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"Warehouse 13" 13.1 (2010)

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Original Air Date:
3 August 2010 (Season 2, Episode 5)
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. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Chris Fisher 
Writing credits
D. Brent Mote (created by) (as Brent Mote) and
Jane Espenson (created by)

Ian Stokes (written by)

Ian Stokes  staff writer (uncredited)

Produced by
Drew Z. Greenberg .... co-executive producer
Jack Kenny .... executive producer
Andrew Kreisberg .... co-executive producer
Nell Scovell .... co-executive producer
Andrew Seklir .... associate producer
David Simkins .... executive producer
Stephen Surjik .... supervising producer
Gregg Tilson .... associate producer
Mark Winemaker .... producer
Original Music by
Edward Rogers 
Cinematography by
Michael McMurray (director of photography) (as Mike McMurray)
Film Editing by
John Heath 
Casting by
Robin D. Cook 
Suzanne Goddard-Smythe 
Production Design by
Franco De Cotiis 
Art Direction by
Michele Brady 
Set Decoration by
Zeljka Alosinac 
Costume Design by
Joanne Hansen 
Makeup Department
Susan Exton-Stranks .... key hair
Maribeth Knezev .... key make-up
Amber Chase .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Kenny Micka .... post-production supervisor
Ted Miller .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Darrin Brown .... second assistant director
Woody Sidarous .... first assistant director
Lawrence Ng .... set trainee assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
Hamish Buchanan .... first assistant art director
Kevin Lise .... on-set prop master
Joyce McPherson .... art department apprentice
Kerry Spurrell .... property master
Matt Wladyka .... set dresser
Arlene Lott .... second assistant art director (uncredited)
Matt Middleton .... set designer (uncredited)
Robert Nowacki .... second assistant art director (uncredited)
Dan Owens .... on-set dresser: second unit (uncredited)
Sound Department
Jeff K. Brunello .... sound designer
Daniel Colman .... supervising sound editor/sound designer
John W. Cook II .... re-recording mixer (as John W. Cook)
Ken Kobett .... re-recording mixer (as Kenneth Kobett)
Jeff Kushner .... sound editor
Jack Levy .... supervising sound editor
Sam C. Lewis .... adr mixer
Sam C. Lewis .... supervising foley editor
Andrew Logan .... sound recordist
Doug Madick .... supervising foley artist
George Scott Schaffner .... boom operator
Miriam Cole .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Thomas Hidderley .... sound mixer (uncredited)
Monique Reymond .... foley artist (uncredited)
Dorian Williamson .... boom operator (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Darren Cranford .... visual effects producer
Clint Green .... visual effects lead
Rob Sischy .... digital compositor
Dennis Temprile .... visual effects project manager
Dave Dean .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Derek Schneider .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Goran Zovkic .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Matt Birman .... stunt coordinator
Cheryl Quiacos .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Iain Baird .... b camera operator
Ira Cohen .... key gaffer
Tim Sauder .... key grip
David Towers .... a camera operator
Marc Forand .... digital imaging technician (uncredited)
Jason Klein .... grip (uncredited)
Ken Wiebe .... lighting board operator (uncredited)
Casting Department
Ty Harman .... casting associate
Alicia Faucher .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Maria Fermo .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Pete Fausone .... on-line editor
Katie Lilly .... post-production coordinator
Tom Runquist .... assistant editor
Robert Tomaszewski .... colorist
Chris Marsland .... dailies transfer (uncredited)
Location Management
Derek Brady .... location manager
Shaun Cengiz .... location assistant
Rick Jang .... location production assistant (uncredited)
Music Department
Oliver Hild .... music supervisor
Stacy Wallen-McCarthy .... music supervisor
Ben Zales .... music editor
Paul Cristo .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Dan Rimas .... music licensing (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Mike Billard .... transportation captain (uncredited)
Bill Boyd .... picture car coordinator (uncredited)
Frank Mizzi .... transportation coordinator (uncredited)
Carl Severin .... transportation co-captain (uncredited)
Dave Wilson .... picture car co-captain (uncredited)
Other crew
Karen Colaco .... production accountant
Bob Goodman .... executive story editor
Deric A. Hughes .... story editor
Lisa Perone .... production coordinator
Benjamin Raab .... story editor
Terri Ann Ward .... assistant production coordinator (as Terri Ann Myers)
Eric Gamache .... production assistant (uncredited)
Cynthia Poulter .... production secretary (uncredited)
Vess Stoeva .... assistant accountant (uncredited)
Alexander Wood .... assistant to producer (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

43 min | Germany:42 min
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital | DTS (5.1 surround)
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

As an insult, Artie calls Fargo "Bismarck" which are both cities in North Dakota. Bismark is also Fargo's bowling nemesis from Area 51. This is something Artie very likely knows.See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Myka states that every former Warehouse agent they've ever met is either crazy, evil, or dead, but in the first season she and Pete met Rebecca St. Clair, a former Warehouse agent who was none of the above.See more »
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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Movie Connections:
References Billy Jack (1971)See more »
Warehouse 13 Main ThemeSee more »


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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Not surprisingly, Rene Auberjonais steals the show, 29 October 2012
Author: Paularoc from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

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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