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  • There's not much of Agent Ellison here unfortunately but he's bound to show up again in the next episode which is the finale for this season
  • There was one point where I thought Derek would actually destroy Cameron's chip for good
  • I for one don't want her to be terminated, I think she has good intentions and does what she is programmed to do, the T-800 from Terminator 2 never turned on John, so why should Cameron

    • by Stephen Filippelli
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      At long last, one of the greatest mysteries has been unsolved - The chip that Cameron took from the terminator she killed, Vick. Derek finds it in Cameron’s possession and brings it out into the open for her to explain - Apparently, she was saving it to see if any useful information would be on it and what do you know? There was.

      It seems that Vick and his wife (who is not a terminator) were


      continuing the Turk’s life at Los Angeles’ City Hall. The group scavenges through Vick’s memory on the chip for clues. It all boils down to using Cameron’s chip on a street light post in order to hack into City Hall’s computer where the Turk program is and crash it (because blowing it up would only lead to it being rebuilt again, apparently).

      There’s not much of Agent Ellison here unfortunately but he’s bound to show up again ...


      • in the next episode which is the finale for this season. There’s plenty of suspicion between Derek and Cameron, resulting in tension between him and John who trusts Cameron more than any other terminator. There was one point where I thought Derek would actually destroy Cameron’s chip for good. I for one don’t want her to be terminated, I think she has good intentions and does what she is programmed to do, the T-800 from “Terminator
        2″ never turned on John, so why should Cameron? Unless you’re thinking what I’m thinking - Somewhere down the line, the producers are going to pull a card from “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” and do a good robot gone bad with Cameron.

        This was a great episode regardless, I just wished that we had seen more of Agent Ellison in this one, especially after what happened between him and Dr. Silberman in “The Demon Hand”, the previous episode.




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