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Eureka: Season 4.5

4.7 out of 5 stars 177 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

When has it ever been simple in Eureka? Our heroes continue to adjust to the cataclysmic changes in their personal lives following their trip through time back to 1947 when the resident geniuses are presented with a new challenge: mounting a multi-billion dollar space mission to Titan. As scientists vie to be chosen for the 20-member crew, Carter (Colin Ferguson) has his hands full with security breaches, super acid and gravity issues, Allison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) can’t get someone—or something—out of her head, and Zane and Jo (Niall Matter and Erica Cerra) come to terms with their fractured relationship. Sci-fi fan favorites Felicia Day and Wil Wheaton guest star in this three-disc set that includes a special extended version of the episode “Of Mites and Men,” the holiday episode “O Little Town,” as well as the Warehouse 13 crossover episode “Don’t Hate the Player.” Relationship audits, force fields run amok, and floating banks… it’s just another day in Eureka.

Special Features

Disc 1:
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • The Mythology of Eureka
  • Holiday Episode: O Little Town…
  • Lift Off Commentary with Co-Creator/Executive Producer Jamie Paglia and Executive Producer Bruce Miller
  • Lift Off Podcast Commentary with Co-Creator/Executive Producer Jamie Paglia, Executive Producer Bruce Miller, and VFX Producer Matt Gore
  • Reprise Podcast Commentary with Co-Creator/Executive Producer Jamie Paglia and Writer/Co-Executive Producer Amy Berg


  • Disc 2:
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • Of Mites and Men Extended Version Podcast Commentary by Co-Creator/Executive Producer Jamie Paglia and Co-Executive Producers/Co-Writers Ron Milbauer and Terri Hughes Burton
  • Omega Girls Podcast Commentary with Co-Creator/Executive Producer Jamie Paglia and Actress/Director Salli Richardson-Whitfield


  • Disc 3:
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • Eureka: Season 5 Sneak Peek
  • One Giant Leap Podcast Commentary with Co-Creator/Executive Producer Jamie Paglia and Director/Co-Executive Producer Matthew Hastings
  • Warehouse 13 Cross-over Episode: Don’t Hate the Player

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Colin Ferguson, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Joe Morton, Erica Cerra, Neil Grayston
    • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Subtitles: English
    • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 3
    • Rated:
      NR
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: March 27, 2012
    • Run Time: 497 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (177 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B005PPMHWE
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,137 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

    Customer Reviews

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    By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 27, 2011
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    I admire the guts of EUREKA's showrunners and writers. Their time travel do-over ploy at the season's start was brilliant and has reshuffled the dynamics of the show in really interesting ways. But the guts-admiring that I harbor doesn't concern that. No, the ballsy move is the decision to NOT return things to the old status quo. This is the new reality. It's staying this way. And Fargo is still the director of Global Dynamics, and it's startling how infrequently he tends to mess up nowadays. Only a show like EUREKA, with its influx of crazy mad science and anything goes sensibilities, can get away with that sort of game-changing swerve and still plausibly fold it into narrative continuity. Try that on for size, Bob Newhart.

    With James Callis's departure, the second half of Season 4 shifts to the furor over the impending deep space voyage to Titan, the largest moon circling Saturn. The eccentric hidden community of Eureka is all a-hubbub over the six month mission as Fargo and Dr. Holly Martin (a recurring Felicia Day) must whittle down 387 applicants to a 20-man crew. But this is merely the backdrop to more episodes concerning out-of-control geniuses and science run amok. Sheriff Jack Carter - our longtime point-of-view everyman character - is still Eureka's dumbest bloke by comparison. And he's still the fix-it guy when things inevitably go kabonkers. And I get a kick that Jack's first go-to move whenever the fit hits the shan is to yell, "Alright, everybody out!" Running sub-plots revolve around evil therapist Beverly Barlow's latest transgression (this time targeting Alisson Blake), a romantic triangle evolving amongst Fargo, Holly Marten (Day), and Dr. Parrish (Wil Wheaton), and whether Carter and Allison are ready to move in together.
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    Eureka is easily my favorite show. It's funny, ridiculous, heartfelt, poignant, and endlessly creative all at the same time. It was always a good show, but I think it became a GREAT show when the timeline was reset at the beginning of season four. It's set in the super-secret town of Eureka, Oregon. Orginally a military town, Eureka was founded by Albert Einstein. And, of course, all of the world's greatest discoveries began there. It's filled with geniuses whose experiments constantly go awry. It's usually up to Jack Carter (the everyman sheriff) to find a common sense solution to save the town from destruction - which he ends up doing every week with a little help from his friends.

    You don't have to be a science fiction fan to enjoy this show (I'm not). You just learn to love the characters and the town. In other words ... just go with it! It's well conceived, well written, and perfectly acted.

    It's a HUGE shame to see this show end way too soon and I will miss it! There is a season five yet to come, and I won't give up hope for a tv movie (or several!) in the future.

    Do yourself a favor and get to know Eureka. You'll be glad you did!
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    Seriously. They are down to nubbins and absolutely pathetic, superstitious 'reality programming'. They have a gem in Eureka. A witty, wildly implausible and very enjoyable sci-comedy romp. This show is hands down the most original and creative offering on the boob tube. Maybe not the best show on TV, but certainly the most creatively scripted and developed dramedy going. I'll be deleting SyFy from my Fios favorites when this show goes dark - not to voice my displeasure with their abject stupidity, but rather, because of outside of Warehouse13, they'll simply have nothing to watch.
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    Love the show, period, end of statement!
    However:
    The packaging REALLY sucks (two-stars).

    The "seasons" so-confuses me that I almost missed THIS [4.5{!}] one.

    To remedy my almost watching programs out-of-sequence....and they jam up on my video shelves...
    I've repackaged them, myself, into NEW, replacement, 4&6-DVD-empty clear cases like THIS:

    Season 3 & 3.5 together ([only]4 discs)
    Season 3 as the outter wrapper with 3.5 cut to the inside spine.

    10 Clear Thin Quad Overlap DVD Empty Replacement Boxes / Cases with Wrap Around Sleeve #DV4R14CL (14mm) (4DVD)

    Season 4 & 4.5 together ([only]5 discs)
    Season 4 as the outter wrapper with 4.5 cut to the inside spine.

    10 Clear 6 Disc DVD Cases

    Another fine show I LIKE with 5-star (*****) packaging is WAREHOUSE THIRTEEN (13) !

    While this might present no problem to a NORMAL video-collector, I have been ab-normal for 63 years.

    QUAD-CASES can be purchased from various places, but, of course, the CLEAR ones are the best-functioning; -made; and highest-tech!
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    the same basic story lines are still there. The Sheriff gets a new problem each week. The minor character development is fantastic, this half season is rich in adding to our view of the dynamics Deleted or extended scenes are available for most episodes as well.

    Episode 54
    "Liftoff" July 11, 2011
    Relationships get tested and a rescue effort begins to bring Zane and Fargo back from space, in the process all the electronics in Eureka are fried. While in space Fargo shares something about Jo to Zane. In the end Fargo appears before the Technology oversight committee.

    Episode 55
    "Reprise" July 18, 2011
    A new scientist arrives at Eureka, accidentally bringing a new digital virus which uploads itself to Eureka's music system, causing people to act out song lyrics. It is revealed that funding to plan a voyage to Titan is to be granted to Eureka. Beverly makes her (hidden) return, adding a season plot related twist to the end.

    Episode 56
    "Glimpse" July 25, 2011

    140 Days remaining until the Astraeus Mission Launch.
    Scientists compete to be on the Astraeus mission crew for the trip to Titan. Jo and Carter try out contact lenses that predict potential security breaches. At the end, it is shown that the system has flagged Allison's behavior to be a risk.

    Episode 57
    "Up in the Air" August 1, 2011

    115 Days remaining until the Astraeus Mission Launch.
    Carter has to investigate a Eureka-style bank robbery. Meanwhile, the selection process for the Astraeus mission goes into the next stage. Allison's behavior becomes increasingly erratic and she experiences major gaps in her memory.

    Episode 58
    "Omega Girls" August 8, 2011

    106 Days remaining until the Astraeus Mission Launch.
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