Eureka

Eureka (2006)

3 corrected entries in season 4

(1 vote)

Correction: He says "Allie, can you hear me?"

Bishop73

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.

Knever

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.

Founder's Day - S4-E1

Corrected entry: When going back to 1947, Doctor Grant is smoking filter tipped cigarettes before they were invented (in the early 50s).

Correction: Filtered tipped cigarettes were invented in the 30's. The machine to manufacture them was developed in the 50's that made it easier to produce.

Bishop73

Phoenix Rising - S2-E1

Continuity mistake: When Taggart shoots the pile of skin grafts, it explodes, covering him, Jack, and Jo in guts. There's nothing on Tag's shoulder at first, but after a couple of shots, there is now a slab of skin on his right shoulder.

Knever

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

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Show generally

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.

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