Season summary[edit | edit source]
Cast[edit | edit source]
Main Cast[edit | edit source]
- Eddie McClintock as Peter Lattimer (12 episodes)
- Joanne Kelly as Myka Bering (12 episodes)
- Saul Rubinek as Arthur Nielsen (12 episodes)
- Genelle Williams as Leena (8 episodes)
- Simon Reynolds as Daniel Dickinson (3 episodes)
Recurring Cast[edit | edit source]
- Allison Scagliotti as Claudia Donovan (8 episodes)
- CCH Pounder as Mrs. Irene Frederic (6 episodes)
- Roger Rees as James MacPherson (3 episodes)
Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
- Gabriel Hogan as Sam Martino (2 episodes)
- Tricia Helfer as Bonnie Belski ("Resonance")
- Joe Flanigan as Jeff Weaver ("Elements")
- Joe Morton as Reverend John Hill ("Regrets")
- Mark A. Shepperd as Benedict Valda ("Breakdown")
- Michael Hogan as Warren Bering ("Nevermore")
- Susan Hogan as Jeannie Bering ("Nevermore")
Episode List[edit | edit source]
|Pilot||Writer: Brent Mote, Jane Espenson, David Simkins||Director: Jace Alexander||July 7, 2009||#1|
|Two Secret Service agents end up in the top-secret Warehouse 13. They are sent to Iowa to investigate a possible artifact belonging to a college student, who went berserk and assaulted his girlfriend while chanting an Italian incantation.
|Resonance||Writer: David Simkins||Director: Vincent Misiano||July 14, 2009||#2|
|Pete and Myka are after a team of bank robbers who have a distinctive weapon. Meanwhile, Artie examines the security breach at the Warehouse.
|Magnetism||Writer: Jack Kenny||Director: Jace Alexander||July 21, 2009||#3|
|Pete and Myka are sent to investigate a town where the inhabitants' minds are being altered making them act as they please. Meanwhile, Artie is confused by the energy flows going on in the Warehouse, caused by Mr. Knock-Knock.
|Claudia||Writer: Drew Z. Greenberg||Director: Stephen Surjik||July 28, 2009||#4|
|The Warehouse's hacker kidnaps Artie and insists that he help her recover her brother... who was lost in an artifact-related experiment 12 years ago but was assumed to be dead.
|Elements||Writer: Jack Kenny & David Simkins||Director: Ken Girotti||August 4, 2009||#5|
|The theft of a sculpture leads Myka and Pete to a sacred Indian cave holding an ancient secret of creation... and destruction.
|Burnout||Writer: Matthew Federman & Stephen Scaia||Director: Constantine Makris||August 11, 2009||#6|
|Pete and Myka take on a previous agent's assignment after the man's corpse turns up in the basement of a St. Louis police station.
|Implosion||Writer: Bob Goodman||Director: Vincent Misiano||August 18, 2009||#7|
|On the trail of a samurai sword artifact gifted to the President, the agents encounter a rival artifact-seeker.
|Duped||Writer: Deric A. Hughes & Benjamin Raab||Director: Michael W. Watkins||August 25, 2009||#8|
|Pete goes to Las Vegas with Myka to recover an artifact from a couple of gamblers, unaware that the real Myka is trapped in a mirror at the Warehouse.
|Regrets||Writer: Tamara Becher||Director: Michael W. Watkins||September 1, 2009||#9|
|While Pete and Myka investigate a series of artifact-related suicides at a Florida prison, Claudia uses an artifact at the Warehouse.
|Breakdown||Writer: Michael P. Fox & Ian Stokes||Director: Eric Laneuville||September 8, 2009||#10|
|While Pete, Myka, and Claudia are trapped in the Warehouse, Artie is forced to answer to his superiors.
|Nevermore||Writer: David Simkins||Director: Tawnia McKiernan||September 15, 2009||#11|
|Myka travels home to see her dying father only to discover that he's the victim of an artifact.
|MacPherson||Writer: Jack Kenny||Director: Stephen Surjik||September 22, 2009||#12|
|MacPherson engages in a scheme to secretly sell off Warehouse artifacts, leaving a trail of clues that lead Artie, Pete, and Myka directly to him.
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