Sarah visits Myles Dyson's widow, and Sarah ends up meeting Andy Goode along the way who ends up being an inventor of a chess playing computer named "The Turk." Meanwhile, John and Cameron try their best to fit in on their first day at the new high school, with John trying to catch up on the eight years of history lost and Cameron trying to mimic the human emotions of her fellow students. Elsewhere, Agent Ellison tries to piece together the mysterious mass killing of four unidentified men, while Cromartie the Terminator tracks down a scientist to assist him in his regeneration. Written by
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Actor Phil Morris
contributed an uncredited portrayal of the character Miles Dyson in a photograph in the pilot episode. A scene with the character was written and possibly even shot for this episode, but eventually left out for unknown reasons. Due to contractual reasons, Phil Morris still receives main guest credit, without appearing in the episode. See more
The 'blood' covering the floor and walls of the scientists home is still red, though when blood de-oxygenates (through natural metabolism) it turns dark red then brown until it dries, shrinking and taking on a crackly appearance. Only blood fresh from the body is bright red. See more
Well, eight years of my life. Not just the software. I customized the hardware, too. One month I worked so much on a, uh, motherboard that I lost my sight for three days. No, that really happened. Those circuits are so small a lot of the gear is actually pulled from gaming platforms. Did you know that the uh military uses them? Yeah, I've got the guts of three Xboxes and four PlayStations daisy-chained. Plus some seriously modded-out code that I *swear* came to me in a dream.
And all this to ...
References Short Circuit
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (End Credits)
Written by Bear McCreary See more