A rock legend's guitar becomes a menace in Jersey City, N.J., and Artie and Claudia run into an ATF agent who has a knack for knowing when people lie.



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Mark Robinson ...
FBI Agent
Marc Minardi ...
Exhibit Worker
ATF Agent
Nikki Grant ...


With Myka gone from the Warehouse group, it ultimately proves beneficial when Artie and Claudia encounter Steve, an ATF agent who can immediately discern lies. Pete chafes at being the newbie's assigned field partner, and the two make a rough go at investigating the troublesome Lost Folio of Shakespeare, which forces victims into replicating the harrowing deaths of Shakespeare's characters. Back at the warehouse, Artie, Claudia and Leena find their hands full when one artifact statue can't abide another. Written by statmanjeff

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11 July 2011 (USA)  »

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In the opening scene we see the outside of a museum building purportedly in Jersey City, NJ. It is actually the outside of the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto. See more »


The type of guitar Jimi Hendrix was best known for playing, and the type he burned at both Finsbury Park and later at the Monterey Pop Festival, was a Fender Stratocaster. The guitar depicted in this episode is an imitation Stratocaster, as can be seen from its headstock. Additionally, although Hendrix (who was left-handed) played right-handed Stratocasters held upside-down, he strung them in the left-handed fashion, as any other lefty guitarist would. In the closeup of Claudia playing Hendrix's alleged guitar, just before Artie scolds her, it can be seen that the guitar is strung right-handed. See more »


Artie Nielsen: Zeus married his sister Hera - don't ask, they were Greek. Zeus-Zeus-Zeus tomcats all over town - upstairs at Olympus, downstairs with the mortals...
Claudia Donovan: Got it. Zeus was a man-slut.
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References The Party (1968) See more »


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Performed by Keri Latimer
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New recruit to a world of endless wonder
1 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The team's still down about Myka leaving the warehouse and soon Mrs. Frederic recruits a new agent - an ATF agent who has the gift of being able to tell when people are lying. Two people have died under mysterious circumstances (as if there are any other kind on this show) and the only clue is that the victims' dying words were quotations from a cursed lost folio of plays by Shakespeare (or as Pete would have it, the Bird of Avon). Pete seeks out Myka , who is working in her parents' bookstore, in the hope that she can shed some light on the happenings. The new recruit, Steve Jinks, becomes Pete's new field partner - something Pete's not very happy about. Myka saves Steve's life and those of other potential victims' lives because she can quote lines from Shakespeare. We see a halo-graph image of H.G. Wells giving Myka a pep talk as to why she should return as an agent to the warehouse. We also get a glimpse of a new and deadly villain. Strong episode and the Steve character makes a good addition to the team.

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