- Episode Description
While Claudia and Myka investigate the case of a woman who can disintegrate anyone who angers her, Pete and his mother deal with their issues after being reunited.
- Cast & Crew
Anthony Michael Hall
- Fan Reviews (3)
Looking into the past
Pete and his mom go into her memories using an artifact to resolve a mystery while Myka and Claudia go on a mission to confiscate an artifact apparently helping a young woman to disintegrate people.
- Trivia & Quotes
Artie: Silence! This is not snag, bag, and nag.
Artie: There have to be other ways. Less risky ways.
Mrs. Frederic: Travel back in your memories and watch them? Oh, yes, hundreds.
Artie: You're joking, right?
Mrs. Frederic: I'm very dry.
Claudia: So I guess the landlady didn't see anything, but she definitely heard Brandon out here caterwauling the other day.
Claudia: Yeah, her word, not mine. I like the way it rolls off the tongue, though.
Pete: Wow. Not just a regent, but a super regent. Man, if I had known, I'd have gotten you a mug that said, "World's Greatest Secret Overlord."
Claudia: I'm telling you, we're a lot alike.
Megan: You make people vaporize with your mind, do you?
Claudia: I definitely have the "make people disappear" curse. I recently lost a... a really good friend. He didn't, like, die or anything, but he's just gone.
Megan: Not exactly the same.
Claudia: I have a boyfriend in the Witness Protection program.
Megan: Impressive. But still...
Claudia: My brother disappeared into an inter-dimensional bubble.
Claudia: It took me 12 years to get him back.
Megan: Fine. You're cursed too, congratulations.
Claudia: Thank you. Maybe we should start a support group.Called the Arms Length Club.
Megan: I don't think so. The Ten-Foot Pole Society.
Claudia: Nice. Better.
Genelle Williams is credited but doesn't appear.
UK: September 22, 2011 on Syfy
Canada: October 27, 2011 on Showcase
Brandon's Roommate: He was gonna turn her on to Eraserhead.
Referencing the 1977 movie by David Lynch, his first theatrical project, which features a vacationing printer named Henry who is thrust into increasingly surrealistic situations.
Claudia: What do you wanna bet we find her dead mother in a rocking chair up there?
Referencing the 1960 movie Psycho, which initially chronicles the exploits of a secretary embezzling money from her employer. She hides at an isolated motel owned by Norman Bates, who likes to stuff animals. He claims to have a mother who lives in the house at the top of the hill, but it is eventually revealed that she is a figment of Norman's delusional mind, and he dresses up like her to kill anyone who offends "Mother."
Claudia: Fine, but if her hair starts blowing around like Firestarter, we're out of here.
Referencing the 1980 novel by Stephen King, which features a young girl, Charlie McGee, who has the ability to generate fires with her minds after her parents are experimented on by the U.S government. It was adapted into a movie in 1984 and spawned a sequel in 2002.