History Fridge / Eureka

14th Jul '16 8:48:10 PM Goldenface007
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** From what I recall, it was mentioned once. Somebody mentioned that the Artifact's energies had dispersed and dissipated and that the item itself was in a sense ''dead''.

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** From what I recall, it was mentioned once. Somebody mentioned that the Artifact's energies had dispersed and dissipated and that the item itself was in a sense ''dead''.''dead''.
* When Beverly hijacks Allison's brain, she doesn't bat an eye at repeated mentions from the Founder's Day time travelers that she is becoming Director of Global Dynamics AGAIN, even though in this timeline, Fargo succeeded Stark instead of her.
25th Mar '16 2:36:32 AM Goldenface007
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* The Matrix victims can exit the Matrix if they receive an intense electrical shock. Zane uses this to escape the Matrix and to help the rest of the Astraeus crew escape. In the real world, he can eject everyone, except Carter, who is plugged in at a different location. Any one of the escapees after Zane could have shocked Carter out of the Matrix, but instead they leave him to be saved by whoever is there at the Eureka IP address (an unconscious Henry and the duplicitous Beverly). Carter could have "shocked out" with minutes to go, but instead has to be ejected manually in the last few seconds.

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* The Matrix victims can exit the Matrix if they receive an intense electrical shock. Zane uses this to escape the Matrix and to help the rest of the Astraeus crew escape. In the real world, he can eject everyone, except Carter, who is plugged in at a different location. Any one of the escapees after Zane could have shocked Carter out of the Matrix, but instead they leave him to be saved by whoever is there at the Eureka IP address (an unconscious Henry and the duplicitous Beverly). Carter could have "shocked out" with minutes to go, but instead has to be ejected manually in the last few seconds.seconds before he dies.
25th Mar '16 2:35:34 AM Goldenface007
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* The Matrix victims can exit the Matrix if they receive an intense electrical shock. Zane uses this to escape the Matrix and to help the rest of the Astraeus crew escape. In the real world, he can eject everyone, except Carter, who is plugged in at a different location. Any one of the escapees after Zane could have shocked Carter out of the Matrix, but instead they leave him to be saved by whoever is there at the Eureka IP address (an unconscious Henry and the duplicitous Beverly). Carter could have "shocked out" with minutes to go, but instead has to be ejected manually in the last few seconds.
16th Feb '16 10:33:22 PM Goldenface007
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* Kim directly addresses the fridge horror inherent to the premise of "Before I Forget", noting that in addition to using the memory wiping device to steal scientific breakthroughs, her husband Jason could also have been using the device to erase her memories of a romance with Henry, cover up if he was caught having an affair, and even erase her memory of leaving him.
23rd Nov '14 9:44:40 PM Firestorm17
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* In the episode "Reprise", one of the songs seen being acted out in the background is Nena's "99 Red Balloons" which is very blatantly about nuclear annihilation. Eureka is a town where citizens can casually own antimatter. So the clean-up that got glossed over at the end of the episode probably involved stopping somebody from nuking Eureka.
9th Aug '14 3:13:36 AM oneneoeon
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*** This right here supports my theory that Jack is actually highly intelligent, it is just his knowledge pool and mind are geared toward investigations.


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* Jack Carter is actually highly intelligent, he just does not apply that intelligence to gaining and using scientific knowledge. He instead is more focused on investigative work and problem solving. Notice how the problem of the week goes straight over his head until someone simplifies it for him, then its usually HIM to come up with a method of solving said problem even if he has no idea how to implement it(that is what the more scientific minded characters end up doing). One particular great example of this is the episode where Kevin slips some mental stimulants into Jack's coffee so Jack would not be looked down upon by Allison's brother. The first thing Jack does is read all of said brother's research and ends up coming up with methods that Allison's brother hadn't even considered. This unspoken facet to the character explains the early episode in which S.A.R.A.H. tried holding Jack hostage, claiming that there was enough data to suggest Eureka would fall apart without him(and Henry and a few others but it started with jack), He is smart enough to repeatedly figure out the Problems of the Week before more than a handful of people die, people who are reportedly invaluable to their fields of research.
17th Apr '14 11:53:24 PM Crisis21
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** And how did Zoey end up with a super-genius level IQ with average parents? Well, that sort of thing ''can'' happen, but Jack mentions his IQ score was 108, which he was quite proud of because he didn't know it wasn't out of 100. However, he ''also'' mentions he "wasn't even trying". What sort of person can half-ass his way through a test and earn an average score without paying attention?

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** And how did Zoey end up with a super-genius level IQ with average parents? Well, that sort of thing ''can'' happen, but Jack mentions his IQ score was 108, 111, which he was quite proud of because he didn't know it wasn't out of 100. However, he ''also'' mentions he "wasn't even trying". What sort of person can half-ass his way through a test and earn an average score without paying attention?
20th Apr '13 5:42:39 PM surgoshan
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** And how did Zoey end up with a super-genius level IQ with average parents? Well, that sort of thing ''can'' happen, but Jack mentions his IQ score was 108, which he was quite proud of because he didn't know it wasn't out of 100. However, he ''also'' mentions he "wasn't even trying". What sort of person can half-ass his way through a test and earn an average score without paying attention?
21st Jan '13 5:08:56 PM appleleaf
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** From what I recall, it was mentioned once. Somebody mentioned that the Artifat's energies had dispersed and dissipated and that the item itself was in a sense ''dead''.

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** From what I recall, it was mentioned once. Somebody mentioned that the Artifat's Artifact's energies had dispersed and dissipated and that the item itself was in a sense ''dead''.
21st Jan '13 5:08:31 PM appleleaf
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* Considering in the new timeline, Kevin no longer has Autism and thus no longer possesses the unique connection to the Artefact that drove ''everything'' in the first two series, you have to wonder... what exactly ''happened'' to the Artefact in the new timeline?! Does it still even exist?!

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* Considering in the new timeline, Kevin no longer has Autism and thus no longer possesses the unique connection to the Artefact Artifact that drove ''everything'' in the first two series, you have to wonder... what exactly ''happened'' to the Artefact Artifact in the new timeline?! Does it still even exist?!


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** From what I recall, it was mentioned once. Somebody mentioned that the Artifat's energies had dispersed and dissipated and that the item itself was in a sense ''dead''.
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