Nitpick: Henry asks some kids if he can borrow their baseball bat. He then proceeds to hit Sheriff Carter's Jeep with it, to show off his new protective coating, smashing the bat. How is that "borrowing" the bat?
This episode allowed the show to include a live action shot of Sheriff Carter looking up at various parts of the town floating away-- an animated image of which is included in the opening titles.
Jo: (to a space cadet doing push-ups) You're a botanist, right? Kiss my grass!
Carter: (walking down the street) No blob, no wormhole, just a good old-fashioned bank robbery.
Andy: You seem downright perky, boss.
Carter: Yeah! We're gonna- we're gonna do fingerprints. We're gonna do a tire impression. We're gonna interview... (They pass a store and next find a lot with just a foundation on it.) Carter: ...witnesses. Andy?
Andy: Yeah, Boss?
Carter: You said there was a... bank robbery.
Andy: Yep, someone stole it last night.
Carter: Of course they did...
Grace: This is Eureka. We solve the impossible every day.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic "V oblacích" (In the Clouds)
Original International Air Dates:
United Kingdom August 23, 2011 on Syfy
Sweden October 1, 2011 on TV6
Canada October 28, 2011 on SPACE
Czech Republic November 12, 2011 on Prima COOL
The episode opens with a gung-ho newsreel-style recruitment ad for the Astraeus Project. It references the 1997 Paul Verhoeven sci-fi film Starship Troopers opening with a similarly gung-ho newsreel-recruitment ad for the Mobile Infantry.
As a side note, the direct-to-video movie Starship Troopers II: Hero of the Federation starred Ed Quinn (Nathan Stark) as Cpl. Joe Griff.
Deputy Andy: (directing evacuees into GD) This way, ladies and gentlemen.
Jo: You heard Mr. Data. No pushing, stay calm.
Jo references android Lieutenant Commander Data from Star Trek: The Next Generation in her derisive nickname for Deputy Andy, who is also an android.