Warehouse 13 (season 4)

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Warehouse 13 (season 4)
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Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 20[1]
Original network Syfy
Original release July 23, 2012 (2012-07-23) – July 8, 2013 (2013-07-08)
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The fourth season of the American television series Warehouse 13 premiered on July 23, 2012 on Syfy.[2] The season consists of 20 episodes, and aired on Mondays; the first ten episodes aired at 9 pm, but the series moved to a 10 pm timeslot starting with the eleventh episode.[1] The show stars Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek, Allison Scagliotti, Genelle Williams and Aaron Ashmore.



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On August 11, 2011, it was announced that Warehouse 13 was renewed for a fourth season of thirteen episodes to air in 2012.[3] On January 13, 2012, Syfy extended the order by seven episodes, bringing the total to twenty episodes.[1] On May 15, 2012, Allison Scagliotti announced on Twitter that Season 4 will debut on July 23, 2012.[4] Brent Spiner and Sam Huntington are set to join season four as guest stars, with Spiner to play Brother Adrian, leader of an intensely secretive sect; and Huntington as Ethan, a jazz musician.[5] Aaron Ashmore was upgraded to a series regular in episode three "Personal Effects". For the second half of the season, Polly Walker will appear in several episodes as Charlotte Dupres.[6] In April 2013, it was announced that Anthony Head had been cast as a villain named Paracelsus, and would appear in the final three episodes of the fourth season.[7]


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Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
39 1 "A New Hope" Chris Fisher Jack Kenny July 23, 2012 (2012-07-23) 2.14[8]

The Warehouse team struggles with the horrible reality of the Warehouse's destruction and the tragic loss of Steve Jinks, Mrs. Frederic and H. G. Wells. With matters so desperate, Pete, Myka, Artie, Leena and Claudia must decide whether to knowingly use a dangerous artifact for their own personal gain—at the risk of deadly consequences. They encounter the mysterious Brotherhood of the Black Diamond while travelling to the small village of Richerenches, France.

Artifacts: Pandora's box/Pithos, Artifact Tracker Football, Ferdinand Magellan's Astrolabe, M.K. "Mahatma" Gandhi's Dhoti, House of Commons Masonry, Duarte Barbosa's Pocket Watch
40 2 "An Evil Within" Constantine Makris Holly Harold July 30, 2012 (2012-07-30) 1.67[9]

Pete and Myka are sent to Philadelphia to find an artifact that is the cause of strange hallucinations—people are fearing monsters, but when attacked, only humans are killed. Artie is searching for more information on what evil he unleashed. Claudia tempts fate as she tries to bring Steve back, with the help of someone unexpected.

Artifacts: HP Lovecraft's Silver Key, Johann Maelzel's Metronome
41 3 "Personal Effects" Andrew Seklir Ian Stokes August 6, 2012 (2012-08-06) 1.63[10]

Pete and Myka need the assistance of the rest of the team as they try to hunt down the rest of the artifacts in Walter Sykes' arsenal. They find everything they are looking for but complications arise within the team; Steve discovers a side-effect to the metronome—anything that inflicts pain on him, Claudia will feel. Artie, under the influence of Bobby Jones' Golf Clubs, accidentally mentions, in not so many words, that he saved the world, but that no one will ever know, which worries Leena, as his rage is something she has never seen before.

Artifacts: Richard E. Byrd's Smoking Pipe, Boa Vista Plantation Token, Catherine O'Leary's Cow Bell, Napoleon Bonaparte's Violin, John A. Macready's Original Pair of Ray Bans, Bobby Jones' Golf Clubs, Bird Cage, Maurice Vermersch's Waffle Iron
42 4 "There's Always a Downside" Constantine Makris Drew Z. Greenberg August 13, 2012 (2012-08-13) 1.56[11]

Pete and Claudia reunite with Hugo to find different pieces of an artifact that is affecting Hugo's nephew and his classmates. Myka and Steve investigate a case where an artifact is slowly killing a jazz player and he knows exactly what it is. In the meantime, Artie and Brother Adrian have a confrontation about the astrolabe, which reveals that Brother Adrian knows Artie has used it. After an incident with the artifact they were sent to retrieve, Steve reveals to Myka the effects of the metronome and how it affects Claudia.

Artifacts: Scott Joplin's Cigarette Case, Bobby Fischer's Bag of Marbles, Robot Matchbox, John Riley "Jack" Duncan's Spur
43 5 "No Pain, No Gain" Jay Chandrasekhar Nell Scovell August 20, 2012 (2012-08-20) 1.87[12]

Pete and Myka are sent to retrieve World War II dog tags from a woman who is using them to wish away a hockey player's injuries so he might have a successful season. The drawback: while near them, Pete wishes Myka to be nine-months pregnant and it happens. Meanwhile, Artie and Jinks attempt to prevent The Brotherhood from stealing artifacts from the warehouse, artifacts that had once been collected by Artie himself — Brother Adrian's way of "undoing Artie's life work". Steve reveals to Artie the effects of the metronome, and his connection to Claudia. After finding the stolen artifacts, however, they realize that not all of the artifacts stolen are still there. Mrs. Frederic tutors Claudia about the warehouse and its artifacts — how they are created and that not all of them may be dangerous. Finally, Mrs. Frederic visits her elderly grandson in a nursing home.

Artifacts: Pinwheel, Emperor Jimmu's Feather, Bracelet, Primo Levi's Scarf, Bataan Death March Dogtags, Hatfield and McCoy Rifles
44 6 "Fractures" Chris Fisher Benjamin Raab & Deric A. Hughes August 27, 2012 (2012-08-27) 1.87[13]

Pete and Myka are sent to discover the cause of a young woman's descent into madness; they eventually discover Lewis Carroll's Mirror has been placed into the world again, and been smashed—but not before Alice jumped into the body of the woman they encountered in the hospital. Racing to find her, the agents discover she is holding a shard of the mirror to body-jump, and that she could be anyone. Artie and Dr. Vanessa go on a date, but the evening is cut short upon hearing the news of Alice's escape, and her need for revenge on Artie. Claudia discovers the down-side to her involvement in using Johann Maelzel's Metronome to bring Steve back. Artie decides to end his relationship with Dr. Vanessa, but she tells him she will wait for him. Back at the Warehouse, Artie rants angrily in the Dark Vault to the Brotherhood, whom he thinks are watching. Unknown to him, it was Leena who heard him.

Artifacts: Lewis Carroll's Mirror, Abul-Fath Gilani's Hookah, Shard from Lewis Carroll's Mirror, King George III's Crown, Spartacus' Retiarius, Dorothy's Ruby Slippers
45 7 "Endless Wonder" Michael McMurray Bob Goodman September 10, 2012 (2012-09-10) 1.66[14]

Steve and Claudia discover part of Artie's secret, and help him track down Brother Adrian to an abandoned house. It turns out the house was a trap, but they manage to escape and recover the artifact. Meanwhile, a powerful medical company executive has created a (seemingly) new artifact-related drug with the ability to increase people's height. Myka and Pete must try and stop it before all the victims stretch to the point of tearing apart. Peter has a one-night stand with Deb Stanley, an executive from the medical company who deduces the existence of the artifacts and tells her boss, who in turn pressures a senator and forces the intervention of the Regents. Deb is told the truth, thanks to Pete's good feelings about her, she helps mislead her boss and she's offered the possibility to become a Regent in the future. In the end, H. G. Wells returns, deduces Artie's secret and confronts him about it, telling him that she informed Mrs. Frederic.

Artifacts: Rod of Asclepius, Bowl forged from the ruins of the Colossus of Rhodes, Invincibility Raincoat, The Threshold of Limentinus, Gold Spike from the Transcontinental Railroad, Harriet Tubman's Thimble, Mary Mallon's Butcher Knife
46 8 "Second Chance" Constantine Makris Diego Gutierrez September 17, 2012 (2012-09-17) 1.32[15]

Pete and Myka are sent to Dalton, West Virginia when a man begins to rust. They discover a boxer and steel worker, Cody Bell, who has shrapnel from an artifact lodged in his chest from his time in the Marines. After saving his father from death, the shrapnel has been activated. Claudia and Steve visit Steve's home to release him from the Metronome, and Steve is finally released with his mother's help. Artie, Leena, H.G. and Mrs. Frederic work together to find ways to stop Brother Adrian.

Artifacts: Spartan Armor Shrapnel, Johann Maelzel's Metronome, Ferdinand Magellan's Astrolabe
47 9 "The Ones You Love" Howie Deutch Nell Scovell September 24, 2012 (2012-09-24) 1.49[16]

The people that are dearest to Claudia, Pete and Myka are in danger from artifacts sent to them by Brother Adrian. While they rescue their family, Steve and Mrs. Frederic go to the Vatican. They discover that the brotherhood has a dark secret. They also discover the Brother Adrian attacking the Warehouse is a figment of Artie's imagination and that he is having a psychotic break. The nature of the evil that Artie has created is revealed as himself—the astrolabe has caused Artie to suffer a mental breakdown that has caused him to hallucinate a malevolent apparition of Brother Adrian that "steals" artifacts and unleashes them on his loved ones. In reality it has been Artie that has been stealing the artifacts and unleashing them while in his Brother Adrian "persona". Leena is killed while trying to help him.

Artifacts: Thomas Jeffries' Boomerang, Mehmed II.'s Silken Cord, Ignacy Hryniewiecki's Tattoo Box, Pliny The Elder's Amber Scroll, Rembrandt van Rijn's Painting Frame, D. B. Cooper's Ripcord
48 10 "We All Fall Down" Chris Fisher Holly Harold October 1, 2012 (2012-10-01) 1.62[17]

Mrs. Frederic and Steve are in the Vatican with Brother Adrian, looking for a possibility to free Artie from the effects of the astrolabe. While doing so, they find a precise description what the Astrolabe is actually doing to him: It has split Artie's personality and the dark side of this personality slowly erases the good side. Meanwhile at the Warehouse, the team finds H. G Wells' research on the dagger from Artie's vision. They find out that Artie wants to use the dagger to break the container of the chinese orchid, which would release a deadly disease—the English Sweating sickness—into the world. While Pete and Myka go to Prague to retrieve the dagger, Steve and Claudia go to Berlin looking for the orchid. Meanwhile Mrs. Frederic goes to the Budapest Airport and she finds the security guards tied up and gagged and Artie is gone. Artie forestalls Pete and Myka by using Isaac Parker's noose and goes after the orchid himself, which was not in Berlin. The team rushes after Artie to foil his plans and bring him to his senses, but fail. Artie releases the orchid whereupon his vision of the dagger comes true.

Artifacts: The Chinese Orchid, Isaac Parker's noose, Yogiraj Bengali's Snake Basket, Barometer from the USS Eldridge, Supersonic Cymbals, Francesco Borgia's Dagger, Glassblowing Tube
49 11 "The Living and the Dead" Millicent Shelton Drew Z. Greenberg April 29, 2013 (2013-04-29) 1.51[18]

Mrs. Frederic, Pete and Myka look for an artifact that can bring The Chinese Orchid back to life and stop the "sweating sickness" pandemic overtaking the world. They read about the Count of St. Germain who was able to bring withering flowers back to life. They track down a professor at Columbia University (James Marsters) who is the foremost expert on the Count and enlist his help in recovering the ring from the Catacombs of Paris. Artie has retreated into his own mind, not wanting to come out of his coma and face the memory and act of killing Leena. Jane Lattimer uses Sigmund Freud's desk clock to link Claudia and Steve with Artie's subconscious. Inside, they see that his mind is shutting down. Artie uses representations of Dr. Vanessa Calder and James MacPherson to get the pair out of his mind. Claudia eventually rescues Artie and brings him back from his coma. The professor turns out to be the Count himself, now 519 years old. As Pete and Myka grab the ring from the tomb, the Count steals a diamond, triggering booby traps set by Marie Antoinette. A poison dart supposedly stabs the Count and kills him. Pete and Myka put the ring on the dead orchid and bring it back to life, and thus stop the sweating sickness. Back in the tomb Charlotte Dupres claims that the professor is her husband of many centuries and realizes that the entire 'poison dart death scene' was a fake, one of many she ascribes to the Count who she seems to know very well.

Artifacts: The Chinese Orchid, biggest diamond from Marie Antoinette's infamous necklace, Count of St. Germain's ring, Sigmund Freud's desk clock

Note: Despite the original air date of this episode being April 29, 2013 (2013-04-29), the episode was available as a "sneak peek" to users of Time Warner Cable's "On Demand" service and on Syfy.com from April 16, 2013 (2013-04-16).
50 12 "Parks and Rehabilitation" Larry Teng Ian Stokes May 6, 2013 (2013-05-06) 1.28[19]

The Regents forgive Artie and give him Leena's video statement. Pete and Claudia travel to Cowan National Forest when a well-dressed business man has been found buried vertically in the forest. Meanwhile, back at the Warehouse, Myka and Steve are trying to keep an eye on Artie who is trying to work his way through a list of Leena's duties, including placing new artifacts.

Artifacts: Norge's Porthole, Da Vinci's Gargoyle, Courrières Mine Miner's Lantern
51 13 "The Big Snag" Chris Fisher John-Paul Nickel May 13, 2013 (2013-05-13) 1.27[20]

In a partly black and white episode, Pete and Myka are trapped in an unfinished 1940's hard-boiled detective novel and find more than they bargained for. Meanwhile, Steve, Claudia, and Artie search for a thief who is stealing classic cars from locked rooms—by driving them through solid walls.

Artifacts: Vyasa's Elephant, Anthony Bishop's Manuscript, Carey Loftin's Gloves
52 14 "The Sky's the Limit" Jack Kenny Michael Jones-Morales May 20, 2013 (2013-05-20) 1.08[21]

Mrs. Fredric introduces Artie to the new B&B Manager, Abigail, a former psychotherapist who helps Artie deal with his grief over killing Leena. Pete and Myka head to Las Vegas to check out glowing orange bodies falling from the sky and get caught in a feud between two show magicians. Meanwhile Claudia and Steve are on their way to London to investigate a few long-shot horses putting their jockeys into comas after one in a million wins. While there, Claudia encounters Charlotte Dupres, who appears to have her own agenda.

Artifacts: King Kamehameha's Hawaiian Lei, Julia Child's Apron, the Original Ginsu Knife, St. Joseph of Cupertino's Medal, Pancho Villa's Boots, Sitting Bull's Riding Blanket, Harry Blackstone, Sr.'s Light Bulb
53 15 "Instinct" Jennifer Lynch Bob Goodman June 3, 2013 (2013-06-03) 1.36[22]

Pete and Myka reunite with H. G. Wells when she calls them for help in finding an artifact the likes of which even she has never seen. While Pete and Myka are busy, Artie, Abigail, Claudia and Steve try to find out what is causing the warehouse to have tremors, but taking care of the problem will be impossible until Claudia can understand why the warehouse keeps zapping her.

Artifacts: Spike from the Transcontinental Railway, Roy Fransen's Diving Platform, Pachycrocuta Jawbone, Frequency Interfering Surveillance Holograph (FISH), Goozooka
54 16 "Runaway" Matthew Hastings Ian D. Maddox & Marque Franklin June 10, 2013 (2013-06-10) 1.66[23]

Pete, Myka and Steve head to the scene of a recent prison break where they discover the outer wall was melted clean through by what appears to be molten lava. Steve also discovers that the US Marshal who is involved with this case is his ex. Meanwhile, Artie's plan to throw the best 21st birthday party ever for Claudia suffers a setback when he goes deaf.

Artifacts: Jerry Garcia's Black Light, Beethoven's Clock (bifurcated Artifact), Original Bouncing Ball, Pompeii Amphora
55 17 "What Matters Most" Chris Fisher Diego Gutierrez June 17, 2013 (2013-06-17) 1.36[24]

After a DA dies in his driveway, Pete and Myka must figure out what's going on at a high-class and swanky gated community where residents are being affected by a mysterious versatile supernatural artifact. Meanwhile, Artie and Claudia team up to investigate a possible artifact after Nick (Josh Blaylock), a homeless 15-year-old boy, suddenly has moments when he becomes a mathematical genius followed by having dangerous life-threatening seizures. Steve and Abigail get messy trying to fix the Warehouse internal plumbing, a situation which Steve uses to get some free therapy from Abigail. Myka receives some devastating news during the team's annual medicals.

Artifacts: Goo Storage System, Joseph Stalin's Sleepmask, Orville Wright's Aviator Goggles, Sodom and Gomorrah Salt Mask
56 18 "Lost & Found" Howie Deutch Benjamin Raab & Deric A. Hughes June 24, 2013 (2013-06-24) 1.11[25]

Artie, Myka and Pete travel to Buffalo in search of stolen artifacts belonging to Warehouse 12. En-route they encounter Charlotte Dupres, who is in search of the same thing. Teaming up they hunt for the missing treasure, only to be attacked by a mysterious smoke monster which apparently kills Charlotte and tries to kill Artie, Pete and Myka too, leading Charlotte to unveil the truth. Back in South Dakota, Claudia tries to help Nick adjust to a normal life, but things aren't quite as they seem. Steve is overwhelmed with paperwork, but begins to suspect Nick, when it becomes clear he lies about everything. Claudia and Steve finally discover the real reason behind Nick's strange behaviour, but not before Claudia inadvertently helps him unbronze an evil alchemist, and ends up bronzed herself. Meanwhile, Myka struggles to admit the truth about her illness to Pete.

Artifacts: Dan Seavey's Puzzle Box, Auguste Rodin's Sculpting Tools, Aleister Crowley's Hexagram Amulet, Franz Mesmer's Magnets, Magnum Opus Philosopher's Stone, Warehouse 12 Artifact collection
57 19 "All the Time in the World" Chris Fisher Holly Harold July 1, 2013 (2013-07-01) 1.42[26]

Pete, Myka and Charlotte head to Luxembourg on the trail of Paracelsus and Nick, who have stolen the artifact which operates Warehouse 13's Bronzer, so they can debronze Claudia. While there, they encounter Charlotte's husband, the Count of St. Germain. They finally catch up with Paracelsus in Istanbul, but his evil plan means disaster for Charlotte, and he escapes. Meanwhile, Steve, Artie and Mrs Frederic try to work out what is going wrong at the Warehouse before Claudia crumbles to pieces. Unfortunately for Artie and Steve the problem also seems to affect Mrs Frederic too.

Artifacts: Mesopotamian Bronze Stele, Folsom State Prison Ball and Chain, Barry Seal's Aircraft Radio, Binnacle from USS Squalus
58 20 "The Truth Hurts" Jack Kenny Drew Z. Greenberg July 8, 2013 (2013-07-08) 1.42[27]

The team continues their attempt to capture Paracelsus. The Count attempts to bond with his son, Nick, following the death of Charlotte, leading to him risking his own life too. Myka and Pete head to San Francisco on the trail of Paracelsus, and discover he has cured several cancer patients, putting Myka in a difficult position with regards to her illness. However, it turns out to be a double bluff and they arrive too late to stop him achieving immortality. Myka faces surgery after developing pains from the spread of her cancer. Steve learns that Artie has been hiding life-changing information from the rest of the team, in particular Claudia, and forces him to reveal the truth. With everything on the line, Claudia makes a risky move to save the Warehouse, but not before Mrs Frederic has to give up her connection to the Warehouse.

Artifacts: John Logie Baird's Scanning Disk, Lizzie Hitchcock's Petrified Wood Tower, Egyptian Pharaoh's Copper Bowl, Philosopher's Stone.


  1. ^ Williams was credited in the first eight episodes and has also made a special appearance in three episodes.
  2. ^ Ashmore was originally credited in the starring bill in the end credits for "An Evil Within" before he was promoted to series regular beginning with the next episode "Personal Effects".
  3. ^ Also has a starring bill credit in "A New Hope".


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General references
  • "Warehouse 13 Season 4 episodes". TV Guide. Retrieved September 16, 2012.
  • "Shows A-Z – warehouse 13 on syfy". the Futon Critic. Retrieved September 16, 2012.
  • "Warehouse 13: Episode Guide". MSN TV. Retrieved September 16, 2012.
  • "Warehouse 13: Episode Guide". Zap2it. Retrieved September 16, 2012.

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