Eureka (2006–2012)
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God Is in the Details 

Zoe and her friends lose their voices, but whatever is causing the symptoms has an even worse effect on Allison and her only hope comes from an unusual source.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Allison Blake (as Salli Richardson)
Zoe Carter
Nathan Stark
Deputy Jo Lupo
Zane Donovan
Diane Lancaster
Vincent (as Christopher Gauthier)
Reverend Harper
Adrienne Carter ...
Larry Haberman
Alan Legros ...
Seth Osbourne
Meshach Peters ...
Kevin Blake


Zoe and her friends lose their voices, but whatever is causing the symptoms has an even worse effect on Allison and her only hope comes from an unusual source.

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11 September 2007 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Guest star Teryl Rothery states at 25 minutes in, the reverend helped her after her husband Daniel died. This is a reference to Stargate SG-1, as her character and future Eureka guest star Michael Shanks would often share a glance at each other, leading many fans to speculate. Also, Shanks' character Daniel Jackson would frequently seem to "die" in many SG-1 episodes. See more »


When Niall Matter's character Zane Donovan is on a date with Deputy Jo Lupo, Deputy Lupo mentions the time when Donovan attended MIT at the age of 15. In the Season 2, Episode 8: E-MC...? The sheriff, when looking up Donovan's police record, mentions that he attended MIT at the age of 13. See more »


Marshall Jack Carter: Ok. Bottom line: If Reverend Harper is responsible, we're in for a lot more.
Henry Deacon: Yeah, like a plague of locust, or a fiery hail ... or... or... or... total darkness.
Marshall Jack Carter: [all the lights go out] You had to say it.
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References Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) See more »


Eureka On My Mind Reprise
Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh
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Not another "God" scifi
26 August 2012 | by See all my reviews

As an atheist scientist. This episode almost made me stop watching the series. There has been way to much god in my scifi and I had hoped this series would buck the trend, but unfortunately, no. The whole akashic field theory I was willing to have a suspension of disbelief as every show gets one good by. However a blatant religious inference to a Christ child and a holy roller episode made me angry. I had suspected the artifact as a god theme but was hoping I was wrong as the structure resembled a neuron synapse. As a research psychologist the entire mess with their understanding of neurology ( especially the whole crap idea with humans only using 10% of their brain therefore psychic powers takes 5 minutes of research to debunk- we often only use 10% at a TIME but we use ALL of our brain). I will only be giving this show another couple of episodes before it goes in the dumpster with Battle Star Galactica and Promethius as religious poop in my scifi chocolate.

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