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Generator Rex: Season: 3 Episode: 3-4 (Crossover with Ben 10: Ultimate Alien)

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  • [tires screech] [people screaming] [patter] You need pay an attention.
  • Rex: I’ll tell you what I Need.
  • Six: More training? Your swing is getting a little Sloppy.
  • Rex: Not what I was thinking, but thanks for the tip.
  • Two words for you, Six -- theme song! 
  • Six: Theme song? 
  • Dr. Holiday: Break my stuff, And I will ruin you.
  • Rex: Things have been pretty Good for me lately.
  • I have a home, friends, family.
  • The only thing I need now is my own theme song.
  • Bobo: I got your theme song.
  • [pbht! Pbht!] Rex: I’m serious.
  • Every hero should have a theme song.
  • I’ve been working on one, though you probably won’t hear it over the ringing in your ears.
  • It started when the nanites went Ka-Pow! upon the scene transforming all the life on earth like nothing that you’ve seen but there’s one lucky hombre who can make them build machines.
  • He’s Gen Rex.
  • Ohh! Six: It’s catchy.
  • It’s good to see you happy, Rex.
  • Just remember that in this world, right now, all of those things can be taken away in an instant.
  • Rex: If that was your attempt at inspiring me, Six, you need a little more practice yourself.
  • [alarm blaring] 
  • Dr. Holiday: How quickly can we get to manhattan? [people screaming] Providence! It’ll be okay now, sweetie.
  • Black Knight: Dr. Salazar, what am I looking at? Caesar: You want the truth? For the first time since I was 6 years old, I haven’t a clue what I’m looking at.
  • Rex: What is going on here? Bobo: Don’t know, but I wish I’d brought my tanning butter.
  • Six: Cut the chatter.
  • This isn’t our usual deal.
  • Just make sure Providence doesn’t shoot me in my butt while I’m off saving theirs.
  • Huh? So I smash that? Bobo: Coming back around, kid.
  • I think it likes you.
  • Rex: Holiday, what is it, and Where do I hit it? 
  • Dr. Holiday: I don’t know.
  • I -- wait.
  • I’m picking up bio-organic energy inside the event.
  • Rex: Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Have you anything to say yourself before I commence with the face-stomping? Humungousaur: Yeah.
  • You just made a humungous mistake.
  • Stay down if you know what’s good for you.
  • I’ll show what I’m good at, pale.
  • Rex, I’m getting more fluctuations from your next.
  • Something is coming out.
  • Rex: I see it, Doc.
  • You and your partners call it quits right now, and I’ll keep the pounderizing to a minimum.
  • Rex: I was gonna say the same thing, only in Spanish.
  • You take the hunk of junk, Six.
  • "Big ugly" is mine.
  • Humungousaur: Hmm.
  • You want to learn the hard way? Lesson one -- dangerous aliens are not welcome on my planet! Black Knight, target locked and weapons are charged.
  • Firing on your mark.
  • If anything you’ve got focused on that rift.
  • Nothing else comes out of there.
  • Pawns, get those evos alive.
  • I need answers.
  • Caesar Caesar: The physics are amazing.
  • Like a star in collapse, it -- [computer beeping] I’ll buzz you back.
  • Black Knight: Don’t hang up on me, Caesar.
  • Bring Salazar to me -- now! White Knight: Hands full? My team is here to help.
  • You’d be well advised to let them.
  • Black Knight: You’d be well advised to get off my screens, White Knight.
  • I’ll see you tried for treason.
  • White Knight: While you’re filing the paperwork, we’ll be saving New York.
  • Join us or stay out of our way.
  • [punch lands] Rex: [coughs] You can punch.
  • I’ll give you that.
  • Humungousaur: [groans] You alien wannabes should know better by now -- mess with Ben, you get the ten.
  • Rex: Aliens?! The ten?! Great -- another insane Evo.
  • Providence is all over your energy-weapon whatever, so let’s see if I can’t knock some normal back into you.
  • Humungousaur: Good luck with that.
  • Ugh! Ok, that’s weird.
  • Diamondhead: What did you just do to me? Rex: Not sure, but I like it.
  • Holiday, are you seeing this? "Creature feature" just went bling on me.
  • Dr. Holiday: Be careful, Rex.
  • This is something we’ve never seen before.
  • Dianne Farrah.
  • Broadcasting to you live, from what appears to be the end of the world.
  • Alpha: So many of us.
  • What has happened here? [clink! clank!] [machine-gun fire] Holiday, what am I looking at here? 
  • Dr. Holiday: Preliminary scans say non-organic.
  • It appears to be entirely mechanical.
  • I’ll need a closer look.
  • Six: I’ll see what I can do.
  • Lucky punch.
  • Rex: Don’t believe in luck.
  • Now hold still so I can cure you.
  • Diamondhead: You’re talking crazy, and I’m not sick.
  • We’re wasting time.
  • Lodestar: Metal, meet magnetism.
  • Rex: Magnets, huh? Well, there’s no metal in pavement.
  • Diamondhead: Aah! Six: It’s gone, but I found this.
  • Dr. Holiday: I’m not exactly sure what we’re looking at here.
  • I don’t even know if this is made with an element I’ve ever seen before.
  • Getting some kind of a residual nanite signature, but this is definitely not an evo.
  • Caesar We could use a little help here.
  • What is it? Caesar: The fragment came from the machine.
  • Dr. Holiday: Can u tell us anything about it? Caesar: Yes, but not right now.
  • For the record Most scientists are not like that.
  • Alpha: Him.
  • Father?! [screams] Six: We’re not finished yet.
  • Diamondhead: Ow! [people screaming] Both: Time-out! Innocents! [people screaming] Thank you -- who are you? Rath: Seriously?! I’m the cat who’s all that -- the Rath attack! And about a hundred other things.
  • Rex: Time-in! Thanks for the assist, but say adios to your nanites for real, el gato.
  • Will you stop that? Rex: You you’re not an evo?! Rath: Let me tell you something, robot boy! I have no clue what an evo is.
  • I’m just trying to do my thing.
  • Rex: Destroy our city? [poink!] Rath: Destroy?! You really haven’t heard of me? Ben: I’m Ben Tennyson.
  • Ben 10.
  • Like the biggest hero in the world? Rex: Six! Six: Everybody down! Rex: Six! Six! Hold on! Holiday, Six is down.
  • Six is down.
  • This is all your fault! Holiday? 
  • Dr. Holiday: I’m doing everything I can, Rex.
  • But we have to focus on the bigger picture.
  • Six would want us to.
  • Rex: Figures the only time I do what Six would want, he’s in coma.
  • I’ll be having the pleasure of helping Providence figure out how to close the rift.
  • The rest of you can deal with that machine.
  • Rex: It got blown to bits along with Six.
  • Remember? White Knight: Don’t be so sure.
  • Someone needs to find out what that is and where it went.
  • Ben: I can do that.
  • Bobo: You ain’t doin’ nothi’ but sittin’ pretty and shuttin’ up.
  • Rex: And if Six doesn’t pull through, you won’t even be able to do that.
  • Ben: I’m sorry about your friend -- honestly.
  • Obviously, he’s important to you.
  • But I have no clue what’s even happening here.
  • I’never heard of Providence or evos or One minute I’m doing a tv Interview, the next -- hole in the sky, flash of light, and I’m punching out a mecha-monster.
  • Then I end up in a world where nobody knows me.
  • Dr. Holiday: He might actually be telling the truth.
  • Ben’s nanite-absorption level indicates that he came through that rift without any.
  • Rex: I thought White Knight was the only living thing on Earth that’s nanite-free.
  • Ben: So, you mean I have those things in me now? Great.
  • Where’s my space suit? 
  • Dr. Holiday: You’ll live.
  • It still doesn’t explain how you got here.
  • Ben: We’re probably looking at a parallel-world thing.
  • Dr. Holiday: Parallel worlds are a theory -- and a shaky one, at that.
  • Ben: Are you serious? I go to them all the time.
  • Maybe if you knew where that mech-alien was from, it might help prove -- Rex: Quit talking.
  • Ben: Exactly.
  • Nothing’s gonna get answered sitting around here.
  • Rex: In case you hadn’t noticed, we’re holding you under house arrest.
  • Ben: You aren’t holding me.
  • I was staying to see how I could help.
  • You are the only person worried about someone close to you.
  • Rex: I got this.
  • White Knight: Rex, don’t! I hate kids.
  • Nanite cloud.
  • These are being drawn in from the atmosphere.
  • Now, where are you? So, it is you.
  • This is most disturbing.
  • Why don’t you just go back to where you came from? Big Chill: I’m trying to, you doof! Oh, no.
  • Rex: What? Mr Smoothie isn’t here.
  • That’s messed up.
  • Rex: My partner is in a coma.
  • If you’re stressing over a frozen drink, you are totally getting punk-busted! Ben: We’re in Bellwood, my hometown -- or it should be.
  • But it’s all different.
  • Part of me hoped it wouldn’t be, but this pretty much proves it.
  • Rex: This doesn’t prove anything! Ben: You know the friend you care about? Well, I have a cousin, a grandfather, a best friend that I care about.
  • They don’t exist here.
  • I may never see them again.
  • I’m totally alone.
  • So, go ahead.
  • Do your worst.
  • Rex: [sighs] Maybe we can help each other.
  • Ben: You’d do that? [whirl, whirl] What’s that sound? - Rex: My brother.
  • - Ben: Is he like you? Rex: Uh, no.
  • Caesar’s a little crazy and he’s working for the wrong side, but, otherwise, not so bad.
  • Ben: What constitutes "not so bad" here on opposite world? No! We need that! Rex: To blow my head off? Caesar: To stop that! Rex: What is that? Caesar: A bad, bad thing.
  • Alpha: Why would you speak of me so, Father? I am your Alpha.
  • I came home.
  • You are pleased? Caesar: No.
  • Not especially.
  • What has happend here? Why so many brothers? Caesar: We had an accident.
  • Aha: The bodies I build, Father -- they still do not last.
  • But my brothers are free.
  • I can control them.
  • They could help make me complete.
  • Aah! Caesar: Rex, stay back! Alpha: I am still weak, Father.
  • I need more.
  • Will you help me live? Caesar: I don’t believe so, Alpha.
  • Alpha: That is a very disappointing response.
  • Diamondhead: Then you really won’t like this one! Caesar: Don’t let it touch him! [beeping] Alpha: You control nanites, yet you are human.
  • How is this possible? Tell me the secret.
  • Eh, Caesar? What is that thing? Why did it call you "Father"? Caesar: It’s migrating.
  • We have to follow it -- now! These were gathered from the area of the space-time rift, and you’ll find them everywhere Alpha goes.
  • Ben: I take it those are nanites? Caesar: Dead nanites, drained by the entity you just fought and, incidentally, the thing that dragged you here from your Earth.
  • Rex: His Earth? He really is from a parallel world? Ben: Science class much? Caesar: I believe it’s been searching for a way home.
  • It was possibly attracted to your weapon before it found its way here.
  • A powerful device, no doubt.
  • Ben: It’s called the Ultimatrix.
  • It has the DNA of a million aliens.
  • Rex: R-i-i-i-ght.
  • Aliens.
  • And leprechauns gave me these goggles! I’m curious how big brother knows so much about a thing from a parallel dimension.
  • Caesar: Because I sent it there.
  • In the early days of the nanite program, our goal was simple -- Construct micromachines to cure diseases, grow new cells, regenerate bones.
  • But there was a control issue.
  • Some thought a human-machine link was the answer.
  • Others proposed that the machines could control themselves.
  • I was in the latter camp.
  • I developed the Alpha to command other nanites.
  • To maximize its effectiveness, I had to program Alpha to think for itself.
  • Ben: Does a long explanation mean something bad on your Earth, too? Rex: Yep.
  • Caesar: Alpha developed its own consciousness.
  • It evolved into a unique life form and wanted a body, but whatever it built burnt out.
  • So, when Alpha attempted possessing living things, Alpha had to be eliminated.
  • So, I built a dimensional disruptor.
  • Ben: That sounds like a "null void gun".
  • We’ve got those on my Earth, too.
  • Caesar: I designed it to send the Alpha to an empty space where it wouldn’t do any more damage.
  • That’s what I was attempting to do again -- until you destroyed it.
  • Ben: But the null void isn’t empty.
  • It’s a prison for intergalactic criminals.
  • Caesar: Hmm.
  • I see.
  • Then, clearly, it found a host within a mechanical one.
  • Alpha did always have a way with machines.
  • It’s been gaining mass and energy from machines and other nanites.
  • If it’s able to stabilize a host body, there’s no limit to the amount of damage it can cause.
  • You’ve just cooked up a bazooka thingy, and let’s go zap it! [bang!] Caesar: Too late for that, Rex.
  • We gotta go, brother! Rex: Tell me that’s a new weapon.
  • Caesar! Do you have any idea what it smells like in there, dude? Ben: I’m sure you can handle a little arburian musk to save your nuts and bolts dude.
  • Rex: Sorry.
  • Thanks.
  • I’m just -- ugh! This day started off perfectly.
  • Now there’s aliens, my partner’s in a coma, and my brother’s trying to kill me.
  • Ben: Maybe he was trying to protect us.
  • Alpha was right there, and now it’s not.
  • Rex: You’re one of those glass-half-full guys, aren’t you? Ben: Here on "crazy earth," why not? Rex: Holiday, is Six? 
  • Dr. Holiday: He’s the same, but the knights have figured out how to close the rift.
  • You need to get Mr.
  • 10 back to New York if he ever wants to see his home again.
  • Rex: Figures.
  • Just when I almost considered liking you.
  • Ben: Hold on a second.
  • You think I’m leaving you like this? This might not be my Earth, but it’s still Earth sort of.
  • Rex: Thanks, but this is my problem, not yours.
  • Dr. Holiday: Rex, we need you back at base.
  • It’s here.
  • Alpha: Come to me, my siblings.
  • I’ll be back.
  • Alpha: The nanites in those creatures -- they are different, powerful.
  • Your nanites are weak.
  • I have no use for you.
  • Where is the boy? 
  • Dr. Holiday: His nanites are off limits.
  • Rex: Do you like give me a hand? Ben: How about four? Rex: I’m starting to like the way you think, Ben 10.
  • [whip!] [grunts] Alpha: You cannot keep me from what I seek.
  • Rex: My brother? Look around.
  • He’s not here.
  • Alpha: The Father is redundant now that I found you.
  • Alpha: I cannot merge! What makes you so special, human? Yes! You shelter an Omega.
  • Rex: Ya-a-a-h! That was my leg! 
  • Dr. Holiday: Your move.
  • The brother wants blow you up, and she’s your friend? You might be safer on my Earth.
  • Dr. Holiday: Rex can lose his builds relatively pain-free.
  • Ben: Are we seriously gonna just wait around? It wants nanites.
  • My nanites.
  • Holiday thinks it’ll come back for me, but, yeah, I’d rather go after the thing, knock it into another dimension.
  • Ben: But your bio-whatevers need a break.
  • I get it.
  • Bobo: Ya missed.
  • Ben: At least you hit the rim that time.
  • Rex: Yeah, thanks.
  • Ben: So, what happened to you, anyways? Rex: I was gonna ask you the same thing.
  • Ben: It started when the Omnitrix fell out of the sky.
  • I was 10 years old.
  • Rex: Six years ago, the nanite event changed everything.
  • Ben: And there’s alien dna in the Omnitrix.
  • Rex: And that’s how I can build stuff with the micromachines in my body.
  • Ben: Now Kevin, Gwen, and I are the plumbers.
  • Rex: Plumbers? I thought "providence" was a dumb name.
  • [both laugh] Nice assist.
  • Ben: That’s how we get it done.
  • [high-pitched beeping] White Knight: Sat scans just picked up the Alpha.
  • It’s at the bug jar.
  • Rex: The bug jar is shielded.
  • White Knight: Not anymore.
  • Rex: So much for waiting.
  • Let’s do this! Ben: [sniffs] Why does my jacket smell like bananas? Rex: Ugh! This feels tight.
  • Bobo: You guys are our best hope? We’re doomed.
  • If this is the bug jar Rex: Then where are the bugs? Whoa! What do you call that? White Knight: I call it the entire nanite population of the bug jar.
  • Alpha: The power changes life itself -- what foolishness to give my brothers such a command.
  • Rex: Preaching to the choir, buddy.
  • White Knight: Don’t let it get to Rex.
  • If it drains his nanites Diamondhead: Game over -- understood.
  • Rex: It already tried to eat me.
  • That didn’t work.
  • White Knight: That thing was made to control machines, and until it burns through them, it’s got every active nanite in the bug jar at its command.
  • You think you can stop that? - We can try! - We can try! That thing just hacked my watch! Rex: You’re going to run out of nanites eventually.
  • Alpha: Incorrect, thanks to the one thing left on this Earth that can create them -- your Omega.
  • They thought it could replace me.
  • Now it will make me whole.
  • I could use an alien right now! Ben: Great idea, but a certain nanite monster busted my watch! Rex: Do something -- anything! Do something better! Ben: I could try calling it names.
  • Let Me Go! Aah! As long as I fight it, it’s like the Alpha and Omega cancel each other out.
  • Alpha: An alternate path is required.
  • Ben: Aah! He did it again! Rex: No.
  • It’s worse! Alpha: Your machine is most interesting.
  • Perhaps within I can find a suitable host.
  • Ben: Can he do that? Rex: I think he just did.
  • Both: Aah! Ben: I think he really fried it this time.
  • Rex: Hey! It’s me you want.
  • Alpha heatblast: You presume so much, brother.
  • Organics who rely on machines for their power, I don’t need.
  • The machines themselves -- now, those I will have.
  • Rex: Machines not sold separately, Alf-alfa.
  • And stop calling me your brother! Alpha fourarms: [growls] Ben: Okay.
  • You got to admit that looks pretty cool.
  • Should I try those insults now? Alpha fourarms: [growls] Rex: Aah! Ugh! Whoaaa! Wow, this is unexpected.
  • Rex: [grunts] Well, blast it or something! Ben: I have no idea what this alien does.
  • I’ve never seen it before.
  • Rex: You’re not filling me with confidence.
  • Oh, yeah.
  • Ye-e-e-s! Yes, yes! No, no, no, no, no, no, no! Oh, man! Your face looks fractured, White.
  • Get out of here before it cracks through.
  • White Knight: Not a chance.
  • Six would have your back.
  • I’m here in his place.
  • Rex, your biometrics are dangerously low.
  • You need to get away.
  • Rex: Listen to me.
  • Alpha controls nanites.
  • So do I.
  • Why don’t I just shut him down? Ben: Hey, jerk-asaur! You’re a loser! Ha! You see that? Hero time! Rath: Oh, yeah! Let’s cause some pain! White Knight: Wait! Not while they’re linked! Rath: Oh, you did not just stop me! Alpha: The power you hold is impressive.
  • Rex: You mean the power to kick your butt? Alpha: The power to create machines.
  • You are not worthy of such a gift.
  • The Omega nanite is mine.
  • Take this and this! What do you think of that?! Alpha: [roars] Alpha: I was misguided to place my trust in a Father that did not want me.
  • I never needed him.
  • I simply needed the energy and means to do what I have always done -- evolve.
  • Ben: You okay? Rex: No.
  • Definitely not okay.
  • It took my Omega nanite, and I think I know what it wants.
  • Alpha-Omega: Behold, organics the beginning and the end of all things.
  • I am Alpha-Omega.
  • This is the twilight of humanity.
  • Alpha-Omega destroys all.
  • Rex: Holiday, are you seeing this? 
  • Dr. Holiday: Unfortunately, yes.
  • We’re not looking at random destruction.
  • Alpha is synthesizing the matter around him to build his own nanite.
  • Rex: Thanks to my Omega nanite.
  • Dr. Holiday: This isn’t your fault, Rex.
  • Rex: Sure feels like it.
  • I woke up this morning on top of the world.
  • Now I’m about to witness the end of it.
  • Six was right.
  • Ben: I don’t think this is how it was meant to play out.
  • I’ve seen what you can do.
  • Rex: My most powerful builds came from the Omega nanite.
  • A lot of people are going to get hurt, and I can’t stop it.
  • What happens when the best you can do just isn’t enough? Ben: You’ll get an upgrade.
  • Rex: Weren’t you listening? Alpha has the Omega.
  • Ben: I’m not talking about a nanite.
  • Rex: Hey! What are you -- [shivering] Okay.
  • That feels weird.
  • Whoa! What’s supposed to happen now? [creak!] Aah! Ohh! Don’t do that! You’re freaking me out! Upgrade: Build something.
  • Rex: S-weet! So, what’s the plan? Upgrade: You build stuff, I make it better, fight, fight, fight we win.
  • Rex: Works for me.
  • Whoo-hoo! Alpha-Omega: [roars] Rex: Ye-e-e-ah! Nice shot, Rex! Run, run, run, run, run, run! [engine revs] Alpha-Omega: [screams] [beeping] Both: Aah! Oof! [groaning] We need direct hit on the Alpha.
  • Ben: More insults? I’ve got a good one.
  • Rex: I’ve got an idea, but you have to trust me.
  • When I fire, you got to make your roly-poly thing.
  • Ben: You’re not thinking of Rex: Yup.
  • Ben: Isn’t that dangerous? Rex: Probably.
  • Ben: On three? Rex: I’ve officially decided I like you, monster guy.
  • Ben: Same here, robot kid.
  • One Rex: Two Three! Alpha-Omega: [roars] [rumbling] Rex: [grunts] Whoo! Yeah! Oh, yeah! He shoots! He scores! Whoo! And the crowd goes wild! [beeping] Whoa there, little nanite brothers.
  • Where do you think you’re going? Alpha’s not the only one who can tell you what to do.
  • Omega man, are you going to be in there, too? Caesar: I’ll handle that.
  • Where are you, little guy? Got it! Look! It worked! And that, my friend, is how you save the world.
  • Caesar: Very clever, little brother.
  • The density of this sphere is over 30 grams per centimeter cubed.
  • It would be extremely difficult for Alpha to slip through the molecules of this, assuming it survived compaction.
  • We need to get rid of it.
  • Rex: Caesar, wait! Caesar: Rex, I wasn’t fully able to repair the void gun.
  • I’m not sure how long my repairs will hold before it discharges.
  • We only get one shot at this, and we have to do it fast.
  • It’s now or never, Rex.
  • How are you going to carry it? That thing must weigh 10 tons! Ben: I’m not going to carry It.
  • Upchuck: Let’s do this again someday.
  • [munch!] [gulp!] Rex: Wow! That’s just Wow! Six? Bobo: He’s gone.
  • Rex: [weakly] Gone? Bobo: to the little ninja’s room.
  • Dr. Holiday: He’s going to be fine, Rex.
  • Rex: He is?! All right! Yes! Oh, man, I knew it! I knew the whole time! [laughs] I mean cool.
  • I’m glad you’re alive.
  • Six: Me too.
  • Rex: I was so scared, Six.
  • I’ve never done anything so hard in all my life.
  • I really thought the world was going to end, and then I totally kicked butt! Six: I hear you had a little help.
  • Rex: Yeah, when his monster watch wasn’t conked out.
  • Ben was a cool kid.
  • I wonder if I’ll ever see him again.
  • Dr. Holiday: With infinite dimensions, the math doesn’t work in your favor, Rex.
  • Bobo: Math -- the enemy of all things good.
  • Six: Although the cosmos works in mysterious ways.
  • I think certain people are meant to meet, to fight side by side, to be friends.
  • You may see one another sooner than you think.
  • Dr. Holiday: Caesar?! How did you? Caesar: Okay.
  • Before White Knight comes looking for me here, one last piece of unfinished business.
  • Rex: You’re sure this is the Omega, right? I mean, you didn’t grab the Alpha by mistake? Caesar: 100% certain.
  • Well, actually, 99.
  • 998%.
  • Nothing is 100%.
  • [orchestral fanfare]