Video Help Series Features Tron Version Of The Kama Sutra

Cindy Morgan as Yori in Tron
(Image credit: Disney Pictures)

Tron Legacy may be reaching out to a mainstream audience, but it's undeniable that the original film, released in 1982, belongs almost exclusively to the nerds. Sadly, though, with nerdiness often comes perpetual virginity, and while the newest WonderHowTo video series won't teach you how to pick up women, it will tell you what to do with them once you're on the game grid (that means sex).

Titled SCORE, the series takes a man and a woman, dresses them up as programs from the Steven Lisberger film, and shows them in various sexual positions, a la the Kama Sutra. It's kind of creepy how dedicated to the bit and detailed the whole thing is and there are twenty videos to search through. I could have gone my whole life without seeing a woman in a TRON suit going down on a man in a TRON suit, but I guess that's how things work out sometimes.

Though we can't embed the videos here, head over to WonderHowTo to watch the series. In the meantime, check out the screencaps below.

WARNING: We aren't really sure if these are safe for work or not. On the one hand, they are just neuter Tron programs sort of lying around. On the other hand, they are engaged in suggestive poses involving entry into theoretical USB ports. What I'm getting at here is scroll down at your own risk. You've been warned.

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