The Ending Of They Cloned Tyrone Explained

Tyrone, Yo-Yo, and Slick Charles are chased out of the strip club by an angry mob of mind-controlled patrons. They make it to their car, when the crowd abruptly stops and just stands there. The trio gets out of the car to see another car pull up. Out steps a more clean-cut, well-dressed Tyrone clone named Chester, accompanied by a man named Nixon (Kiefer Sutherland).

Nixon describes himself as “mall security” — he is not the man in charge, but he holds some authority. Ready to end this, Tyrone pulls a gun on Nixon. Nixon says, “Olympia Black,” giving him the power to manipulate both Tyrone and Sick Charles. “Olympia Black,” as it turns out, is the code phrase used to control all clones.

Who is Olympia Black, and what does she have to do with any of this? There is a real-life Olympia Black, a Science Fiction author who writes stories about humanity’s relationship with aliens and artificial intelligence. By definition, the clones are neither aliens nor AI, but they’re not far from it. One can imagine that somewhere along the way, one of the people in charge of these operations read a few of Black’s short stories and saw the work that was being done as mere observations of the human condition.

In reality, the name was chosen because “It just rolled off the tongue,” Juel Taylor told USA Today. “There’s a lot of like Easter eggs buried in the movie, and ironically, this is not one of them.”

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