Warehouse 13 (2009–2014)
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Someone has stolen Lewis Carroll's Mirror from inside the Warehouse allowing the psychotic and murderous spirit of Alice Liddell to escape again. Our team must stop her killing spree before one of them ends up dead.

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Kristen / Alice
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Etoile Waitress / Alice
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Someone has stolen Lewis Carroll's Mirror from inside the Warehouse allowing the psychotic and murderous spirit of Alice Liddell to escape again. Our team must stop her killing spree before one of them ends up dead.

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The camera hanging on Lewis Carroll's mirror has a tag that reads: "Click me". In "Alice in Wonderland", Alice finds a bottle with a tag that reads: "Drink me". See more »

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References Girls Gone Wild on Campus (2000) See more »

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Warehouse 13 End Credits
Written by Edward Rogers
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Once more down the rabbit hole....
1 September 2016 | by (Monterey, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best written episodes in this series. I truly enjoyed all of the "Alice in Wonderland" references ("I must not be late "; hookahs; "We're all mad here") as well as a very elegant nod (via the Ruby Slippers) to "The Wizard of Oz". The side stories about Artie and Vanessa's romance and the psychic connection between Claudia and Jinksy were very tastefully done, nicely avoiding becoming too smaltzy. This is a bittersweet milestone for us, the cult followers of this show. Sadly, the production staff and cast were informed about this time that they would only be getting six episodes in the coming (and last) year. Having been in many musical theatre productions in past years, I can attest that finding out your closing date makes doing the remaining shows very difficult indeed. If this is your first time through, look forward to several unique "takes" coming up.


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