-Cameron or the writers or both forgot we already learned what the three dots meant, or the writers don't care and are going to milk it anyway.
-If you have short hair, it means you're a man.
-Sarah's life has been transformed by the whole Skynet/Terminator business. Well, okay, it's nice to touch base with that now and then, but I'd rather not have it coupled with
-Sarah's getting gullible and sloppy.
-Apparently Jesse's more of jerk when Natalie Chaidez writes her.
-Reilly's apparently supposed to keep Cameron and John apart. Yeah, she's doing a bang up job.
That was actually the plot thread that interested me the most, so, of course, it felt like only about a third of it was written. I love all the reaction shots of Cameron, and the beats before she says something. I like looking at her face and wondering, "Wow, what's she gonna say? It could be anything!" I don't think there's a single person watching the show right now who doesn't want to see more of Cameron. I think the main reason we're not seeing more of her is the writers are afraid of screwing up once they commit to something.
I rather like how we still don't know what Shirley Manson's supposed to be doing. I find the whole John Henry thing a little silly, though, especially now that God is involved.
I noticed, perusing imdb last night, that Lena Headey was fourteen years-old when Thomas Dekker was born. I guess Dekker's supposed to be playing John as fifteen on the show, which suggests Linda Hamilton, at age 28, was playing an eighteen year-old in the first Terminator film.
I'm not saying Lena Headey's miscast. I'm just saying Thomas Dekker's all wrong.
Not much else to say about yesterday, of course. I spent all night drawing, except when I went to the grocery store. Now I have more hummus and tea.