Unclear on a few things: 1. Why did that Latina go to the Connor home, how did she know where it was, how did she know where the bad guys were? 2. Why did Cameron say to her "do I have to kill you too?" 3. Why did Cameron hand her a gun?
1. I imagine whats his face had the location to make the faked documents in her name for house ownership and all that. Maybe she looked through them or more likely she overheard whats his face giving the other guy her address.
2. To threaten her into not giving their location to anyone else.
3. In case the Turk guy came back looking for more info.
FOX may still be mum about whether it’ll renew Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles for a second season, but it’s starting to look like that the signals are being sent out that Yes, a second season is not only possible, but probably very likely. The latest news comes from TV Guide’s Michael Ausiello, who has received word from anonymous sources within the network that the show’s producers have begun hiring directors to helm the show’s second season episodes.
I’m hearing that Fox’s in-limbo Sarah Connor Chronicles has quietly begun staffing up for the fall. According to insiders, Fox has given producers the green light to start booking directors for next season’s first three episodes. While this is no guarantee that SCC is returning , it’s obviously a very good sign.
Seriously, what’s the deal with FOX? Everyone knows they’re going to renew the show, they should just come out and announce it already. It’s getting ridiculous, this waiting game.
Season 2 started with quite a bang! First Cameron goes evil for part of the episode, Cameron and John both admit they love each other (though in the case of Cameron I think it was a bit of her playing with his emotions), John finally looses the Peter Petrelli haircut, and we get a new cast member.
I have to admit that my early secret guesses were right that Shirley Manson's character was a Terminator, just not a T-1000. I pretty much figured she was a terminator as soon as I heard the description of her character because what's better than a T-1000 to protect your mother?
Overall this episode sorta fell flat though. I don't know why but it just didn't feel like it had the same quality as the last season but perhaps it's just me.
I'll give this episode a tentative 7/10 because even though it's weak the series definetly shows some promise with Shirley Manson's character.
Oh the irony! John Connor, the leader of the resistance against the machines is emotionally attached/in love with a machine. A terminator that doubles as a urinal. And other wonders. I enjoyed it., but I understand why you say, "Overall this episode sorta fell flat though. I don't know why but it just didn't feel like it had the same quality as the last season but perhaps it's just me." I think I would give it an 8/10. Summer Glau is still the star.
Nah, maybe it was that it didn't have that extra something special. I think later episodes will change this especially when the T-1000 bumps off a character or two. The sad thing is most of the characters are essential to this series and any one character will leave a void that may not be filled afterwards.
The second episode of the season was eh, but the third episode was back to the early quality of the series. I'm still loving Riley, and actually want to see more interaction between her and the other characters
How did Cameron get the information on John's whereabouts from Riley? She asked politely and Riley told her. She lifted Riley up by the waist several feet in the air and Riley told her. She lifted Riley up by the neck several feet in the air and Riley told her. She squeezed Riley's arm. Hard. She killed Riley.
Finally found #2, which means I can proceed with the rest of the series - I hope!
John: "Well? Is she a threat?" Cameron: "I don't know. Girls are complicated."
SO true ;D
I'm liking Riley so far. Cool character
Mousetrap was rather excellent. Webs within webs. Cromartie is a great villain.
Interesting to see what poor Agent Ellison is getting himself into without ever realising it, too...
Alison... kinda scary the lengths the Terminators go to for their infiltration units, but makes so much sense. It also rather explains future-John's fondness for Cameron in some ways while being rather odd in others...
Goodbye to all that - pretty good, but not a real favourite. Not sure why. I guess it was a bit quiet on character development and explosions.
I'm also wondering where Riley has gotten to. She seemed like she was designed to be a pretty major character when she debuted.
Still, hopefully that thread will be picked up again later in the season.