Sarah turns to a UFO convention for answers about the "three dots," more details about Riley's mission are revealed, and Ellison begins working with Catherine Weaver's AI prototype, "John Henry."

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Sarah attends a UFO convention hoping to get information on the three dots. She is pointed in the direction of Abraham, a blogger who has written about them. Only problem is no one quite knows who or where he is. At home, John is re-decorating his room with Riley's help, always under the watchful eye of Cameron. Through flashbacks, we learn more about the connection between Riley and Jesse. Now that Catherine Wheeler's AI computer has taken humanoid form in what was Cromartie, she wants Ellison to teach it ethics. Written by garykmcd

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In the voice-over in the beginning Sarah says that the Spanish explorer Cabeza de Vaca arrived in the new world in 1490, which would have been before Columbus. In fact 1490 is Cabeza de Vaca's year of birth. See more »

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Sarah Connor: In 1490, the Spanish explorer Cabeza de Vaca landed on the shores of the New World, seeking power and fortune. He was immediately attacked and captured, almost all of his traveling companions murdered. Enslaved, de Vaca chose to embrace his captor's beliefs and learn their ways. He became a healer. Over time he was freed, and de Vaca attracted his own following, who believed he had the power over life and death. The desert had transformed him. He was not the first, and he would not...
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Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (Opening Title)
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easily the weakest out of the whole series
15 May 2010 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

OK um...this is the weakest episode of Terminator: TSCC the plot is Sarah goes to a UFO convention or whatever just because of the 3 dots I thought this was TSCC not Independence day. there is a twist an ugly woman that Sarah meets is actually a man in drag (which to me was hardly surprising and disturbing) Cameron and John play a very little part in all of this and there's the mystery guy with a biker helmet who we have no idea of who that person is or why he wants to kill them oh right let me guess he's a Terminator... NO he's not he's some guy working at a facility that NOBODY KNOWS WHAT THEY'RE DOING THERE well it couldn't be as embarrassing for the Terminator's as Terminator Salvation. I'm done here


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