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Samson & Delilah 

John finds himself battling an unlikely opponent alone; Derek and Charley search for the family after an explosion; and Ellison deals with the aftermath of Cromartie's massacre.

Director:

David Nutter

Writers:

Josh Friedman (developed for television by), Josh Friedman | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lena Headey ... Sarah Connor
Thomas Dekker ... John Connor
Summer Glau ... Cameron Phillips
Brian Austin Green ... Derek Reese
Garret Dillahunt ... Cromartie
Shirley Manson ... Catherine Weaver
Richard T. Jones ... James Ellison
James Urbaniak ... Sarkissian
Carlos Sanz ... Father Armando Bonilla
Roger Guenveur Smith ... Sac Federici
Shane Edelman ... Matt Murch
Max Perlich ... Walsh
Marcus Chait ... Justin Tuck
Dean Winters ... Charley Dixon
Sandra Purpuro ... Agent Norgaard
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Storyline

In the aftermath of the jeep explosion, Sarah and John are taken prisoner by Sarkissian and his henchman. Cameron also survives but as a result of a brain malfunction, she now believes her mission is to kill John. John manages to kill Sarkissian to prevent him from killing Sarah, only to have the two of them flee from Cameron's rampage. Sarah and John take refuge in a nearby church and must decide how to stop Cameron. Meanwhile, Catherine Weaver is a mysterious international businesswoman and CEO of ZeiraCorp who purchases the late Andy Goode's Turk computer system for $300,000 and she clearly has plans to use it for her own purposes. Elsewhere, FBI Agent Ellison is the sole survivor of the failed attempt to arrest Cromartie. He tells all to his superiors about what happened, but is put on administrative leave. Also, Derek forces Charley to team up with him to find Sarah and John before Cameron does. Written by garykmcd

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Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

8 September 2008 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

When Cameron walks by a memorabilia store window, the cover of Pumping Iron (1977) starring Arnold Schwarzenegger can be seen. See more »

Goofs

When the stolen car flips the flip mechanism is shown, also the back window frame is bent almost shut and in the next shot it is back to normal with the window blown, a prop car was used instead of the stunt car. See more »

Quotes

Cameron: Don't let him do that again. If I ever go bad again, don't let him bring me back.
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Blue Curacao
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Written and Performed by Brendan McCreary
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Excellent first season and opening episode of season 2
8 September 2008 | by jhpaulSee all my reviews

The acting of the principals is first rate. The dark humor as regards Cameron's character is well done. Lena Headley did a fine turn in 300 and is one of the best in TV for her role as Sarah Connor. The action is incredible but the discussions and dramatic tension between the characters in the interim scenes is revelatory and significant to the plot. The program is one hour long but it moves quickly and you feel the time flew by. The actor who plays the FBI agent is low key and intense. He emotes the feelings of a man coming to grips with a reality that is too hard to embrace at first but reacts in a believable way to the epiphany of the truths told by Sarah Connor.


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