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Eureka: Season One [3 Discs] [DVD]

SKU:2833641
Release Date:07/05/2011
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    Overview

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (19 out of 19)

    Special Features


    • Pilot Episode with Audio Commentaries
    • Deleted Scenes with Audio Commentaries
    • Webisodes
    • Outtakes with Audio Commentaries
    • Podcasts
    • Made In Eureka Mock Infomercials

    Synopsis


    While transporting his runaway teenage daughter Zoe (Jordan Hinson) back to Los Angeles, U.S. Marshal Jack Carter (Colin Ferguson) is derailed by an accident that lands them both in Eureka, a strange, top-secret town populated by geniuses and their families. As a scientist's experiment goes awry, Carter encounters some of the town's quirky residents, starting with the gun-loving Dep. Josefina "Jo" Lupo (Erica Cerra), NASA engineer-turned-auto mechanic Henry Deacon (Joe Morton), Department of Defense liaison Allison Blake (Salli Richardson-Whitfield), and the mysterious bed-and-breakfast operator Beverly Barlowe (Debrah Farentino). When the out-of-control experiment incapacitates Eureka's sheriff, Carter takes over the investigation to find the scientist responsible and, in the midst of mental giants, uses his common-sense approach to problem solving to put an end to the threat. Rather than return to the world they know, Carter and Zoe opt to remain in Eureka, with Carter serving as sheriff and Zoe attending the town's high school. While the residents prove to be quite capable of creating situations that call for a police response, Carter's biggest headaches are brought on by Global Dynamics, a massive research facility that creates technology for both civilian and military use. In the first season of the comedy drama, Carter must deal with a slew of unusual problems, including a crop circle's appearance, a reactivated Cold War-era weapons system, a house that thinks for herself, and rounds of verbal sparring with Nathan Stark (Ed Quinn), the head of Global Dynamics. ~ Michael Chant

    Cast & Crew


    • Colin Ferguson - Jack Carter
    • Salli Richardson-Whitfield - Allison Blake
    • Joe Morton - Henry Deacon
    • Debrah Farentino - Beverly Barlowe
    • Ed Quinn - Nathan Stark




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