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"Warehouse 13" Claudia (2009)

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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful:

Good story introducing a welcome addition to the cast

8/10
Author: Paularoc from United States
23 October 2012

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Artie is snatched by Claudia, a young woman who blames him for the loss of her brother. It was Claudia that was responsible for the electrical mishaps in the last episode. Claudia is obviously smart but also even after 12 years desperately misses her older brother. Artie at first is sure Claudia is wrong about what happened to her brother but later he and she collaborate to save the brother. The plot line revolves around Rheticus, a 16th century scientist who invented an inter- dimensional compass. I was curious about Rheticus and sure enough, there was such a scientist - the only student of Copernicus and the one responsible for getting Copernicus' major works published and known. As for Rheticus' compass - not surprisingly, there is no evidence of a compass. What makes this episode so good is the interplay between Artie and Claudia. Allison Scagliotti is wonderful as Claudia - smart, edgy, cynical, and quick with the cutting remark. Mrs. Frederic in her steely manner gives Artie an ultimatum at episode's end.

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6 out of 10 people found the following review useful:

Artie all the way

7/10
Author: ctomvelu1 from United States
29 July 2009

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In a wonderful comeback from the dismal previous episode, CLAUDIA puts the spotlight squarely on Artie, as a young woman shows up and claims he caused the death of her brother. Only the brother may not be dead. A strange compass is involved, and it's up to Artie -- and to some lesser degree, Pete and Myka -- to sole this mystery, which has what at first appears to be a supernatural element to it. Think EUREKA, and you'll quickly figure out what's going on. In a way, this is a rechanneled plot from more than one EUREKA episode, including one of the most recent episodes where the sheriff is accidentally cast into an alternate dimension. Anyhow, it's nice to see Saul Rubinek get to pull out all the stops as the "haunted" Artie. Great special effects. And the gal playing the troubled sister is worth a good look, especially around the 12th minute.

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4 out of 52 people found the following review useful:

like listening to five radio stations at once

2/10
Author: scottwallvashon from United States
29 July 2009

Up to now this show was just boring. Tonight it was an annoying chaotic mixture of countless science fiction presentations I have seen for decades plus endless nervous chatter that seemed like listening to five radio stations at once. I kept waiting for it to get over with so that I could switch back to the news.

When it finally ended, it had the obvious telegraphed happy ending that could have been predicted from the previews. There was no need to sit through the cluttered inane dialogue and faux investigative work.

And they already have us set up for the humorous obvious outcome of Artie's new ultimatum from Mrs. Fredericks. This show is like playing Candy Land. The board is cool but the rules are simple and the path always leads to the same place. If you turn over cards long enough, you will end up at the gingerbread warehouse.

Next Tuesday I think I'll read a good book.

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