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Bad to the Drone 

"Bad to the Drone" is an episode of Eureka starring Colin Ferguson, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, and Joe Morton. The D.O.D. has sent in a business shark to perform an evaluation of Global Dynamics' viability, and everything that could possibly go wrong, does. Including a drone, whose boosted AI turns it into a killing machine.

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Episode cast overview:
... Jack Carter
... Allison Blake
... Henry Deacon
... Zoe Carter
... Nathan Stark
... Jo Lupo
... S.A.R.A.H.
... Zane Donovan
... Eva Thorne
... Vincent
... Larry Haberman
... Dr. Ethan Edison
... Mina
... Gen. Mansfield
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The D.O.D. has sent in a business shark to perform an evaluation of Global Dynamics' viability, and everything that could possibly go wrong, does. Including a drone, whose boosted AI turns it into a killing machine.

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29 July 2008 (USA)  »

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This episode's title comes from the song "Bad to the Bone" See more »

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In the scene with the Drones attacking the EM generators in town Sheriff Carter is seen getting the Deputy Lupo's newer Jeep Liberty but in the next shot he is racing toward his house in his older Jeep Cherokee. See more »

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Zoe Carter: [Trying to talk down the attack drone] I know it sucks, having someone control everything you do, but it's worse not having anyone care at all.
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Eureka On My Mind
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Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh
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Not Even a Little Subtle
19 May 2018 | by See all my reviews

...OK, so while I appreciate Eureka's attempt for a reshuffle style of reboot with the beginning of each season so far, this one feels forced. Business Shark Eva has been hired to "fix" what is broken at GD. If we can just pretend that an uber-level-classified research and development facility which is over-seen by the DoD would even entertain having a business-only contractor come in to overhaul an entire town (which is a pretty big ask...), and knowing that Eureka is populated with families with inflated and sensitive egos, and knowing that this special population has been coddled in some ways in order to get the productivity out of them that GD requires, it makes NO SENSE that abrasive Eve with the poor listening skills would be sent in to overhaul the place. This is difficult to overcome through the entire episode. So while there is humor, and it seems that the lives of the residents of Eureka are back on track after all of the trauma from season two, it was a rocky start. Let's hope that the writers figure out how to integrate Eva a little better and that the season finds its feet.


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