|First:||"Goodbye to All That"|
|Actor:||Bobbi Sue Luther|
The Bar skank is an unnamed minor character featured in the Terminator multimedia franchise. Played by actress Bobbi Sue Luther, she appeared in the "Goodbye to All That" episode of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
The "bar skank" is actually the disguised form of a T-1001 Terminator. It is the Terminator that usually assumes the form of Catherine Weaver. Donning the guise of a woman at a bar, the T-1001 met with Serrano Point nuclear power plant manager, Mister Nelson.
The true identity of the original skank is unknown. It is unclear whether Catherine Weaver choose this particular look at random, or if she assimilated the form of another woman who had died. If so, then it stands to reason that there's probably a dead skank lying about somewhere.
The Catherine Weaver T-1001 took on this particular form, feeling that is appeal would be alluring to someone like Mister Nelson. The Terminator knew that Nelson's actions at the power plant threatened her goals with the Resistance.
Meeting him in a bar (hench the name bar skank), she seduced him and lured him outside where the two began making out. The Terminator morphed her tongue into an elongated projectile and used it to suffocate Nelson to death. 
Body count Edit
- 1 victim: Mister Nelson (as Bar skank)
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Bar skank was created by director Bryan Spicer and script writers Ashley Edward Miller and Zack Stentz.
- Actress Bobbi Sue Luther is also known for playing the role of an Orion slave girl on the "Borderland" episode of Star Trek: Enterprise.