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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by DianaMo, Apr 18, 2011.
This timey wimey thing is weirding me out.
Dang. So Thursday it's all over huh? Well, at least it's a weekday. If it was a Sunday I wouldn't be able to go to the bank and withdraw all my money!
This is what happens when you mess with April 15th...
Well crap, this is going to be a horrible birthday.
I am thankful for the additional years since August 4, 1997, when Skynet would have originally gone online.
So some things are fixed events? The Doctor was right?
Do I have time for a nice lunch?
Oddly enough, it looks like the Sarah Jane Adventures is more affected by this date.
I knew it!! Watson == Skynet!!
Only a few hours left (assuming it's PDT). Sigh.
And Killing in The Name just rolled into my random track list. Time to crank Rage Against the Machine!!
It was August 29th.
In the first movie, the Terminator came from 2019. So I was not going to be worried for a few more years. Do the years we had him as governor in California count?
A lot happened before they sent the Terminator back. You know, the whole war and whatnot.
Skynet, Watson, Mr. Smith....they're all the same entity.
K-9 is okay though. I'm not sure about Data or the Borg though.
I'd have thought that he'd be in mourning.
It looks like Syfy went and closed down Skynet because they went and kicked the SCC reruns to the curb. Maybe the whole scifi part of the show was too much for them.
Noooo, I want to find out what happened!
What they need to do is air fewer episodes at a time.
If you are going to correct someone, be correct.
August 4, 1997 was when Skynet was originally to go online (per the original post). August 29th was Judgement Day, when Skynet became self-aware and started the war.
This is according to the Terminator Wiki: http://terminator.wikia.com/wiki/The_Terminator_(timeline)
Hoping to find airtimes for season 2...