Season 3 Episode 6

Phased and Confused

Aired Monday 9:00 PM Sep 09, 2008 on Syfy



  • Trivia

    • Trivia: Sheriff Carter states the latitude and longitude sent by Zoe and Zane as 123 degrees North and 39 degrees West. Once you reach 90 degrees North you start heading South again. 123.93 West 39.55 North is approximately 8.8 miles off the Coast of Northern California in the Pacific Ocean.

    • Trivia: Zoe's birthday is 08 April 1991.

  • Quotes

    • Lexi: Who was that masked man?
      Carter: Trouble.

    • Carter: Ms. Thorne, ever since you got to this town, you've been looking for something. Now, I believe everyone has the right to their own secrets. But today, four kids almost died. Tell me what's going on!
      Eva: (calmly) No.

    • Allison: Look, Carter, I can't lose you!
      Carter: You are not going to lose me. If I don't come out, I'll be stuck in a door. Easy to find.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Carter: The guy that I saw had, like, rocket boots.
      Dr. Gaz: Must've been my Skywalker 2000s.
      Dr. Gaz refers to Luke Skywalker of the epic Star Wars films, episodes 4-6. Luke is a legendary pilot and first of a new generation of Jedi knights.

    • Dr. Gaz: Makes you feel like a bird ... a plane...
      Carter: Or Superman?
      Referencing the television series Adventures of Superman (1952-1958), based on the comic book series. Each episode's iconic intro included the voices of onlookers watching Superman fly.

    • Lexi: Who was that masked man?
      Referencing The Lone Ranger, which follows the adventures of a masked hero known as The Lone Ranger. Originally beginning as an old-time radio series, it spawned a television series starring Clayton Moore as the title character.

    • Doctor Gaz: Independent flight. Up, up and away!

      Referencing Superman: Up, Up and Away! (2006), an eight issue series of Superman comic books. The title comes from a catchphrase of Superman's from his early days, which he would say before flying off.

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