Warehouse 13 (season 3)

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Warehouse 13 (season 3)
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Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes13
Original networkSyfy
Original releaseJuly 11 (2011-07-11) –
December 6, 2011 (2011-12-06)[1]
Season chronology
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List of Warehouse 13 episodes

The third season of the American television series Warehouse 13 premiered on July 11, 2011, on Syfy. The season consists of 13 episodes; the first twelve episodes of the season aired on Mondays at 9 pm, though the Christmas special aired on a Tuesday. The show stars Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek, Allison Scagliotti and Genelle Williams.



Special guest[edit]




On October 5, 2010, the Syfy network announced that Warehouse 13 had been picked up for a third season of 13 new episodes, set to premiere on July 11, 2011.[2][3] Aaron Ashmore joined the cast this season as ATF agent Steve Jinks.[4] On March 22, 2011, Syfy announced that they would air another Christmas special of Warehouse 13 during season three.[5]

A ten part webisode series, entitled "Of Monsters and Men", premiered on Syfy.com on July 5, 2011.[6]


No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateUS viewers
261"The New Guy"Stephen SurjikJack KennyJuly 11, 2011 (2011-07-11)2.34[7]

Former ATF agent Steven Jinks (Aaron Ashmore) joins the Warehouse team and goes undercover with Pete to search for suspects in a case where people are being killed in the same way as the main characters in Shakespeare's tragedies. Meanwhile, Artie, Claudia and Leena try to stop a lightning storm in the Warehouse.

Artifacts: Jimi Hendrix's guitar, William Shakespeare's folio, the statues of Zeus and Hera, the "Janus" Device
272"Trials"Constantine MakrisDrew Z. GreenbergJuly 18, 2011 (2011-07-18)2.46[8]

Myka and Pete are sent on a mission to uncover how an airplane pilot, E.R surgeon and news reporter have all lost their memories. Claudia is in charge of her own mission with the new guy, Steve, to locate Typhoid Mary's knife, an artifact that can transfer illnesses and injuries from one person to another.

Artifacts: Walter Winchell's tie clip and cuff links, Typhoid Mary's knife.
283"Love Sick"Tawnia McKiernanAndrew KreisbergJuly 25, 2011 (2011-07-25)2.04[9]

Artie, Claudia, Dr. Vanessa Calder and Hugo Miller try to deal with an artifact, that via a computer virus, turns people into clay. Meanwhile, Pete and Myka wake up naked in bed together with no memory of what happened and attempt to retrace their steps and to find Steve.

Artifacts: Judah Loew's amulet, W. C. Fields' juggling balls, Marilyn Monroe's hairbrush. Walt Disney's Paintbrush, François Villon's Ink Well.
294"Queen for a Day"Jeremiah ChechikHolly HaroldAugust 1, 2011 (2011-08-01)2.25[10]

Claudia and Steve go to Shiloh National Military Park (Shiloh, Tennessee) and attempt to infiltrate a Civil War reenactment to recover Ulysses S. Grant's flask. Pete and Myka deal with Pete's ex-wife, Amanda (Jeri Ryan), who is getting remarried - she inadvertently activates an artifact that can make anyone she touches her devoted slave.

Artifacts: Hatshepsut's golden beehive, Ulysses S. Grant's flask.
305"3… 2… 1…"Chris FisherBob GoodmanAugust 8, 2011 (2011-08-08)2.54[11]

Pete and Myka, with the help of a hologram version of H.G. Wells, try to recover Joshua's trumpet, which has eluded the warehouse agents since the 19th century.

Artifact: Joshua's trumpet; The "Janus" device
316"Don't Hate the Player"Chris FisherIan StokesAugust 15, 2011 (2011-08-15)2.42[12]

Fargo becomes trapped in a video game inspired by Warehouse 13 and requires help from Pete, Claudia and Myka. Meanwhile, Stukowski recruits Artie and Steve to help with a case and catches them stealing an artifact.

Artifacts: Beatrix Potter's tea set, Vincent van Gogh's The Stormy Night (based on The Starry Night), Pink Floyd's 'The Dark Side Of The Moon' pyramid device.
327"Past Imperfect"Tawnia McKiernanNell ScovellAugust 22, 2011 (2011-08-22)2.25[13]

Myka hunts for Leo, the man who murdered her old partner, and the Warehouse agents think there's a link between the killer and the Secret Service. Meanwhile, Artie and Steve discover that Agent Stukowski is up to something when she steals an artifact.

Artifacts: USS Eldridge's barometer, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory's doorknob, the Trans-continental railway spike, Mr. Mental and Coco's fezzes, Ivan Pavlov's bell.
338"The 40th Floor"Chris FisherBenjamin Raab & Deric A. HughesAugust 29, 2011 (2011-08-29)2.29[14]

Mrs. Frederic and Steve interrogate Stukowski after the agents learn that she was using artifacts to kill Regents; the Warehouse's secret protectors. Pete and Claudia seek out Stukowski's partner-in-crime amid a crisis involving Myka, Artie and three Regents, one of which turns out to be Pete's mother, Jane (played by Kate Mulgrew).

Artifacts: Berlin Wall spray paint, Shirō Ishii's medal, Lloyd Wright's Pick Up Sticks, The Remati Schackle
349"Shadows"Tawnia McKiernanBob Goodman & Holly HaroldSeptember 12, 2011 (2011-09-12)1.91[15]

Pete enters Jane's memories using the "Walking Shoes" to investigate the Regents' murders. Meanwhile, Myka and Claudia go to Portland, Oregon to look into a string of mysterious disappearances that start with a local T-shirt shop owner.

Artifacts: Paul Tibbets's binoculars, Carlo Collodi's bracelet, the "Walking Shoes"
3510"Insatiable"Constantine MakrisBenjamin Raab & Deric A. HughesSeptember 19, 2011 (2011-09-19)1.83[16]

A 19th-century mason jar in a taco truck may be linked to a zombie-like outbreak in Ithaca, NY. A fortune-telling machine named Sallah has Claudia believing she is about to die. One of Syke's henchmen, Marcus Diamond, has a proposition for Steve.

Artifact: The Donner Party's glass jar, Albert Butz's glasses, the "Water Canister"
3611"Emily Lake" (Part 1)Millicent SheltonNell Scovell & Ian StokesOctober 3, 2011 (2011-10-03)1.63[17]

Pete, Myka and Claudia investigate the theft of a top-secret file from the warehouse which brings them to a high school in Wyoming where H.G Wells is working as a teacher named Emily Lake. Walter Sykes, after "re-constructing" H.G. from the "Janus" Device, kills Steve Jinks, who was working undercover. Part 1 of the season 3 finale.

Artifacts: Janus coin, Cecil B. DeMille's riding crop.
3712"Stand" (Part 2)Stephen SurjikAndrew Kreisberg & Drew Z. GreenbergOctober 3, 2011 (2011-10-03)1.63[17]

Pete and Myka race halfway across the world to China to find a forgotten Warehouse secret as Sykes' plan nears its terrible fruition. Conclusion of the season 3 finale.

Artifacts: Cecil B. DeMille's riding crop, Black Bart's cannon, rigging rope from the Mary Celeste, Johann Maelzel's metronome, House of Commons masonry survived from the Blitz.
3813"The Greatest Gift"Jack KennyStory by: Mike Johnson & John-Paul Nickel
Teleplay by: John-Paul Nickel
December 6, 2011 (2011-12-06)1.58[18]

Christmas special. When Pete accidentally activates an artifact in the Christmas Artifact Section, Philip Van Doren Stern's brush, he is transported to a world where he doesn't exist. While there, he must figure out a way to convince his former Warehouse team mates to help him defeat an old enemy of theirs, and get him back to reality.

Artifacts: Philip Van Doren Stern's upholstery brush, Rudolph's nose.

DVD release[edit]

Warehouse 13: Season Three
Set details:
  • 12 episodes
    • Region 1 – 3-disc DVD set
    • Region 2 - 4-disc DVD set


  • Anamorphic Widescreen (1.78:1)
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 English audio
  • Subtitles English
Bonus features:
  • Three audio commentaries
    • "The New Guy" commentary
    • "3...2...1..." commentary
    • "The 40th Floor" commentary
  • Featurettes
    • "Of Mouse and Men" 10-part animated web series including never-before seen chapter
    • Guest starring...
    • "Love Sick" podcast with Saul Rubinek
  • "Secret Santa" holiday episode
  • "The Greatest Gift" holiday episode (Region 2)
  • Deleted scenes
  • Gag reel
Release dates: Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
July 10, 2012 September 17, 2012[19] TBA


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