I came across a post from TSCC actor Erin Fleming on her Instagram account, in which she remembers her days on set of the show. She mentions tidbits about what would have happened in season 3. For the record, Erin played submariner Goodnow - the female who got killed and duplicated by the liquid metal Terminator - in TSCC ep2.18 and 2.19 'Today Is the Day: Part 1' and Part 2.
Here's what she said:
I've never been a body double. I had a body double for the show because I'm 2 characters. The first is Goodnow, a resistance fighter. And then a different and new liquid terminator is introduced who takes my form. This was supposed to be a story line that would've carried on to season 3. Too bad we didn't get to show you the 2 liquid Terminators fight... Oh well
From my understanding, the story line Erin mentions is about the T-1001 ("will you join us?). But then I don't quite get why she mentions a fight between two liquid Terminators. I have always assumed that the T-1001 in the submarine and Catherine Weaver were the same.
Hello Chris. I always thought the liquid terminator saying 'no' to will you join us, was from a different future where it does not help John Connor. Obviously Jesse was from that future. Perhaps that LMT (liquid metal terminator) was the baddy and travelled back in time to meet Catherine Weaver, the LMT from Derek's timeline. (I'm sure you remember Derek saying, "You're not my Jesse".
+This is interesting actually because the water carrying terminator played by Jeffrey Pierce, (who wrote the book: Wraiths Of the North, which I thought was good). He suggested that he was going to be playing multiple identical terminators in series 3. Hmnn, are these ideas thrown about or could they be stories which would have involved lots of CGI?
I was reading an article about what Terminator 6 is erasing from the franchise (including TSCC) and I saw the following statement :
Given the amount of jumping between timelines, it's incredible that Genisys is the first time a character meets a younger or older version of themselves. It's Kyle Reese who visits his childhood home to warn his younger self about Genisys.
The author of the article forgot the part in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles 1.09 when Derek Reese took John to the park on John’s birthday to let him see Derek, some twenty years younger, playing ball with his younger brother, Kyle: John’s eventual father.
KevinInEngland sent us this interesting fun fact he found.
The supposed Mexican desert-area gas station where Sarah Connor fills her tank with gas and winds up having her photograph taken by a young boy in the very final scene of The Terminator (1984) is in fact located in...Palmdale, the town where Allison Young - the young woman Cameron is modeled on - lives.
Here is an image of Summer just to remind us of her: In the episode 2_11 Self Made Man, Cameron once again adopts her infiltration mode. She needs to do this to ensure she can gain access to the library and stay there throughout the night. Fearing detection, were she to break in, she needed to befriend the person on night shift because her job browsing for Skynet-related activity was ongoing. Fortunately for her, choosing Allison, a pretty girl, was advantageous. It was not long before she enslaves Eric with her knowledge and good looks. But, because she was not so good at understanding human sentiments, Eric fell out of love with her when she intruded on his personal moment in the male bathroom and then telling him in a round-about way that he could die of cancer.
This collection of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles promotional items includes an 11" x 17" teaser poster that has been autographed by Summer Glau, a dog tag, sticker, a Summer Glau/Terminator hand fan and something else sealed in a silver bag.