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Bad gets worse as the death of Riley is discovered. Everyone thinks Cameron did it…or do they? (No, they totally do…I think.)
This week we ask the question: How deep can the hole around the Connors get before someone notices it? Answer: Pretty damn deep, and guess who’s still digging like there’s no tomorrow? Well, I suppose to a certain extent there IS no tomorrow but you get my drift.
The past comes back to haunt Terminator in a big way when we pick up not long after the ending of “Earthlings Welcome Here”. Sarah and Riley are both in the hospital with the men who love them watching over and the forces around them circle. In other news: John Henry plays with toys, and the product-placing Fox FX budget gets to finally give us some Terminator carnage.
Here’s your final (for now) historical recap for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, just in time for the new episodes beginning tonight. If the last episode I ‘capped was a little Terminator meets 24, this week we revisit The X-files. Sarah is STILL looking for the answer to her Dots of Delusion, only now she’s on her own. Add an alien convention, a mysterious blogger, and a conspiracy to cover something up and she just might be in over her head. The truth is out there, can Sarah survive the search; or will the ghosts of her former selves lead her astray?
It’s all about lies, damned lies, and the men who can successfully pull them off this week as the Connor Clan plays Hide-the-Body and I get to introduce you to Crazy Derek. In other news, Sarah’s delusional…but that’s not really news, is it?
The previously reel would like to remind us that the Connor Clan has a wall full of random names and locations written in their basement. Unfortunately, because the guy who wrote it was writing in his own dying blood, it’s not too organized. No one can figure out which names are of people or places that are good for Skynet, or bad for Skynet. Take Dr. Boyd Sherman, who seems like a great therapist, until you find out that Catherine Weaver’s recruited him to teach the Turk new tricks. But while we’re talking about people who are mental, let’s meet Jesse. She’s Derek’s Aussie ex from the future, which would be great, except she came here AWOL so she wants nothing to to with the Connor Clan (or so we hope). And finally, the Clan took a road trip to Mexico and finally killed Cromartie. Or did they?
Greetings and salutations, Humans and Cyborgs! I am your merry recapper, Dawn, and I am here because, in the immortal words of (former) FBI Agent James Ellison, “Sarah Connor is a deluded, dangerous, grade-a whack-a-mole who killed a man because she believes that in the future he’ll invent a computer system that declares war on the world.” She is also an overprotective bad-ass and occasionally very dangerous behind the wheel of a car, but I’m sure we’ll get to all of that in time.