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The Terminator was a franchise of at least three science fiction films. (PROSE: Escape Velocity) It involved people "messing about with time" and "killer robots". (TV: Empress of Mars)

After accidentally getting trapped in the 1st century BC, Ibrahim Hadmani said the only things he knew about time travel he learned from Back to the Future and Terminator. (PROSE: The Last Pharaoh)

The Twelfth Doctor had never seen The Terminator due to having been too busy, much to the surprise of Bill Potts. She thought the Doctor would enjoy the film. Once she mentioned killer robots, he said he'd "put it on the list" of movies to watch. (TV: Empress of Mars)

In Brussels, Fitz Kreiner and Dave Young witnessed a man apparently die in front of them, then arise in a twitchy, robotic fashion. Young likened the awkward resurrection to Terminator 3. (PROSE: Escape Velocity)

Clyde Langer made two Men in Black inadvertently destroy each other. He picked up a pair of sunglasses worn by them and put them on, saying "hasta la vista", in a similar fashion to the Terminator, which wore sunglasses in the movies. Clyde later stated that they were "Clydenated", a pun on the term terminated. (TV: The Vault of Secrets)

During a visit to England in 1963, Sam Jones felt like she'd moved off the Terminator back lot and found herself on Summer Holiday. (PROSE: The Taint)

Alan Jackson likened vinegar as a weapon to "Arnie's Uzi 9 Millimetre". (TV: The Lost Boy)

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  • Skynet is very similar to WOTAN. Both are self-aware supercomputers that create robotic servants to take over the world. Also, WOTAN's War Machines are reminiscent of the T-1s from Terminator 3. Although the War Machine is simpler in design, the two have a similar shape: both have firearms mounted onto the top-left and right on their structures and numerical designations can be seen on the T-1.
  • The Cell 114 sleeper agents in TV: Sleeper share similarities with the T-1000 in the Terminator movies: both are infiltrators who are able to turn their hands into stabbing weapons. The Torchwood The Official Magazine Yearbook (2008) says that James Moran was inspired by the Terminator movies in creating Cell 114.

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