Eureka: Season 2, Episode 4

Games People Play (31 Jul. 2007)

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The people of Eureka start disappearing, and Jack is the only one who notices.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Allison Blake (as Salli Richardson)
Vincent (as Christopher Gauthier)
Dr. Babajanian
Ed Hong-Louie ...
Man at Bar


The people of Eureka start disappearing, and Jack is the only one who notices.

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Comedy | Drama | Sci-Fi







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When Abby tries to leave the Bunker during her conversation with Jack, her bag switches between her left and right shoulder several times. See more »


Marshall Jack Carter: Nathan Stark? Your ex-husband. The evil, maniacal bane of my existance.
Allison Blake: Sounds like someone I'd marry.
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Written by Bear McCreary
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Eureka Just Keeps Getting Better
7 August 2007 | by (Illinois) – See all my reviews

"Games People Play" has great acting chemistry, plot twists that are enjoyable (though not hard to figure out), and has the wonderful Eureka style combination of humor and drama. The addition of Olivia d'Abo to the cast as Carter's wife adds an element that complicates the story line in a way that will have fascinating ramifications in future episodes. The attitude shown by the people of Eureka towards their sheriff in crisis in "Games People Play" is a revealing look into the Eureka community (though a little heavy handed}.

Season 2 of Eureka has improved over Season 1 by deepening character relationships and producing dialog that flows even more smoothly from ironic to emotion filled to laugh out loud funny. Production values such as sets and special effects are as good as anything on television. At the same time, the spirit of the series has been maintained. I think it can be safely said that the writers, producers, and actors are dedicated to tuning and enriching the elements of the show that have made it special from its first episode.

I'm already crossing my fingers that Eureka will be picked up for Season 3. People already watching, tell your friends how great it is to visit Eureka - let's keep a good thing going.

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