Warehouse 13 Review: Do No Harm

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Did we just witness the induction of a new Warehouse Agent?

I liked that Pete had a good vibe about Deb and that she might be joining the good guys in some capacity. Too many times characters such as this end up fighting against the organization instead of embracing it. Mr. Kosan was pretty smart to consider recruiting her over other choices. 

Deb Stanley (Danielle Nicolet) has a spark of curiosity about her that we haven’t seen in an Agent (except maybe Hugo). How cool was it to see her staring out into the warehouse with "Endless Wonder" at all the things she could discover? The balance of her father’s lesson of "do no harm" makes her an ideal candidate for the warehouse. 

Deb At Warehouse 13

Speaking of the warehouse, raise your hand if you laughed when the Senator was shown to “Storage Room 6!” I swear most the items in that storage room were Bo and Kenzi’s house in Lost Girl! I loved that they used the same umbilical entrance and the escort did Artie’s “grand gesture” from one step off the ground. That was priceless!

Of course, my heartthrob and crush H.G. Wells showed up at the end. Long time readers of my Warehouse 13 reviews will know that I have adored H.G. since she was introduce in Season 2's episode "Time Will Tell."

I had a feeling it was H.G. that Artie called to help find the knife when he would tell the team. However, H.G. having told her suspicions to Mrs. Fredric was a complete surprise. She's right, though, if anyone would know the signs of time travel, it would be her. Artie should have thought of that before recruiting her if he didn't want her to figure it out. 

In fact, Artie is quickly coming to a corner he is not going to be able to get out of: Brother Adrian and H.G. now both know what he did, and it’s just a matter of time before everyone does, given that Claudia is also hot on his heels. 

Maybe the evil that is unleashed is the slow torture of the audience as he repeats over and over that he can’t say anything... but never says anymore!

What did you think of this week’s episode? Did you like Deb? Do you think she and Pete should continue to date? If you were Artie how much would you say to stop people from digging? Be sure and stop by our Warehouse 13 quotes section to see if your favorite mad the list. 


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I enjoyed this episodes for many reasons. I remember for seeing Danielle Nicolet a decade ago in Stargate SG-1 in the episode Menace as "Reese" a human replicator. I have loved watching her every since. She would definitely be a great asset to the Warehouse 13 team. In fact, the team as made up of some exceptionally smart and talented women which is a giant plus to me. I loved the Welcome to Storage 6 intro and yes, I thought of The Lost Girl apartment as soon as I saw the junk on the shelves. Seeing H.G. Wells is always a joy. I just wish they would spin-off a Victorian Warehouse 12 series with her as the lead. This season as been great, but I think Artie is about to meet the wrath of the Regents lead by Mrs. Frederic for what he has done, and for the aftermath.


I loved this episode. I like deb I think she's a good character. I liked that Artie told Steve and Claudia about brother Adrian but not about anything else that would put them in danger. I was happy to H.G. back and can't wait to see her next week as well. When H.G. came in and said she knew time travel and she knew he used the astrolabe I was like yes someone else knows and Mrs. Fredrick knows which I don't know is good or bad. But probably good.


I like Deb. It was nice to see Pete being mature and professional more than usual.


Yes, absolutely, Deb is a keeper! I hope they make good use of the character as time goes on. I'm as hooked on her as Pete is. I definitely think that they should keep seeing each other.

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Warehouse 13 Season 4 Episode 7 Quotes

Myka: So what about Paul Bunyan's axe, or David's slingshot?
Pete: Or how about bag of magical beans?
Artie: We got the axe, we got the slingshot. The beans, please - that's just a fairytale.
Pete: It's good to know where we draw the line.

Artie: It's gotta be an artifact. Adults don't have growth spurts. No short jokes, no fat jokes, no age jokes.
Pete: Well then, I got nothing.