So Claudia went to pick up some new and improved neutralizing goo from Global Dynamics in Eureka and Fargo went through massive amounts of trouble to make sure she had the perfect welcome wagon and tour of the town, however right after she arrives, objects start materializing all over the town, creating cause for Claudia to extend her stay and help figure out what's going on.
I'm curious if anyone watched the crossover and if so, what did you think? Good, bad, medicore? Was"Crossing Over"better, worse, or about the same as "13.1"?
Am I the only one who was leftwondering if they set up the "coincidence" joke between Zane and Claudia in case they ever want to use it in the event of another crossover or if it was purely just a joke so Zane could hit on her?
I'm really digging Grace and Henry. After only three episodes, I'm finding them very adorable and the more I see her, the more I like Grace. However, as much as I liked this episode, I feel the Eureka writers didn't familiarize themselves with Claudia's character enough before they wrote her. The "What's up, b******?" line did seem a little off. FYI, I don't have a problem with the line in and of itself like many people do, and in the right context I maybe could see Claudia saying it, but that wasn't the right context and therefore it stood out.
Also, the beginning of the episode dealed strongly with the idea that teleportation could be a cause of the objects' appearances and when that was mentioned to Claudia, I was immediately expecting a much more worried reaction from her, because she has an intimate history with the problems that can go wrong with teleportation: her whole childhood was a mess because of Joshua's failed teleportation experiment with Rheticus' Compass that landed him in an interdimensional trap. So I felt that her reaction was off there too, because she should've taken the problem much more seriously since she knows first hand how bad messing with teleportation can get.
Other than that, I felt she was pretty in character, and I just adored her interaction with everyone! Fargo, especially. I'm glad they continued the quirk of her calling Fargo "Doug," which I think is adorable, as well as, "Fargonator." Now I want Fargo to develop a pet name for her.(And it was so cute seeing Fargo completely crushing out and wanting everything to be perfect for her this episode. I actually thought we'd get more kissing in "13.1," but "Crossing Over" made up for it with three hot geek kisses. They did a MUCH better job with the Claudia/Fargo romance than Claudia/Todd.)