Pete and Myka are sent to investigate a small town where the inhabitants' minds are being altered making them act as they please. Meanwhile, Artie is confused by the energy flows going on ... See full summary »

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Pete and Myka are sent to investigate a small town where the inhabitants' minds are being altered making them act as they please. Meanwhile, Artie is confused by the energy flows going on in the warehouse and he seeks help from Leena who may know more about what is going on. Written by matt-282

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Before the opening credits Pete and Myka get neutralized/ purple slimed, and Pete wipes goo off his face and flicks it at Myka. That whole bit of business, wiping, flicking, turn of head, and facial expression was a perfect mimicry of a classic Laurel and Hardy bit. See more »

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The writings on the music teacher's blackboard make no musical sense at all. See more »

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Ross: [to Myka] I'm sorry! I won't do it again! I won't touch your breasts anymore.
Ellis Hayes: [as Ross' therapist] What are you doing? We talked about this.
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Proving my point.
22 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We have now seen the pilot and two episodes of this SciFi/Syfy/sigh…fie Channel series. As I suspected, it is wearing thin.

The two Secret Service agents are just plain dumb. There is no justification—not even for the sake of humor—for their antics. They bicker like young girls playing with dolls, and their bickering puts them in real danger. Fox Mulder and Dana Scully disagreed, but it never undermined their professionalism. I can't recall any investigative team in any successful series that was this discordant. We're getting into Laurel and Hardy territory here.

As for the humor, that's right out of the Three Stooges. They have built into the script a justification for the basest form of slapstick. I tuned into this episode just as ECW Wrestling was ending, and I barely recognized the transition.

I have given Warehouse 13 the college try, but I suspect that it will get harder and harder to remember to watch this show. One day I will discover that I have forgotten it entirely and realize I have no regrets.


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