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    [An earlier version of this PT was originally posted on July 23rd, 2015 on JoBlo's "DVD, Blu-Ray & Home Theater Discussion" forum.]

    Our children are built from our own imperfect flesh. We animate with magic and never truly know what they will do.
    - S. Connor



    "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - The Complete Second Season" was released on home video on September 22nd, 2009.

    It streeted against "The Haunted World Of El Superbeasto", "Wallace and Gromit: A Matter Of Loaf And Death" and "Adam Resurrected".

    This release originally came with an embossed cardboard foil slipcase which mirrored the case's wraparound - the front. The rear is a promo image. The rear of the slipcase has DVD details and specs.

    There was a single insert, a twelve page booklet; episode guide - with air dates and extras listing. This season set came in a thick transparent DVD case, holding the six discs.

    The artwork inside is a promo image with the cast under an overpass.

    - - -



    There was a single exclusive; from Best Buy once again. But NOT a steelbook case as the weekly ad states. Something different. This is a steel slipcase. This was available for DVD ($36.99) and Blu-Ray ($44.99) editions on street.

    The back of the metal slipcase came with a gummied glued sheet which mirrors the rear of the DVD case; contents/info.

    As with season one, wanted easy accessibility. The DVD case can become lodged in the steel. It's a firm fit.

    In 2013 I took out the DVD after finding season two on sale at Wal-Mart for ten bucks. Ended up buying it just for the slipcase and selling the extra copy. I lost money, but I have that foil slipcase over my release.

    The metal slipcase is now alone without the title inside - wrapped in a plastic bag, to keep it safe.



    Above is the regular cover. I'm way too anal. *shrugs*

    By the way, the steel slipcase's cover is the same image used on the booklet cover.

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    Rant.



    Had no problems with the addition of the Riley Dawson (Leven Rambin) character, the love interest for John. She too had her own dark secrets. It's too bad, she got a raw deal.

    I'm leaving out an entire subplot - go watch the show if you haven't. Great ideas, executed with a good budget and cast.

    Did enjoy the twisted sex scene.

    Well as much of a moment John (Thomas Dekker) and Cameron (Summer Glau) will ever get.

    The series finale - John cuts open his Protector and puts himself in...



    His hand inside her abdomen; feeling under her chest plate. Making sure her coolant for the fuel cell (power source) is working; was both awkward and intimate.

    - - - - - - - - - -

    Footnotes.



    Sounds bizarre; actor Michael Shanks auditioned for the role of Derek Reese (played by Brian Austin Green above). Shanks known for his role of Daniel Jackson on the long running cable series, "Stargate SG-1" (1997 - 2007; Showtime then Sci-Fi Channel) and it's spin-offs.

    - - -

    So why doesn't the Kate Brewster character appear in the series? She is John's (future) wife

    As mentioned in the last Past Tense, the series jumps over the events of "Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines" (2003). At this revised point; Kate (played by Claire Danes in T3) has yet to be reunited with John. Which could be awkward since she is now roughly a decade his senior.

    It is quite possible that had the series continued her character may have made an appearance. In terms of the show, Brewster does exist (a veterinarian), living somewhere unseen in Los Angeles with her husband. She was engaged to a different man, Scott Petersen (Mark Famiglietti) as seen in T3.

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    What happened to real Catherine Weaver (Shirley Manson)? And what exactly is her replacement?



    This could have been a two part or so flashback episodes. Only bits were given, but enough to hint at something much larger.

    In 2002 she and her husband, Lachlan (owners of ZeiraCorp) first discovered future technology among the wreckage of commuter plane crash in the eastern Sierra Mountains. They become obsessed with reverse engineering the found Terminator components.

    What was that mission? And who destroyed that plane. We'll never know.

    2005 there was a helicopter crash (near Barstow, CA), husband and wife were on board. It is suspected that Catherine was replaced with a machine; she miraculously survived the impact, Lachlan did not. Catherine took over the tech company.

    Unknown if the T-1001 created the accident or was present nearby and use their deaths as an opportunity for infiltration.

    The non-human woman is the next version above the T-1000 (an update as it were), a T-1001. Like her predecessor (played by Robert Patrick in "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" [1991]) she is composed of a mimetic polyalloy flesh, centillion nanobots; microscopic machines working in tandem - imitating human cells. The difference is her model is a faster shape-shifter with quicker recovery time.

    Imitation Catherine continues to reverse engineer future technology - her own war on SkyNet. This does make sense...

    With any computer program, there always is a Beta version. It can be assume that there was a Beta for SkyNet. This too became sentient, but unlike its younger sibling did not go full blown homicidal.



    Over the course of the show that chess playing computer The Turk was actually a separate, becoming A.I. entity. Which is why Imitation Catherine is so interested in John Henry - The Turk's system connected to the recovered Terminator body of Cromartie (Garret Dillahunt), "Project Babylon".

    In short; a rival A.I. to fight SkyNet. THREE A.I.s in this time line now.

    This series by the way - was singer Shirley Manson acting debut.

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    What happens next, after the season two cliff hanger?

    Not much is known; series creator, Josh Friedman had mapped out the first three seasons.

    What is known?

    Danny Dyson, son of Miles would have a major role. Could've been the new villain; he's the one directing Terminators (and aerial Hunter Killers - here called "Kraken") to kill Catherine and John Henry.



    There was some talk in 2010 that show might return as a series of direct-to-video movies, it never happened.

    It is unknown if Sarah would parent Savannah (Mackenzie Brooke Smith). Savannah being the human daughter of Catherine; an adoptive child, since the machine took over Catherine's identity.

    The request was given (to James Ellison [Richard T. Jones]) before Catherine and John went to the future - 'take care of my daughter'. This could make the timeline further complicated, Sarah may decide to raises Savannah as a back-up for John.

    Shades of the Dark Horse Comics' tale, "Endgame" (1992). In which Sarah gave birth, not to a son, but a daughter, Jane Connor. The result of so much time travel interference.

    Hey, a missed opportunity... Terminator candy.

    Bite sized (actual sized) NeuralNet Processor chocolate; shaped like Terminator CPUs. Sell to fanboys and fangirls alike. Sway! Or maybe a hard candy like a "Sweet Tart".

    I'll close this Terminator PT with a quote that sums up the movies and TV series quite well...

    We must conclude that the sequence of causality loops has become a whirlygig labyrinth of maybe hundreds, conceivably millions of loops. The movies and the various series might only be depicting scenes from a small percentage of events in this abyss of causality violations where humans end "somewhat on top".

    In the rest of timelines any humans would not be so lucky.
    - KhanneaSuntzu

    Kill switch pulled.

    That concludes the exclusives for Terminator saga. Come here on June 7th, 2018 for another television series, a fan favorite - month long coverage.
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    [An earlier version of this PT was originally posted on March 6th, 2014 on JoBlo's "DVD, Blu-Ray & Home Theater Discussion" forum.]

    *blop blop blop* "Twenty-Four"...



    "24: Season Four" was released on home video on December 6th, 2005.

    It streeted against "Cinderella Man", "Fantastic 4", "Thundercats: Season One, Volume Two" and "Ladies In Lavender".

    This release originally came with a non-embossed slipcase holding seven discs in a digipak; came with six page booklet - episode guide (with air dates) and special features listing. A ten page booklet with other 20th Century Fox TV shows on DVD (forty-two of them). A small folded booklet of "24" merchandise; from original novels, video games, CD soundtracks and season DVDs. A smaller single sheet insert, double side ad for "Hill Street Blues: The Complete First Season" and "NYPD Blue: Season 3".

    - - -



    On street, Best Buy offered the sole exclusive, a blue clip-on clock, shrinked wrapped (in a mini-bag) on the rear for $44.99. A minimum of fifteen copies with clock at stores.

    The store also offered a fifteen dollar discount if you also purchase any of the three previous seasons - on the same receipt.

    Sorry about the res on the clock. It was the best I could muster - believe me, I looked.

    Before you ask, don't know; though the image does appear that the clip-on also came with a mini-compass. *shrugs* My copy of season four was not bought at Best Buy, but from Wal-Mart. I did run into the clock when it was available, thought it looked cheap and passed. C'mon, that exclusive was pretty weak. That's like having an exclusive battery power checker for "Suburgatory: The Complete First Season" (not real by the way).

    Searched my archive; bought my copies of seasons 1 - 3 on Black Friday (November 25th) 2005 for $19.99 each at Best Buy. Sure, on street - season four was sold at Circuit City for $44.99 too.

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    Rant.



    Man, I still remember the online debate as to which was the better television experience; "24", "Lost" or "Battlestar Galactica" (Ron Moore reboot)? My answer is all of them. Each brought something to the table who's effects are still being felt.

    With very few exceptions, night time TV shows of the past were highly episodic; any episode could be aired out of order with near-zero impact on the series - designed that way, interchangeable; easy to sell to syndication and network reruns. Don't need your audience to pay attention - they can jump in at any time and still enjoy the program.

    That format was taken out back (while tied up) and shot in the head once the above shows became the public zeitgeist.

    Shows which benefited from the new shift (and aggressive continuity) include, "Veronica Mars" (2004), "Kidnapped" (2006), "Day Break" (2006), "Heroes" (2006), "Invasion" (2005), "Archer" (2009), "Desperate Housewives" (2004), "Magic City" (2012), "Once Upon A Time" (2011), "Dickensian" (2015), "Timeless" (2016), "Weeds" (2005), "Surface" (2005) and "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" (2008) to name just a few.

    All owe debt to such vanguards as "24". They are great morality tales with dire consequences for those within. It's why we watch and continue to talk about them years after the fact.

    Good stuff.

    I love this quote...

    At least Elisha Cuthbert is the hottness. The bitch who plays Chloe [Mary Lynn Rajskub] walks around every scene she's in with a face like she's sniffing farts.
    - Heckles

    I like Rajskub, but I can't defend her character - too true. Who knows? Maybe they regularly served pork and beans at the CTU (Counter Terrorist Unit) cafeteria with highly carbonated beverages. Man, that's nasty.

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    For me the more attractive woman that season was Reiko Aylesworth as CTU team member, Michelle Desseler (above left). Kim Raver as Audrey Raines didn't do it for me (she played Julia Neville on NBC's "Revolution" - previous PT entry; Part I, Part II). And Raver reprises her "24" role in "24: Live Another Day" (2014), good continuity.

    Incidentally, Aylesworth did three episodes of "Lost" in 2009 as Amy Goodspeed.

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    Void.

    My searches hasn't gotten me any new news on the lost, stop-motion animated flick from director Henry Selick.

    Voice cuts through the walls - rings through everything that's hollow. These bitter words recall. All that's left and hard to swallow.
    - The Birthday Massacre

    After making "Coraline" (2009), he was set to make "The Shadow King" for Disney; would've been his third animated feature for them; "The Nightmare Before Christmas" (1993, Tim Burton was the producer and writer) and "James And The Giant Peach" (1996). But the project fell apart (plug pulled in August 2012). Reason?

    Somewhat vague; creative differences of some kind and the fact that finished product would've have been made in time than their box office schedule.

    Disney wanted an October 2013 release.

    Similar thing happened to Tim Burton in 2012 with "Frankenweenie", that was his last feature for them. Studio was very upset with his vision; the movie was too dark, not kid friendly - they fired him. He was also accused of wasting company resources. Which means?

    Goth hookers and blow? Yeah, goth blow; it's sold in Halloween themed wrapping paper.

    "The Shadow King" - Disney had already laid down sizable geenbacks, $50 million to be exact. How much of it was in the can? *shurgs* I can tell you it was in production for over a year. 150 workers at Shademaker Prods. (San Francisco, CA) were given pink slips.

    Selick was handed the property to shop to another studio. The first thought was to go to Laika, production house which made "ParaNorman" (2012) and "Coraline". But that fell through too, budgetary issues.

    One of he last things I can find is Selick found a home at K5 International, a German based production/distribution company. They were suppose to help secure funding from European investors to finish the film. But that news was from early 2013.

    "The Shadow King" is not based on an existing story, an original tale written by Selick. It features the voice talents of Jaden Betts, Pamela Adlon, Brendan Gleeson, Jeffrey Tambor and Catherine O’Hara. As I understand their voices have already been recorded.

    THE SHADOW KING is a deliciously magical tale about nine-year-old New York orphan Hap who hides his fantastically weird hands with long fingers from a cruel world. But when a living shadow girl teaches him to make amazing hand shadows that come to life, his hands become incredible weapons in a shadow war against a ravenous monster bent on killing Hap’s brother Richard and ultimately destroying New York.
    - official K5 press release



    In August 2016, there was a comment on the film, that it was coming around. But what does that mean? He does good stuff. "Coraline" is my favorite stop-motion flick, so sway. I rank it above "Nightmare". It does. I hope this come out. Above is the K5 poster to lure potential backers.

    - - - - - - - - - -

    Footnotes.

    No surprise, a porno version was made; "24 XXX", an Axel Braun production.

    I’m a huge Jack Bauer fan, and I’m incredibly excited about this project. I’ve been wanting to do this for years, and now with Fox bringing 24 back in May, the timing is perfect.
    - Braun

    Story? Ha-ha!!!

    The cast includes Kurt Lockwood as Jack Bauer, Alektra Blue as Nina Myers, Kaylani Lei as Michelle Dessler, Claire Robbins as Chloe O’Brian, Brie Simone as Sherry Palmer, Penny Pax as "Naked" Mandy (assassin) and Riley Steele as Kim Bauer. You might remember Steele as the nude blonde girl (the underwater ballet) from "Piranha 3D" (2010).

    I love the show, and Elisha is such a hottie! This movie will have the same look and feel of the original TV show, and it's super funny without being stupid or disrespectful. Axel is always very adamant about making sure the audience can laugh with the characters and not at them, and I appreciate that, just as I appreciate being a part of such an awesome cast!
    - Ms. Steele

    The adult feature had a six day shoot in February with six sex scenes for Wicked Pictures.

    Another PT has concluded, hope you were informed and semi-entertained; my bar is only set so high. The next Past Tense will Jack-sack it on June 21st, 2018. As President Palmer would say "You're in good hands with Allstate".
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    [An earlier version of this PT was originally posted on July 10th, 2014 on JoBlo's "DVD, Blu-Ray & Home Theater Discussion" forum.]

    *blop blop blop* "Twenty-Four" again...



    "24: Redemption" was released on home video on November 25th, 2008.

    It streeted against "Hancock", "Pink Panther: Ultimate Collection" and "The Real Ghostbusters: Complete Collection".

    DVD did not come with a slipcover, but originally came with two inserts. 1) A three page folded advertisement for "24" seasons one through six on DVD; ad for "24" on the Fox Mobile Channel (on Flo); "Red Alert 3" video game; 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment TV seasons on DVD for various shows. And an ad for Ironworks Records, the record company owned by Kiefer Sutherland and Jude Cole; artist shown, "Rocco DeLuca And The Burden", "HoneyHoney" and "Billy Boy On Poison". The back cover has a PSA for Malaria in Africa. 2) The digital copy instructions, double sided, expired on November 24th, 2010.

    - - -

    Best Buy offered the only exclusive, a three disc set - "Digital Copy Edition" with bonus content.



    Steeted for $22.99, a three disc case; exclusives has a run time of 28:42 minutes. These bonus features are on disc two (presented in widescreen), not on a separate DVD. Disc one is the broadcast presentation. Disc two has the extended cut (seventeen minutes longer).

    Disc three holds the Digital Copy, another store exclusive. The music video by Rocco DeLuca is part of the regular bonus features.

    Not an exclusive - attached to the shrinkwrap was a small, folded coupon(s) from Domino's Pizza for various sandwiches. I cut mine out, but didn't pull it open. It's inside the insert - inside the case. I was careful, did not see any expiration; at least not that I could see without opening it. *nods*

    Remember having a scratched disc, made an exchange - bought on release day.

    - - - - - - - - - -

    Footnotes.

    Movie concerns itself on two hours in real time from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm, not a condense day as "24: Live Another Day". Not a jab, just an observation.



    You got sirens for a welcome. There's blood stains for your pain.
    - Duran Duran

    Bridges the gap between seasons six and the then to air season seven. "Redemption" had it's origins as a web series, the intent. But it kept growing and growing in scope until became more than webisodes, a full length movie.

    The program aired on November 23rd, 2008 (Fox), on a Sunday; three days later on home video.

    Not bad, but I'll be honest - not great. Lets say it was serviceable. As I wrote, I liked it.

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    Void.

    Once again an entry that's too short. Time to whip out quality filler. *wink*

    Volume II of dead television shows not on DVD. Volume one appeared in the PT for "Revenge: The Complete First Season" (Part I and Part II). Two offerings this time out...



    "Spy Game" - ABC 1997. The show centered on the exploits of E.C.H.O. (Emergency Counter Hostilities Organization), a lower tier intelligence agency; formed due to global downsizing - people with highly specialized skills who are now unemployed.

    What happens when former spies offer their talents to the highest bidder? Bad things. We follow agents Lorne Cash (Linden Ashby), a retired guy who reluctantly gets back in the game and his new younger partner, Max London (Allison Smith).

    Cash is classic James Bond; wits and muscle than gadgets (he can turn, use any object as a weapon), Max is the opposite, toys. She can fight too. When I say lower tier, don't mean under budget, they were not considered a big player in the spy community.

    Their biggest moment was handling the President's football; mobile device that can launch the U.S. nuclear arsenal.

    Series had lots of action and cool story lines. In this universe, Ross Perot was elected President. It featured in many bit roles and cameo; actors from various spy movies and TV series.

    Thirteen episodes were made, nine aired. It had all the hallmarks of being a cult show. But most have forgotten about it, deserved better.

    A year earlier, Smith played a teen in the NBC TV movie, "Lying Eyes" (December 9th, 1996). This feature centers on a high school cheerleader, Amy Miller (Cassidy Rae) who starts dating, Derek Bradshaw (Vincent Irizarry), a married man in his thirties. Amy has a dangerous stalker. Who could it be? Hint... it's the older model, the last teen Derek was dating.



    Look at that, found the promo image for it.

    Yeah it's Jennifer (Smith). The twist here? Derek gets away with it all. It ends with him courting yet another teen. This is on DVD twice over.

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    Of all the unreleased shows I've written about, this is the one I'm the most surprised hasn't happened.



    "The Amazing Spider-Man" aired in 1977 as a live action TV movie/pilot on CBS, later as a series the following year. I assumed this was a single season show; turns out it was two - quite brief seasons. Season one was five episodes and season two was seven.

    All of the hour long programs aired. Several were edited together and broadcast as two hour movies in later years. I saw them on KTLA's "Family Film Festival" which aired on the weekends in the 1980s. Same was done to "The Time Tunnel" (1966) and the "Planet Of The Apes" (1974) TV shows.

    Was a success, but expensive to make. In the end, numbers didn't equal enough for a third season. And a stigma CBS was trying to avoid, becoming the comic book network. They were airing "The Incredible Hulk" (1977) and "Wonder Woman" (1975) at the time and a few other comic related TV movies. Nowadays nobody would even blink. *sigh*

    Adding to the fire of cancelation is co-creator, Stan Lee worked on the show - called it juvenile. Steve Ditko was the other co-creator, trivia.

    *pop* Plug pulled.

    This incarnation removed all costumed foes in favor of more reality based villains; terrorists, a cult, evil scientist, dictator and bank robbers. Nicholas Hammond played Peter Parker/Spider-Man. He was so perfect for the part. I hold him in the same regard as Christopher Reeve as Superman (1978). It's hard to put into words... right person for the role; a college age Parker.

    He feels genuine, earnest - I believe him.

    Pilot movie had a theatrical release in the United Kingdom and was one of the early VHS releases in 1980. Also released on laser disc (SF078-5085) in Japan on January 25th, 1986 for 7800 JPY from RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video (single disc, double sided). This was a CLV title with Japanese subtitles. Came with a single sided chapter insert and OBI. I didn't own this.

    His web shooters were not biological; Parker built a wrist device that shot out the tendrils. One of the episodes featured Harold Sakata as the henchman battling Spidey. Sakata forever known as Oddjob from "Goldfinger" (1964).

    The show had an excellent jazzy opening credits, totally fits. I still remember, most sway. Go to YouTube, type in "The Amazing Spider-Man 70's Opening" in search. Or if you know how, "TbG9SKN7bBA". It's still there (as of writing), checked. Uploaded on September 6th, 2010 by CID296. This is what you're missing out on.

    Do not understand; even (the hardly animated) 1967 cartoon series was released on DVD in 2004 from Buena Vista Home Entertainment. Before going to grade school in the 1970s, used to watch that, syndication I think.

    By the way, my favorite Spidey rendering is the Mego version that appeared in the pages of the former toy collector's magazine, "Toyfare" (1997 - 2011). He was a total smart ass, quite indifferent to the chaos around him, yet the voice of reason. Man, I miss that mag. Made me laugh my ass off.

    That evolution became "Robot Chicken" (2005); magazine staffers Tom Root, Doug Goldstein and Matthew Senreich went to work on the series - so its spirit lives on. *nods*



    Above is the TV Guide ad for the series premiere - September 19th, 1977. Sorry about the image quality, it was the best I could do, the orginal image was crap.

    By the way, last month was looking at YT; episodes of '67 toon. Man, that stuff has aged so poorly, not kidding. It was on my list for DVD buys, glad I never got it. Have no desire to pursue now.

    Come back here on July 5th, 2018 for another slice. Could be tasty, could be mud in a pie - we'll both be surprised. *awkward smiles*
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