The gang returns from 1947 and discover that things are not as they remember them. And Dr. Grant came along.
Did You Know?
Dr. Grant mentions how he thought there would be Robotic Servants in the future. This reflects James Callis
' previous series, Battlestar Galactica
(2004), in which the Cylons were built as robotic servants. See more
The beginning of this episode recounts the ending of the series premiere, "Founders Day," but many things are different in this recap than what actually happened in the previous episode. In the premiere, Fargo says "Archimedes used to be granite," whereas in the recap he says, "Isn't that supposed to be made of granite?" In "Founders Day," after Jamie walks up to Carter to greet him, she kisses him twice and says, "I thought you'd never get here." She later walks away and asks, "Can I get you a drink?" to which Carter replies, "Yes, please," after which Jamie walks away into the kitchen. In "Founders Day," however, after Jamie walks up to Carter to greet him, she kisses him only once and says, "I thought you'd never get home." Later, instead of offering Carter a drink and walking away, she starts lacing up her boots while Carter says "You're not in Australia." See more
Sheriff Jack Carter
Ahh, another day, another runaway robot.
References Back to the Future
Eureka On My Mind
Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh See more