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Pilot (2007)

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While transporting his delinquent daughter back to Los Angeles, U.S. Marshal Jack Carter crashes his car near Eureka. He assists in a case involving a tachyon accelerator, built by an amateur scientist, and is hired as the Sheriff. The town begins to experience time and space anomalies, a child is nearly killed and a herd of cows is lost. When Carter investigates Jim Taggart kidnaps him and he meets Allison Blake who shows him Global Dynamics and the real side of Eureka. Eventually the accelerator is found and the scientist who built it dies trying to shut it off. The military then comes in and quarantines the town. The rift caused by the tachyon accelerator can be stopped if another particle collision can occur but a large quantum physics problem must be solved so Carter sneaks out of the heavily guarded GD and grabs Allison's autistic son who solves the problem, another collision occurs and Eureka, and Earth, is saved.

As a pilot, the sets were not final designs. The Global Dynamics sets were completely changed for the production series, including a different, more angular logo, and new exteriors. The director of GD was also replaced with Nathan Stark in between this and the following episode, nominally due to the security breach in section 5, although he is never mentioned again.


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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "Saison 1 d'Eureka", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.