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Eureka 5 Seasons 2006

Season 1
4.4 out of 5 stars (83) IMDb 8.1/10

In Season One, a newly hired Sheriff reports for duty in the small, bucolic Pacific Northwest town of Eureka and soon discovers that it is not what it seems.

Starring:
Colin Ferguson, Salli Richardson-Whitfield

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1. Eureka

For years, the government has been relocating the world's geniuses (and their families) to the picturesque Pacific Northwest town of Eureka, where daily life straddles the line between unprecedented innovation and total chaos. U.S. Marshal Jack Carter (Colin Ferguson) finds this out first hand when he wrecks his car and becomes stranded there.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 1 hour, 24 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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2. Many Happy Returns

In Eureka, even death is not certain. After attending Susan Perkins' (Jennifer Clement) funeral, Carter (Colin Ferguson) heads back to the office to find a very angry, very alive, Susan Perkins! While Carter and Henry (Joe Morton) try to find out which Susan is real, an ominous dark figure starts appearing in town.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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3. Before I Forget

Sheriff Carter (Colin Ferguson) accidentally shoots Eureka's mechanical wiz Henry Deacon (Joe Morton), but can't remember how or why. A visiting scientist, who happened to be an old friend of Henry's, may hold a vital clue.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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4. Alienated

There...are...no...aliens! Still, Henry (Joe Morton) is concerned about his assistant Spencer (Shayn Solberg) who insists he's been abducted. Sheriff Carter (Colin Ferguson) recognizes the young man's trauma but isn't buying alien influences even when his own deputy Jo (Erica Cerra) knocks him out cold and joins three other townsfolk in a plot to kidnap a visiting Congressman.

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5. Invincible

Nathan Stark (Ed Quinn) keeps a dangerous artifact under wraps until Carl Carlson, a brilliant but unpredictable researcher (Saul Rubinek), accidentally taps into its awesome power.

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6. Dr. Nobel

Carter (Colin Ferguson) and Zoe (Jordan Hinson) must help an aging scientist recover his memory before a dormant weapons system unleashes a grave disaster.

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7. Blink

When Stark (Ed Quinn) pits two research teams against each other, he gets a made-in-Eureka result that is as disturbing as it is mind-blowing. Will a top-secret drug give Eureka's townsfolk a competitive edge or a dangerous addiction? As the situation escalates, Carter's (Colin Ferguson) daughter Zoe (Jordan Hinson) and Allison's (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) son get caught in the crossfire.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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8. Right As Raynes

When Callister Raynes, a young Eureka ex-patriot, returns to town Nathan Stark has a difficult time turning his back on him. When Raynes creates a path of destruction that threatens Eureka and Global Dynamics Stark is forced to make some heart wrenching choices.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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9. Primal

Taggart (Matt Frewer) has "nanoids" that can heal wounds almost instantly, while Fargo (Neil Grayston) invented the "Mental Mouse," a device that links the human brain to a mainframe computer. When these two brilliant inventions interact, Eureka braces for the cataclysmic outcome.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: 1 January 2006
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10. Purple Haze

Carter (Colin Ferguson) can't understand why nearly everyone in Eureka is behaving more strangely than usual. He has to find out what has affected - or infected - the townsfolk before a misguided Stark (Ed Quinn) unleashes the wrath of the Artifact on the world.

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11. H.O.U.S.E. Rules

Upset by the negative attitudes threatening Eureka, S.A.R.A.H. - the SMART house - decides to take corrective action and lures the town's main players into her lair and puts herself on lock-down.

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12. Once in A Lifetime

When Stark (Ed Quinn) attempts to take a sample of Eureka's top-secret Artifact, the town plunges through time, landing in 2010. Domestic bliss abounds in this Eureka-of-the-future until momentary time shifts indicate a dangerous anomaly that may rob Carter (Colin Ferguson), Allison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield), Henry (Joe Morton) and Zoe (Jordan Hinson) of their glowing futures.

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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 19 Nov. 2007
Format: DVD
Upon discovering the answer to a now-legendary problem, Archimedes famously yelled "Eureka!" ("I have found it!"), jumped out of his bath, and ran naked through the streets.

So "Eureka" seems like an appropriate name for the Sci-Fi Channel's quirky, well-written sci-fi series, all about a tiny town that brims over with geniuses and scientific breakthroughs. A few of the storylines are draggy, but the series also has some great acting, brilliant dilemmas, and mysteries that promise to fuel future seasons.

While dragging his delinquent daughter back to L.A., Marshal Jack Carter (Colin Ferguson) accidentally crashes the car. The only nearby place is the picture-perfect small-town of Eureka. But Jack starts to suspect that Eureka is a little odd -- a woman making triangular bubbles, a quartet of clones, and a little autistic boy making physics equations on the sidewalk are only a few of the oddities.

His suspicions are confirmed when random places get blasted to ashes, including a cowfield and an RV. So Jack is told Eureka's secret -- it's a town entirely inhabited by geniuses, set up by the government to create new scientific advances. But a scientist has done a little project all on his own, producing a tachyon accelerator -- which is ripping the seams out of the universe.

Because the sheriff was badly injured by the accelerator, D.O.D. representative Allison Blake (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) makes Jack the new sheriff of Eureka. Now he has a new job, a "smart house" in an old nuclear bunker, and a trigger-happy deputy who loves her guns.
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I came to this series with no expectations as all I had read were a few reviews and watched a couple of clips on YouTube. I am so glad I gave it a chance. It is like a breath of fresh air amongst all the remakes and re-imaginings that are appearing these days. It has a simple premise, a good cast, and engaging scripts. The plots of each story, while borrowing ideas from other shows, feel fresh and new and come over very much as tributes not rep offs.

The residents of Eureka are a wacky bunch that you can't help but grow to like. The technobabble is presented with tongue firmly planted in cheek. But most of all the show is very well rounded in that it has something for everyone, there's action, romance, comedy, Sci-Fi, and a little titillation but it can be watched by all the family.

Highly recommended.
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Watching this series immediately transported me back to 1989 when I used to regularly tune in to little-remembered quirky Sci-fi series Eerie Indiana - The Complete Series [DVD]. The small town with the weird secret is an idea that the creators of Eureka have latched onto once more, and like its predecessor this is an addictively offbeat drama with some subtle comedy and a host of memorable characters.

The pilot episode introduces everyman US Marshal Jack Carter (played with a light touch by Colin Ferguson) as he transports a wayward teenager along an isolated stretch of road; Carter inadvertently arrives in the strange town of Eureka where he destined to stay. A secret military project is at the heart of Eureka's isolation, and Carter soon finds himself up against Greg Germann's oily scientist as he attempts to unravel events surrounding the mysterious disappearance of a local boy and his father's bizarre experiments. Germann is a welcome presence whom you may remember as unctuous lawyer Richard Fish in Ally McBeal; sadly he disappears after the pilot and is replaced by the equally oily but far less interesting Dr Nathan Stark. Joe Morton, another familiar big-screen face, is excellent as town jack-of-all-trades Dr Henry Deacon, and Erica Cerra makes her presence felt as firearms-obsessed Deputy Jo Lupo, whose abrasive manner and lack of social skills lead to her and Jack clashing regularly.

Although there are a few minor inconsistencies between episodes; a result of them being transmitted in a slightly different order from which they were made, the series flows nicely and the town's residents grow more interesting as the show goes on. The blend of light humour, Sci-fi shenanigans and intrigue works brilliantly, and watching this is the perfect way to unwind after a long stressful day.
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 15 July 2007
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Upon discovering the answer to a now-legendary problem, Archimedes famously yelled "Eureka!" ("I have found it!"), jumped out of his bath, and ran naked through the streets.

So "Eureka" seems like an appropriate name for the Sci-Fi Channel's quirky, well-written sci-fi series, all about a tiny town that brims over with geniuses and scientific breakthroughs. A few of the storylines are draggy, but the series also has some great acting, brilliant dilemmas, and mysteries that promise to fuel future seasons.

While dragging his delinquent daughter back to L.A., Marshal Jack Carter (Colin Ferguson) accidentally crashes the car. The only nearby place is the picture-perfect small-town of Eureka. But Jack starts to suspect that Eureka is a little odd -- a woman making triangular bubbles, a quartet of clones, and a little autistic boy making physics equations on the sidewalk are only a few of the oddities.

His suspicions are confirmed when random places get blasted to ashes, including a cowfield and an RV. So Jack is told Eureka's secret -- it's a town entirely inhabited by geniuses, set up by the government to create new scientific advances. But a scientist has done a little project all on his own, producing a tachyon accelerator -- which is ripping the seams out of the universe.

Because the sheriff was badly injured by the accelerator, D.O.D. representative Allison Blake (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) makes Jack the new sheriff of Eureka. Now he has a new job, a "smart house" in an old nuclear bunker, and a trigger-happy deputy who loves her guns.
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