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Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by Drew2k, Apr 16, 2012.
Fifth and final season! Thank you Syfy, but damn Syfy, this should have run a couple more years!
OK, so what did you all think?
I have to give kudos to Kavan Smith. He did a great job with the Andys and the mood changes, moving from friendly to creepy to menacing with aplomb.
When Zane was shocked I had a feeling the "reality" of Eureka was not the real reality, and the ending bore that out. I knew Beverly had to be involved in some way, and now I can't wait to see how this plays out.
This show is just so inventive and creative and smart that I really wish Syfy would have given it a few more years. Before Warehouse 13 this was Syfy's top-rated show, and it is just so much fun...
I'm going to enjoy this last season.
I had wondered (given what we knew to expect) from almost the very beginning if they were somehow experiencing a shared dreaming state in stasis.
I didn't feel the reality was real, because I just can't see Jack and Jo together... though I have to give major credit to Colin and Erica for making it believable enough to doubt my feelings on the matter... major props to Salli (recently seen on "The Finder") for repeatedly making my heart break prior to the big reveal.
I was kind of surprised that Zoe wasn't in Jenna's drawing. Yeah, she's off at college, she's not biologically related to Jenna, and Jenna isn't as old as Kevin, but you'd think she'd be home at some holidays like we saw in the Christmas episode.
I felt the same way about Beverley... I was expecting her.
Ok, so I've watched it again and thought about it...
If the whole season is like this I'm not going to like it. What a crappy way for an amazing show to come to an end.
Colin Ferguson said something about how the first three episodes were darker than they've ever done.
I don't know if that was implying that the storyline will end by then, or if it lightens up after that.
Either way... as long as it ends well, I'll enjoy the ride!
Yeah, I'm going along for the ride, too, and will trust that the writers have something good in mind to bring us that happy ending the characters and fans deserve.