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Trust (100 Bullets)

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The Trust

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The Trust represents a coalition of thirteen powerful European families that immigrated to the American colonies in the 17th century. The families established a corps of cuthroat bodyguards and assassins that came to be known as the Minutemen. In the 1600s, the Trust families betrayed the Minutemen, and the surviving descendents of the original soldiers continue to wage their secret war against the Trust to this day.

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Written by  Paul Williams
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Date  2008

"Trust" is a song from the 2008 musical Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas. It is sung by the squirrels and Jane about taking chances in life by trusting "that branch you land on."

It was also performed by Rosie O'Donnell and the squirrels for the benefit Rosie's Broadway Extravaganza.

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia

"and I give you my word", Linus to Locke.("The Other Woman")

Trust is a recurring and tenuous issue for many of the people involved with the Island.



Season 1

Charlie and Jack discussing trust in Locke.("Hearts and Minds")

JACK: So you trust him?

CHARLIE: Trust him? No offense, mate, but if there's one person on this island I would put my absolute faith in to save us all it would be John Locke.

Season 2

Locke and Sawyer debating trust.("The Long Con")

SAWYER: Help you what?

LOCKE: Move the guns.

SAWYER: Move them where? [Locke doesn't respond.] Fine, you don't want to trust me -- lots of luck.

Season 3

"Get you to trust us".("The Cost of Living")

BEN: We had such a wonderful plan to break you, Jack.

JACK: Break me?

BEN: Wear you down till you were convinced we weren't your enemies. Get you to trust us.

Season 4

Jack and Miles share no trust. ("The Economist")

MILES: Locke’s the guy who killed Naomi. Give me back my gun, Shepherd.

JACK: You want your gun back, I want answers.

JACK: You don’t trust me, I don’t trust you.

  • Locke keeps Ben locked in a basement room, because he can't trust Ben. The judge at Kate's hearing refuses her bail, because she doesn't trust Kate not to run. Sawyer asks for Locke's word not to hurt Kate, he knows it is the only way to trust Locke. ("Eggtown")
  • When Frank and Sayid are together on the freighter, Frank tells Sayid to trust him as he wants to help Sayid. Desmond implores Penny to trust him and to answer his phone call to her eight years in the future on 12/24/2004. ("The Constant")
  • When Jack comments on Juliet having read his file, she asks him to trust her in that he would not want to read hers. Ben gives Locke his word to divulge information about the freighter in exchange for a release from the basement. Locke tells Ben he doesn't trust his word.("The Other Woman")
  • Sayid reads a note that was slipped under his cabin door, telling him not to trust the captain of the freighter. Sun tells Juliet that her and Jin are leaving the camp to join Locke, because they don't trust the freighter people.("Ji Yeon")
  • Rose states to Juliet that Daniel and Charlotte cannot be trusted to assist with Jack's appendectomy. Kate returning from an errand unknown to Jack, begs him to trust her and not ask her any questions.("Something Nice Back Home")
  • Michael replies to Frank that he didn't think that he could trust Lapidus, because Widmore hired him.("Cabin Fever")

Season 5

  • Daniel asks Sawyer to trust him rather than attempt to give an explanation of the events occurring on the Island.("Because You Left")
  • In a vision Ana Lucia appears to Hurley and tells him to take the injured Sayid to someone Hugo can trust for aid.Ben asks Hurley to trust him and go back to the Island, but Hugo refuses and turns himself over to the police.("The Lie")
  • Jones from the Others camp, warns Richard not to trust Daniel. Daniel asks Ellie to trust him that Jughead won't explode if she has the bomb buried. Jones again advises Richard not to trust someone, Locke, when John strolls into Others camp in 1954.("Jughead")
  • Charles Widmore chuckles and comments to Locke that John is still not trusting him, even after Widmore has begun helping John. Hugo warns Locke not to trust Abaddon, whom Hurley feels is evil. ("The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham")
  • Sawyer starts to make a sarcastic comment about trusting Amy just before she betrays them with the sonic fence. Richard demands an explanation from Horace about the breaking of the truce(trust). Later Sawyer will assure Richard that the truce hasn't been broken.("LaFleur")
    Sawyer trying to gain Richard's trust.("LaFleur")

RICHARD: Your people know that you're telling me this?

SAWYER: They ain't my people, Hoss. So if you got some kind of a truce with them, it ain't been broken.

RICHARD: If you're not a member of the DHARMA Initiative, then what are you?

  • Sawyer asks Kate, Jack and Hugo to trust him with their intake in the DHARMA camp. Regardless of Frank's hesition, Sun tells him that she has to trust Ben to get them to the Island. Later, after knocking Ben out with an oar, Sun admits she lied.("Namaste")
  • Cassidy asks Kate why she trusted Cassidy with the information about Sawyer and his daughter, Clementine. Sawyer violates the truce(trust) when he takes young Ben to Richard, to save Ben from dying.("He's Our You")
  • Ben states to Sun to trust him in knowing that Locke didn't fake his own death. Widmore tells Ben to trust the fact that the Island will not let you return once you leave it.("Dead Is Dead")
  • Horace decides to include Miles into the circle of trust involving the construction of the Swan station. Later, to the dismay of Radzinsky, Miles informs him of Horace's decision. Hurley tells Miles that he can trust Hurley with his ability to communicate with the dead.("Some Like It Hoth")
  • Ben asks Locke if John trusts him alone with his former people, when Locke invites Ben to join him and Richard. Jack reveals to Sayid that he trusts Eloise, with the hydrogen bomb, because of her future relationship with the group.("Follow the Leader")

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History of team is unknown.


Equipment: None known.
Transportation: None known.
Weapons: None known.


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  • Appearances of Trust
  • Team Gallery: Trust
  • Fan-Art Gallery: Trust
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Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about the Armada episode. For the Cybertron episode, see Trust (Cybertron episode).

Which side is Scavenger really on?

North American air date:

Characters (in order of appearance): Carlos, Rad, Alexis, Scavenger, Hot Shot, Smokescreen, Red Alert, Starscream, Megatron, Demolishor, Cyclonus, Sideways, Air Defense Mini-Con Team, Drillbit, Rollbar.



At the Autobot base, Carlos sits down to enjoy a drink of milk. The kids discuss Hot Shot's determination as he trains with Scavenger as his new instructor and Alexis suggests the kids go see Hot Shot in action. Rad and Alexis rush off and Carlos struggles to catch up, and none of them really seems to care that they left their breakfast behind. So much for the most important meal of the day.

The trio look for Hot Shot, but find only Scavenger, fast asleep, after they initially mistake his snores for the growls of an animal. Alexis jokes that Carlos also likes to take naps. As Scavenger, oblivious to the kids, continues to nap, Hot Shot practices his dramatic punching and kicking. Surprisingly, Scavenger has no commentary to offer.

Seeing Scavenger's sloth, Carlos ponders on the matter of Scavenger's allegiance and advises Hot Shot to be apprehensive. Elsewhere, Carlos overhears similar misgivings regarding Scavenger from Smokescreen, who compares Scavenger to Sideways.

Meanwhile, on the moon, Starscream puts forward the idea that Scavenger has switched sides. Because Scavenger deserted the Decepticons, Megatron declares him an enemy and puts the call out for his head. Starscream interjects, and Megatron responds by standing and slapping a panel off his head.

Back on Earth, the kids inquire after Scavenger with Optimus. Before Prime can explain, the Autobots' Mini-Con detection alarms go off.

In a snowy area, the Autobots and Decepticons square off and battle head-on. Most of the battles are evenly matched, but Scavenger completely out-maneuvers and over-powers a Mini-Con enhanced Cyclonus. Moments later, when the battle nears a chasm, Scavenger is abruptly missing in action, leaving Hot Shot to reconsider his previous faith in his instructor.

The battle continues, with Optimus and Megatron moving ever closer to the deep chasm, while Scavenger doesn't respond to any calls for him. Back at the Autobot base, Alexis spots Scavenger on the video broadcast from Laserbeak.

Megatron is ready to finish Optimus when Optimus surprises the Decepticon by ejecting his own legs and grabbing hold of Megatron in a move apparently designed to plunge both warriors into the chasm. But before Optimus can plummet heroically to his and Megatron's mutual doom, Scavenger leaps off the other side of the canyon and, in mid-air, manages to fling Optimus to safety.

Scavenger has flipped sides almost as much as your M-

When the kids express their amazement at how much faith Optimus places in Scavenger, Red Alert patiently explains that Optimus and Scavenger came to trust each other long ago on Cybertron. Why didn't Red Alert enlighten them earlier? For suspense, of course. Red Alert also points out that Scavenger never really switched sides; he was only on the Decepticon side to gain needed strategic information.

While Red Alert schools the kids, on the battlefield, the Autobots take some time to taunt the outnumbered Decepticons. As the Decepticons consider their less-than-ideal situation, Sideways and Megatron emerge dramatically from the chasm, and Sideways sends Megatron flying directly at Scavenger. Unfortunately for the airborne Decepticon leader, Optimus is quick to protect Scavenger and blasts Megatron away. Megatron swears vengeance as the Decepticons beat a hasty retreat.

The battle at last concluded, Smokescreen and Hot Shot tender their apologies to Scavenger, who graciously accepts.

Notable quotes

"I don't like showing off, but I think you'll agree that that high-flying wacko needed to be grounded permanently."

-- Scavenger, after shooting down Cyclonus

"Oh, my aching motherboard!"

-- Cyclonus, after being shot

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Continuity errors

  • While Crumplezone is Cyclonus' regular Mini-Con, in this case he Power-links with Drillbit, but still calls out Crumplezone's name. Cyclonus is the only Armada toy with a "gear-gimmick" that lets him take full advantage of Drillbit's drill mechanism, but not in the fashion Cyclonus wore Drillbit in this episode.
  • Shortly before teleporting away, Megatron mentions Optimus' treachery, when context suggests that he meant Scavenger.

Transformers references

  • During the flashbacks, Optimus is seen using a gun in similar design to Optimus Prime (G1).

Real-world references

  • None known.

Miscellaneous trivia

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