Warehouse 13 (2009–2014)
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Queen for a Day 

As Steve and Claudia seek Ulysses S. Grant's flask within a Civil War re-enactment, Pete and Mika crash his ex-wife's wedding before a bee artifact gives everyone a hive mentality.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Holly Dennison ...
Castle Coordinator
Bridesmaid #1
Bridesmaid #2 (as Angelica Lisk)
Susan Horton ...
Bridesmaid #3 (as Susan Monique Horton)
Groomsman #1
Groomsman #2
Groomsman #3


Claudia and Steve join a Civil War reenactment to retrieve a flask that is making the battle a bit too realistic for one of the recruits. Pete crashes his ex-wife's wedding to retrieve an ancient Egyptian mechanical bee that has the wedding party thinking the bride is their queen. And Pete explains to Myka why he kept this part of his life a secret. Written by David Foss

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Release Date:

1 August 2011 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The filming location for Amanda's Pocono wedding Castle was Casa Loma in Toronto. This location was a Welsh Castle in a previous episode. See more »


Major Lattimer's medal/ribbon rack is upside down. The highest ranking ones should be at the top, not the bottom. Also, it shows her having a Bronze Star and two combat ribbons. Women Marines are Combat Support, never direct combat. See more »


Pete Lattimer: [Pete is about to be attacked by three "possessed" Marines, and he has no escape] Uhh, umm... Ten-HUT!
[the Marines immediately stop and stand at attention; Pete squints at them]
Pete Lattimer: Really?
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References Star Trek: Voyager (1995) See more »


Warehouse 13 End Credits
Written by Edward Rogers
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Weddings and sisters and bees, oh my!
21 September 2015 | by (Monterey, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Watching this episode again really saddened me, but not for the obvious tear-jerking attempts of "Fairy Tale Weddings" and dead sisters. Last season, when ratings began to fall, the writers apparently tried to "broaden" the fan base by trying to appeal to women and middle- schoolers (Pete). It didn't work. This is yet another slip down that slope. The pilot was all about "Endless Wonder". What a perfect premise for a sci-fi series. Thousands of years of history and historical figures just waiting to be explored. It was simple but brilliant. Now, its weddings, ex-wives, making amends, sharing, supporting your partner, blah-blah-blah. I read one reviewer who said they had to go back and watch the first few episodes to remind themselves how great this series WAS. That is what is so depressing. The attention to detail was exquisite during the first year. Now, it is terrible. The mistakes in Marine uniform and protocol are so frankly BAD it would be tedious to try to list them all.

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