Warehouse 13

Season 4 Episode 7

Endless Wonder

11
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Sep 10, 2012 on Syfy
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  • Episode Summary

    Steve, Artie, and Claudia take try to find where Brother Adrian has been hiding. Meanwhile, a powerful company executive may have created a new artifact-related drug with the ability to increase people's height, and Myka and Pete must try and stop it.

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    • Endless Wonder

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      Endless Wonder was a perfect and very exciting episode of Warehouse 13. I really enjoyed watching as Pete and Myka investigated people growing taller while Artie, Claudia and Steve tracked down Brother Adrian. It was interesting to learn more about what he wanted from Artie who it seems is going to be in for some trouble. I liked the story and how the various scenes played out. Pete is a little overly immature in some instances but it still works for him, just wish the writers would dial it back a bit. Over all there were some laughs, some serious moments, and plenty of character and plot development as a possible new agent is introduced. I look forward to watching what happens next!!!!!!!!!moreless
    Danielle Nicolet

    Danielle Nicolet

    Deb Staley

    Guest Star

    Steven Eckholdt

    Steven Eckholdt

    Gil Moorpark

    Guest Star

    Gordon S. Miller

    Gordon S. Miller

    Barry Byck

    Guest Star

    Faran Tahir

    Faran Tahir

    Adwin Kosan

    Recurring Role

    Jaime Murray

    Jaime Murray

    H.G. Wells

    Recurring Role

    Brent Spiner

    Brent Spiner

    Brother Adrian

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (5)

      • Artie: It's got be an artifact. Adults don't have growth spurts. (Pete looks at him) No short jokes, no fat jokes. No age jokes.
        Pete: Then I got nothing.

      • Myka: So what about, um, Paul Bunyan's axe or David's slingshot?
        Pete: Or how 'bout a magical bag of beans?
        Artie: We got the axe. We got the slingshot. The beans? Please. That's just a fairytale.
        Pete: Well, it's good to know where we draw the line.

      • Claudia: (to Artie) Did it mayhaps occur to you that we don't need protecting?
        Steve: I was ATF. I raided heavily armed compounds for a living, not to mention that I've already died on this job.
        Claudia: Yeah, and I was bodyjacked by Alice because of this.
        Steve: Really? You're gonna compare that to dying?
        Claudia: Focus.

      • Artie: I'm sorry. Thank you.
        Claudia: I'm sorry and thank you in the same sentence. Keep your eye out for the Four Horsemen.
        Steve: It turns out the Mayans were right.

      • Artie: I--I was afraid that you were buried alive again.
        Claudia: What?
        Artie: Uh, what?
        Claudia: Again?
        Artie: Why do you only listen to me when I don't want you to?

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Pete: It's hard to believe Commander Data over there hasn't found his soul mate.


        Referencing the golden-skinned android Data who appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation series and movies and is played by actor Brent Spiner. Data is initially a supposedly emotionless artificial intelligence who seeks to emulate humanity. The character is played by Brent Spiner, who also plays Brother Adrian in the W13 series.

      • Claudia: Breathe, Obi Wan, we heard you.


        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.

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