Pete and Myka race to stop Sykes from using his own cache of artifacts to destroy them and the Warehouse.

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Discovering Steve's last message, Myka and Pete fly to Hong Kong where they find Walter Sykes forcing H.G. Wells to solve an ancient and deadly puzzle linked to a chess set inside the long-disused Ancient Sanctum of the Regents. This "lock," devised by Caturanga (H.G.'s Warehouse mentor), blocks access to a gateway that Walter plans to use to regain Collodi's Bracelet and reach his final objective. Meanwhile, Marcus Diamond attacks Leena to use artifacts in aid of Walter's scheme, but not if Claudia and Mrs. Frederic can prevent it. Written by statmanjeff

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It would take weeks maybe months for Pete and Myka to get authorisation to carry their firearms in China. So unless they bought them illegally or had contacted the Chinese government three weeks before boarding their flight they couldn't have live firing guns See more »

Goofs

when Claudia retrieves a card from the lighter it is a mini-SIM card. the kind your phone provider stores your phone number etc on. while you can store information (up to 256kb) on such a card it would be more logical to use a memory card of similar measures like mini/micro-SD for example (the kind you put in your phone/camera to store pictures and video). See more »

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Myka Bering: The roads... the-the-the roads in...
Artie Nielsen: Roads, I remember... there's something...
Myka Bering: See that? The roads kind of... do you see them? They connect at a... it almost forms a...
Artie Nielsen: It's like seeing a...
Jane Lattimer: You two know you haven't actually finished a sentence yet, right?
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References Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) See more »

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Warehouse 13 Main Theme
Written by Edward Rogers
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Love the show
8 December 2011 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

I love this show! So, yes, I realize it is not the pinnacle of sci-fi, but it is fun, it is lighthearted, it has a great combination of historic fact with creative inventiveness and it makes you laugh. The plots are very Agatha Christie in 40minute bursts, they are not as predictive as the simplicity of the show would make you think. One thing that is very well done in this show is the character development, you can empathize with them and you want to see them do well, get together, or get a grip: you think of the characters as friends. It is not often that you feel so much like a show is your family, but the latest episode made me feel just like that. Saturday morning or prime time both work for me with this show, I just enjoy watching it.


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