First Aired: Jul. 07, 2009 on SyFy
Summary: Secret Service agents Lattimer and Bering save the life of the President of the United States and soon find themselves "rewarded" with a transfer to the top-secret Warehouse 13. Here they meet Artie Nielsen, the caretaker of the mysterious warehouse, who tells them about their new job.…
Main Characters in this Episode
Artie Nelson: I had to fix the fish.
Have you ever smelled something that could be best described as fudge when there is no fudge?
- Goof (factual errors): Artie credits the invention of the television to "Philo Farnsworth" in around 1929. He didn't invent television, but refined the electronic processing and production of pictures on a cathode ray tube. The communicators named after him in the show are not thick enough to use cathode ray technology.
- Goof (revealing mistake): When the SUV rolls over, a small explosion can be seen which propels the SUV into the roll.
- Goof (continuity error): When Myka helps Pete out of the SUV after the accident Pete's shirt has blood clearly visible on the lower left side (viewer's right). After Pete is on the ground sitting the shirt is clean. When they next show him, the blood is back.
- Goof (factual errors): When Myka is explaining who Lucrezia Borgia is, she says the Borgias ruled in the 1600s. However, Lucrezia Borgia was born in the late 1400s and died in the early 1500s.
- The pilot is dedicated to 'Nora OBrien.
- The football which appears to be capable of circling the Earth seems to be the same "Flubber"-filled one from 1963's Son of Flubber (1963).
- The President's Secret Service code name is "Eagle," which had been Bill Clinton's Secret Service code name.