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Full Circle (Terminator:TSCC)

Title :: Full Circle
Word Count :: 200
Fandom :: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Spoilers: Season 2, episode 22 “Born to Run”
Disclaimer :: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and all related characters are copyright Josh Friedman, Fox Television Studios & James Cameron.

Note: This is a non-crossover and there are spoilers for the series finale. (Just wanted to mention it one last time.)


Full Circle

She was still graceful.

Even with human limitations she was graceful and tough and so much like Cameron that just looking at her made John’s head hurt. Logically he knew Cameron had been made in Allison’s image, but he couldn’t seem to push past that tidbit of intel enough to stop watching her, studying her like he had Cameron—like Derek and Kyle watched and studied him.

They didn’t trust him.

He didn’t blame them.

It was a catch twenty-two situation where John couldn’t get them to trust him and couldn’t find it in himself to trust them enough to tell them the truth. Derek had kept too much from John, his secrets had cost him Riley and a part of John wouldn’t allow himself to forget that.

He’d expected an instant connection to Kyle because of who he was, what he was to John, but he wasn’t those things. Not yet and perhaps, for this Kyle, not ever.

With Allison, she smiled and it hurt and John remembered why he’d come to the future. To find the only being that he could trust. He trusted metal more then the humans and maybe that was the scariest thing of all.

The End.
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