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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Sherminator, Sep 18, 2007.
Sorry folks, Matt Frewer's back.
What did you eat!?
At least Matt was back and will hopefully not be back again for a while.
(they sure seem to have him come in for a full episode then *poof* gone for a few weeks).. if having him this week means he's gone for the next few, all the better.
It's sad since I really like him, I just hate this character.
I enjoyed the plot progression, and was very happy that Carter admitted he was a moron to Callie, they could have dropped it a few minutes earlier and disappointed us all, instead they had him apologize and then they got to sit together and talk. For me that's exactly what Eureka is doing right that so many other shows do wrong, they respected the audience. (not enough of that going on lately)
The B plot of Eureka being one giant self contained ecosystem, eh.. I can take it or leave it, and found the poop jokes unfunny, but that's just me.
I enjoyed this episode a great deal! The humor in was good... I can't wait for next week!!
Carter does the best reaction shots! They must have hired him for his befuddlement face...
It's interesting that the least intelligent guy in town ALWAYS solves the problems. This was a really fun episode.
And yeah, Carter has a great befuddlement face.
I am convinced that this show *requires* at least one 'malfunctioning GD security force field' and at least one 'surprise robot duck neck snap' each episode.
This episodes reactions, and those mentioned above cause me to giggle long after the episode.
Oh... and a Marco Marco / Polo Polo game or two...
"I think I am with Sheriff Grabass."
Haven't seen the episode yet but will watch tonight:
For those that remember season 2 (I think) of Buffy:
How does this episode differ from the episode where Xander becomes a babe magnet via magic?
The previews have the same general premise.
My whole family loved this one.
Glad to see the dry cleaning babe is back and wanting Carter. Stark can have Alison, for all I care.
God I love this show!
Yeah, another solid entry. This show is getting really good.
I like all of the women leads on this program. But I like Deputy Jo the best.
I want them to move the main story along. They spend five minutes here, five minutes there talking about it. The development with Henry being cut out of his investigation into Kim's death and Carter's own investigation being partially responsible for it may lead to a very interesting season finale. I want more.
Hear hear. Though the sexual harassment trainer would be a heck of a detour. My favorite moment, apart from "What did you eat?", was the look she gave Carter when he asked if that was a lot (regarding his glandular production levels). Though the bit pretty-boy said about how Jo being able to snap him in half was hot too, that was good.
When Fargo was talking through the speaker you could really hear that he is the voice of SARAH.
Indeed. I've been to a lot of sexual harassment trainings over the years, none of the instructors ever looked like THAT!
Oops, guess that last comment means the trainings didn't take?
You're in trouble now! I just reported you. Looks like you're in for some extra, intensive sessions with Dr. Young.
Try not to hate me. I do this for your own good.
I'll try not to hold it against you. Do you think she'll let me hold it against her?
D'oh, better make that a double helping of extra sessions!
Seriously, I just realized who Dr. Young was, Lexa Doig, also from Stargate SG-1. I knew she looked familiar.