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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.
All of the Warehouse 13 agents are equipped with a non-lethal weapon i.e. their Tesla guns. However, they don't use them on Artie.
Jeri Ryan's character, Major Amanda Martin, mispronounces Corpsman by pronouncing the "s" while not pronouncing the "p." The actual pronunciation should be "Coreman".
When Alice sprays gasoline around the car, the gas price sign in the background says 426.9, which doesn't make any sense.
The five artifacts were not only all sold on the same day, but they were all sold consecutively in a row to five different people, even though the shop was empty when Jesse was there.
Trivia: The majority of this episode's events take place on June 12, 2012.
"Venue Manager" is misspelled "Manger" in the end credits.
Before Pete and Claudia chase Aquino, you can see a Pennsylvania license plate on the front of their car. Pennsylvania, however, does not require registered vehicles to have front-end license plates.
When Mika calls Pete to warn him to wear gloves, Pete lets his torch fall. However, when Mika asks him if he can handle the situation alone, the torch is in his hands again. He hasn't recovered it because later it is seen again where it fell the first time.
Throughout the episode, it's suggested that Leo may be in town to steal engraving plates from the U.S. Mint. Engraving plates are for paper money. The Mint doesn't print paper money. They deal exclusively with coinage. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing makes paper money, thus they would have any engraving plates.
Myka says Leo is left-handed and as such inconsistent with his posture when he was gunned down at the train station, as he was holding his gun with his right hand. However, during the subsequent flashback of Leo gunning down Sam, Leo held and shot the gun with his right hand.
Trivia: Eagle Leena refers to Carter's Curse. Jack Carter is the sheriff of SyFy's Eureka. Often Sheriff Carter locks people away in the town holding cell, preventing them from interfering with a current investigation. Fargo clearly put this in as part of his game programming.
The artifact with the Hebrew lettering was written in the reverse order. In Hebrew everything is read from right to left, so the property master misread and instead of spelling "truth" from top to bottom, did the opposite.
Although Jimi Hendrix was left-handed, he typically played either a right-handed guitar with the bass strings reversed, or he played a right-handed guitar upside down. Thus the right-handed guitar shown here is correct.
In the joke shop, Pete says "My kid sister loves these things." Pete does have a sister, but she's older than him.
Claudia said that HG was driving on I-26 to Yellowstone. Interstate 26 actually goes through Tennessee to South Carolina. However, there is a US Route 26 that is in Wyoming.
Right before Sempe steps into the primordial tar, you can briefly see that his pants are already covered from the knees down with tar. The next shot however, when he just stepped onto the tar, his pants are completely clean.
Valda says that the poison that killed the three students is a combination of hematite and natron. Hematite is merely a form of iron oxide. While long-term exposure can cause siderosis (iron poisoning), it would not do anything to "mummify" a living being as shown here whether combined with natron or not.
After the fight scene at the Raitt house, Myka is still wearing the uniform from the gentleman's only club. In the next scene she's wearing the blue dress again.
When Myka and Pete are talking to Charlie Martin in 1961, Charlie is initially smoking a lit cigarette. When he sits down, the cigarette is unlit and unused and he then lights it up.
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9/11 undertones, alcoholism, alien technology, alternate history, battle for earth