Sarah. Sarah, try to drink some of this. Listen, are you sure it’s them? I mean,
maybe I should look at the bodies. No. They’ve been identified
and there’s no doubt. Ginger. – Kiddo.
– Sarah… – Sarah, this is Dr. Silberman.
– Hi, Sarah. I want you to tell him everything
Reese told you. Do you feel up to that? Yeah, I guess so. – You’re a doctor?
– Criminal psychologist. – Is Reese crazy?
– That’s what we’re gonna find out. So you’re a soldier. Fighting for whom? With the 132nd under Perry.
From ’21 to ’27. That’s the year 2027?That’s right. Then I was assigned…– This is fucking great.
– …under John Connor.– Who was the enemy?
– A computer defense system built… Goddamn. Sorry. …built for SAC-NORAD
by Cyberdyne Systems. I see. And this computer thinks it can win
by killing the mother of its enemy. Killing him, in effect,
before he’s even conceived. A sort of retroactive abortion? Silberman cracks me up.
Last week, a guy burned his Afghan. – He screwed it first…
– Ed, shut up. Why didn’t the computer
just kill Connor then? Why this elaborate scheme
with the Terminator? It had no choice.
Their defense grid was smashed. We’d won. Taking out Connor then
would make no difference. Skynet had to wipe out
his entire existence. Is that when you captured the lab
complex and found… What is it called? The time displacement equipment? That’s right. The Terminator
had already gone through. Connor sent me to intercept
and they blew the whole place. Well, how are you supposed to get back? I can’t. Nobody goes home.
Nobody else comes through. It’s just him and me.