With Cromartie buried in Mexico, the group return to Los Angeles. Sarah is not well and is hallucinating as well as walking in her sleep. She returns to Dr. Boyd Sherman to seek help. When John and Cameron return to Mexico to destroy what is left of Cromartie they find he is missing. Meanwhile, Derek learns that Jesse has kidnapped a man she is convinced they knew in the future. Derek doesn't recognize him, and Jesse sets out to prove he is the man who taught the Cyborgs how to question humans. Elsewhere, Ellison delivers the inactive body of the Cromartie Terminator to Catherine Weaver to ask for help in knowing how to control it.
Did You Know?
Cameron asks John why Sarah turned over the tortoise that was on its back on the road in Mexico. John says that people do that. Cameron says, "Empathy?" John says, "I guess so." Cameron says, "Some people wouldn't do that. Some might even run the tortoise over and crush it." In the next scene, Cameron throws Ellison around the room, then nearly chokes him to death while he is on the floor on his back. John says, "Let him go." She does, then turns him over onto his stomach in her attempt to imitate human empathy. See more
If I hadn't been in prison, I never would have made it through judgment day. Once they got their hands on me, it was either I teach them everything I learned inside, or say good-bye.
And what'd you learn?
I learned what makes people tick.
References Blade Runner
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (End Credits)
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