Warehouse 13

Season 4 Episode 14

The Sky's the Limit

Aired Monday 9:00 PM May 20, 2013 on Syfy

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  • Trivia

    • Monty invites the agents to what he describes as a matinee show. However, later when the show is underway, he says, "tonight," not "this afternoon." Matinee shows occur in the afternoon.

  • Quotes

    • Claudia: (after a horse scares Steve) What? I'm not laughing at you. I'm laughing with the horse. (whinnies)

    • Myka: You know, his assistant, Rose, never told us that she lived here.
      Pete: Ooh, nice. No wonder he's got a heart condition. Man, I hope I have a hot, young girlfriend when I'm his age.
      Myka: Well, it's good that you have a five-year plan.

    • Monty: Sweetheart, I think I'm done.
      Rose: Gramps, don't say that.
      Monty: Hmm, listen, adorable Rose. When your eyes go, you stop painting. When your knees go, you stop dancing. And when you can't do what you do best, you walk away with dignity.

    • Myka: You can't be out here in the open air.
      Pete: Ah, come on, coach, it's the fourth quarter--don't bench me.
      Myka: Pete, I left cookies in the glove compartment.
      Pete: Ooh.

    • Myka: There's no tricks here, Monty. The world is full of magic. Real magic.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Claudia: Let's go have a wee chat with Dr. Dollittle.
      Referencing Dr. John Dolittle, the fictional character created by Hugh Lofting in a series of twelve books. Dolittle, a veterinarian, has the ability to speak to animals. The most recent film series updated the character from the early 19th century to the modern day, and featured Eddie Murphy in the first two movies before the character is succeeded by his daughter, Maya Doolittle.

    • Pete: It's "buying" the Stairway to Heaven.
      Referencing the 1971 song Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin (misidentified by Myka as the Rolling Stones, since she says she isn't familiar with the song), released on the band's untitled fourth album. The song runs 8:02, meaning that it was never released as a single because the band refused to cut it down to fit.