Pete and Myka hunt down a malevolent artifact-wielding Santa Claus and come to the aid of a businessman. Meanwhile, Artie is reunited with his estranged father Isadore after 30 years.

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As the Warehouse team prepares to celebrate the holidays in snowy South Dakota, Pete and Myka are called upon to hunt down a malevolent Santa Claus. Meanwhile, in time for Hanukkah, Artie and his estranged father, Isadore Weisfelt reunite after 30 years. Written by Syfy Publicity

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Judd Hirsch is playing Saul Rubinek's father even though he is only 13 years older than him. See more »

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In the joke shop, Pete says "My kid sister loves these things", but it's already been established he only has an older sister. See more »

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Myka Bering: Artie, is it, is it possible that...
Artie Nielsen: That yes, Virgina, there really is a Santa Claus?
Pete Lattimer: The dude enters and exits through chimneys! He travels across the room as fairy dust. Look, Artie, this was the real Santa, okay? Oh, and by the way, be nice because Santa is badass.
Artie Nielsen: There really was a St. Nicholas in Fourth Century Turkey and he was known to have put coins in people's shoes.
Pete Lattimer: Real Santa! Excellent! You know, I knew it. Seriously, it explains so much.
Myka Bering: You're making a Christmas list in your ...
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It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas
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best warehouse 13 episode yet
11 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Considering the show has been on hiatus for a few months, and wont continue again until summer this Christmas special was a surprise. I would usually only rate warehouse13 as a series a 6.5/10 with occasional episodes (such as when they tie in Eureka) around a 7.5/10 but this episode was just great! Along with being a surprise it was both heart warming and did a great job of sticking to the principles of the show. Kudos Warehouse 13! I hope future episodes will be a good!

-repeat, minimum 10 lines- Considering the show has been on hiatus for a few months, and wont continue again until summer this Christmas special was a surprise. I would usually only rate warehouse13 as a series a 6.5/10 with occasional episodes (such as when they tie in Eureka) around a 7.5/10 but this episode was just great! Along with being a surprise it was both heart warming and did a great job of sticking to the principles of the show. Kudos Warehouse 13! I hope future episodes will be a good!


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