Terminator - The final chapter

Funny story written by IainB

Thursday, 18 June 2009

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The T001 - struggled to pass as human

After the massive multi-billion dollar success of the four films in the Terminator Trilogy, movie bosses have been scouring the internet looking for ideas for the fifth and probably final part in the Terminator franchise.

Scriptwriters and producers have decided to close all of the plot holes left in the previous four movies, and explain away all of the inconsistencies.

The first plot hole that they will address will be why each successive terminator has to come back to a point after the previous one, to explain why they didn't send the T1000 back to kill Reece, and why they couldn't send it back to stop Reece from even travelling in the first place.

Next up they will try and explain to the layman what is going on with parallel time lines. In essence, in the films, the terminators are destroyed, thus preventing Judgement Day, which means the future under the many worlds theory, so if SkyNet did kill John Connor, it would only have helped the SkyNet in a parallel time line, not its own...Scriptwriters are having a headache with this one.

They will also explain why, despite being supercomputers on legs, when the terminators view things, there are scrolling words at human speed on the display, and indeed, any words at all...and why they're in English. They will also explain the very slow pattern recognition that requires each human body part to be identified individually.

One plot hole they will not be covering is just how Arnold Schwarzenegger can keep playing an ageless robot despite looking like a geriatric old codger.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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