History Series / Eureka

18th Apr '17 6:51:02 PM MagBas
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* TookALevelInJerkass: After season 3, Allison frequently comes across as a BitchInSheepsClothing, more and more. See UnfortunateImplications for her attitude to finding her son no longer has Autism in season 4 and over-the-top reaction to the Jo/Carter ShipTease during season 5, despite the fact that Carter ''clearly'' has been in love with her since day one and they are currently in a committed relationship. After his proposal she complained about the romantic meal he had set up for in a submarine (which granted, went horribly wrong in typical Eureka-style) and after they were married, then proceeded to complain about the honeymoon cottage in the woods he wanted to fix up for her.
14th Feb '17 11:26:43 PM pvsage
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* ReallyGetsAround: Dr. Holly Marten prefers to deal with unresolved sexual tension by resolving it, and claims that while she's awkward with the more social aspects of relationships, she's really good at sex. "This One Time At Space Camp" reveals that one of her previous conquests was Fargo's nemesis at Galaxy Camp.
14th Feb '17 5:25:41 PM pvsage
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* SentientVehicle: Tabitha, the AI in Fargo's old LeBaron in "If You Build It..." She gets moody and temperamental when Fargo doesn't take the time to give her proper maintenance or cleaning, and she acts like a jealous ex-girlfriend when Fargo ditches her for a newer car.

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* SentientVehicle: Tabitha, the AI in Fargo's old LeBaron [=LeBaron=] in "If You Build It..." She gets moody and temperamental when Fargo doesn't take the time to give her proper maintenance or cleaning, and she acts like a jealous ex-girlfriend when Fargo ditches her for a newer car.
14th Feb '17 5:23:38 PM pvsage
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* ProductPlacement: While slightly present since the start (All the video phones in Eureka apparently use [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cisco_Systems Cisco Systems]]), became blatant and omnipresent in season 3. They at least attempt to justify it by throwing in a new boss who implements what causes it in an effort to make the research done in the town more profitable, but ([[http://www.reallifecomics.com/comic.php?comic=title-2058 as Real Life Comics nicely captures]]) it's still painful to watch. Especially given that... "Here Come The Suns" is pretty much one long ad for Degree, and in "If You Build It..." Jo, Fargo, and Fargo's Smart Car Tabitha (a LeBaron convertible) unabashedly extol the Subaru Impreza WRX.

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* ProductPlacement: While slightly present since the start (All the video phones in Eureka apparently use [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cisco_Systems Cisco Systems]]), became blatant and omnipresent in season 3. They at least attempt to justify it by throwing in a new boss who implements what causes it in an effort to make the research done in the town more profitable, but ([[http://www.reallifecomics.com/comic.php?comic=title-2058 as Real Life Comics nicely captures]]) it's still painful to watch. Especially given that... "Here Come The Suns" is pretty much one long ad for Degree, and in "If You Build It..." Jo, Fargo, and Fargo's Smart Car Tabitha (a LeBaron [=LeBaron=] convertible) unabashedly extol the Subaru Impreza WRX.


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* ReallyGetsAround: Dr. Holly Marten prefers to deal with unresolved sexual tension by resolving it, and claims that while she's awkward with the more social aspects of relationships, she's really good at sex. "This One Time At Space Camp" reveals that one of her previous conquests was Fargo's nemesis at Galaxy Camp.
14th Feb '17 3:41:49 AM pvsage
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* ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish: In "Omega Girls", the passcode to Jo's detention cell is 0208 on a keypad hidden behind a portrait of President Obama, who was elected the eighth year of the second millennium CE.
14th Feb '17 3:23:58 AM pvsage
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* ADayInTheLimelight: Halfway through an episode, everyone in Eureka is rendered unconscious except for Zoe and Jo. Then Jo gets tasered and locked in her own cell and it's just Zoe.


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* AllUpToYou: Halfway through "Omega Girls", everyone in Eureka is rendered unconscious except for Zoe and Jo. Then Jo gets tasered and locked in her own cell and it's just Zoe.
14th Feb '17 2:50:46 AM pvsage
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* {{Robosexual}}: A platonic variant between Fargo and Tabitha in "If You Build It...", lampshaded by Jo after Tabitha starts to act like ''Christine''.
-->'''Jo:''' You know what? This is your own fault. If you had taken better care of Tabitha instead of dumping her on Larry...
14th Feb '17 2:34:08 AM pvsage
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* TheAllegedCar: Tabitha in "If You Build It..." has a host of mechanical problems, including a cracked engine block. Mostly, though, she's actually a moody AI that's upset because of how long it's been since Fargo "rotated her tires, detailed her dash, or [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything gave her a good buffing]]".
14th Feb '17 2:23:20 AM pvsage
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* ProductPlacement: While slightly present since the start (All the video phones in Eureka apparently use [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cisco_Systems Cisco Systems]]), became blatant and omnipresent in season 3. They at least attempt to justify it by throwing in a new boss who implements what causes it in an effort to make the research done in the town more profitable, but ([[http://www.reallifecomics.com/comic.php?comic=title-2058 as Real Life Comics nicely captures]]) it's still painful to watch. Especially given that... "Here Comes The Suns" is pretty much one long ad for Degree.

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* ProductPlacement: While slightly present since the start (All the video phones in Eureka apparently use [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cisco_Systems Cisco Systems]]), became blatant and omnipresent in season 3. They at least attempt to justify it by throwing in a new boss who implements what causes it in an effort to make the research done in the town more profitable, but ([[http://www.reallifecomics.com/comic.php?comic=title-2058 as Real Life Comics nicely captures]]) it's still painful to watch. Especially given that... "Here Comes Come The Suns" is pretty much one long ad for Degree.Degree, and in "If You Build It..." Jo, Fargo, and Fargo's Smart Car Tabitha (a LeBaron convertible) unabashedly extol the Subaru Impreza WRX.


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* SentientVehicle: Tabitha, the AI in Fargo's old LeBaron in "If You Build It..." She gets moody and temperamental when Fargo doesn't take the time to give her proper maintenance or cleaning, and she acts like a jealous ex-girlfriend when Fargo ditches her for a newer car.
14th Feb '17 1:43:21 AM pvsage
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