Having left town out of fear for their safety, Charley Dixon's wife is kidnapped by Cromartie when they stop for gas. He contacts Sarah and she and Derek set off to help him. Her kidnapping has a very specific purpose however. On a leave of absence, Agent Ellison receives a call from Catherine Weaver who has a job offer for him at ZieraCorp. Elsewhere, John wants to spend some time alone with Riley and gives Cameron the slip when they are out shopping. But Cromartie is soon onto him however. Written by
Did You Know?
The gas station Charlie stops at is within a few miles of the gas station from the The Terminator
(1984) where Sarah fills up and has her picture taken. It is even closer to the gas station in Terminator 2: Judgment Day
(1991) where Sarah, John and the T101 hide for the night and remove bullets from the T101. It is even closer the gas station in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
(2003) where John and the T101 fill up and open the rear of Kate's truck to check on Kate. All of these gas stations are real gas stations except for the one Charlie stopped at; that one is a studio lot in the area. See more
When Sarah and the others go to rescue Michelle Dixon, Derek Reese enters the building carrying an M79 grenade launcher and sweeps the room as if he were using a shotgun or sub-machine gun.
While this weapon looks powerful it's main use is at longer range. The M576 run developed for close range use is less effective than a standard 12 gauge shotgun round and the grenade rounds have a minimum arming distance of 30 meters making them useless at short range. There is no reason an experienced soldier like Derek Reese would use an M79 for short range. See more
Your mother told me to keep an eye on you.
Yeah well, that doesn't mean you have to go everywhere I do.
Yes it does.
Just because my mother said it doesn't make it so. I'm not a child anymore; I can go to the store or see a friend or do whatever the hell else people like me do.
There are no other people like you.
Spoofs The Beastmaster
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (Opening Title)
Written by Bear McCreary See more