiet. 148 00:12:20,157 --> 00:12:21,450 - Nory, be quiet. - Okie-doke. 149 00:12:23,201 --> 00:12:25,120 As I was saying, 150 00:12:25,162 --> 00:12:28,249 you have a magical talent, and that got you in the door. 151 00:12:28,289 --> 00:12:30,918 And by now, you're probably very clear what that talent is, 152 00:12:30,960 --> 00:12:33,045 and which school you are in. 153 00:12:33,086 --> 00:12:34,420 - Fluxer! - Nory! 154 00:12:34,462 --> 00:12:35,673 - Flare! - Nory. 155 00:12:35,923 --> 00:12:37,633 Nory! Be quiet! Okie-doke. 156 00:12:38,216 --> 00:12:40,260 Moving on. 157 00:12:40,760 --> 00:12:45,348 We require all new students to take a placement test, 158 00:12:45,765 --> 00:12:49,644 to see if you qualify for our honors level classes. 159 00:13:04,909 --> 00:13:08,831 The Sage way to evaluate Flare aptitude is thus, 160 00:13:09,164 --> 00:13:12,625 be able to light a candle from six feet away. 161 00:13:13,543 --> 00:13:14,752 That's it? 162 00:13:14,794 --> 00:13:18,173 I can make a basketball out of fire, and dunk it through a hoop, 163 00:13:18,466 --> 00:13:19,966 also made out of fire. 164 00:13:20,009 --> 00:13:24,763 You are not here to show off. You are here to learn the Sage way. 165 00:13:25,014 --> 00:13:26,014 Now do it. 166 00:13:35,149 --> 00:13:37,067 Please collect your card and wait in the quad. 167 00:13:45,993 --> 00:13:46,994 Hmm. 168 00:14:05,386 --> 00:14:06,387 Uh... 169 00:14:07,639 --> 00:14:08,848 Hey-o. 170 00:14:08,890 --> 00:14:12,477 Mister Elliot Cohen? Please don't waste our time. 171 00:14:12,519 --> 00:14:14,230 - Light the candle. - Okay. 172 00:14:38,044 --> 00:14:40,088 First lost cause of the day. 173 00:15:01,192 --> 00:15:03,528 - Was that okay? - Very good, Reina. 174 00:15:04,196 --> 00:15:06,532 Please get your card and wait in the quad. 175 00:15:11,035 --> 00:15:14,247 The Sage way to evaluate Fuzzies is thus, 176 00:15:14,539 --> 00:15:16,375 you will ask this dog a series of questions 177 00:15:16,417 --> 00:15:19,586 to which only we have the answer. Proceed. 178 00:15:20,587 --> 00:15:23,423 Hey, bro. What's your name? 179 00:15:23,966 --> 00:15:25,091 - Banjo. - Banjo. 180 00:15:25,134 --> 00:15:26,927 - Banjo. - Hey, Banjo. 181 00:15:28,095 --> 00:15:29,638 - He's from Cleveland. - Cleveland. 182 00:15:30,639 --> 00:15:35,394 His favorite food is chicken a la king, but he also really needs to go walkies. 183 00:15:40,274 --> 00:15:43,568 The Sage way to evaluate Flickers is thus, 184 00:15:44,068 --> 00:15:47,322 make the vase come to you from six feet away. 185 00:15:50,868 --> 00:15:52,076 Ms. Paloma? 186 00:15:53,870 --> 00:15:55,371 - Pepper! - What? 187 00:15:55,998 --> 00:15:57,249 Vase. You. Now. 188 00:16:01,294 --> 00:16:02,253 Yeah, okay. 189 00:16:21,023 --> 00:16:24,067 - We good? - Quite. 190 00:16:28,780 --> 00:16:32,200 The Sage way to evaluate Fliers is thus, 191 00:16:33,159 --> 00:16:36,956 fly three feet off the ground, stay in the air for 30 seconds, 192 00:16:36,996 --> 00:16:38,331 and land safely. 193 00:16:51,761 --> 00:16:53,680 Andres, we're waiting. 194 00:16:57,433 --> 00:16:58,351 Andres! 195 00:17:05,526 --> 00:17:08,153 Well, I don't need to tell you that is more than three feet. 196 00:17:08,194 --> 00:17:11,281 Thank you, Andres. You can come down now. 197 00:17:13,576 --> 00:17:15,995 You can't? Wonderful! 198 00:17:16,787 --> 00:17:17,913 Skriff! 199 00:17:28,632 --> 00:17:31,552 The Sage way of evaluating Fluxers is thus, 200 00:17:32,051 --> 00:17:36,347 flux into this grey tabby kitten, hold the form for six seconds, 201 00:17:36,390 --> 00:17:39,351 and then flux back to your human form. 202 00:17:43,189 --> 00:17:47,359 One, two, three, 203 00:17:48,109 --> 00:17:51,404 four, five, six. 204 00:18:12,593 --> 00:18:15,179 - Nory. - Yo. 205 00:18:15,721 --> 00:18:17,890 Please flux into this kitten for us. 206 00:18:17,932 --> 00:18:19,517 - Just the kitten? - Yes! 207 00:18:20,017 --> 00:18:22,436 - So, that kitten. - Nory. 208 00:18:22,811 --> 00:18:28,149 Okay. One kitten, of the grey tabby variety. 209 00:18:28,858 --> 00:18:31,110 Coming up. Made to order. 210 00:18:32,195 --> 00:18:33,571 Hot and fresh. 211 00:18:58,638 --> 00:19:00,974 One, two... 212 00:19:15,071 --> 00:19:16,281 Oh. 213 00:19:24,748 --> 00:19:27,833 Ta-da! Pretty cool, right? 214 00:19:27,835 --> 00:19:30,962 Was there some llama in there? It felt like a little bit of llama. 215 00:19:31,005 --> 00:19:33,841 That was very unique. 216 00:19:43,976 --> 00:19:45,895 Attention, everyone! 217 00:20:05,038 --> 00:20:11,545 It is always a joy to meet the new class, and today is no exception. 218 00:20:12,546 --> 00:20:15,341 Well, perhaps a there were a few exceptions. 219 00:20:15,382 --> 00:20:18,510 Regardless, everyone, please take a look at your cards, 220 00:20:18,551 --> 00:20:21,721 and find out where you have been placed! 221 00:20:43,701 --> 00:20:47,080 - Nory, look! - Awesome! Congrats. 222 00:20:47,873 --> 00:20:49,290 What does yours say? 223 00:20:57,048 --> 00:21:00,469 - That's not anything. - Maybe it's broken. 224 00:21:00,510 --> 00:21:02,471 - Ask somebody. - All right, students! 225 00:21:02,512 --> 00:21:06,182 Off to the dining hall to get your uniforms! 226 00:21:14,942 --> 00:21:17,528 No, Nory. You go that way. 227 00:21:22,199 --> 00:21:23,409 Come along, Reina. 228 00:21:25,536 --> 00:21:26,495 You gonna be okay? 229 00:21:27,163 --> 00:21:30,082 Of course I am. Now go get 'em, rock star. 230 00:21:39,842 --> 00:21:41,594 What's a UDM? 231 00:22:12,565 --> 00:22:13,692 Uh, hello? 232 00:22:16,778 --> 00:22:17,987 Anyone? 233 00:22:18,572 --> 00:22:19,448 Who are you? 234 00:22:20,824 --> 00:22:21,700 Nory. 235 00:22:23,284 --> 00:22:25,496 I was right behind you on the walk this morning. 236 00:22:27,331 --> 00:22:29,041 I looked kinda like this? 237 00:22:33,086 --> 00:22:35,922 Ah! Yes, you are, yes, you were, and yes, you did. 238 00:22:36,423 --> 00:22:39,676 Okay, come on down. And shut the door behind you. 239 00:22:50,146 --> 00:22:51,272 The door, kid. 240 00:23:09,247 --> 00:23:11,249 - What's this? - It's your uniform. 241 00:23:14,461 --> 00:23:16,921 Where's the cool jacket and hoodie all the other kids get? 242 00:23:17,297 --> 00:23:22,135 Oh, uh, you get to wear your own cool jacket and, or hoodie. 243 00:23:22,594 --> 00:23:23,970 Isn't that exciting... 244 00:23:24,471 --> 00:23:27,057 - in theory? - We don't get a special color? 245 00:23:27,390 --> 00:23:33,104 No. But you do get a desk. So sit down. Pop a squat. 246 00:23:33,147 --> 00:23:34,314 Take a seat. 247 00:23:34,355 --> 00:23:37,984 I am Mr. Skriff, and I am in charge of the UDM. 248 00:23:39,736 --> 00:23:42,073 What is this place? Are you sure I´m supposed to be here? 249 00:23:42,656 --> 00:23:45,284 Did you tank your placement exam like us? 250 00:23:45,534 --> 00:23:50,414 No! I blew their minds, with magic they could barely understand. 251 00:23:51,082 --> 00:23:54,418 In other words, you tanked your placement exam. Like them. 252 00:23:55,002 --> 00:23:57,630 He made smoke instead of fire. 253 00:23:58,089 --> 00:24:01,092 She pushed the vase away instead of toward her. 254 00:24:01,758 --> 00:24:04,844 He could go up, but he couldn't come down. 255 00:24:04,887 --> 00:24:07,848 And you couldn't be just a kitten. 256 00:24:08,224 --> 00:24:11,685 So, butt. Seat. Now. 257 00:24:11,726 --> 00:24:15,022 I'm still pretty sure I'm not supposed to be here. 258 00:24:15,063 --> 00:24:19,860 Oh, and I'm deffo sure that you are. Why? Because you're wonky. 259 00:24:19,901 --> 00:24:23,738 And weird and your magic is defective. Yup, that's why you're all here, 260 00:24:23,781 --> 00:24:27,743 wonky, weird, defective magic. We don't always know why it happens. 261 00:24:27,784 --> 00:24:31,496 We don't really care why it happens, but when it does, you come to me. 262 00:24:31,538 --> 00:24:35,041 So, welcome to the School of Upside-Down Magic. 263 00:24:35,543 --> 00:24:37,544 So, UDM means... 264 00:24:37,585 --> 00:24:42,006 "Upside-down magic." Congratulations, you are a genius. 265 00:24:42,591 --> 00:24:46,594 Or rather, not a genius, at least where magic is concerned. 266 00:24:50,015 --> 00:24:54,018 But buck up, kiddo! With a little luck, we'll get that fixed. 267 00:24:54,061 --> 00:24:55,563 - Really? - No, probably not. 268 00:24:55,603 --> 00:24:57,355 I mean maybe, but not usually. 269 00:24:57,398 --> 00:24:59,150 Possibly, I wouldn't count on it. 270 00:24:59,190 --> 00:25:01,360 But we, like get to do magic though, right? 271 00:25:03,028 --> 00:25:04,029 Right? 272 00:25:05,322 --> 00:25:07,323 Uh, no. No, we do not. 273 00:25:07,365 --> 00:25:10,368 We study, like, school stuff here. Okay? 274 00:25:10,619 --> 00:25:14,457 Math and things. Assignments. 275 00:25:15,123 --> 00:25:16,291 Magic assignments? 276 00:25:16,332 --> 00:25:19,586 Are you even listening? No! No magic! 277 00:25:20,086 --> 00:25:24,549 It's my job to help keep you productive, busy, engaged. 278 00:25:24,800 --> 00:25:26,092 It's also my job 279 00:25:26,134 --> 00:25:29,179 to be the groundskeeper and handle general maintenance issues 280 00:25:29,220 --> 00:25:31,015 at this fine institution. 281 00:25:31,056 --> 00:25:34,893 - So, wait. Are you a teacher or what? - Am I a teacher? 282 00:25:34,935 --> 00:25:37,354 What I am is very busy, okay? 283 00:25:37,396 --> 00:25:40,066 So, please, do not pester me with abstract questions. 284 00:25:40,107 --> 00:25:44,070 Well, here's a clear, direct one then, why can't we study magic here? 285 00:25:44,111 --> 00:25:45,487 Because your magic 286 00:25:45,905 --> 00:25:47,448 is wrong. 287 00:25:47,823 --> 00:25:50,200 But, that's why we're here. To learn how to do it right. 288 00:25:50,575 --> 00:25:54,371 You are never going to learn how to do it right. 289 00:25:55,038 --> 00:25:59,292 Upside-down magic will never be proper magic. 290 00:25:59,627 --> 00:26:03,339 In the eyes of Sage, you are unteachable. 291 00:26:04,506 --> 00:26:06,342 So, what happens now? 292 00:26:07,008 --> 00:26:09,719 You sit here. And you wait. 293 00:26:10,012 --> 00:26:13,307 - For what? - For your magic to disappear. 294 00:26:14,809 --> 00:26:16,936 Magic is like a muscle. 295 00:26:17,311 --> 00:26:19,938 If you don't use it, it will wither away, 296 00:26:19,979 --> 00:26:21,481 and eventually cease to work. 297 00:26:22,358 --> 00:26:25,027 And then, we send you back into the world, 298 00:26:25,069 --> 00:26:27,196 where you can pursue a life as... 299 00:26:27,697 --> 00:26:31,617 an accountant, or a dog groomer, 300 00:26:31,867 --> 00:26:33,577 or whatever it is people do. 301 00:26:34,160 --> 00:26:37,081 What possible reason could you have for taking 302 00:26:37,122 --> 00:26:41,043 a bunch of perfectly good magic kids and letting them go bad like, 303 00:26:41,835 --> 00:26:43,962 a bunch of bananas you forgot in a drawer? 304 00:26:44,380 --> 00:26:46,841 To protect humanity. 305 00:26:51,594 --> 00:26:55,682 For a while, Sage treated UDMs like any other students. 306 00:26:55,725 --> 00:27:01,605 Until 1939, and a student named 307 00:27:01,938 --> 00:27:04,233 Reginald Roberts. 308 00:27:07,027 --> 00:27:09,070 Reginald was a Flare. 309 00:27:11,407 --> 00:27:14,702 But he could only express his flame 310 00:27:14,744 --> 00:27:18,164 through his basement furnace. 311 00:27:22,168 --> 00:27:25,838 And yes, it was very funny to all. But little did we know 312 00:27:26,088 --> 00:27:31,260 that Reginald's upside-down magic made him the perfect host for... 313 00:27:32,178 --> 00:27:33,387 Shadow magic. 314 00:27:37,140 --> 00:27:40,018 The dark side to our magic. 315 00:27:40,811 --> 00:27:46,192 Magic that exists solely to cause chaos and anarchy. 316 00:27:47,776 --> 00:27:52,238 We were able to overcome the beast that Reginald had become, 317 00:27:52,864 --> 00:27:54,199 but just barely. 318 00:28:06,294 --> 00:28:09,297 Shadow magic cannot work without a human host. 319 00:28:09,840 --> 00:28:13,177 And UDMs are its sole target. 320 00:28:13,761 --> 00:28:16,847 Like, how a crack in a piece of fruit 321 00:28:17,223 --> 00:28:19,809 allows the rot to seep in. 322 00:28:20,892 --> 00:28:25,855 That's you. You are that cracked fruit. 323 00:28:26,399 --> 00:28:29,150 So. You will stay down here. 324 00:28:29,401 --> 00:28:34,114 You will not practice magic. And your magic will die. 325 00:28:38,535 --> 00:28:41,871 But better it than all of us. 326 00:28:44,124 --> 00:28:46,419 I suspect there are no further questions. 327 00:28:48,461 --> 00:28:50,463 Thank you. Skriff. Skriff! 328 00:28:55,009 --> 00:28:56,469 As you were. 329 00:29:02,517 --> 00:29:05,187 Okay. Well then, 330 00:29:05,688 --> 00:29:08,774 let's begin with my inaugural lecture, 331 00:29:09,190 --> 00:29:11,986 "How to deal with having all of your dreams crushed 332 00:29:12,027 --> 00:29:15,363 "by smushing your feelings into a ball deep inside your stomach." 333 00:29:15,406 --> 00:29:17,700 Now. Write this down. 334 00:29:18,575 --> 00:29:22,454 Step one, take your feelings and smush them real good 335 00:29:22,496 --> 00:29:25,123 into a tiny ball deep inside your stomach. 336 00:29:25,498 --> 00:29:26,499 "Step one... 337 00:29:28,002 --> 00:29:31,172 "do everything I can to get my magic right-side up, 338 00:29:32,047 --> 00:29:34,257 "and become a real Fluxer." 339 00:29:44,351 --> 00:29:47,438 Welcome to Honors Flare class. 340 00:29:48,188 --> 00:29:51,900 It's called "Honors" because it is an honor to be here. 341 00:29:52,192 --> 00:29:54,736 And, if any of you do not live up to that honor, 342 00:29:54,778 --> 00:29:56,738 you will be demoted immediately. 343 00:29:57,656 --> 00:30:00,159 Now, small piece of business before we get started. 344 00:30:00,868 --> 00:30:05,373 In a few weeks, Sage will hold our Annual Founders´ Day, 345 00:30:06,082 --> 00:30:09,251 a celebration of our distinguished alumni. 346 00:30:09,502 --> 00:30:14,298 As part of the festivities, there will be a student presentation. 347 00:30:14,756 --> 00:30:18,593 Each school will select its top two first-year students. 348 00:30:19,553 --> 00:30:23,890 Those students will compete in a head to head battle we like to call 349 00:30:24,516 --> 00:30:25,976 the Sage Match. 350 00:30:27,436 --> 00:30:31,899 The winner from each school gets to perform for the alumni, 351 00:30:31,940 --> 00:30:34,693 and all of Sage, in the Founders´ Day presentation. 352 00:30:35,652 --> 00:30:37,904 Now. On to our studies. 353 00:30:38,488 --> 00:30:42,992 Flaring is more than making fire. 354 00:30:43,451 --> 00:30:48,207 Flaring is the modulated application of heat. 355 00:30:49,624 --> 00:30:50,709 Reina! 356 00:30:52,544 --> 00:30:55,380 You had a rather good evaluation, didn't you? 357 00:30:58,133 --> 00:31:00,468 Come down. You see, Reina, 358 00:31:01,720 --> 00:31:05,181 even the most basic Flare can light a candle. 359 00:31:05,432 --> 00:31:07,392 But popcorn... 360 00:31:15,484 --> 00:31:19,905 See, that requires just the right touch. 361 00:31:23,074 --> 00:31:24,534 Let's see if you have it. 362 00:31:46,348 --> 00:31:49,060 I am a flame-throwing rock star. 363 00:32:18,505 --> 00:32:21,801 Reina, how do you think you did? 364 00:32:24,219 --> 00:32:25,178 Terribly. 365 00:32:27,806 --> 00:32:28,973 I'm sorry, Professor. 366 00:32:30,810 --> 00:32:32,102 First day jitters. 367 00:32:33,019 --> 00:32:36,648 First day jitters? Okay. Sure. 368 00:32:38,150 --> 00:32:40,486 Do you know how many first days you get? 369 00:32:41,696 --> 00:32:43,781 One. Sit. 370 00:32:45,073 --> 00:32:47,200 Now. Next victim. 371 00:32:48,159 --> 00:32:50,955 Let's see if you can do better than "terribly." 372 00:33:31,954 --> 00:33:33,205 Not that I care, 373 00:33:33,246 --> 00:33:36,207 but will we be having like, a class today? 374 00:33:36,583 --> 00:33:39,794 Class? You kids would rather sit in a classroom instead of getting out 375 00:33:39,836 --> 00:33:41,087 for a big surprise? 376 00:33:42,130 --> 00:33:43,466 What kind of surprise? 377 00:33:55,977 --> 00:33:57,854 - Are those... - Surprise! 378 00:34:12,327 --> 00:34:13,329 Woo-hoo! 379 00:34:24,840 --> 00:34:28,052 - Well, that looked painful. - Extremely. 380 00:34:30,053 --> 00:34:32,972 So, what did I do wrong? How do you fly that thing? 381 00:34:33,014 --> 00:34:35,141 Um, you don't. You sweep with it. 382 00:34:35,851 --> 00:34:37,811 It's not a flying broom, it's a broom broom. 383 00:34:38,311 --> 00:34:39,813 - For sweeping. - I'm sorry? 384 00:34:39,854 --> 00:34:43,900 What exactly was the surprise part of this "surprise"? 385 00:34:44,360 --> 00:34:47,363 I mean, Nory was surprised when she fell on her butt. 386 00:34:48,822 --> 00:34:50,281 - Up high. - No. 387 00:34:51,617 --> 00:34:55,329 It's a surprise because they're exciting brand-new brooms! 388 00:34:55,371 --> 00:34:56,997 Look at that high-quality straw. 389 00:34:57,039 --> 00:34:59,041 You think that's not expensive? And, hey! 390 00:34:59,082 --> 00:35:01,543 If it doesn't fly, it can still take you places. 391 00:35:01,584 --> 00:35:03,838 Like, anywhere you see trash, 392 00:35:04,505 --> 00:35:08,843 you can go there, now, and you can sweep that trash. 393 00:35:13,930 --> 00:35:17,142 You see, kids, fluxing is all in the preparation! 394 00:35:17,642 --> 00:35:21,688 If you don't study an animal, how can you expect to change into one? 395 00:35:21,731 --> 00:35:24,525 So for your evaluation, we asked you to flux 396 00:35:24,566 --> 00:35:26,860 into a grey tabby kitten. 397 00:35:26,901 --> 00:35:29,112 But now, we have to go deeper. 398 00:35:29,613 --> 00:35:31,698 And you have to learn how to flux into 399 00:35:31,740 --> 00:35:33,742 this exact kitten. 400 00:35:34,577 --> 00:35:37,412 Once you've mastered that, then and only then 401 00:35:37,454 --> 00:35:39,039 can you advance to chickens. 402 00:35:39,289 --> 00:35:42,043 And one day, dare to dream, goats. 403 00:35:42,376 --> 00:35:45,336 Yes, indeed, goats! 404 00:35:45,378 --> 00:35:48,715 Nature's jesters! What joy! Mm. 405 00:35:50,008 --> 00:35:53,928 And remember, I´m going to give two of you the opportunity to compete 406 00:35:54,180 --> 00:35:57,850 in the Sage Match for a spot in the Founders´ Day presentation. 407 00:35:59,727 --> 00:36:02,480 Take a minute with Miss Ollie Floofenstein. 408 00:36:03,439 --> 00:36:06,984 Make note of the many shapes that make her, her. 409 00:36:08,151 --> 00:36:10,403 From the triangles of her ears 410 00:36:10,863 --> 00:36:13,366 to the ovals on the pads of her paws. 411 00:36:13,823 --> 00:36:14,825 Focus on them. 412 00:36:15,159 --> 00:36:20,164 Take a mental picture and store it deep in your consciousness. 413 00:36:20,581 --> 00:36:21,707 Hmm? 414 00:36:23,249 --> 00:36:27,588 I'm never gonna get any better until I can get some feline face-time! 415 00:36:36,514 --> 00:36:40,392 Nory, what are you doing here? UDMs aren't supposed to... 416 00:36:40,434 --> 00:36:44,397 Don't mind me, just doing my part to keep this campus spic and span! 417 00:36:44,438 --> 00:36:46,564 By sweeping the lawn? 418 00:36:46,606 --> 00:36:49,067 What can I say, I´m very devoted to my work. 419 00:36:50,360 --> 00:36:51,945 Oh, hello! 420 00:36:52,738 --> 00:36:55,116 Say, would you mind if I gave her a little snug? 421 00:36:56,450 --> 00:36:58,285 - Absolutely no... - Great! 422 00:36:59,160 --> 00:37:02,289 Grey. Soft. Warm. 423 00:37:03,206 --> 00:37:04,749 Breath smells like tuna... 424 00:37:11,048 --> 00:37:12,591 Skriff! Skriff! 425 00:37:13,217 --> 00:37:15,552 Oh, jeez! Nory! 426 00:37:15,593 --> 00:37:18,930 - Skriff, if Knightslinger sees this... - No, no, no, she won't. 427 00:37:18,972 --> 00:37:21,015 She won't. Just give me a minute. Okay? 428 00:37:21,599 --> 00:37:24,561 Hey, Nory. Breathe. 429 00:37:24,602 --> 00:37:27,939 You're safe. Okay? Just breathe. 430 00:37:28,398 --> 00:37:31,276 - You're okay. - Look away, class. 431 00:37:31,776 --> 00:37:33,862 Think happy thoughts. Think about goats. 432 00:37:40,077 --> 00:37:41,954 You're making me miss lunch? 433 00:37:44,122 --> 00:37:46,082 Here, dig in. 434 00:37:52,256 --> 00:37:54,675 Mealy. What a garbage day. 435 00:37:54,925 --> 00:37:58,262 Okay. You can hit the dining hall in a few. But first, 436 00:37:58,303 --> 00:38:01,807 you and I need to have a little talk. You know you can't do that again. 437 00:38:02,557 --> 00:38:07,854 - I know. But the thing is I wanna... - Oh, my bad. Go ahead then. 438 00:38:08,773 --> 00:38:10,024 Except don't! 439 00:38:10,608 --> 00:38:14,570 Nory, we're trying to protect you. You know that, right? 440 00:38:16,572 --> 00:38:18,948 Yeah. Yeah, I guess. 441 00:38:20,659 --> 00:38:24,329 - Okay. Go chow down. - Thanks! 442 00:38:38,593 --> 00:38:39,637 Hey! 443 00:38:56,611 --> 00:38:57,613 Nory! 444 00:38:59,572 --> 00:39:02,867 Hey! I'm sorry, you want some mustard with that? 445 00:39:03,119 --> 00:39:05,662 Yeah, that sounds good, and a bag of chips. 446 00:39:05,912 --> 00:39:07,706 And get something nice for yourself. 447 00:39:08,999 --> 00:39:10,876 That's awesome. 448 00:39:11,293 --> 00:39:15,381 Hey, Pepper, pass the salt. Get it? 449 00:39:15,673 --> 00:39:18,718 - Never heard that one before. - Hey, Nory? 450 00:39:22,137 --> 00:39:23,054 Yeah? 451 00:39:24,347 --> 00:39:27,142 I just gotta tell you, that thing you turned into? 452 00:39:27,476 --> 00:39:28,977 That was like a cat, 453 00:39:29,019 --> 00:39:31,981 - and a bird, and an elephant, and... - Wait! Hold up. 454 00:39:32,021 --> 00:39:32,898 You talk? 455 00:39:33,898 --> 00:39:35,567 When I have something to say, yeah. 456 00:39:36,401 --> 00:39:37,403 Respect. 457 00:39:38,945 --> 00:39:42,824 Anyway, Nory. It was real cool. I dug it. 458 00:39:45,119 --> 00:39:46,245 Thanks, Andres. 459 00:39:47,121 --> 00:39:49,539 It's nice to get a little support. 460 00:39:49,581 --> 00:39:51,666 But that's the last you're gonna see of... 461 00:39:52,501 --> 00:39:55,629 whatever I was. I'm gonna be the perfect Fluxer for them. 462 00:39:55,671 --> 00:39:56,881 - I know it. - How? 463 00:39:57,213 --> 00:40:00,050 They're not gonna let you near that class or that kitten. 464 00:40:03,137 --> 00:40:06,807 "From the triangles of her ears to the ovals on the pads of her paws." 465 00:40:07,140 --> 00:40:09,726 Whoa! These are great. I didn't know you could draw. 466 00:40:11,896 --> 00:40:13,773 There's a lot you don't know about me, Andres. 467 00:40:15,523 --> 00:40:19,361 No, actually, that's it. I can draw. You know pretty much everything else. 468 00:40:20,070 --> 00:40:22,280 Anyway, I figured I can work off of this. 469 00:40:22,530 --> 00:40:24,115 You think you can draw me shooting fire 470 00:40:24,157 --> 00:40:25,575 - like a real Flare? - Totally! 471 00:40:25,910 --> 00:40:27,578 - Or me landing? - Sure! 472 00:40:27,994 --> 00:40:30,038 - Do not draw me. - Okie-doke. 473 00:40:40,840 --> 00:40:44,469 - So, I decided to see... - Hey. I think you have a fan. 474 00:40:45,930 --> 00:40:46,931 Reina! 475 00:40:48,432 --> 00:40:52,395 - Reina. We sit at the Flare table. - But she's my best... 476 00:40:52,436 --> 00:40:55,606 She is your best opportunity to lose focus, 477 00:40:55,648 --> 00:40:57,983 and fall even further behind. 478 00:41:10,662 --> 00:41:11,664 That's weird. 479 00:41:13,206 --> 00:41:15,917 - She didn't come over. - 'Cause we're the loser table. 480 00:41:18,169 --> 00:41:20,130 Hey! Who threw that at me? 481 00:41:20,756 --> 00:41:23,134 Yeah, well, I got a plan. 482 00:41:24,093 --> 00:41:27,053 You know the Sage Match? I'm going. 483 00:41:27,722 --> 00:41:29,682 Why? They're not going to let you compete. 484 00:41:29,724 --> 00:41:33,727 I know. But, I'm gonna show them that I can flux the right way. 485 00:41:34,186 --> 00:41:37,481 Proving that us UDMs can be taught to do magic right! 486 00:41:38,898 --> 00:41:41,359 You know what? Nory, I think you can do it. 487 00:41:42,360 --> 00:41:46,114 I know you can. 488 00:41:48,034 --> 00:41:50,660 - Thanks, Andres. - Er, disgusting. 489 00:41:50,952 --> 00:41:54,831 Nory can have my sandwich, because I have lost my appetite. 490 00:41:55,124 --> 00:41:56,542 - Up high? - Pass. 491 00:41:56,584 --> 00:41:57,585 Come on! 492 00:43:05,870 --> 00:43:06,911 It's perfect. 493 00:43:08,372 --> 00:43:10,957 Excellent work. Have a seat. 494 00:43:12,292 --> 00:43:13,835 Now, the question is... 495 00:43:14,879 --> 00:43:17,214 who's gonna be the one to take him on? 496 00:43:19,216 --> 00:43:22,178 Reina. Is it you? 497 00:43:55,460 --> 00:43:56,462 Okay. 498 00:43:58,172 --> 00:44:01,425 All right. This is... 499 00:44:14,230 --> 00:44:15,481 ...not perfect. 500 00:44:16,189 --> 00:44:20,318 It's close, but not as good as Phillip's. 501 00:44:21,821 --> 00:44:22,989 And honestly, Reina, 502 00:44:23,029 --> 00:44:24,823 I thought you were better than second best. 503 00:44:26,116 --> 00:44:27,493 I guess, I was wrong. 504 00:44:39,964 --> 00:44:43,009 - Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't see you. - I saw you... 505 00:44:44,759 --> 00:44:45,844 in class. 506 00:44:47,430 --> 00:44:51,142 - Nice work. - Yeah. Nice work being second best. 507 00:44:51,475 --> 00:44:53,102 No. Argon lacks vision. 508 00:44:53,143 --> 00:44:55,228 I can tell you have more power in your little finger 509 00:44:55,270 --> 00:44:56,772 than Phillip has in his whole dumb body. 510 00:44:59,274 --> 00:45:01,568 - Thank you... - Chandra. 511 00:45:02,486 --> 00:45:05,864 And, hey, if you ever want to learn how to harness all that power... 512 00:45:07,073 --> 00:45:08,825 I might have something that can help. 513 00:45:26,051 --> 00:45:29,262 Excuse me, ma'am, you're blocking important sweeping business. 514 00:45:29,305 --> 00:45:31,806 - Nory! - Hey, Reina! 515 00:45:32,308 --> 00:45:33,684 I've missed you. 516 00:45:38,480 --> 00:45:41,691 - What are you doing? - This? It's... 517 00:45:42,359 --> 00:45:44,402 a top-secret training exercise. 518 00:45:45,029 --> 00:45:46,989 Kind of a UDM´s only kinda jam. 519 00:45:47,281 --> 00:45:49,616 We're learning stuff that would blow your mind. 520 00:45:51,535 --> 00:45:55,122 I saw you with those other kids at the dining hall the other day. 521 00:45:56,457 --> 00:45:58,209 It looks like you're all really getting along. 522 00:45:59,377 --> 00:46:01,545 Yeah! Totally! It's going great! 523 00:46:02,964 --> 00:46:05,049 But enough about me, how are you doing? 524 00:46:05,091 --> 00:46:08,094 Are you totally acing your classes? Do you have a million cool friends? 525 00:46:08,134 --> 00:46:09,761 Does everyone know you're the coolest? 526 00:46:10,011 --> 00:46:10,930 I, um. 527 00:46:14,392 --> 00:46:15,267 I'm great. 528 00:46:16,893 --> 00:46:21,774 Everything you said. A million friends. Acing my classes. 529 00:46:22,232 --> 00:46:25,402 Sage is everything I wanted it to be. 530 00:46:25,777 --> 00:46:27,821 I knew you'd set this place on fire. Metaphorically. 531 00:46:29,323 --> 00:46:31,741 It sounds like you're doing amazing, too. 532 00:46:37,330 --> 00:46:39,207 - Well, I have to get back. - Well, I have to get back. 533 00:46:41,877 --> 00:46:45,506 - See you around? - Yeah. See you. 534 00:48:42,372 --> 00:48:43,373 Soon enough. 535 00:48:52,799 --> 00:48:54,051 One second. 536 00:48:54,301 --> 00:48:55,553 - Two. - Come on, Nory. 537 00:48:55,593 --> 00:48:56,678 Three... 538 00:49:03,102 --> 00:49:04,437 Hey! 539 00:49:04,477 --> 00:49:06,438 What the heck is going on in there? 540 00:49:10,817 --> 00:49:12,652 - Subtle. - Never mind. 541 00:49:12,694 --> 00:49:17,658 They don't pay me enough to care. Also, I just generally don't care. 542 00:49:21,495 --> 00:49:24,915 - Did I hear "Four seconds"? - No and you never will. 543 00:49:25,875 --> 00:49:28,878 - Hey, she might. - She won't. 544 00:49:28,919 --> 00:49:32,547 No! Come on, you guys! 545 00:49:32,589 --> 00:49:35,425 I used to not be able to hold my cat form at all! 546 00:49:35,468 --> 00:49:37,761 And now I´ve got it for three and a half seconds! 547 00:49:37,803 --> 00:49:40,640 That's huge! And I did that on my own! 548 00:49:43,308 --> 00:49:44,517 I'm gonna get there! 549 00:49:45,268 --> 00:49:46,270 I know it. 550 00:49:47,270 --> 00:49:51,776 I promise to you now. I'm gonna crash the Sage Match, 551 00:49:52,484 --> 00:49:55,863 and prove to the entire faculty that we can be taught! 552 00:49:56,196 --> 00:50:00,241 We can do things the right-side-up way! The Sage way! 553 00:50:22,598 --> 00:50:26,268 - Guys, tonight, I know it. - Oh! Maybe we should 554 00:50:26,310 --> 00:50:30,022 - get you some catnip. - I never thought of catnip. 555 00:50:32,692 --> 00:50:34,777 She's doing great without me. 556 00:51:09,477 --> 00:51:12,772 "Manifesting your untapped power." 557 00:52:21,216 --> 00:52:23,426 - Good luck in there. - Thanks. 558 00:52:23,468 --> 00:52:24,552 You're gonna need it. 559 00:52:30,685 --> 00:52:32,937 And he huffed, and he puffed, 560 00:52:33,520 --> 00:52:36,564 but the wolf couldn't blow the brick house down. 561 00:52:37,190 --> 00:52:38,942 What happened to him after that? 562 00:52:38,984 --> 00:52:42,195 Well, that is inconclusive. 563 00:52:42,238 --> 00:52:44,156 The end. 564 00:52:47,576 --> 00:52:53,040 Mm. Riveting stuff, Elliot. Okay, Nory. You're next. 565 00:52:55,250 --> 00:52:56,459 Nory! 566 00:52:57,712 --> 00:52:59,171 Let's go! 567 00:53:04,593 --> 00:53:05,969 Where's Nory? 568 00:53:06,011 --> 00:53:09,055 - Nory who? - Yeah, which one of us is she? 569 00:53:09,306 --> 00:53:10,390 Never heard of her. 570 00:53:11,600 --> 00:53:13,518 She hasn't been here the whole time, has she? 571 00:53:15,062 --> 00:53:18,107 Hey! Where is she? 572 00:53:21,402 --> 00:53:24,572 Look, Nory's doing it for us, okay? She wants to prove to the whole school 573 00:53:24,613 --> 00:53:26,323 that we can learn real magic. 574 00:53:27,658 --> 00:53:29,535 Prove it how? 575 00:53:37,917 --> 00:53:41,338 - She's going to crash the Sage Match. - Oh. Great. 576 00:53:41,839 --> 00:53:45,217 Okay, everyone, stay here. 577 00:53:59,814 --> 00:54:03,276 Let the Sage Match begin! 578 00:54:10,493 --> 00:54:14,205 Flares! Phillip, Reina, you're up! 579 00:54:24,047 --> 00:54:25,006 Begin. 580 00:54:34,975 --> 00:54:36,643 - Done! - What? 581 00:54:37,852 --> 00:54:39,020 Come forward. 582 00:55:01,794 --> 00:55:06,089 - She did it! - Reina, you will represent the Flares! 583 00:55:11,594 --> 00:55:15,890 - Next! Let us bring up the Flyers. - Stop the presses! 584 00:55:16,642 --> 00:55:19,687 Oh, Nory, hooray. My day is complete. 585 00:55:19,728 --> 00:55:21,814 - You! Get out! - No. 586 00:55:23,649 --> 00:55:27,152 I have been practicing, and I know I can do this. 587 00:55:27,652 --> 00:55:30,406 I can follow the Sage way. I can be the exact kitten 588 00:55:30,448 --> 00:55:32,074 you want for the exact amount of time. 589 00:55:33,491 --> 00:55:35,745 I know you think I have zero potential, but... 590 00:55:36,578 --> 00:55:38,997 I'm here to tell you that you are wrong. 591 00:55:39,372 --> 00:55:41,791 All want is for you to give me a chance. 592 00:55:43,294 --> 00:55:47,422 But, if you say no, I will respect that. 593 00:55:47,797 --> 00:55:49,799 - No. - I lied! 594 00:56:08,069 --> 00:56:10,154 One. Two. 595 00:56:10,196 --> 00:56:11,238 - Nory! - Nory! 596 00:56:11,279 --> 00:56:12,573 - Nory! - Nory! 597 00:56:12,614 --> 00:56:13,616 Three. 598 00:56:13,908 --> 00:56:15,116 - Nory! - Nory! 599 00:56:15,368 --> 00:56:17,119 Four... 600 00:56:38,390 --> 00:56:40,475 Somebody do something! 601 00:56:41,310 --> 00:56:45,189 Sparkle fire ball. It's her favorite. Maybe it'll help! 602 00:57:00,830 --> 00:57:01,872 What's happening? 603 00:57:02,998 --> 00:57:04,125 What is this? 604 00:57:12,299 --> 00:57:13,551 Nory. 605 00:57:14,384 --> 00:57:17,430 I'm so sorry. Are you okay? I don't know what happened. 606 00:57:17,805 --> 00:57:19,306 I don't know what that was. 607 00:57:19,348 --> 00:57:22,518 - I really didn't mean to... - Reina, I'm okay. It's okay. 608 00:57:23,268 --> 00:57:24,270 Are you sure you're okay? 609 00:57:25,603 --> 00:57:26,772 Skriff. 610 00:57:26,814 --> 00:57:30,901 How many times do we have to tell you to keep your charges in the bunker 611 00:57:30,942 --> 00:57:32,319 where they belong! 612 00:57:33,029 --> 00:57:36,407 The only reason we're not expelling you this instant 613 00:57:36,448 --> 00:57:39,242 is because we need to keep you here to protect the world 614 00:57:39,285 --> 00:57:40,870 from your wonky magic! 615 00:57:40,910 --> 00:57:44,164 Hey, with all due respect, I think she gets it. 616 00:57:44,915 --> 00:57:48,960 As for you, Skriff. If any of the UDMs 617 00:57:49,002 --> 00:57:52,422 are caught practicing magic again, you will be terminated! 618 00:57:54,049 --> 00:57:56,384 - I'll lose my job? - If you're lucky. 619 00:57:56,426 --> 00:57:59,471 And don't even think about attending Founders´ Day! 620 00:57:59,513 --> 00:58:01,641 The UDMs are banned! 621 00:58:08,355 --> 00:58:09,397 Come on. 622 00:58:20,493 --> 00:58:22,953 Guys. Guys, say something. 623 00:58:23,870 --> 00:58:26,414 Andres? Pepper? 624 00:58:28,375 --> 00:58:29,377 Elliot? 625 00:58:31,169 --> 00:58:33,463 Come on, fam, what's with the silent treatment? 626 00:58:35,591 --> 00:58:36,968 Wow. Some friends! 627 00:58:37,009 --> 00:58:39,887 I'm practically smothered from all of this kindness and support, 628 00:58:39,928 --> 00:58:43,431 - after the worst day of my entire life! - You got our hopes up, Nory. 629 00:58:43,683 --> 00:58:44,684 Not mine. 630 00:58:47,018 --> 00:58:50,147 Okay, mine. But I hated feeling hopeful. 631 00:58:50,522 --> 00:58:53,733 You told us we wouldn't have to hide in a bunker 632 00:58:53,776 --> 00:58:56,529 - until we just ran out of magic. - But you were wrong. 633 00:58:56,821 --> 00:58:58,698 We're always gonna be upside down. 634 00:58:58,739 --> 00:59:01,867 Yeah. At least until we're just nothing. 635 00:59:02,701 --> 00:59:05,412 - Just people. - Accountants. Dog groomers. 636 00:59:05,955 --> 00:59:07,915 That's why the silent treatment. 637 00:59:08,415 --> 00:59:09,959 Get used to it. 638 00:59:12,294 --> 00:59:14,212 I honestly thought it was gonna work out. 639 00:59:14,254 --> 00:59:16,339 Because I always think things are gonna work out. 640 00:59:17,841 --> 00:59:19,509 Now I know they won't and... 641 00:59:20,761 --> 00:59:21,762 I´m sorry. 642 00:59:22,596 --> 00:59:24,931 - I'm sorry I let you down. - Okay. 643 00:59:24,973 --> 00:59:26,808 Butts outta seats! 644 00:59:27,393 --> 00:59:31,105 Come on! Butts minus seats equals you. 645 00:59:31,814 --> 00:59:34,399 - Math! - Where are we going? 646 00:59:34,942 --> 00:59:37,236 On a date with destiny. 647 00:59:42,116 --> 00:59:46,120 Outside. We're just going outside. It's nice out. Come on! 648 00:59:49,665 --> 00:59:52,585 Okay. So, Nory apologized to all of you, right? 649 00:59:52,627 --> 00:59:54,962 But what exactly did she do wrong? 650 00:59:55,629 --> 00:59:58,089 Hmm? I'll tell ya. 651 00:59:59,466 --> 01:00:01,468 She dared to think she could be more 652 01:00:01,509 --> 01:00:04,430 than what Sage told her she was. A UDM. 653 01:00:05,096 --> 01:00:06,848 A hard-luck case with broken magic. 654 01:00:07,140 --> 01:00:09,643 A useless anomaly to be forced into the darkness, 655 01:00:09,685 --> 01:00:11,395 never to be thought of again. 656 01:00:11,437 --> 01:00:14,357 And I sat there at my desk, and I let her apologize to you. 657 01:00:14,899 --> 01:00:18,527 When, like, really, I should have been the one apologizing. 658 01:00:18,819 --> 01:00:21,322 - Why should you apologize? - Yeah, 659 01:00:21,364 --> 01:00:23,324 - you're just doing your job. - Sort of. 660 01:00:24,991 --> 01:00:26,076 My job... 661 01:00:27,035 --> 01:00:28,745 My job for years 662 01:00:29,080 --> 01:00:32,500 has been to watch class after class of UDMs come here, 663 01:00:32,959 --> 01:00:36,754 get their dreams squashed, and leave here broken. 664 01:00:39,131 --> 01:00:41,926 And I have hated every second of it. 665 01:00:43,343 --> 01:00:45,428 - But you kept doing it. - I did. 666 01:00:46,138 --> 01:00:49,475 Because Sage made me feel like I had nothing to offer. 667 01:00:49,725 --> 01:00:52,520 But as long as I did what they said, I could stay here. 668 01:00:52,770 --> 01:00:54,522 But I can't do that anymore. 669 01:00:57,692 --> 01:00:59,110 That ends today. 670 01:01:00,027 --> 01:01:03,406 And that ends today because of Nory. 671 01:01:03,864 --> 01:01:08,119 For the first time in a lot of years, Nory, you... 672 01:01:08,868 --> 01:01:10,787 you made me a believer. 673 01:01:11,622 --> 01:01:14,375 You made me believe that UDMs 674 01:01:14,417 --> 01:01:17,252 could be more than what Sage tells them. So much more. 675 01:01:17,294 --> 01:01:19,171 How? With my stupid magic? 676 01:01:19,422 --> 01:01:22,341 Dude. There is nothing stupid or upside down 677 01:01:22,382 --> 01:01:24,093 - about your magic. - But Sage... 678 01:01:24,134 --> 01:01:28,221 Exactly, Sage. Sage told you your magic is upside down. 679 01:01:28,263 --> 01:01:29,973 But do you actually think that? 680 01:01:30,433 --> 01:01:34,645 Any of you. Nory, when you first discovered your powers, 681 01:01:34,895 --> 01:01:38,733 were you like, "Oh, nuts, I can do magic, but it's wrong." 682 01:01:40,067 --> 01:01:45,072 No! I thought, "I can do magic, and that's cool as heck." 683 01:01:45,989 --> 01:01:48,241 And I still think that. Even if it's wonky. 684 01:01:48,283 --> 01:01:50,535 Even if it's upside down. Even if it doesn't fit in with... 685 01:01:50,995 --> 01:01:54,080 - "The Sage way." - ...the Sage way. 686 01:01:56,000 --> 01:01:58,460 I'm never gonna be magic the Sage way. 687 01:01:59,169 --> 01:02:02,756 Never ever. None of us are. And you know what? 688 01:02:04,424 --> 01:02:06,760 I don't care. 689 01:02:07,594 --> 01:02:09,430 I can be magic my way. 690 01:02:09,471 --> 01:02:12,432 We all can! We can all be magic our way. 691 01:02:12,475 --> 01:02:16,103 Yes! You guys all have amazing powers. 692 01:02:16,145 --> 01:02:19,815 You just have to learn how to harness them and master them. 693 01:02:19,857 --> 01:02:22,526 Yeah? And who's gonna teach us that? 694 01:02:22,942 --> 01:02:27,281 Well, I don't really see anyone else here, so, I guess... 695 01:02:27,989 --> 01:02:28,950 me? 696 01:02:30,743 --> 01:02:32,745 Sorry, um, you? 697 01:02:34,120 --> 01:02:38,084 Yeah, I mean, you're great at raking 698 01:02:38,125 --> 01:02:40,419 and letting us chew gum in class... 699 01:02:40,460 --> 01:02:42,754 But what can you teach us about magic? 700 01:02:44,172 --> 01:02:46,801 You know what? Valid concerns, all of those. 701 01:02:48,843 --> 01:02:49,886 Let me show you something. 702 01:02:55,100 --> 01:02:58,061 Calling all creatures 703 01:02:58,645 --> 01:03:01,524 Feathered, fluffy, furry, fuzzy 704 01:03:01,564 --> 01:03:05,026 They all wanna meet ya 705 01:03:05,069 --> 01:03:07,989 Now we're talking, chirping, squawking 706 01:03:08,029 --> 01:03:10,783 You see, I can teach y'all 707 01:03:11,158 --> 01:03:16,455 And now you all know why 708 01:03:18,957 --> 01:03:21,418 Wait, you're a Fuzzy? 709 01:03:21,460 --> 01:03:24,839 Uh. Correction. I'm an upside-down Fuzzy. 710 01:03:25,672 --> 01:03:28,633 Check it out. Hey, dude, get off my shoulder. 711 01:03:31,928 --> 01:03:35,223 Get off my shoulder 712 01:03:35,265 --> 01:03:40,562 Now it's time to fly 713 01:03:42,480 --> 01:03:45,984 See, the Sage way to be a Fuzzy does not involve dope jams. 714 01:03:46,277 --> 01:03:50,156 But it is my way to be a Fuzzy, and if I say so myself, 715 01:03:50,196 --> 01:03:51,489 it is dynamite. 716 01:03:51,531 --> 01:03:54,035 Wait, so your magic didn't fade after a year? 717 01:03:54,076 --> 01:03:57,038 Let me explain. See, I came to Sage as an orphan. 718 01:03:57,538 --> 01:04:01,834 And knowing I had nobody to go home to, Sage let me stay on and groundskeep. 719 01:04:02,209 --> 01:04:06,339 Eventually they let me work with the UDMs, 'cause, you know, 720 01:04:06,379 --> 01:04:08,882 it takes a weirdo to teach a weirdo. No offense, weirdos. 721 01:04:08,924 --> 01:04:10,176 None taken. 722 01:04:10,759 --> 01:04:13,428 - But you didn't answer Nory´s question. - Up high. 723 01:04:15,013 --> 01:04:18,517 - She gets one? Come on! - You know what? 724 01:04:18,558 --> 01:04:21,853 Let's just say I manage to practice my magic on the sly. 725 01:04:22,687 --> 01:04:25,607 It keeps me from fully losing what few marbles I got left. 726 01:04:25,649 --> 01:04:27,942 Anyway, you guys head back to the bunks, 727 01:04:28,361 --> 01:04:32,948 chill out and get some rest. Tomorrow, we get to work. 728 01:04:39,788 --> 01:04:41,040 Hey, you okay? 729 01:04:41,790 --> 01:04:44,876 Today started awful, and then it got way better. 730 01:04:45,335 --> 01:04:47,296 - But... - But? 731 01:04:47,672 --> 01:04:49,423 My best friend, Reina? 732 01:04:50,341 --> 01:04:53,719 - Her magic was weird at the Sage Match. - Weird how? 733 01:04:54,011 --> 01:04:56,180 Just, like different, more intense. 734 01:04:56,681 --> 01:04:58,099 - Oh, well, I'm sure... - I mean, 735 01:04:58,140 --> 01:05:00,893 she's probably been working really hard to sharpen her powers. 736 01:05:01,227 --> 01:05:03,270 I guess they probably are different. 737 01:05:03,603 --> 01:05:06,357 - Yeah, totally. - I could just go talk to her about it. 738 01:05:06,607 --> 01:05:08,109 - You could... - I will. 739 01:05:08,401 --> 01:05:11,569 Thanks for helping me out, Andres! You give really good advice. 740 01:05:14,323 --> 01:05:15,449 Glad I could help. 741 01:05:29,129 --> 01:05:31,381 Good evening. 742 01:05:32,382 --> 01:05:33,676 What are you doing here? 743 01:05:33,718 --> 01:05:35,844 I just wanted to offer my congratulations. 744 01:05:36,136 --> 01:05:39,180 On winning the Sage Match, and on the ensuing... 745 01:05:40,223 --> 01:05:41,225 fireworks. 746 01:05:42,685 --> 01:05:43,811 What was that? 747 01:05:45,353 --> 01:05:47,564 I could have killed my friend! 748 01:05:47,605 --> 01:05:51,192 Well, the thing about this particular book of magic is it's not really an... 749 01:05:51,902 --> 01:05:53,279 "a la carte" situation. 750 01:05:55,448 --> 01:05:57,616 You can't pick just one thing from it. 751 01:05:58,951 --> 01:06:00,453 Not without some... 752 01:06:01,203 --> 01:06:02,330 side effects. 753 01:06:08,377 --> 01:06:09,378 Get out! 754 01:06:11,129 --> 01:06:12,589 And take the book with you. 755 01:06:27,020 --> 01:06:28,814 I said take the book! 756 01:06:30,857 --> 01:06:34,152 You did. Just now. Real loud. 757 01:06:38,114 --> 01:06:40,700 Hey, hey, Reina! 758 01:06:41,618 --> 01:06:43,203 Wait, you're not supposed to be in here. 759 01:06:43,703 --> 01:06:46,707 I mean, technically I´m not supposed to be anywhere. 760 01:06:46,748 --> 01:06:48,417 Okay, what's up? Can I come in? 761 01:06:49,919 --> 01:06:53,506 Uh, I'm tired. It's been a long day. I need to sleep. 762 01:06:53,881 --> 01:06:55,549 We'll catch up later, I promise. 763 01:06:55,591 --> 01:06:56,968 - But... - Nory, go. 764 01:06:59,053 --> 01:07:01,388 - Please. - Okay, but... 765 01:07:23,260 --> 01:07:27,305 So, in order to sharpen our magic we need to turn ourselves into pretzels? 766 01:07:27,847 --> 01:07:30,517 Well, sort of. Here's the thing, 767 01:07:30,767 --> 01:07:33,646 I've been observing this school's training techniques for years. 768 01:07:33,687 --> 01:07:36,982 And it's fine, for them. But in my noggin, 769 01:07:37,274 --> 01:07:40,026 I´ve been coming up with a counter-curriculum for UDMs. 770 01:07:41,403 --> 01:07:42,655 Stuff like this... 771 01:07:43,071 --> 01:07:46,117 - is a big part of it. - Why? 772 01:07:46,158 --> 01:07:47,993 Because, we gotta focus all that 773 01:07:48,368 --> 01:07:50,954 jiggety-jaggety puberty energy you guys have. 774 01:07:51,539 --> 01:07:54,249 Control your bodies, control your powers. 775 01:07:55,126 --> 01:07:56,209 Now... 776 01:08:01,256 --> 01:08:02,383 ...focus on your power. 777 01:08:03,508 --> 01:08:05,260 Picture it in your mind's eye. 778 01:08:05,303 --> 01:08:08,888 And picture it doing exactly what you want it to do. 779 01:08:10,515 --> 01:08:13,602 Elliot, what do you want your power to do? 780 01:08:13,644 --> 01:08:16,396 I want to be able to shoot fire like the other Flares. 781 01:08:16,646 --> 01:08:17,981 Okay, well, you can't. 782 01:08:18,024 --> 01:08:20,610 It's like asking an orange to be a pickup truck. 783 01:08:20,650 --> 01:08:22,611 It ain't gonna happen, right? But... 784 01:08:22,986 --> 01:08:25,239 what do you want your power to do? 785 01:08:28,868 --> 01:08:32,913 I guess, I want to be able to control it. 786 01:08:33,497 --> 01:08:36,499 Like, make smoke go where I want it to go? 787 01:08:36,542 --> 01:08:38,753 Yes! Fam, you see that? 788 01:08:38,793 --> 01:08:42,506 Don't focus on what you can't do. Focus on what you can do. 789 01:08:42,547 --> 01:08:45,175 And do it as well as you possibly can. 790 01:08:46,135 --> 01:08:47,093 Pepper. 791 01:08:48,095 --> 01:08:51,682 I wanna be able to push things away from me when I wanna. 792 01:08:52,432 --> 01:08:55,310 - Like you. - Oh. Right. 793 01:08:55,727 --> 01:08:58,647 You know what? That's perfect. We can do that. 794 01:08:59,105 --> 01:09:00,065 Nory. 795 01:09:00,106 --> 01:09:02,818 I want to be able to choose what animal I flux into. 796 01:09:02,860 --> 01:09:06,614 - Oh, come on, animal? - Sorry. Animals. 797 01:09:06,655 --> 01:09:07,781 Boom! 798 01:09:08,490 --> 01:09:09,492 Andres. 799 01:09:12,119 --> 01:09:13,120 My man! 800 01:09:13,995 --> 01:09:16,873 - I don't know. - Okay. Well, you know what? 801 01:09:17,458 --> 01:09:20,169 Be with that for now. Embrace the uncertainty. 802 01:09:20,418 --> 01:09:24,089 Because I have got a plan for you. I promise. 803 01:09:33,848 --> 01:09:37,727 This is your plan? A hose? A hose is your plan? 804 01:09:37,770 --> 01:09:41,232 It's a prelude to a plan. Okay? Let me ask you this. 805 01:09:41,481 --> 01:09:44,484 Have you ever just tried to see how far up you go? 806 01:09:44,776 --> 01:09:45,735 No. 807 01:09:45,778 --> 01:09:49,656 Look, my mom told me that if I didn't have my bag, I´d just fly away into space, 808 01:09:49,699 --> 01:09:51,951 and be gone forever, and I'd get sucked into a black hole, 809 01:09:51,993 --> 01:09:55,870 - and my eyes would pop out of my head... - Your mom has a really vivid imagination. 810 01:09:55,913 --> 01:09:58,833 Now. Hear me out. Drop the bag. 811 01:10:00,543 --> 01:10:02,169 I... I can't. 812 01:10:02,211 --> 01:10:05,881 Um, counterpoint, you totally can. 813 01:10:07,675 --> 01:10:09,051 You got this. 814 01:10:09,802 --> 01:10:10,928 Okay. 815 01:10:32,908 --> 01:10:37,538 - Whoo! This is amazing! - Okay. I'm letting go. 816 01:10:42,501 --> 01:10:43,543 Hey! 817 01:10:46,087 --> 01:10:47,130 Whoo! 818 01:10:48,673 --> 01:10:51,092 I'm not in space! My eyes are still in my head! 819 01:10:51,135 --> 01:10:53,846 Yeah, they sure are! And, hey, I hope you know! 820 01:10:53,887 --> 01:10:57,515 That's faster than any Flyer can launch, Rocket-boy! 821 01:10:57,934 --> 01:10:59,101 I do now! 822 01:10:59,435 --> 01:11:01,729 I love it! That's me! Rocket-boy! 823 01:11:01,770 --> 01:11:04,856 Okay, so, the thing we're gonna work on with you, 824 01:11:04,899 --> 01:11:07,068 is controlling all that launch power. 825 01:11:07,610 --> 01:11:09,403 - Sound good? - Sounds great! 826 01:11:09,904 --> 01:11:13,366 - Uh, can you help me get down? - Yeah, right. 827 01:11:29,214 --> 01:11:33,468 If I didn't know any better, which I do, I´d say 828 01:11:33,511 --> 01:11:36,513 you're making me rake while you lean against that tree and do nothing. 829 01:11:36,555 --> 01:11:40,017 I mean, I would do it, but you're real good with that rake. 830 01:11:40,059 --> 01:11:42,102 Like, you push the leaves with it, 831 01:11:42,144 --> 01:11:45,481 and the leaves go where you want them to go. 832 01:11:51,153 --> 01:11:53,030 I bet there's an easier way to do it. 833 01:12:09,046 --> 01:12:10,172 No! 834 01:12:11,548 --> 01:12:13,466 Not quite there yet. 835 01:12:21,516 --> 01:12:25,061 Okay, they've been wanting me to get rid of this beehive for, like, a minute. 836 01:12:25,104 --> 01:12:26,646 So, here's the plan. 837 01:12:26,689 --> 01:12:29,691 I'm gonna knock it down, and then you're gonna smoke 'em out. 838 01:12:29,734 --> 01:12:33,195 - I am? When? - Right about... 839 01:12:35,364 --> 01:12:36,324 now! 840 01:12:38,450 --> 01:12:42,413 - Oh, close. Really close. - What about the bees? 841 01:12:44,623 --> 01:12:49,586 Bees, let me offer my apologies 842 01:12:50,546 --> 01:12:52,173 But we need you 843 01:12:52,213 --> 01:12:56,927 To find another hive 844 01:12:56,968 --> 01:12:59,721 And we thank you in advance 845 01:12:59,763 --> 01:13:05,060 Bye-bye 846 01:13:22,912 --> 01:13:24,997 Exactly how many of these things do I have to do? 847 01:13:25,413 --> 01:13:28,917 - Um, like, a million zillion. - But it's so boring. 848 01:13:28,959 --> 01:13:30,711 OMG, I know. 849 01:13:30,753 --> 01:13:33,089 I mean, it's almost like you're learning how to visualize 850 01:13:33,129 --> 01:13:36,467 and physically manifest animal combinations. 851 01:13:38,427 --> 01:13:39,470 Touché. 852 01:13:39,887 --> 01:13:42,431 Here, take a break. The dritten can wait. 853 01:13:42,472 --> 01:13:44,391 Wait, what's a dritten? 854 01:13:45,267 --> 01:13:48,354 A dragon-kitten, dritten. 855 01:13:49,271 --> 01:13:53,734 - Dritten. I like it. - Yeah, this is a dritten. 856 01:13:54,193 --> 01:13:55,820 That's a kittiphant. 857 01:13:56,153 --> 01:13:57,780 That's a sharkitten, and so on. 858 01:13:57,821 --> 01:14:01,367 Like, the more you can see and know and name these things, 859 01:14:01,409 --> 01:14:03,953 the more you can fully be them. Right? 860 01:14:04,829 --> 01:14:05,830 Right. 861 01:14:06,830 --> 01:14:09,874 Dritten. Dritten. Dritten. Dritten. 862 01:14:10,418 --> 01:14:13,587 Oh, no What's going on here 863 01:14:13,628 --> 01:14:16,506 My world is turned around And I'm upside down 864 01:14:16,548 --> 01:14:19,510 Like, oh, oh, right out of nowhere... 865 01:14:19,552 --> 01:14:20,553 What? 866 01:14:20,595 --> 01:14:23,681 My feet are up off the ground And I'm upside down... 867 01:14:23,722 --> 01:14:24,890 Nice! 868 01:14:24,931 --> 01:14:28,310 All of a sudden the bottom floor Is the top floor 869 01:14:28,351 --> 01:14:31,439 The top floor beneath my feet And man it feels so low 870 01:14:31,480 --> 01:14:34,775 Everything's changing This situation's taking me on a ride 871 01:14:35,150 --> 01:14:38,738 All over, around now, chasing me down And I got no place to hide 872 01:14:38,779 --> 01:14:40,196 If everyone could walk... 873 01:14:40,239 --> 01:14:41,824 Because you're wonky. 874 01:14:42,074 --> 01:14:45,828 The king of that world no one would dare To knock on my door botherin' me 875 01:14:45,869 --> 01:14:49,372 I'm feelin' the speed Been feeling this H-E-A-T 876 01:14:49,414 --> 01:14:53,252 Inevitable, it's out of control Turning me inside out and upside down 877 01:14:53,502 --> 01:14:56,464 Oh, no What's going on here 878 01:14:56,504 --> 01:14:59,633 My world has turned around And I'm upside down 879 01:14:59,675 --> 01:15:01,927 Like, oh, oh 880 01:15:01,968 --> 01:15:04,012 Right outta nowhere 881 01:15:04,055 --> 01:15:08,184 My feet are up off the ground And I'm upside down now 882 01:15:08,225 --> 01:15:11,437 Knocked down, right down Down, down, down 883 01:15:11,479 --> 01:15:15,024 Smacked down, right down Down, down, down 884 01:15:15,065 --> 01:15:18,443 Man down, man down Down, down, down 885 01:15:18,485 --> 01:15:22,155 So, turn around right now Down, down, down 886 01:15:22,198 --> 01:15:24,825 My world's flipped inside and out I've been in a cloud, but now 887 01:15:24,867 --> 01:15:27,328 Instead of livin' it up I'm livin' it down 888 01:15:27,578 --> 01:15:29,538 Looked as a clown The frown I've caused 889 01:15:29,872 --> 01:15:31,582 Assume you're the king Then do a few things 890 01:15:31,623 --> 01:15:32,958 Don't think there's a price to pay 891 01:15:32,999 --> 01:15:36,294 But look at me now, I've been in a cage And put my life on delay 892 01:15:44,302 --> 01:15:45,637 - Meow! - Meow! 893 01:15:52,061 --> 01:15:54,397 Upside down now 894 01:15:54,437 --> 01:15:58,150 Knocked down, right down Down, down, down 895 01:15:58,191 --> 01:16:01,611 Smacked down, right down Down, down, down 896 01:16:01,654 --> 01:16:05,156 Man down, man down Down, down, down... 897 01:16:05,199 --> 01:16:08,703 So turn around right now Down, down, down 898 01:16:17,962 --> 01:16:20,881 - You're better than all of them, you know. - Go away. 899 01:16:20,922 --> 01:16:24,510 I'm afraid I can't do that. You already used my book. 900 01:16:25,802 --> 01:16:29,265 You're stuck with me. So why fight it? 901 01:16:32,142 --> 01:16:35,395 Just look at these fools with their parlor tricks. 902 01:16:36,105 --> 01:16:41,068 Writing their names. Popping corn. Sparkly fireballs. 903 01:16:42,360 --> 01:16:43,988 You team up with me... 904 01:16:45,489 --> 01:16:47,783 we can have real power. 905 01:16:49,702 --> 01:16:52,204 - Just say the word. - No! I said go away! 906 01:16:53,163 --> 01:16:57,917 - Hey, Reina, are you okay? - Chandra! She won't leave me alone! 907 01:16:58,336 --> 01:16:59,419 Who's Chandra? 908 01:16:59,462 --> 01:17:01,756 What do you mean, "Who's Chandra?" She's right here! 909 01:17:03,132 --> 01:17:05,885 - There's... There's nobody there. - What? 910 01:17:06,385 --> 01:17:08,512 I forgot to tell you, Reina... 911 01:17:09,680 --> 01:17:12,016 you're the only one who can see me. 912 01:17:20,315 --> 01:17:22,275 I'm gonna go. 913 01:17:45,591 --> 01:17:49,345 Stop! Stop running from your destiny. 914 01:17:49,387 --> 01:17:53,474 - What do you want from me? - I want you to know your worth, Reina. 915 01:17:56,601 --> 01:17:58,729 You don't think you're good enough, do you? 916 01:17:59,605 --> 01:18:04,318 You think everyone here is better than you and you are wrong. 917 01:18:07,029 --> 01:18:09,323 Reginald thought he wasn't good enough either. 918 01:18:10,490 --> 01:18:14,744 - Who? - A former Flare. A former friend. 919 01:18:15,538 --> 01:18:20,126 He was very insecure, but he was very powerful. 920 01:18:21,584 --> 01:18:26,214 You are even more insecure, but even more powerful. 921 01:18:27,382 --> 01:18:31,636 He was good. But you, Reina... 922 01:18:33,513 --> 01:18:35,391 are perfect. 923 01:18:37,351 --> 01:18:42,607 Yes, good, smile, revel in your perfection. 924 01:18:43,106 --> 01:18:45,359 Everyone will know of it soon. 925 01:18:50,196 --> 01:18:52,783 - What's happening? - You are. 926 01:18:54,034 --> 01:18:55,952 Whether you know it or not, 927 01:18:55,994 --> 01:18:58,913 you are accepting the shadow magic into you. 928 01:18:59,748 --> 01:19:05,295 You are tired of hiding in the shadows, when you can be the shadow. 929 01:19:05,587 --> 01:19:06,588 Say it. 930 01:19:07,672 --> 01:19:09,215 Say you're tired. 931 01:19:10,133 --> 01:19:13,346 - I'm tired! - Then wake up. 932 01:19:20,144 --> 01:19:23,271 Hey! Sparkplugs! Any of you seen Reina? 933 01:19:23,689 --> 01:19:27,318 Well! If it isn't the UDM who nearly destroyed the Founders Hall 934 01:19:27,360 --> 01:19:30,196 by turning into some kind of crazy monster. 935 01:19:31,029 --> 01:19:35,158 Yeah, and I was in a good mood. But now, I´m in a bad mood. 936 01:19:36,409 --> 01:19:38,244 - She went that way. - Thanks. 937 01:19:50,591 --> 01:19:53,468 - We are awake. - Reina! 938 01:19:58,641 --> 01:20:00,810 We are not Reina. 939 01:20:01,769 --> 01:20:06,440 We are the thing that has been waiting all these years. 940 01:20:07,732 --> 01:20:09,110 Shadow magic. 941 01:20:09,150 --> 01:20:12,613 - So you don't only prey on UDMs. - Of course not. 942 01:20:14,406 --> 01:20:17,827 But soon we will prey on everyone. 943 01:20:18,910 --> 01:20:22,539 We will bring this entire school to its knees. 944 01:20:23,958 --> 01:20:25,293 But for now... 945 01:20:26,668 --> 01:20:29,379 we will start with you! 946 01:20:33,592 --> 01:20:38,180 - Reina, I'm gonna save you. I promise. - We do not need saving! 947 01:20:49,065 --> 01:20:51,068 C'mon, dorks, tell me where she went. 948 01:20:51,110 --> 01:20:53,696 If anyone from the school sees her out there after curfew, 949 01:20:53,738 --> 01:20:54,905 we're all hosed. 950 01:20:54,946 --> 01:20:57,783 - How'd you even know she snuck out? - Um, a little bird told me. 951 01:20:58,034 --> 01:21:00,786 Literally. His name's Todd. Todd the little bird. 952 01:21:00,828 --> 01:21:04,415 Skriff! Reina! Shadow magic, the school. 953 01:21:04,457 --> 01:21:06,167 Whoa, whoa, whoa. Slow down. 954 01:21:06,542 --> 01:21:09,337 My best friend Reina has been acting weird, 955 01:21:09,378 --> 01:21:13,090 and her magic wasn't hers. But it's because the shadow magic got her. 956 01:21:13,132 --> 01:21:15,635 And she said it's gonna bring the entire school to its knees! 957 01:21:17,802 --> 01:21:18,803 Wow. 958 01:21:20,431 --> 01:21:21,848 No way. 959 01:21:27,437 --> 01:21:28,897 - Well? - I'm thinking. 960 01:21:28,940 --> 01:21:31,232 And it's been a minute since I´ve done that, 961 01:21:31,275 --> 01:21:33,736 - so I would appreciate the patience. - Let's get out there and stop it! 962 01:21:34,195 --> 01:21:36,572 It's probably destroying the school right now! Come on! 963 01:21:38,990 --> 01:21:41,243 No. You guys... 964 01:21:44,038 --> 01:21:45,623 - it's waiting. - For what? 965 01:21:45,914 --> 01:21:48,333 For when it can do the most damage. 966 01:21:52,712 --> 01:21:57,133 French bread pizza day! 967 01:21:59,052 --> 01:22:02,390 What? It's like the most popular day at the dining hall! 968 01:22:02,431 --> 01:22:05,101 Everyone loves French bread pizza! 969 01:22:05,141 --> 01:22:07,227 - I mean, it is really good. - Fresh basil. 970 01:22:07,270 --> 01:22:08,771 - They know what they're doing. - Yeah. 971 01:22:10,439 --> 01:22:11,399 Founders´ Day. 972 01:22:12,650 --> 01:22:13,693 Boom. 973 01:22:13,734 --> 01:22:16,946 Founders´ Day is tomorrow. We go to Knightslinger right now and tell her. 974 01:22:16,988 --> 01:22:18,114 Tell her what, exactly? 975 01:22:18,154 --> 01:22:20,865 You think she's gonna believe you, after everything you've pulled? 976 01:22:20,908 --> 01:22:24,245 Because I know she won't. Then nobody will be able to help you. 977 01:22:24,287 --> 01:22:27,373 - So, what can we do? - We can get some rest. 978 01:22:27,707 --> 01:22:31,377 We need to make darn sure we're ready for anything tomorrow. Okay? 979 01:22:31,711 --> 01:22:32,878 - Okay! - Okay! 980 01:22:48,019 --> 01:22:49,895 What a beautiful morning. 981 01:22:56,026 --> 01:22:57,778 They'll never see it coming. 982 01:23:02,699 --> 01:23:07,162 Okay. Well, I guess this is the part where I should probably... 983 01:23:08,163 --> 01:23:10,749 say something inspiring. So, um... 984 01:23:13,209 --> 01:23:14,919 something inspiring. 985 01:23:17,839 --> 01:23:21,677 Did you mean to say that you believe in each and every one of us, 986 01:23:21,718 --> 01:23:24,430 and that as long as we have faith in ourselves, and each other, 987 01:23:24,471 --> 01:23:26,139 there's no evil we can't conquer? 988 01:23:27,391 --> 01:23:28,434 Maybe? 989 01:23:29,226 --> 01:23:34,272 And that even though the school sees us as a bunch of mess-ups and wackos, 990 01:23:34,315 --> 01:23:37,568 we're gonna save them anyway because that's the right thing to do. 991 01:23:37,985 --> 01:23:39,278 Yeah, that's pretty... 992 01:23:39,320 --> 01:23:42,865 And no matter what happens, no matter how today turns out, 993 01:23:43,365 --> 01:23:47,619 we can say that we gave it our all by doing the thing we do best, 994 01:23:47,662 --> 01:23:49,372 which is being our truest selves! 995 01:23:49,622 --> 01:23:52,624 So, let's get out there and kick shadow magic's stupid butt! 996 01:23:52,667 --> 01:23:53,876 - Yeah! - Yeah! 997 01:23:53,918 --> 01:23:56,671 I mean, I wouldn't have said "stupid butt," but yeah, 998 01:23:56,712 --> 01:23:58,297 the rest of that sounds really good. 999 01:23:58,881 --> 01:24:00,173 Let's go! 1000 01:24:03,135 --> 01:24:08,098 Students, faculty, distinguished alumni. 1001 01:24:08,766 --> 01:24:12,645 Welcome to Founder's Day. 1002 01:24:17,900 --> 01:24:22,571 Today, we celebrate all things Sage. 1003 01:24:22,904 --> 01:24:26,658 Our grand traditions, our thrilling past 1004 01:24:27,200 --> 01:24:30,162 and our brilliant future. 1005 01:24:36,209 --> 01:24:42,257 Now, let the cavalcade of talent begin! 1006 01:24:46,803 --> 01:24:48,847 I'd like to bring to the stage 1007 01:24:48,888 --> 01:24:52,976 one of our most promising first-year students. 1008 01:24:53,476 --> 01:24:56,187 Reina Carvajal! 1009 01:25:02,320 --> 01:25:07,867 Reina, come on up here and show 'em what you got! 1010 01:25:33,559 --> 01:25:35,101 You think that's impressive? 1011 01:25:41,275 --> 01:25:42,944 Wanna see something even better? 1012 01:25:49,115 --> 01:25:50,493 Okay. 1013 01:25:51,744 --> 01:25:53,496 You asked for it. 1014 01:26:19,689 --> 01:26:22,691 Distinguished alumni... 1015 01:26:23,400 --> 01:26:26,945 ...it has been far too long. 1016 01:26:30,324 --> 01:26:35,037 But I promise my return will be very... 1017 01:26:36,538 --> 01:26:37,747 memorable. 1018 01:26:47,967 --> 01:26:50,886 Look upon me with wonder... 1019 01:26:54,265 --> 01:26:59,936 for I will be the last thing any of you ever see! 1020 01:27:12,908 --> 01:27:15,328 - Shadow magic! - But how? 1021 01:27:15,619 --> 01:27:20,373 She isn't a UDM! Clearly, we were wrong about that! 1022 01:27:21,583 --> 01:27:23,251 Not today, shadow! 1023 01:27:24,044 --> 01:27:26,338 Flares! Shut it down! 1024 01:27:28,257 --> 01:27:29,634 Launch fireball! 1025 01:27:34,471 --> 01:27:40,101 Fuzzies, we need your animal allies! Summon the birds of prey! 1026 01:27:40,977 --> 01:27:43,355 Birds attack! 1027 01:27:52,949 --> 01:27:54,325 Flyers! 1028 01:28:02,123 --> 01:28:05,669 What are you all doing? Fly harder! 1029 01:28:05,962 --> 01:28:10,633 Obviously the monster's power is forcing them back down to earth, Linda! 1030 01:28:10,675 --> 01:28:15,637 Do not call me Linda in front of the students! 1031 01:28:16,471 --> 01:28:19,307 Fluxers! Take your animal forms! 1032 01:28:24,355 --> 01:28:28,484 Oh, okay, not exactly fierce! Never mind! 1033 01:28:29,025 --> 01:28:30,318 Solid effort, though! 1034 01:28:30,860 --> 01:28:34,323 Flickers! Go! Go! Go! Go! 1035 01:28:34,949 --> 01:28:37,910 Tear it apart! 1036 01:28:46,293 --> 01:28:48,586 Now there's even more of them! 1037 01:28:49,629 --> 01:28:51,298 I'm doomed! 1038 01:28:51,339 --> 01:28:54,968 - We've tried everything! - No! Not everything! 1039 01:28:56,095 --> 01:28:57,887 There's one school left. 1040 01:29:01,684 --> 01:29:05,271 What are you going to do, Skriff? You're upside down! 1041 01:29:05,520 --> 01:29:08,523 Yeah, and we're here to turn things right-side up. 1042 01:29:11,526 --> 01:29:13,486 Let's narrow the playing field! 1043 01:29:16,031 --> 01:29:19,118 That's it! Push it back into one monster again! 1044 01:29:20,328 --> 01:29:24,498 You got this! Yes! That's it! You're doing it! 1045 01:29:30,503 --> 01:29:32,839 Elliot! 1046 01:29:34,550 --> 01:29:36,802 - You got it! Yes! - Smoke it out! 1047 01:29:40,347 --> 01:29:43,350 Yeah, it can't see through all that smoke! 1048 01:29:44,351 --> 01:29:46,519 Yeah! 1049 01:29:46,811 --> 01:29:49,105 Andres, now! 1050 01:29:49,856 --> 01:29:50,815 Hey! Monster! 1051 01:29:53,235 --> 01:29:54,278 Come at me, bro! 1052 01:29:57,405 --> 01:29:59,240 - You need to go! - Come on! Do it! 1053 01:29:59,742 --> 01:30:03,037 Come on, Rocket-boy! 1054 01:30:04,538 --> 01:30:06,165 Make it chase you. 1055 01:30:09,168 --> 01:30:10,252 Pepper, now! 1056 01:30:15,925 --> 01:30:17,467 It's getting tangled up! 1057 01:30:18,468 --> 01:30:19,552 Yes! 1058 01:30:20,096 --> 01:30:21,806 Okay, Nory, take us home! 1059 01:30:21,846 --> 01:30:26,184 Okay. Dritten. Dritten. Dritten! 1060 01:30:28,561 --> 01:30:30,647 Get it to try and catch you! 1061 01:30:31,899 --> 01:30:33,441 Yeah, Nory, 1062 01:30:33,484 --> 01:30:36,195 - you're too fast for it! - It's working! 1063 01:30:36,236 --> 01:30:37,363 It can't catch you! 1064 01:30:37,404 --> 01:30:39,906 - Come on! - Come on, Nory! You're doing it! 1065 01:30:41,492 --> 01:30:44,619 - It's all twisted around! - It's getting tired! 1066 01:30:46,830 --> 01:30:49,958 - Yeah, kick that monster's stupid butt! - Come on! 1067 01:30:50,458 --> 01:30:52,168 It's getting dizzy! 1068 01:30:55,172 --> 01:30:59,760 - It's tangled, it's gonna fall! - Come on! Show it who's boss! 1069 01:31:04,723 --> 01:31:07,892 It's down! Finish it off! 1070 01:31:08,144 --> 01:31:09,686 - Flares! - Flyers! 1071 01:31:09,729 --> 01:31:11,521 Fuzzies! Fluxers! 1072 01:31:16,610 --> 01:31:18,613 Skriff! What is your girl doing? 1073 01:31:19,904 --> 01:31:22,282 We can destroy this thing! 1074 01:31:22,324 --> 01:31:25,493 Yeah, well, "this thing" is her best friend. 1075 01:31:35,296 --> 01:31:37,632 Reina! Reina, I know you're in there. 1076 01:31:38,089 --> 01:31:41,010 Reina, I need you to fight harder than you've ever fought in your life. 1077 01:31:43,262 --> 01:31:44,513 Reina, listen to me! 1078 01:31:45,181 --> 01:31:49,769 You are a flame-throwing rock star. And this is a lot. 1079 01:31:50,394 --> 01:31:53,481 But... we got this. 1080 01:32:11,623 --> 01:32:14,334 - What is that? - Sparkle Fireball. 1081 01:32:14,877 --> 01:32:17,588 For sure, no doubt. It's my favorite. 1082 01:32:20,800 --> 01:32:22,342 Reina, you got this! 1083 01:32:32,311 --> 01:32:33,312 Reina! 1084 01:32:35,522 --> 01:32:36,440 Are you okay? 1085 01:32:37,900 --> 01:32:38,901 Come on. 1086 01:32:56,877 --> 01:32:57,962 Nory? 1087 01:32:59,046 --> 01:33:00,256 Yeah, Reina? 1088 01:33:01,047 --> 01:33:03,508 Remember when I said I was doing great? 1089 01:33:04,593 --> 01:33:05,595 Yeah? 1090 01:33:06,303 --> 01:33:07,512 I wasn't. 1091 01:33:08,346 --> 01:33:11,099 I wasn't, either. 1092 01:33:12,017 --> 01:33:15,645 But I´ll tell you what, I'm doing a lot better now. 1093 01:33:16,439 --> 01:33:17,356 Me, too. 1094 01:33:19,441 --> 01:33:21,985 Up high! 1095 01:33:24,446 --> 01:33:28,659 Yes! We did it! 1096 01:33:35,373 --> 01:33:39,711 As you can imagine, Sage underwent a lot of changes after that. 1097 01:33:41,504 --> 01:33:44,300 The UDM program was discontinued, 1098 01:33:44,342 --> 01:33:47,345 and all of us UDMs joined our respective schools. 1099 01:33:51,891 --> 01:33:53,809 Elliot's an official Flare. 1100 01:34:00,357 --> 01:34:03,569 Andres is flying circles around the Flyers. 1101 01:34:08,699 --> 01:34:11,077 Pepper's a star amongst Flickers. 1102 01:34:15,373 --> 01:34:19,085 Skriff is knocking them dead as an official Fuzzy professor. 1103 01:34:19,918 --> 01:34:22,754 Come on let's show 'Em how it's done 1104 01:34:23,129 --> 01:34:25,466 Because we wanna make it fun 1105 01:34:26,967 --> 01:34:29,427 - And me? - Hmm. 1106 01:34:29,845 --> 01:34:32,765 Kitten, panda, penguin. 1107 01:34:33,641 --> 01:34:35,434 Oh. Is that all? 1108 01:34:36,185 --> 01:34:37,186 Step back. 1109 01:34:37,227 --> 01:34:38,270 Reina was right. 1110 01:34:38,729 --> 01:34:42,732 Sage is teaching me to be the best abomination I can be! 1111 01:34:49,949 --> 01:34:52,868 Pretty soon, everyone forgot about the Sage way. 1112 01:34:53,410 --> 01:34:54,662 That's the old way. 1113 01:34:54,995 --> 01:34:57,580 The new way is to let kids be themselves. 1114 01:34:58,123 --> 01:35:00,959 After all, everybody has their something. 1115 01:35:02,211 --> 01:35:05,548 And letting everybody be the most of their something they can be... 1116 01:35:06,548 --> 01:35:08,842 that's the real magic. 1117 01:35:44,808 --> 01:35:49,808 Subtitles by explosiveskull www.OpenSubtitles.org 85223

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