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Eureka Season One

 

 

SCORE: 64

Eureka Season One 

 

I did not catch Eureka when it was on TV. I saw commercials for it on other older television shows so I decided to purchase the first season ad see what it was like. Eureka Season One impressed me in a couple of ways. This hidden town has the smartest scientists in the world. They are constantly inventing new and cool science fiction stuff. An US Marshall (Jack Carter) winds up getting stuck there and helps them out on the pilot episode. He gets transferred there and becomes the new sheriff.

Eureka Season One has a few issues families need to be notified of. There is bad language, enticement to lust, lack of attire, attacks on marriage, blood, violence, alcohol, and more. The whole attacks on marriage bothers me the most. There are married characters messing around with other marriage characters who are not their spouses. They are going through divorces but they are not finalized. Eureka Season One teases they will get back together, and then the other person not their spouse.

There are only twelve episodes on Eureka Season One. It takes nine hours and eighteen minutes to watch Eureka Season One. There is plenty of humor in Eureka Season One. The smart house the sheriff has is amazing. Just do not suggest you might move since it has separation anxiety issues. The AI in that smart house has emotions. Sheriff Jack Carter is out of his element so often in Eureka Season One.

The bonus content included with Eureka Season One is Pilot Episode with audio commentary, deleted scenes with audio commentary, webisodes, outakes with audio commentary, podcasts, and Made in Eureka Mock Infomercials. There is certain content I wish was not in Eureka Season One. The premise is interesting, and the characters are good. I feel bad for the sheriff since his daughter breaks so many rules.

At the end of Eureka Season One we are still left with mysteries. The therapist is working for some organization trying to get ahold of some artifact. We are not clear on what this Section 5 artifact is. I enjoyed watching Eureka Season One. I will check out future seasons as time and money open up for me. I am curious to see how certain characters develop in this show.
- Paul

 

Graphics: 60%
Sound: 60%
Replay: 65%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: DVD
Publisher: Universal
Developer: Universal
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated


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