In trying to thwart Walter Sykes' plan to free H.G Wells, the field agents encounter Walter's latest recruit - Steve.



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After debugging Warehouse 13, Claudia determines that Walter Sykes sought the encrypted Altas 66 file and pretty much got it. Jane and Artie forbid the team to pursue this line of inquiry further, but nothing inflames the agents more than being told no. Pete leads the search into its meaning and finds it leading to the Regents' deliberate mind-wipe and release of H.G. Wells through the Janus Coin artifact. Retrieving the Janus Coin, Pete, Myka, Claudia and the hologram of H.G. herself debate the pragmatism of destroying the coin to thwart Walter Sykes' ultimate plan. As they reach a decision, they find themselves confronting a former colleague. Written by statmanjeff

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3 October 2011 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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H.G. Wells believes she is "Emily Hannah Lake" and owns a cat named "Dickens" - an obvious play on the fact that Charles Dickens and H.G. Wells are both giants in literature. Also, the letters from "Emily Hannah Lake" can be rearranged to spell out "Hail Myka n Helena" referring to "Myka" and "Helena" from the series. See more »


Artie refers to the "near catastrophe in Yosemite" when explaining what was done to H. G. The incident with the trident happened in Yellowstone. See more »


Artie Nielsen: Everyone has a choice; and, as I've discovered, people often make the wrong one.
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References Scarface (1983) See more »


Warehouse 13 Main Theme
Written by Edward Rogers
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Suspend reality. It has no place here.
12 July 2015 | by (Monterey, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

This story line makes absolutely no sense. Sykes is the only threat to the warehouse. If the mission is to eliminate this threat, the undercover agent would have made contact with Jane as soon as he located Sykes. Sykes would have been taken out along with his undead lieutenant and his computer geek with the awful accent. Jinks lives. Threat gone. Janus coin remains safe and sound in the Regent's Vault. HG happily live out her new life teaching English and cleaning the cat's box in Nowhere, Wyoming. Case closed. All of this other frankly stupid moves to find out Sykes' end game are pointless. His "end game" would not have mattered once Sykes was taken. What the hell was wrong with the "artifact-of-the-week"? It was working just fine.

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