Taggart achieves a medical breakthrough while Fargo invents a device that bridges the divide between computers and human brains.

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Taggart achieves a medical breakthrough while Fargo invents a device that bridges the divide between computers and human brains.

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In several quick shots right before Fargo activates the subsonic frequency speaker, you can see the actual faces of the actors standing in for the multiple Nathan Starks. See more »

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Nathan Stark: [as dozens of stark clones enter the room, after he sees Carter kiss Alison] I look pissed.
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References Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) See more »

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Eureka On My Mind
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Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh
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Days of Our Lives in Eureka
15 April 2015 | by (Monterey, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Ho-Hum. This is the turning point for this series where it leaves being a quirky, science fiction/fantasy and arcs into a soap opera. Unlike it's sister series WH13 where characters have relationships outside of the Warehouse, here the characters get involved with each other. Has that ever ended well? No, never. Taggart is a vet graduating "Magna (cum Laude)" but he can't even repair a simple laceration and has to use nano-bots? He talks about how careful he is but leaves the can open so they can escape? They feed on carbon-based living things so what has Taggart been feeding them? All in all this was the silliest and most pointless episode yet aired. No effort was made to advance the story line except for the Jack-Allison-Nathan love triangle with hints at Taggart and Jo. Who cares?


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