Warehouse 13 – The Sky’s the Limit

by Alan Rapp on February 2, 2021

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Warehouse 13 - The Sky's the Limit television review

Throwback Tuesday takes us back to a top-secret storage facility in South Dakota known as Warehouse 13. “The Sky’s the Limit” offers three stories as Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) are sent to Las Vegas in search of an artifact causing people to fall out of the sky, Claudia (Allison Scagliotti) and Jinks (Aaron Ashmore) head to England for an artifact killing horse jockeys, and back at the Warehouse the Regents send a new owner for the Bed and Breakfast (Kelly Hu), who also happens to be a psychotherapist, to offer some help to the troubled Artie (Saul Rubinek). The Vegas trip leads back to an elderly magician (Joel Grey) and his granddaughter (Nora Zehetner) who has finally discovered a bit of real magic (although it comes with some murderous side-effects).

St. Joseph of Cupertino’s Medallion, which allows people to levitate, is more cinematic than Sitting Bull’s Riding Blanket, but both end up having a price for those who use them and both are bagged and tagged by the end of the episode. The Claudia/Jix story isn’t given as much time as the Vegas story, and comes to a much quicker conclusion. It also puts Claudia on the radar of Charlotte Dupres (Polly Walker) who we will see again. “The Sky’s the Limit” is noticeable for introducing the character of Abigail Chow (Hu), she becomes one of two characters given a tour of the Warehouse in this episode. As for Artie, the episode marks the character finally starting to deal with his grief over the loss of Leena.

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