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This One Time at Space Camp... 

As the Astraeus candidates undergo final interviews, Carter and Allison appeal the results of their relationship audit while trying to keep a lid on escalating mishaps around town.


Andrew Seklir


Andrew Cosby (creator), Jaime Paglia (creator) | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Colin Ferguson ... Jack Carter
Salli Richardson-Whitfield ... Allison Blake
Joe Morton ... Henry Deacon
Erica Cerra ... Jo Lupo
Neil Grayston ... Douglas Fargo / S.A.R.A.H.
Niall Matter ... Zane Donovan
Ming-Na Wen ... U.S. Senator Michaela Wen (as Ming-Na)
Felicia Day ... Holly Marten
Tembi Locke ... Grace Monroe
Aaron Douglas ... Dr. Ray Darlton
Chris Gauthier ... Vincent (as Christopher Gauthier)
Quinn Lord ... Young Zane
Nicholas Elia ... Young Parrish
Wil Wheaton ... Isaac Parrish
Wallace Shawn ... Dr. Warren Hughes


As the Astraeus candidates undergo final interviews, Carter and Allison appeal the results of their relationship audit while trying to keep a lid on escalating mishaps around town.

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Warren says to Jack, "what were you expecting, the Spanish Inquisition?" Jack replied: "No one expects the Spanish Inquisition." Both paraphrasing the call and response of the famous Monty Python Flying Circus (22 Sep, 1970) skit of the same name. See more »


The US Army Col. (O-6) on the interview panel is wearing a General's jacket (wide wrist stripes) and no branch insignia. she is wearing Aviator's wings so she should therefore be wearing Aviation Branch insignia. See more »


Henry Deacon: How did he get out of the cell?
Jack Carter: There's a fake brick. I keep a hide-a-key in there in case I lock myself in.
Henry Deacon: Yeah, well, that was smart.
Jack Carter: Yeah.
Jack Carter: For the record, I've only used the hide-a-key once.
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References Thelma & Louise (1991) See more »


A Town Called Eureka
Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh
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Wanted to Like It More
30 May 2018 | by GunnersMateSee all my reviews

Really wanted to like This One Time at Space Camp more...The Astraeus candidates are undergoing their final interviews which involve personal flashbacks which support why they want to go into space. While is it a fun idea to see where our now-well-known characters came from, the fact that these are stories from their childhood precludes performances from the actors we have grown to care for. We are instead presented with a multitude of child actors of varying actual skills and screen presence which makes it difficult to really care for or even be interested in what is happening on screen during the related vignettes. The crisis of the week has a curious familiarity to its manifestation but the journey is more fun than the destination on the resolution front. The subplot of Jack and Allison appealing the results of their relationship audit, is palatable (largely because Wallace Shawn is awesome), but still pretty annoying since the entire concept of a relationship audit Global Dynamics style, was so ludicrous the first time that a revisit just reminds the viewer of how unpleasant the previous episode (Clash of the Titans) was. Knowing how good a stay at well-run Camp Eureka can be, made this one a bad camping experience.

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29 August 2011 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital



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16:9 HD
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