Yesterday's Eureka mid-season finale hit all the right notes, sending Grant and Carter back to 1947 in a desperate attempt to save a friend's life and keep time itself from unraveling. And the show looks to just be getting started.
On last night's Eureka, our heroes were haunted by the ghosts of their past, as beloved (and not so beloved) characters returned to wreak havoc. It was a twisty, crazy episode, and Eureka is clearly just getting warmed up.
Yesterday's Eureka brought people to a literal standstill, turning them into living statues. And yet the show itself finally unfroze, providing major revelations and payoffs for multiple ongoing arcs - all while subtly acknowledging how rarely Eureka does that.
Yesterday's Eureka explored the perils of giving in to your emotions, as humans and AI alike acknowledged and acted on their feelings, even if they left a path of destruction - some more literal than others - in their wake.
Last night's awesome Eureka didn't just provide a suitably epic (and romantic!) conclusion to the Warehouse 13 crossover - it gave James Callis his meatiest role yet, forced Henry to deal with his unexpected marriage, and almost unraveled time itself.
In last night's Eureka, Jo searched for the good in Zane against all evidence to the contrary, Allison tried to help a son she doesn't really know, and Jack discovered reality shifts aren't the only things that make people change.
Eureka got its 28 Days Later on this week, unleashing rage zombies on our beleaguered heroes. But that was nothing compared to the difficulties of fixing a time machine, settling into strange new jobs, and breaking up all over again.
Last night's Eureka delivered on the huge promise of the previous episode, exploring the repercussions of our heroes' time-traveling by showing us an alternate timeline that's equal parts better, worse, and just plain different than the one they left behind.
Last night's fourth season premiere sent our heroes back to the founding of their little town. Though the episode never quite delivered on the promise of 40s-era excitement, their time travel misadventure delivered a season-altering twist of absolutely epic proportions.
Never mind the (latest) world-threatening disaster to come from Oregon's favorite town of geniuses; last night's season finale of Eureka offered enough character (and heart) to make sure you'd miss it until it comes back next year.
Okay, I just need to get this out the way first of all. People who make Eureka? When ice melts - even magic nano-ice - it generally leaves things wet. But bad science aside, last night's show was pretty cool.
Last night's Eureka wasn't a show to watch if you were worried about retaining water... or making sure that a living computer made from the cloned DNA of your dead girlfriend didn't die was one of your top priorities.
Eureka's summer half-season continued last night with an episode that offered up the best argument for and against Syfy's gentle sci-fi comedy we've seen for awhile. Can we see more of the former and less of the latter, please?