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* After Kiera explains a murdered scientist's revolutionary work on matter/antimatter power generation, Carlos comments that she must have "watched too much ''[[Film/StarTrek Star Trek]]'' as a kid".[[note]]In case you missed the actual connection, Rachel Nichols played Gaila, the GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Orion cadet, in the 2009 film.[[/note]]

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* After Kiera explains a murdered scientist's revolutionary work on matter/antimatter power generation, Carlos comments that she must have "watched too much ''[[Film/StarTrek ''[[Film/StarTrek2009 Star Trek]]'' as a kid".[[note]]In case you missed the actual connection, Rachel Nichols played Gaila, the GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Orion cadet, in the 2009 film.[[/note]]


* In "A Test of Time", the Liber8's start [[{{Film/Terminator}} hunting down people with the same name as Kiera's grandmother in an attempt to erase Kiera from history]].

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* In "A Test of Time", the Liber8's start [[{{Film/Terminator}} [[{{Franchise/Terminator}} hunting down people with the same name as Kiera's grandmother in an attempt to erase Kiera from history]].


* In one episode, Kiera and Carlos track down [[Creator/HGWells Herbert George]], who is a student at [[{{AnimalHouse}} Faber College]].[[note]] FridgeLogic: Heck of a coincidence that there had been a student of that name.[[/note]]

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* In one episode, Kiera and Carlos track down [[Creator/HGWells Herbert George]], who is a student at [[{{AnimalHouse}} [[Film/AnimalHouse Faber College]].[[note]] FridgeLogic: Heck of a coincidence that there had been a student of that name.[[/note]]



* Does Section 6 remind anybody else of [[GhostInTheShell Public Security Section 9]]? Maybe that's where Alex got the cover story.
* Near the beginning of the season 1 finale, Sonya gives Kagame a copy of "A Tale of Two Cities" as a birthday present -- the same gift that Spock gave to Kirk near the beginning of ''[[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan The Wrath of Khan]]''.

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* Does Section 6 remind anybody else of [[GhostInTheShell [[Franchise/GhostInTheShell Public Security Section 9]]? Maybe that's where Alex got the cover story.
* Near the beginning of the season 1 finale, Sonya gives Kagame a copy of "A Tale of Two Cities" as a birthday present -- the same gift that Spock gave to Kirk near the beginning of ''[[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan The Wrath of Khan]]''.Khan]]''.

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* Near the beginning of the season 1 finale, Sonya gives Kagame a copy of "A Tale of Two Cities" as a birthday present -- the same gift that Spock gave to Kirk near the beginning of ''[[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan The Wrath of Khan]]''.


* Does Section 6 remind anybody else of [[GhostInTheShell Public Security Section 9]]? Maybe that's where Alex got it.

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* Does Section 6 remind anybody else of [[GhostInTheShell Public Security Section 9]]? Maybe that's where Alex got it.the cover story.


* "Second Truths" has a reference to ''Series/BreakingBad'': Emily jokingly refers to Alec as "Heisenberg". Alec continues the reference by reassuring her he means cooking food in his lab.

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* "Second Truths" has a reference to ''Series/BreakingBad'': Emily jokingly refers to Alec as "Heisenberg". Alec continues the reference by reassuring her he means cooking food in his lab.lab.
* Does Section 6 remind anybody else of [[GhostInTheShell Public Security Section 9]]? Maybe that's where Alex got it.

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* "Second Truths" has a reference to ''{{Breaking Bad}}'': Emily jokingly refers to Alec as "Heisenberg". Alec continues the reference by reassuring her he means cooking food in his lab.

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* "Second Truths" has a reference to ''{{Breaking Bad}}'': ''Series/BreakingBad'': Emily jokingly refers to Alec as "Heisenberg". Alec continues the reference by reassuring her he means cooking food in his lab.


* "Second Truths" has a reference to Breaking Bad: Emily jokingly refers to Alec as "Heisenberg". Alec continues the reference by reassuring her he means cooking food in his lab.

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* "Second Truths" has a reference to Breaking Bad: ''{{Breaking Bad}}'': Emily jokingly refers to Alec as "Heisenberg". Alec continues the reference by reassuring her he means cooking food in his lab.


* After Kiera explains a murdered scientist's revolutionary work on matter/antimatter power generation, Carlos comments that she must have "watched too much ''[[Film/StarTrek Star Trek]]'' as a kid".[[hottip:note:In case you missed the actual connection, Rachel Nichols played Gaila, the GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Orion cadet, in the 2009 film.]]

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* After Kiera explains a murdered scientist's revolutionary work on matter/antimatter power generation, Carlos comments that she must have "watched too much ''[[Film/StarTrek Star Trek]]'' as a kid".[[hottip:note:In [[note]]In case you missed the actual connection, Rachel Nichols played Gaila, the GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Orion cadet, in the 2009 film.]][[/note]]

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* To ''ComicBook/VForVendetta'', or at the very least Guy Fawkes Day: Liber8 leader Edouard Kagame opens the series premiere with a scene where he outlines the group's manifesto, calls for a rebellion, then blows up a large building. The date? '''November 5th''', 2076.
* After Kiera explains a murdered scientist's revolutionary work on matter/antimatter power generation, Carlos comments that she must have "watched too much ''[[Film/StarTrek Star Trek]]'' as a kid".[[hottip:note:In case you missed the actual connection, Rachel Nichols played Gaila, the GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Orion cadet, in the 2009 film.]]
* In "A Test of Time", the Liber8's start [[{{Film/Terminator}} hunting down people with the same name as Kiera's grandmother in an attempt to erase Kiera from history]].
* In one episode, Kiera and Carlos track down [[Creator/HGWells Herbert George]], who is a student at [[{{AnimalHouse}} Faber College]].[[note]] FridgeLogic: Heck of a coincidence that there had been a student of that name.[[/note]]

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* "Second Truths" has a reference to Breaking Bad: Emily jokingly refers to Alec as "Heisenberg". Alec continues the reference by reassuring her he means cooking food in his lab.

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