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"Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" Today Is the Day: Part 2 (TV Episode 2009) Poster

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Terminator John Henry can be seen painting miniatures. Those are a "Cloud Giant" and a "Fomorian" from the Dungeons & Dragons miniature game (Giants of Legend series).
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Leven Rambin receives her final on-screen credit, despite the fact that her character Riley doesn't appear in any new scenes. Her only presence is in an excerpt from a previous episode, of her first encounter in the future with Jesse.
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This was originally titled "Last Voyage of the Jimmy Carter" and was intended to be a standalone episode. However, the previous one Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: Today Is the Day: Part 1 (2009) had many unresolved story threads so it was ultimately expanded into a two-parter.
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This is the only two-parter in the series.
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Jesse Flores became a disliked character for killing Riley with the intent of framing Cameron.
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Jesse orders the submarine crew to "abandon boat", not abandon ship. Sailors and Navies often display bigotry against small vessels. Ships are large and powerful, boats are small and weak. To any ship's crew, calling a ship a boat is insulting. From the 1860s to WWI naval types generally held submarines in contempt, dismissing them as novelty toy boats. After WWI subs sank a bunch of battleships they gained some respect; today submarines are still called boats, even by their own crews.
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Last appearance in the series for Stephany Jacobsen playing Jesse, Derek's love interest.
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In the narrative behind why Jesse made John think Cameron killed Riley. Jesse was bent on destroying John's trust with Cameron by using Riley to manipulate John and making John and Sarah think Cameron was responsible for Riley's murder.
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