Warehouse 13 (2009–2014)
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Don't Hate the Player 

Pete, Claudia and Myka answer an emergency call when Fargo from Eureka gets trapped in a virtual reality fantasy game of his own making.



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Natalie Urquhart ...
Paul De La Rosa ...
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Artie and Steve retrieve a Van Gogh painting, an artifact, from a New York City art gallery. Fargo, from Eureka, is trapped in a virtual role playing game he created. When the rest of the Warehouse crew joins the simulation to rescue him, they find it eerily similar to their real lives. Written by David Foss

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15 August 2011 (USA)  »

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Leena, as Leena of the Eagle People, makes a reference to the Curse of the Pharaohs, specifically that of Tutankhamen. When she is freed from the Studio 54 Disco ball, Leena thanks Pete and Claudia from saving her from "Carter's Curse". Howard Carter is the man who discovered Tutankhamen's Tomb, a pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty. A series of mysterious deaths that surrounded Carter after he opened the tomb has been sensationalized over the years to be attributed to a mummy's curse. See more »


Pete Lattimer: Oh, man. My kilt is chafing.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »


Warehouse 13 Main Theme
Written by Edward Rogers
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Fargo moonlights. Pete takes his shirt off....AGAIN. Claudia gets in touch with her inner "Elf".
3 April 2015 | by (Monterey, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Eureka ended July 16, 2012. This episode of WH-13 aired August 15, 2011 so what was Fargo doing in Palo Alto inventing a next gen video game? Was he taking some personal time from his duties at GD? Probably not. This is yet another example of the writers of this show suspending the time/story line and just pulling a plot out of thin air with no thought to continuity. Who do you think you're fooling writing staff? Certainly not the devoted fans of this show. If you want further examples of this, just watch any Christmas special. Characters who left magically reappear and in one case, a blown up Warehouse resurrects as perfectly whole. This is probably the landmark episode where Pete gets to takes his shirt off more than Capt. Kirk in Star Trek the Original Series. The redeeming character is as always Claudia. As a stand alone episode it is one of my favorites. Seeing Agent Grits and Magnolia Blossoms will get us back to the plot line in a small way. Her accent is awful. I'm a 12th generation Southerner and have never heard such a fake.

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