Pete and Myka use H.G. Wells's time machine to travel back to 1961.

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After former Agent Rebecca reopens a Warehouse 13 cold case, Pete and Myka use H.G. Wells's time machine to travel back to the year 1961. Their mission: to save a group of innocent women from being turned to glass by an unknown killer... and make it back it to the future alive. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

At the end of the episode, Artie is reading Rebecca's obituary. It states that she was a teacher and administrator at the Goddard-Smythe Elementary School for 34 years. Goddard-Smythe is the last name of Suzanne Goddard-Smythe, one of the (USA) casting professionals listed in the end credits. See more »

Goofs

In the 1961 magazine office, several IBM Selectric II typewriters can be seen. This model was introduced in 1971. See more »

Quotes

Claudia Donovan: [after hearing the story of HG's daughter's murder] I imagine losing a child is the worst pain you can experience.
H.G. Wells: No. What I did to those men, after I tracked them down? *That's* the worst pain you can experience.
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References Total Recall (1990) See more »

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The Typewriter Song
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Written by Erich Kunzel
Performed by Erich Kunzel & Rochester Pops Orchestra
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Amazingly excellent dialogue
8 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

I've been impressed with the dialogue and writing of this series so far but this episode really outdid itself. Pete and Claudia making "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" air guitar rifts, Pete referencing B-movies (particulary "Total Recall" in this episode), and of course H.G. Wells talking about "her" own novels. And this is to say nothing of the constant late 50s/ early 60s dialogue Myka and Pete keep reacting to throughout the show. Oh, and did I mention the killer props? So the stage is set and the actors, all of them, whoop it up for a delightful watch.

Well written, well acted, just well executed all around. Excellent episode.


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