Jaime Murray Returns to Syfy's Warehouse 13
· Eddie McClintock
· Joanne Kelly
· Saul Rubinek
· Allison Scagliotti
Television Review: Warehouse 13, "For the Team"
by R.J. Carter
Published: August 17, 2010
When a small college wrestling team comes out of a seven year slump and into an undefeated streak, Artie (Saul Rubinek) is certain there's an artifact at work. But with Pete (Eddie McClintock) grounded until it's ascertained that he's recovered from his experience last episode, Myka (Joanne Kelly) heads off into the field with Claudia (Allison Scagliotti) as her partner, giving the computer jockey a chance to finally get some field-work experience outside of the warehouse. It could be that the coach has just found a training regimen that finally works -- but when teammates begin to spontaneously combust, we're pretty sure it's an artifact at work.
With Pete stuck at the warehouse with Artie (including a hilarious scene where a bored Pete decides to spend some time looking through Timothy Leary's Glasses), the opportunity is presented for both to do some male bonding as Pete discovers Artie's clandestine habit, and the lonely reasoning behind it. But just as the experience reveals something about Artie to Pete, it similarly reveals something of Pete to Artie, giving both men a commonality to build on.
Meanwhile, Myka and Claude encounter an old foe during their investigation -- H.G. Wells (Jaime Murray) -- and her involvement in the case will leave viewers scratching their heads as the writers begin to develop their "is she or isn't she" plot strategy. As Myka and Wells begrudgingly work together to find the artifact causing the trouble, Claudia learns a well-taught lesson on how to be the most effective field agent she can be.
She's Back! (l-r) Jaime Murray as H.G. Wells, Joanne Kelly as
Myka Bering in Warehouse 13.
Photo by Steve Wilkie/Syfy
Warehouse 13, "For the Team" airs Tuesday, August 17, 9pm | 8pm CT, on Syfy.