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Commentaries on 4 Key Episodes by Executive Director Josh Friedman and Cast/Crew; ; The Continuing Chronicles: Terminator 8-Part Featurette Gallery; ; Terminated Scenes: Unaired Moments; ; The Storyboard Process: Cameron Goes Bad Illustrates How Key Sequences Are Mapped; ; Cameron vs Rosie Fight Rehearsal ; ; Gag Reel Disc #1 -- Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles 1.
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