Warehouse 13: Season 1, Episode 11

Nevermore (15 Sep. 2009)

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The Warehouse team narrowly misses nabbing McPherson then Myka's father falls under the influence of an artifact that resists the purple goo.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Leena (credit only)
Daniel Dickenson (credit only)
Bobby Busecki
Tamara Duarte ...
Tamara Resnick
Philip Akin ...


The Warehouse team narrowly misses nabbing McPherson then Myka's father falls under the influence of an artifact that resists the purple goo.

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Susan Hogan and Michael Hogan, real life husband-and-wife actors, play Mrs. and Mr. Bering, Myka's parents. Their son, Gabriel Hogan, played Myka's love interest in the Warehouse 13: Pilot (2009). See more »


In a previous episode Myka says that her parents own a bookstore "Bering & Sons" in Colorado Springs, Colorado and even in this episode the recap is the scene where Myka says Colorado Springs but then they cut to the shot of the front of her parents bookstore and the caption is Colorado City, Colorado. See more »


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Presumptuous Titillation
16 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Shows like this always give themselves away. In this particular episode, it is the gratuitous sexual titillation. Try to imagine the off-chance culturally sensitive costume maker being told to raise the hemlines of all the girl's skirts. For us, it is just a fleeting illusion. But someone had to receive the order to raise all the hemlines. Whoever the costume makers were, they could not help but understand the implications. Pity the sensitive costume maker.

And then, there are the young actresses. As the director positioned the cameras just so, and they were instructed to sit just so and cross their legs just so, imagine what must have been going through their heads: how much of this will I have to put up with before I can get a real acting job? Or, if acting was not their first passion, they might have been thinking: some day I will explain to my children what I had to put up with to pay my way through medical school.

Don't get me wrong. I loved the Britney Spears video. But her portrayal of a coquettish nymphet was a deliberate foray into the erotic arts, not covert eye candy. What was done in this episode of Warehouse 13 was just silly and presumptuous. Real science fiction fans are interested in ideas not erotic titillation scattered about like hors d'œuvres at a cocktail party.

But I keep forgetting. This is not a real show. It is a pure marketing function. The tidbits of carefully planted titillation are like everything else in this series. They are part of a huge calculated effect to maintain ratings and sell soap.

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