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Interesting about the franchise and other TSCC things
Date: Monday, 2017 Jan 30, 17:59 GMT | Message # 121

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I have just found a link in TSCC that might be what gave Josh Friedman the idea for George Laszlo, who was killed by Cromartie.

Interesting...although I'm not sure that's how it happened.

I created a long time ago in this forum a thread dedicated to the real story behind The BeastMaster and even posted HQ promotional photos of Garret Dillahunt as the Beastwizard and the beautiful Jen Halperin as Princess Aqualina.

Also the choice of the name Beast-WIZARD instead of Beast-MASTER might be another reference to the Wizard of OZ.


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Date: Wednesday, 2017 Feb 01, 20:45 GMT | Message # 122

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So that he is not forgotten, here is a reminder:
Lee Thompson Young would have had his 33rd birthday but unfortunately died August 19, 2013.

In TSCC, Lee was a FBI agent Stewart in episode 1.04 'Heavy Metal'.

He featured in all episodes of Rizzoli & Isles.

I don't think I need say any more except that its a damn shame.



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Date: Wednesday, 2017 Feb 01, 21:49 GMT | Message # 123

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So that he is not forgotten, here is a reminder:

Thanks for the reminder Kevin!
I discovered Lee in Smallville (he played Victor Stone / Cyborg) and was pleasantly surprised to see him in an episode of TSCC. 
It always saddens me when people (celebs or not) lose their lives way too soon.


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Date: Friday, 2017 Apr 21, 15:21 GMT | Message # 124

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Happy Judgment Day!

In the TSCC pilot, Cameron tells Sarah that Skynet was activated on April 19, 2011, and launched a nuclear apocalypse on April 21, 2011.

Happy Judgment Day!


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Date: Friday, 2017 Apr 21, 15:56 GMT | Message # 125

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#124 Judging by the sky to our south, I'd say there's a storm coming.

(Mind you weather forecast says otherwise).   I never noticed that date Chris.  Good spotting.

Sarah Connor has changed the future.   Or was it John in the future?  Or was it John Henry & the LMT?  Or ......
 
 
Date: Thursday, 2017 Jun 15, 01:31 GMT | Message # 126

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Ranking The Terminator Franchise From Worst To Best 

3. Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles 

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is the only worthy successor to The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day. 

Focusing on the lives of Sarah and John Connor after Terminator 2, the family travels from 1999 to 2007 with a T-888 named Cameron to prevent the Judgement Day in 2011. Forging a new path past Terminator 3 (virtually ignored), creator Josh Friedman's series expands the Terminator mythology and takes it into new directions.

At the center is not your typical nuclear family. Mother Sarah Connor (Lena Headey) deals with the fact that she would have died of cancer in 2005. Son John Connor (Thomas Dekker) deals with his destiny, his feelings for Cameron, and attempts to maintain his humanity in the face of machines. Fake sister/crazy girlfriend Cameron (Summer Glau) has a set of orders from Future John and thus her own agenda. 

Additionally, TSCC plays with various aspects of the first two films: a plot based around a Terminator hunting for someone through a phone book, a plot based on Sarah having visions of Kyle, and a plot based on Sarah's time in Pescadero. Furthermore, the series revisits the future in flashbacks (or flashforwards?), providing Cameron like visuals that surpass the dull-looking Terminator: Salvation. 

But TSCC is also the imperfect masterpiece. The short first season is very heavy arc based, but the wheels spin a bit into the longer Season 2. The show also ends on a cliffhanger, cancelled by Fox and destined never to be resolved. Nonetheless, TSCC is the worthy successor to James Cameron's films as it possess the emotions and character drama that makes the franchise so riveting. 

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Date: Thursday, 2017 Jun 15, 09:52 GMT | Message # 127

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A pretty good appraisal by Whatculture.  Obviously a fan of the show.
 
 
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