– Good evening, Mr Dillinger.
– Thank you, Peter. You can go now. Yes, sir. Hello, Mr Dillinger.
Thanks for coming back early. No problem, Master C. If you've seen one consumer electronic show,
you've seen them all. What's up? It's your friend, the boy detective.
He's nosing around again. – Flynn?
– Yes. – It felt like Flynn.
– He's still looking for that old file. – Can't you just appropriate it?
– I have. I put it in my memory, which he hasn't located. – But he might find it.
– I'm afraid so.
I spotted him this time and kept him out. But he's getting trickier all the time. I think we should shut down all access
until we find that Flynn, just to be safe. There's a 68.71% chance you're right. – Cute.
– End of line. "Your access suspended"?
"Report to Dillinger"? Come on. Hey, Alan? You think I could
have some of your popcorn? Yeah, sure. I don't know what he'd want
to see me for.
What did I do? – Sit down.
– Thank you. [CLEARS THROAT] We've had to shut down all Group 7
personnel, just briefly. Security. Someone with that access
has been tampering. Well, I hope you don't think it's me. I don't even balance my
chequebook on downtime. I have an abacus at home for that. Yes, I'm sure. You understand.
It should only be a couple of days. What's the project you're working on? Well, it's called TRON. It's a security program itself, actually. It monitors all contacts between
our system and other systems. Finds anything going on that's
not scheduled, it shuts it down.
– I sent you a memo on it.
– Part of the Master Control Program? No. No, it'll… It'll run independently
and watchdog the MCP as well. Sounds good. Well, we should have you running
again in a couple of days, I hope. Okay. Thanks. Oh, boy. Mr Dillinger, I'm so very disappointed in you. – I'm sorry. I can't afford to have an independent
programmer monitoring me. Do you realise how many
outside systems I've gone into? How many programs
I've appropriated? Come on. Couple of days!.