Cameron learns that a terminator was accidentally sent back to 1920s Los Angeles, and she tries to find out what happened to him. Meanwhile, John has a run-in with a group of punks while taking Riley home from a party.

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James Ellison (credit only)
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Eric
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Mike Silver
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Myron Stark / T-888
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Cameron goes to the Los Angeles County library of records for information to repair her damaged brain system when she spots a T-888 Terminator in an old photograph dating back to 1920 and teams up with the paraplegic librarian to uncover the mystery to why this Terminator was sent back, what its mission was, and where he is now. Meanwhile, John sneaks out of the house also to meet with Riley to attend a house party in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood where he does not bond well with her circle of wild friends, and continues to have disturbing flashbacks to the time he killed Sarkeasian. Written by matt-282

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The fictional Pico Tower was written at the intersection of Pico Boulevard and 3rd Street, despite the two roadways running parallel in real life. See more »

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The episode begins at a speakeasy during a New Year's Eve party, later established as December 31, 1920. At the party, the song "Charleston" can be heard in the background. The song "Charleston" was released in 1923. See more »

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John Connor: Why'd you call me?
Riley Dawson: Because... I wanted you to come.
John Connor: Weird way of showing it.
Riley Dawson: Oh, the flirting-with-Mike thing? I'm a teenage girl, John. We do that kind of crap to guys we like.
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Features Gears of War (2006) See more »

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Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (End Credits)
Written by Bear McCreary
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Good episode
17 October 2010 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

TSCC is my second favorite Action TV Series behind Angel. The context with the plot is great I mean what kind of machine is supposed to run smoothly I'm no expert on machines but I've never seen a machine that's perfect 24/7. The plot is a Terminator instead of going to 2010 or something goes back to the 20's and made a fortune which to me is weird because something designed to kill kill kill and basically that making a fortune.

The Shiek is a movie that I haven't seen I only saw Son Of The Shiek but Eric kinda overrates Rudolph Valentino when he said he was the greatest Silent film star me I prefer Max Shreck from Nosferatu but that's me. The only thing I don't get is Cameron kills a Terminator that's done nothing for almost 80 years except stand there.

If you guys want to know which season I prefer from 1 and 2 my answer is definitely 2 because it's longer and not short lived (9 episodes is a little short). If I ask a question the question is "Why is FOX so viewed?" because I am a fan of only How I Met Your Mother (a HUGE change of pace from this), Firefly, Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and only one of the shows that I referenced is still making new episodes (If your unaware of the shows it's How I Met Your Mother).

The part where Cameron tells Eric he has cancer she said the words "I weighed you" I think unless Cameron has scales it would be obvious that she's nowhere near normal. To me Myron Stark is the most short-lived Terminator and to me the thing that would make it seem more real is if he was in a few more episodes because the other Terminators live beyond that. All in all a great episode.


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