Pete's goofing around with Lewis Carroll's mirror creates a mishap in the warehouse with bad consequences for Myka, but there's no time to learn of it as Artie has to send his agents out ... See full summary »

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Pete's goofing around with Lewis Carroll's mirror creates a mishap in the warehouse with bad consequences for Myka, but there's no time to learn of it as Artie has to send his agents out right away to discover how two small-time crooks are suddenly able to rake in millions at the casinos without raising any eyebrows. Written by statmanjeff

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After Myka asks about the Dark Vault, Pete says, "it's better than the 'oy gevalt' " and he and Artie laugh. "Oy gevalt" is a Yiddish phrase which means, roughly: "Oh, God!" or "woe is me." See more »

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Artie Nielsen: [In response to the disco ball going off] Oh, god, I hate disco!
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Featured in Warehouse 13: Fractures (2012) See more »

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More fun than a barrel of hammers
11 August 2016 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

This is not a complaint — nor is IMDb really a forum for complaints — but TV, as good as it is, is not much fun anymore.

I am not talking about the comedies, I am talking about the dramas. They have become really dark. Brilliantly written, fascinating, but dark. If you want to see how TV used to treat an action series, look at the original Avengers (with Diana Rigg) or even Wild Wild West.

The reason I mention that is that when this episode ended I noticed I had a big smile on my face. At first I did not know what had happened to my mouth because — see above — modern TV is seldom fun. I watch a lot but I don't smile a lot.

But this episode was fun. Great writing, direction, acting. Joanne Kelly really gets to strut her stuff in a dual role and if her acting career ever gets old, she should take a contract with Revlon.

Recommended.


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