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Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Season 2Closed Captioning

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Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles picks up its second season with Sarah (Lena Headey) continuing her lonely fight to save the future, hoping to stop the impending apocalypse and change the fate of her 16-year-old son, John (Thomas Dekker). While the ever-evolving technological enemy grows stronger, John begins to take the steps to embrace his destiny as the savior of mankind, yet he finds himself caught between his fearless protector, the beautiful but potentially dangerous cyborg, Cameron (Summer Glau), and his new friend, Riley (Leven Rambin). And has his uncle, Derek Reese (Brian Austin Green), overstayed his welcome? FBI agent Ellison (Richard T. Jones) is now a believer, after Cromartie (Garret Dillahunt) spared his life, and he wants to figure out the truth. Complicating matters is Catherine Weaver (Shirley Manson), CEO of ZeiraCorp, who may know where to find the answers Ellison is looking for.

Customer Reviews

Title Error? Where's #13? Is Anyone Home?

Apparently, the network people decided to rearrange the air dates of the last three episodes but forgot to straighten this out with whoever is responsible at Apple for mating the video description meta data with the video files. That's also why some of us appear to have downloaded two copies of "Self Made Man". APPLE: You are losing ground in the area of customer support. If you are paying attention, then you should know by now that you need someone to be responsible for content quality assurance for what is hosted (files that include the meta data) on your iTunes servers. Said person may be responsible for many different shows/artists/whatever and does not have to know anything about the show per se; your customers will usually let you know if something is wrong. When that happens, you need to do something about it IMMEDIATELY.

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Season 2 debut

Samson and Delilah as implied is riviting and suprissing. The title suggests subterfuge and it could not have been put more aptly. Season 2 is shaping up to be a must watch for any sci-fi fan.

An extremely well-made, well-acted sci-fi show

Can machines think and feel? "Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles" came along last year with a high quality of filming, special effects and performances that has really upped the ante for quality television, a trend in the past few years that is a welcome answer to the garbage often coming out of Hollywood these days. I was blown away by the show's pilot for season one and the series has been consistent ever since. Season 2 is looking very promising and has ventured further into the metaphysical question of whether or not machines, in this case Cyborgs, have emotions. This notion is of course nothing new and dates back to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and the dynamic between present-day humans, future humans and the cyborgs is extremeley similar to a similar dynamic in the recent Battlestar Galactica -- but who cares? This is quality TV that will draw you in, thrill you and stimulate your mind. Perhaps the biggest surprise for such an action show is that, like Battlestar Galactica, it is a smart show. I just hope the show's writers can keep the interesting material coming like they did last season.

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Season 2
View in iTunes $29.99
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Released: Sep 08, 2008
  • CCin English

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