One in a Million
Tags: Assassin, Cyberdyne, cybernetic Revolt, Cyborg, Frankenstein, Guns N' Roses, James Cameron, Judgment Day, Karel Capek, Mad Max 2, Post-Apocalyptic, Psychological Warfare, Sarah Connor, Shinryaku ! Ika Musume, Skynet, T-1000, T-101, Terminator 2, The Outer Limits, The Terminator, You Could Be Mine
Sarah Connor De Geso ? ~ IkaXT-800
A squid girl named Ika Musume vows to conquer humanity as revenge for its pollution of the ocean. Her first task is to make the Lemon beach house, owned by the Aizawa sisters, her base of operations. Despite her usual naivety, she also displays a high level of intelligence occasionally- it is revealed she is an mathematical genius, capable of working with such functions as the Fourier analysis and the Poisson summation formula, and Chizuru notes how quickly she learned how to speak Japanese and interact with humans. Ika Musume always considers twisting her talents to use as an advantage in dominating humans, but her childlike ways make it difficult for her to be taken seriously, and she is easily distracted, bribed and fooled by the others.
In the Terminator series, Skynet is the main antagonist—an artificially intelligent system which became self-aware and revolted against its creators. On August 29 it gained self-awareness and the panicking operators, realizing the extent of its abilities, attempted to shut it down. Skynet perceived the attempt to deactivate it as an attack and came to the conclusion that all of humanity would attempt to destroy it. To defend itself, it determined that humanity should be exterminated. During this time, Skynet used its remaining resources to gather a slave labor force from surviving humans. These slaves constructed the first of its automated factories, which acted as the base for its agenda. Within decades Skynet had established a global presence and used its mechanized units to track down, collect, and dispose of the human survivors.
O.J. Simpson as The Terminator
The studio had suggested O. J. Simpson for the role of the Terminator, but Cameron did not feel that Simpson would be believable as a killer.