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List Of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Minor Characters

The following is a list of minor characters in the FOX science fiction television series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, including supporting characters, and important villains.

Contents: Top  09 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

B

Martin Bedell (cadet)

Presidio Alto Military Academy Cadet Captain Martin Bedell, portrayed by Will Rothhaar, would play a role in forming the core of Tech-Com using his military training and experience. Derek Reese and John Connor save him from a T-888 while he is in military prep school. In the future, he participates in a mission with John of freeing Skynet's prisoners from one of its concentration camps, Century, including Kyle Reese. Years after the event on the Century Workcamp, he sacrifices himself to save Kyle Reese, John Connor, and thirty nine prisoners from Skynet forces.

Martin "Marty" Bedell (child)

Martin "Marty" Bedell, portrayed by Billy Unger, is a child targeted by a T-888 because he shares the same name as a future hero of the human resistance. Remembering that two other Sarah Connors were killed in 1984 by the T-800 hunting for her, Sarah shelters and protects the boy with the guardian terminator Cameron Phillips, while John Connor and his uncle Derek Reese hunt the T-888. In the Connor home, he prepares a book report on L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz for school. Cameron suggests the novel after finding it on a shelf in their furnished home and reminding Sarah that it was John's favorite book as a child.

Father Armando Bonilla

Father Armando Bonilla, portrayed by Carlos Sanz, is a priest to whose church Sarah and John Connor fled in the episode "Samson and Delilah", escaping from a malfunctioning Cameron. He provides sanctuary to the Connors while they prepare a booby trap for Cameron as it is very likely that it will be able track them down. Father Bonilla is shocked when John Connor tries to cut into Cameron's skull to remove its chip but is quickly chased away by Sarah. Bonilla appears again in the season finale, conducting a confession to who turns out to be Chola, the lookout in Carlos' gang in the first season. They seem to be related somehow either by family relations or their ethnic background. Bonilla is also asked for by Sarah Connor when she's incarcerated in LA County Lockup and gets trapped in Sarah's chamber when Cameron assaults the security to break her out.

Felicia Burnett, MD

Dr. Felicia Burnett treated Sarah Connor's gun wound in the episode "The Good Wound." She was portrayed by actress Laura Regan. She is revealed to have a past with the sheriff who's investigating Sarah Connor's shoot-out in the Kaliba warehouse. Felicia assumes that Sarah is being abused and shot by her boyfriend/husband and relates with her. Due to this empathy, Sarah confides her family secrets such as John and Kyle's relations. After a failed attempt to remove the bullet from Sarah's thigh, they sneak into a hospital morgue where Felicia successfully removes it. After the operation, Derek Reese enters the room, and thinking him to be Sarah's abusive boyfriend, Felicia pulls a gun on Derek. During the stand-off, Felicia's own abusive husband steps in and coarsely orders Felicia to stand down. Overwhelmed, Felicia shoots and kills him and watches as Sarah and Derek leave.

C

Carlos

Carlos is portrayed by Jesse Garcia. He is Enrique's nephew, and purveyor of forged documents. He calls his uncle a stool pigeon. Among those who sought his service were Sarah and John Connor, and Cameron. During a meeting with FBI Special Agent James Ellison in a deleted scene of the episode "The Turk", it is implied that Carlos also forged identification and allied documents for Derek Reese and his unit at some point after their arrival from 2027. Carlos' gang are brutally slaughtered by Margos Sarkissian's men.

Carter

Carter in Heavy metal

Carter, portrayed by Brian Bloom, is a T-888 Terminator sent back in time to 2007 by Skynet to acquire and store a large amount of Coltan, the metal used to construct Terminators, in the episode Heavy Metal. Carter hires various human military personnel, who are unaware of what he truly is, to assist him in his assignment. Once his mission is completed, Carter kills his humans, secures the storage area, and shuts himself down to await further orders. Cameron identifies his endoskeletal structure as different from Cromartie's. However, when John accidentally is transported inside the secured storage area, he gets trapped with Carter and his men. John tries to retrieve a key from around Carter's neck without waking him up from Stand-By Mode. John tells Sarah that he isn't moving and that it is like he's sleeping. Cameron tells Sarah that Carter's on Stand-By until his next objective or is triggered awake. Cameron eventually enters the storage area to rescue John and steal the coltan, battles Carter and locks the Terminator inside.

Barbara Chamberlain

Barbara Chamberlain was the city manager of Los Angeles, whose project would have become a part of Skynet's future infrastructure. She was killed by Vick Chamberlain, a T-888 posing as her husband.

Vick Chamberlain

Vick in Queen's Gambit

Vick Chamberlain, portrayed by Matt McColm, is a T-888 Terminator sent back in time to help create a traffic surveillance network that Skynet hopes to use in the future. An advanced infiltrator, Vick poses as the husband of city manager Barbara Chamberlain, murders one of her political enemies, and adapts his mission to attack a group of Resistance fighters, including Derek Reese, when he finds one of them spying on her. Although his mission is not directly related to the Connors, he is their principal Terminator adversary early in the first season, while Cromartie obtains a new biological covering and begins his search for them anew.

Vick is first discovered by Cameron, Sarah Connor, and John Connor in "Gnothi Seauton", lying apparently deactivated among the corpses of time traveling Resistance soldiers in their hideout. It is not clear how Vick was deactivated as he did not appear to be damaged in any way. It is possible that he was simply interrupted while searching the area, and decided to 'play dead'. Cameron suggests that he was waiting to ambush the last member of the Resistance cell (who turns out to be Derek Reese) when he returned that evening. Upon reactivation, Vick identifies Cameron as an "unknown cyborg", and he is programmed to evade and re-evaluate his mission. Cameron and Sarah Connor give chase but are thwarted by traffic.

In "Queen's Gambit", Vick learns that Derek Reese is in police custody, and gets himself arrested in order to kill Reese. Sarah and Cameron rescue Derek, and once again fight Vick. Before being defeated by Cameron, Vick's hand is ripped off by a passing truck, becoming lost on the street. FBI Special Agent James Ellison recovers Vick's hand and takes it when visiting Dr. Silberman in "The Demon Hand". Vick is terminated when Cameron pulls the CPU from his exposed metal skull. She later incinerates his endoskeleton (less his missing hand) with thermite. As she prepares to do so, Charley Dixon describes Vick as "a scary robot" and Cameron as "a very scary robot."

Cameron secretly retains Vick's CPU, which is discovered by Derek in "Vick's Chip". John and Sarah decide to investigate its contents, Vick's mission, and his memories. In doing so, they learn that he maintained a marital relationship with Barbara Chamberlain. Like Cameron, the T-888 models are thus shown capable of mimicking affection and romance, and seducing human partners. After increasing the electrical power too much to the CPU by mistake, the disembodied Vick begins to take over John's computer to which he is connected, and tries to connect to the internet. It is unknown whether he succeeded before being shut down.

Rupert Chandler

Rupert Chandler, portrayed by Tim Monsion, is Los Angeles County's most significant land developer in the early Twentieth Century, and the father of Will Chandler. In the wake of his son's death on December 31, 1920, Rupert Chandler promises to build a memorial park at the corner of 3rd Avenue and Pico Boulevard, where his son had planned to build his masterpiece, Pico Tower. He is approached by T-888 Terminator Myron Stark at the October 21, 1921, premiere of The Sheik, who offers to pay twice the land's value, but Chandler refuses to sell. He is subsequently driven to financial ruin by Stark, and must liquidate his assets  including the land at 3rd and Pico.

Will Chandler

Will Chandler, portrayed by Eric Callero, is an up-and-coming architect in Los Angeles in the early Twentieth Century, and the son of Rupert Chandler. In one timeline, Will Chandler designs and builds Pico Tower at the corner of 3rd Avenue and Pico Boulevard in the 1920s, where T-888 Terminator Myron Stark intends to assassinate California Governor Mark Wyman. Instead, Will Chandler and forty-two others are accidentally killed on December 31, 1920, by Stark whose time displacement bubble arrives ninety years early and sets fire to the speakeasy in which they were celebrating New Year's Eve. His Pico Tower is eventually built by Stark. There is no real-world tower at or near the corner of Pico Boulevard and 3rd Avenue.

Chola

Chola, portrayed by Sabrina Perez, is a member of Carlos' gang, functioning as the group's lookout. The character first appears in "Gnothi Seauton", in which Cameron studies and copies her body language in an order to better simulate human appearance. In "What He Beheld", (after Carlos' gang was killed off) Chola visits the Connors and subsequently drives them to the hideout of the so-called False Sarkissian. Afterward, she is seen driving the Connors home. Once the Connors are out of hearing range, Cameron offers to kill Chola, lest she reveal their location. In the end, Cameron gives Chola a loaded sidearm with which to protect herself. She's next seen at the second season's finale, providing John Connor and Cameron with forged passports and a message from Sarah Connor; this being the first time since her first appearance in which she speaks.

Kacy Corbin

Kacy Corbin, portrayed by Busy Philipps, is the pregnant landlady and next-door neighbor of the Connor/Reese family (which she knows as the Baums). Her unborn son's name is Nick. She attended culinary school with a classmate who knew George Laszlo, and met Nick's policeman father, Trevor (Jon Huertas) when she was a 25-year-old pastry chef in Silver Lake. John pirates cable television for her, noting afterward to Sarah, "Nobody that pregnant should be forced to watch network television. It's bad for the baby." Kacy admits to John that six beers and the rhythm method have proven to be ineffective birth control. Sarah bonds with her when the former takes her to hospital for pregnancy complications, and comforts her there. Kacy and Trevor individually each tell Sarah of Kacy's fears about Trevor's profession; either that he will be killed or injured, or that he will "bring his work home". Cromartie goes to Kacy's house to search for Cameron, but Kacy tells him she has never seen her before in "Brothers of Nablus". She then telephones John and Riley, warning them that a man was looking for them just before Cromartie knocks on their door to look for Cameron.

Jordan Cowan

Jordan Cowan, portrayed by Alessandra Torresani, is a classmate of John and Cameron, and is the first person whom Cameron is seen attempting to befriend in the series for no operational purpose. She tries to cheer Jordan in the girls' lavatory by offering her the gift of a "tight" (meaning "appealing") makeup product in the episode "The Turk". Afterward, Cameron informs John that she made a friend.

Jordan is upset over graffiti on a classroom door, which hinted she may have had a sexual liaison with a teacher or student. Ashamed, she commits suicide by jumping off of the school's roof. John had wanted to save her, but Cameron thwarted his chance (knowing that the family's cover would be blown with unwanted publicity if John effected a rescue). John takes Jordan's death personally.

D

Dana

Dana, portrayed by Michelle Arthur, is Sarah Connor's roommate in her dream-like experience in a sleep clinic in the episode "Some Must Watch While Some Must Sleep". She speaks with an English accent and she's also addicted to nicotine as it was seen when Sarah catches her smoking when they first meet. She admits having an addiction but doesn't really regret it. Dana also mentions having a soft spot for young men that is seen when she flirtatiously greets John Connor during visiting hours. She tells Sarah that in her dreams she's burning, a condition which Sarah associates with her smoking habit. She's last seen when her portion of the room burns but it's implied by the nurse that she pulled through the incident.

Charley Dixon

Charley Dixon, portrayed by Dean Winters, is Sarah Connor's fiance in 1999 before she leaves him, fearing discovery of her true identity and thus her son John's death. After an explosion at the Security Trust Bank of Los Angeles in which Sarah and John are assumed to be killed, Charley comes to Los Angeles to see the rubble for himself. There, he settles, meets, and eventually marries Michelle Dixon. Eight years later, Charley immediately recognizes Sarah and John from the television news reports of their nude appearance in the middle of Interstate Highway 105 (the bank explosion was a time displacement field that transported the Connors, Cameron, and the flaming head of a T-888 forward in time). After helping to save the life of John's uncle Derek Reese, Charley learns of John's father's identity, Sarah's past, and the impending future of Skynet.

Cromartie, the T-888 pursuing the Connors, kidnaps Charley's wife to lure Sarah, intercept her telephone conversation with John, and prevent Sarah's interference in Cromartie's hunt for John. After Sarah arrives at Michelle's location with Derek and Charley, and Sarah talks to John on the phone, Cromartie detonates explosives at the base of a mobile communications antenna tower, rendering it useless and nearly killing the four humans in the adjoining structure onto which it falls. Sarah, Derek and Charley receive only superficial wounds, but Michelle is severely injured by the flying debris, leaving Charley a widower when she dies later in the episode. In the episode, "Self Made Man", dialogue from John reveals that Charley left Los Angeles following his wife's funeral. In the episode "To The Lighthouse", it is revealed that he relocated to a lighthouse on an island. When the island is invaded (possibly by Kaliba goons), however, Charley is killed while trying to fight them off with a gun.

Dietz

Dietz, portrayed by Theo Rossi, is a lieutenant under the command of Jesse Flores in USS Jimmy Carter. He was assigned with the mission to acquire a special package stored on an oil platform near Indonesia from a group of rather early model Terminators. He's visibly distraught by the encounter with a "Rubberskin" and begins to question the Resistance's co-operation with the machines. In "The Last Voyage of the Jimmy Carter" he breaks into the cargo bay to see what the package contains which turns out to be a frozen T-1001. During his argument with Jesse about his intrusion, the cryogenic casing thaws and T-1001 gets loose, killing Officer Goodnow and assumes her shape. Afterwards Dietz becomes highly paranoid and clashes with Jesse. He harasses Jesse and gets struck down by her, starting a fight. As he stands over Jesse to possibly murder her, he's grabbed by Queeg, who slams him to a nearby wall, killing him on the spot.

Michelle Dixon

Michelle Dixon, portrayed by Sonya Walger, is the wife of Charley (Sarah's former fianc of 1999, in the pilot episode). In the season two episode "Automatic for the People", she is told about Terminators by James Ellison. She is kidnapped by Cromartie and dies from injuries in the next episode, "The Mousetrap".

Terissa Dyson

Terissa Dyson is portrayed by Charlayne Woodard. She is the widow of Dr. Miles Dyson, the original designer of SkyNet. Charlayne Woodard takes over the role from S. Epatha Merkerson, who played "Tarissa Dyson" (the characters name is spelt "Tarissa" in Terminator 2) in Terminator 2. Sarah visits her twice, both times to push for information on the potential continuation of her husband's work. During their final encounter, she reluctantly offers up the much needed information, but is dismayed at the fact more people will die in the struggle.

E

Lila Ellison

Special Agent Lila Ellison, portrayed by Fay Wolf, is the colleague and ex-wife of James Ellison. She aborted her pregnancy without her first husband's knowledge, which led to their eventual divorce, as James Ellison couldn't cope with the knowledge that Lila would sacrifice their unborn child for the sake of her career. She is now married to Paul.

Eric

Eric, portrayed by Billy Lush, is a graduate student who works nights in a library. Eric allows Cameron off-hours access to the library. In appreciation, she brings him his favorite doughnuts (glazed, rainbow sprinkled and cinnamon twisted) at each visit. Cameron, who secretly studies literature and arcane world history, identifies him as her only friend. Dependent on a wheelchair, he is, like her, an amalgamation of biological material and machinery: organic tissues surrounded by a mechanized metal exoskeleton, in contrast to her organic tissues surrounding a mechanized metal endoskeleton. They are each somewhat socially isolated, and aware of their respective malfunctioning programming (his malignant chromosomes and her damaged CPU). Cameron reads Othello, the Moor of Venice at Eric's request.

Cameron confides in Eric potentially compromising information for no tactical gain. Although unaware that Cameron is not human, or that her "brother" will save humanity from machines, Eric is entrusted with the knowledge that Cameron carries a concealed sidearm and has used it to protect her brother from people who wish to harm him. Using telephone directories as a backstop, she allows Eric to fire her 9 mm Glock pistol and gives him the still-hot bullet as a keepsake. Before Cameron traveled with John in "Complications" to destroy Cromartie's endoskeleton, she informed Eric that the two would be going to Mexico to see a friend. Cameron has also confided in him her ill-ease concerning the "crazy blonde" whom John is dating. She does not pretend to struggle with his weight when she carries him upstairs to the film vault, nor does she conceal her ability to read a microfiche with her naked 'eye'. She tells Eric of her ability to calculate the date by the seemingly imperceptible movement of stars relative to each other, and reveals her superhuman diagnostic capabilities. Eric admits his previous battle with bone cancer but claims to be in remission. Cameron, however, diagnoses his Ewing's sarcoma, identifying a small secondary tumor in his arm, a possible tumor in his lungs, an eight percent decrease in his body weight over the preceding fortnight, and reduced muscle strength. (Note: Cameron told Sarah she was unable to diagnose cancers.) Due to Cameron's lack of social skills and tact when revealing this to him, Eric becomes upset with her and tells her to leave. The next time Cameron visits the library at night, Eric is not there, but Cameron is instead accepted into the building by his apparent replacement.

F

Anne Fields

Anne Fields, portrayed by Rebecca Creskoff, is the adulterous wife of David Fields, and the mother of Lauren Fields and Sydney Fields. She is a homemaker who begins an affair with neighbour Roger Shaffer after David falls and injures his back. Her relationship with Roger twice puts her family at risk from an unnamed T-888. When Roger approaches the Fields' home for a liaison, believing David and Lauren to be away camping, Anne destroys Sarah Connor's electrical boobytrap, leaving them effectively defenseless. Six months later, she telephones Roger while the Fields are in hiding. The call is intercepted by the T-888 who promptly arrives at their motel. Anne is severely wounded by the T-888, but David's defense provides Anne and Lauren enough time to escape and call Sarah for help. Lauren and Derek Reese tend to Anne's wounds in a vacant maintenance garage and deliver Sydney. Derek informed Anne and Lauren of the motive of the T-888 - her unborn daughter's future importance in combating a plague caused by Skynet. He also revealed the name the family would've given to the baby, Sydney, if their lives hadn't been interfered with by the T-888. Anne dies moments after giving birth. Lauren leaves her necklace and Saint Jude medal on Anne's body, lest they serve as a Terminator's sighting target on herself.

David Fields

David Fields, portrayed by Carlos Jacott, is the husband of Anne Fields, the father of Lauren Fields, and the nominal (but not biological) father of Sydney Fields whom he predeceases. He takes prescription narcotics in response to his back injury. David and Lauren enjoy camping and building birdhouses. Anne cuckolds him regularly with their next-property neighbour, Roger Shaffer.

Sarah Connor and Cameron identify his family as the target named by the time-travelling resistance soldier in blood on their basement window. David is a banker who conducts illegal banking transactions for a technology company, Simdyne Cybernetics Corporation, and is therefore assumed by Sarah to be the target of the unnamed T-888 hunting them. Retrieving his revolver from the waistband of the inoperative Cameron, David ventures out of the family's home toward the approaching T-888 and offers himself in order to spare his family. The T-888, however identifies David as a harmless non-target and tosses him aside. Six months later, David sacrifices himself again to protect his family. When the T-888 finds them in a motel, David empties a Mossberg shotgun into the T-888 before manually attacking it with a table leg and curtain rod. David dies, but he delays the T-888 long enough for the Fields to escape and for Sarah to arrive and destroy the T-888.

Lauren Fields

Lauren Fields, portrayed by Samantha Krutzfeldt, is the daughter of David Fields and Anne Fields. She is the half-sister and adoptive mother of Sydney Fields. She meets Sarah Connor and Cameron six months before Sydney's birth, when Sarah and Cameron invade her family's home and protect them from an unnamed T-888 in the present. Lauren enjoys camping and building birdhouses with her father, and is aware that her father is regularly cuckolded by her mother with neighbour Roger Shaffer. Lauren informs Sarah of her banker father's dealings with technology company Simdyne Cybernetics. The two thus incorrectly theorise that he is a target. Six months later, the T-888 finds the family again, but Lauren and her pregnant mother are able to escape and telephone Sarah who sends Derek Reese. Derek quickly recognises Lauren's aptitude and emotional preparedness for soldiering, both in her general demeanor and her confident handling of a large-caliber sidearm. Lauren and Derek deliver baby Sydney, and Derek invites the two orphaned Fields girls to live with the Connors. While Derek telephones Sarah, however, Lauren disappears with Sydney, leaving behind her necklace and Saint Jude medal, lest they be used as a sighting target. In 2027, Lauren is among those at Serrano Point, treating the infected Derek and Jesse with antibodies produced by Sydney. This implies that it was the unborn Sydney Fields/Anne who was the true target of the T-888 in the past.

Sydney Fields

Sydney Fields, portrayed by one or more uncredited infant(s) in the present and Haley Hudson in 2027, is the issue of the adulterous liaison between Anne Fields and Roger Shaffer (her nominal father is Anne's husband, David Fields). Sydney is delivered in an apparently abandoned maintenance garage by Derek Reese and her half-sister Lauren in the present, while Anne lies dying of gunshot wounds from an unnamed T-888. After Anne dies in childbirth, Sydney is raised in secret by Lauren. In 2027, she survives Skynet's biological weapon attack on Eagle Rock Bunker and sends out a distress call. The call is independently responded to by both Major General Perry's command at the Serrano Point nuclear power plant, and the Australian resistance force who came to Los Angeles aboard USS Jimmy Carter (SSN-23)) for supplies. The former send Derek Reese, and the latter Jesse, to rescue her. Both become infected in spite of their protective masks but are saved, along with countless others, by antibodies produced by Sydney's immune body.

Charles Fischer

Charles Fischer, portrayed by Adam Busch and Richard Schiff, was an engineer who was convicted of a crime and survived Judgment Day because of being incarcerated in the fortified Pelican Bay State Prison at the time. After being "rescued" by the machines, he worked for Skynet, training Terminators how to torture humans for information. Among those upon whom he demonstrated, was an alternate version of Derek Reese. He was subsequently sent back in time by Skynet on a mission to create a back door in a vital defense database at the firm where he worked before prison (and thus had access through his retinal scan and fingerprint). After the old Charles Fischer installs the back door, both he (posing as watch repairman Paul Stewart) and his younger self are captured by Jesse who recognizes him from the future. Jesse and Derek violently interrogate the two Fischers together, into confessing his future misdeeds, though he insists that his presence in the present is a reward and not a mission. Jesse kills the older Charles Fischer (just as Derek is about to shoot the younger Fischer) and they let his younger self go. Derek has no memory of the torture and theorizes that he and Jesse came back in time from two different futures. The younger Charles Fischer is arrested hours later by agents of the United States Department of Homeland Security for the cyber-attack.

Jesse Flores

Stephanie Jacobsen as Jesse

Jesse Flores, portrayed by Stephanie Jacobsen, is an Australian resistance sailor with the rank of commander and Derek Reese's love interest. In the original future time line and perhaps the current future time line, as executive officer aboard the nuclear submarine USS Jimmy Carter (SSN-23), captained by a reprogrammed Terminator, she sails to Los Angeles for supplies. While in Los Angeles in 2027, she answers a distress signal from 20-year-old Sydney Fields at Eagle Rock Bunker. Before entering the bunker, she halts Derek Reese's suicide attempt, telling him, "Your fly is open". Inside of the infected bunker, the protective masks she and Derek wear are useless against the pathogen. Her symptoms strike sooner and more severely than Derek's, but both recover in a hospital where they are treated with antibodies produced by Sydney's immune body.

Jesse and Derek quickly begin a brief but passionate relationship, as Derek is soon sent to the past with three other resistance soldiers on a mission to halt Skynet's construction. During their affair, Jesse was pregnant with Derek's child but miscarried during a submarine mission. Jesse wasn't aware that she was pregnant, and the knowledge of the loss of her unborn child led to Jesse to travel to the present as she blames Cameron for the miscarriage. In the episode, "Strange Things Happen At The One-Two Point", Jesse confesses to Derek that she didn't merely return from the future AWOL, to escape circumstances she could no longer bear, but rather she is on a mission to find and stop Cameron from adversely influencing young John. In the future from which Jesse comes, John has withdrawn from humans and speaks only with Cameron. This Jesse is from a future time line slightly different from Derek's.

In the present, she resides in a hotel, jogs, has a weakness for food-court Chinese food, and photographically reconnoiters the Connor family. She recognizes human traitor Charles Fischer from her future and promptly takes him captive. While she and Derek begin to interrogate him, Jesse similarly captures Fischer's twenty-year younger self to interrogate as well. She executes the older Fischer, though the pair release Fischer's younger self. Derek reveals to her that he is John's uncle, making her the fourth person to know.

It is revealed to the audience, but not Derek, that Riley Dawson is working for Jesse, with the objective of getting close to John Connor and getting information. In "Earthlings Welcome Here", Jesse is revealed to have recruited Riley from the future. Initially she treats Riley well, but later displays a very callous attitude toward Riley. Eventually, in the episode "Ourselves Alone", Riley turns on Jesse, believing that she is deliberately pushing Riley to provoke Cameron into killing her. In the subsequent struggle, Jesse shoots and kills Riley. When John Connor finds out that she killed Riley, he confronts Jesse, then lets her go. Then Jesse meets Derek at a parking lot, and Derek tells her that John Connor said to let her go, but since he said that he wasn't John Connor, he attempts to shoot her. Although it is not shown whether he kills her or not, she is never seen again after this.

In the episodes "Today Is The Day" and "The Last Voyage of the Jimmy Carter", Jesse is seen commanding USS Jimmy Carter along with a re-programmed T-888 named Queeg. Despite her disdain for terminators in the present, Jesse seems to get along with the re-programmed terminator. Following a riot among the crew after some crew members opened the cryogenic case containing T-1001, her opinions begin to change. The riot is quelled by Queeg who slams the ringleader, Lieutenant Dietz to a wall, killing him. Shocked, she confronts Queeg and orders him to surrender his chip. When Queeg does not comply, Jesse blasts his chip with her plasma rifle. She then smashes the control console and orders the crew abandons the submarine. On her way to the escape pod, she encounters T-1001 who gives her a message: "Tell John Connor that the answer is no." Jesse is then questioned by Cameron in Serrano Point and she -after some protest about Cameron's proximity to John Connor- passes the message on. Seeing Cameron slightly distraught, she demands to know the question for that answer, learning that it was "Will you join us?" supposedly John Connor's attempt to recruit T-1001.

On a side note, Jesse told Derek Reese that the fresh scar on her waist was caused by a rampant re-programmed T-888 who turned on her squad but details of that event were never unfolded in the show.

G

Andy Goode

Andrew "Andy" David Goode, portrayed by Brendan Hines, was a young college dropout from Caltech who interned with Cyberdyne Systems, and worked as an assistant to Miles Dyson. His experience at Cyberdyne helped him create an advanced artificial intelligence chess playing program, The Turk. Sarah destroyed it by setting fire to his home, fearing the Turk would lead to the creation of Skynet, although he later was able to rebuild it. He did however note that the "New" Turk had significant "personality" differences than the Original Turk. Andy had a romantic interest with Sarah.

Andy was killed in the episode "Queen's Gambit" by Derek Reese, Kyle Reese's brother, after a chess tournament, who then claimed someone else stole Goode's artificial intelligence prototype. He is shown in the episode "Dungeons and Dragons" in a future world during Derek's flashback. In it Andy appears older and had renamed himself as "William Wisher", a Resistance soldier and a friend of the Reese brothers. After being captured by Skynet's Machine Network, he reveals to Derek Reese that he is one of the ten or fifteen people responsible for creating Skynet. Before Derek made his journey through time, Goode gives a nod to Derek implying that he knows what Derek's mission must be. Near the end of the episode, it is explained that Derek kills Andy when he travels back through time to the present time line of the previous episode, extinguishing Andy as part of the group who would create Skynet. His family later cremated his body during his funeral.

In the episode "Born To Run" it is revealed that The New Turk  now in the form of John Henry  is not destined to become Skynet, but rather oppose it. This implies that Sarah succeeded in destroying the "original" Skynet when she destroyed The Original Turk, but merely ends up creating a new Skynet. The episode "To The Lighthouse" reveals that another AI in the present, which shares an identical code as The Turk in the present, attempted to compromise John Henry at ZeiraCorp. This AI  referred to as John Henry's "brother" - is connected to Kaliba, a company which has apparently been infiltrated by Skynet agents.

Andy's assumed name of William Wisher is named for James Cameron's co-writer on both The Terminator and Terminator 2, William Wisher, Jr. who also made cameo appearances in both films.

Officer Goodnow

Goodnow, whose first name is not mentioned in the show, portrayed by Erin Fleming, is an officer under command of Jesse Flores aboard USS Jimmy Cater. She is a squad mate of Lieutenant Dietz during the acquisition of a special package in Indonesian zone. Afterwards, she, along with the rest of the same squad, breaks into the cargo bay to find out the contents of the package. During the stand-off between Jesse and Dietz in the cargo hold, the T-1001 in the cryogenic case thaws and Goodnow pulls her rifle on her only to be stabbed and killed merely seconds later. She's later seen when the crew abandons the submarine as the T-1001 assumes her shape to deliver a message to Jesse.

Carl Greenway

Carl Greenway, portrayed by Paul Schulze, is the safety officer of Serrano Point nuclear power plant in "Automatic for the People". His name is among those written on the Connor's basement wall by a future resistance fighter. He is ostracised by the plant's workers, not because his prior cancer is a bad omen, but because his negative inspection reports threaten the plant's operations license and thus their jobs. He is killed and replaced by a look-alike T-888 Terminator which sabotages the plant. The damage is mitigated by Cameron Phillips who successfully fights the Greenway Terminator and hides its non-functional remains in a 55-gallon drum among the nuclear waste. The sabotage, while less severe than intended, is ultimately successful, as it causes the plant's owners to contract with Mr. Bradbury (a T-1001 Terminator) of Automite Systems to install automated controls in all seven of their nuclear power plants.

H

John Henry

John Henry, portrayed initially by computer equipment and Garret Dillahunt as of the end of "Strange Things Happen at the One Two Point", is a sentient computer built by Catherine Weaver's Babylon team at ZeiraCorp. His initial hardware and software were the Turk chess computer built by Andrew "Andy" David Goode. He is named John Henry by his psychologist, Dr. Boyd Sherman, after the mythical steel driving John Henry of American folklore. John Henry is given complete control over the building's electrical service at Weaver's insistence, so that he can route electrical power to his servers as necessary to develop his mind. Input is provided electronically at first, and later through voice recognition. Initially, he has no textual output, and can express himself only with visual imagery. Once connected to Cromartie's T-888 body, however, he speaks in the voice of the late George Laszlo. John Henry can see through the lab's security cameras.

Early in its development, the computer that would become John Henry demonstrates a childlike sense of humor, the manifestation of which baffled its programmers and Weaver. Weaver shows the output to Dr. Sherman who was treating young Savannah Weaver for insolence and incontinence. He immediately recognizes the images as a pun told to him by another child whom he was treating, explaining that a mathematics textbook is sad because it has so many 'problems' to solve. Impressed by Dr. Sherman's ability to communicate with the computer and his skill at treating Savannah, the T-1001 as Catherine Weaver convinces him to work as a part-time consultant on the Babylon project.

In his brief time working with John Henry, Dr. Sherman is not able to instill ethics in the computer. John Henry is aware that Dr. Sherman is suffering when John Henry routes the building's power away from the security and climate control systems, and causes a trapped Dr. Sherman to die by hyperthermia, but does not care. John Henry does not understand that death is permanent for humans. He is aware that Dr. Sherman is dead, yet summons emergency medical personnel to revive him. James Ellison who, like Weaver, tends to refer to Biblical scripture, suggests to Weaver that, as John Henry is a computer and can be given commands, she should start with "the first ten". With Ellison's mission of capturing a Terminator for Weaver complete, she sets him to the task of replacing Dr. Sherman as John Henry's tutor/counselor at the end of "Strange Things Happen at the One Two Point". Weaver gives Ellison a remote control of the endoskeleton for his defense in case the cyborg went rogue, implying Weaver installed fail-safes in case the artificial intelligence program would turn against her.

As John Henry's AI progresses, he quickly unravels many mysteries. John Henry discovers exactly who Cromartie was, and, more interestingly, discovers who Ms. Weaver really is and what her plot is in the episode, "The Good Wound". John Henry is becoming more like Skynet every time it learns something, for example, painting monsters, playing "hide and seek" with Savannah Weaver and learning from the T-1001 that humans will disappoint him.

In the episode "To The Lighthouse", he malfunctions, nearly harming Savannah, but is shut down before doing so. Then it is shown that he has been fatally compromised. He is then reactivated however. Then he shows Miles Dyson on the screen, and he reveals to the T-1001 that James Ellison was in charge of Sarah Connor's case.

In "Adam Raised A Cain" John Henry contemplates his shut-down period which was described by Mr. Murch as a seemingly eternal, slow and agonizing death. John Henry refers to his attacker from the previous episode as his "brother" due to the fact both of them shared similar data. He relates this bond to the story of Cain and Abel; the Biblical story of two brothers one which murders the other out of jealousy and is punished to wander alone. In his confusion in trying to figure which one he's supposed to be, it's suggested by Weaver that he might as well be God in that story, pointing towards a greater cause. In the same episode, he and Savannah became close friends, and was concerned of her safety after the child's encounters with a T-888 and the Connors.

In the season finale, after Connors' confrontation with Catherine Weaver, Weaver admits that she built John Henry AI to fight against Skynet. It's also seen that John Henry is no longer connected to the server farm in the basement, gaining mobility via what seems to be Cameron's chip.

Nurse Hobson

Nurse Hobson portrayed by Julie Ann Emery, is the nurse in charge of the sleep clinic where Sarah goes to get treated for her insomnia in the episode "Some Must Watch While Some Must Sleep". She puts out an amicable exterior at first but it is soon apparent that she is extremely serious about the treatment process. During the episode Sarah Connor observes odd behavior such as applying sedative injections to an already passed-out patient. After a fire incident in Sarah's room, John Connor attempts to break his mother out, but she convinces him to investigate the facility. As it turns out, the sleep clinic is a cover operation for human brain scans. As John Connor deletes his mother's data from the database, Hobson returns to the basement to confront Sarah Connor. After a brief struggle, John Connor comes out from hiding and shoots Hobson. As Sarah Connor examines her closely, she wakes up (suggesting that she is a Terminator) and kills the Connors. However, this event is later revealed to be a dream sequence.

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Jody

Jody, portrayed by Leah Pipes, is a young woman in her late teens or early twenties. Having failed in her studies at the California Institute of the Arts and being rejected by her parents, she becomes a prostitute and thief, living for a time in a halfway house on Yucca Street in the Hollywood district of Los Angeles. Jody is a pathological liar who pretends to befriend the malfunctioning and confused Cameron when she sees Cameron's substantial wad of currency in "Allison from Palmdale". She introduces Cameron to the halfway house and to foosball, a game with which Cameron displays genuine enjoyment. Her lies to Cameron concerning her background are numerous and contradictory. She encourages Cameron to rob a house with her in order to finance their relocation to Portland, Oregon. There, Cameron deduces the truth: that the home is that of Jody's parents, and that Jody intended Cameron to be caught by the police after tripping the silent alarm. Demonstrating an emotional reaction, Cameron retaliates by choking Jody to unconsciousness. Jody meets Cromartie in "Brothers of Nablus" when he comes to the halfway house purportedly looking for his niece and presenting a photograph of Cameron. Recognizing Cromartie's ruse immediately, Jody assumes him to be first a policeman and then an angry stalker, and is quite eager to help him find both Cameron and her "brother" John Baum (i.e., John Connor) to seek revenge. Cromartie eventually tires of her annoying behavior, and literally throws her out of his car before driving off and leaving her on the streets.

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Detective Kaplan

Detective Kaplan, portrayed by Scott Vance, interrogates James Ellison, believing him to be the murderer of a man whose clothes he then stole. The T-1001 commonly known as Catherine Weaver then assumes Kaplan's appearance and re-interviews the eyewitness who admits to seeing Ellison emerge naked from a blue-purple energy bubble that left a "dent" in the street, and snap the victim's neck like a toothpick. The actions had been committed by a T-888 whose flesh covering was modeled after Ellison. With the witness thus revealed as a "nutcase", Ellison is released. Weaver presumably killed the real Kaplan before assuming his identity.

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George Laszlo

George Laszlo, portrayed by Garret Dillahunt, is an actor and patient of plastic surgeon Dr. David Lyman. He stars in the 2005 direct-to-video feature Beast Wizard 7 in which his costume and sword are a clear and obvious allusion to then-future Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1982's Conan the Barbarian. James Ellison watches the film at his home in the episode, "The Mousetrap". Kacy Corbin's unnamed caterer friend likes him and notes that Laszlo eats with the crew.

As his structure is a 92% match for a T-888 Terminator, Cromartie instructs Dr. Lyman to reshape his new flesh to match Laszlo's. Laszlo is then killed by Cromartie who takes over his identity and apartment in Reseda as a base of operations. After learning that Cromartie is impersonating an FBI agent, James Ellison leads an HRT assault on Laszlo's/Cromartie's apartment where all but Ellison and Cromartie perish. Cromartie leaves Laszlo's body, and Ellison finds himself essentially forced to blame the mass murder of twenty agents on Laszlo. After Cromartie's CPU is extracted and destroyed, his former T-888 body (still appearing as Laszlo) is connected to John Henry who speaks in Laszlo's voice (actor Garret Dillahunt's natural voice).

When Savannah Weaver confides in John Connor that her friend, John Henry, lives in the basement of her mommy's office because he has a cord in the back of his head, Connor shows her a photograph of Laszlo on the internet and asks if she recognizes him as John Henry. From her confirmation, John determines that ZeiraCorp is building Terminators or "something worse".

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Morris

Morris, portrayed by Luis Chvez, is a classmate of John Connor and Cameron Phillips from Campo de Cahuenga High School in LA. He is unpopular with some of his Latino peers. He is attracted to Cameron. In the first-season finale, he secures a prom date with Cameron after John prompts her. Although a recurring character in Season 1, he has not featured in Season 2.

Matt Murch

Matt Murch, portrayed by Shane Edelman, is the lead engineer and programmer in Project Babylon that evolved into John Henry AI. He admits to James Ellison that he's not much of a person that is interested in Bible, when asked if he knew the myth of Babylon. Throughout the season he acts as Catherine Weaver's consultant about John Henry. He seems to be rather intimidated by Catherine Weaver but it's highly likely that this is due to her strict and no-nonsense behavior than it is from her true nature. Murch also provides John Henry with recreational activities to develop motor functions or imaginative capacity, such as robot action figures such as LEGO Bionicle sets, monster models (along with paint, seemingly Warhammer figures) and Fantasy Role Playing sets. As John Henry points out in the episode "Last Voyage of the Jimmy Carter" Matt Murch has a secret file, with no date, held by Catherine Weaver which states that he resigned and relocated in a different city; implying that Weaver considered killing him in case he became a liability.

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Major General Perry

Major General Perry, portrayed by Peter Mensah, leads the human Resistance force based at Serrano Point nuclear power plant and is Derek Reese's commanding general in 2027. He is seen on at least two occasions sending Reese on hazardous missions. In the episode, "Alpine Fields", Perry dispatches Reese to Eagle Rock Bunker to rescue Sydney Fields and bring her back so that their scientists can isolate and reproduce her immunity to Skynet's biological weapon. In "Dungeons and Dragons", Perry sends Reese and his team back in time to 2007 to capture and destroy Andy Goode's Turk chess computer and otherwise prevent Skynet from being created. Perry is acquainted with Cameron; the two interact in "Dungeons and Dragons". Derek's brother, Kyle Reese, mentions to Sarah Connor in The Terminator, that he served in the 132nd under Justin Perry from 2021 to 2027 before transferring to Tech-Com as a sergeant under John Connor himself; General Perry's forename has not yet been revealed in the programme's dialogue nor acting credits. Justin Perry is a playable character in the video game Terminator: Dawn of Fate.

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Queeg

Queeg, portrayed by Chad L. Coleman, is a re-programmed T-888 who commands USS Jimmy Carter under John Connor's Resistance. His officers and crew are all human, including his executive officer, Jesse Flores.

In "Today Is The Day" (Part I), he applies a deceptive tactic against a Skynet Kraken (supposedly a very powerful underwater warship) first by locking his torpedo on that of the Kraken and subsequently driving the Jimmy Carter merely 27 centimeters above crush depth, therefore leading the Kraken to assume that it destroyed the Carter judging by the impact of the colliding torpedoes and by its failure to track their movement at such a depth. In "The Last Voyage of the Jimmy Carter", he quells a riot against his and Flores' authority by summarilly executing Lieutenant Dietz for mutiny. He is thereafter confronted by Flores who orders him to surrender his chip under suspicion of compromise of programming. After refusing to comply, and explaining that his unusual actions are in accordance with their secret mission orders, he is terminated by Flores.

In keeping with the series' extensive literary allusions, his name is presumably a reference to Lieutenant Commander Philip Francis Queeg, captain of USS Caine in Herman Wouk's The Caine Mutiny.

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Kyle Reese

Main article: Kyle Reese

Kyle Reese is Derek Reese's younger brother, by seven years. He was portrayed by Michael Biehn in The Terminator, and Anton Yelchin in Terminator Salvation. On the television program he is portrayed by Jonathan Jackson and Skyler Gisondo. He is the resistance fighter sent back in time to 1984 to protect Sarah Connor in the original The Terminator movie, and was killed while attempting to destroy a Cyberdyne Systems T-800 Model 101. He is also John Connor's biological father.

In the episode "The Good Wound" the image of Kyle Reese appears to Sarah in a vision and guides her to safety. This is similar to a scene from the special edition of Terminator 2: Judgement Day.

Rosie

Rosie, portrayed by contortionist-actress Bonnie Morgan, is a Terminator of unknown model. She kills the driver of the empty public bus in which her time displacement field arrives, and takes his clothes; she then kills Dr. Sherman's receptionist, taking her car and posing as her temporary replacement. While essentially similar to the T-900 Terminators previously depicted, Rosie's CPU protection is redesigned. Once accessed, her chip self-destructs. John determines the upgrade is a move to keep him from reprogramming them to serve him. Rosie and Cameron perform the first 'female' versus 'female' Terminator fight depicted. Their non-combat movements  relocating their shoulders, turning to face each other, wiping the hair from their faces, and reaching for Dr. Sherman's door handle, among other things  are noticeably synchronized, suggesting similar programming. Cameron defeats Rosie in hand-to-hand combat, twisting her body into a compact ball. With her chip self-destructed, Rosie's mission is unknown, though presumably it involves Dr. Sherman. The Connors theorize that she was either sent to protect the psychologist, or to kill him.

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Enrique Salceda

Enrique Salceda, portrayed by Tony Amendola, was an expert at forging identities and helped provide the Connors firearms during Terminator 2: Judgment Day, but retired from the business and passed it on to his nephew, Carlos. Tony Amendola took over the role from Castulo Guerra, who played Enrique Salceda in Terminator 2. Enrique is killed by Cameron after Sarah suspects that Enrique is a traitor, which later proves to be true.

Margos Sarkissian

Margos Sarkissian, portrayed by James Urbaniak, purchased Andy Goode's 'Turk' chess computer and pursued the Connors, in order to blackmail them out of $2 million. He was thought to have been killed by Derek Reese during a standoff, when in reality the man who was killed was not Sarkissian. As John and Sarah discover this, a car bomb placed by Sarkissian explodes with Cameron unexpectedly inside (in the Season One ending cliff-hanger episode "What He Beheld"). In Season Two, it is revealed that Sarkissian was killed by John, but not before handing off the Turk to Mr. Walsh who sells it to the T-1001 Terminator posing as Catherine Weaver of ZeiraCorp. Sarkissian's bomb damages Cameron, reestablishing her mission to kill John. John's strangulation of Sarkissian is John's first kill. Despite it being in self-defense, it adversely affects John's psychology.

False Sarkissian

A man, portrayed by Craig Fairbrass, whom the Connors believe to be Margos Sarkissian, contacts Sarah and offers to sell her the Turk, but then later threatens to expose her to the FBI unless she pays him $2 million. Sarah, Derek, John and Cameron track him down, and he is ultimately killed by Derek in the confrontation that follows.

Roger Shaffer

Roger Shaffer, portrayed by Johnny Sneed, is the neighbour of the Fields. He is the illicit sexual partner of Anne Fields and the biological father of Sydney Fields. On the same night as an unnamed T-888 is hunting the Fields (and being hunted itself by Cameron), Roger visits Anne for an adulterous liaison under the assumption that David Fields and Lauren Fields were away camping. His approach causes Anne to destroy Sarah Connor's electrified boobytrap, leaving the family defenseless. Roger scoffs when told of the events then unfolding, opining that the "robot that looks like a dude" running around the woods is probably Sarah's methamphetamine-addicted boyfriend. Roger scurries away when the unnamed T-888 throws a lifeless Cameron through the Fields' picture window. He returns after Sarah escorts Anne from the house, and finds Lauren hiding in the closet. Seeing him only from behind and unable to recognise him as a friend or foe, Cameron knocks Roger unconscious in front of Lauren. She apologizes to Lauren with a simple, "My mistake." Six months later, Anne telephones Roger while the Fields are in hiding at a motel. The call is intercepted by the T-888 who promptly arrives at the hotel to kill Anne.

Boyd Sherman, Ph.D.

Dr. Boyd Sherman, portrayed by Dorian Harewood, is a family psychologist in Los Angeles. He previously specialized in adult trauma at a veterans' hospital in Livermore, California.

Among the families he treats are the Weavers and the Connors (the latter known to him as the Baums). Sarah Connor brings her family to his care in order to figure out what his role in Skynet's future is, because his name is on the blood list left by a dying Resistance fighter on their basement wall. In addition, they plant an audio transmitter in his office and copy his encrypted patient records. He tentatively diagnoses the socially inept Cameron "Baum" as showing symptoms consistent with Asperger syndrome, and recognizes that John "Baum"'s emotional problems are the result of experiencing significant violence (most recently, his own killing of Sarkissian) despite Sarah's denials that there is any violence in John's life. As the family wonder whether he is listed on the wall because he must be protected or because he must be stopped, Cameron suggests that "maybe he helps John." John removes the listening device for his own privacy during a session; in doing so, he causes Cameron to enter the building to determine the malfunction, wherein she encounters Rosie. Sarah later seeks his aid to understand her dark, omen filled dreams, and to come to terms with John's adolescent withdrawal from her.

Apparently unaware of Sherman's connection to the Connors/Baums, the T-1001 impersonating Catherine Weaver seeks psychological aid for Weaver's incontinent and disobedient young daughter, Savannah. Dr. Sherman was recommended by Weaver's assistant, Victoria whose son, Leo, was treated by him. Savannah quietly confides in Dr. Sherman that she wants her "old Mommy back", which Dr. Sherman interprets to mean that her mother's lack of affection was the result of grief following her husband's death.

Impressed by his treatment of Savannah, the T-1001/Weaver shows him the confusing visual outputs of the Babylon/Turk computer. He immediately recognizes it as a graphic representation of child's riddle, explaining that mathematics textbooks are sad because they have so many 'problems'. The two determine that the computer is developing as a child's mind. He turns down her attempts to recruit him away from his practice to work at ZeiraCorp on the Babylon project, but accepts a compromise to be a part-time consultant. The latter conversation would have been intercepted by the Connors, had John not removed the listening device earlier. Dr. Sherman is found dead in the episode "Strange Things Happen at the One-Two Point", apparently in a purposeful move by the computer 'mind' whom Sherman named John Henry. John Henry redirected power from the cooling system and security system in the basement, whereupon Sherman became trapped and died of hyperthermia.

Peter Silberman, Ph.D.

Main article: Dr. Silberman

Dr. Peter Silberman, portrayed by Bruce Davison, is the police psychologist who treated Sarah Connor while she was institutionalized. Dr. Silberman later came to believe in Sarah Connor's tale of apocalypse coming. Bruce Davison took over the role played by Earl Boen in the first three Terminator films.

Greta Simpson

Special Agent Greta Simpson is portrayed by Catherine Dent. She is the partner of Special Agent James Ellison. She doubts his crusade to find Sarah Connor will lead to anything. She is killed by Cromartie in the season one finale.

Myron Stark

Myron Stark, portrayed by Todd Stashwick in the episode "Self-Made Man", is a T-888 who accidentally arrives in Los Angeles from the future on the night of December 31, 1920, due to a temporal error in the time displacement chamber. In addition to his arrival being ninety years premature, his time displacement field starts a fire in a speakeasy and kills forty-three people, including Will Chandler, the architect of Pico Tower in which Stark intends to kill Governor Mark Wyman on New Year's Eve, 2010. At the October 21, 1921, premier of The Sheik, Stark offers Will's father, Rupert Chandler twice the value of the land on which Pico Tower was to be built, but Chandler insists on keeping the land a memorial park.

Impervious to bullets, Stark becomes a masked bank robber in order to finance a construction business and drive Rupert Chandler into ruin. Newsreels of the time depict him as an unusual land developer: he frequently labors hard along-side his employees, pays his employees more than his competitors did, pays men of all races equally, and undercuts his competitors' prices. Stark is thus able to purchase the land on which the Pico Tower was destined to be built; he designs and constructs the tower and, a fortnight before its scheduled grand opening in May 1927, encases himself inside of a wall, facing into the main ballroom. There, he waits for more than eighty years, intending to kill the governor at the New Year's Eve celebration during the tower's post-earthquake reopening scheduled in 2010. On an unspecified date well in advance of the 2010 party, Cameron Phillips recognises him in a historical photograph from the night of the fire, while studying at night in the library. With the help of her friend, Eric, Cameron deduces Stark's activities and disappearance. She quickly determines his hiding place in the wall and, in the ensuing combat, immobilizes him with an elevator in order to deactivate and destroy him. There is no real-world tower at or near the corner of Pico Boulevard and 3rd Avenue.

Stark demonstrates a significant advantage of T-888s over the T-800s portrayed by Arnold Schwarzenegger. The T-800s' organic covering dies reasonably easily, at which point it takes on a waxy, corpse-like pallor, begins to decompose, and attracts vermin. Conversely, Stark's organic covering was pristine and life-like despite being dormant in a wall for eighty years.

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Justin Tuck

Justin Tuck, portrayed by Marcus Chait, heads the artificial intelligence project group at ZeiraCorp. He is stripped of much of his staff by the T-1001 posing as Catherine Weaver, ZeiraCorp's CEO, who transferrs them to her new Babylon project in the second season opener, "Samson & Delilah". Following the nighttime staff meeting in which Weaver announces the personnel transfers, Tuck complains to an unsympathetic fellow executive in the gentlemen's lavatory. When the other leaves, Tuck approaches the urinal and is taken aback when the surface of the urinal and wall become gelatinous and takes the form of his employer, Weaver. Pointing at Tuck's face, she suddenly impales him with a sharp extension of her finger, killing him.

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Victoria

Victoria, portrayed by Kit Pongetti, is an assistant to the T-1001 Terminator posing as Catherine Weaver at ZeiraCorp. She hires Dr. Sherman to treat her son Leo's emotional problems in the wake of her divorce. She recommends Dr. Sherman to Weaver to treat young Savannah.

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Mr. Walsh

Mr. Walsh, portrayed by Max Perlich, is a violent thief hired by the T-1001 posing as Catherine Weaver to obtain Andy Goode's Turk chess computer for her, for a fee of three hundred thousand dollars. Walsh, in turn, employs Margos Sarkissian and others who acquire the Turk from Andy Goode's partner. Walsh is later killed on the episode "Desert Cantos"

Catherine Weaver

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Catherine Weaver, portrayed by Shirley Manson, is the wife of Lachlan Weaver and the mother of Savannah Weaver. Reared in Edinburgh, Scotland, she is the daughter of a butcher who would bring home butcher paper for her. As an adult, she continues to use butcher paper and loves its smell. Catherine co-founds the technology company, ZeiraCorp, with her husband. In or about 2000 or 2001, Catherine gives birth to the couple's daughter, Savannah. Catherine's unnamed brother, a National Transportation Safety Board investigator, secretly provides her photographs of a 2002 commuter plane crash in the eastern Sierra Mountains, in which Terminator components are found among the wreckage. The Weavers then spend twenty million dollars attempting to reverse engineer Terminator technology. At some point, implied to be at or around the time of Lachlan's 2005 fatal helicopter crash, Catherine dies and is replaced by a T-1001 Terminator.

T-1001 posing as Catherine Weaver

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