Eureka: Season 3 (2008)
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Eureka: Season 3 (2008)

TV-14 18 Episodes
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  43 minutes
Carter (Colin Ferguson) is concerned when Zoe (Jordan Hinson) takes a part-time job at Cafe Diem but bigger worries await. Henry Deacon (Joe Morton) may face a long jail term for the breach of security that saved Kevin. Nathan Stark (Ed Quinn) proposes to Allison Blake (Salli Richardson-Whitfield).
 
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  43 minutes
Nathan Stark (Ed Quinn) and Allison Blake (Salli Richardson-Whitfield), annoyed by Eva Thorne's (Frances Fisher) budget cuts, are baffled when they see the costly new lab she has created for Zane Donovan (Niall Matter) until she explains that corporate sponsorships will cover the set-up and marketable discoveries will make it profitable.
 
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  43 minutes
Carter (Colin Ferguson) is proud that Zoe (Jordan Hinson) has been invited into the accelerated physics program. Zoe fears she will have no life but physics. Zoe is not the only one feeling pressured. The annual dog show is coming up and, as Jo Lupo (Erica Cerra) tells Carter, competition is ruthless. The dogs are biomimetic and the prize goes to the inventor who can build the most life-like entry. Carol Taylor's (Gabrielle Rose) Fifi was Best in Show for the last two years.
 
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  43 minutes
Allison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) is getting married today and the morning does not go well for Carter (Colin Ferguson). His shower is cold; he cuts himself shaving and spills ketchup on his uniform. Next, he faces the unexpected arrival of Lexi (Ever Carradine), his free-spirited younger sister and her two cats. Carter heads to Global Dynamics where Allison needs help informing more than a dozen employees that they are being laid off.
 
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  43 minutes
The loss of Nathan Stark (Ed Quinn) affects people in Eureka in different ways. Fargo (Neil Grayston) is building a memorial to Stark but grief makes him vulnerable to tales of a curse when Eva Thorne (Frances Fisher) brings fame-seeking archeologist Sebastian Marx (Zac Santiago) and an Egyptian mummy to Global.
 
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  43 minutes
Carter (Colin Ferguson) accuses Lexi (Ever Carradine) of being irresponsible when she encourages Zoe (Jordan Hinson) to skip school and attend a yoga retreat. Zoe, in turn, is miffed that her father is running her life. Carter's annoyance extends to Lexi's friendship with Chuck (Mark Hildreth), Eureka's radical recycling manager, and their "we are saving the world" superiority. Eva Thorne (Frances Fisher) continues searching for...something.
 
TV-14
  42 minutes
The race is on to find a new mayor. Thorne (Frances Fisher) endorses Dr. Herrera (Dean Marshall); Fargo (Neil Grayston) is backing Vincent (Chris Gauthier); and Zoe (Jordan Hinson) is campaigning for Lucas (Vanya Asher). Unfortunately, Zoe's political activism leads her to abandon her science project partner, Kylie (Margot Berner), with unexpected results. While the candidates play politics, Thorne shows Allison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) a new chemical Zane (Niall Matter) developed.
 
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  43 minutes
Trust is becoming a rare commodity in Eureka. Jo (Erica Cerra) is unsure of her relationship with Zane (Niall Matter) while Carter (Colin Ferguson) and Allison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) wonder why Eva Thorne (Frances Fisher) is so secretive about the underground bunker. The bodies that were found there are to be shipped out, by Thorne's orders, before Henry (Joe Morton) can examine them and Thorne has ordered Dr. Hendricks (David Richmond-Peck) to use his mysterious security system to defend
 
TV-14
  43 minutes
After firing Sheriff Carter (Colin Ferguson), General Mansfield (Barclay Hope) adds insult to injury by replacing him with "Sheriff Andy" (Ty Olsson) the latest and greatest in robot technology. Mansfield's actions are too much for Jo Lupo (Erica Cerra), who turns in her badge. While Carter waits to hear if the Department of Homeland Security will hire him, everyone else struggles with losing him.
 
TV-14
  43 minutes
Deputy Jo Lupo (Erica Cerra) has just passed the bi-annual D.O.D. re-certification test run by Dr. Bella Pagani (Julia Arkos) with a perfect score and now it's Sheriff Carter's (Colin Ferguson) turn. Grudgingly, Carter enters the isolation chamber, leaving Jo in charge of the office, the town and Zoe (Jordan Hinson). The ensuing 48 hours will test his fortitude and ingenuity -- and will be a serious test for Jo, too.
 
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  43 minutes
A series of mysterious events takes place after Dr. Drechmeyer (Brendan Beiser) is contacted by his late mother, a famed clairvoyant. He begins to think that the readings on his new energy-measuring device indicate the presence of ghosts. His lab partner and ex-wife, Mary-Beth Curtis (Chelah Horsdal), fears his obsession will cost them their funding, but something strange is happening.
 
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  43 minutes
Lexi has it right: In Eureka, "stuff happens." This time the stuff happens while Fargo (Neil Grayston), Lucas (Vanya Asher) and "The Cleaner" (and bowling champ) Big Ed Fowler (John Desantis), prepare their team for the bi-annual bowling competition against hated rival Toby Bismark (Sean Owen Roberts) and his team from Area 51. Creative enhancement of odds (i.e. cheating) is all part of the game. But cheaters never prosper.
 
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  43 minutes
Carter discovers that teens are unknowingly re-sculpting the town, as someone -- or something, is controlling them while they sleep. The day starts innocently enough as Zoe (Jordan Hinson) shows Carter (Colin Ferguson) how Eureka's new Smart Asphalt can control her car. Later, an abrupt rocket explosion sends Carter to GD where he finds Tess (Jaime Ray Newman) confronting the culprit, Dr. Wyman (Eric Hempsall).
 
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  43 minutes
Henry's ship returns and brings with it a shocking surprise that Carter fears. Henry (Joe Morton) is stunned when his unmanned exploration ship opens and someone falls out. It looks like Kim (Tamlyn Tomita) but she died two years ago. They take her to GD for observation and realize that "Kim" is an organic computer, created by the original computer's self-preservation programming, designed by Kim and Henry.
 
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  43 minutes
Doctors Monroe (Jennifer Spence), Draper (Stefanie Samuels) and GD's Infant Development experts compete viciously for funding and favor at Allison's baby shower. Dr. Monroe's new baby monitor puts the mother into biorhythmic sync with her child; Draper's diapers absorb vast amounts of liquid and Bell's (Meredith McGeachie) self-sanitizing bottles compress fluids for purity and efficiency.
 
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  43 minutes
Memories define us and Eureka has some doozies. Tess (Jaime Ray Newman) designs "Storycatchers" to capture Eurekans' most important memories for a time capsule, the "Story Nest." While she persuades people at Cafe Diem to participate, Carter (Colin Ferguson) meets a very pregnant Allison (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) at Global for birthing class. But the facility is about to undergo Sonic Cleaning and they must be sure everyone leaves the building.
 
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  43 minutes
Change is in the air as Tess Fontana (Jaime Ray Newman) picks up the reins at Global, leaving little time to spend with Carter (Colin Ferguson). Zoe (Jordan Hinson), inspired by helping deliver Allison's baby, takes a Eureka-fied aptitude test to help guide her choice to pursue medicine - and is told that she should pursue robotics. Zoe's disappointed, but Lucas (Vanya Asher) is thrilled. Would that have anything to do with him wanting her to join him at M.I.T.?
 
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  43 minutes
Change is hard; and Carter (Colin Ferguson) is about to get more than he bargained for. Just as his life seems to be going smoothly, Zoe (Jordan Hinson) announces her acceptance into an early enrollment program for pre-med at Harvard. Neither Carter nor Lucas (Vanya Asher) saw that coming. Carter tries his best to appear thrilled for Zoe while Lucas buries himself in his work with Henry (Joe Morgan)
The hit dramedy series "Eureka" returns for its third season. A small town with big secrets, Eureka is a community of geniuses assembled by the government to conduct top-secret research. What they've unwittingly created is a place where anything imaginabl… View More
Genres Drama, Comedy, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Director Matthew Hastings
Starring Colin Ferguson, Erica Cerra, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Joe Morton View More
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Movie Summary

The hit dramedy series "Eureka" returns for its third season. A small town with big secrets, Eureka is a community of geniuses assembled by the government to conduct top-secret research. What they've unwittingly created is a place where anything imaginable can happen -- and does.
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Movie Details

Genres Drama, Comedy, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Director Matthew Hastings
Starring Colin Ferguson, Erica Cerra, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Joe Morton, Neil Grayston, Jordan Hinson, Ed Quinn, Debrah Farentino, Tembi Locke
Studio Name Universal Studios
Release Date 2008
VUDU Release Date 03/29/2012
Rating TV-14 About Ratings
Episodes 18 episodes
Language English

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