Season 3 Episode 17

Have an Ice Day

Aired Monday 9:00 PM Sep 11, 2009 on Syfy



  • Trivia

    • Goof: Lucas tells Zoe she couldn't know she hates robotics as she has never tried it, when in fact they first met when they were partnered together for a robotics project in "Sight Unseen."

  • Quotes

    • Zane: How's it going?
      Taggart: Eh.
      Zane: That good, huh?
      Taggart: Mm. (looks across the room and gives Tess a thumbs up)
      Zane: What's that?
      Taggart: It's her first day; trying to keep her in a positive frame of mind.
      Zane: Oh. That's nice of you. Is it working?
      Taggart: (still with thumbs up) Yeah, I think so.
      Tess: (to Carter) We are so screwed.

    • Jo: Somebody looks tense, what's the matter?
      Carter: Well, Captain Yuri has me going through Eureka's entire library of disaster plans. I mean, tsunami, uh, missile attack, um… genetically modified, super-intelligent ferret infestation.
      Jo: It's cool.
      Carter: Yeah. And, um, apparently, we have, uh, an emergency pneumatic vacuum tube communication system.
      Jo: (nods) Mmm.
      Carter: No we don't! I mean, wh-wh-wh- what? Is it behind some picture in some wall? (she stands up and walks across the room) And, I mean, look at these plans–
      (She swings back the picture of George W. Bush on its hinge revealing the pneumatic device.)

    • Zoe: How are you and Tess doing?
      Carter: Good… really good.
      Zoe: You know… if she ever wants to, like… stay over…
      Carter: (talking over her) Whooa! Not having this conversation with my daughter!
      Zoe: Dad, I'm just saying, life's short. (Carter's cell phone rings)
      Carter: Thank God.

    • Carter: (to Zoe about college) I hate the thought of you leaving.
      S.A.R.A.H.: I'll always be here, Sheriff Carter.
      Carter: Yes, not the same.

  • Notes

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Czech Republic - April 6,2010 on Prima COOL
      Slovakia - May 11, 2012 on Markiza

  • Allusions

    • Fargo: (as Taggart emerges from the fog) The Iceman Cometh!
      This is likely referencing the 1939 Eugene O'Neill play of the same name. It is just simple wordplay, however, the plot bears no resemblance to the episode.

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