Eureka (2006–2012)
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Welcome Back, Carter 

Sheriff Carter interviews for a new job, Zoe braces herself for change, and someone works behind the scenes to make sure the new sheriff, a robot, fails.

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Sheriff Carter interviews for a new job, Zoe braces herself for change, and someone works behind the scenes to make sure the new sheriff, a robot, fails.

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Trivia

The building that is used as a long-shot backdrop in the middle of this episode (just before they descend into an underground laboratory) is actually the Milwaukee Art Museum and War Memorial designed by Eero Saarinen. The picture is taken looking north from the pedestrian bridge that connects Wisconsin Ave. to the new Calatrava Wing of the Art Museum (the white extension that can just be seen on the right of the shot). See more »

Goofs

When sheriff Andy speaks 'Dutch' his pronunciation is completely wrong. See more »

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[Sheriff Andy has just been fried by a tensor field]
Sheriff Andy: [moaning] Ouch! I don't think I like this job.
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References The Terminator (1984) See more »

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Eureka On My Mind Reprise
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Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh
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Carter gets put in Time-Out, sorta...
22 April 2015 | by (Monterey, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Well, Carter helps the nice Little old (107) "lab assistant" and General Irritating shows his appreciation by giving him the boot. But wait, the title is "Welcome BACK, Carter" (a nod to the sitcom "Welcome Back Kotter") so he's not R-E-E-L-Y fired. We meet robot-cop "Sheriff Andy", another nod to a popular sitcom who is Jack's replacement. But who could replace Jack? Andy gets sliced and diced several times and the poor old Jeep gets squashed again. If you haven't picked up on it by now, trashing the Jeep is a running gag throughout the series. If you look closely during one of the Café Diem scenes, you can see Zoe making out with her boyfriend behind Jack's back...get the symbolism??? All in all, this was one of the most disjointed episodes to date. It was very confusing and rambled. Of course the actor with top billing isn't going to be written out of the show. Come on!


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