Warehouse 13 (2009–2014)
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A prison, a new warden, and a charismatic preacher inmate who may have a artifact seems related to a string prisoner suicides accompanied by hallucinations. Pete and Myka search for the ... See full summary »

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A prison, a new warden, and a charismatic preacher inmate who may have a artifact seems related to a string prisoner suicides accompanied by hallucinations. Pete and Myka search for the artifact as an approaching tropical storm accentuates it's influence but get caught up in the mayhem. Written by David Foss

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The song that Artie composed for his dad (entitled "Nocturne for Artie's Dad") was played and composed by the actor who plays Artie, Saul Rubinek. See more »

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The hallucinations in the prison are being ramped up by the tropical storm outside; however, as soon as the quartz cross is put back on the wall towards the end, the tropical storm disappears and it's suddenly a bright, sunny day. See more »

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Pete Lattimer: [Pete pulls a notebook out of the box of inmate Donaldson] Well, love that!
Myka Bering: Ouroboros. It's a snake. It's a symbol of self-reflection and cyclicity.
Pete Lattimer: And the best Rush album since Roll The Bones. Snakes & Arrows rocks.
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Warehouse 13 Main Theme
Written by Edward Rogers
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Prison scares
5 September 2009 | by See all my reviews

Pete and Myka visit a creepy prison where suicides have dramatically increased. Trying to find an artifact that is causing these unexpected deaths proves much more difficult than usual. Meanwhile, Claudia does something extremely foolish back at the warehouse, which in fact may cause the whole place to collapse in on itself. It's up to Artie to save the day. The prison scenes are a little spooky, but nothing a mature kid couldn't handle. Naturally, a storm comes up while Pete and Myka are conducting their investigation, and the scene occasionally shifts to a long shot of a patently fake prison exterior with the storm swirling overhead. Pete and Myka both have hallucinations about dead loved ones in this episode, hence the title. Joe Morton of EUREKA guest-stars as a jailhouse minister. Last week, two folks from EUREKA, only one of whom I recognized, guest-starred. I guess we're seeing a trend here. All in all, not a bad episode.


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