Andrew David Goode 
|Series:||Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles|
|Location:||Los Angeles, California|
|Born:||December 20th, 1978 |
|Died:||October 25th, 2007|
Andy Goode is a fictional computer programmer and retail clerk featured in the Terminator multimedia franchise. Played by actor Brendan Hines, he appeared in the FOX Network spin-off series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. He was introduced in episode 1x03, "The Turk" and made three appearances in the series in total.
Andy Goode was a computer expert and software engineer. He once worked for Cyberdyne Systems, but then went off to become the manager of an electronics store. Andy was responsible for the creation of a device which he called The Turk - a very sophisticated computer system that bordered on artificial intelligence.
Sarah Connor learned about Andy and his affiliation with Cyberdyne from Terissa Dyson. Tracking him down, she pretended to a customer at the store where he worked, but it was actually Andy himself who initiated a conversation with her. Andy asked Sarah out on a date. At first she turned him down, but upon reflecting upon how she could turn this to her advantage, decided to give him a shot. Sarah's true concern was that the Turk might be a stepping stone in the road towards the development of Skynet. 
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Andy Goode was created by director Paul Edwards and teleplay writer and executive producer John Wirth.
- In the alternate future timeline of 2027, Andy Goode went by the alias of Billy Wisher and admitted to Derek Reese that he had created the Turk, which eventually evolved into Skynet.
- Andy's alias, Billy Wisher, is named for William Wisher, Jr. - the screenwriter on the original The Terminator.