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Eureka: Season 3.0

Colin Ferguson , Joe Morton    Unrated   DVD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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Make a return trip to the seemingly ordinary small town where extraordinary things happen with Eureka 3.0 in Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound. Reunite with the town’s hard-working sheriff, Carter (Colin Ferguson), as he tries to deal with his adopted hometown’s unique geniuses, volatile experiments and earth-shaking secrets … all while trying to raise his feisty teenage daughter on his own. Witty, surprising and full of intriguing mysteries, it’s the innovative SciFi Channel series that explores the fascinating intersections where human dilemmas and super-science collide.

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Incomplete! Aug. 4 2009
By kegs
Only talking quality the episodes were great - We were expecting the full season - but there were only 8 episodes! WAY Overpriced for what was delivered.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This series will be a classic for years to come. Feb. 19 2014
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I have not opened these yet but for the next long road trip or the long rainy or winter days.

I look forward to the extras and the overall clarity of both picture and sound for this viewing experience.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
There's some not-so-pleasant changes in store for the little town of Eureka.

"Eureka Season 3.0" (meaning the first half of the third season a la "Battlestar Galactica") provides plenty of those, which adds some new tension to geniustown (including some rather shocking cast changes and a new "love-to-hate" person). It's kind of disconcerting to only have eight episodes, but they have the signature mixture of warm comedy and intriguing sci-fi mystery.

Among the changes in store: Alison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) and Nathan (Ed Quinn) contemplate remarriage, and Henry is in jail. And the DOD sends in a corporate "fixer" named Eva Thorne (Frances Fisher) arrives to cut the deadwood from Global Dynamics. But then an anti-missile VIPER drone goes AWOL during a flight test and starts threatening Eureka, while Thorne decides to embed herself in Global Dynamics as one of the new bosses.

And while Eva ruthlessly makes GD "profitable," the usual sci-fi disasters crop up. Carter has to deal with bizarre transformations in a sealed biosphere, a wedding-day timeloop, exploding biomemetic dogs, an impossible volcano brewing under Eureka (and which sprays gross fluids on people), an inept spandex-wearing "Captain Eureka," a mayoral election heated up by an artificial supernova, and a swarm of ancient Egyptian insects.

In the meantime, Thorne is snooping around Eureka in search of something. Her quest leads to the discovery of a vast military base, and some bodies dead since 1939 -- and a bizarre substance that threatens Zoe's life after she slips and falls in it.

Apparently the once all-important Artifact is yesterday's business, because the dark subplot of "Eureka Season 3.0" is the mystery prewar bunker and whatever Thorne wants destroyed.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Something Missing Dec 27 2009
I just finished watching both disc's of Eureka 3.0 and I was left with a thought that there were some episodes missing. I believe I saw a few more episodes when they were shown on the space channel.
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