Nitpick: In the "Pilot", when Carter and Zoe pass themselves while driving to Eureka, the vehicle being driven is the future version of the car they are in at that point (the car repaired and modified by Henry). Yet in this episode, Carter is driving Zoe to the airport in his police truck, not the modified car.
Jo: (proposing) There was a time when I wanted this so much but I was afraid I'd mess it up. I made the wrong choice. I don't wanna miss out on us again. So what do you say? Will you make an honest woman out of me?
Zane: In any timeline.
Carter: After all of that, we still lose the town.
Henry: You did everything humanly possible.
Carter: Yeah. It wasn't enough, though.
Henry: Eureka's never been about the town. It's always been about the people. You saved them. So, wherever they go they are our legacy.
Holly: Oh, oh. I remember now. You guys are smart, but the Sheriff is the strong force. He holds it all together.
Zoe: He always does.
Carter: Hey, Zane. We have wormholes popping up randomly all over town. You-you have any project that could be causing it?
Zane: Hmm. (sarcastically) Like my random wormhole generator?
Carter: You have one of those?
Zane: No! But i-it's possible that something got jostled and reactivated when we were packing. So let's start looking.
Carter: Oh. Okay. So I can add wormhole wrangler to my resume. That's a plus.
Zoe: How goes the war?
Fargo: Um, I think I can look forward to the mother of all tax audits.
Zoe: Fargo, I'm sorry. You tried.
Fargo: Oh, no, I am not ready to give up on this place just yet.
Zoe: Neither am I.
Fargo: What these bureaucrats don't understand is that Eureka is unique. The work we do here has limitless potential. I mean, sure, we make mistakes, but that's because we dream big. And that is something worth fighting for.
Zoe: Well, let's give 'em hell.
Fargo: Solidarity, sister!
Allison: I can't believe they're shutting Eureka down.
Carter: Well, it had to happen eventually, right?
Allison: Nice, Jack. Very sensitive.
Carter: I'm just saying, as the thin blue line who separates innovation from annihilation, I think we've had a pretty good run.
The song heard during the final scenes is "You Are My Home" co-written by the show's composer Bear McCrary and showrunner/co-creator Jaime Paglia. According to an interview, Paglia had plans for a musical episode, and this is his nod to that unrealized dream.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada July 16, 2012 on SPACE
United Kingdom August 8, 2012 on Syfy
Czech Republic October 21, 2012 on Prima COOL