History Series / Warehouse13

4th Apr '18 2:54:43 AM pvsage
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* BusbyBerkeleyNumber: The original marquee from the Strand theater which, when triggered, produces a several chorus lines of tapdancing showgirls and compels anyone in the vicinity to dance along to "42nd Street" until they die from exhaustion. Appropriately, Artie uses Busby Berkeley's drinking flask and the original pan from Tin Pan Alley to deactivate the artifact.

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* BusbyBerkeleyNumber: The original marquee from the Strand theater which, theater, when triggered, produces a several chorus lines of tapdancing showgirls and compels anyone in the vicinity to dance along to "42nd Street" until they die from exhaustion. Appropriately, Artie uses Busby Berkeley's drinking flask and the original pan from Tin Pan Alley to deactivate the artifact.
4th Apr '18 2:52:12 AM pvsage
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* BusbyBerkeleyNumber: The original marquee from the Strand theater which, when triggered, produces a several chorus lines of tapdancing showgirls and compels anyone in the vicinity to dance along to "42nd Street" until they die from exhaustion. Appropriately, Artie uses Busby Berkeley's drinking flask and the original pan from Tin Pan Alley to deactivate the artifact.
30th Mar '18 9:49:32 AM Fichistas1952
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* ImColdSoCold: This is the sign of the artifact of season 3's "Insatiable" affecting someone. Other side effects include an insatiable hunger and eventual death from hypothermia.
3rd Mar '18 7:22:49 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** By the time season 4 starts, everyone is painfully aware that the usage of artifacts often have dire consequences. One of the first questions Myka asks Artie regarding [=MacPherson=]'s watch is "What's the downside?" Only [[spoiler:Artie]] finds out exactly what it is.



* ManIFeelLikeAWoman: In "Merge With Caution", Pete and Myka are hit by a FreakyFridayFlip, so he takes the opportunity. GenreSavvy Myka immediately calls him on it when they phone each other.

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* ManIFeelLikeAWoman: In "Merge With Caution", Pete and Myka are hit by a FreakyFridayFlip, so he takes the opportunity. GenreSavvy Myka immediately calls him on it when they phone each other.
6th Feb '18 9:27:44 AM sprspike
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** [[spoiler: In "Endless Terror", the transitions reflect the events of the episode, where they are similar to the normal transitions but are stylized after Warehouse 9 and the Alternate Timeline Warehouse 13.]]
29th Dec '17 11:45:24 PM pvsage
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* AlwaysCamp: Fashion designer Damian in "Age Before Beauty" embraces all of the gay fashionista stereotypes.
-->'''Pete:''' It's like a game of gay {{TabletopGame/Clue}}.
29th Dec '17 9:31:04 PM pvsage
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** Subverted in "Around the Bend". Artie tries to break the thrall of a sound-and-rhythm-based artifact on Pete with Tito Puente's original studio master of "Oye Como Va" and fails.
26th Oct '17 11:38:55 PM pvsage
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* BelievingTheirOwnLies: Artie and the Regents frequently claim that "We never use artifacts; there's always a downside." For the most part, they believe this... except they use artifacts quite frequently, several have no known downside, and some of them are used simply for MundaneUtility. For example, Claudia uses a snow globe from the 1893 World's Fair to chill her sodas and Ben Franklin's ring as a flashlight.
8th Oct '17 2:08:14 PM nombretomado
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** At one point, Claudia tells Jinks [[RuPaulsDragRace "Chante, you stay!"]]

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** At one point, Claudia tells Jinks [[RuPaulsDragRace [[Series/RuPaulsDragRace "Chante, you stay!"]]
17th Sep '17 1:02:45 AM Doug86
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** It seems, as of season 2, that all of the Regents can do this. [[MarkSheppard Valda]] certainly can. Called attention to in that Taka, a non-regent agent seen in "Beyond Our Control", is shown walking into the very same room that [[MarkSheppard Valda]] just teleported into.

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** It seems, as of season 2, that all of the Regents can do this. [[MarkSheppard [[Creator/MarkSheppard Valda]] certainly can. Called attention to in that Taka, a non-regent agent seen in "Beyond Our Control", is shown walking into the very same room that [[MarkSheppard Valda]] Valda just teleported into.



* SomeoneHasToDie: [[MarkSheppard Valda]] sacrifices himself to fulfill this trope in "Buried".

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* SomeoneHasToDie: [[MarkSheppard [[Creator/MarkSheppard Valda]] sacrifices himself to fulfill this trope in "Buried".
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