Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - Episode 1.6: Dungeons & Dragons
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  • I actually didn't think that the show's producers would even ponder spending such significant time in the future war in this TV show, I mean considering that Terminator

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      With Derek Reese wounded from the prison break, John brings in Sarah’s ex-finance from Episode 1, Charley, who is a Paramedic to patch him up. While Sarah’s busy trying to explain everything Charley, Derek Reese has flashbacks on and off about his life from the future war that he’s from and his battles with the machines.

      A superb episode. They finally threw in some future


      war sequences, very nice, I didn’t really expect them to do that. Also a plus is the appearance of Kyle Reese (no, it’s no Michael Beihn playing him, but still…). The flashbacks apparently take place around the time which Kyle is sent back through time to protect Sarah in the first film.

      Derek has no idea what happened to him and doesn’t know about the time travel machine yet. He and a group of other soldiers, including good old Andy but in a much more resentful form, are taken captive by the machines but manage to escape and travel back to 2007, leading to the events of Episode 2.

      This is a very great and action-packed episode with plenty of future war scenes in it, they really pushed the ...


      • Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - Episode 1.6: Dungeons & Dragons
      bar this time, especially so early in the show. Nice job, Fox. I actually didn’t think that the show’s producers would even ponder spending such significant time in the future war in this TV show, I mean considering that “Terminator: Salvation”, the next and forth upcoming film, practically takes place there. I would have thought they would have saved all of their future war-related
      material for that one particular movie. But hey, this is cool regardless.

      On a side note, if you thought Cameron keeping a bar of that metal from Episode 4 was disturbing, even crazier is the fact that she kept the brain chip from the terminator she killed during Derek’s prison break. Hmm, I wonder what she is planning to do with all of this.




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