Warehouse 13

Season 4 Episode 12

Parks and Rehabilitation

Aired Monday 9:00 PM May 06, 2013 on Syfy
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    Warehouse 13 "Parks and Rehabilitation" Review: Forgiveness and Stuff

    Last week's mid-season premiere didn't have much time to fully explore the ramifications of Artie's acts while under the influence of the evil-doing astrolabe, but it's okay because that's what this week's episode was for.

  • Episode Summary


    While Artie tries to get back to work, Pete and Claudia investigate an environmental group that may be tied to an artifact... and a murder.

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    • Parks and Rehabilitation

      Parks and Rehabilitation was a perfect episode of Warehouse 13. I really liked how one of the story lines dealt with Artie and his emotional state after all thats happened. The chaos in the Warehouse was fun to watch. The story line about the eco-terrorists was interesting and the artifact was cool. I liked how things played out and look forward to watching what happens next!!!!!!!!!

    Emily Bergl

    Emily Bergl

    Autumn Radnor

    Guest Star

    Patrick Flueger

    Patrick Flueger

    Ranger Evan Smith

    Guest Star

    Jeffrey R. Smith

    Jeffrey R. Smith

    Mr. Keeler

    Guest Star

    Faran Tahir

    Faran Tahir

    Adwin Kosan

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (8)

      • Pete: Sometimes artifacts, they--they can do terrible unspeakable things to people. I mean, heck, one time an artifact made me think I slept with Myka.
        Myka: Pete!
        Pete: Exactly.

      • Pete: I don't know if that's suspicious or just another facet of women I'll never understand.
        Claudia: Is there anything about women you understand?
        Pete: Booby region.

      • Pete: She pulls out the artifact, stay away from dirt.
        Claudia: That's my everyday philosophy.

      • Pete: Peppers: so good in burritos, so bad in the eyes.

      • Claudia: Are you okay?
        Pete: I got dirt in places... where dirt should never be, but otherwise, yeah, I'm fine.

      • Pete: Do you think your Prius can jump the chasm?
        Claudia: Probably not. But while we're airborne, we can check Bing to see how deep the hole is as we plummet to our deaths.

      • Steve: I hate this plan. Why do I have to be bait?
        Artie: 'Cause it already likes you.
        Steve: As in it's tasted my blood and wants more.
        Artie: Another way of putting it.

      • Leena: The world is a dangerous place. And I know the work that the warehouse does, and... I just want to be a part of that. Yes, I know that at any given time, my life might be at risk, but... that's a risk that I'm willing to take to make this world a safer place. A better place.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (6)

      • Pete: Ranger Smith? Hey, Mr. Ranger Smith!
        Referencing the cartoon bear, from the Hanna-Barbera animated studio. He first appeared in 1958 and rose in popularity until he received his own show, The Yogi Bear Show, in 1961. Since then he appeared in numerous other shows, both on his own and with other Hanna-Barbera characters. Yogi lives in Jellystone National Park with his sidekick Boo-Boo and his rival and sometime friend, Ranger Smith.

      • Pete: Hippies in tie-dies singing Age of Aquarius.
        Referencing the lyrics from one of the lead songs, Aquarius, from the 1967 musical Hair (made into a movie in 1970). The 5th Dimension released a cover of the song that won Best Record of the Year in 1969. The "Age of Aquarius" is a new astrological age of "harmony and understanding" that the world would supposedly enter in the 1960s.

      • Pete: For those of us watching the director's cut of Platoon, it'll never be over.
        Referencing the 1986 movie, the first of three by Oliver Stone dealing with Vietnam. It revolves around a new recruit, Chris Taylor, facing the horrors of Vietnam, horrors on both his side and the enemy's.

      • Pete: Look, FernGully.
        Referencing the 1992 animated movie FernGully: The Last Rainforest, based on the book of the same name by Diana Young. A young fairy, Crysta, who lives in a rain forest in Australia and sets out to see the world. She eventually ends up trying to save FernGully, conveying a strong environmental message.

      • Claudia: The Lorax...
        Referencing the 1971 children's book by Dr. Seuss that has a creature known as the Lorax warning against the dangers of corporate pollution and the destruction of the ecology. it was made into a big-budget animated movie in 2012.

      • Claudia: ...meets Red Dawn.
        Referencing the 1984 movie that has the Soviet Union invading the U.S. Although they are initially successful, a group of teenagers form a resistance army to oppose them. The movie was remade in 2012, substituting the North Koreans for the Soviets.