Warehouse 13

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  • S 5 : Ep 6

    Endless

    Aired 5/19/14

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    Cangku Shisi

    Aired 5/12/14

  • S 5 : Ep 4

    Savage Seduction

    Aired 5/5/14

  • S 5 : Ep 3

    A Faire to Remember

    Aired 4/28/14

  • S 5 : Ep 2

    Secret Services

    Aired 4/21/14

  • Cast & Crew
  • Eddie McClintock

    Pete Lattimer

  • Joanne Kelly

    Myka Bering

  • Saul Rubinek

    Artie Nielsen

  • Allison Scagliotti

    Claudia Donovan

  • Genelle Williams

    Leena

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  • Secret Service agents Pete Lattimer and Myka Bering are appointed to a secret storage facility housing unusual artifacts in South Dakota after saving the life of the President. The agents are responsible for tracking down missing objects from all areas of the country, as well as monitoring for supernatural activity that might hint at the presence of a new object that they must acquire.

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    • Pete: What about your folks?
      Myka: Colorado Springs. They own a bookstore called Bering and Sons.
      Pete: How many brothers?
      Myka: No brothers, just me. My dad thought the "and Sons" sounded classier.
      Pete: Well, he must be proud of you.
      Myka: Mom is.
      Pete: Well, did protecting the President of the United States turn him around?
      Myka: Yeah. This won't.

    • Myka: So it says here to turn left at Buffalo station. Peter: What? No, it's Buffalo Statue. Myka: Well, your penmanship is atrocious. Peter: I don't need wise... You know, that's, you know... Don't do that. Myka: Can you finish the sentence? (pause) A full thought? Peter: Uh, would you really like me to?

    • Artie: I'm thrilled you're on the team. Myka: What team? What is this place? Artie: Officially? K39 Triple Z on the North American grid. But I like to think of it as America's attic.

    • Myka: Got some ID? Artie: No. We take the secret part seriously around here.

    • Pete: Look, Myka, why don't you pull your head out of your magenta and feel the room. Something's off.

    • Frederic: My name's Frederic. Pete: Frederic what? Frederic: Mrs. Frederic. Pete: Well, that's a relief.

    • Pete: What's that? Frederic: An invitation to endless wonder. Pete: Okay, could you sound a little more creepy?

    • Artie: Come on. Come on inside. I'll show you around.
      Myka: Around what? What am I doing here?
      Artie: I'll explain everything inside. Come on. I made cookies.
      Pete: Ooh.

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    Notes (167)

    • International Airdates:
      United Kingdom: September 8, 2009 on Sci Fi/Sci Fi HD
      Australia: March 5, 2010 on Sci Fi
      Czech Republic: April 14/15, 2012 on Prima COOL

    • Music: Disturbia by Rihanna (as Pete drives to Warehouse 13)

    • The episode ends with a dedication to post production executive Nora O'Brien, who died April 29, 2009.

    • This episode is 2 hours long.

    • International Airdates:
      UK: September 15, 2009 on Sci Fi/Sci Fi HD
      Australia: March 12, 2010 on SCI FI
      Czech Republic: April 21, 2012 on Prima COOL

    • The house used to film scenes in this episode was also used in Friday the 13th: The Series (1989), in the second season episode "Better Off Dead".

    • CCH Pounder is billed as a guest star but only appears in flashback footage.

    • International Airdates:
      UK: September 22, 2009 on Sci Fi/Sci Fi HD
      Australia: March 19, 2010 on SCI FI
      New Zealand: December 22, 2010 on TV3
      Czech Republic: April 22, 2012 on Prima COOL

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    Trivia (44)

    • Agent Lattimer would be reprimanded for buttoning his tuxedo, preventing access to his weapon while on presidential guard duty.

    • Even though the person entering through the doorway at the museum while "Hail to the Chief" is played is the President of the United States, the flag shown in the background is clearly the Malaysian flag, as indicated by the crescent moon and 14-pointed star.

    • When Pete first gets to the warehouse, he picks up the football in front of the door, and carries it past the support pillars. Later they pass it on the ground in front of the door again.

    • When Pete and Myka are sitting down talking about their parents, a microphone can be seen above Myka.

    • Index Card Item #875663092: Wallet Owner: Eric Weiss a.k.a Harry Houdini Attributes: Charonic Transfer HANDLE WITH EXTREME CAUTION! Acquisition: November 3, 1926 Agent: Pocklinton, S. Code: 2139-5 Shelf: L-27 Block DX4-119

    • The color purple is prominent in items that protect the "Gatherers" from the artifacts' powers. The gloves are purple, the Neutralizer is purple, and the curtain that surrounds the area where the painting resides is purple.

    • Artie says that the "University of Southern Iowa" is in Seever City. However, the location on the map that he draws in his office is in north central Iowa.

    • Trivia The magazine being read by Dickinson, while Artie tries to track down a hacker using Dickinson's computer, appears to be fictitious. It is titled Global Prognosis and has a stock photo on the cover. The stock photo, a close-up of a gray-haired man in a striped shirt, is titled "Portrait of Serious Man" on a photo vendor website.

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    Allusions (226)

    • Lewis Carroll Mirror: Lewis Carroll (b.1832 - d.1898), whose real name was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, is best known as the author of Alice in Wonderland (1865) and its sequel Through the Looking Glass (1871). In the latter, Alice was able to go through the mirror into another world on the other side.

    • Myka: You ever see that movie The Great Santini with the tough dad and the scared kids? Referencing the 1979 movie starring Robert Duvall, based on the novel by Pat Conroy. Duvall plays Lt. Col. Wilbur "Bull" Meecham, and his often abusive relationship with his son Ben (Michael O'Keefe).

    • Pete: I'll take care of Captain America. Referencing the comic book superhero first published by Timely Comics in Captain America Comics #1 (March 1941) and created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. Steve Rogers was injected with a super-soldier formula during World War II and gained peak human strength and reflexes. Equipped with an indestructible shield, Rogers donned the costume of Captain America and battled Nazis with his partner Bucky. An explosion of a drone plane threw him into the North Atlantic where he floated for decades in a block of ice before being revived. As part of the Marvel Comics roster of characters, he joined the Avengers and battled crime on his own as well. The character was killed off in March 2007 but has since been brought back in Captain America Reborn in the summer of 2009.

    • Claudia: And reading Maria Looney on the Red Planet to me every night.
      Referencing the 1977 book by Jerome Beatty, Jr., part of the Matthew & Maria Looney series. The brother and sister live on the Moon as members of an indigenous species and have a variety of adventures.

    • Claudia: Chill out, Obi-Wan, okay?

      Referencing the Star Wars series and the wise Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi, played by Alec Guinness in episodes 4-6 and Ewan McGregor in episodes 1-3.

    • Pete Hey, Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat! Referencing the line spoken by Bullwinkle in the animated programs Rocky and His Friends (1959-1961) and The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show (1961-1964). Bullwinkle prepares to do a magic trick by pulling a rabbit out of a hat. What he pulls out is never a rabbit, and typically a dangerous animal or object.

    • Myka: You said there were four sculptures--Earth, Wind & Fire? Myka's line, and Pete's response ("I love those guys!") refers to the American R&B band. First formed in 1969, they are are among the top ten best-selling bands of all time. Among their best known songs are Shining Star (1975), Sing a Song (1975), and Let's Groove (1981).

    • Pete: Lucy, you got some 'splaining to do.
      Referencing the classic American sitcom, I Love Lucy (1951-1960). The line, with a heavy Cuban accent, is spoken by Ricky Ricardo (Desi Arnaz) whenever he discover that his wife Lucy (Lucille Ball) is up to something.

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  • Fan Reviews (91)
  • Ignoring the last season this was a fun show

    By Femvamp911, Jul 24, 2014

  • What a pathetic series finale

    By jonathangoveas9, Jun 08, 2014

  • Another one bites the dust

    By hatchetpal69, May 27, 2014

  • Grow the hell up...

    By bobwouldntyaliketano, May 27, 2014

  • Terrible ending to a great series

    By DigitalDuckling25, May 22, 2014

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