John saying with desperation “He’s got her chip. He’s got her" is just so meaningful because he isn’t in love with Cameron because she’s in that human like "body" of the cyborg even if the attraction at first was because of it. Without the chip, she is not Cameron and no matter even if he can invent a chip and put it into that body, it won’t make her Cameron. And while Charlie, Derek and Jesse refer to Cameron as "it" or "the metal" sometimes, John has never seen her simply as that. He has never lost sight that she’s a cyborg yet he knows she’s more. And this is why when he lands up in the future where no one knows him, not even his father or Derek and he sees Allison, he has hope because he thinks for a second she’s Cameron but then she plays with dog and smiles and his face falls because she’s not her. She’s not Cameron.
Things are good now. Things are fine now. I ran a test. Things are good now. I’m fixed now.
Midnight is the witching hour… if you believe in that kind of thing and most people won’t admit it if they do. Midnight is the time when a door opens from our world into the next, and we are visited by the dark spirits of the shadow lands. The incubus, the succubus, the old hag. Visitors are known by many names, but each story bears the same marks. The demons come after midnight in the first three hours of the new day, when we are alone and vulnerable, deep asleep and helpless, when we cannot move. They lay on us, press on us, suffocate us. Take from us what is most precious. Our lives, our love, our sanity. Our sleep. If you believe in that kind of thing.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles; 2.16 - Some Must Watch, While Some Must Sleep
Day 01 - A show that should have never been canceled
terminator: the sarah connor chronicles
Then why don’t you? I might some day.
john/cameron in red
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