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The Sarah Connor Chronicles: Season Three

Updated on June 26, 2014

The Sarah Connor Chronicles: Season Three

an enhancement for my Season Three fan fiction.

This is what remains of a graphic novel of Season Three spread over Squidoo, Scribd, Booksie and several other sites. This was necessary because of the limitations of each site.

Here is the link to the Scribd site .

http://www.scribd.com/collections/3374141/Season-T...

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Here is the personal story behind my storytelling.

It has been a struggle just to keep this four dimensional story on Squidoo because like Flatlanders exposed to a three dimensional object, non-fans simply cannot comprehend that the text of the story is at other sites, the illustration and videos here, and still other matter elsewhere. The links between the whole story are at each site and readers arriving from the other sites to see visuals and illustrations of the episodes should not have to be frustrated by a locked door landing page. As a member in good standing of the Squidoo community doing experimental fiction and storytelling, I would think that Squidoo would understand that I am bringing traffic to Squidoo. Not terminators or robots or bots but real flesh and blood humans who sometimes buy things.

I am not really interested in the commercial side of it. The name "Sarah Connor Chronicles" will appear repeatedly in text and meta and keywords because that it what it is about. Hard to promote a dead show. The show was cancelled over five years ago and the point of Season Three is to recreate the experience of watching the show. I pursue the goal of recreating that experience single-mindedly and I really don't expect artificial intelligence whether that of Squidoo or that of Skynet to get that. But I do expect humans reading this to get that.

The rest of this introduction is directed at fans and I do not expect non-fans of the show to understand a single word I say. I am not a sports fan or a fan of the latest musician on the charts or some movies series or certain books but I get that other fandoms are comprised of people who are passionate about their interest. I simply ask non-fans of SCC to respect the fact that they love their interest and we love our interest.

To reiterate, this story is spread out over Squidoo (for the ability to load images but not really a good place for novels) and Scribd (because it has some formatting tools and some illustration but lacks chapter ordering) and Booksie (because that site keeps chapters in order but deletes bolding, underlining, italics, spacing and other formatting tools that an author like me needs to tell a complex story involving three universes and time travel within each of those three universes all compliant with canon set down by the Sarah Connor Chronicles). I made it clear to any reader at any of these three sites that the story was at two other sites. I have no control if one of those sites deletes material because it is so very long. I cannot publish a graphic novel nor a e-book via Amazon because I have no permission from the company that owns the Sarah Connor Chronicles and they have made it very clear that they do not care about fans because they want to revive the dead Terminator movie franchise rather than serve the fans who only care about the Sarah Connor Chronicles TV series.

However, any one who has made an effort to read Season Three from start to finish in episode order (chapter order if you want) will find a very coherent story despite the triple plot line. I know that is true because I used a check list and constantly tracked loose ends that the TV series left behind. I did my research. I also, in the spirit of the show, experimented and did things like introduce poetic saga. It might alarm you that in the years since I wrote Season Three, I now study robotics in school. Terminators may yet terminate FOX executives and stubborn owners of the Sarah Connor Chronicles if pollution does not kill us all first. But it is hard for me to care when Squidoo axed Guide to the Sarah Connor Chronicles for reasons I cannot fathom and no fan consoled me. So when I see this partly dismantled lens getting traffic, I have to wonder . . . why? Why is anyone visiting this lens? I rarely visit Booksie either and some chapters are missing or had the ending chopped off (no doubt because an episode was longer than their servers could store). Scribd meanwhile is accumulating traffic but I have not logged in to check for comments. Nor have I checked my Twitter account since someone, supposedly a SCC fan (yeah right), interrupted an exchange between a newly newbie fan of SCC and me (a veteran SCC fan). This interrupter criticised us for wanting the show back (I was no longer an activist but was giving advice to those who are new to SCC). Never mind my response. Suffice to say I sliced and diced like Catherine Weaver. And then apologised before going back into retirement from SCC activism.

I remain retired from SCC activism. I just can't be bothered to take down SCC lenses, hubs, leaves, Booksie fan fiction or Scribd fan fiction (there are actually a few other places) not when they generate enough change to feed the parking meter. That is not cynicism. That is fatigue.

TV networks come up with rancid recycled ideas for new TV series when a few slots should be open for old TV series that needed to make it to Season Three and beyond and that have established fan bases. New shows have no fans because they have not premiered yet. This is simple arithmetic.

Owners of franchises are in the business of recycling and yet in the case of SCC, they refuse to do anything that might make money (the TV series) instead blowing all development money on the forgettable movie franchise (I am overstating to make a point). This is simple arithmetic. I assume that they are waiting for the little girl in the cast to die of old age and then they will green light a revival. This is madness to rival Sarah Connor's shaky sanity.

They should have promoted the show.

They should have made the name of the show "The Sarah Connor Chronicles" and not saddled it with "Terminator".

They should have left it on one night (Sunday) and stop moving it around like The Jeffersons (the only show in TV history to survive numerous schedule changes).

They should have renewed it for a third season.

Fans should not have cancelled that convention. It sent the wrong signal at the wrong time. (I am sure that there were financial reasons but this really hurt the cause).

Fans should have given themselves a better name than Chroniclers. Something recognisable to both fans and to outsiders like Whovians or Browncoats or Ringers or Trekkers. On the other hand, some fandoms like the Star Wars crowd does not have a name and it has not hurt them.

Trekkers have clout because even the spouses and children of Paramount executives turned the screws on them until they brought back the Enterprise and the entire original cast (even some of the peripheral characters like Spock's father). However the other secret weapon of Star Trek is optimism. Gene Roddenberry believed that the future would be better and that humans would become more civilised. That takes nerve after you read the headlines. Despite the undue criticism, The Motion Picture and The Next Generation followed Roddenberry's philosophy. JJ Abrams phoned it in and while the Sixties fashions are welcome and the faster pace is acceptable (I watched the slow moving 2001: a space odyssey and loved it because I do not have Attention Deficit Disorder), he seems to be jettisoning the optimism in favour of Section 31. Perhaps he wants to kill off the Star Trek franchise so that he can collect a bigger paycheck over at LucasWorld serving up mental baby food to the kiddies.

SCC has the fundamental problem of swinging back and forth between the future is fixed to the future can be changed. SCC has the fundamental problem of seeming to need to kill off main characters that one has grown to love. The eight main characters on this show were like family to me. So you know I had to back off after years of fan activity went unrewarded. SCC has the fundamental problem of wanting to be heavy with gravitas. Nuclear war, biological war, AI, robots taking jobs away and then killing us, and pollution are heavy to the point of being depressing but fans appreciated that they were being treated like adults for the first time. Ever. All other shows treat you like a child with no grasp of the real world. The real world has slimy corporations that inject poison into the ground and that poison sometimes comes back up and kills cattle. The real world has artificial intelligence and although IBM's Watson is far from Skynet, the military is indeed playing around with AI, robots that violate Asimov's Laws of Robotics, amorphous metals, and synthetic life forms.

I guess to sum it up, adults want intelligent entertainment because they have had a belly full of mindless kiddie fare. I put brains into my story of Season Three. I hope that a Squidoo staff member will allow visitors to see this lens and the unbelievable hard work that went into assembling it and in writing Season Three.

Enhancement

"to make better, to augment, to improve."

not my artwork - (wish it was though)

Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles Opening Title Credits

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Season Three

Season Three

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episode 1: The Old Man

episode 2: Self-fulfilling Prophecy

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episode 2: Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

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episode 4: Puppets

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episode 5: the end of innocence

Of course, Don Henley sings about _THE_ innocence. I just write about an innocence lost.

episode 6: Perdition

episode 7: The Missing Day

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episode 8: On the Road Again

Like Willie Nelson says, I just can't wait to get back on the road again.

episode 9: Transmigration of Souls

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It is not Bear McCreary but might be worth a listen.

episode 9: Transmigration of Souls

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for those who were paying attention, the old title for this episode was . . .

. . . "Where's John?"

episode 10: I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore

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epsiode 11: Day Zero

Agent Lila Ellison.

episode 11: Day Zero

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FBI Agent Greta Simpson (Ellison's partner)

episode 12: Physician Heal Thyself

Cheri Westin.

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One of the other patients, a veteran.

episode 13: Daughter, Niece, Cousin

Did you really think that they wouldn't have a baby? A second time? They lost the first one when Jesse miscarried after she led the mutiny on the USS Jimmy Carter. Then she got herself cast out of The Resistance by trying to sow discord in John's family and killing Riley in self-defense (Riley was a kid so Jesse was over-reacting).

Anyhow, Jesse and Derek were from different futures (different universes) and didn't really give any thought to that fact when they met and things when wrong as just described. Do they get it right in this timeline.when they arrive from the same future to the same past.? Stay tuned!

episode 13: Daughter, Niece, Cousin

Victoria, Ms. Weaver's assistant.

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episode 15: The Four Horsemen

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episode 15: The Four Horsemen - storm rising

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episode 15: The Four Horsemen - Resistance scientists

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No that's not him with the binoculars. He doesn't exist, remember?

episode 15: The Four Horsemen - a glass of water

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episode 15: The Four Horsemen - Kaliba Group

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episode 15: The Four Horsemen

war toy protest

Sarah could have been at the meeting but was stuck in traffic.

episode 15: The Four Horsemen - lab notes

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episode 15: The Four Horsemen - train platform in Chicago

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episode 15: The Four Horsemen - Betty Thomas

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episode 15: The Four Horsemen - Sumner

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episode 15: The Four Horsemen - Timms

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episode 15: The Four Horsemen - Billy Wisher

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episode 16: Runes

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episode 16: Runes

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episode 17: Sans Voir - Ed Winston

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Cameron drenched with water

before being electrocuted

episode 17: Sans Voir - Cameron electrocuted by a Kaliba thug

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episode 17: Sans Voir - Cameron frees Derek

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He shows his appreciation by snapping at her. And for reasons unknown, she does not shoot his ungrateful ass.

episode 17: Sans Voir - Savannah hiding from the Kaliba hitman

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episode 17: Sans Voir - Wichita High School East

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episode 17: Sans Voir - National Defense University campus on Fort McNair grounds

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episode 17: Sans Voir - President Bush at National Defense University

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episode 17: Sans Voir - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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(note the date, 1947)

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Obviously, they are still publishing decades later.

episode 17: Sans Voir - the ones who publish the bulletin

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Stephen Schneider, member of Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, speaks at a press conference announcing the adjustment by one minute back of the "Doomsday Clock" on January 14, 2010 in New York City. The clock measures how vulnerable the world is to disaster from nuclear weapons and threats from the climate or new technologies.

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episode 17: Sans Voir - robotic surgeon

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a small asteroid strike (don't want to think about a big one)

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second hand smoke kills.

episode 18: Protectee

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episode 18: Protectee

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episode 18: Protectee - the Cameron before our Cameron

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episode 18: Protectee - Black Rock AIr Force Base

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episode 18: Protectee - primordial soup

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episode 18: Protectee - primordial soup (the first DNA leading to Life as we know it)

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Contrary to popular belief, not all Fundamentalist Christians have a problem with evolution. I've never had a problem with science in general (unlike those who flunked out of school).and, surprise! surprise! I'm a Christian. It just seems to me rather blasphemous to tell God that He can't use the very laws of nature that He created to shape things. God creates by evolution. Duh. How else would He do it? By magic? Last time I checked, magic is occult.

I just love infuriating my fellow Christians and forcing them to use the brains that God gave them. One more thing. Lots of scientists are devout Christians and can't be bothered to speak up and say that not all Christians are like the idiots who hog the headlines.

You know which ones.

episode 18: Protectee - Cro-Magnon cavemen discussing frescoes, mosaics, and other fine art

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episode 18: Protectee

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episode 18: Protectee - ERMA

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episode 18: Protectee - self-organizing systems

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episode 18: Protectee - trunk in warehouse

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episode 18: Protectee - Agent Lila Ellison

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obviously off duty

episode 18: Protectee - Agent Auldridge

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episode 18: Protectee - the diner

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No, that's not Vinnie. She's just someone else eating lunch here.

episode 18: Protectee - the tabloid

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Why the producers of this 1953 movie (the inspiration for the tabloid) thought a robot -- monster or non-monster -- would have a gorilla body and TV head (skeleton head at that) has never been satisfactorily explained.

Robot Monster. Truly – the ABSOLUTE WORST “science fiction” film ever produced. Sorry fans of Plan 9, but this one wins hands down.

episode 18: Protectee - wood prosthetic arm with hook

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episode 18: Protectee - Dr. Sherman's waiting room before the terminator

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episode 18: Protectee - the waiting room after he scares the real patients away

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episode 18: Protectee - group therapy room

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episode 19: "Art is long, life is short."

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episode 19: "Art is long, life is short." - Doppelganger

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episode 19: "Art is long, life is short."

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episode 19: "Art is long, life is short." - US Senate

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episode 19: "Art is long, life is short." - The United States House of Representatives

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episode 19: "Art is long, life is short."

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episode 19: "Art is long, life is short." - The White House press room

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episode 19: "Art is long, life is short."

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episode 19: "Art is long, life is short."

Thank God nothing bad ever happens. Often that is.

episode 19: "Art is long, life is short." - The Decade from Hell

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and why the next one will be worse.

episode 19: "Art is long, life is short." - TV news special

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I'm sorry, what were you saying?

Oh, you forgot.

episode 19: "Art is long, life is short."

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episode 19: "Art is long, life is short."

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actually not the Secretary of Defense, just his office

episode 19: "Art is long, life is short." - The Joint Chiefs of Staff

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episode 19: "Art is long, life is short." - the bane of every machine's existence: Doctor Katherine Brewster

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Once a veterinarian, always a veterinarian. She regards her unwilling patients as pets but instead of neutering or spaying them, she does far worse.

"Scrub" almost sounds like she is giving them a bath and not a brainwashing.

From the human perspective, what's the fuss? It's not me being fixed.

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episode 20: Blank - Large Hadron Collider

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Its under the town.

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The tunnels are so long that the scientists sometimes use bicycles to get around in them.

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episode 20: Blank - John in the Central American jungle but no longer an infant

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episode 20: Blank - Cyberdyne's old campus before Sarah leveled it

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Betcha she didn't think that they'd rebuild.

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Audiocassettes

This is how Sarah Connor first began to record the chronicles . . .

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but she also used diaries like this ...

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. . . and journals like this.

(she had a very bad experience with video as a recording method)

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episode 20: Blank - Sarah, John & Cameron time travel from the bank vault to the freeway a decade later

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The moral of this story? If you are a drunken fraternity boy and see a poor helpless naked girl stranded on a freeway, you might try and offer her a sweater. These boys had rape on their minds and they ended up naked and helpless on a freeway themselves with their car stolen.

And you just know the Connors' driving habits. That car will crash and burn. Explain all this to your parents when they come to bail you out and find you naked in the police drunk tank!

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episode 20: Blank - Savannah Weaver

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(when we first see her)

episode 20: Blank - Cameron's jeep explodes

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(end of Season One, old universe)

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episode 20: Blank - Kacy Corbin

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episode 20: Blank - Matt Murch, head of ZeiraCorp's Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

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episode 21: Alembic

Doctor Sherman's chair next to patient's couch

He's not just trained in Freudian psychotherapy, he knows the other schools of psychological thought and treatment. And no, I'm not going to list them. Sherman himself listed the different approaches to treating Cameron's Asperger's Syndrome in "Season Three". Guess which episode?

episode 21: Alembic

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episode 21: Alembic - Sarah again

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Bad photos can cause dogs to have red eye too. Or is this a terminator dog? No, it has seen a ghost..

(You might want to check out my short story entitled "Cat Person")

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episode 21: Alembic - future refinery

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Obviously owned by Skynet because it has force fields around it.

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episode 21: Alembic - drug addiction

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sometimes it is hard to tell drug addiction apart from diabetes treatment and uncontrolled diabetic behavior

episode 21: Alembic - electrostimulation of the brain by a brain implant

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episode 21: Alembic - hair startting to grow back

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They shave your head before they saw your head open.

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episode 21: Alembic - hyperactive boy

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Probably the result of letting the kid eat sweets and other junk food.

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Frightening isn't it? These are real people, places and things.

Double plus good is the strongly emphasized form of the adjective good in New-speak, the officially sanctioned language of Oceania from George Orwell's 1984.

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That is probably Che Guevara reflected in the eye. i'm no fan of his.

Make no assumptions about my politics.

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episode 21: Alembic - Abu Ghraib

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Chase the children out of the room or explain it to them.

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I didn't think anything could shock me but I honestly thought a few days before I loaded up the images for episode 21: Alembic that Abu Ghraib was just psychological intimidation. Well if we let the military do this, imagine what the CIA is doing in its "black prisons" in host countries.

And we wonder why non-Americans hate us? Aren't we Americans supposed to be like Superman, refusing to do wrong? Holding the moral high ground instead of exploring the sewers and gutters with DIck Cheney? Even presidential candidates have said that use of torture puts our soldiers and spies at risk by lowering standards of what is acceptable in war and espionage. I say _EVEN_ presidential candidates because good people generally don't run for office. Politics is dirty like our air, water, and food.

episode 21: Alembic

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I feel the need to take several showers but somehow I don't think I can silence my conscience that easily.

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Look how far we've come in a thousand years as a species.

We've left torture back in the Dark Ages.

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Maybe that's why the machines are taking over.

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Dick Cheney

In case you don't know, former Vice-president Dick Cheney is very pro-torture. Except, of course, if he was the victim.

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Yes the government actually experiments on children. It is not just something invented for Agent Olivia Dunham's character in Fringe.

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You would think that censors would realize that by taking the Fifth, they are making themselves look even worse.

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Joint hearing, select committee on intelligence, Project MKULTRA, the CIA's program of research in behavorial modification.

August 3, 1977. 173 pages were cropped.

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episode 21: Alembic - torture during the Vietnam War

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episode 21: Alembic - and torture today

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episode 21: Alembic - Kat Brewster

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and her lab for scrubbing machines in the background

episode 21: Alembic - Geneva conventions

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Geneva Conventions: "In all circumstances, sick or wounded enemy soldiers must be helped and tended."

episode 21: Alembic

executing helpless machine

Raised by wolves (Sarah Connor), John Connor has never heard of the Geneva Conventions. Nevertheless, when he is held as a POW in the Century City Work Camp, the machines do not execute him.

In another scene, John Connor lands his helicopter on a machine and shoots him in the head.

Granted that he is in a desperate struggle but a little perspective in a leader would be nice.

He must have body armor like Batman because another terminator punched him in the ribs -- and that should have killed him.

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The prisoners call him Fritz because he knows nothing.

episode 21: Alembic - Cameron as unwilling patient

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episode 22: Mortmain - new universe

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headache

episode 22: Mortmain - new universe

Menninger Clinic, Topeka KS

episode 22: Mortmain

new universe

fear

episode 22: Mortmain - new universe

episode 22: Mortmain - new universe

episode 22: Mortmain - new universe

episode 22: Mortmain - new universe

episode 22: Mortmain - new universe

episode 22: Mortmain

old universe

Very Old John Connor

episode 22: Mortmain - old universe

episode 22: Mortmain - old universe

episode 22: Mortmain - old universe

episode 23: Nocturne - new universe

episode 23: Nocturne - new universe

Chopin's Nocturne in C-sharp minor (1830).

episode 23: Nocturne - new universe

episode 23: Nocturne

new universe

singularity bomb

episode 23: Nocturne

new universe

anti-singularity weapon (under development by Resistance scientists)

episode 23: Nocturne - new universe

episode 23: Nocturne - new universe

episode 23: Nocturne - new universe

episode 23: Nocturne

new universe

Quaker Friends meeting

episode 23: Nocturne - new universe

episode 23: Nocturne

old universe

Derek is led to that basement in the future before he travels back to the past.

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

Chopin's Nocturne in C-sharp minor (1830)

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

flying tank hovering over house to pick up pod

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

John in desert on a cold Spring morning.

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

episode 23: Nocturne - old universe

the minefield

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman

introduction

robot students

(music students in this example)

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman

introduction

This is Wally, almost WALL-E

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman - introduction

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman

introduction

population in millions from 1750 AD to 2000 AD

(much worse now)

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman

old universe

Victoria, Ms. Weaver's assistant

episode 24: Requiem for the Sandman

old universe

Matt Murch

episode 26: One Tin Soldier

memoir

There is a fourth law.

episode 26: One Tin Soldier

old universe

[forgive the long hair on John-Henry because I did not have the capability of cutting it with Photoshop or some other software]

episode 26: One Tin Soldier

reprise new universe

"The Room"

Terminator Sarah Connor Chronicles OST: 24 - End Credits

Terminator The Sarah Connor Chronicles end credits

End Credits - Sarah Connor Chronicles

We don't display images of our loved ones' skeletons outside a doctor's office so I've never understood the bone-headed executive decision to show Cameron's skeleton and that sicko image of her with no arms, no legs, no abdomen, and no clothes. Just a head and a torso ripped in two with that stupid smile. I guarantee no woman wants to be torn to pieces so the smile makes no sense. It just appeals to sickos.

Of course with airports stripping granny and baby and you alike down to your bones with the full body scanner, humanity takes one giant step backward and into the abyss depicted in Total Recall. Shouldn't we be doing this to the terrorists and not to innocent people like you and me? You know, the ones who made the ridiculous security "necessary"?

We are not gadgets and neither is Cameron.

Terminator Sarah Connor Chronicles End Credits

Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles End Theme

Terminator : The Sarah Connor Chronicles ''End Title''

The Halcyon Company

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