Sarah and John hit the road without Cameron and Derek to stay with Charley Dixon, where she reveals to Charey that her cancer may have emerged. Meanwhile, a computer worm infects John Henry.



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Young John (as John De Vito)
Savannah Weaver (as Mackenzie Smith)
Dr. Martinez
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Delivery Man #2
Male Nurse


Now on the run, Sarah stashes John in a safe house with the only person she believes she can rely on: Charley Dixon. While Sarah frequently flashes back to training a young John in the jungles of South America, she soon learns that she has been implanted with a tracking device. Meanwhile, Cameron and Derek struggle to work together after she reveals a big secret about Jesse and of her mission, and they soon are targeted by unseen assassins working for a mysterious third party. Elsewhere at Zeira Corp, Catherine Weaver's effort for Project Babylon is at risk when Cromartie/John Henry is compromised by an unseen hacker and Ellison tries to get to the bottom of who or what is trying to sabotage the project which evidence points to another T-888 Terminator out there. Written by matt-282

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27 March 2009 (USA)  »

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Gina Gallego, who plays Dr. Martinez, played a character with the exact same name in Step by Step: Macho Man (1997) 12 years earlier. See more »


John Henry is playing with a bunch of LEGO Bionicle toys in one scene, and even describes some of the toy-line's story. However, he gets many facts wrong, as he seems to have confused Bionicle's 2006 and 2008 story-lines and also the motivation of the characters. Considering that John is a robot with Internet access, and that he got some other details right, there is no reason he should have been wrong on all these other supposed facts. See more »


[first lines]
Sarah Connor: When John was a child, the legends of the jungle were his fairytales. His favorite was the story of El Viejo del Monte - the old man of the forest, a merciless hunter who killed every animal in his path. El Viejo didn't eat his prey. He left it behind to rot in the soil. To teach him a lesson, the gods turned him into a simisco, half-animal, half-man. He was condemned to defend the jungle for all eternity. This was El Viejo's punishment, this was his curse: to forever be vigilant, ...
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Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (Opening Title)
Written by Bear McCreary
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I liked Charlie...
6 April 2009 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

"To the lighthouse" was a very engaging episode which continued the spree of success. Terminator has finally picked up after a number of slow episodes ( with the engaging plot with Jess and Riley ), and this episode definitely didn't disappoint. I thought bringing back one of the past characters, and one of my favorites, Charlie was fantastic...i just found it disappointing when seeing the climax, that i realized this episode was all to do with killing him off...very unnecessary?. Apart from that, this episode picks up its action packed theme, where we see all characters experience near death situations. We get a good taste of Cromartie having a spaz and the plot behind him starts too fold out making the episode even more intense, and, I suppose Charlie gets a good episode ending his character. This is clearly one of the best episodes (apart from getting rid of poor old Charlie, they so didn't need to do that).

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