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Goodbye to All That 

John and Derek sign on for military school to protect a key future Resistance hero from termination. Back at home, Sarah and Cameron protect a young boy who shares the same name as the intended target.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kyle Reese
Marty Bedell (as Billy Unger)
General Hobbs
Martin Bedell
Johnny D'Agostino ...


John and Derek go undercover at a military academy to eye and protect a certain Martin Bedell, a cadet who will be John's chief soldier during the future war, from another Triple-8 Terminator who arrives from the past to assassinate Bedell. Derek flashes back to his days in the resistance and quarreling with his brother, Kyle, as well as Bedell, over their military tactics to fight. Meanwhile, Sarah and Cameron try to protect another Martin Bedell, a young boy, whom the Terminator briefly mistakenly targets. Elsewhere, Ellison learns a little more about the sinister Catherine Weaver as she beings grooming him for the job at her corporation. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

6 October 2008 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Patrick Kilpatrick, who plays the Triple-Eight Terminator, previously played a killer android with a Terminator-like endoskeleton reveal in Class of 1999 (1990). See more »


When John is talking to a fellow Military School cadet on the firing range, just before Martin Bedell shows up, John's yellow goggles are on his head, then on his nose, and then on his head again. See more »


[first lines]
Triple-Eight Terminator: Martin Bedell?
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »


Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (Opening Title)
Written by Bear McCreary
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21 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

Derek plants claymores in the woods around the school where the students go running? Really? Yeah, great idea. Also, how the frak is he walking around with that .50 caliber Sniper rifle? That is a highly specialized, extremely dangerous weapon (officially banned from use against humans because it does so much damage) and one that you absolutely do not carry around patrolling a military school crosscountry course - and they just hand it to the new guy (who gets the job without formal experience) and have him walking around with it? Also, lucky no students went running.

Oh, and the whole kidnapping a little boy thing works well with the "keep a low profile" strategy. Plus, the little guy was pretty cool about a cyborg trying to kill him and being abducted.

I appreciate the show for its tone, but this was just too much.

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