Sarah is in police custody, but John and Cameron disobey her orders and help her escape. The three then go to Zeira Corp so that Sarah can confront Catherine Weaver, and Cameron can confront John Henry.


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With Sarah now in police custody, John and Cameron hide in a cheap motel. John is concerned about his mother's recent weight loss and thinks that Cameron may be a source of radiation poisoning. Sarah manages to get a message to John via Father Armando Bonilla, the priest they had met in Mexico. Meanwhile, Catherine Weaver asks Ellison to arrange for her to meet John. Despite his mother's advice to leave the city and forget about her, John decides to try and set her free and Cameron agrees to stage a one-person assault at the prison where Sarah is being held. Afterwards, Sarah and John finally meet Weaver face-to-face who, it turns out, has a considerably different agenda than they might have expected. For John however, his future may be changed forever. Written by garykmcd

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Toughing it out
6 September 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Well after getting through the middle of season 2, I trudged on through to the end.

No monumental shockers here. A reasonable end and suitable cliff hanger for the series. It was nice to see a return of a couple of the shows earlier characters.

The Turk's AI was good (Andy Goode) all along. And the evil could well be a competing AI (Henry's brother or Henry's kid) that might well be the basis of Skynet. Could this evil AI have come back in time?

If the robots truly didn't think that much of the human race I'm sure they could easily wipe them out, just poison the oceans or leave enough fall-out to finish them off. Wouldn't take much would it? Makes more sense for them to be fighting amongst themselves. Some rabid wild strain of Norton unleashed online. Rampant programs fighting for resources.

I quite like the hint in the series that time-lines can change. Potential there to keep the show going forever.

There's one burning question: What did John feel when he stuck his hand in Cameron? Did he send himself a message? Or was it just a reminder that she was made of metal and cold hearted?

Oh well another chunk of my life lost to the mindless vacuum that is TV. Do yourself a favour and pick up a couple of good books instead, or spend an evening around a campfire talking about the paradoxes of time travel.

Most of the ideas in this series have been done to death. Time travel, good and evil toasters, snakes on a plane, Pinocchio etc. I think I enjoyed Caprica more. I was sad to see that get the boot.

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