Warehouse 13 (2009–2014)
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Pete and Myka's attempt to get normal is interrupted by an artifact.

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Pete Lattimer
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Dr. Kelly Hernandez (as Paula Garces)
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Lauren Andrews
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Kurt Smoller (as Cody Rhodes)
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Victor
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Albert - Security Guard
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Howard
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Teri - Receptionist
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John Donley
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Megan
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Colorado Bartender
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The Warehouse agents hope to spend a weekend just relaxing and being normal-Pete with his girlfriend, Kelly, and Myka at her tenth high school reunion- but an artifact gets in the way. Claudia sees a new side of Artie when they take on a mission of their own. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

Myka graduated in 2000, making her age 27 or 28 as of this ep. See more »

Goofs

Myka (in Pete's body) says she will see Pete (in Myka's body) in about 3 hours. The nearest city to Warehouse 13 is Rapid City, South Dakota. Using that as a reference, it would take Myka a minimum of 8 hours to drive to Colorado Springs (if she's obeying the speed limit), not 3 hours. See more »

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Leena: Pete, put that back! That's the original can of worms!
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Warehouse 13 End Credits
Written by Edward Rogers
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XXOO, XXOO, XXOO ad nausea....
8 July 2015 | by (Monterey, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

This is the episode where WH13 falls down the slippery slope of romance and becomes yet another stupid, mushy soap opera. Or a Swizzle opera (did you see the brand name, AGAIN?). Others have speculated that the writers and producers on other shows turned to the dark side to bolster ratings (lure in the women-folk). This is exactly what RUINED "Eureka" and "Grimm". Ironically, both of those shows and this one came out of NBC-Universal. Those of us that enjoy science fiction (and have actually READ Wells, Verne, Poe, etc.)watch shows like this for just that, SCIENCE FICTION, not romance. If I wanted that, I would watch the Hallmark Channel which is currently running Christmas movies in July. I know this is falling on deaf ears, but no one gives a rat's a*s about finding true love, getting married and living the Canadian dream.


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