List of Eureka episodes
The following is a list of episodes for the American science fiction drama Eureka. In addition to the regularly televised episodes, there is a short webisode series called "Hide and Seek", which is available on Syfy's Eureka homepage.
The episodes in the first season were not aired in the order intended by the show's creators. Thus, there are some small inconsistencies, but such inconsistencies are minimal and were intentionally controlled. In podcast commentaries, the show's creators and star Colin Ferguson confirm that the production order was in fact the order in which they intended the show to air, but the network executives changed the order to try to place stronger episodes earlier in the run to help attract viewers.
The creators were able to make minor changes in editing and sometimes dubbed dialogue in later episodes (for instance, they removed the explicit mention of Zoe's first day at school) to minimize audience confusion.
As of July 16, 2012[update], a total of 77 episodes of Eureka have been aired over five seasons. A fifth season was announced on August 17, 2010, consisting of 13 episodes. On August 8, 2011, Syfy announced that season 5 would be the final season. On February 16, 2012, Syfy announced that the show's fifth and final season would premiere on April 16, 2012.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||Eureka: Season 1||12||July 18, 2006||October 3, 2006|
|2||Eureka: Season 2||13||July 10, 2007||October 2, 2007|
|3||Eureka: Season 3.0||18||July 29, 2008||September 18, 2009|
|Eureka: Season 3.5||July 10, 2009|
|4||Eureka: Season 4.0||21||July 9, 2010||December 6, 2011|
|Eureka: Season 4.5||July 11, 2011|
|5||Eureka: Season 5||13||April 16, 2012||July 16, 2012|
Season 1 (2006)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||1||"Pilot"||Peter O'Fallon||Andrew Cosby & Jaime Paglia||July 18, 2006|
While transporting his delinquent daughter back to Los Angeles, U.S. Marshal Jack Carter crashes his car near Eureka. There, he assists in a case involving a tachyon accelerator. The town begins to experience time and space anomalies, a child is nearly killed, and a herd of cows is lost. When Carter investigates these incidents, Jim Taggart kidnaps him and Carter meets Allison Blake, who shows him Global Dynamics (GD) and the real side of Eureka. The accelerator is eventually found, and the scientist who built it dies trying to shut it off, and the military comes in and quarantines the town.
The rift caused by the tachyon accelerator can be stopped if another particle collision can occur, but a large quantum physics problem must be solved (half of it went missing while the anomalies occurred all over town). With the help of Jo the deputy, Carter sneaks out of the heavily guarded GD and grabs Allison's autistic son, who solves the problem, another collision occurs, and Eureka—and Earth—is saved. In the end, Carter gets a promotion like he wanted, but just not the one he expected: he becomes the new sheriff of Eureka after the old one retires.As a pilot, the sets were not final designs. The Global Dynamics sets were completely changed for the production series, including new exteriors and a different, more angular logo. The director of GD, Warren King, was also replaced with Nathan Stark in the following episode, nominally due to the security breach in section 5, although he is never mentioned again.
|2||2||"Many Happy Returns"||Jefery Levy||Andrew Cosby & Jaime Paglia||July 25, 2006|
|Carter and the rest of the town are surprised by the arrival of Susan Perkins, a woman whose funeral they'd all just attended. Nathan Stark, Allison's ex-husband, becomes head of GD. Meanwhile an amorphous being causes electrical disturbances all over town. The being is found to be the scientist who created the tachyon accelerator and is now caught between seconds. The woman who died is found to be a clone, and the woman who showed up is the real one.|
|3||3||"Before I Forget"||Michael Robison||Story: Karl Schaefer
Teleplay: John Rogers
|August 1, 2006|
|When a world-renowned scientist arrives in Eureka, Jack and Henry suddenly find that they cannot account for blocks of time. The scientist uses a device that Henry built, which emits an electromagnetic pulse that messes with people's electrolytes in the brain and which prevents them from forming short-term memories. The scientist then would wait for people to make a breakthrough, erase their memories, and copy them as his own.|
|4||4||"Alienated"||Marita Grabiak||Story: Varina Bleil & Betsy Landis
Teleplay: Harry Victor & Dan E. Fesman
|August 8, 2006|
|Spencer is apparently abducted by aliens then returned to Earth the next day inside a crop circle, while Fargo, Jo, Vincent, and Taggart start to act strangely. The town is also visited by a congressman whose committee is responsible for the town's government funding. It turns out that Spencer, Fargo, Jo, Vincent, and Taggart were watching a movie that Spencer hacked from a satellite, which he bounced off a GD military satellite, the purpose of which was to cause paranoia in the enemies of the USA. While watching the movie, the paranoia 'beam' is transferred to them, and they begin to think the movie is going on around them, and believe that the senator (Garwin Sanford) is host to an alien and kidnap him. Carter is able to stop them from cutting the 'alien' out of him and gets them to surrender.|
|5||5||"Invincible"||Michael Grossman||Dan E. Fesman||August 15, 2006|
|An artifact imbues a scientist, Carl Carlson (Saul Rubinek), with wondrous powers, but at a terrible price. Dr. Carlson eventually finds out about the Artifact and runs from Stark, when Stark tries to get Carlson back, Carter is injured, and so Dr. Carlson takes Carter to the Artifact and heals him, and then enters the Artifact, never to be seen again.|
|6||6||"Dr. Nobel"||Jeff Woolnough||Dan E. Fesman & Harry Victor||August 22, 2006|
Carter must help an aged scientist recover his memory in time to stop a doomsday device from destroying the world. The old scientist, Dr. Thatcher, has not been the same ever since he didn't win the Nobel Peace Prize for creating a mutual assured destruction (M.A.D) device, which fires a beam of irradiated uranium isotopes at a mirror on the moon, bouncing back at Earth to hit another target on its surface after Earth has rotated sufficiently (mostly likely causing World War III, since the default target was chosen during World War II).Carter uses a hologram presentation to convince Dr. Thatcher that he won a Nobel prize, and the scientist regains his right state of mind. Dr. Thatcher attempts to turn off the device, but since Henry had earlier cut the blue wire while attempting to deactivate the device on his own, the computer initiates a dead man's protocol—the automatic firing of the weapon on a five-minute timer. Unable to stop the device, Carter drives his Jeep into it, causing the weapon to just barely miss the moon and hit a satellite off of Jupiter.
|7||7||"Blink"||Jeffery Levy||Andrew Cosby & Jaime Paglia||August 29, 2006|
|A mysterious death leads Carter to suspect foul play, but some individuals want to ensure that he does not delve too deep. It is discovered that scientists from GD have formulated a drug that makes them able to run at speeds approaching 600 mph (966 km/h) and it was one of these who was killed when he was hit by a truck. During the investigation Fargo takes the drug, which has very bad withdrawal symptoms. It turns out that Zoe's new boyfriend, Dylan, was involved with the development of the drug.|
|8||8||"Right as Raynes"||Michael Rohl||Johanna Stokes||September 5, 2006|
|A computer programmer who left Eureka after having a falling out with Stark returns at the same time that the town is hit by a computer virus. The programmer develops a rapport with Zoe who has just gotten into a large fight with her father, and they leave town after the programmer is accused of setting a fire, and the virus causes more and more trouble. Carter and Stark chase after Callister Raynes and Zoe, discovering that Raynes, the programmer, is an android created by Stark long ago.|
|9||9||"Primal"||Colin Bucksey||Story: Karl Schaefer & Martin Weiss
Teleplay: Martin Weiss & Johanna Stokes
|September 12, 2006|
|Nanoids designed to repair living tissue escape from a Global Dynamics lab and threaten to overrun Eureka. The threat gets worse when they gain the ability to take the form of living beings. It is found that the nanoids communicate on the same frequency as Stark's newest gadget, which allows him to uplink to the computer remotely. So the nanoid-constructed androids take the form of Stark and start doing whatever he dreams about in daydreams, which includes world domination. Carter figures out how to destroy them, so he evokes an emotional response from Stark by kissing Allison. The androids come and using Spencer's new super-speaker, which makes a sound low enough that the communication between the nanoids ceases and the many Stark-androids fall apart into dust.|
|10||10||"Purple Haze"||David Straiton||Story: Andrew Cosby & Jaime Paglia
Teleplay: Johanna Stokes
|September 19, 2006|
|The town's residents start acting out of character, and perhaps more in line with their subconscious impulses. Vincent puts a man in the hospital, Allison nearly seduces Carter, Jo starts acting like a teenage party girl, Henry thinks everyone is using him and he gets drunk, Fargo and his neighbor begin fighting, and Taggart goes around town naked. Beverly eventually begins telling everyone's problems over the intercom and Allison tries to kill her. Carter, Zoe, and SARAH, the Carters' house, figure out that they are immune because SARAH is hermetically sealed. It is a pollen, Carter burns the plants responsible and the town returns to normal. At the very end, Henry tells people he is leaving Eureka.|
|11||11||"H.O.U.S.E. Rules"||Jeff Woolnough||Harry Victor||September 26, 2006|
|In the wake of Henry's decision to leave Eureka, S.A.R.A.H. traps some of Eureka's prominent residents--Carter, Henry, Allison, Beverly, Fargo and Nathan--in order to protect the town from what she feels is a great danger: increasing discord among the residents and the dissolution of Eureka, beginning with Henry's departure. Jo and Taggart arrive later and realize that something is seriously wrong. However, an escape attempt inside the smarthouse goes awry and S.A.R.A.H.'s base military AI, B.R.A.D., emerges, forcing the prisoners to choose: reconcile or die. They must escape, disarm a crazed weapon-powered AI, and determine what S.A.R.A.H is really worried about.|
|12||12||"Once in a Lifetime"||Michael Lange||Story: Jaime Paglia & Johanna Stokes
Teleplay: Jaime Paglia & Andrew Cosby
|October 3, 2006|
|Nathan Stark is given the opportunity to investigate "the Artifact." After it is tested (with Kim's help), we cut to 2010 and Eureka is a very different place. Stark is a billionaire in California, Henry is married to Kim as well as the principal of Tesla High school and the head of Global Dynamics. Carter and Allison are married, and Allison is pregnant. Zoe is the valedictorian of her class, which is graduating that day. Jo and Taggart are dating. But soon problems start to appear all over town: things that the town has experienced in the past 4 years start to happen again, a tornado nearly destroying half of downtown Eureka. Also, a body is found in Section 5, near the Artifact. They test it and find that the body belongs to Kim Deacon, Henry's wife. Henry explains that back in 2006, during Stark's test on the Artifact, Kim was extracting a sample when an explosion occurred, killing her. Henry then used Walter Perkins's tachyon accelerator to go back in time and stop her from dying. This new timeline caused all of the anomalies. The past must be fixed. Stark comes to town to help with the tachyon accelerator. Carter goes back to 2006 and stops Henry from saving Kim in the explosion. The timeline is fixed. We also learn that Beverly had implanted a chip in Nathan's neck so that the Consortium can gain second-hand access to the Artifact.|
Season 2 (2007)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|13||1||"Phoenix Rising"||Michael Rohl||Jaime Paglia||July 10, 2007|
|A solar eclipse happens in Eureka. Following the restoration of the timeline, Carter and Henry must adjust, while Allison gets Nathan's job, and citizens of Eureka start to spontaneously combust. Three of these victims are scientists, all of them having little to no relation to one another. One of them is Kevin's (Allison's son) therapist. Kevin hints that when he went to therapy, he would sometimes go to "the man downstairs". Carter tries to get Henry to help him adapt more to the timeline. Carter follows many leads to the possible deaths, he even suspects Henry at one point, also blaming Vincent's five-alarm chili. Through investigating he finds out that all three scientists were in a lab adjacent to the Artifact during the explosion, and radiation from the explosion infects them, and later causes the body's electrical system to overload. They also discover that Kevin was in the lab as well, but he is unaffected. They conclude that Stark was infected, too, so Stark (who no longer works at GD) sneaks in and goes to the Artifact chamber, just to find that it is dead: instead of a fireball, the Artifact now looks like a mass of roots. They get Stark into a lab and attempt to cool him down, they discover that they can stop him from combustion by electrically shocking his brain. They do this and it nearly kills him but he is brought back, safe from combustion. The episode ends with Henry erasing Carter's memory of the alternate timeline, and Henry then destroying the memory erasing device, saying he is never going to forget.|
|14||2||"Try, Try Again"||Michael Nankin||Charlie Craig||July 17, 2007|
|As the computer at Global Dynamics reboots on the occasion of Allison's start as the new director, the disappearance of a "Category Red" device leads to an unlikely alliance between Carter and Stark. Fargo is caught inside a forcefield that is continually expanding. It was placed on him by a man who works in the GD Vault. The shield pushes everything away from it, and is only going to keep on growing and growing. Carter learns that the last time this happened in Eureka, the man inside the shield had to be dropped into a 2-mile deep pit, and then a 3-megaton nuclear bomb was dropped on him. This is about to happen to Fargo when the shield dies, its power source depleted. However, the device starts back up, draining power from Fargo himself, meaning Fargo will eventually die. Carter realizes that sound can pass through the shield, so Carter uses a super sonic pulse to temporarily kill Fargo by stopping his heart. The shield collapses and they resuscitate Fargo.|
|15||3||"Unpredictable"||Robert Lieberman||Thania St. John||July 24, 2007|
|An isolated deep-freeze sets off a chain reaction of freak climate changes that soon escalate into a threat that could destroy Eureka and the rest of the planet. Also Carter's ex-wife gets in the mix when she arrives for Zoe's surprise 16th birthday party. Carter finds that the local weather is responsible. A scientist has created a way to control the weather, and the weather man would be out of a job, so he messed with one of the scientist's weather controlling devices and froze a lake, causing all of the weather problems. Carter plans on heating the lake up again with the same machine, but a hurricane keeps on blowing him away from it. Eventually he is able to reach the machine and heats up the lake again. The weather returns to normal. At the end of the episode, Abby, Carter's ex, tells him she is taking Zoe back to Los Angeles.|
|16||4||"Games People Play"||Michael Rohl||Johanna Stokes||July 31, 2007|
|Carter and Jo check out a noise complaint, which turns out to be just a scientist trying to create a device to track electrons. Carter is hit in the head with the device, receiving a mild concussion. He talks to Zoe, who is very angry with him, because she is going to have to leave with her mother. After using a self-therapy device, Carter experiences his fears where the inhabitants of Eureka are disappearing one by one. When they disappear, no one remembers them. Eventually only Carter and Zoe are left in town and Carter realizes that he is trapped inside the therapy device. Seeing no other choice, he drives himself and Zoe right into one of the anomalies that always appears when someone disappears, and he wakes up. Henry and Allison inform him that usually the device lets people go whenever they want, but the concussion he'd had was interfering with the device. Abby, Carter's ex, decides not to take Zoe, since she realized that it seems to be one of the only places that Zoe fits in.|
|17||5||"Duck Duck Goose"||Michael Lange||Ethan Matthew Lawrence||August 7, 2007|
|Space junk is massing over Eureka, forming a giant debris cloud that threatens to destroy the town and its inhabitants. Carter must find what is drawing it, and why, before disaster strikes. At first, they suspect a scientist who tried to use space junk as a weapon. Then, at the high school science fair, Zoe messes with a rival's project, an array, and all metallic things are drawn to it. They discover that an array of a similar design is on top of GD, used to take deep-space photos. It was made by the mother of the student who created the smaller, original version. When the array bounces off of the electromagnetic shield around GD, it creates one giant magnet. Carter and the GD scientists are able to make the space junk dissolve in the atmosphere.|
|18||6||"Noche de Sueños"||Eric Laneuville||Jaime Paglia||August 14, 2007|
|An epidemic of shared dreaming in Eureka seems amusing, if somewhat embarrassing, until it is discovered that the cause will ultimately prove lethal for everyone in town. They discover that Stark and Allison were trying to be in Kevin's dream (Kevin now has a special connection to the Artifact), but it interferes with a neurologist's neural network of 50 people, who the dreams originate from, and when the dreams occur, a compound builds up in the spinal cord. Three people die because of it, and Carter and Jo are part of the neural network. So Stark's dream-reading device is turned off and Carter, Jo, and the others are cured.|
|19||7||"Family Reunion"||Michael Lange||Story: Jane Espenson
Teleplay: Anne Cofell Saunders
|August 21, 2007|
|Fargo's grandfather, Dr. Pierre Fargo, is revived from cryogenic suspension in an unmarked sleeper pod at Global Dynamics. Once awake, he accuses his old rival of locking him in the pod, and stealing his life's work. It is found that the scientist did steal his work, but Pierre's best friend locked him up. He was locked up because his best friend was in love with Pierre's fiancee (Fargo's grandmother), so he froze Pierre. Pierre then ages and looks like a regular grandfather.|
|20||8||"E = MC…?"||Tim Matheson||Bruce Miller||August 28, 2007|
|As an experiment that will recreate the first moments of the origins of the universe, the "Big Bang", goes terribly awry, the town's geniuses turn into morons, leaving the fate of Eureka in the hands of Jack Carter and an antisocial young ubergenius, Zane Donovan. At first, it is believed that the Big Bang device is responsible, but Carter discovers that a new kind of chicken meat is responsible. The cloned meat contained a chemical that affected the brain chemistry of those who ate it. Zane, then, stops the Big Bang device from exploding. After a cure for the chicken is found, everyone returns from their "moron-mind" state.|
|21||9||"Sight Unseen"||Donna Deitch||Charlie Craig & Thania St. John||September 4, 2007|
|An abandoned research project on invisibility returns to haunt Eureka. Carter and Zoe become tangled in a web of strange occurrences that lead to Carter's physical disappearance, and the possibility that he might never reappear.|
|22||10||"God Is in the Details"||Michael Rohl||Eric Wallace||September 11, 2007|
|Sudden muteness, human bio-luminescence, and faucets running blood cause many of Eureka's citizens to believe that they are the victims of a Biblical plague. Allison begins to glow, but the bioluminscence will kill her, and then all power goes out in Eureka. It is discovered that a woman, recently widowed, has been building a machine that has connected all space and time a temporal rift, or a gateway to the multiverse so that she can be with her husband again (she believes the gateway to lead to heaven), but doing so has created specific ultrasonic sound waves that put pressure on human vocal cords, making speech impossible, it vibrated microorganisms in the water, who released a red dye, and somehow caused Allison's cells to glow. The machine is shut off and Stark is afraid Allison is going to die, for he cannot find a cure. Stark brings in Kevin, who is able to heal her. The town returns to normal.|
|23||11||"Maneater"||Michael Robison||Bruce Miller||September 18, 2007|
|Sheriff Jack Carter becomes absolutely irresistible to every woman in Eureka. But if he doesn't get his mojo under control, they may just eat him alive. At the same time, things begin to explode all over Eureka. Henry goes into the tunnels underneath the town (the source of the problem). The tunnels are where water is filtered, and cool air for air conditioning is made. The scientist in charge of the tunnels stumbled upon some old Native American bones and was exposed to a peptide that made him irresistible to his wife, who locked him in his own house. But before that, the scientist had visited Taggert's lab, when Carter went into the lab, some of the peptide rubbed off on him. When Carter later went into the tunnels, he found the bones also and was exposed to even more of the peptide. Carter is attacked by over twenty women. Soon the air conditioning is fixed, the pressure explosions (which was supposed to move water up pipes) stop but, soon, the peptide is in the air of Eureka, pumped out by the air conditioning. A solution is discovered, Henry's asthma medicine. They pump it into the air using the air conditioning and all the men in town are saved.|
|24||12||"All That Glitters…" (Part 1)||Michael Grossman||Thania St. John||September 25, 2007|
|Beverly Barlowe returns to town just as a parasitic bacterium threatens to destroy Eureka, by turning all metal into gold and then into rust. The town begins to fall apart and soon GD is affected. Fargo is stuck underneath some rubble. Stark comes up with a solution which Carter uses to stop the remaining rubble from crushing Fargo. The cure is administered to the town, and everything returns to normal. Henry finds Beverly in a cell in Stark's lab and sets her free. He plans on working with her to get Kevin to separate him from the Artifact so that the knowledge and energy within Kevin is not abused. Later, Henry calls Carter to his office saying that before they could stop the bacteria, it mutated and is attacking humans. GD goes into security mode and Allison, Kevin, Henry, and Beverly are all in the control room when the alarm goes off, the control room then seals itself off and drops a mile beneath GD. Section 4 is where the outbreak started and is quarantined.|
|25||13||"A Night at Global Dynamics" (Part 2)||Michael Lange||Jaime Paglia||October 2, 2007|
|Nathan Stark and Jack Carter must put aside their rivalry to stop a deadly bacteria from destroying the town and killing Allison's son Kevin. Allison, Kevin, Henry, and Beverly are a mile beneath GD in a bunker, and Henry forces Allison to open up a room that contains a teleportation device, and they will use this escape method to separate Kevin from the Artifact. Meanwhile Carter, Taggert, and Stark get in protective gear and go into quarantined Section 4, which is filled with rubble when the beams were degrading in All That Glitters.... They find many people in the morgue, where the infection supposedly began, but they are just fine. Taggert attempts to lead people out of Section 4 but the defense systems pretend to be Fargo. Henry and Beverly decide it is time to teleport Kevin to the other bunker, where the Consortium can get him. Before this happens, Allison attacks Beverly, a brutal fight ensues, and Beverly is knocked out. Allison then threatens to kill Henry. Kevin intervenes and tells her to stop. Henry reveals that he was on Allison and Stark's side all along. Fargo and Zane almost have control of GD. Beverly wakes up with a knife and tries to stop Henry. Carter and Stark then appear. Stark says that the teleporter is not ready to make a successful transport. Henry says that he has calibrated it to separate Kevin from the Artifact. Kevin is placed inside the teleportation device. Jo tries to convince General Mansfield not to thermo-clean GD. Beverly uses the teleporter. Taggert is successful in leading everyone out of Section 4. Stark tells Mansfield that Beverly is dead. Henry admits to the General he was responsible for all of it. Henry is taken away by the military for his crimes.|
Season 3 (2008–2009)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|26||1||"Bad to the Drone"||Bryan Spicer||Jaime Paglia||July 29, 2008|
|Success comes at a price, as several citizens of Eureka discover when the DOD sends corporate fixer Eva Thorne, reputed for completely revamping more Fortune 500 companies than anyone else, to town during an Anti-Missile test that sees the target drone named Martha threatening Eureka. Martha terrorizes the town, blowing up the Viper (a weapon that shot down all other drones like her) and stalks Carter, destroys Carter's car, and attacks Carter and Jo at the sheriff's office. They discover that Martha went from having the mindset of a toddler to the mindset of a teenager, and find out that the wife of the scientist who built her increased Martha's intelligence. At Cafe Diem Martha befriends Zoe and attacks Thorne and her escort, the suck-up (and Fargo's arch nemesis) Larry. Larry is knocked unconscious. Martha is taken to GD. Carter and Jo investigate and find a remote control device on her. They discover that Larry put the device on her so he could control her and impress Thorne. However, with her teenage mindset Martha did not care for being controlled and attacked him. At Global Dynamics Martha wakes up and releases other drones similar to her. The fleet of drones heads toward Eureka, and begin taking down the EM shield that would keep them inside of the Eureka city limits. Thorne calls in a squadron of F-16's to stop the drones just in case they escape. Carter, Stark, Fargo, and Allison think that Martha just wants room to breathe, and she feels that she cannot do that inside of the EM shield. But Martha may also be trying to prove herself as being independent and may plan world domination, which would cause World War III. So they purposefully take the EM shield down, hoping Martha will see it as an olive branch. The drones and the F-16's charge each other and Zoe (understanding what Martha is going through) talks to Martha over the radio and is able to convince her to come back to Eureka. The drones disengage and return to Global Dynamics.|
|27||2||"What About Bob?"||Fred Gerber||Charlie Craig||August 5, 2008|
|Sheriff Jack Carter and Allison Blake investigate when a scientist mysteriously disappears from within a sealed biosphere. Meanwhile, the Corporate Fixer - Eva Thorne - attempts to make Eureka’s efforts more profitable. Carter and Allison go into the 12,000 acre Lab 27, one half mile beneath GD to search for the scientist, Bob Nobb. They find that he is de-evolving into a reptile, and so are the other 10 people who have been in Lab 27 for the past 11 years. Stark eventually comes down into the Lab to help them, and Henry (who is in prison) is hooked up with a holographic device and appears in the Lab as well. Further investigation shows that everyone is turning into reptiles, and that a scientist up at the surface wanted Bob to get sick so he used the artificial lighting to irradiate Bob's garden, hoping that Bob would just get sick, but he turned into a reptilian humanoid and everyone else is too, including Carter, Allison, and Stark. Bob escapes and grabs Allison, planning on eating her. So Carter, Stark, and holo-Henry shoot him and a cure is found. Thorne gets Henry a pardon and he returns to Eureka.|
|28||3||"Best in Faux"||Paul Holohan||Bruce Miller||August 12, 2008|
|It is time for Eureka's robotic dog show, and the android canines are out in force. However, when sudden mysterious earthquakes shake Eureka, Sheriff Jack Carter ends up with a pure-bred disaster on his hands. Some of the android dogs begin exploding and it is discovered that logic diamonds were inside them, the only place that logic diamonds exist is inside the GD main computer core. Eventually it is proven that a huge magma pocket is under Eureka. And that a scientist was growing logic diamonds by melting coal still inside an abandoned mine, but it also melted bed rock. The scientist then wanted to test the diamonds and put them inside the robotic dogs. Carter and Stark using a digging vehicle and dig a tunnel that allows the magma to spew out into the closest lake, but they are nearly killed in the process. Fargo wins the dog show, and Carter later learns that it is because Fargo entered a real dog.|
|29||4||"I Do Over"||Matt Earl Beesley||Thania St. John||August 19, 2008|
|On Allison and Stark's wedding day, Sheriff Carter finds himself stuck in a time loop, causing him to experience the same lousy day over and over again. Meanwhile, Sheriff Carter's sister, Lexi, visits Eureka. As the time distortion escalates and threatens the town and entire universe, Carter's team takes desperate measures. Carter tries everything to escape the time loop, he even takes Lexi's advice believing it is stress related and kisses Allison right before she walks down the aisle. Carter finds he is not the only one inside the time loop, but the scientist tries to fix it and dies. Stark saves the day, but sacrifices himself to do so, seeming to dematerialize.|
|30||5||"Show Me the Mummy"||Ernest Dickerson||Curtis Kheel||August 26, 2008|
|Sheriff Carter ends up with an accursed mess on his hands when the opening of an Ancient Egyptian tomb unleashes lethal effects on those who opened it as a swarm of Ancient Bugs are re-hydrated and reanimated. The Bugs use humans as hosts, dehydrate and eventually kill them. When they almost overrun the town, the sheriff and Global Dynamics must contain the Bugs or let Eureka fall into the mercy of a 3000-year-old plague. The only thing that kills the Bugs is extreme cold, so they lure the Bugs into the refrigerator at Cafe Diem and lower the temperature to 0 K (−273 °C; −460 °F).|
|31||6||"Phased and Confused"||Michael Robison||Nick Wauters||September 9, 2008|
|A mysterious "superhero" who can walk through walls and fly is causing a ruckus in Eureka. Meanwhile, Zoe and her friends are trapped in a forgotten bunker that was built before World War II. Zoe slips and falls in a mysterious substance that has far-reaching consequences. Zoe, Zane, and her friends get trapped in the bunker, and the "superhero", who was just trying to impress Lexi, is found stuck in a wall; the device that allows him to walk through walls eventually makes you decoherent. Carter puts on the device and saves Zoe, Zane, and the others. Later Allison and Henry are able to make Carter become coherent.|
|32||7||"Here Come the Suns"||Oz Scott||Jaime Paglia & Eric Wallace||September 16, 2008|
|It is Election Day in Eureka, but voting is the least of the town's concerns when an artificial sun threatens to go supernova. Lexi is going to have twin boys. A student at Tesla school built the sun but at the same time a man running for mayor who manipulates the clouds for advertising used a special kind of hydrogen that the sun began to burn off of. The town is evacuated and people are still complaining about who should be mayor, but Henry makes them see the bigger picture, that they need to be concerned for the town not for who runs it. Carter and Zane must turn off the cloud sculpting device, but the closer they get to the 'cloud farm' where the device is the hotter it gets, so they put on a gel that Fargo and Vincent were using to make them immune to the heat, they have a hard time finding the device because the cloud farm has been turned into steam, they find it and fire it at the sun, which goes dead. Everyone returns to town and Henry, who did not even run, is elected mayor.|
|33||8||"From Fear to Eternity"||Eric Laneuville||Thania St. John||September 23, 2008|
|A doomsday weapon built in the abandoned military complex is discovered, as is the secret Thorne wants to stay hidden – she's 107 years old, real name Mary Perkins, and was involved in a pre-Eureka research project that developed the first atomic bombs (using radioactive material from meteorites). Meanwhile, Jo and Zane get stuck together, literally, and Zoe's life is imperiled by the aging syndrome that killed Mary's colleagues which she got from slipping in that puddle. Allison is found to be pregnant with Nathan's child. Thorne sacrifices her only chance for a cure for her condition to save Zoe, but the radiation that caused the aging condition is released into the town. The team realizes that the scientists managed to create a cure: the doomsday bomb in the bunker was a fail-safe to neutralize the radiation if it ever got out and the scientists ran out of time to use it on themselves. The bomb is triggered and the town is saved. Meanwhile, Jo and Zane are finally freed and renew their seemingly failing relationship. After Jack lets Thorne go to find a new life as he feels she's a victim too, General Mansfield tells Carter that his services are no longer needed by the town of Eureka.|
|34||9||"Welcome Back Carter"||Matthew Diamond||Bruce Miller||July 10, 2009|
|Following Carter's dismissal, Fargo and General Mansfield decide to field-test a new robotic sheriff named Andy. However, the unfortunate robot seems to be the target of random gravitational anomalies which repeatedly crush him, and Carter cannot help but get involved. When Andy refuses to help due to low chances of success, Carter volunteers and gets close but fails. However, Andy, inspired by Carter's bravery disregards the odds and saves him. Working together they save the day, doing a job that neither of them could have succeeded in alone. Afterward, Andy realizes that Eureka is better off in Carter's hands and exploits a loophole in the town charter to have him reinstated stating that after calculating the odds, he believes Eureka has the best odds of survival with Carter as sheriff. At the end of the episode an alien object is detected heading straight for the town.|
|35||10||"Your Face or Mine?"||Colin Ferguson||Jaime Paglia||July 17, 2009|
|Carter must take the bi-annual D.O.D. re-certification test in order to remain sheriff of Eureka. The test takes 48 hours and the test is conducted completely isolated from the rest of the town. Jo passes her test with a perfect score, only to be disappointed when Zane tells her that no-one is perfect. She then fills in as active sheriff while Carter is taking the test, as well as taking care of Zoe while Carter is otherwise occupied. Allison wants to put a new security measure into effect that uses a DNA scan to grant or deny access to various points of Global Dynamics. Henry doesn’t want to install the new devices, so Jo is called in as the deciding vote. Jo decides to have the devices installed and is the first one scanned for identification, but the device malfunctions and nearly electrocutes her. When Jo comes to it is discovered that someone had stolen a critical piece of the device. Allison wants to pull Carter out of his test to have him help find the thief, but Jo insists that she can track down the thief herself. When Jo asks Henry about the missing piece of equipment, he tells her that he is also missing an important piece of equipment. Leaving Henry to ponder a possible link between the two stolen items, Jo heads for the Smart House to help Zoe with homework. Jo finds that walking a mile in Carter's shoes is proving to be a challenge, especially when Zoe wants to blow off work and go to karaoke night at Café Diem. Jo's still feeling the effects of her near-electrocution and forbids it, wanting nothing more than to sleep. Zoe uses this as an opportunity to sneak out. Jo soon catches Zoe performing at the Café. Yet instead of grounding her, Jo joins in the fun, drinking too much as she sings and flirts with Fargo. Jo ends up kissing Fargo just as Zane enters the Café. Jo insists that she's fine, but Allison and Henry worry about Jo's state of mind after she begins behaving more erratically. Zane is worried about her behavior and convinces Fargo that she would not have kissed him if she had been her normal self. A third theft then occurs and the DNA scanner identifies Jo as the thief. Only Jo knows that someone is stealing her identity, gene by gene. Trapped in that person's body, Jo has to convince a skeptical Zane of her true identity. Fargo confronts 'Jo' getting the thief to admit their true identity. A worried Zane looks on as Henry attempts to stabilize Jo's DNA. As she shifts back to her own form, Jo ask Zane how she looks, to which he replies 'Perfect'.|
|36||11||"Insane in the P-Brane"||Steve Miner||Thania St. John||July 24, 2009|
|Several mysterious events take place after Dr. Drechmeyer is supposedly contacted by his late mother, a famed clairvoyant. He thinks that the readings on his new energy-measuring device indicate the presence of ghosts. His lab partner and ex-wife, Mary-Beth Curtis, fears his obsession will cost them their funding, but something strange is happening. Carter finds a car parked in the middle of the road, but its driver - a spirited and beautiful new arrival, Dr. Tess Fontana - denies leaving it there. Tess leaves Carter annoyed, yet intrigued. Meanwhile, Carter's sister, Lexi, enjoys her new "Invis-Apparel" maternity shirt courtesy of GD, which completely hides her pregnant tummy. It also proves useful when the twins' world-traveling father arrives in town unannounced. Lexi hides her condition, not sure that Duncan is fatherhood material, much to Zoe's disapproval. Later, at Café Diem, Carter finds a highly agitated Dr. Drechmeyer claiming the high readings he sees prove the spirits are active. Suddenly, various objects begin to fly about and Carter has to tackle Tess Fontana to keep the espresso machine from decking her. Then, to Carter's surprise, Allison arrives and greets Tess with open arms. They are old college friends and she's been brought in for a secret project. Following another energy burst, Allison admits that GD has decided to re-open Section 5 under Tess's oversight. And she wants Carter and Tess to work together to solve the paranormal activity — even though they clearly can't stand each other. When Tess gives Carter a tour, they encounter a strange device, and some odd sensations, in one of the labs. Leaving the area, they realize that no one can see or hear them. This causes them to ponder whether they are dead; however, Tess believes they've somehow crossed into another dimension. Returning to the lab, they find Dr. Johnson recovering from an unsuccessful attempt to break out. His research on inter-dimensional travel created a temporary door into the Fifth Dimension. Unless they can re-calibrate Johnson's device before Henry and Allison unknowingly shut it down from the other side, the trio could be trapped inside forever.|
|37||12||"It's Not Easy Being Green"||Sarah Pia Anderson||Curtis Kheel||July 31, 2009|
|Fargo, Lucas, and "The Cleaner" (and bowling champ) Big Ed Fowler, prepare their team for the bi-annual bowling competition against hated rival Toby Bismark and his team from Area 51. "Creative enhancement of odds" (cheating) is all part of the game. However, cheaters never prosper and the Eureka team members literally find themselves turning green with envy when they are dosed with gamma radiation. Meanwhile, Allison and Tess are trying to get a clear view of the distant source of a mysterious signal from space. Needing more power for the telescope, they ask Carter and Jo to confiscate all of the Globidium power cells around town. The sites that use the plutonium-like element include Café Diem and the Smart House. Making their rounds, Carter and Jo discover that someone is stealing the radioactive fuel cells. By the time Carter determines that Big Ed is the Globidium thief, there is nothing left of "The Cleaner" but a pool of green goo. It seems that Big Ed had a pet project that grew out of control. Carter and Tess find a container for Ed's radiation-devouring microorganism that is now empty. It seems the blob had Ed for lunch and has now gone out for dinner. "Team Green" would be a likely target but Duncan, returning to confront Lexi, concocts a mud bath to cure their radioactive condition. In a scene reminiscent of "Psycho", the radiation-starved blob attacks. Carter comes to the rescue, but the mutating green menace retreats down the drain and heads for Eureka's last source of Globidium — the Smart House. Zoe is safe at work but if Carter's final, desperate plan fails, Lexi and Duncan may not live to become parents.|
|38||13||"If You Build It…"||Mike Rohl||Bruce Miller||August 7, 2009|
|Five unfinished plasma generators made out of scrap from all over Eureka appear in the woods outside of town. Carter and Tess stake out the site under the theory that whoever is building it will want to finish it. When night falls, all the teenagers of Eureka walk to the machines and start to augment them with new parts from town. Carter takes the teenagers (including Zoe) to the GD infirmary where when they wake up have no memory of ever building this device. The next night, the teenagers begin to try to continue building but the GD security stops them. However, other members of the town have fallen under the influence (including Zane) and they continue the construction. Carter and Henry realize that the affected are the people of the town whose cars have been integrated into the Smart Asphalt automatic driving system. The grid is shut down and all those affected fall into a coma. However the signal from space has been discovered to be the source of the sleepwalkers and it has gotten so close to the Earth that it doesn't need the Smart Asphalt system to build its device. The people of Eureka finish the machine and it creates a torrent of blue energy that shoots up into the sky. Allison prepares to shoot down the incoming ship until Fargo arrives. Fargo, who was previously held hostage by his car's AI system (Tabitha), arrives on the scene to tell Alison that the device that everyone has been building is a Boson Cloud Exciter, a catcher's mitt for a Faster than Light space jump. The ship lands, Henry approaches it and scrapes some dust of the side revealing a US flag, thus revealing that the ship is of earthly origins.|
|39||14||"Ship Happens"||Chris Fisher||Charlie Craig||August 14, 2009|
|The return of Henry's ship brings with it a surprise: his former love, Kim -- a creation of the ship's organic computer -- is on board. When electrical anomalies around town become deadly, Carter fears that Kim 2.0 may not have friendly intentions.|
|40||15||"Shower the People"||Stephen Surjik||Thania St. John||August 21, 2009|
|Jack investigates the deaths of scientists who drowned in less than liquid circumstances. Meanwhile, Allison's baby shower goes green.|
|41||16||"You Don't Know Jack"||James Head||Eric Wallace||August 28, 2009|
|Tess is collecting memories for a time capsule while Jack and Allison are trapped inside during a sonic cleaning at Global Dynamics and the townspeople exhibit lacunar amnesia. In the end, Allison's baby is born. Although this is a clip show, it has a full plot.|
|42||17||"Have an Ice Day"||Joe Morton||Story: Joan Binder Weiss & Constance M. Burge
Teleplay: Bruce Miller & Charlie Craig
|September 11, 2009|
|Tess hopes her first day in charge of Global will be uneventful; the arrival of an Arctic ice core brings a new Ice Age to Eureka.|
|43||18||"What Goes Around, Comes Around"||Matt Hastings||Jaime Paglia||September 18, 2009|
|Zoe prepares to leave for college; Tess receives a job offer in Australia; a magnetic disturbance hovers above Eureka.|
Season 4 (2010–2011)
Season four marked the first crossover event with fellow Syfy series Warehouse 13. Douglas Fargo (Neil Grayston) appeared in the August 3, 2010 episode of Warehouse 13, while Claudia Donovan (Allison Scagliotti) of Warehouse 13 appeared on Eureka on August 6, 2010. James Callis joined the cast as Dr. Trevor Grant, a scientist from 1947.
Season 4 was split into two parts, plus a standalone Christmas special: the first nine episodes were shown in the summer of 2010, a Christmas episode was shown in December, and the final episodes began airing on July 11, 2011.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||U.S. viewers
|Original air date|
|44||1||"Founders' Day"||Matt Hastings||Jaime Paglia||2.52||July 9, 2010|
|While celebrating the anniversary of the town's founding, Sheriff Carter, Deputy Lupo, Drs. Blake, Deacon and Fargo inadvertently travel to the year 1947, when Eureka was a secret military base. Carter, Lupo and Fargo are arrested by the military suspected as spies, while Blake and Deacon fit in as a nurse and mechanic respectively. While Allison aids in their escapes, Deacon determines they were transported by a space-time bridge created by an invention of Einstein and associate Dr. Trevor Grant (James Callis), with the aid of their communicators. Grant helps them return to the year 2010. They succeed, but due to their presence in 1947, the five discover a few changes to the timeline; Jo never dated Zane, Kevin is no longer autistic, Henry is married to Grace (someone he barely knows), and Jack finds that he and Tess are still together. In the end, it is revealed that Grant has also transported to the present.|
|45||2||"A New World"||Michael Robison||Bruce Miller||2.21||July 16, 2010|
|While Deacon is finding a way to reset the timeline, Allison discovers that Fargo is now the director of Global Dynamics, and she is now the medical director. Andy replaces Lupo as deputy, while she finds herself the head of security of GD; Andy realizes that Carter and the others changed the timeline. They also discover Grant is also in their present, and he reveals he did this on purpose, having wanted to see the future. The bridge device Deacon is working on overloads. Soon it is discovered that it is caused by a positronic lightning created by the alternate Fargo. Carter, Andy and Grant volunteer and succeed in shutting down the device. In the end, Deacon reveals the bridge device is destroyed beyond repair. The six travelers agree to never reveal to anyone that they changed the timeline—"If anyone knew about our trip," Jack says, "there'd be trouble."|
|46||3||"All the Rage"||Michael Rohl||Kira Snyder||2.29||July 23, 2010|
|Carter is uncomfortable with Tess moving in with him. Meanwhile, Fargo has trouble coping with being director of Global Dynamics. After witnessing a malfunctioning demonstration in the non-lethal weapons lab, everybody inside Global Dynamics start showing signs of rage before they are no longer lucid. The only ones who are not infected are Allison, Carter and Tess, who were not in Global Dynamics at the time. Lupo helps them find a solution before she too is no longer lucid, in which case she cuffs herself. Eventually, using Fargo as a diversion, Tess is able to correct the malfunction, causing everybody in the building to return to normal. In the end, Carter confronts Tess about how uncomfortable he is with her moving in with him, and feels it would be best to split up. Deacon and Grant work on repairing the space-time bridge. However, in the process everything they touch disintegrates. Deacon soon learns that Grace played a prank on him.|
|47||4||"The Story of O2"||Colin Ferguson||Story: Jill Blotevogel
Teleplay: Eric Tuchman
|2.27||July 30, 2010|
|Space Week begins normally enough, with everyone caught up in a rocket race to the moon and back. Then, an apparently drunk Zane crashes an expensive prototype in front of General Mansfield, leaving Jo floundering to prove his innocence. Things begin to get worse when the town somehow becomes over-oxygenated (and very combustible) - the returning rockets could blow up Eureka. An unlikely culprit is revealed, along with an unlikely savior of the day, and a small moment of comfort for Jo.|
|48||5||"Crossing Over"||Michael Robison||Paula Yoo||2.56||August 6, 2010|
|This is a crossover episode with Warehouse 13. Claudia Donovan is invited to Eureka, where she hopes to find all the coolest new technology. But instead of new technology, she finds that objects are randomly teleporting into the town, apparently from 1947. It is revealed Dr. Grant is the cause, acting like a magnet to the past. They fix the problem, but Grant loses the ability to return to 1947.|
|49||6||"Momstrosity"||Michael Rohl||Terri Hughes Burton & Ron Milbauer||2.52||August 13, 2010|
|All the AI in town begins to behave strangely as Sheriff Carter, Fargo, Dr. Grant, and Kevin go on a camping trip. They are soon attacked by a rogue Titan rover unit that has developed parental feelings over Kevin's school project, a tiny, emotional robot. Meanwhile, Henry reveals to Grace about his time travel, and has her restart their relationship from the beginning.|
|50||7||"Stoned"||Joe Morton||Eric Wallace||2.30||August 20, 2010|
|Zoe returns for a visit but the fun is cut short when people start to turn into stone. Meanwhile, the truth about Dr. Grant's past is put into jeopardy when the identity Fargo constructed for him draws attention. Jo is shocked to discover the identity of Zoe's latest crush.|
|51||8||"The Ex-Files"||Chris Fisher||Amy Berg||2.44||August 27, 2010|
The gang begins seeing visions of people from their pasts, leading to resolutions for some, and a confrontations for others. Meanwhile, the town seems to be collapsing around them and Dr. Grant gets involved with a mysterious faction.Note: Last appearance of Nathan Stark and Tess in the series.
|52||9||"I'll Be Seeing You"||Michael Robison||Jaime Paglia||2.25||September 10, 2010|
|Beverly and the Consortium, using the powercell from the stolen DED device to power their own Bridge Device, seek to return Dr. Grant to 1947. But when Carter intrudes, events are set in motion which trap both men in the past and threaten to alter present-day Eureka once again, while the powersurge has dire consequences for Allison.|
|53||10||"O Little Town"||Matt Hastings||Eric Tuchman||1.92||December 7, 2010|
|(This is a holiday special, and takes place outside the main story.) Taggart's "Santaology" technology is tampered with, threatening to shrink the entire town out of existence.|
|54||11||"Liftoff"||Mike Rohl||Story: Jaime Paglia & Bruce Miller
Teleplay: Bruce Miller
|2.02||July 11, 2011|
|Relationships get tested and a rescue effort begins to bring Zane and Fargo back from space, in the process all the electronics in Eureka are fried. While in space Fargo shares something about Jo to Zane. In the end Fargo appears before the Technology oversight committee.|
|55||12||"Reprise"||Matt Hastings||Amy Berg||2.16||July 18, 2011|
|A new scientist arrives at Eureka, accidentally bringing a new digital virus which uploads itself to Eureka's music system, causing people to act out song lyrics. It is revealed that funding to plan a voyage to Titan is to be granted to Eureka. Beverly makes her (hidden) return, adding a season plot related twist to the end.|
|56||13||"Glimpse"||Michael Robison||Ed Fowler||1.77||July 25, 2011|
140 Days remaining until the Astraeus Mission Launch.Scientists compete to be on the Astraeus mission crew for the trip to Titan. Jo and Carter try out contact lenses that predict potential security breaches. At the end, it is shown that the system has flagged Allison's behavior to be a risk.
|57||14||"Up in the Air"||Alexandra LaRoche||Kira Snyder||2.13||August 1, 2011|
115 Days remaining until the Astraeus Mission Launch.Carter has to investigate a Eureka-style bank robbery. Meanwhile, the selection process for the Astraeus mission goes into the next stage. Allison's behavior becomes increasingly erratic and she experiences major gaps in her memory.
|58||15||"Omega Girls"||Salli Richardson-Whitfield||Eric Wallace & Jaime Paglia||2.25||August 8, 2011|
106 Days remaining until the Astraeus Mission Launch.Too many aberrations in Allison's – now the newly appointed head of GD – behaviour leads Carter to suspect that something is wrong. With the help of Zane Donovan and Henry Deacon, they hack Allison's medical records, and find out that someone is controlling her using nano-technology. When confronted, Beverly triggers a town-wide coma and moves her plan into the next phase. Zoe – visiting the town for the weekend – and Jo, who goes to collect her, are unaffected: only they have any chance to stop Beverly now.
|59||16||"Of Mites and Men"||Mike Rohl||Terri Hughes Burton & Ron Milbauer||2.23||August 15, 2011|
91 Days remaining until the Astraeus Mission Launch.Carter has to struggle with indestructible machine-bugs threatening to destroy Global Dynamics. These construction mites have been created in order to build and maintain the Astraeus FTL spaceship on the mission to Titan. Unfortunately, the experiments in FTL communication has led to a malfunction in the mites, that makes it impossible to control them or shut them down, so they relentlessly pursue their primary function, which is to construct ship parts. Unfortunately, the raw material used for this construction is tungsten, which is also the main construction component used at Global Dynamics. At the same time the Astraeus candidates have moved on to the next level of testing, and Zane Donovan, Douglas Fargo, Jo Lupo, Holly Marten, and Dr. Parrish are all isolated in a cell for psychological stress testing, the test is compounded by the fact that the construction mites are threatening to destabilize and collapse the entire area where the cell is located.
|60||17||"Clash of the Titans"||Michael Robison||Eric Tuchman & Paula Yoo||2.03||August 22, 2011|
60 Days remaining until the Astraeus Mission Launch.Tiny, the Titan rover, is returned to GD after exploring Titan, and bringing samples of the atmosphere, surface etc. However when the compression shield is dropped, Tiny explodes, scattering the samples all over the area. Subsequently, the Eureka atmosphere becomes toxic and the primary toxins are discovered to be methane, ethane and nitrogen, which were all in the samples that Tiny brought home. At the same time, Allison and Carter's relationship is being scrutinized by a Department of Defense auditor, in order to assess whether it constitutes a potential threat to GD.
|61||18||"This One Time at Space Camp…"||Andrew Seklir||Amy Berg||2.13||August 29, 2011|
45 Days remaining until the Astraeus Mission Launch.The Astraeus candidates go through their final interviews while Carter and Allison appeal their relationship audit.
|62||19||"One Small Step"||Michael Robison||Bruce Miller||1.93||September 12, 2011|
7 Days remaining until the Astraeus Mission Launch.When the FTL drive in GD accidentally activates, sending Andy to Titan, the GD crew must race against time to save him before he is permanently destroyed by the freezing, corrosive atmosphere. Meanwhile, could a spate of meltings all across Eureka that have the entire town baffled be related to Taggart's return?
|63||20||"One Giant Leap"||Matt Hastings||Jaime Paglia||1.87||September 19, 2011|
|With five hours before the Astreaus launch to Titan, Carter asks Allison to move in with him, which she later accepts. Deacon finds a slight power shortage in the ship, forcing the countdown to be postponed. It has emerged that the power shortage, along with a number of power arrays across the town, is fueling a number of micro black holes across Eureka. Carter succeeds in evacuating Cafe Diem before it is destroyed. Jo and Carter decide the best course of action is to surround the lake with arrays, attracting all the micro black holes to that spot to continue the Astreaus launch, however they all merge to create a larger black hole. Carter, using Deacon's help, is able to eliminate the black hole with antimatter. Jo decides to leave Eureka. The countdown to the launch continues. However once Allison fills all the stasis pods with the ship's crew, mission control finds that somebody has hacked into the network, speeding the timer and redirecting the ship's destination. With Allison trapped inside, and a high probability the take off force will kill her, Carter breaks the reactor coolant pipes, overheating it with the hopes of aborting take-off; he succeeds in shutting down the reactor but the ship takes off despite this.|
|64||21||"Do You See What I See"||Matt Hastings||Amy Berg & Eric Tuchman||1.40||December 6, 2011|
|(This is a holiday special, and takes place outside the main story.) Crashing over Eureka, a wave of color changes the town to animation of multiple styles and cartoonish effects, including Jack's jeep coming alive, Andy being turned into a cartoonish robot, and Jo becoming a princess. All this caused by the Super Photon Generator, a massive holographic matrix meant as Jack's Christmas gift for the kids (with help from Fargo). Meanwhile, Kevin, Zoey, and Jenna opened a gift early called "Holotown", a 'create your own story' book using holograms. It turns out that the gift the kids opened crossed signals with the Super Photon Generator. As the episode goes on, with the main characters aware of the changing animations, the kids add villainous Snow Ninjas to spice up the story. As Jack, Andy, Allison, and Jo make it to the generator, they see Dr. Drummer- a scientist from the last holiday special- trying to fix the generator; but as he is, the snow ninjas join to create a 50 foot snow monster. The kids realize the connection between the generator and their book and give the others a fighting chance with Kevin turning them into Anime to defeat the snow ninja monster. Jack gets Jo close enough to throw a bomb into the monster, blowing it up. As the others fight the Snow Ninja Monster, Allison, Andy, and Dr. Drummer finally repair the generator, returning everyone to normal perspective. At the end of the episode, everyone gets together for a Christmas dinner at the smart house.|
Season 5 (2012)
On August 17, 2010, Syfy announced that there would be a fifth and final season. On August 8, 2011, it was announced that season 5 was to be the final season; it was later announced that the network had ordered an additional episode for season 5 to wrap up the series. On February 16, 2012, Syfy announced that the show's fifth and final season would premiere on April 16, 2012. In order to close the show one additional episode of the fifth season was ordered, which aired on July 16, 2012.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||U.S. viewers
|Original air date|
|65||1||"Lost"||Matt Hastings||Jaime Paglia||1.81||April 16, 2012|
|The Astraeus crew returns to Earth to discover that they have been missing for four years and, in their absence, Eureka has moved on without them. SARAH is the head of Global Dynamics with an army of Andy replicas as her security force. Henry, having taken much of the blame for the loss of Astraeus, is no longer town mayor. Jack has raised Allison's children and is now dating Jo. Now reunited, Jack and Allison work with the others to overthrow SARAH and Andy's oppressive regime and restore balance to the town. However, the crew is not really in the future; Beverly Barlowe has trapped the crew in a virtual reality simulation.|
|66||2||"The Real Thing"||Michael Robison||Bruce Miller||1.59||April 23, 2012|
|A month has passed and the town continues searching for the missing Astraeus crew after the DOD calls off the search. Carter and Andy go on a mission to retrieve the last part Kevin needs for a scanner to locate the Astraeus. After being apprehended, they are rescued by Jo when she returns from her walkabout and Carter realizes that the crew hasn't been lost in space, but on Earth. Kevin and Henry locate the Astraeus and Carter and Jo lead a rescue team. When they arrive, they find the ship and the simulator. However, Beverly's team and the crew are gone. Jack realizes that the person responsible for the disappearance is Senator Wen, who is revealed to be Beverly's superior. Meanwhile, in the simulated Eureka, the crew go to unload biological experiments from Astraeus and discover a dragon nesting. Holly, Allison and Grace start to notice that things aren't what they seem due to a malfunction in the Computer Matrix's Central Processor. Holly puts the pieces together and realizes the truth, but is killed by Senator Wen pulling her interface in real life before she can tell anyone else.|
|67||3||"Force Quit"||Mike Rohl||Terri Hughes Burton & Ron Milbauer||1.47||April 30, 2012|
|The Simulation begins to unravel when Fargo decides to leave Eureka for the airport which is where he thinks Holly is going, as he is driving the stretch of road that has the Leaving Eureka sign on it repeats over and over again. Zane sees a bird get stuck in a rock and goes to investigate, Virtual-Carter goes to help and tries to dissuade Zane which proves futile when Virtual-Carter's icon starts to glitch. In the real world Beverly Barlowe returns to Eureka to help Carter rescue the crew, because of Senator Wen's murder of Holly Marten. She plugs Carter into the simulation to replace Virtual-Carter just before he kills Zane. They collaborate with the rest of the main Astraeus crew to destroy the virtual version of the ship. Attempting to construct an explosion of this magnitude will make the Central Processor overheat which Henry can track in the real world. This works but the explosion causes a Cascade failure in the system, the simulation begins to collapse with the Astraeus crew still inside. They give Zane an electrical shock in order to interrupt the signals exchanged between the computer and Zane's brain effectively ejecting him from inside the simulation. Zane wakes up to the barrel of one of the Consortium soldier's guns. Jo arrives just in time to stop Zane from getting shot. Zane ejects everyone but Carter from the simulation. Someone (Wen) logs Beverly out of the system so she can't eject the Sheriff, then Senator Wen and a large group of soldiers storm Henry's garage and try to disconnect Carter from the Mainframe. Henry pulls a stun grenade on everyone but Beverly, including himself, trusting Beverly with Carter's life. Beverly gets Zane to log her back on and ejects Carter, she then kidnaps senator Wen and plugs her into the simulator, trapping her in a looping virtual version of the Sheriff's office.|
|68||4||"Friendly Fire"||Mike Rohl||Amy Berg||1.45||May 7, 2012|
|As the Astraeus crew tries to overcome their Matrix Eureka experience, Fargo struggles with Holly's death and decides to take an experimental therapy patch to accelerate his progress through the five stages of grief. Meanwhile, a lab accident causes Parrish's latest project, the Firefly, to be set loose. The Firefly is a ball of energy designed to seek out fires and absorb them. However, it is also a potential fire hazard. Henry discovers that Parrish lost control of the Firefly due to zeta waves being emitted by the individuals who were connected to Senator Wen's neural network. After the Firefly is safely recaptured, the Astraeus crew finally begin coming to terms with their experiences in the simulated world.|
|69||5||"Jack of All Trades"||Jaime Paglia||Story: Jaime Paglia
Teleplay: Eric Wallace
|1.49||May 14, 2012|
|Zane restarts the Computer Matrix Mainframe that created the virtual Eureka in the hopes of recovering some of the corrupted data. The Mainframe begins to search for the people that were plunged into it during Senator Wen's neural experiment. Carter, as the only person who was connected wirelessly, is found and the Computer starts to stimulate his brain - causing him to swap bodies with Astraeus crew members around him. Warren Hughes, the DOD relationship auditor arrives to make sure that those involved in the neural network are ready to return to work. Carter's body swapping lands him in a load of trouble as he is forced to take not only Fargo's rehabilitation test but Zane's as well. Machines malfunction all over GD and the cause is the members of the Astraeus crew. In the end Zane discovers that the Computer Matrix has found one other member of the experiment, Holly. Zane tells Fargo that she may still be alive within the program and Fargo must make a terrible choice between leaving the machine running and trying to save Holly or shutting it down to stop it from destroying the Sheriff's mind. After the Computer Matrix almost kills him, Carter proposes to Allison, telling her that after almost dying he realizes what is truly important and he doesn't want to wait any longer to start building a life with her.|
|70||6||"Worst Case Scenario"||Salli Richardson-Whitfield||Jill Blotevogel||1.62||May 21, 2012|
|Henry starts a lifelike disaster-preparedness simulation in the aftermath of the Astraeus incident in the first three episodes. It starts with the town under attack and ends with Carter not carrying Fargo down 72 flights of stairs with a broken leg. The DOD preparedness advisor Dr. Michael Clark gives everyone an overall B+ from 29 dead and over 300 injured in the scenario. Afterwards, the hard drive containing ADA (Advanced Disaster Accuator) is destroyed by a liquid nitrogen pipe rupture. As the day continues, GD begins to experience malfunctions and breaches identical to the simulation. They realize that ADA programmed commands into the GD mainframe, to make the previous simulation "authentic" by actually realizing the events of the simulation, and then destroyed itself so the commands could not be overridden. Meanwhile, Zane helps Fargo connect with Holly in the mainframe, whose full consciousness had been trapped in the Matrix after her neural patterns were disconnected from her body. Zane develops an adaptive waveform forcefield to hide the Matrix and not repeat the events of the last episode. Fargo manages to get in a few minutes with Holly before being called out to supervise the actual disaster. Allison and Jo also must deal with the emotional awkwardness/trauma of the possibility of Jack winding up with Jo if Allison were gone. The final piece of the scenario is a missile attack that ADA launches from a nearby missile silo. When the EM shield does actually fail, Zane uses his adaptive waveform shield to stop the missiles from destroying GD and the town. Jack and Fargo set it up at the exact coordinates specified by Henry, and they successfully save the town at the last second. Later, everyone gets together at Cafe Diem to celebrate. After the cafe, Fargo goes back to the Matrix to face a hard reality and tell Holly that she is technically dead. This saddens Holly and the two hold each other for comfort wondering what is next.|
|71||7||"Ex Machina"||Michael Robison||Kira Snyder||1.97||June 4, 2012|
|Henry delivers a memorial service for Holly, but Fargo is more interested in seeing her on the Matrix. Major William Shaw arrives to GD to install a new security system (PANOP) on behalf of the DOD and to take away the Matrix photonic computer. Fargo and Zane tell the others about Holly being in the Matrix, but Jo doesn't believe them. Zane, Fargo, Carter, Henry and Allison try to save Holly without alerting Shaw of her presence, but she interferes with the PANOP and a systemwide error causes Shaw to activate a "Level 6 Polymorphic Antivirus Purge" which could delete Holly forever. Holly tries to save herself by running into the computers of GD ending up in a laser, which she uses to write a message. Jo finally accepts it and buys them time to save her. After thinking that they have lost Holly, Henry reconstructs the interface and downloads her into Sarah's computer. The PANOP is disabled but Shaw still takes the photonic computer away.|
|72||8||"In Too Deep"||Colin Ferguson||Terri Hughes Burton & Ron Milbaugher||1.45||June 11, 2012|
|As Carter tries to find out why Allison won't set a date for the wedding, Jo tries to keep "Feynman Day" pranks under control. Allison and Carter become trapped in a leaky submarine at the bottom of a lake. Carter and Allison get in a big fight but soon Allison and Carter ask Henry to marry them now before they are teleported to GD, with Jo as the maid of honor. Holly's programming is too much for Sarah's computer to handle and Holly starts to fade away. Zane is put in charge of Section 5. Zane sets to work on a computer big enough to save Holly's programming.|
|73||9||"Smarter Carter"||Alexandra LaRoche||Paula Yoo & Ed Fowler||1.59||June 18, 2012|
|Carter meets Allison's genius older brother, who thinks his sister married down with him since he's not at her intellectual level. Then Carter's intelligence begins to suddenly grow, and he finds a breakthrough in Allison's brother's theory, but loses himself in the process. Allison tries to find out why and how to revert him back to normal.|
|74||10||"The Honeymooners"||Joe Morton||Eric Tuchman||1.61||June 25, 2012|
|Carter tries to give Allison a romantic honeymoon although it's not what she expects, since it is in the former sheriff's forest cabin. There, Jack encounters a file hidden in a safe which he gives to Andy since it is his honeymoon. Andy and Jo discover that the former sheriff was investigating a spy network in Eureka. Holly's mind is downloaded into her bio-printed body but she encounters some technical difficulties that could threaten her existence. Due to Andy and Jo's investigation, Grace is revealed as a former spy, but it turns out she's protecting Henry, whose former self in the timeline was the one who introduced her to Beverly. Zane manages to reinitiate Holly's neural pathways and save her. Carter and Allison reach a compromise.|
|75||11||"Mirror, Mirror"||Mike Rohl||Bruce Miller||1.59||July 2, 2012|
|The DOD, led by Major Shaw, arrives to Eureka to investigate the espionage case and take custody of Grace. An experiment with a cloud of smart-dust gets out of control, disrupting all communications in Eureka and will start affecting human brain functions in a few hours. Holly receives a mysterious message triggering an alarming change in her behaviour, and she uses it to change Andy's too. Henry wants to surrender himself, but Grace convinces him to not do so. Jo tries to sabotage the DOD's investigation to help Henry. Allison discovers Holly using the body-printer and becomes suspicious. She ropes Henry into finding out. Zane finds the message and shows it to Allison. Carter and Allison realize Andy and Henry are behaving oddly. Jo realizes that she has seen the message before, in the matrix. She's lured to the forest, when she's attacked by a copy of herself. Zane is arrested for tampering with the evidence files. Carter finds the missing control unit but also the body-printer Holly is using to create new bodies to replace the people of Eureka. He sees the already replaced Henry and Jo, unconscious. Holly knocks him unconscious too.|
|76||12||"Double Take"||Matt Hastings||Margaret Dunlap, Nina Fiore & John Herrera||1.50||July 9, 2012|
|The people of Eureka are being kidnapped and replaced by body-doubles one by one unless Allison, Fargo and Zane can figure out how to avoid capture and save their town.|
|77||13||"Just Another Day"||Matt Hastings||Story by: Bruce Miller & Jaime Paglia
Teleplay by: Jaime Paglia
|1.56||July 16, 2012|
|After the DOD shuts Eureka down, Zoe comes to visit before her graduation, and the entire town is threatened to be ripped apart by unstable wormholes, while Fargo tries to save Eureka from closing down. Henry tries to save Grace, going as far as to ask Beverly to help her. Dr. Taggart tries to catch his super-smart dog. Holly deals with her loss of memory, and restarts her relationship with Fargo. To stop the wormholes, Carter is forced to jump into one wearing one of Fargo's devices. The Secretary of Defense calls Fargo to tell him they've sold Eureka. Grace comes back because someone gave the feds an anonymous tip on Sen. Wen in exchange for her freedom. Jo asks Zane to marry her and he accepts. Dr. Grant comes backs as Dr. Rockwell and reveals he's bought Eureka on Fargo's pleading to keep it running. His only condition is that Henry accepts to become the new director, and he agrees. Allison tells Carter that she's pregnant. While Jack takes Zoe back to college, Jack and Zoe pass themselves 5 years in the past as they first come to Eureka, mirroring a similar scene in the pilot.|
Hide and Seek (2006)
|1||"Prologue"||July 25, 2006|
|In the woods, a group of teenagers sneak up to Jo's house with a camera, hoping to catch a free show. As they watch, a mysterious creature attacks them.|
|2||"Part One"||July 25, 2006|
|The video of the teenagers being attacked is now on the Internet, and Zoe has linked it to her homepage in an attempt to get some answers. Jack believes it to be a drunk in a monkey suit, but a visit from Allison confirms it to be quite real. Elsewhere, Taggart is happy to have found something after so many years.|
|3||"Part Two"||August 1, 2006|
|In the woods, Jo and Carter search for the creature. Carter mentions that he asked Stark what it was, only to be hit with the all too-common "classified". The two find a gutted bear, and bag a claw they find in its stomach. Elsewhere, Taggart is hunting the creature. It chases away Fargo, who has accompanied Taggart, and Taggart goes on the hunt.|
|4||"Part Three"||August 8, 2006|
|Taggart, still searching for the creature, ends up being knocked out by his prey. Meanwhile, Allison and Jack are discussing the creature while Allison changes a flat. Jack mentions that he has given the claw to Henry for analysis. The creature begins sneaking up on Allison during their conversation. Allison notices this, and asks Jack to come help. The creature then attacks, chasing Allison into her car. A gunshot goes off as the screen goes dark.|
|5||"Part Four"||August 15, 2006|
|Taggart comes to, having survived his encounter with the creature. He finds Fargo's broken glasses, and assumes the scientist to be dead. At Henry's garage, the creature is now in a body bag, having been shot by Allison. A team from Global Dynamics is on its way to pick it up. Henry explains that the creature has DNA that only Neanderthals should have, and that the claw Jack gave him doesn't belong to the one Allison shot. In the woods, something lets out a loud roar.|
|6||"Part Five"||August 22, 2006|
|At the sheriff's office, Fargo stumbles in, tired and bruised. He explains that the creature is supposedly the "Missing Link". At Global Dynamics, he also notes that the creature Allison shot is not the one that attacked him. Jack tries once again to get Stark to explain what the creature is, but Stark merely says that Taggart can explain it better. As Jack and Fargo leave to find Taggart, Stark notes that Taggart is one "stupid brilliant son of a bitch." In the woods, Jack and Fargo hear the creature roar as it closes on them.|
|7||"Part Six"||August 29, 2006|
|Having momentarily avoided the creature, Jack and Fargo find Taggart, who appears injured. Jack asks Taggart to explain what the creature is, since Taggart had been running the project that created it. Taggart, speaking somewhat incoherently, claims that his funding was cut off on the verge of the breakthrough, and says that they claimed it was too early for human trials. When questioned about this by Jack, he roars.|
|8||"Part Seven"||September 5, 2006|
|Taggart has apparently transformed into some kind of monster (though the scene is from his point of view) and is preparing to attack Jack. As Jack tries to reason with Taggart while reaching for his gun, Fargo creates a distraction, giving Jack the opportunity to shoot Taggart. At Global Dynamics, Taggart appears physically human, though he is still acting like an animal. Fargo says that they've put him on gene therapy, and that he'll be normal in a few weeks. Stark still won't explain just what has happened. Since the incident seems to be over, everyone goes home. At Jo's house, just after she closes her curtains, what appears to be another creature walks by.|
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