Warehouse 13 (2009–2014)
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Pete and Myka hunt for a lethal artifact but it finds Pete first. As Pete prepares to sacrifice himself as did the first Warehouse agent who recovered it, Myka searches for a way to save him, if she can find him.

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Pete Lattimer
... Myka Bering
... Artie Nielsen
... Leena (credit only)
... Daniel Dickenson (credit only)
... Claudia Donovan
... Rebecca St. Clair
... Captain Powell
David Carty ... Reggie Hinton (as David 'Jelleestone' Carty)
... Donny
... Beebo (as Mateo Morales)
... Sarah (Ex-Wife)
Harrison Coe ... Vince (Ex-Husband)
Roop Gill ... City Engineer
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Pete and Myka hunt for a lethal artifact but it finds Pete first. As Pete prepares to sacrifice himself as did the first Warehouse agent who recovered it, Myka searches for a way to save him, if she can find him.

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Goofs

In the exterior shot of the "St. Louis" police station, when Myka is going into the building, we pan across a view of the skyline in the background, in which the CN Tower in Toronto is clearly visible in the left background. St. Louis has no similar building. See more »

Quotes

Artie Nielsen: It's the words under this drawing, and loosely translated, it says: "The spine requires a lifetime commitment".
Pete Lattimer: Oh, yeah, man, I had a girlfriend like that once.
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References Ripley's Believe It or Not! (1981) See more »

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Warehouse 13 End Credits
Written by Edward Rogers
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Electric
15 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

Pete and Myka are on the trail of an ancient Turkish artifact that turns people into killing machines. The artifact as such is a copy of the old Tingler (with Vincent Price), with the idea being much the same. It is a large insect-like creature that attaches itself to the spinal column and takes over the person. Back at the lab, Artie's new assistant Claudia is beginning to pull Artie into the 21st century, starting by reworking an old holographic projector into a much improved digital device. The truth is, "The Tingler" (from 1957) was a lot scarier than this episode, as every episode of WAREHOUSE 13 constantly pulls its punches in order to be kid-friendly -- just like EUREKA. Again I say, this is no X-FILES, which never pulled its punches even when it probably should have. As a sort of "Family Channel" version of THE X-FILES, this show sometimes works. But as an adult show, it doesn't. Character development can be enough for some shows. Here, we need something more visceral. Otherwise, I feel like I'm watching one of those after-school Halloween TV specials the networks crank out every few years.


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