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Strange Things Happen at the One Two Point 

Sarah's quest to find the meaning behind the "three dots" leads to a technology firm seeking an advanced microchip. Dr. Sherman is killed while working with Catherine Weaver's A.I. computer, and Jesse comes clean about her mission.



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Xander Akagi
Jesse Flores (as Stephanie Jacobsen)


Sarah and Cameron investigate a Japanese computer company, named Dakara, which may have a connection to the construction of Skynet. Meanwhile, Derek learns that Jesse is a spy sent back to investigate John, and that Riley is Jesse's partner in trying to come between John and his mother to keep them apart. Elsewhere, Ellison begins to realize that Catherine's supercomputer, code-named Babylon, is growing stronger and may be the threat that he is facing all along. Written by matt-282

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24 November 2008 (USA)  »

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Sarah uses the last name Gale, which is yet another reference to L. Frank Baum's book "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz", this time her choice of last name coming from the book's main character Dorothy Gale. See more »


When Riley comes home and the young red head child tells her she missed dinner again and it is in the fridge Riley goes to the fridge to get her dinner but the fridge door is already open about three inches or so. See more »


James Ellison: [about John Henry, the AI] It has no feeling for what it did. It has no opinion. That's what it's telling you. Sure, you taught it procedures, you taught it rules; but it's got no ethics, no morals. Whether it had any feeling about Dr. Sherman shouldn't matter. If you had taught it to value Sherman's life. Someone killed the man. And it wasn't John Henry. Excuse me.
[about to leave]
Catherine Weaver: What would you teach it? What would you teach it if you could?
James Ellison: You want to teach it commands? Start with the first ...
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T:SCC - Terminator:The Sarah Connor Chronicles
28 January 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The best series that I have ever watched. It is a story that gives great food for thought and still has plenty of scope for more episodes. It is unlike other series which always seem to be very 'samey' and follow the usual theme. Many fans have written great fanfiction stories on this subject: www.fanfic.net and I love reading them. There has been no end of youtube videos too - they are fantastic and have been made by extremely talented people. Our fans, who call ourselves the resistance, desperately want this series brought back and will never give up doing everything we can to see this happen - write letters, set up billboards, emails. Many things.

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