In November 2005, 20th Century Fox announced that it would produce a television series called Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles featuring the adventures of the title character and her son in the years after Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Fearing for his life he underwent sex reassignment surgery. She is fostered in Suffolk and several meetings are needed. She finds she cannot kill Dyson in front of his family. This series ran for 3 seasons. "[3] The family kept goats, chickens and ducks, while her father made dolls-house furniture to raise extra cash. She nearly does so but John persuades her they need its help. [citation needed], Learn how and when to remove this template message, Superman vs. The alternate ending for Terminator 2: Judgment Day, available on the Ultimate Edition DVD and the Skynet Edition Blu-ray, shows Sarah alive and well 30 years after the primary events of the film. Last 2 Edges Printable Version. As she entered the building, she fights and apparently kills a man named Ed Winston, who has wounded her leg. After the death of Kyle Reese, Sarah takes his warnings and the responsibility of raising her son to heart. Sarah plans to time travel and destroy Skynet to prevent Judgment Day. Fearing discovery and the certainty of a stable life, they flee again. Namenstage sind der 13. John Connor is Sarah's future son; he sends back a trusted sergeant, Kyle Reese, to protect his mother. Der semitische Name Sara oder Sarah geht in jüdischer und christlicher Tradition in der Regel auf die biblische Gestalt Sarai (hebräisch: שָׂרַי) zurück (Gen 11,29 EU), Abrahams Frau, die von Elohim (Gott) in Sarah (hebräisch: שָׂרָה) umbenannt wurde (Gen 17,15 EU). Derek thinks Sarah is losing her sanity. A distraught John destroys Clea Bennet alongside Dieter, who end up fleeing the military base. Her activities and claims of fighting evil robots from the future led to her being deemed incurable. Her brother is married to Swift's sister, Caroline. While recording the tape, a boy takes a photograph that he sells to her; John will give this to Kyle in the future before sending him back in time. In the third episode of the series, Sarah seeks to avoid getting cancer; she trains her body and takes vitamins and medications. Sarah is kidnapped by Cromartie, but she is rescued by John and James Ellison, an FBI agent who was earlier determined to bring her to justice. [7], Series creator Josh Friedman auditioned over 300 actress for the role; he said 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". [5] The choice of Headey was criticized by several fans and critics, who said she bore no resemblance to the athletic, muscular character portrayed by Hamilton. [10] When asked about her approach to the role, Headey said, "I'm playing a mother who is a single parent, bringing up a teenage son, who also happens to save the world—as a byline to her life. Scale for the assessment and rating of ataxia (SARA) 1)歩行 以下の2種類で判断する。①壁から安全な距離 をとって壁と平行に歩き、方向転換し、②帰りは 介助なしでつぎ足歩行(つま先に踵を継いで歩 く)を行う。 0:正常。歩行、方向転換、つぎ足歩行が困難なく10 [11], In August 2011, Beeny began presenting a new series for BBC One titled Village SOS. Sarah gains respect for the Model 101 and offers her hand in friendship before its final sacrifice. She visits Dr. Sherman again but is unable to be honest with him. So I approach that just trying to be honest within the boundaries of her ..."[11]. No Problem, But I Couldn't Handle Four Girls!,", "Beeny's Restoration Nightmare – Episode Guide – All 4", "Rise Hall – Beautiful wedding venue in the East Riding of Yorkshire", "Celebrities' open letter to Scotland – full text and list of signatories | Politics", Sarah Beeny profile on Octopus Publishing, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sarah_Beeny&oldid=987025278, People educated at Luckley-Oakfield School, Wikipedia articles needing rewrite from August 2019, Articles with unsourced statements from November 2019, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2013, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 4 November 2020, at 11:56. After John's defeat and the prevention of Skynet from spreading to computer servers worldwide, Sarah, Kyle and Pops prepare to face an unknown future, unaware that Skynet is now self-aware in Cyberdyne's underground facility. The final novel, T2: The Future War, shows the destruction Skynet causes around the world and its killing of 3 billion lives. They also owned Rise Hall, in the East Riding of Yorkshire; Beeny and Swift sold Rise Hall for £1.4 million in 2019. [3] Clarke's Sarah integrates elements of both Hamilton's portrayal and Furlong's portrayal of John in Terminator 2: Judgment Day; young Sarah teaches the android, which she calls "Pops", how to be more human and forms an emotional bond with the T-800, regarding it as a surrogate father after her parents' deaths. Meanwhile, Sarah has been attacked by Serena's second clone, Alissa, managing to destroy it and preventing it from succeeding in its mission. In the episode "Queen's Gambit", she discovers that her dead lover Kyle Reese has a brother named Derek, who is also a time-travelling Resistance agent. Following a lead from Charm Acres, Sarah visits the factory where Winston kidnapped her and subjected her to hallucinogenic drugs to find out why she bombed the factory and the identities of her accomplices. Most recently, Beeny presented Renovate Don't Relocate. Her issues are manageable (no aggression) and for someone wanting a quiet, occasionally silly lump she is perfect.