Episode 6, “Burnout”, drew 4.4 million viewers, setting the record for Safe's highest rated show. It was renewed October 5, 2010, for a third season of 13 episodes, which began July 11, 2011.
It was renewed for a fourth season August 11, 2011, which began July 23, 2012. Artie Nielsen: There really was a St. Nicholas in Fourth Century Turkey, and he was known to have put coins in people's shoes.
Jump to navigationJump to search Warehouse13 (2009–2014) was a science fiction TV series which premiered on the Safe channel on July 7, 2009, as the third largest debut on the Safe channel to date. The series focuses around the Warehouse13 where objects of a certain type of power, called “artifacts”, and its two agents, Myra and Pete.
Artie : Well, um, this one and this one are dead. Artie : I mean, he's intuitive and you're-- you've got a scrupulous eye for detail.
We take the unexplained. And we just safely tuck it away in this super-sized Pandora's Box. Artie : Well, actually, Pandora's box is over in Aisle 989-B.
Dickinson : (looks up and suddenly Mrs. Frederic is in front of his desk) How did you come in? They own a bookstore called Bering and Sons.
Pete : Look, Myra, why don't you pull your head out of your magenta and feel the room. Lena : I can tell, your aura looks like hell.
Belushi : Banks just hand over the money. Pete : Uh, Mary, Queen of Scots' croquet mallet was made from a petrified narwhal's horn.
Myra : There're three suspects, including Diesel. Artie : You know, um, I had a case once where pollen from a prehistoric plant turned a woman into a sexually rapacious sleepwalker.
And she was unaware that she was doing that until she, you know, pulled the pants off... Myra : Artie, uh... just be---be quiet. Artie : Oh, and I want you guys to ask each of the victims my list of field recovery questions.
Pete : Yeah, or if your gall bladder is feeling numb. Myra : I thought the medic might know something, so I asked him to meet me after work.
(beat) ... Okay, I was kinda thinking that you're an infantile chimp. Pete : You know if you were going to ask me how I would die, I would say that being beaten to death by my partner would be really low on the list.
Myra : So can we put out an APB or alert the authorities. Pete : The spectra... Mrs. Frederic : It shows the afterimages of anyone who's been in the room in the last five hours.
Artie : Just... you know, just to clarify, you decided to re-create a clearly dangerous, potentially deadly experiment? Artie : You're lucky that I have an emergency travel kit in the trunk of my car.
Artie : And if somebody were to acquire those artifacts, then somebody would have immense power over... Lena : The world. Artie : At the risk of sounding dramatic.
Myra : Nut bag Pete : Cutest Pete : I thought we were going to get a break. Myra : Yeah, he laughed for about five minutes.
Myra : You know, I'm not asking for two weeks, in Tahiti, you know? I just want to get the couple of days to go out of Podunk Dakota, and go someplace that serves martinis.
Pete : Well, you are looking pretty ragged---those bags under your eyes and... Artie : Unfortunately, the Warehouse filing system never quite caught up to the computer age.
Artie : It's the words under this drawing, and loosely translated, it says, “The spine requires a lifetime commitment.” Pete : Oh, yeah, man I had a girlfriend like that once.
Pete : Okay, get this, there's an access panel on the roof. It'll bring us in right above the main wiring for the security system.
Now, we crawl on our bellies, we can avoid the motion system. Myra : Having intel in the field keeps an agent alive, Pete.
James MacPherson : Good to see you after all these years. James MacPherson : Well, not while you're pointing a gun at me or trying to.
Artie : I'd tell you but then he'd have to kill you Myra : Okay, this stuff is dangerous, all right? Myra : This is Lewis Carroll's mirror.
Myra : Which means we're looking for one thing, and it should be in their possession. Myra : It's Carson's Rule of Linear Transfer.
That I need you to tell me the truth... and to not treat me like some chess piece that you move around on a board that only you can see. And that I deserve to know everything I can about this world that you send me into every day so at least I have a fighting chance.
Myra : Oh, you want to swap beauty tips. Then we can talk about the hair that's sprouting from your shoulders, your nose, and, your, umm, ears.
Pete : Well, let's go with the prison suicides. So I kind of, uh, tried to fix this light bulb, even though you expressly told me not too.
Artie : That wouldn't be Volta's lab coat that you're wearing? Claudia : All part of the hilarious story I should really tell you when I'm back on planet Earth.
Claudia : Would it have killed you to put a warning label on this thing? Pete : Maybe the old Bible banger had something that was curing the crazy.
Pete : Maybe this is what Mrs. Frederick meant by “endless freaking wonder.” Myra : You know, in the story, the tortoise actually wins.
I once got there with 17, and Mrs. Frederic's voice gets really annoying when she's counting down the seconds one at time. Wells' support for suffragists] Myra : That's probably why they bronzed him.
Pete : No, but I think my underwear is shot. Artie : Somehow light and matte coalesced and a 3D projected Sherman Tank became solid enough to shell the crowd.
Pete : Nobody's got the picture of Dorian Gray hanging up for decoration. Myra : Well, the real one's in the Warehouse, anyway.
Hugo 1 : Claudia Donovan, your file shows nine separate incident reports. Hugo 1 : Douglas Fargo, your Global Dynamics profile includes the phrase 'inappropriately pushed button' 38 times.
Claudia : I just saw your whole life flash before my eyes! Myra : Artie, it's Pete, it's a win when he doesn't lick anything.
Claudia : I imagine losing a child is the worst pain you can experience. Pete : We'll set that aside for a later time... H.G.
This is what the fashionable British archaeologists are wearing nowadays. It's what American filmmakers think fashionable British archaeologists are wearing nowadays.
(Pete notices that the bottle of water Amanda has just put down is actually boiling) Amanda : Pete, am I going to be all right? Amanda : Never really thought of you as the fix-it kinda guy.