After debugging Warehouse 13, Claudia determines that Walter Sykes sought the encrypted Altas 66 file and pretty much got it. Jane and Artie forbid the team to pursue this line of inquiry further, but nothing inflames the agents more than being told no. Pete leads the search into its meaning and finds it leading to the Regents' deliberate mind-wipe and release of H.G. Wells through the Janus Coin artifact. Retrieving the Janus Coin, Pete, Myka, Claudia and the hologram of H.G. herself debate the pragmatism of destroying the coin to thwart Walter Sykes' ultimate plan. As they reach a decision, they find themselves confronting a former colleague.
Did You Know?
H.G. Wells believes she is "Emily Hannah Lake" and owns a cat named "Dickens" - an obvious play on the fact that Charles Dickens and H.G. Wells are both giants in literature. Also, the letters from "Emily Hannah Lake" can be rearranged to spell out "Hail Myka n Helena" referring to "Myka" and "Helena" from the series. See more
At the very beginning, as agents search for the source of a disturbance and Myka says "The archive is safe," the statue of Zeus can be seen behind her, even though it was moved off-site in "The New Guy." See more
Jane, what's the downside to the Collodi bracelet?
If the user wears it for too long, it plants a seed of darkness in the soul and creates an insatiable longing; and, at the same time, this longing hardens the heart. The wearer can not give or receive love.
Is it possible, all those years ago, we didn't get to the boy in time?
Warehouse 13 Main Theme
Written by Edward Rogers See more