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|“||Humans have been nature's dominant predator since the beginning of time. And this is the closest I will ever get to hunting you.||„|
|~ Agent Trout's true nature - and his infamous quote.|
|“||You think you belong? That you can fit in with the rest of society? You are nothing but some filthy mindless BEASTS!||„|
|~ Agent Trout’s villainous breakdown as he rages about his deep hatred for bears- his famous qoute.|
|“||(laughs) I guess you bears are good for something, after all. (Grizz: No! Don't do this, Trout!) And who's gonna stop me? Hmm? Your bear stack can't reach me from there! (laughs)||„|
|~ Agent Trout leaving the bears to die in the wildfire and his last words.|
Agent Buck Trout is the main antagonist of Cartoon Network's 10th animated feature film We Bare Bears: The Movie.
During the courts about the Bears for going wild through the entire city and blackouts with Murphy's objections, Agent Trout arrived and starts to gave some of his fake news to the people about that the bears had been stack to be dangerous and they must have to be separated by maintaining order by any means of possible. Once the bears are taken away with Trout watching them, Darren, Tabes, Chloe, Lucy, and other appears and furiously confronts him for being cruel towards the bears and his deceiving everyone. Trout instead callously dismiss their complaints and lies that he is sending them to the nature preserve for safety, much to Chloe's disgust. Ironically, Murphy appears on sight, making Trout freak out to question at Murphy for someone inside driving the van.
The next morning, the police begins investigating the Bears cave until Trout arrives as then summons his reinforcements to preparing them to capture the bears. In an attempt to fulfill his ambitions, Trout must be ready to separate the bears in natural order: Grizzly Bear in North America, Panda Bear in China, and Ice Bear in the Arctic. While at the intersection's inspection, the Bears quickly disguised themselves to sneak past the National Wildlife Preserve soldiers in their van. When the second van pulls up, the soldier calls for Trout that he caught the Bears, which he walks over and attempts to arrest them. Unfortunately for Trout, he found out that it has a real people in the same van that Bears had, driving an angry Trout berate his soldier for his failure before Murphy reappears with getting his croissant shoved in his mouth by Trout once again.
After Trout founds the Bears at the famous animal celebrities party by Pizza Rat (who was trying to get more followers and jealous of their inconclusive), he and his reinforcements tries to capture the Bears, but the animal celebrities attacks them, allowing the Bears to escape with their fully repaired van by the raccoons until Trout wrecks the music and proceeded his chase through the bridge as he struggle to capture Panda. The Bears manages to lose him by jumping over the gap bridge after activating the rocket upgraded booster to make their way to Canada. The soldier informs Trout about the Bears’ cellphone they’ve accidentally left behind during their runaway. After unable to enter to Canada and their arguments, Trout appears with his reinforcements as he showed them their cellphone of their plans to go Canada until he orders his reinforcements to capture them. Eventually, Trout takes the Bears to the Natural Preserve. However, Trout finally reveals his true plans to separate the Bears by sending Panda to China and Ice to Arctic while he puts disheartened Grizz in his cage with other abused grizzly bears (including the Cubs) that captures previously. Murphy criticizes Trout for his cruel methods toward the bears, but instead he dismisses him from the case. In the meantime, Trout begins to torment Grizz in his cage and reveals his true plans about predatory human dominance before cruelly leave to proceed with his plans, making Grizz sob in failure.
After Grizz (regaining his confidence from his young self and the other grizzly bears) breaks out of his cell before freeing the other grizzly bears to rescue his brothers. As Panda and Ice bears cages are preparing to lift away by the helicopter, Trout and his reinforcements hears a large rumbling sound where Grizz and the other bears breakthrough the fence to ambush and, which also causes several of the scared natural preserve soldiers to run away from their fury. Enraged, Trout sticks out his taser, rants about his immense hatred of bears as he advances and threatens them with it while both Panda and Ice bears cells are being lifted off in mid-air away. Fortunately, Grizz throws the axe to Ice Bear, who liberates himself and helps Panda as they both land to the preserve safely to confront Trout in rage for his actions against them, much to Trout's shock. Surrounded with angry bears, Trout frantically tried to attack them with a taser and ran away from them, only to end up running right into the empty cell that the Bears locked him up angrily. Trout protests about nature, but Grizz refutes that he should adapt from nature as well. Suddenly, the wildfire begins to spread everywhere that traps the bears on sight before Murphy arrives with the helicopter to rescue the bears from the wildfire.
Upon the failures of his attempts, Trout escape from his cell and climb on bears stack where he begins to mock them about trying to escape and plans to leave the bear in the wildfire to their death (possibly out of spite for ruining his plans) as he continues to mocking the bears because they only stack and can't stop him from his escape. Before he can do so, Murphy ambushes Trout by shoving a donut into his mount and then bound him to the rail with a final insult to shut him up as payback for all of his abuse earlier throughout the attempt of capturing the bears, much to his dismay. Following his defeat, Trout was finally arrested and sent to prison by Murphy and the rest of his police officers for endangering the bear species and some other crime charges.
It is somewhat implied that Trout was sentenced lengthy for possibly the rest of his life and even with his position getting permanently removed for his crimes. It would also means that Trout is going to suffer the worst atrocities in prison, therefore receiving his ironic and karmic fate exactly like he did to all bears with torment and abuse for his own pleasure and sports, also ending his delusional plans once and for all.
He is a tall, slender middle-aged man with grey hair, he wears glasses and black gloves and he also wears a black suit with a blue tie and a light brown trench coat with a badge on it.
Trout's a highly corrupt and selfish hypocrite; when he first showed up he made everyone turn on the Bears even more by selfishly convincing everyone that the Bears are monsters and that they stack and he had them arrested but rescued by Charlie. Despite being a human supremacist, Trout is very abusive, cold and controlling towards other humans who act dumb or side with animals (especially Officer Murphy and Chloe Park), as this shows what a downright hypocrite he is.
Later, as he brought officer Murphy to recapture them, Murphy saw Trout's true intentions to cruelly capture the bears and separate them from each other for his own selfish needs to keep the bears in the right species line. As the film progresses, Trout shows more of his true colors of being nothing but a extremely cruel, racist psychopath who is obsessed with "maintaining order" and enjoys using his authority in torturing and imprisoning animals (especially bears) for sport and pleasure.
Trout is also extremely xenophobic, heartless, murderous and completely narcissistic sadist as he hates anything that isn't human and would resort to commit murder as he tried to kill all the bears in the reserve for trying to escape and also spitefully willing to leave all the Bears to die in fire when the Bears stacks up to escape onto the helicopter.
But all in all, Trout's personality is proven of leading to his downfall where he was ambushed by a disgusted Officer Murphy who finally turning against Trout by shoving a donut to his mouth then resulted in the arrest for animal abuse.
Powers and Abilities
- Enhanced Senses - Trout has extremely accurate senses, allowing them to see, hear, smell, taste, and feel better than an average member of their species.
- Peak Human Condition - Trout's bodily functions are pushed to the pinnacle of human conditioning; therefore, the user's strength, speed, stamina, senses, agility, reflexes, accuracy, longevity, durability, intelligence, healing time, flexibility and combat skills are near-enhanced/superhuman.
- Though he is the main antagonist of the television film, Agent Trout is shown to be the most evil villain in the series due to not only he had captured all of the bears without any shed of remorse, but also crossed it by leaving the Bears to die in fire at the forest.
- Trout is the common name for a number of freshwater fish and are the main food source for brown bears.
- This also comprehends with Agent Trout's main conflict with the Bears and his willingness to commit murder to get rid of them.
- In a promotional photo, he was shown to be younger and having brown hair and a purple tie, this possibly was him when he was younger or his early design/concept art.
- Trout has shared some similarities to Dr. Zander Rice from Logan.
- Even if he let the bears die, he would be arrested for almost wiping out the the bears. So no matter what, he would still be punished.
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