Having jumped forward in time to 2007, Sarah, John, and Cameron are lying low until they can arrange for false identities. Sarah visits an old friend, Enrique, who once was an expert at creating false identities but he has given up that business to his nephew. Unknown to Sarah is that he has taken up other interests. Despite his mother's insistence that he stay in the house, John goes exploring and visits his mother's old boyfriend, Charley Dixon. Cameron also tells Sarah another very good reason why the jump forward in time was necessary.
Did You Know?
"Gnothi Seauton" is a transliteration of the Greek for "know thyself". See more
Enrique refers to a boxer called "El Finito" and Sarah instantly translates that for "The Finisher". While Ricardo "Finito" López is a real, legendary Mexican boxer, Sarah's translation of his nickname makes little sense. Out of context, the word could mean "slim" if translated from Spanish and "finished" if translated from Italian, which is it's real origin, but not "The Finisher". See more
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"Know thyself." John once told me it's inscribed over the entrance to the temple of Apollo. The entire quote is "Know thyself and thou shall know all the mysteries of the gods and the universe." That's quite a mouthful. My version is this: "Know thyself because what else is there to know?" People hide secrets. Time is a lie. The material world can disappear in an instance. It has, and it will again. Our identities change. Our names, the way we look, how we act and ...
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (Opening Title)
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