Eureka 5 Seasons 2011

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Season 4
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Carter must solve an only-in-Eureka bank robbery before the town floats away, while Allison deals with unsettling episodes of lost time.

Starring:
Colin Ferguson, Salli Richardson-Whitfield
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
August 1, 2011

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Season 4
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Genres Science Fiction, Drama, Comedy
Director Alexandra La Roche
Starring Colin Ferguson, Salli Richardson-Whitfield
Supporting actors Joe Morton, Erica Cerra, Neil Grayston, Niall Matter, Felicia Day, Tembi Locke, Kavan Smith, Debrah Farentino, Trevor Jackson, Chris Gauthier, Wil Wheaton, Darren Dolynski, Alex Ferris, Maxwell Boateng, Paula Lindberg, Damon Winters
Season year 2011
Network SciFi Channel
Executive Producer Amy Berg
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118 of 130 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 23, 2010
Format: DVD
In most sci-fi shows, time travel is usually just a one-off deal that never has any lasting repercussions. But it forms the centerpiece of "Eureka Season 4.0," in which a single jaunt back in time causes sweeping changes for the citizens of Eureka -- it sounds like a cheap way of shaking things up, but the focus on what time travel has changed is pretty interesting.

Carter (Colin Ferguson) is out jogging on Founder's Day when he suddenly goes back in time to the year 1947, along with Allison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield), Jo (Erica Cerra), Henry (Joe Morton) and Fargo (Neil Grayston). With the assistance of scientist Trevor Grant (James Callis), and are able to get back to present-day Eureka.

But... some things have changed. Jo is the security chief of Global Dynamics and never dated Zane, Kevin is not autistic, Andy the robot is Carter's new deputy, Henry is married to a woman he doesn't know, and Fargo is now the director of Global Dynamics. Oh yes, and Grant has come forward in time with them.

As they try to adjust to this new timeline, they have to deal with mysterious power surges, a zombie-style rage infection, a super-oxygen infestation, random teleportation (from 1947!), stalkerish A.I.s, people turning into stone statues, and hallucinations of people from the past. And Dr. Grant starts discovering that the future isn't all it's cracked up to be.

I was starting to lose faith in "Eureka" after the disappointing Season 3.5, which was basically a bunch of standalone episodes. And while "time travel ripples" sounds like a cheap way of shaking things up, it actually works quite well here -- the writers spend the entire season exploring the repercussions of time travel.
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60 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Carrie Glitter on July 13, 2011
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Many of the reviews state that this set is incomplete. It's not, but the title menu setup is terrible. When I first watched the set, I thought - like most reviewers - that there were only three episodes on the first disc (the first episode plus an extended version of the first episode, as well as episode two). From there, I moved on to the second disc, which contained only three episodes at first glance. So I watched those three after the first disc. Great? Not great. As it turns out, there were two more episodes on the first disc that you can access by either a) watching "Play All" rather than going to the episode index or b) finding the right arrow next to the first three episodes on the index that will take you to the remaining episodes on the disc. The arrow is not at all obvious against the photo image background of the episode index, as evidenced by the fact that most of us seem to have missed it. Now I'm forced to go back and watch the episodes out of order even though I know what happens in later episodes from Disc 2, which stinks. I would give the season a 4 or 5, but am rating the overall DVD a two for it's terrible design.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By FLYingG0D VINE VOICE on July 12, 2011
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As with previous releases, Eureka packages the season in a different, more "Eco Friendly" manner. This half-season comes on 2 Discs. Here are the episodes:

Disc 1:
01 - Founder's Day
02 - Founder's Day Extended Version
03 - A New World
04 - All the Rage
05 - The Story Of O2

Disc 2:
06 - Crossing Over
07 - Momstrosity
08 - Stoned
09 - The Ex-Files
10 - I'll Be Seeing You
13.1 - Cross-Over Episode

Air dates are from Jul 9, 2010 to Sept 10, 2010
Remainder of "Season 4" should be released as "Season 4.5" and be for the 2011 episodes.

I do not agree with the extended version of "Founder's Day" being counted as another episode, and also note that the "O Little Town" Christmas special is missing. It might end up on the Season 4.5 set, but it is not on the discs I got (that I could find).

The last episode listed as "13.1 - Cross-Over Episode" is actually a Warehouse 13 episode named 13.1, where Fargo makes an appearance. The major extra features seem to be this episode and the Extended Cut of the Founder's Day episode.

When selecting individual episodes, you will likely only see 3 episodes and wonder where the rest are. There is a white arrow to the right of the episodes listed. It is kind of hard to see, but it is there and that will lead to the second page with the rest of the episodes.

I love the series, so I am happy to have the set. However, I kind of wish they had a full season every year (20 or so episodes) instead of splitting each season between 2 years. Or at least just officially call them 10-episode seasons. (BluRay would be nice too.) Overall I am happy to have my physical copy of this great series!
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48 of 57 people found the following review helpful By skinnycdk on July 7, 2011
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I love the series but hate the way the season is packaged. I was under the impression that I was purchasing the entire season. All the advertizing misrepreasented what was being released. It sucks that the entire season was not in this package. I feel cheated, over charged and mislead as to what I was buying. I am very disappointed.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Steve Forsyth VINE VOICE on February 18, 2011
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The first two seasons of Eureka were outstanding and original. Beginning in the third, however a sense of "been there done that" began to creep into each episode. Even the actors appeared to be losing interest. But happily, season 4 was just the infusion of freshness this series needed. Taking our main characters back in time, then sending them back to the present but in an alternate reality was stroke of genius, allowing the writers to reinvent many of the characters and their relationships, giving us some fresh takes on what was getting oh so stale. James Callis (aka Baltar from Battlestar Galactica) is a welcome addition to the cast this go around, as are the guest appearances of Wil Wheaton, the cross-over episode with Warehouse 13, and the return of sadly missed characters Nathan Stark, Beverly Barlowe, and Jim Taggart.

Now, if only they can get Jordan Hinson back into the regular cast . . . this show would be perfect again!
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