Once upon a time a show comes along and it fires the imagination on how we could live if we had all the gadgets, the knowledge, the science and the money to have it all! As a geek/nerd the show that had it was Eureka! Forget about the fact that the town was always under threat of complete annihilation every week! Disaster was just sometimes minutes away but who wouldn’t want a house that could talk, cook, clean and keep you company! A dog that never required cleaning up after! Then again there was the cute deputy Andy who looked out for you as well! However, this town had one thing that others do not it had Jack and so do Eugenia and Gerri! In this episode Eugenia and Gerri talk about the town of Eureka, what they think it would be like to live there and of course the characters in the town! They have a treat for you as well as they have an interview with the funny and might they say handsome Colin Ferguson who played Jack Carter the sheriff of Eureka! They would like to thank Carissa, Rand and Sophie from Oz Comic Con http://www.ozcomiccon.com and Blue Planet PR http://www.blueplanetpr.com.au for the opportunity to spend some time with Colin.
“Eureka” Eugenia and Gerri found it! Well the topic for this podcast that is! Eugenia and Gerri had the pleasure of catching up with the robotic Deputy Andy himself, Kavan Smith, at a Hub Productions event in Adelaide http://www.thehubproductions.com. You also know Kavan from his roles in Stargate as Major Lorne and 4400 as Jed Garrity. They talk about the aspects they like about the show and what hopes they have for its final episodes. They also discuss some of their dislikes, which aren’t many, well except for a really bad Australian accent. Kavan gives insight into the world of Eureka and how he developed his robot character, and one character he really enjoys playing. He also talks about how web based series like The Guild and Sanctuary have changed the way shows are marketed. If you like Eureka or not watched it, no, that can’t be right! Every geek wants to live in a town like this so you must have watched it! This is one podcast that should not be missed.