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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Amnesia, Nov 10, 2008.
Well, sarah smashing his CPU to itty bitty bits on a rock for one.
I guess they could make another Cromartie look alike and send him back to this timeline. Which is probably what will happen. Lame.
IMO, they should introduce a new actor as the Terminator that is tracking John.
I assume that Reese and Cameron were able to figure out where John was at by doing a reverse directory search for the number that showed up on Reese's phone. I can assume that Cromartie did the same when he impersonated Sarah on the phone.
Somehow, I think he comes back.
Wouldn't surprise me one tiny little bit.
I was so waiting for Cameron to say You know John, I am fully functional When she crawled into bed with him.
I was shielding my eyes hoping nothing would happen, but peeking..
John has a lot more self control than I would in his situation!
See, I thought at the end that maybe "Ellison" would be another terminator that looks like Ellison, or maybe would have been Shirley Manson. Who knows.
Why else would Summernator drop the coat like she did......it's like her programming was telling her to be more sexy, without knowing what that really means.
But either way....Awesome!
BTW, I would love to see more of Summer's Ballet training come into play. That was an awesome ep/scene last season......
The sequels won't stop till the grosses go down.
Holy cr*p! Didn't Jayne/Firefly have an expression for this?
(I'm finally watching the episode now on hulu)
I keep hoping the writers kill her off soon. There's absolutely no on-screen chemistry between the two characters.
On the other hand, there were tons of chemistry in the bedroom scene between John and Cameron.
I disagree. I like the friendship between John and Riley.
And I found that scene between John and Cameron kinda creepy.
Funny, but I feel the exact opposite.
Riley adds a lot of John's life. We complain he often acts "stupid." But I think he acts perfectly for what he is. A 17YO boy who has the added weight of knowing that he is responsible for saving humankind. How would you like that on your shoulders? I am not surprised at all to see him act out.
I actually don't see much chemistry between Cameron and John. But that is expected as Cameron shows no emotion.
I don't think John has much chemistry with anybody. I don't know if it's the actor or the role, but he always seems shut down, and either way it works for the show. With Cameron, it's just kind of creepy (the robot and the shut-down human), and with Riley, it's a vivacious, outgoing girl who seems to be drawing him out of his shell and into a semblance of normal life (which, of course, can never happen).
So either it's a well-written show with good acting, or it's a well-written show that takes advantages of the strengths and weaknesses of the cast.
"I'll be in my bunk."
But John was already in his bunk...
If computer AI can be sentient in the Terminator universe, why can't it have feelings? Because Data didn't have feelings on Star Trek?
No, because when he did have feelings (remember the emotion chip?), it was a huge pile of steaming poo.