During the Founder's Day celebration, Jack, Allison, Fargo, Henry, and Jo somehow end up in 1947, in the middle of the army base that existed before Eureka was founded. They must find a way home before they change history or get caught.
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The opening credits have a 1940's musical twist. See more
The United States flag, located in the room in 1947 Camp Eureka where the dance was being held, is the current one that has been in use since 1960, and therefore is the incorrect version for 1947. The current flag has 50 stars (for 50 states) in the union (row pattern: 6-5-6-5-6-5-6; stars offset by row). The flag in the dance room should have shown the pattern for 48 states in the union, with 6 rows of 8 stars shown in a grid pattern. Although the flag was not fully unfurled, enough of the union was displayed to verify the incorrect star pattern for the time period. In addition, a desk flag in the medical barracks also displays the incorrect 50-star flag in an earlier scene. See more
Whatever made this happen would have to put out a tremendous amount of negative energy in order to transfer matter in a closed timelike curve.
Well, Tess was saying something about more solar flares than they'd seen in decades, putting out tons of negative energy, ironically right before she broke up with me. It was...
I know. I'm sorry, Jack. Yeah. But I think she was right.
...That's not very supportive.
No, I mean about the solar flares.
The regular opening theme was replaced with a 1940's jazz version. See more
References The Terminator
Eureka On My Mind
Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh See more