Warehouse 13 (2009–2014)
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H. G. Wells is retrieved from stasis as a hologram to help the Warehouse team track down the ram's horn that brought down the walls of Jerico.


Chris Fisher


D. Brent Mote (created by) (as Brent Mote), Jane Espenson (created by) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eddie McClintock ... Pete Lattimer
Joanne Kelly ... Myka Bering
Saul Rubinek ... Artie Nielsen
Allison Scagliotti ... Claudia Donovan
Genelle Williams ... Leena (credit only)
Gareth David-Lloyd ... Mr. Wolcott (as Gareth David Lloyd)
Jaime Murray ... H.G. Wells
Chad Connell ... Jack
Alex Paxton-Beesley ... Rebecca St. Claire
Adrian Griffin ... Sir Eddington
Paul Amos ... Charles Wells
Martin Doyle ... Daniel Varley
Michael Kinney Michael Kinney ... Professor
William Healy ... Young Daniel Varley
Jayne Collins Jayne Collins ... Nora Varley


Twice before, pairs of Warehouse agents have sought to lay hands upon Joshua's Horn, an artifact that instantly dissolves anything before it and legendarily brought down the walls of Jerico. H.G. Wells, accompanied by Mr. Wolcott, thought they'd at least seen the last of it as it blasted off into outer space from London in 1893. Rebecca St. Claire and Jack Secord thought they saw it explode on a Greenbury, Ohio farm in 1962. Now it appears in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. People and cows continue to disappear in its wake, and Pete and Myka now have their shot at finding it, accompanied by a holographic projection of H.G. Wells as a partner. Written by statmanjeff

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Release Date:

8 August 2011 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital | DTS (5.1 surround)



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The part of the London Observatory was played by the David Dunlap Observatory in Richmond Hill, just north of Toronto. See more »


The observatory set is very obviously a modern day observatory dressed to look like it was built in Victorian England. See more »


H.G. Wells: Tell me, Wolcott, why do so many men prove to be so untrustworthy?
Mr. Wolcott: Might I suggest that it is you who brings the devil out in them?
H.G. Wells: Bravo, Wooly. At art of deduction at its very best.
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References Contact (1997) See more »


Warehouse 13 End Credits
Written by Edward Rogers
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Loved the steampunk scenes!
10 August 2011 | by ChryssalysSee all my reviews

Like many people, I watched this episode pretty much only because of the guest appearance of the amazing Gareth David-Lloyd. However, I was definitely drawn in by the storyline, especially the steampunk aspect of the scenes with HG and Wolcott, and would absolutely watch a spin-off featuring those characters.

The present-day action was not nearly as interesting to me, perhaps because I found the chemistry between the characters to be lacking, and the probability of the child maintaining the artifact for so many years without killing himself or others to be extremely low and contrived. But it was still a very enjoyable show.

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