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Double Take 

The Smart Dust control unit is still on the fritz and wreaking havoc on the town's communications systems. The bio-printer has gone missing and Holly (Felicia Day) is definitely not herself.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Jack Carter
... Allison Blake
... Henry Deacon
... Jo Lupo
... Douglas Fargo / S.A.R.A.H.
... Zane Donovan
... Holly Marten
... Grace Monroe
... Kevin Blake
... Major William Shaw
... Jenna
... Deputy Andy 2.0
... Vincent (as Christopher Gauthier)
... Larry Haberman
... Isaac Parrish
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The Smart Dust control unit is still on the fritz and wreaking havoc on the town's communications systems. The bio-printer has gone missing and Holly (Felicia Day) is definitely not herself.

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9 July 2012 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Fargo says "I suppose we can't talk this out, man to replicant?" he is referencing Blade Runner. See more »

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Isaac Parrish: I taste like chicken.
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References The Manchurian Candidate (1962) See more »

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Eureka On My Mind Reprise
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Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh
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Dark Zombie Feel
10 June 2018 | by See all my reviews

Double Take is the penultimate episode of the Eureka series and the second half of a two-part tale that began with Mirror, Mirror. It is largely dark with a zombie-movie feel, and it works. The duplicate replicants from Mirror, Mirror are everywhere, the future looks pretty bleak, and there is a ton of entertainment in watching the good people of Eureka try to defend themselves from...themselves. YES, the "oh, that's completely reasonable" aspect of science fiction is pushed well beyond the boundaries of rational thought, but that's the fun of life in Eureka. The final episode is set up during this outing and there is a certain sadness in knowing that we won't be able to visit Eureka, Oregon in the very near future. At least everyone was at their best on the way out the door.


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