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Monday, 3 October 2011

Warehouse 13 Season 3, Episode 11 Emily Lake 9:00 PM Syfy

After saving the life of an international diplomat in Washington D.C., a pair of U.S Secret Service agents are whisked away to a covert location in South Dakota that houses supernatural objects that the U.S. Government has collected over the centuries. Their new assignment: retrieve some of the missing objects and investigate reports of new ones.
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User Reviews
I want to watch more of the season before casting judgment, but "Love Sick" is a bit troubling. The main plot is solid and what you would expect from the show. Artie, Claudia, Dr. Vanessa, and Hugo Miller discover an artifact that is turning people in clay while Artie deals with the fact that Vanessa and Hugo had something going on. The stakes are pretty high and Saul Rubinek is good at the serious as well as the funny.

However, there is another plot back at the Warehouse, unattached and completely pointless. It's funny stuff, to be sure, but that's all it is, a glorified romp through the Warehouse, showing all the cool and funny things Pete and Myka could do with the artifacts. There is some mystery, as the two had bronzed Steve while under an artifact's effects, but they quickly solve the problem and we see what happened in a series of flashbacks. I'm fine with this plot, but it also took up big chunk of the episode which seemed unnecessary. Will the rest of the season follow in this way?There’s nothing too notable about the episode, but it’s entertaining and fun as expected. Pete gets a new partner, Steve Jinx (Aaron Ashmore), who can tell when people are lying. Thus far he’s a normal guy and is receptive to Pete’s personality at the end of the episode and they get along fine throughout the episode despite some tension at first. His “special ability” is being able to tell when people are lying, which should come in handy. The other big development was the return of Myka who left at the end of the last season. Pete ropes her into the case and after a eerie hologram visit from H.G., who is locked up somewhere, she decides to return.
I’m curious to see what the writers will do next. If Myka was brought back so early in the season, why is Steve there, assuming Aaron Ashmore will get a fair amount to do given his pedigree? In any case, I don’t see the immediate harm in adding him since he seemed to work well with the others.The plot this week was fairly simple and open-ended. The artifact was Shakespeare’s Lost Folio, a collection of pictures depicting deaths from Shakespeare’s plays which causes those to touch the page to experience the death. While Pete, Myka, and Steve are able to save everyone’s lives–including Steve’s–the culprit gets away and is killed by the FBI chick Pete clashed with throughout the episode. *Cue music indicating this is important* The other plot was basically pointless, filling in time and giving Artie, Claudia, and Leena something to do. The statues of Zeus and Hera discharge electricity at each other, so Artie and Claudia move Zeus far away. Exciting…
Overall, “The New Guy” was a good return for Warehouse 13, getting us back into the groove of the show and moving forward a little. I like Aaron Ashmore, so hopefully the writers can find him a place on a team which worked fine for two seasons.

Genre:Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Creators: Jane Espenson, D. Brent Mote
Stars: Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek and Eddie McClintock
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Country: USA
Language: English
Release Date: 7 July 2009 (USA)
Also Known As: Хранилище 13
Filming Locations: Dundas, Ontario, Canada

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