While Derek Reese is recovering from his wounds, Cameron tries to recover the missing cyborg hand to ensure all remnants of the Terminator have been destroyed. Sarah learns that it is now in the possession of the FBI, specifically Special Agent James Ellison. She breaks into Ellison's apartment to find that he has extensive information about her, including videotaped interviews from when she was hospitalized. Derek continues to see Cameron as a threat and tells Sarah to make her leave. Agent Ellison visits Sarah's one-time psychiatrist, but faces a surprising reception. Cameron gets a lead on the location of the Turk, but not without a cost. Written by
Did You Know?
The title of the episode, "The Demon Hand", is an allusion to a short story Harlan Ellison
wrote which was, in part, the inspiration for James Cameron
in forming the story of the original Terminator movie. See more
Thermite burns at 1370 °C (2500 °F), and releases high levels of Ultra-violet light making it very dangerous for humans to view directly without substantial eye protection like a Welder's Mask. At least two human characters (Sarah Connor and John Connor), and possible three (Charley Dixon), view the reaction directly without eye protection. Due to their rather indestructible nature, it is reasonable to assume that the light would not hurt a Terminator, so Cameron Phillips viewing the reaction without eye protection is not a goof. See more
Go into my bedroom again, I'll bust your head.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (Opening Title
Written by Bear McCreary See more