It's Allison's wedding day, and Carter is stuck in a time loop that causes him to relive it over and over. Unfortunately, there's no simple act that will right things, and the solution may prove very costly.
Did You Know?
In an early time sequence, the man sitting at the Café Diem counter with Zoe and her aunt puts his right arm in a bowl of ice cream. In a later sequence, Carter removes the bowl preventing the mess. See more
The major plot to the episode is that there are time loops, and Carter is the only person that can remember anything about the previous loops.
Prior going through the time loop each time Carter talks to Stark. After the third time through the time loop Carter asks Stark, "Does your ego even fit in this building?"
Carter goes through the time loop two more times then convinces Stark the time loop is real. At the end of the episode Stark is in the partial accelerator to re-accelerate time and eliminate the time loop. Carter asks Stark, "are you sure, what about Allie, what if you can't," Stark replies, "Of course I can, my ego is bigger than the building, remember."
Since Carter is the only person that remembers anything about previous time loops Stark couldn't have remembered the comment about his ego being bigger than the building. See more
Okay, careful with grandma. She's in heat.
References Doctor Who
Eureka On My Mind
Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh See more