Eureka (2006–2012)
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With life back to normal, the Astraeus crew struggles to overcome their Matrix Eureka experience: what was real, what wasn't and what could become self-fulfilling prophecy.

Director:

Mike Rohl

Writers:

Andrew Cosby (creator), Jaime Paglia (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Colin Ferguson ... Jack Carter
Salli Richardson-Whitfield ... Allison Blake
Joe Morton ... Henry Deacon
Erica Cerra ... Jo Lupo
Neil Grayston ... Douglas Fargo / S.A.R.A.H.
Niall Matter ... Zane Donovan
Tembi Locke ... Grace Monroe
Trevor Jackson ... Kevin Blake
Kavan Smith ... Deputy Andy 2.0
Chris Gauthier ... Vincent (as Christopher Gauthier)
Christopher Jacot ... Larry Haberman
Wil Wheaton ... Isaac Parrish
Nevaeh Kidd Nevaeh Kidd ... Jenna Blake
Andrew Coghlan Andrew Coghlan ... Grief Tech #1
Peter Ciuffa ... Grief Tech #2
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With life back to normal, the Astraeus crew struggles to overcome their Matrix Eureka experience: what was real, what wasn't and what could become self-fulfilling prophecy.

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Jack Carter: SARAH? You okay?
S.A.R.A.H.: My apologies, Sheriff. I'm experiencing some minor RF interference. I'll run diagnostics.
Deputy Andy 2.0: Something wrong with my girl?
Jack Carter: No, she's just a little glitchy this morning.
Deputy Andy 2.0: Oh, RF interference again? She was a little glitchy last night, too.
Jack Carter: I really don't need to know that.
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References Ghostbusters (1984) See more »

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Eureka On My Mind Reprise
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Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh
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Quiet but Effective
2 June 2018 | by GunnersMateSee all my reviews

The Astreaus crew is home and all are suffering to readjust to reality with Fargo in deep mourning. It is a largely quiet episode, and Fargo's reaction is the most realistic wIth Neil Grayston's performance being quite beautiful (he and Wil Wheaton steal the show in one vignette in particular). The crisis of the week is entertaining, but certainly an after-thought created to provide some action and amusement while the emotional fallout plays through. Way too much time is spent with the Astraeus rew blaming their non-Astraeus friends for what happened in the matrix. This is explained by an insistence that the matrix was so very realistic - but that runs thin. This episode certainly highlights that although Eureka is populated with geniuses, they are largely idiots when it comes to practical thought.


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7 May 2012 (USA) See more »

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