List of Eureka Episodes - Episode List - Season 2 (2007)

Season 2 (2007)

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13 1 "Phoenix Rising" Michael Rohl Jaime Paglia July 10, 2007 (2007-07-10)
A solar eclipse happens in Eureka. Following the restoration of the timeline, Carter and Henry must adjust, while Allison gets Nathan's job, and citizens of Eureka start to spontaneously combust. Three of these victims are scientists, all of them having little to no relation to one another. One of them is Kevin's (Allison's son) therapist. Kevin hints that when he went to therapy, he would sometimes go to "the man downstairs". Carter tries to get Henry to help him adapt more to the timeline. Carter follows many leads to the possible deaths, he even suspects Henry at one point, also blaming Vincent's five-alarm chili. Through investigating he finds out that all three scientists were in a lab adjacent to the Artifact during the explosion, and radiation from the explosion infects them, and later causes the body's electrical system to overload. They also discover that Kevin was in the lab as well, but he is unaffected. They conclude that Stark was infected, too, so Stark (who no longer works at GD) sneaks in and goes to the Artifact chamber, just to find that it is dead: instead of a fireball, the Artifact now looks like a mass of roots. They get Stark into a lab and attempt to cool him down, they discover that they can stop him from combustion by electrically shocking his brain. They do this and it nearly kills him but he is brought back, safe from combustion. The episode ends with Henry erasing Carter's memory of the alternate timeline, and Henry then destroying the memory erasing device, saying he is never going to forget.
14 2 "Try, Try Again" Michael Nankin Charlie Craig July 17, 2007 (2007-07-17)
As the computer at Global Dynamics reboots on the occasion of Allison's start as the new director, the disappearance of a "Category Red" device leads to an unlikely alliance between Carter and Stark. Fargo is caught inside a forcefield that is continualy expanding. It was placed on him by a man who works in the GD Vault. The shield pushes everything away from it, and is only going to keep on growing and growing. Carter learns that the last time this happened in Eureka, the man inside the shield had to be dropped into a 2-mile deep pit, and then a 3-megaton nuclear bomb was dropped on him. This is about to happen to Fargo when the shield dies, its power source depleted. However, the device starts back up, draining power from Fargo himself, meaning Fargo will eventually die. Carter realizes that sound can past through the shield, so Carter uses a super sonic pulse to temporarily kill Fargo by stopping his heart. The shield collapses and they resuscitate Fargo.
15 3 "Unpredictable" Robert Lieberman Thania St. John July 24, 2007 (2007-07-24)
An isolated deep-freeze sets off a chain reaction of freak climate changes that soon escalate into a threat that could destroy Eureka and the rest of the planet. Also Carter's ex-wife gets in the mix when she arrives for Zoe's surprise 16th birthday party. Carter finds that the local weather is responsible. A scientist has created a way to control the weather, and the weather man would be out of a job, so he messed with one of the scientist's weather controlling devices and froze a lake, causing all of the weather problems. Carter plans on heating the lake up again with the same machine, but a hurricane keeps on blowing him away from it. Eventually he is able to reach the machine and heats up the lake again. The weather returns to normal. At the end of the episode, Abby, Carter's ex, tells him she is taking Zoe back to Los Angeles.
16 4 "Games People Play" Michael Rohl Johanna Stokes July 31, 2007 (2007-07-31)
Carter and Jo check out a noise complaint, which turns out to be just a scientist trying to create a device to track electrons. Carter is hit in the head with the device, receiving a mild concussion. He talks to Zoe, who is very angry with him, because she is going to have to leave with her mother. After using a self-therapy device, Carter experiences his fears where the inhabitants of Eureka are disappearing one by one. When they disappear, no one remembers them. Eventually only Carter and Zoe are left in town and Carter realizes that he is trapped inside the therapy device. Seeing no other choice, he drives himself and Zoe right into one of the anomalies that always appears when someone disappears, and he wakes up. Henry and Allison inform him that usually the device lets people go whenever they want, but the concussion he'd had was interfering with the device. Abby, Carter's ex, decides not to take Zoe, since she realized that it seems to be one of the only places that Zoe fits in.
17 5 "Duck Duck Goose" Michael Lange Ethan Matthew Lawrence August 7, 2007 (2007-08-07)
Space junk is massing over Eureka, forming a giant debris cloud that threatens to destroy the town and its inhabitants. Carter must find what is drawing it, and why, before disaster strikes. At first, they suspect a scientist who tried to use space junk as a weapon. Then, at the high school science fair, Zoe messes with a rival's project, an array, and all metallic things are drawn to it. They discover that an array of a similar design is on top of GD, used to take deep-space photos. It was made by the mother of the student who created the smaller, original version. When the array bounces off of the electromagnetic shield around GD, it creates one giant magnet. Carter and the GD scientists are able to make the space junk dissolve in the atmosphere.
18 6 "Noche de Sueños" Eric Laneuville Jaime Paglia August 14, 2007 (2007-08-14)
An epidemic of shared dreaming in Eureka seems amusing, if somewhat embarrassing, until it is discovered that the cause will ultimately prove lethal for everyone in town. They discover that Stark and Allison were trying to be in Kevin's dream (Kevin now has a special connection to the Artifact), but it interferes with a neurologist's neural network of 50 people, who the dreams originate from, and when the dreams occur, a compound builds up in the spinal cord. Three people die because of it, and Carter and Jo are part of the neural network. So Stark's dream-reading device is turned off and Carter, Jo, and the others are cured.
19 7 "Family Reunion" Michael Lange Story: Jane Espenson
Teleplay: Anne Cofell Saunders
August 21, 2007 (2007-08-21)
Fargo's grandfather, Dr. Pierre Fargo, is revived from cryogenic suspension in an unmarked sleeper pod at Global Dynamics. Once awake, he accuses his old rival of locking him in the pod, and stealing his life's work. It is found that the scientist did steal his work, but Pierre's best friend locked him up. He was locked up because his best friend was in love with Pierre's fiancee (Fargo's grandmother), so he froze Pierre. Pierre then ages and looks like a regular grandfather.
20 8 "E = MC…?" Tim Matheson Bruce Miller August 28, 2007 (2007-08-28)
As an experiment that will recreate the first moments of the origins of the universe, the "Big Bang", goes terribly awry, the town's geniuses turn into morons, leaving the fate of Eureka in the hands of Jack Carter and an antisocial young ubergenius, Zane Donovan. At first, it is believed that the Big Bang device is responsible, but Carter discovers that a new kind of chicken meat is responsible. The cloned meat contained a chemical that affected the brain chemistry of those who ate it. Zane, then, stops the Big Bang device from exploding. After a cure for the chicken is found, everyone returns from their "moron-mind" state.
21 9 "Sight Unseen" Donna Deitch Charlie Craig & Thania St. John September 4, 2007 (2007-09-04)
An abandoned research project on invisibility returns to haunt Eureka. Carter and Zoe become tangled in a web of strange occurrences that lead to Carter's physical disappearance, and the possibility that he might never reappear.
22 10 "God Is in the Details" Michael Rohl Eric Wallace September 11, 2007 (2007-09-11)
Sudden muteness, human bio-luminescence, and faucets running blood cause many of Eureka's citizens to believe that they are the victims of a Biblical plague. Allison begins to glow, but the bioluminscence will kill her, and then all power goes out in Eureka. It is discovered that a woman, recently widowed, has been building a machine that has connected all space and time a temporal rift, or a gateway to the multiverse so that she can be with her husband again (she believes the gateway to lead to heaven), but doing so has created specific ultrasonic sound waves that put pressure on human vocal cords, making speech impossible, it vibrated microorganisms in the water, who released a red dye, and somehow caused Allison's cells to glow. The machine is shut off and Stark is afraid Allison is going to die, for he cannot find a cure. Stark brings in Kevin, who is able to heal her. The town returns to normal.
23 11 "Maneater" Michael Robison Bruce Miller September 18, 2007 (2007-09-18)
Sheriff Jack Carter becomes absolutely irresistible to every woman in Eureka. But if he doesn't get his mojo under control, they may just eat him alive. At the same time, things begin to explode all over Eureka. Henry goes into the tunnels underneath the town (the source of the problem). The tunnels are where water is filtered, and cool air for air conditioning is made. The scientist in charge of the tunnels stumbled upon some old Native American bones and was exposed to a peptide that made him irresistible to his wife, who locked him in his own house. But before that, the scientist had visited Taggert's lab, when Carter went into the lab, some of the peptide rubbed off on him. When Carter later went into the tunnels, he found the bones also and was exposed to even more of the peptide. Carter is attacked by over twenty women. Soon the air conditioning is fixed, the pressure explosions (which was supposed to move water up pipes) stop but, soon, the peptide is in the air of Eureka, pumped out by the air conditioning. A solution is discovered, Henry's asthma medicine. They pump it into the air using the air conditioning and all the men in town are saved.
24 12 "All That Glitters…" (Part 1) Michael Grossman Thania St. John September 25, 2007 (2007-09-25)
Beverly Barlowe returns to town just as a parasitic bacterium threatens to destroy Eureka, by turning all metal into gold and then into rust. The town begins to fall apart and soon GD is affected. Fargo is stuck underneath some rubble. Stark comes up with a solution which Carter uses to stop the remaining rubble from crushing Fargo. The cure is administered to the town, and everything returns to normal. Henry finds Beverly in a cell in Stark's lab and sets her free. He plans on working with her to get Kevin to separate him from the Artifact so that the knowledge and energy within Kevin is not abused. Later, Henry calls Carter to his office saying that before they could stop the bacteria, it mutated and is attacking humans. GD goes into security mode and Allison, Kevin, Henry, and Beverly are all in the control room when the alarm goes off, the control room then seals itself off and drops a mile beneath GD. Section 4 is where the outbreak started and is quarantined.
25 13 "A Night at Global Dynamics" (Part 2) Michael Lange Jaime Paglia October 2, 2007 (2007-10-02)
Nathan Stark and Jack Carter must put aside their rivalry to stop a deadly bacteria from destroying the town and killing Allison's son Kevin. Allison, Kevin, Henry, and Beverly are a mile beneath GD in a bunker, and Henry forces Allison to open up a room that contains a teleportation device, and they will use this escape method to separate Kevin from the Artifact. Meanwhile Carter, Taggert, and Stark get in protective gear and go into quarantined Section 4, which is filled with rubble when the beams were degrading in All That Glitters.... They find many people in the morgue, where the infection supposedly began, but they are just fine. Taggert attempts to lead people out of Section 4 but the defense systems pretend to be Fargo. Henry and Beverly decide it is time to teleport Kevin to the other bunker, where the Consortium can get him. Before this happens, Allison attacks Beverly, a brutal fight ensues, and Beverly is knocked out. Allison then threatens to kill Henry. Kevin intervenes and tells her to stop. Henry reveals that he was on Allison and Stark's side all along. Fargo and Zane almost have control of GD. Beverly wakes up with a knife and tries to stop Henry. Carter and Stark then appear. Stark says that the teleporter is not ready to make a successful transport. Henry says that he has calibrated it to separate Kevin from the Artifact. Kevin is placed inside the teleportation device. Jo tries to convince General Mansfield not to thermo-clean GD. Beverly uses the teleporter. Taggert is successful in leading everyone out of Section 4. Stark tells Mansfield that Beverly is dead. Henry admits to the General he was responsible for all of it. Henry is taken away by the military for his crimes.

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