Monday, January 14, 2008

The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Part 2

Part 2 of The Sarah Connor Chronicles premiered tonight and FOX and again, this show rocks. I know that my favorite superhero is a little unsure about the development of River...I mean Cameron, the female Terminator, but I think there has to be some "give" to allow for a television series to develop. So far, they seem to be close with the character development and keeping with Terminatorverse storyline intact. But all-in-all, it's a good diversion for a Monday night without Heros on NBC.

Again, I'm glad that we have a DVR. It will come in handy next week while I'm in the Land of Lotus at the House of Mouse.


Chris Whisonant said...

Yeah, I'm really into the show too. I have some concerns about Cameron - nothing's too good to be true, right? Will definitely have to catch up with the one I miss next week!

MegatonMaynard said...

Well, I am pretty well sold on the show. I think they have made Cameron more "robotic" in the second episode than they did in the first. Also, I never saw T3...did Sarah Connor die of cancer in that film?

One thing I am worried about is how convoluted the timeline is becoming. We jump ahead 8 years and no one seems to think it's unusual that the Connors look the same age. It's also distressing that John Connor sent a "crack team of future commandos" back in time to help them in their present-future after Sarah was supposed to be dead.

Captain Picard and the Space-Time Continuum cry out in terror.

Andy Donaldson said...

Time travel is cool!

Bob S said...

Good Evening Andy,

A fellow LND geek here, getting excited about Lotusphere myself. I just stumbled onto your blog in ( God I hope the network nazis aren't keeping track of how much time I spend perusing that site ) and I was really in sync with your last few posts ( Sarah Conner stuff, Episode 74 of taking Notes, LS Guide 2008 ... ). Anyway, I saw Ohio (my home state), decided to take your advice and say hello.

Maybe I'll run into you in Orlando.

Bob Stephan

Andy Donaldson said...

Hey Bob,
Thanks for stopping by the blog! See ya in Orlando!