The list of authors can be seen in the page history of Games People Play (Eureka).As with the Eureka Wiki, the content of Wikipedia is available under the GNU Free Documentation License.After confronting a quantum physicist whose efforts to disprove the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle are disturbing his neighbors (and suffering a blow to the head from the scientist's spinning test device), he returns home.There he interrupts Zoe's home therapy session (conducted with what appear to be virtual reality glasses, since Beverly is out of town) to talk about her impending departure.Searching for her, Jack discovers that not only is Jo gone, none of the other residents of Eureka remember her - as far as they are concerned, Jack has never had a deputy.He goes to Henry (working in his garage instead of at Global Dynamics), who says the earlier blow to Jack's head may have caused memory problems, and asks him to get an MRI. Jack consults with Henry again and decides that a classified "Section 8" project may have caused a breach between dimensions, sending Jack to parallel worlds where some of the people he knows never existed.As he searches for an answer, more people keep disappearing - Fargo, Henry and Nathan Stark among them.
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Abby replies that she has seen how well Jack and Zoe fit in in Eureka, and how much the people of the town care about them. The episode ends with Jack telling Zoe that Abby decided he "needed adult supervision" - her.
Zoe thanks him for fighting to keep her, and they leave for Cafe Diem as SARAH plays a swell of sappy orchestral music. The original content was at Games People Play (Eureka).
Jack later goes to see Henry, telling him that according to the program, he has abandonment, intimacy, and entitlement issues.
Jack thanks Henry for helping him inside the program, even though it was only a virtual representation of him.