Warehouse 13: Season 4, Episode 5

No Pain No Gain (20 Aug. 2012)

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Pete and Myka investigate a hockey player who seems to be miraculously and instantly recovering from serious game injuries, while Claudia is invited to a mysterious lunch by Mrs. Frederic. ... See full summary »



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Pete and Myka investigate a hockey player who seems to be miraculously and instantly recovering from serious game injuries, while Claudia is invited to a mysterious lunch by Mrs. Frederic. Elsewhere, Artie and Steve discover someone has been stealing artifacts from inside the Warehouse. Written by Anonymous

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Near the end of the episode Myka remarks that only her romantic comedy would turn into a Stephen King movie. The scene in the log cabin earlier is reminiscent of the Stephen King movie Misery (1990) in which an author's 'number 1 fan' kidnaps him after a car crash and further hobbles him to stop him running away by breaking his ankle with a sledgehammer. See more »


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Both intriguing and amusing
3 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There is a lot going on in this episode with seeds being sown for potential future plot lines and the continuation of previous plot developments. Steve - quite rightly - becomes increasingly concerned at how his resurrection (a plot devise I've never much liked) is negatively affecting Claudia. And Artie is becoming increasingly frantic about artifacts missing from the warehouse - artifacts he placed there. Meanwhile, Mrs. Frederic calls Claudia to a meeting where she begins Claudia's "how to be a Regent" training. Pete and Myka are investigating the seemingly miraculous recovery of an injured hockey player. It is this plot line, a "if wishes came true" story that is pretty amusing and ends with Pete telling Myka he loves her but whether it is a friendship love or romantic love is not entirely clear. Hopefully, it's the former. Pete's adolescent humor can be tiresome and annoying - especially the cruder sort - but it can also be amusing and even down right funny. Pete's describing himself as Myka's "sassy friend" is a hoot. In the Mrs. F/Claudia storyline we learn that artifacts can be associated with ordinary people and not just scientists, writers or mythological characters. That's OK once in a while but hopefully the writers won't get so lazy and unimaginative as to regularly rely on "ordinary" artifacts. One of the fun things about this show are the references to scientists, writers and other actual characters even though their connection to artifacts is hooey - it's imaginative hooey. A solid episode filled with impending doom and humor.

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