What a terrible eppisode(Someone must sleep, someone must watch)!

Wow this last episode was awful, literally a waste of my time(I usually don't say that). I like the basis of the series; in fact I think it is brilliant, however, I hate how everything has become so melodramatic. Sarah and John are so emo it is ridiculous, and I really felt that this last episode was not pertinent to the overall storyline what so ever. It completely sidestepped any character development and was not congruent with last week's show. I hate to say this but if the writers can't bring it up a notch it's time to end this show, which is sad because it should be relatively easy to come up with something genuine and unique when the basis of the story is so solid.


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Feb 28, 2009 7:43PM EST

"What a terrible eppisode"
I agree. I was very disappointed. I thought last week was excellent then we got this total non-event. Also, while I understand that it is the Sarah Connor Chronicles, I would really like to see more of Cameron (of course I can ALWAYS look at Summer Glau!). Her role has lately been non-existent. I mean, the other half of the title IS Terminator.

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Feb 28, 2009 8:04PM EST

I agree. What was the point of that show? It was absolutely awful. I would rather see more of Cameron and Summer. And any direction right now would be better than this last episode.

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Mar 1, 2009 5:36AM EST

well at least there was some john and cameron moments...even though they were a dream..but ohh well the promo for next week look freakin awesome....yayyy riley will get bashed!!!!*does happy dance*

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Mar 2, 2009 11:39AM EST

Guys i liked the episode it was different, the key being it is about Sarah and her dealing with the issue of killing a human. we all saw how it effected John, when he had to kill and this is the flipside of how Sarah too can be messed up by such a act. Saying that yes we all would like to see more of Cameron, and the way her relationship in this group grows. There are several issues that have not been dealt with, Riley and the other women from the future what are her plans? how far will she go? What will Cameron do to protect her place in Johns life? and how does he accept her? This episode just showed us both frailty and the strength of Sarah from who John is really learning, and gave us a insight into the issues she is having with her son, Cameron and her own paranoia. Character development does not need, to be huge and so obvious, sometimes its about the smaller things people coming to terms with a crisis,event or action that they do or have done to them.

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Mar 2, 2009 8:24PM EST

too bad the connection between John and Cameron wasn't real during this episode.............. it was all Sarah's imaginations

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Mar 10, 2009 11:57PM EDT

i loved the connection with john and cam (jam lool) ive been waiting for anotherone since the whole bedroom scene in Mr. Ferguson is Ill Today. shame it was just a dream but i think she unconsciencly knows that theres a spark between them.

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