Warehouse 13

Season 4 Episode 15

Instinct

13
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Jun 03, 2013 on Syfy
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    Warehouse 13 "Instinct" Review: H.G. in Love

    I'm always a fan of episodes that explore the inner-workings of the warehouse after which Warehouse 13 is named, even if I didn't particularly care for this week's H.G. wells storyline.

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    H.G. calls the agents when she needs help with an artifact. Meanwhile, a series of mysterious quakes shake the warehouse.

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    • Warehouse 13.

      10
      So great to see HG back in this show, so Helena is involved in a case for the police, but when it has to do with a Artifact she calls Myka & Pete. All this time she has made a normal life for herself with a new man called Nate & his daughter Adelaide. The Artifact is a Prehistoric Jaw Bone, DA Hofgren & Briggs a Cop are using the Artifact to clean up their city of criminals. They eventually Bagged the Artifact, but not before Helena's secret comes out & despite what Myka had said to HG that we cant have normal lives coz' of what we do. I hope things does work out for Helena & her new family. Back to the Warehouse where they are having Tremors because the Warehouse apparently expands when they bring in new Artifacts. Claudia told Abigail that the Warehouse has been zapping her for days & she might be the cause of the problem, but Claudia isn't the problem. Claudia wants to be caretaker of the Warehouse & thats why she thinks the Warehouse hates her, but it doesn't. So Abigail tells Claudia if you want to be caretaker go caretake. Fantastic Episode, So Glad Jaime Murray Made An Appearence In This Episode & I Hope Its Not Her Last. Thumbs Up.moreless
    • Love it

      9.5
      Love having HG Back!!!!!!
    Kelly Hu

    Kelly Hu

    Abigail Cho

    Guest Star

    Todd Stashwick

    Todd Stashwick

    DA Hofgren

    Guest Star

    Tuc Watkins

    Tuc Watkins

    Nate

    Guest Star

    Jaime Murray

    Jaime Murray

    Helena G. Wells

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Myka: (to Pete) Make your own breakfast. You're an adult. Sort of.

      • Pete: Hey, Steve, you know how to make scones, right?
        Steve: I don't even like scones.
        Pete: I miss old stereotypes.

      • Helena: When I observed him during booking, it was if he was... transforming.
        Pete: Transforming? Transforming how? Like dangerous, Jekyll and Hyde? Werewolf? Roseanne Barr.

      • Steve: This building is old and falling apart.
        Artie: Yes, we have that in common. Ha ha! Beat you to it.

      • Pete: (after being deevolved) No caveman jokes.
        Myka: I will not agree to that.
        Pete: Oh, come on.

      • Abigail: You haven't had much positive experience with therapy, have you?
        Claudia: When I got electroshock therapy, one of the gator clips was marked positive. Does that count?
        Abigail: I only use those on my car.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • Pete: I'm really hoping it wasn't from Dexter.
        Referencing the psychopath Dexter Morgan, created by author Jeff Lindsay and featured in five novels and a TV series starring Michael C. Hall. Dexter is a bloodstain pattern analyst by day, and a serial killer who only stalks and kills murderers by night.

      • Pete: Like dangerous, Jekyll and Hyde?
        Referencing the novella, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, written in 1886 by Robert Louis Stevenson. In this novella, researcher, Dr. Jekyll, creates a serum that inadvertently unleashes the bestial side of the human personality by creating a second personality. Dr. Jekyll's second personality goes by the name, "Mr. Hyde." The novella has since inspired dozens of book, movie, and TV adaptations and parodies.

      • Pete: The showerhead from Psycho.
        Referencing Marion Crane's shower murder in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960). In it, Marion takes a shower and the killer enters and stabs her victim repeatedly with an overhand strike while shrill music plays repeatedly in the background.

      • Claudia: I'm gonna need a Silkwood shower.
        Referencing the 1983 movie based on the life of Karen Silkwood, who died while investigating report of wrongdoing at a nuclear plant. A scene in the movie features being scrubbed down in an anti-contamination shower for suspected exposure to nuclear materials. The term "Silkwood shower" has since entered usage as any long drawn-out shower designed to remove accumulated filth and contamination.

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