Warehouse 13 (2009–2014)
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Beyond Our Control 

For the first time, residents of "Univille" (Warehouse 13's hometown) begin experiencing bizarre and increasingly powerful events leading to the discovery that a dangerous artifact is loose in their own backyard.

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For the first time, residents of "Univille" (Warehouse 13's hometown) begin experiencing bizarre and increasingly powerful events leading to the discovery that a dangerous artifact is loose in their own backyard.

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Trivia

Opening sequence, 1944, Buck Mendell, Secret Service,from Warehouse 13, full authority, African-American. In 1944 a black soldier was deemed not good enough to die in a white soldier's foxhole. There was little chance of white military guards accepting the authority of a civilian black man waving a badge. FYI: 1956, Charles Gittens, first African-American Secret Service Agent. See more »

Goofs

When Claudia asks Artie for a "resistor", Artie hands her something with four pins. Conventional resistors, rheostats, and varistors have two contacts, and potentiometers have three. No device that fits the description "resistor" has four contacts. See more »

Quotes

Myka Bering: Well, we got an extra three minutes.
Pete Lattimer: Unless someone fast forwards through the commercials.
Myka Bering: Don't even joke about that.
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References Smallville (2001) See more »

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Warehouse 13 End Credits
Written by Edward Rogers
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Somebody is watching too many movies
28 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really liked this episode, it was visually interesting with witty dialog, good supporting cast, light hearted, wacky plot line - it all adds up to delightful entertainment. Excerpts from actor Raymond St. James movies start happening throughout the town of Univille. St. James appears in his movie roles as a WWII soldier, a cowboy, a gladiator, a private eye and most deadly of all, the mad scientist Dr. Doomsday. The Farnsworth projector may well destroy the whole town but fortunately Myka has a photographic memory (a heretofore unknown gift) and saves the day. Really liked the side bits about why the Univille townspeople were giving Pete and Myka the brush off, the cranky post office worker, the hardware store employee, and the "cute meet" between Pete and the local vet. This episode also got me to look up Philo Farnsworth - a scientist instrumental in the development of television. The only downside to the episode was the pearl of wisdom bit with Leena - it was boring filler - unfortunately, we'll probably get more of this particular plot line. Other than that, this show was a winner.


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