|"The Demon Hand"|
Season 1, Episode 7
|Airdate||February 25th, 2008|
|Producer||John Enbom; Natalie Chaidez; James Middleton; Toni Graphia; Mario F. Kassar; Andrew G. Vajna; Joel B. Michaels; Jill Danton; John Wirth; Josh Friedman; Aaron Miller|
|Starring||Lena Headey; Thomas Dekker; Summer Glau; Richard T. Jones|
|Previous||"Dungeons & Dragons"|
"The Demon Hand" is the seventh episode of season one of the science fiction/action TV series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, which is based on the popular Terminator film series created by James Cameron back in 1984. The episode was directed by Charles Beeson with a script written by Toni Graphia. It first aired on the FOX Network on Friday, February 25th, 2008 at 8:00 pm.
Principal Cast Edit
|Lena Headey||Sarah Connor|
|Thomas Dekker||John Connor|
|Summer Glau||Cameron Phillips|
|Richard T. Jones||James Ellison|
Guest Stars Edit
|Mark Ivanir||Dmitri Shipkov|
|Traber Burns||Chief of Staff|
|Brian Austin Green||Derek Reese|
|Bruce Davison||Doctor Peter Silberman|
|Mark Bloom||FBI evidence clerk|
|Ron Butler||Social worker|
|Alex Veadov||Russian man|
Based on characters created by James Cameron and Gale Anne Hurd
Notes & Trivia Edit
- "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: The Demon Hand" redirects to this page.
- This episode is production code number 3T6855.
- This episode is rated TV-14.
- This episode is included on disc three of the Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: The Complete First Season DVD collection.
- Associate producer Aaron Miller is credited in the end-title sequence to this episode.
- Actor Brian Austin Green is given an "And" prefix in the guest-starring credits for this episode.
- Actor Bruce Davison is given a "Special Guest Star" credit for his appearance in this episode.
- This is the first episode of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles directed by Charles Beeson. He directs four episodes of the series in total. This is his only episode from season one.
- This is the first episode of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles written by Toni Graphia. She writes five episodes of the series in total. This is her only episode from season one.
- It is of no surprise to anyone that Summer Glau did all of her own dance maneuvers in this episode. Prior to acting, she was a classically trained ballerina.
- Doctor Peter Silberman is a character who originally appeared in the first Terminator film as well as Terminator 2: Judgment Day. In the original films, he was played by actor Earl Boen. In this episode, the character is played by Bruce Davison.
- The beginning scene with Cameron Phillips disguised as a motorcycle cop is a send-up to Robert Patrick's character, the T-1000 Terminator, who likewise impersonated a motorcycle cop in Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
- Intentional alteration: In the original film series, Sarah Connor had blonde-hair. Up until this point, it was always assumed that Sarah died her hair black. However, the video footage from the Pescadero State Hospital shows a dark-haired Sarah Connor, which is in conflict with the continuity of the original films.
- Derek Reese: You're making a mistake.
- Sarah Connor: How's that?
- Derek Reese: The machine's gotta go.
- Sarah Connor: This morning you had me sending her out to do our dirty work.
- Derek Reese: Dirty work is all they're good for. Don't let yourself think that you can train them like a pet, 'cause it will be the last thing that you think.
- Sarah Connor: John...
- Derek Reese: John doesn't know everything.
- Sarah Connor: You should be resting.
- Derek Reese: They never rest.
- Sarah Connor: The date on the tape, June 8th, 1997, do you know that date?
- John Connor: I do now. It is the date you gave up being my mother.
- Sarah Connor: (when Cameron comes home dressed as a cop) And somewhere in the city a naked cop bleeds in an alley.
See also Edit
The World of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
External Links Edit
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