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McKinley High School's Glee Club used to be at the top of the show choir world, but years later, it has turned into a haven for misfits and social outcasts.
But at McKinley, things for the Glee Club are about to change. The show follows an optimistic high school teacher as he tries to refuel his own passion for singing while reinventing the school's glee club and challenging a group of underdogs to realize their star potential.
Driven by his secret past, Will is determined to do whatever it takes to make Glee great again, even though everyone around him thinks he's nuts.
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Well, this man done her wrong. Donna's husband ran off, leaving Donna with a teenage daughter and a young son.
Now she's open to Cleveland and has offered him another chance at love. Unattached after the Loretta-Quagmire debacle and true to his word, Cleveland joyously reunites with Donna, and he and Cleveland Jr.
The dynamics between Mike and Chill are the same as when they were kids, and their sibling rivalry hasn't lessened with age.
If they can stop their bickering, put aside their differences and learn to be teammates, the brothers might just turn out to be each other's biggest asset.
Their father, whom everyone refers to as COACH Carl Weathers, "Rocky" , is the local high school football coach and the conservative, opinionated alpha male of his clan.
Coach thinks he runs the show, but really it's Mom who calls the shots. Saucy, stern and a schemer, she is the mastermind of the family.
And when she learns that Mike's business manager took off with all his money, she orchestrates a plan to keep Mike in Houston, save Chill's restaurant and bring the family back together under one roof again all without anyone realizing what she's up to.
Mom's plan helps Mike realize that his family however dysfunctional they may be is the only family he's got.
And although he may not have a penny to his name, as long as he's surrounded by people who love him, he'll always be a rich man. The high-energy one-hour show will feature biting commentary on topical issues and heated panel discussions with recurring personalities.
The series' unique format will highlight Sykes' outspoken comedic perspective on current events and will also allow her to leave the studio to shoot segments in the field.
It takes a brave, selfless man to make himself a "human target" in order to save the lives of those in danger. Call him what you like, because for Chance, it's about one thing only: saving his clients' lives.
When there is an unusual or imminent threat that can't be solved through "normal" means of protection, Chance is hired to completely integrate himself into his clients' lives to become the human target.
If you're a corporate manager whose disgruntled employee has gone violently off the deep end, Chance is your new auditor.
John tells Sarah that he isn't moving and that it is like he's sleeping. Cameron tells Sarah that Carter's on Stand-By until his next objective or is triggered awake.
Cameron eventually enters the storage area to rescue John and steal the coltan, battles Carter and locks the Terminator inside.
Barbara Chamberlain was the city manager of Los Angeles, whose project would have become a part of Skynet's future infrastructure.
She was killed by Vick Chamberlain, a T posing as her husband. Vick Chamberlain , portrayed by Matt McColm , is a T Terminator sent back in time to help create a traffic surveillance network that Skynet hopes to use in the future.
An advanced infiltrator, Vick poses as the husband of city manager Barbara Chamberlain, murders one of her political enemies, and adapts his mission to attack a group of Resistance fighters, including Derek Reese , when he finds one of them spying on her.
Although his mission is not directly related to the Connors, he is their principal Terminator adversary early in the first season, while Cromartie obtains a new biological covering and begins his search for them anew.
Vick is first discovered by Cameron , Sarah Connor , and John Connor in "Gnothi Seauton", lying apparently deactivated among the corpses of time traveling Resistance soldiers in their hideout.
It is not clear how Vick was deactivated as he did not appear to be damaged in any way. It is possible that he was simply interrupted while searching the area, and decided to 'play dead'.
Cameron suggests that he was waiting to ambush the last member of the Resistance cell who turns out to be Derek Reese when he returned that evening.
Upon reactivation, Vick identifies Cameron as an "unknown cyborg", and he is programmed to evade and re-evaluate his mission.
Cameron and Sarah Connor give chase but are thwarted by traffic. In "Queen's Gambit", Vick learns that Derek Reese is in police custody, and gets himself arrested in order to kill Reese.
Sarah and Cameron rescue Derek, and once again fight Vick. Before being defeated by Cameron, Vick's hand is ripped off by a passing truck, becoming lost on the street.
Silberman in "The Demon Hand". Vick is terminated when Cameron pulls the CPU from his exposed metal skull. She later incinerates his endoskeleton less his missing hand with thermite.
As she prepares to do so, Charley Dixon describes Vick as "a scary robot" and Cameron as "a very scary robot.
John and Sarah decide to investigate its contents, Vick's mission, and his memories. In doing so, they learn that he maintained a marital relationship with Barbara Chamberlain.
Like Cameron, the T models are thus shown capable of mimicking affection and romance, and seducing human partners. After increasing the electrical power too much to the CPU by mistake, the disembodied Vick begins to take over John's computer to which he is connected, and tries to connect to the internet.
It is unknown whether he succeeded before being shut down. In the wake of his son's death on December 31, , Rupert Chandler promises to build a memorial park at the corner of 3rd Avenue and Pico Boulevard, where his son had planned to build his masterpiece, Pico Tower.
He is approached by T Terminator Myron Stark at the October 21, , premiere of The Sheik , who offers to pay twice the land's value, but Chandler refuses to sell.
Instead, Will Chandler and forty-two others are accidentally killed on December 31, , by Stark whose time displacement bubble arrives ninety years early and sets fire to the speakeasy in which they were celebrating New Year's Eve.
His Pico Tower is eventually built by Stark. There is no real-world tower at or near the corner of Pico Boulevard and 3rd Avenue.
Chola , portrayed by Sabrina Perez, is a member of Carlos' gang, functioning as the group's lookout. The character first appears in "Gnothi Seauton", in which Cameron studies and copies her body language in an order to better simulate human appearance.
In "What He Beheld", after Carlos' gang was killed off Chola visits the Connors and subsequently drives them to the hideout of the so-called False Sarkissian.
Afterward, she is seen driving the Connors home. Once the Connors are out of hearing range, Cameron offers to kill Chola, lest she reveal their location.
In the end, Cameron gives Chola a loaded sidearm with which to protect herself. She's next seen at the second season's finale, providing John Connor and Cameron with forged passports and a message from Sarah Connor; this being the first time since her first appearance in which she speaks.
Sarah Connor , portrayed by Lena Headey , is a major character in the Terminator series. She is the mother of John Connor who will one day become the leader of the human resistance.
The authorities, however, see her as a deranged fugitive. Series creator Josh Friedman saw over actresses for the role and described the actress he was looking for was someone "who embodied that spirit and who was believable in that role and not just some glammed up, Hollywood, actressy thing".
And the way I would play that is someone who's passionate and scared and angry and a mother, all these things. So I approach that just trying to be honest within the boundaries of her".
John Connor , portrayed by Thomas Dekker , is Sarah's son and the future leader of the human resistance.
He is only 15 years old at the beginning of the show, turning sixteen in the season one finale. As the series progresses, John struggles with his feelings for Cameron, who is a Terminator.
Dekker was cast after Headey secured the role of Sarah Connor. So it's very ironic that I'm getting to do this.
And I know for the younger generation and for myself, John was equally important to me as Sarah was, and I know a lot of the people that I hear from really, really care about John".
Her unborn son's name is Nick. She attended culinary school with a classmate who knew George Laszlo , and met Nick's policeman father, Trevor Jon Huertas when she was a year-old pastry chef in Silver Lake.
John pirates cable television for her, noting afterward to Sarah, "Nobody that pregnant should be forced to watch network television.
It's bad for the baby. Sarah bonds with her when the former takes her to hospital for pregnancy complications, and comforts her there.
Kacy and Trevor individually each tell Sarah of Kacy's fears about Trevor's profession; either that he will be killed or injured, or that he will "bring his work home".
She then telephones John and Riley, warning them that a man was looking for them just before Cromartie knocks on their door to look for Cameron.
Jordan Cowan , portrayed by Alessandra Torresani , is a classmate of John and Cameron, and is the first person whom Cameron is seen attempting to befriend in the series for no operational purpose.
She tries to cheer Jordan in the girls' lavatory by offering her the gift of a "tight" meaning "appealing" makeup product in the episode "The Turk".
Afterward, Cameron informs John that she made a friend. Jordan is upset over graffiti on a classroom door, which hinted she may have had a sexual liaison with a teacher or student.
Ashamed, she commits suicide by jumping off of the school's roof. John had wanted to save her, but Cameron thwarted his chance knowing that the family's cover would be blown with unwanted publicity if John effected a rescue.
John takes Jordan's death personally. Portrayed by Owain Yeoman in the pilot episode and then by Garret Dillahunt in later episodes.
It is a substitute teacher in the high school class that John is attending in and identifies itself as "Cromartie". During roll call, when John acknowledges his attendance, Cromartie removes a concealed pistol and attempts to kill John.
John escapes due to Cameron Phillips taking the bullets. Cameron later runs over Cromartie with a truck and briefly disables it.
Cromartie follows them home and engages Cameron in battle again. Unable to destroy Cromartie, Cameron instead shocks it with a live wire, incapacitating it for seconds.
Cromartie eventually tracks John, Sarah and Cameron to a bank vault, demonstrating the model's immense strength by tearing apart the thick vault door with his bare hands.
Intercepting them right before they travel to , it ends up shot by an energy rifle that was hidden in the vault and is supposedly destroyed.
It is later revealed, however, that Cromartie survived, although its biological covering was destroyed, and its head separated from its body.
Cromartie's head was transported to , along with John, Sarah, and Cameron, and is subsequently found by a salvager. The head is able to reactivate the body and able to guide it to its position.
After killing the salvager and reattaching the head to its body, the Cromartie terminator, under heavy disguise, searches for a new biological covering.
Its search leads it to a medical scientist, Dr. Flemming, who specializes in cellular growth. When Cromartie shows him a formula to create artificial flesh at an exponential rate, Dr.
Flemming is eager to complete the task. However, after the cyborg receives his new flesh covering, it kills the scientist and takes his eyes to cover its own.
Cromartie later seeks the aid of a plastic surgeon, Dr. David Lyman, to build it a new face. After scanning through pictures of all of Dr.
It later kills Dr. Lyman and Laszlo, and steals Laszlo's identity. The entire team is killed except for Ellison, who is left face to face with Cromartie in a final showdown.
When Ellison lowers his gun in resignation, Cromartie simply stares at him and walks away without firing. Later that evening when Ellison goes to the ruins of Sarah Connor's house, he is startled to see Cromartie walk up.
Ellison tells it that if he was left alive so that he could lead Cromartie to the Connors then he might as well be killed right now, because he will not do "The devil's work".
The Terminator replies "We'll see", before walking away again. Later, in the season two episode "The Mousetrap", Cromartie kidnapped Charley Dixon's wife, Michelle, to lure Sarah out so it could hunt John without interference.
Most of them survived, but Michelle was fatally wounded by the bomb's shrapnel and died from severe blood loss. Cromartie mimicked Sarah's voice in a phone call to John to bring him out into public, but John spotted Cromartie stalking him and runs to escape.
Cromartie dove into the ocean after John, and sank to the bottom, nearly dragging John down with it, though John escaped by a narrow margin.
However, Cromartie was later shown walking out of the ocean, which indicates that Terminators are capable of surviving under water. It later appeared at Michelle Dixon's funeral, probably waiting to find John Connor.
In the episode "Brothers of Nablus," during its continuous search for the Connors, Cromartie saved Ellison from a double sent by Skynet.
Despite the cyborg's mission, it is shown that Cromartie disagrees with Skynet's belief that Ellison is useless since leaving the FBI and holds that Ellison can still lead it to the Connors even though the former agent is no longer under the employ of the FBI.
These events lead Ellison to intensify his obsession to bring the cyborg down as the former agent is unwilling to be his pawn. This event is also a reminder of how terminators are loyal to their mission, not their creator.
The team buried the endoskeleton outside a Mexican church, promising Ellison to return with materials to destroy it permanently, and Sarah destroyed its CPU beyond repair with the butt of an MP5 , apparently "killing" it once and for all.
The title of this episode, "Mr. Ferguson Is Ill Today," is a reference to Cromartie's initial appearance in the pilot episode when it masqueraded as John Connor's substitute teacher.
In the following episode, "Strange Things Happen At The One Two Point", Weaver reveals to Ellison that her Babylon project team have repaired Cromartie's body and connected it to the sentient computer mind developed from Andy Goode 's Turk chess computer - the artificial intelligence believed destined to become Skynet.
Operating Cromartie's former head, the system politely greets a shocked Ellison and identifies himself as " John Henry ", a name recently given to it by the late Dr.
Boyd Sherman. The endoskeleton structure contains some upgrades, including additional armor plating to protect the spinal column and chest, as well as bladed surfaces on the inner thighs, allowing a presumably fleshless T to decapitate a human if it can get them in a headlock between its legs.
If decapitated, a T's head can guide the body to itself, even over long distances. Additionally, the silicon CPU chip is directly attached to the shock-damping assembly, whereas on the T this was a separate piece which required removal before the CPU chip itself could be accessed.
Ferguson Is Ill Today" and the voice having been adopted by the Terminator only after taking Laszlo's appearance.
T flesh can retain its natural appearance for decades as demonstrated by Myron Stark who encased himself in a wall from May until the unspecified date December 1,  through late  in episode, "Self-Made Man".
Like Cameron, Cromartie has been able to defeat and outsmart other Terminators, strongly suggesting that lifetime and experience makes the Terminators more effective.
She speaks with an English accent and she's also addicted to nicotine as it was seen when Sarah catches her smoking when they first meet.
She admits having an addiction but doesn't really regret it. Dana also mentions having a soft spot for young men that is seen when she flirtatiously greets John Connor during visiting hours.
She tells Sarah that in her dreams she's burning, a condition which Sarah associates with her smoking habit.
She's last seen when her portion of the room burns but it's implied by the nurse that she pulled through the incident.
Riley Dawson , portrayed by Leven Rambin , is John's new love interest that he meets at school, much to the consternation of Sarah.
John does not reveal the story of his life to her, but as they get closer, he realizes he is endangering her life.
Unknown to John, a resistance fighter, Jesse, has brought Riley back from the future to prevent John from getting too close to Cameron, and to get close to John.
She appears to develop genuine romantic feelings for John. Jesse later kills Riley after a struggle. Charley Dixon , portrayed by Dean Winters , is Sarah Connor 's fiance in before she leaves him, fearing discovery of her true identity and thus her son John 's death.
There, he settles, meets, and eventually marries Michelle Dixon. Eight years later, Charley immediately recognizes Sarah and John from the television news reports of their nude appearance in the middle of Interstate Highway the bank explosion was a time displacement field that transported the Connors, Cameron , and the flaming head of a T forward in time.
After helping to save the life of John's uncle Derek Reese , Charley learns of John's father's identity , Sarah's past, and the impending future of Skynet.
Cromartie , the T pursuing the Connors, kidnaps Charley's wife to lure Sarah, intercept her telephone conversation with John, and prevent Sarah's interference in Cromartie's hunt for John.
After Sarah arrives at Michelle's location with Derek and Charley, and Sarah talks to John on the phone, Cromartie detonates explosives at the base of a mobile communications antenna tower, rendering it useless and nearly killing the four humans in the adjoining structure onto which it falls.
Sarah, Derek and Charley receive only superficial wounds, but Michelle is severely injured by the flying debris, leaving Charley a widower when she succumbs to her wounds later in the episode.
In the episode "To The Lighthouse", it is revealed that he relocated to a lighthouse on an island. When the island is invaded possibly by Kaliba goons , however, Charley is killed while trying to fight them off with a gun.
He was assigned with the mission to acquire a special package stored on an oil platform near Indonesia from a group of rather early model Terminators.
He's visibly distraught by the encounter with a "Rubberskin" and begins to question the Resistance's co-operation with the machines.
In "The Last Voyage of the Jimmy Carter" he breaks into the cargo bay to see what the package contains which turns out to be a frozen T During his argument with Jesse about his intrusion, the cryogenic casing thaws and T gets loose, killing Officer Goodnow and assumes her shape.
Afterwards Dietz becomes highly paranoid and clashes with Jesse. He harasses Jesse and gets struck down by her, starting a fight. As he stands over Jesse to possibly murder her, he's grabbed by Queeg, who slams him to a nearby wall, killing him on the spot.
In the season two episode "Automatic for the People", she is told about Terminators by James Ellison. She is kidnapped, bound, and gagged by Cromartie and dies from injuries in the next episode, "The Mousetrap".
Terissa Dyson is portrayed by Charlayne Woodard. She is the widow of Dr. Miles Dyson, the original designer of SkyNet. Charlayne Woodard takes over the role from S.
Sarah visits her twice, both times to push for information on the potential continuation of her husband's work. During their final encounter, she reluctantly offers up the much needed information, but is dismayed at the fact more people will die in the struggle.
James Ellison Richard T. At first puzzled by what he initially thinks is Sarah's outlandish story, he later collects inexplicable evidence of the Terminators including the body of Cromartie and gradually realizes the truth.
Jones describes his character as a "man of faith"  and likens him to that of Tommy Lee Jones in The Fugitive. She aborted her pregnancy without her first husband's knowledge, which led to their eventual divorce, as James Ellison couldn't cope with the knowledge that Lila sacrificed their unborn child for the sake of her career.
She is now married to Paul. Eric , portrayed by Billy Lush , is a graduate student who works nights in a library. Eric allows Cameron off-hours access to the library.
In appreciation, she brings him his favorite doughnuts glazed, rainbow sprinkled and cinnamon twisted at each visit.
Cameron, who secretly studies literature and arcane world history, identifies him as her only friend. Dependent on a wheelchair, he is, like her, an amalgamation of biological material and machinery: organic tissues surrounded by a mechanized metal exoskeleton , in contrast to her organic tissues surrounding a mechanized metal endoskeleton.
They are each somewhat socially isolated, and aware of their respective malfunctioning programming his malignant chromosomes and her damaged CPU.
Cameron reads Othello, the Moor of Venice at Eric's request. Cameron confides in Eric potentially compromising information for no tactical gain.
Although unaware that Cameron is not human, or that her "brother" will save humanity from machines, Eric is entrusted with the knowledge that Cameron carries a concealed sidearm and has used it to protect her brother from people who wish to harm him.
Using telephone directories as a backstop, she allows Eric to fire her 9 mm Glock pistol and gives him the still-hot bullet as a keepsake.
Before Cameron traveled with John in "Complications" to destroy Cromartie 's endoskeleton, she informed Eric that the two were going to Mexico to see a friend.
She does not pretend to struggle with his weight when she carries him upstairs to the film vault, nor does she conceal her ability to read a microfiche with her naked 'eye'.
She tells Eric of her ability to calculate the date by the seemingly imperceptible movement of stars relative to each other, and reveals her superhuman diagnostic capabilities.
Eric admits his previous battle with bone cancer but claims to be in remission. Cameron, however, diagnoses his Ewing's sarcoma , identifying a small secondary tumor in his arm, a possible tumor in his lungs, an eight percent decrease in his body weight over the preceding fortnight, and reduced muscle strength.
Due to Cameron's lack of social skills and tact when revealing this to him, Eric becomes upset with her and tells her to leave.
The next time Cameron visits the library at night, Eric is not there, but Cameron is instead accepted into the building by his apparent replacement.
She is a homemaker who begins an affair with neighbour Roger Shaffer after David falls and injures his back. Her relationship with Roger twice puts her family at risk from an unnamed T When Roger approaches the Fields' home for a liaison, believing David and Lauren to be away camping, Anne destroys Sarah Connor 's electrical boobytrap, leaving them effectively defenseless.
Six months later, she telephones Roger while the Fields are in hiding. The call is intercepted by the T who promptly arrives at their motel.
Anne is severely wounded by the T, but David's defense provides Anne and Lauren enough time to escape and call Sarah for help.
Lauren and Derek Reese tend to Anne's wounds in a vacant maintenance garage and deliver Sydney. Derek informed Anne and Lauren of the motive of the T - her unborn daughter's future importance in combating a plague caused by Skynet.
He also revealed the name the family would've given to the baby, Sydney, if their lives hadn't been interfered with by the T Anne dies moments after giving birth.
Lauren leaves her necklace and Saint Jude medal on Anne's body, lest they serve as a Terminator's sighting target on herself. David Fields , portrayed by Carlos Jacott , is the husband of Anne Fields , the father of Lauren Fields , and the nominal but not biological father of Sydney Fields whom he predeceases.
He takes prescription narcotics in response to his back injury. David and Lauren enjoy camping and building birdhouses. Anne cuckolds him regularly with their next-property neighbour, Roger Shaffer.
Sarah Connor and Cameron identify his family as the target named by the time-travelling resistance soldier in blood on their basement window.
David is a banker who conducts illegal banking transactions for a technology company, Simdyne Cybernetics Corporation, and is therefore assumed by Sarah to be the target of the unnamed T hunting them.
Retrieving his revolver from the waistband of the inoperative Cameron, David ventures out of the family's home toward the approaching T and offers himself in order to spare his family.
The T, however identifies David as a harmless non-target and tosses him aside. Six months later, David sacrifices himself again to protect his family.
When the T finds them in a motel, David empties a Mossberg shotgun into the T before manually attacking it with a table leg and curtain rod.
David dies, but he delays the T long enough for the Fields to escape  and for Sarah to arrive and destroy the T She is the half-sister and adoptive mother of Sydney Fields.
She meets Sarah Connor and Cameron six months before Sydney's birth, when Sarah and Cameron invade her family's home and protect them from an unnamed T in the present.
Lauren enjoys camping and building birdhouses with her father, and is aware that her father is regularly cuckolded by her mother with neighbour Roger Shaffer.
Lauren informs Sarah of her banker father's dealings with technology company Simdyne Cybernetics. The two thus incorrectly theorise that he is a target.
Six months later, the T finds the family again, but Lauren and her pregnant mother are able to escape and telephone Sarah who sends Derek Reese.
Derek quickly recognises Lauren's aptitude and emotional preparedness for soldiering, both in her general demeanor and her confident handling of a large-caliber sidearm.
Lauren and Derek deliver baby Sydney, and Derek invites the two orphaned Fields girls to live with the Connors. While Derek telephones Sarah, however, Lauren disappears with Sydney, leaving behind her necklace and Saint Jude medal, lest they be used as a sighting target.
In , Lauren is among those at Serrano Point, treating the infected Derek and Jesse with antibodies produced by Sydney.
Sydney Fields , portrayed by one or more uncredited infant s in the present and Haley Hudson in , is the issue of the adulterous liaison between Anne Fields and Roger Shaffer her nominal father is Anne's husband, David Fields.
However, Sarkissian managed to catch Cameron in a car bomb, as part of the season finale's cliffhanger. Two additional plot lines are also developed over the course of the season.
In the fourth episode, " Heavy Metal ", Cameron discovered that Cromartie now portrayed by Garret Dillahunt continued to pursue John after the events of the pilot.
The cyborg has collected a bar of coltan —a metal used in Terminators' endoskeletons —and a computer chip from a Terminator destroyed in the episode " Queen's Gambit ".
In the second season finale, Cameron denies that exposure to Terminators and their shielded nuclear power cells cause cancer in humans, as John believes that if his mother is sick it could be from living with her for so long.
Cameron states that she has internal sensors to detect radiation leakage. While rescuing Sarah from the Los Angeles County lockup, Cameron sustains heavy damage, including the loss of her left eye covering.
Cameron then enters the basement of ZeiraCorp to find John Henry. The cyborg's body is subsequently found inside the room where John Henry was kept, but missing its chip as the original chip from Cromartie was destroyed by Sarah Connor.
When John and the T give chase into the future, a character portrayed by Summer Glau is present, but it is Allison Young, and not Cameron, as Josh Friedman stated in the audio commentary to the finale episode of the show the dog is not barking at her and she acts as a human female rather than as Cameron.
In a poll held by E! Glau [is] terrific as the flesh and blood Allison, and it's wonderful to see her display unbridled emotion The actual character, Cameron, has also received a mixed response.
A reviewer for the Los Angeles Times said that Cameron "conveys an intriguing, if limited, humanity that, one hopes, will enrich future story lines".
In a review of the episode " The Turk ", Marc Bernardin of Entertainment Weekly called Cameron an "inconsistent machine", saying that in the first episode she could "navigate high school like a pro", but that after, she "displayed an alarming lack of savvy when dealing with members of the human race".
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