When their house is broken into and all their money and fake ID's stolen, Sarah, Cameron, and Derek go in search of them before they land in the wrong hands. Derek continues to sneak away to spend time with his lost love Jesse. Meanwhile, John continues to becomes more alienated and disillusioned with the current situation which stems from his killing of Sarkisian, and continues to seek company with Riley. Also, Ellison finds himself arrested for a murder charge in which a look-alike Terminator attempts to duplicate him, and Catherine flexes more of her power to clear him. Elsewhere, the Terminator Cromartie is back on the trail to find John when a discarded photo of Cameron surfaces which leads him to the young runaway, Jody, who briefly knew Cameron during her memory-lapse episode. Written by
Did You Know?
The Bible story supposed by the shows' writers to have been set in Nablus took place in Shechem (Genesis Ch 34). Nablus is a modern city on the site of Napolis, a Roman output built near the ruins of biblical Shechem. While today's geography tends to mix the two terms Shechem and Nablus, the name Nablus does not appear in the Bible. To show a supposedly orthodox Jew (albeit one who deals in stolen property and other crimes) using the term Nablus is farcical. Cameron or anyone else quoting Scripture and using the term Nablus makes no sense. See more
She's a security risk.
Really? She's never tried to kill me... You know that this has nothing to do with Riley, or with the rules, or the security of this house. You are pissed off, because I found someone I actually like spending time with, and it's not *you*.
You think I don't want you to have a normal life?
No. I don't.
[grabbing John by his arm
Hey! We didn't choose this, John, it chose us. And there's nothing either of us can do about it. My job is to protect you. And you can ...
References The Silence of the Lambs