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Sarah finds herself in a business transaction with a mysterious business man named Sarkissian, who claims to be in possession of the stolen Turk computer system and wants an exorbitant amount of money for it. Cromartie closes in on John at his school, and Cameron thinks of a way to throw him off John's trail. Derek recalls his childhood before the so-called Judgement Day in 2011, when a nuclear war triggered by Skynet will destroy the world. Agent Ellison finally discovers that the terminator Cromartie is impersonating an FBI agent, and makes arrangements to apprehend him. Written by Anonymous

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Like his character, Richard T. Jones is also a religious believer. He is actually a minister. See more »

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There is a typo on Sarkissian's passport. One date is recorded as March 2, 20015. See more »

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[first lines]
[caption: April 21, 2011 - Judgment Day]
[two kids are playing baseball]
Sarah Connor: [narrating] When John was little, he used to sleep with his hand under my chin. At night I'd lay awake watching him, calm, peaceful, happy. I wanted to freeze time, and let my son live in that moment forever.
[younger boy misses the ball with his bat]
Sarah Connor: [narrating] But you can't freeze time. You can't protect your children from the future that awaits them.
Kyle at 8: Batting's hard, Derek!
Derek at 15: You're doing great, Kyle, just ...
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Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (End Credits)
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Happy Birthday
8 February 2009 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Sarah is contacted by the dangerous Sarkissian, a man that claims to have the Turk and asks five hundred thousand dollars for it. Meanwhile Agent James Ellison finds that the Cromartie is posing of an FBI agent and he leads a team to arrest him. Derek gives a very special birthday gift to John.

"What He Beheld" is a great conclusion of Season one and the best episodes of this season. The story is engaging and the paradoxical encounter of John with Kyle and Derek is the greatest moment of this show. The discovery of James Ellison will certainly give a twist in the next season. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "What He Beheld"


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