Episode 41.0 You Don’t Know Jack


S3-E16 You Don’t Know Jack

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Kym and Vickie discuss Season 3, Episode 16,  You Don’t Know Jack (Clip Show)

“Jack and Allison chase Douglas out of the Eureka lab because it is about to be sterilized. Making their escape a little more difficult, the town has come down with a plague of amnesia.”

If you are a first time watcher, we suggest that you watch the episode BEFORE listening to this pod cast.

Links to items discussed in this episode:

Richard Side as Dr. Kennison:

Richard Side is a writer and actor, known for Elf (2003), The Debaters (2011) and The Collector (2004)

Jillian Fargey as Dr. Ashe:

Jillian Fargey is known for her work on Protection (2000), The Green Chain (2007) and Once Upon a Time (2011)

Andrew Cowden as Dr. Bubay:

Andrew Cownden is an actor, known for Mulligans (2008), Ratchet & Clank (2016) and Eureka (2006).

Lacunar Amnesia:

Lacunar amnesia is the loss of memory about one specific event. It is a type of amnesia that leaves a lacuna (a gap) in the record of memory in the cortex region of the brain. The cause of this type of amnesia is the result of brain damage to the limbic system which control our memories and emotions.


Title Play Off:

You Don’t Know Jack – Phrase

Because Jack was so often used to refer to social underlings, it was eventually used to refer to useless objects. Eventually, it began being used as a term for very little. The phrase “you don’t know jack” (with or without the expletive) has been used for decades to say someone knows very little. Yes, it seems to be a bit of a double negative, but expressions are commonly created and spread without any consideration for proper grammar.

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