Meanwhile, Luke starts his vision quest. He plays with sticks for while. He watches an eagle fly above. He eats some of the stuff Kulakinah gave him. He grimaces after he eats the stuff Kulakinah gives him. The film stock changes to look dreamier. Luke finds his watch, now broken. The colour takes on a tepid tone. Harmon shows up. Luke misses him. Harmon tells him that it's time for him to become the man he's going to be. Blah revenge blah. Luke's father shows up. The earth spins. The father wants to know why he's throwing everything away. Blah Harvard blah. Luke reaches for the sky. He plays with the stars, just like he told Harmon he would. The father disappears. Luke curls up into the fetal position. More time-lapsed photography changes from night to day and back again. Alope rides in on a white horse. The earth spins. Some horrible music plays to accompany this absolute dreck. The horse gallops. Alope rides. Luke screams, "All right, spirit guide! Do your worst!" The clouds rush by. And when Luke comes to, the white horse is there -- thunder rolls, but the white horse stays, and he says, "Hi!" He pets the horse: "Yo." Pause. "Silver." Well, not as seamless as the busker singing the Spider-Man theme song in the film, but not bad.
The teaching continues. Tonto and Luke are sparring. Or, should I say, Tonto is seriously kicking Luke's butt -- man, he's got a lot to learn. Nathaniel Arcand is pretty spry. He threw Chad right over him, and then jumped right back on to his feet. Man, no matter how I describe it, it's not going to sound anything less than silly. Kulakinah smiles. They start again. Again, Tonto tosses Luke to the ground. Luke has another hissyfit. Kulakinah says, "You cannot let your passion get away from you. You must remain calm, focused." Luke kicks a stump in anger. And then he screams, "But I am not calm and focused. All right. I want to kill the son-of-a-bitch." Tonto sits quietly on the log beside Kulakinah. "But passion is like a horse, it doesn't diminish because you harness it -- it just takes you where you want to go!" ["'Wax on, wax off.'" -- Sars] The camera focuses in on Silver's freaky-looking eye. Heh. The pair jogs. Then they're practicing archery. Luke sucks at archery. So he grabs a gun and shoots the feather off the arrows. Then he smirks. They jog some more. Tonto sucks at shooting, but he kicks ass at knife-throwing. They jump over logs. They practice more shooting. Then they rock-climb. Tonto yells, "What do you call that?" Luke grunts and holds his stomach where he got shot. Tonto screams, "That's not climbing! That's waiting." He encourages Luke to keep going by taunting him with a bath.