Warehouse 13

Season 5 Episode 1

Endless Terror

18
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Apr 14, 2014 on Syfy
8.3
out of 10
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57 votes
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Episode Summary

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Paracelsus takes control of Warehouse 13 and uses his newfound abilities to terrorize the team... and then travel back in time to create an new timeline where he rules the warehouse.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • well now I know I will love all of this seasons episodes

    10
    This had such a twist to it that I did not expect it and I loved it soooo much and I and if this was just the fist episode I can't wait to see the rest of this series
  • Endless slapstick

    1.0
    The series launches with B movie slapstick humor.
  • Enjoyed It.

    10
    So what Paracelsus did at the end of last season to save Myka actually worked i thought he was lying, so now with Paracelsus gone, the only one they have to get rid off is Valda ( he came back through the portal). So glad my show is back, even if its the last season. Fantastic Episode.
Rebecca Mader

Rebecca Mader

Lisa DaVinci

Guest Star

Rene Auberjonois

Rene Auberjonois

Hugo Miller

Guest Star

Hardee T. Lineham

Hardee T. Lineham

Marcus

Guest Star

Lindsay Wagner

Lindsay Wagner

Dr. Vanessa Calder

Recurring Role

Kelly Hu

Kelly Hu

Abigail Cho

Recurring Role

CCH Pounder

CCH Pounder

Mrs. Frederic

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Paracelsus: You are the next.
      Claudia: And you are the past. It's over.
      Paracelsus: Get out of my warehouse.

    • Paracelsus: Thank you, child. So attentive.
      Claudia: I'm going to enjoy throwing your carcass into the Lehmann Fornax.
      Paracelsus: Such a spirited girl. I'll miss that when you're gone.

    • Pete: So we're all good downtown?
      Myka: Oh my god. We're never talking about my lady parts ever again.
      Pete: Well, now, when you say "lady parts," do you mean the booby region?

    • Myka: It was all explained as Addendum NQZ-437 in the manual!
      Steve: I've been meaning to read...
      Pete: I thought that it was junk mail.
      Artie: My email's all backlogged since I turned evil and tried to poison the world.
      Steve: Okay.
      Pete: That's the best excuse.

    • Pete: Don't try to explain time travel. It never makes sense, and it always makes my head hurt.

    • Pete: Oh, man. They have Borgs here? Why does the creepy killer's warehouse get to be cooler than ours?

    • Claudia: Heartbreaking, isn't it? When someone you love, someone you thought you knew, turns out to be someone else.
      Artie: I know you're upset about your sister. But I'm not someone else! I'm still the same man that's loved you like a father since the day you put me in electrified handcuffs and kidnapped me.

    • Pete: She's bossy.
      Myka: You love it.
      Pete: I do.

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (5)

    • Claudia: You're wasting your time, Voldemort.
      Referencing the primary antagonist in author J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. Voldemort is the ultimate evil wizard and battles the boy wizard, Harry, who is prophesied to be the one who will kill him.

    • Pete: Luke, use the fork.
      Referencing the phrase "Use the Force, Luke" that Obi-Wan Kenobi (as a living being) says to Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977).

    • Claudia: Very Minority Report.
      Referencing the 2002 Steven Spielberg movie Minority Report (based on a 1956 short story by Philip K. Dick). The movie, starring Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton, and Max Von Sydow, follows a future crimes division that uses psychic "pre-cogs" to see murders and stop them before they happen. The computer systems that interact with the pre-cogs' recorded visions relies on hologram interfaces that respond to hand gestures rather than physical contact.

    • Pete: They have Borgs here?
      Referencing the fictional cybernetic creations from the Star Trek franchise. First seen in the Next Generation episode "Q Who", the Borg are humanoid lifeforms converted into cybernetic organisms that share a collective consciousness and seek to convert other lifeforms into being such as themselves while taking whatever technology they feel can advance their race.

    • Pete: Oh, my god, I feel like I'm talking to Columbo.
      Referencing the famed TV detective played by Peter Falk, known for his quirky mannerisms, bulldogged determination, and keen deductive eye.


       

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