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Warehouse 13: The 40th Floor

Sally Stukowski and her partner make their move, attacking the Regents and using an artifact to trap them in a building and bring it down around them.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x8
Airdate: Monday August 29th, 2011

Alternate Airdates:

UK (Syfy) Sep 15, 2011

Guest Stars
Aaron AshmoreAaron Ashmore
As Steven Jinks
Faran TahirFaran Tahir
As Adwin Kosan
Kate MulgrewKate Mulgrew
As Jane
Ashley WilliamsAshley Williams
As Sally Stukowski
Sasha RoizSasha Roiz
As Marcus Diamond
CCH PounderCCH Pounder
As Mrs. Frederic

Co-Guest Stars
Paula BoudreauPaula Boudreau
As Theodora (Regent)
Noah DanbyNoah Danby
As Aquino (James Aquino)
Alex KarzisAlex Karzis
As Philip Petrov
Paul Sun-Hyung LeePaul Sun-Hyung Lee
As Bank Manager
Kevin RushtonKevin Rushton
As Guard #2
Domenico FioreDomenico Fiore
As Fire Chief (as Dom Fiore)
Main Cast
Eddie McClintockEddie McClintock
As Pete Lattimer
Joanne KellyJoanne Kelly
As Myka Bering
Saul RubinekSaul Rubinek
As Artie Nielsen
Allison ScagliottiAllison Scagliotti
As Claudia Donovan


Sally Stukowski tortures Regent Theodora Stanton for an address and then kills her using an artifact...

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Episode Quotes
Artie: Since the days of Warehouse 2, the Regents have been its protectors. Its first field agents, they were responsible for instituting the artifact collection procedures that we carry on to this day. Over time, as more and more artifacts were amassed, the Regents became not only its owners, but the keepers of its secrets. For 2,000 years, their grace, their wisdom, and their sacrifice has ensures the Warehouses' survival and security. Only now they're the ones that need protecting.

Jane: You're meant to be here, Myka. We all are.
Myka: I'm not sure I believe in destiny.
Jane: At a time when we felt the least prepared to accept the challenge, the Warehouse called upon each of us. You, Artie, me. And we answered that call. If that isn't destiny, what is?

Cultural References
Sally Stukowski: That's right, Boy Wonder.

Boy Wonder is the nickname commonly applied to Robin, Batman's sidekick at DC Comics.

Claudia: So if she's going all ten-little-indians on the Regent, shouldn't one of us be minding the reservation?

"Ten Little Indians" is a children's rhyme, but is best known as the theme of the murders in Agatha Christie's mystery novel And Then There Were None, in which ten people are trapped on an island and killed off one by one using methods similar to the Indians that die in the rhyme.

Pete: Hey, Big Brother's watching.

Big Brother is the government spy program used by George Orwell in his novel 1984.

Myka: What, was he in Die Hard?

Die Hard is a 1988 movie starring Bruce Willis as John McClane, a New York cop visiting his estranged wife in California on Christmas. Apparent terrorists take over the skyscraper that he visits, trapping him in the building and forcing him to fight back. One scene involves McClane leaping off a rooftop while using a fire hose to break his fall.

Jane: Not exactly the Butch and Sundance moment I was hoping for.

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is a 1969 movie loosely based on the real-life 19th century bank robbers. The movie ends with them surrounded by the Bolivian Army and charging out to shoot it out with their opponents.

Myka: More like Thelma and Louise.

Thelma and Louise is a 1991 movie about two women who end up fleeing the police after one of them shoots a would-be rapist. The movie ends with the two women choosing to drive off a cliff in their car rather than be captured by the police.

Claudia: You look like you put down Old Yeller yourself or something.

Old Yeller is a 1956 novel by Fred Gipson which was adapted into a Disney movie in 1957. The title character is a dog, and his teenage owner Travis is forced to shoot it when the dog is infected with rabies.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorD. Brent Mote  |  Jane Espenson
Executive ProducerJack Kenny
Co-Executive ProducerNell Scovell  |  Andrew Kreisberg  |  Drew Z. Greenberg
Supervising ProducerHolly Harold
ProducerMark Winemaker  |  Chris Fisher
Co-ProducerRobert Goodman  |  Gregg Tilson
Associate ProducerAndrew Seklir  |  Kenny Micka
Production DesignerFranco De Cotiis
EditorHarry B. Miller III
CastingRobin D. Cook  |  Ty Harman  |  Suzanne Goddard-Smythe
Line ProducerTed Miller (2)
First Assistant DirectorWoody Sidarous
Second Assistant DirectorKarl Irvine
MusicEdward Rogers
Music EditorBen Zales
Music SupervisorAimee Bond  |  Alicen Catron Schneider
Costume DesignerJoanne Hansen
Key GripTim Sauder
Set DecoratorCarol Lavoie
Location ManagerDerek Brady
Property MasterKerry Spurrell
Production Sound MixerThomas Hidderley
Production CoordinatorLisa Perone
Supervising Sound EditorDaniel Colman  |  Jack Levy
Re-Recording MixerPeter Nusbaum  |  John W. Cook II
On-Line EditorPete Fausone
Director of PhotographyDavid Herrington
Story EditorIan Stokes
Art DirectorMichele Brady
Assistant Production CoordinatorTerri Ann Myers  |  Cynthia Hiley
Post Production CoordinatorSamantha Hollon
Production ManagementTed Miller (2)
Executive Story EditorBenjamin Raab  |  Deric A. Hughes
Production AccountantKaren Colaco
"A" Camera OperatorDavid Towers
Visual Effects ProducerDarren Cranford
ColoristRobert Tomaszewski
Sound DesignJeff K. Brunello  |  Daniel Colman
First Assistant Art DirectorHamish Buchanan
"B" Camera OperatorIain Baird
Visual Effects Project ManagerDennis Temprile
Visual Effects LeadClint Green
Key GafferJohn Botelho
Key MakeupMarie Nardela
Key HairFranchie Pir  |  Rhosael Ciandre
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