Eureka: Season 3, Episode 7

Here Come the Suns (16 Sep. 2008)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Drama | Sci-Fi
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The appearance of a second sun makes election week in Eureka a little more intense, and gives Eva Thorne an opening that may mean the end of Global Dynamics.

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The appearance of a second sun makes election week in Eureka a little more intense, and gives Eva Thorne an opening that may mean the end of Global Dynamics.

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"110 in the Shade" could also be referencing the musical of the same name by N. Richard Nash, Tom Jones, and Harvey Schmidt. Based on Nash's 1954 play The Rainmaker... staring Darren McGavin (of "A Christmas Story" fame). See more »

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When Alison Blake and Eva Thorne are talking in the room being used to store the corpses at Global, Alison's distance from Eva changes from one shot to the next without her having stepped. See more »

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Perhaps Alan Moore should get partial writing credit?
2 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Tomorrow Stories #1"...is the place.

"Jack B. Quick"...is the character.

"Smalltown Stardom"...is the title.

No further details provided to avoid being tagged as a "spoiler"...but this story is from 1999, which way predates the Eureka episode.

And yes, it's a comic book, but so was Batman and Watchmen and V For Vendetta.

And no, it's not a perfect plot match, because Alan Moore didn't invent Eureka, but when I (just) read this particular story, this Eureka episode was the first thing I thought of. Why, it hit me like a ton of bricks!


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