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The first season of Eureka premiered on July 18, 2006 on the cable network Syfy in the United States and concluded on October 3, 2006.


Main characters

Recurring characters

Broadcasted episodes

Image Title Writer(s) Director(s) Airdate #
Pilot.jpg Pilot Writer: Andrew Cosby & Jaime Paglia Director: Peter O'Fallon July 18, 2006 #101
While transporting his delinquent daughter back to Los Angeles, U.S. Marshal Jack Carter crashes his car near Eureka. He assists in a case involving a tachyon accelerator and is hired as the Sheriff.

Many Happy Returns.jpg Many Happy Returns Writer: Jaime Paglia & Andrew Cosby Director: Jefery Levy July 25, 2006 #102
Carter and the rest of the town are surprised by the arrival of Susan Perkins, a dead woman whose funeral they've all just attended.

Before I Forget.jpg Before I Forget Writer: John Rogers (teleplay) & Karl Schaefer (story) Director: Michael Robison August 1, 2006 #103
When a world-famous scientist visits Eureka, Carter and Henry realize that they cannot account for blocks of time.

Alienated.jpg Alienated Writer: Harry Victor and Dan E. Fesman (teleplay) & Varina Bleil and Betsy Landis (story) Director: Marita Grabiak August 8, 2006 #104
Spencer is apparently abducted by aliens and then returned to earth the next day inside a crop circle. Also, the town is visited by the congressman whose committee is responsible for its government funding.

Invincible.jpg Invincible Writer: Dan E. Fesman Director: Michael Grossman August 15, 2006 #105
The Artifact imbues scientist Carl Carlson with wondrous healing powers, but at a terrible price.

Dr. Nobel.jpg Dr. Nobel Writer: Dan E. Fesman & Harry Victor Director: Jeff Woolnough August 22, 2006 #106
Carter must help an aging scientist recover his memory in time to stop a doomsday device from destroying the world.

Blink.jpg Blink Writer: Andrew Cosby & Jaime Paglia Director: Jefery Levy August 29, 2006 #107
A mysterious death leads Carter to suspect foul play, but some individuals want to ensure that he doesn't delve too deep.

Right as Raynes.jpg Right as Raynes Writer: Johanna Stokes Director: Mike Rohl September 5, 2006 #108
A computer programmer who left Eureka after having a falling out with Stark returns at the same time that the town is hit by a computer virus.

Primal.jpg Primal Writer: Martin Weiss and Johanna Stokes (teleplay) & Karl Schaefer and Martin Weiss (story) Director: Colin Bucksey September 12, 2006 #109
Nanoids designed to repair living tissue escape from a Global Dynamics lab and threaten to overrun Eureka. The threat gets worse when they gain the ability to take the form of living beings.

Purple Haze.jpg Purple Haze Writer: Johanna Stokes (teleplay) & Andrew Cosby and Jaime Paglia (story) Director: David Straiton September 19, 2006 #110
The town's residents start acting out of character, and perhaps more in line with their subconscious impulses. Sheriff Carter and Zoe are the only ones unaffected. The father and daughter team search for the cause.

H.O.U.S.E. Rules.jpg H.O.U.S.E. Rules Writer: Harry Victor Director: Jeff Woolnough September 26, 2006 #111
Some of Eureka's prominent residents are locked inside Carter's house when S.A.R.A.H. (the house's computer) becomes fed up with the townsfolk's attitudes to one another.

Once in a Lifetime.jpg Once in a Lifetime Writer: Jaime Paglia and Andrew Cosby (teleplay) & Andrew Cosby and Jaime Paglia and Johanna Stokes (story) Director: Michael Lange October 3, 2006 #112
Nathan Stark is given the opportunity to investigate "the Artifact." After it is tested, we cut to 2010 and Eureka is a very different place.