With a flash and a zap, numerous people begin to disappear, leaving only a charcoal smudge behind. The Warehouse agents discover these disappearances are the result of people upsetting Megan Reese. A high school classmate and former co-worker, Jeff, has been stalking Megan and whenever she is confronted by someone, he gets rids of that person. How? Binoculars. By travelling through her memory, Pete and Jane uncover the reasons for the Regent murders: a young boy, Walter Sykes, stripped of the Collodi Bracelet. Set to destroy the Regents, how far will Sykes go to retain his precious bracelet once again? Written by
Did You Know?
In the cemetery scene, the camera pans past the grave marker for the Nicholls family. Frederic Thomas Nicholls was a Canadian Senator. From this it can be deduced that the scene was filmed in Toronto, Canada. See more
It is unlikely that anybody on the Enola Gay would have been looking at the atomic bomb blast through binoculars, since they would have known that serious eye damage would result. Further, the pilot would not have been able to do so in any case, since the plane was flying away from Hiroshima when the bomb went off and the pilot could not see things that were directly behind the plane. The tail gunner could, but not the pilot. See more
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References Battlestar Galactica
Warehouse 13 Main Theme
Written by Edward Rogers See more