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  • That's good and bad in my opinion, but that's a whole other story altogether

    • by Stephen Filippelli
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      Well, to my discovery, it seems that this TV show follows an alternate timeline after “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” and has nothing to do with “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” (even though “Terminator: Salvation” does). That’s good and bad in my opinion, but that’s a whole other story altogether. Anyway, following the previous episode, our three protagonists have already arrived in 2007 via time travel and successfully managed to get rid of Cromartie (the evil terminator who was pursuing them).

      It’s three days after their arrival, Cameron tries to get some new IDs


      for all of them from a group of resistance soldiers who were also sent back in time. However, three of them are found dead and the other one is missing. Plus, they encounter a second evil terminator sent back. So, Sarah gets new identifications through her old pal, Enrique (from “Terminator 2″). While this is going on, John is cooped up inside of the house (he must stay there for safety precautions) and decides to sneak out anyway to get some fresh air and check out the new world of 2007. John boy ...

      • here almost gets himself into hot water quite a few times, one being a clever moment when he reads about him and his mother on the internet at a shopping mall.

        Also noteworthy is that Sarah finds out from Cameron that she died from cancer in 2005 (in “Terminator 3″, she had died form leukemia in 1997). This episode isn’t as entertaining as the previous one, but does keep you on the edge of your seat a bit. The last episode had them on the run, this one has them keeping a low

        profile, so I guess it’s only a matter of time before things pick up with them getting caught. Hints of that already started in this episode with Agent Ellison back on the trail again, picking up clues as he goes along. Then there’s the evil Cromartie terminator who slowly begins to reassemble himself throughout the episode (surprise, surprise, he’s not “terminated” after all!). As a matter of fact, Cromartie actually comes off as a bit creepy here as opposed to last time (be on the look up for an eerie shot of him in the closing).




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