Eureka‘s third season finale is upon us this Friday, and it sounds like typical Eureka fun – squared. SyFy was good enough to send along an enticing little bit of video from the last new Eureka we’ll see for a while, What Comes Around Goes Around, and we’re going to share. It’s circle time folks.
For one, I’m happy Eureka is coming back next year. I thought the shift to Friday was the mark of death. Yeah, I realize it was Battlestar Galactica’s time-slot, so in the SyFy-verse a shift to Friday shouldn’t be looked upon as a death knell as it would be on one of the big four – call it a reflex. Eureka is coming back, so no more sweat. How strange is it that it is over already, though? If SyFy picked up the big network practice of 20-plus episode seasons, I – for one – would not complain at all.
So what is to come in “What Comes Around Goes Around”? It seems like a minor apocalypse, that’s all.
In the 3rd Season finale, Carter (Colin Ferguson) is having a seriously bad day. Zoe (Jordan Hinson) is about to leave for Harvard; Tess (Jaime Ray Newman) has a job offer in Australia; a supercollider test goes awry, and now there’s a magnetic disturbance hovering above Eureka. What next?
Yup, sounds like Eureka. (On a side note, SyFy’s publicity folks just taught my spellchecker the word ‘supercollider’).