Original Air Date: November 17, 2008
Writer: Steven DePaul
Josh Friedman (developer)
John Wirth (written by)
Special Guest(s):(Richard Schiff) as Fischer (elder)
(Dorian Harewood) as
(Stephanie Jacobsen) as Jesse
(Adam Busch) as
(John Kelly) as
Episode SynopsisSarah turns to Dr. Sherman when she begins having nightmares, Jesse tries to convince Derek that she has captured an important figure from the future, and John and Cameron discover that Cromartie's body is missing.
show opens with a dream sequence: Sarah and Cameron are at Cromartie's
burial site in Mexico. Sarah watches herself and Cameron as Cameron
waters a trio of cactii in the form of a tiangle. Suddenly, the cactii
sprout up from the ground. John appears in front of them as they turn a
metallic silver and grab him.
Best Momentswhen rolls Ellison on his Stomach
Best QuotesCameron: Is she pregnant?
John: Why in the hell would you even ask that?
Cameron: Kacy vomited when she was pregnant. You're vomiting. It's morning. That's when it happens.
John: Just shut up.
Cameron: I don't think you understand how we work. I have sensation. I feel. I wouldn't be worth much if I couldn't feel.
Cameron: It didn't seem like much of a threat. We're not built to be cruel.
John: Yeah, that's one for cyborgs.
Cameron: Yes. That's one for us.
Episode TriviaCameron does not understand why Sarah helped the tortoise
Philip K. Dick's novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (as well as in its movie adaptation, Blade Runner (1982)) explores the theme of empathy towards animals, people, and androids,as well as the inability of androids to feel such empathy