Douglas Fargo of Eureka's Global Dynamics is sent to Warehouse 13 to help update its aging computer system. This triggers a seemingly sentient computer virus that sends the Warehouse into lockdown and traps the team inside.

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When the Warehouse orders a computer upgrade from Global Dynamics, EUREKA's Fargo comes to handle the install. His computer tinkering accidentally unlocks a threat that's been lurking in the Warehouse computers for years, waiting to be unleashed. As the team scrambles to stay alive, they realize the only way to combat this terror is a secret from the Warehouse's past. Written by Anonymous

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According to the boot-up screen, the new warehouse computer has 43423847832 bytes of memory (40TB RAM) and eight 500 petabyte drives (4 exabytes, or approximately 4 billion gigabytes of storage). Oddly enough, the processor runs at 4500 mHz (4500 millihertz, or 4.5MHz, slower than the original 1981 IBM PC) -- probably a typo, intended to be 4500GHz. See more »

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Actually, saying Rumpelstiltskin's name out loud gives him control over you. See more »

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Pete Lattimer: [Regarding Douglas Fargo] Artie, why don't we let our special guest, who I bet Mrs. Frederic wouldn't have sent here if he was trouble, do his thing, huh? C'mon, buddy!
Artie Nielsen: [as Pete escorts Artie somewhere else] He's a Global Dynamic geek.
Pete Lattimer: I know.
Artie Nielsen: He's soulless. He's made up of binary numbers.
Pete Lattimer: Yeah.
Artie Nielsen: I'll tear his heart out.
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References Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970) See more »

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Warehouse 13 End Credits
Written by Edward Rogers
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Not surprisingly, Rene Auberjonais steals the show
29 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The warehouse is getting an upgrade to its aging computer system; unfortunately, a virus is released that shuts down the warehouse. It was a virus placed there by Hugo Miller, the original designer of the warehouse. A holograph, Hugo One, soon appears and his computer program controls all aspects of the warehouse. Pete and Myka go to the mental institution to get the real Hugo and bring him back to the warehouse. Only half of Hugo's brain is working and he is very childlike (wonderfully portrayed by Auberjonais). Artie verbally spars with Hugo One and figures out a way to outwit him. The guest appearance of the Eureka character Douglas Fargo was a fun plot addition. A very entertaining episode.


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