Eureka

Primal - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: Series 1, Episode 9: Primal. As Carter and Taggart are crawling through the access tunnel, the torch attached to the side of Taggart's goggles is pointing downwards, below his line of vision as established by the lenses on the front. As the shot changes to a close-up on Taggart, the torch is now pointing forwards, aligned with the lenses. (00:13:50)

Tailkinker Premium member

What Goes Around, Comes Around - S3-E18

Plot hole: Tess sends Jack an airline ticket to visit her in Australia. The ticket reads 'From: Eureka, Oregon, To: Sydney Australia.' Seems odd that a commercial carrier would have a terminal in the most secret town in America. Eureka is a town created by the US government for its top scientists to experiment with new technologies. It is made nearly invisible from the outside by giant holograms. Very few non-residents even know of its existence.

Grumpy Scot

Invincible - S1-E5

Factual error: Henry Deacon says people only use 10% of their brain at any one time. That's complete garbage - at times we may use quite a small part of our brains, other times the whole brain lights up with activity. The "10%" myth has absolutely no basis in fact - no-one even seems to know where this figure came from! Given the intelligence of Eureka's residents, Henry (and indeed others in the room) would know this.

Jon Sandys Premium member
More mistakes in Eureka

Marshall Jack Carter: Let's not shoot the crazy end-of-the-world machine just yet.

Nathan Stark: Good job, Carter... Wow, that didn't even leave a bad taste in my mouth.
Marshall Jack Carter: Wait for it.
Nathan Stark: ...Oh, there it is.

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Question: What ever happen to Allison Blake's son?

mrslaura

Chosen answer: He's still around, we've just not seen him lately, as scenes with Blake have been mainly at work, where Kevin wouldn't be.

Tailkinker Premium member

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Question: I've been re-watching this show, and have noticed this in nearly every episode. In scenes inside GD, there's always one person, a background extra, who seems to have clear plastic wrap over their clothes. Do you know what that is all about?

Holly Halfman

Chosen answer: It's basically just a type of suit that's made for whatever special project they're working on. No different than a lab coat, hazmat suit, fire coat, etc.

Dr. Nobel - S1-E6

Question: If the death ray is about to go off and they are trying to restore the doctor's memory, why does Henry get dressed up for the ceremony, but then has time to change and get back in the hole he's digging to access the power source when no one else takes the time to change? If they have given up on the hole, why would he even change back? If they haven't, why would he waste time at the ceremony?

Chosen answer: He did not change, he just put on some kind of gown over what he was wearing.

Bowling255 Premium member

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