History Series / Warehouse13

24th Sep '16 10:23:08 AM nombretomado
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** As do BruceLee's punching bag, JackKirby's belt, [[Literature/TheBible Samson's]] Jawbone and Babe Ruth's baseball bat; all mentioned in the same episode.

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** As do BruceLee's Creator/BruceLee's punching bag, JackKirby's Creator/JackKirby's belt, [[Literature/TheBible Samson's]] Jawbone and Babe Ruth's baseball bat; all mentioned in the same episode.
4th Aug '16 10:07:59 PM DisKorruptd
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* OminousMultipleScreens: In Season 3 Episode 3, [[spoiler:Love Sick]] an ex-worker for computer store "Tiger Electronics" broke through the system and communicated with the workers and customers, [[spoiler:unknowingly infecting them with the computer virus he used to gain access to unknowing user's webcams, via [[http://warehouse13.wikia.com/wiki/Judah_Loew_ben_Belazel%27s_Amulet Judah Loew ben Belazel's Amulet]].]]
3rd Aug '16 9:43:05 PM Eagal
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* BuryYourGays: [[spoiler:Steve Jinks]] and [[spoiler:bisexual H. G. Wells]] in the season 3 finale.
** [[spoiler:Both are revived thanks to DeathIsCheap and ResetButton, respectively.]]
29th Jul '16 3:49:10 PM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Each BigBad has this in abundance. It doesn't help that the majority of them are [[spoiler: former Warehouse agents]].
10th Jun '16 12:36:13 AM Eagal
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* CantLiveWithoutYou:
** The Warehouse needs to have a caretaker to link to, which keeps it alive. This may also work in reverse, but it's not clear. At the very least, the implication is that Mrs. Frederic, the caretaker of Warehouse 13, has lived as long as she has thanks to the bond. [[spoiler:Proven to be true in the season 3 finale; when the Warehouse goes up in flames, she dies ''and decays'' on the spot]].
** The metronome keeps the user alive so long as it's kept in motion, and if shut off kills the revived person in under a minute, as first seen in the season 3 finale. As [[spoiler:Steve]] discovers when it's used on him, it also affects the person who performed the revival.



* CantLiveWithoutYou:
** The Warehouse needs to have a caretaker to link to, which keeps it alive. This may also work in reverse, but it's not clear. At the very least, the implication is that Mrs. Frederic, the caretaker of Warehouse 13, has lived as long as she has thanks to the bond. [[spoiler:Proven to be true in the season 3 finale; when the Warehouse goes up in flames, she dies ''and decays'' on the spot]].
** The metronome keeps the user alive so long as it's kept in motion, and if shut off kills the revived person in under a minute, as first seen in the season 3 finale. As [[spoiler:Steve]] discovers when it's used on him, it also affects the person who performed the revival.



** CampGay: When he's hit with a LiteralSplitPersonality artifact in "Savage Seduction", his other half is sassy gay Jinks.
10th Jun '16 12:35:12 AM Eagal
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* ApatheticCitizens[=/=]AssholeVictim: The killer in "An Evil Within" targets people who refused to help his wife after she was trampled during a basketball game riot. The cameras show his specific targets playing a part in him being unable to help her.

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* ApatheticCitizens[=/=]AssholeVictim: ApatheticCitizens: The killer in "An Evil Within" targets people who refused to help his wife after she was trampled during a basketball game riot. The cameras show his specific targets playing a part in him being unable to help her.



* ArchEnemy: It's implied that UsefulNotes/NikolaTesla and UsefulNotes/ThomasEdison were this. It ''is'' [[TruthInTelevision true that they were professional rivals]] but...

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* ArchEnemy: It's implied stated that UsefulNotes/NikolaTesla and UsefulNotes/ThomasEdison were this. It ''is'' [[TruthInTelevision true that they were professional rivals]] but...rivals]].
19th May '16 5:47:36 PM erforce
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** Warehouse 13 has a purple goo that neutralizes objects with paranormal powers and gives people giddy feelings if they touch it. In ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}} 2'', the team finds a river of pink goo that imbues objects with paranormal powers and gives people angry feelings if they touch it.

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** Warehouse 13 has a purple goo that neutralizes objects with paranormal powers and gives people giddy feelings if they touch it. In ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}} 2'', ''Film/GhostbustersII'', the team finds a river of pink goo that imbues objects with paranormal powers and gives people angry feelings if they touch it.
13th May '16 11:05:28 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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->''"If a radio landed in the hands of ThomasJefferson, do you know what Jefferson would do? He would just lock it up, until he figured out it wasn't going to kill him. And that's exactly what we do here: take the unexplained, and safely tuck it away."''

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->''"If a radio landed in the hands of ThomasJefferson, UsefulNotes/ThomasJefferson, do you know what Jefferson would do? He would just lock it up, until he figured out it wasn't going to kill him. And that's exactly what we do here: take the unexplained, and safely tuck it away."''
11th May '16 3:23:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* KnightTemplar: Brother Adrian, and by extension the whole Brotherhood, who are absolutely convinced of the righteousness of their actions. And for bonus points, they apparently started out as an offshoot of the [[TheKnightsTemplar actual Templars]].

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* KnightTemplar: Brother Adrian, and by extension the whole Brotherhood, who are absolutely convinced of the righteousness of their actions. And for bonus points, they apparently started out as an offshoot of the [[TheKnightsTemplar [[UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar actual Templars]].
2nd May '16 5:19:29 AM aye_amber
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** A literal case, Chekhov's Grappling Gun: After it's given to Myka in "For the Team", she uses it in the season 3 episode "The 40th Floor" to [[spoiler: save her, Artie, and three Regents from a sabotaged elevator]].

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** A literal case, Chekhov's Grappling Gun: After it's given to Myka in "For the Team", she uses it in the season 3 episode "The 40th Floor" to [[spoiler: save her, Artie, and three Regents from a sabotaged elevator]].elevator.]]



* EngagingConversation: In "13.1", Claudia, to Fargo, after they combine a Series/{{Eureka}}-tech laser cutting torch with an [[AmplifierArtifact Amplifier]] [[IncrediblyLamePun Artifact]] to make a [[StarWars lightsaber]] and use it to destroy some MechaMooks.

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* EngagingConversation: In "13.1", Claudia, to Fargo, after they combine a Series/{{Eureka}}-tech laser cutting torch with an [[AmplifierArtifact Amplifier]] [[IncrediblyLamePun [[{{Pun}} Artifact]] to make a [[StarWars [[Franchise/StarWars lightsaber]] and use it to destroy some MechaMooks.



* StraightGay: Agent Jinks. His sexual preference is so far in the background that in "Trials", Claudia initially thought they had a quiet [[UnresolvedSexualTension flirtation-thing]] going until he had to explicity spell it out for her that she was [[IncompatibleOrientation not his type.]]

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* StraightGay: Agent Jinks. His sexual preference is so far in the background that in "Trials", Claudia initially thought they had a quiet [[UnresolvedSexualTension flirtation-thing]] going until he had to explicity explictly spell it out for her that she was [[IncompatibleOrientation not his type.]]
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