Over in Weaver's office, Ellison is staring at the moray eel which could very well be Weaver herself, except here she comes to have a little chat about reading the witness report. "He comes across as crazy, doesn't he?" she asks him. "Who wouldn't?" asks Ellison. "You, if you'd tell me the truth," she says. Then she asks him if he has a twin. He does, but doesn't know where it is now. I don't know if it's smart of him not to explain that it was destroyed by another terminator. "Why did it come?" she asks. "I think I'm being tested," he says. Like Job, says Weaver, which gives Ellison a boner because she's heard of the famous biblical story of Job, who took all the shit God gave him. "He didn't renounce God, and God spared him," says Ellison. "So, who spared you?" asks Weaver. Spare me, please.
See, this is why Cameron's way is better. Chrome Artie's at Alien Lanes, chatting up the teenager Sarah found in the bathroom. And by "chatting up," I mean, "interrogating the poor kid, who's duct-taped to a chair." Chrome Artie asks him where he got the credit cards. The kid plays dumb, but Artie's not buying it. "She said she would find me. She said she would kill me," says the kid, almost crying. "I promise you, she won't," says Chrome Artie. Then he "smiles." Hee. I want that on my computer desktop.