T-850 Sync

T-850 Sets His Clock

2004 is the year a postponed Judgment Day[1] occurs due to the events of 1995.

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines


24 (Saturday)[2]
25 (Sunday)[6]
  • While looking for Katherine Brewster at the Emery Animal Hospital, the T-X murders a female cat owner named Betsy.[4]
  • Still searching for Katherine Bewster, the T-X determines that her primary target, John Connor is somewhere nearby.[4]
  • The Emery Animal Hospital is severely damaged when the T-850 rescues Katherine Brewster from the T-X.[4]
  • The T-850's primary fuel cell is damaged during a battle with the T-X.[4]
  • The T-X murders Scott Mason and mimics his form upon answering the door for two Los Angeles Police Department detectives.[4]
  • While still at Greenlawn Cemetery, Katherine Brewster encounters Peter Silberman, now working for the Sheriff's department as a post-trauma counselor. Silberman runs away in fear upon recognizing the Model 101 template.[4]
  • Katherine Brewster watches in horror as the form of Scott Mason turns into the T-X, later learning of Scott's death and that the T-X is pollymemitic.
  • Upon the orders of the Chairman, Robert Brewster gives complete control of the United States military to Skynet, unaware that it has become self-aware.[4]
  • Acting on the influence of the T-X, the Series T1's initiate a massacre, killing anyone that present a threat to Skynet.[4]
  • Robert Brewster dies after being shot several times by the T-X, but not before giving John Connor and his daughter, Katherine Brewster a folder of codes and instructions to proceed to Crystal Peak.[4]
  • After an intense bout hand to hand combat, the T-X is able to corrupt the T-850's system, but T-850 is able to later shut down.[4]
  • The T-850, having restarted, arrives to Crystal Peak and is able to destroy the T-X, saving John Connor and Katherine Brewster's life.[4]
  • At 6:18 PM[7] Skynet initiates the first launch sequences, finally bring about Judgment Day.[4]

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles


  • Charley Dixon is honored with a plaque along with other EMTs for their heroic efforts in Van Nuys, California getting his name in the Los Angeles Sun.[8]

Terminator Genisys

Kyle Reese was born [9] originally in a world ravaged by Judgment Day, but once timeline divergences were set in place in 2029, in a still intact San Francisco.[10]


  1. The Terminator tells John Connor that "Judgment Day is inevitable"
  2. The date is given when the T-850 analyzes the current date and time. The last date seen is 07.24.2004 and the information ACCURATE appears.
  3. A specific date of where the T-X came from is not mentioned, but it is likely from the same time as the T-850
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
  5. While her murder is not seen onscreen, Elizabeth Anderson was stated to be on the T-X's hit list by the T-850. In addition, William Anderson mentioned that Elizabeth was upstairs when the T-X asked on her whereabouts.
  6. The date July 25th, 2004 is also mentioned as Judgment Day in the novel Terminator Salvation: From the Ashes.
  7. The T-850 noted the exact time when the launch sequences would begin to John Connor
  8. John discovers this information after doing a search on his life after the events of September 10, 1999, with a demo search engine in a local computer store.
  9. Given Kyle Reese was listed as 26 in the script for The Terminator, the year could be either 2003 or 2004 in other timelines.
  10. Terminator Genisys