The Tribe

Following the outbreak of a virus, the entire adult population has been wiped out leaving their children to survive alone in a post-apocalyptic unnamed city. Most of the children have formed tribes, each with their own distinct makeup and clothes. Each of these tribes follow different philosophies which invariably lead to conflict.
Following the outbreak of a virus, the entire adult population has been wiped out leaving their children to survive alone in a post-apocalyptic unnamed city. Most of the children have formed tribes, each with their own distinct makeup and clothes. Each of these tribes follow different philosophies which invariably lead to conflict.

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The Mall Rats rush to warn the entire city to run away before the virus is released into the air. Jack and Amber intend to use CityNet, while the rest work on entering the lab before it's too late. Ram compliments Mega's work in order to get him to help out in beating the computer. Slade and Lex manage to destroy the laser. The computer holds Mega's life in balance as they duel inside virtual reality. Slade learns that there's no way to stop the virus, and Mega dies in his arms after fighting with the computer. Lottie accidentally ends up locked in the closet without the possibility to run with the others. Worried that Ruby's pregnancy test came in positive, Ebony throws her in front of a truck. Ruby isn't hurt, and Ebony is stricken with guilt when she learns that Ruby was never actually pregnant. The Mall Rats run to the boat, while Jay and Amber return to the Mall to rescue Lottie. They rush back to the boat, where they're reunited with their friends. The Mall Rats watch as the virus is released in the city, and they realize that they're out there looking for a new home.

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s5e52 Episode 260
September 6, 2003
The Mall Rats rush to warn the entire city to run away before the virus is released into the air. Jack and Amber intend to use CityNet, while the rest work on entering the lab before it's too late. Ram compliments Mega's work in order to get him to help out in beating the computer. Slade and Lex manage to destroy the laser. The computer holds Mega's life in balance as they duel inside virtual reality. Slade learns that there's no way to stop the virus, and Mega dies in his arms after fighting with the computer. Lottie accidentally ends up locked in the closet without the possibility to run with the others. Worried that Ruby's pregnancy test came in positive, Ebony throws her in front of a truck. Ruby isn't hurt, and Ebony is stricken with guilt when she learns that Ruby was never actually pregnant. The Mall Rats run to the boat, while Jay and Amber return to the Mall to rescue Lottie. They rush back to the boat, where they're reunited with their friends. The Mall Rats watch as the virus is released in the city, and they realize that they're out there looking for a new home.
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Ram is worried when the computer refuses to listen. Lex tries to find out where the prisoners were sent, and offers to help Mega again. May helps Ruby get a pregnancy test, and Ruby fears the results. Alice and KC realize that The Guardian has gone completely crazy when he continues to talk as if Zoot is still alive. Jay tells Trudy that he wants to be friends again. Gel rejects Lex. Ram learns that the computer intends to eliminate all humans. Jay, Amber and Jack learn about what the computer is doing from Ram, and the four try to enter the biochem lab, but they're stopped by a laser. They rush to find out what is in the lab, and Mega reveals that they'll all be dead once the computer releases the virus.

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s5e51 Episode 259
September 6, 2003
Ram is worried when the computer refuses to listen. Lex tries to find out where the prisoners were sent, and offers to help Mega again. May helps Ruby get a pregnancy test, and Ruby fears the results. Alice and KC realize that The Guardian has gone completely crazy when he continues to talk as if Zoot is still alive. Jay tells Trudy that he wants to be friends again. Gel rejects Lex. Ram learns that the computer intends to eliminate all humans. Jay, Amber and Jack learn about what the computer is doing from Ram, and the four try to enter the biochem lab, but they're stopped by a laser. They rush to find out what is in the lab, and Mega reveals that they'll all be dead once the computer releases the virus.
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Episode 260
September 6, 2003
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Emma J. M. Svensson
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The Tribe is a show I really enjoyed when I was younger. It's hard to grasp what's so good about it, to me I think it was more about the fact that it was one of the first tv-series that I watched. I thought the characters were so cool with their faces painted and the whole idea that "the mall rats" came together as a tribe and stuck by each other and protected each other. My absolute favorite characters are Bray and Amber, the leaders of the main tribe, "the mall rats". But I genuinely like many of the other characters as well and as this was my first series the fact that the characters personalities had so many layers to them was really fascinating to me. Looking at the series today I see that the acting may not have been the best and the special effects aren't all that great. I honestly don't know if kids today would enjoy the show but to me these negatives don't matter, it will always have a special place in my heart.
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