Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 20

Warehouse 13 opening titleEpisode 20: The Truth Hurts

Last episode, the team found out Paracelsus was the former Caretaker of Warehouse 9 and he’s now trying to take over Warehouse 13. Since there can be only one Caretaker, Mrs. Frederick (the current one) is slowly losing her mind as Paracelsus takes over. Continue reading “Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 20”

Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 19

Warehouse 13 opening titleEpisode 19: All the Time in the World

Last episode, Claudia’s new friend Nick betrayed her so he could get into the Warehouse and de-Bronze Paracelsus (who turned out to be his uncle). By the time Steve got to the Bronze Sector, Paracelsus and Nick were gone and Claudia had been Bronzed. Continue reading “Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 19”

Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 18

Warehouse 13 opening titleEpisode 18: Lost and Found

Last episode, Myka found out she has ovarian cancer. This one starts with her doing research online about treatment options. Pete comes out (he’s ready for his 3 AM sandwich, even though it’s only 1 AM) and notices something’s wrong with Myka. Continue reading “Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 18”

Warehouse 13: Season 4, Episode 17

Warehouse 13 opening titleEpisode 17: What Matters Most

This one starts in a gated community (in Marlon, Ohio), which looks straight out of Pleasantville. A guy named Chambers goes out to get his newspaper and keels over in the driveway. At the boardinghouse, Artie tells Myka (Pete is still at his annual physical) about Chambers’ death, saying he had massive internal trauma but there’s no obvious cause. Continue reading “Warehouse 13: Season 4, Episode 17”

Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 16

Warehouse 13 opening titleEpisode 16: Runaway

This one starts at Arkansas State Prison where a bunch of inmates are getting swole in the yard. Some white stuff starts falling from the sky and they think it’s snow at first, but it soon becomes clear that it’s ash. Part of the outside wall glows orange and melts away; naturally, all the cons run toward the breach but they quickly change direction when molten lava pours through the hole and melts part of the cement in the yard. Continue reading “Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 16”

Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 15

Warehouse 13 opening titleEpisode 15: Instinct

This one starts at a police station in Boone, Wisconsin where a wild-looking dude (Purcell) comes running in to confess to shooting someone in a robbery gone bad. The cops are all shocked, since Purcell’s lawyer had gotten his case dismissed on a technicality, but they’re not willing to look a gift horse in the mouth. A detective named Briggs cuffs Purcell and takes his confession. Continue reading “Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 15”

Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 14

Warehouse 13 opening titleEpisode 14: The Sky’s the Limit

This one starts with Artie at the boardinghouse trying to revive some dying flowers, but not having much luck. He gives Steve and Claudia an assignment in London; jockeys have been dying right after races, all the adrenaline gone from their bodies. None of the horses were bet on heavily, so the usual motive doesn’t seem likely. Continue reading “Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 14”

Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 13

Warehouse 13 noir opening titleEpisode 13: The Big Snag

This one starts with Pete and Myka doing some housekeeping at the Warehouse. They use a jade elephant that once belonged to Vyasa (author of the Vedas) to trap random balls of electricity that course through the Warehouse aisles. Once the elephant absorbs the electricity, Pete redirects it into a Ghostbusters style backpack to contain it. Continue reading “Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 13”

Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 12

Warehouse 13 opening titleEpisode 12: Parks and Rehabilitation

This one starts with Artie in front of a tribunal of Regents, waiting to find out his punishment for using the astrolabe and killing Leena. Pete gives an impassioned defense, but the Regents had already made their minds up; since Artie wasn’t really himself when he killed Leena (and his use of the astrolabe saved the world) he won’t be punished. Continue reading “Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 12”

Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 11

Warehouse 13 opening titleEpisode 11: The Living and the Dead

Last episode, the evil side of Artie’s personality (created by his use of the astrolabe) used a rare Chinese Orchid to release a worldwide epidemic of sweating sickness, a disease that struck Europe in the Middle Ages and disappeared as quickly as it came. Claudia stabbed Artie to get rid of his evil side, but the sweating sickness plague spread rapidly over the entire planet, infecting everyone. Continue reading “Warehouse 13 Reviews: Season 4, Episode 11”