Carter and Allison search for a missing man in a bio-dome while Eva Thorne makes changes in town in the name of balance and efficiency.

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Carter and Allison search for a missing man in a bio-dome while Eva Thorne makes changes in town in the name of balance and efficiency.

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The title of this episode is the same as the movie "What About Bob?" (1991) See more »

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Zane Donovan: Jo, I need a gun. A big, powerful gun.
Deputy Jo Lupo: [turned on] I've been waiting for someone to say that to me my whole life.
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Eureka On My Mind
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Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh
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What About Bob Goof!
11 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The basic story line was plausible considering we are talking about Eureka. Basically a world within a world story line. Frances Fisher's character is trying to turn Eureka into a profitable operation....and she learns about Lab 27, which is a self-sustaining world built underneath Eureka.

But I digress. I just wanted to point out that there was a big goof at the end of the show. During the last few minutes of the show, Fisher's character is looking at old films. One film case is dated some date in February 1939. There is a notification on the case that states that if the case is found opened, you should call a 202-xxx-xxx telephone number.

Unfortunately for Eureka, area codes were not developed until the 1940s and were only put into use in 1947.

Seven digit phone numbers were not used in 1939 either.

I am very much surprised that these goofs weren't caught. I guess someone made a big OOOOPPPSS!


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