Wow. Oh, man, I can forgive some bad science on this show from time to time... but tonight there was some amazingly poorly thought out MATH in this episode. There was zero rhyme or reason to the way the stasis field was expanding. One would assume that it would be growing exponentially from the point of origin, the generator in Henry's garage. But of course, that would mean the stasis field would be surrounding the generator, and they wouldn't be able to actually REACH the generator to turn it off. So, instead, the show just threw all logic (and mathematical sense) out the window, and as a result I haven't a CLUE how the stasis field was supposed to work. They had some line about angles that didn't help one bit. If Kevin saves the day one more time, he is going to graduate to Wesley Crusher status. Spoiler ironically enough, considering who shows up next week... I'm growing a bit tired of Felicia Day. I mean, I still love her as a person... but she plays exactly one character, every time I see her, from "Buffy" to "Dollhouse" to "Dr. Horrible" to "The Guild" and now here. I'm not sure how I feel about that character showing up here on Eureka. Moreover, I'm not sure that Eureka really needed MORE characters. Interesting that apparently in Eureka, mass music piracy is completely normal and endorsed.