What Goes Around, Comes Around - S3-E18

Corrected entry: Even though technology could be made to remotely control a person, they'd still have to have a body tailored for certain activities. Zoe has never trained for diving, and thus her body (and presumable all of the other divers) is not used to performing those kinds of feats.


Correction: It doesn't matter what Zoe's body isn't used to, it only matters what she is capable of (so the device couldn't make Zoe fly, but could certainly make her dive).


The Ex-Files - S4-E8

Corrected entry: Carter is surprised to see Nathan in the Sheriff's office, and as well he should be, since the last time he saw him, he had dematerialized, and was, for all intents and purposes, dead. But that was in the original timeline before he and the others went back to 1947. So in this timeline, Nathan could very well still have been alive, and it's too big of a subject for it to have been discovered off-screen only.


Correction: Since they all investigated the changes in their personal lives, and Nathan was Jenna's father, they would have made sure he died and wasn't living in Eureka or somewhere else. They would have to make sure they were familiar with the circumstances of his death to ensure no one knew about the other timeline.

I Do Over - S3-E4

Corrected entry: Carter seems to be frazzled by the time anomaly, and acts as though he's never dealt with a time distortion before. But back in Season 2, not only did he learn that time travel/distortion was possible, he experienced it first hand by going back in time, four years into the past to stop Henry from saving Kim.


Correction: Henry used a device to erase Carter's memory of the future, so as far as he knows he never encountered time distortions before.

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