“I’m actually nursing myself through a heartbreak right now.” That recent squeeze (we’re guessing) would be E.
Partaking in gay roles or starring in gay-related material is nothing new for Ferguson.
And don’t forget to tune in for the premiere April 16 at 9 p.m. Colin Ferguson (Jack Carter): “The teleportation device. I also really enjoy ‘Up in the Air’…directed by Alexandra La Roche, our script supervisor…she’s one of the most phenomenally sensitive, artistic people around. Joe Morton (Henry Deacon): “More than feeding my imagination it’s fed my education…it’s been a great science lesson.” Salli Richardson-Whitfield (Allison Blake): “This show has changed my life…It’s sparked my imagination in ways of wanting to know more and learn more every day.” What has the show meant to you? [‘Eureka’] is part of my present, past and future.” And, last, but not least…a special thank you to fans.
I would love if I didn’t have to to go through two hours of security clearance and sit through seven hours on a flight.” Erica Cerra: “There was an episode about diamond-making pressure. I’d have a diamond dress with diamond shoes.” Neil Grayston: “Zane’s Sky Bike. Salli Richardson-Whitfield: “When I started my daughter was six months old. Niall Matter (Zane Donovan): “Thanks to all the fans for watching…it’s meant a lot to be welcomed into the Syfy world.” Colin Ferguson: “You guys made the show by tuning in…giving us feedback…participating…and allowing us to develop our lives.
), the network has sent out a little booklet filled with quotes from cast members reminiscing about the series and thanking fans for being so loyal over the years. Everyone is in zombie-mode chasing me through Global Dynamics.
Here’s a look at some of the things that the cast had to say. Neil Grayston (Fargo): “We were at Comic Con and I actually saw someone dressed up as Fargo…I was standing right there and they didn’t even notice.” Erica Cerra (Jo Lupo): “I was in Venice, Italy…my husband and I were in a car rental place and I heard someone say, ‘I know that voice.’ So I turned around and she said, ‘You’re Jo Lupo from ‘Eureka! ” What invention from “Eureka” would you want to take with you into the real world? Colin Ferguson: “I like ‘The Story of 02’ and ‘Your Face or Mine’…the first two I directed. It was just a really fun one.” How has the show inspired your imagination?