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Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Lewis (Don Stanton)

Site Rating: 70%
(ratings: 3)
Writeup Rating: 60%
(ratings: 2)
Film: Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991)
Deceased Character: Lewis (Don Stanton)
Archetype: Innocent Bystander
Killed by: T-1000 Lewis (Dan Stanton)
Killed with: Index finger

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Written by Mr. Mouseburger 4th Oct 2005

Kindly submitted by J

Lewis is the coffee loving security guard at the psychiatric hospital where Sarah Connor is being held. [it should be noted at this point, for the benefit of those who have been living on the moon for the past 15 years, that the T-1000 is a shapeshifting terminator that can mimic anything it touches]

As Lewis walks to get a coffee from the machine, he inadvertantly walks over the T-1000, which has been cunningly disguising itself as a 2 metre squared section of checkered floor*. Despite only coming into contact with Lewis's rubbers souls, the T-1000 begins to rise from the floor directly behind Lewis, who is still unaware of his inpending doom, and perfectly replicates the security guard.

As the security guard turns around, he is confronted by a living mirror and can only stare bewildered as his doppleganger raises his forearm and points its index finger at Lewis's face. The finger contorts into a long dagger, which the T-1000 stabs through Lewis's eye with enough force that it exits from the back of Lewis's head and wedges itself in the wall.

* like all good surveyors, that is only an estimate of the surface area covered.

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Comment 1 by 'Ocafi' (reply to this comment)
I don't remember the finger going into the wall on this death (in Sarah's shoulder-piercing scene, it did) but nonetheless, a great death in a great movie.