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October 11 2007

(SPOILER) On the Set of the Sarah Connor Chronicles. Contains an Interview with Rob Hall who worked on Buffy, Angel, and Firefly as a special makeup designer.

And according to IMDB.com he worked on Marti Noxon's Point Pleasant, Bones, and Tim Minear's The Inside.

[ edited by zeitgeist -periods at the ends of link titles make everyone live longer and more fulfilled lives- on 2007-10-11 04:47 ]

I'm hoping that since Eliza Dushku has that FOX deal she ends up on this show somehow. Either as a Terminator or as an ally of the Connors. Just imagine how cool it would be to see Eliza and Summer in a terminator brawl.
I doubt this will happen... but I'd pay good money to see Eliza and Summer brawling. And now I've got that image in my head.

I'll be in my bunk.
And the great thing is, with Terminators fighting, there really would be "oil of some kind involved" ;).

Yeah, it'd be nice to see ED, maybe for later in the series. I get the feeling they're aiming to get some mileage out of little tiny Summer kicking big, tank-like Terminator arse for a while. Once the novelty of that's worn off, they can start pitting her against enemies her own size but maybe with upgrades or whatever (gotta keep her the underdog).

(and as an aside, I wonder how actors feel about those full face casts ? It'd freak me the hell out, tellin' ya - both the actual process and looking at the end result. Even Summer's is unsettling and normally looking at Summer's face is, like, minus unsettling ;)
I thought the pilot episode was great. Enough action, several sub plots set up and an interesting way to sort out the timeline problem thing.

Interesting about the comments about John having to educate Cameron and teach her how to be human, makes me think about how much I would have loved April (Warrens first robot, played perfectly by Shonda Farr) to have stayed in Sunnydale. I guess her character would have been too similiar to Anya but it would have been great to have her become one of the scoobies. Maybe even introduce a sub clause to Asimovs three laws, "If it's got fangs you can hurt it".

[ edited by zz9 on 2007-10-11 19:23 ]

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