These are the episode title meanings and references for REBELReloaded's fanfiction series, The Savages. Most of the episode titles are references to literature, history, psychology, or the storylines itself. Most, also, are directly stated in the series.

Season 1Edit

The MafiaEdit

  • The Mafia is a symbolic expression of the close relationship and demeanor of The Savages. They are mostly described as a mafia because of their different objectives in the group. 
  • Trae makes a reference in the first scene, "This is my crew, this is my mafia, the Savages," as an introduction to his group.

The Devil's ProtégéEdit

  • The episode title is directly a part of Trae's writing. He writes a chapter about the bad influence of others, and the possible consequences.
  • The title, clearly, relates to Trae's guidance of ZacharyJoe's newfound bond with Nate, and Lily's relationship with Sydney.

The Boomerang EffectEdit

  • The Boomerang Effect is a reference to the psychological term: the unintended consequences of an attempt to persuade resulting in the adoption of an opposing position instead.
  • The definition of the "boomerang effect" relates to certain storylines in the episode.
    • Zachary and Trae's plot to seek vengeance on Brian and Vik; the result is a video scandal exposure at the assembly that was not under their control)
    • Joe's plan to manipulate Sydney, although it fails once Sydney notices his intentions.
  • The Boomerang Effect is also the title of Trae's second chapter to his writing.

The Feminist ManifestoEdit

  • The Feminist Manifesto is wordplay, influenced by The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx. Replacing the "Communist" term with "Feminist" emphasizes the support of the feministic beliefs.
  • The episode title is directly stated in Gina's monologue about feminism. 

The Wild RideEdit

  • The Wild Ride's title is based off of the storyline itself, and it is the first episode to primarily do so. The Wild Ride, however, is influenced by cult classic films, specifically The Fast and The Furious.

The School For ScandalEdit

  • The School For Scandal's episode title was influenced by a play in 1777 of the same name. The play, however, does not connect with the episode.
  • Carl makes this reference in the episode after Brian and Vik's video is exposed on YouTube to viral attention.

The Psychological WarfareEdit

  • The Psychological Warfare is a term used to promote political propaganda used to intimidate the opposing side. 
  • For this episode, The Psychological Warfare is represented in various ways: Trae's mental and emotional instability, Zachary's anxiety, and The Savages' strong use of propaganda and violence against the school.

The Beast UnleashedEdit

  • The Beast Unleashed is the symbolization of police brutality and bias, as well as the "beast" of the video scandal (who is responsible for the video's exposure)

Season 2Edit

The AlibiEdit

  • The Alibi is solely based on a storyline revolving around Trae and Kalleb's motives around the infamous video scandal of Brian and Vik.
  • "Alibi" is mostly mentioned in the flashbacks. 

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