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  • Actors: Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek, Genelle Williams, Allison Scagliotti
  • Writers: Jane Espenson, D. Brent Mote
  • Format: Box set, NTSC
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Jan. 29 2013
  • Run Time: 564 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B007TLK3R8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,698 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Want to know more about Warehouse 13? Here's a quick recap of Seasons 1&2--

About Season One:

After saving the life of the President, two top Secret Service agents find themselves abruptly transferred to Warehouse 13 — a massive, top-secret storage facility in the badlands of South Dakota that houses every strange artifact, mysterious relic, fantastical object and supernatural souvenir ever collected by the U.S. government. Now the pair — off-the-cuff Agent Pete Lattimer and by-the-book Agent Myka Bering — must chase down reports of supernatural and paranormal activity in search of new objects for their eccentric new boss, Artie Nielsen, to safeguard at the Warehouse. It’s a wildly entertaining adventure full of inventive gadgetry and thrilling action, and with all twelve Warehouse 13: Season One episodes cataloged and archived in this collectible three-disc set, now’s your chance to snag it, bag it and tag it!

About Season Two:
Return to Warehouse 13 for more supernatural mysteries and paranormal adventures with Season Two of Syfy’s most popular series ever! Join Pete, Myka, Artie and their quirky crew on the chase for fantastical new artifacts across the globe and through time. Racing against the clock, these dangerous missions lead them to discover new allies and encounter treacherous old foes…and the unexpected, ultimate new villain. Wildly entertaining and always filled with the fan-favorite inventions and gadgetry, now’s your chance to snag, bag and tag this collectible three-disc set that catalogs and archives twelve action-packed episodes plus top-secret bonus features, including the thrilling Eureka crossover episode, “Crossing Over.”

Season Three - Episode Guide
Episode 1: The New Guy
Episode 2: Trials
Episode 3: Love Sick
Episode 4: Queen For a Day
Episode 5: 3 . . . 2 . . . 1
Episode 6: Don't Hate the Player
Episode 7: Past Imperfect
Episode 8: The 40th Floor
Episode 9: Shadows
Episode 10: Insatiable
Episode 11: Emily Lake
Episode 12: Stand
Episode 13: Secret Santa

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Is it conceivable that wearing Richard Nixon's wingtips could enable you to lie without anyone knowing, while Gandhi's sandals provide their wearer with a profound sense of peace and serenity? Did you know that using Marilyn Monroe's hairbrush will turn you into a blonde, or that Russian psychologist Ivan Pavlov's bell really does attract dogs? These are but a few of the revelations unearthed in the third season of Warehouse 13 (12 episodes, plus extra material and a "bonus holiday episode" at the end), SyFy's series about the intrepid agents of the very Secret Service whose mission is to "snag, bag, and tag" the bewildering array of artifacts, relics, and curios that are stored in an enormous facility located somewhere in South Dakota. Many of these artifacts--and there are enough of them to fill a space (variously known as "America's attic," "the world's junk drawer," and "the Artifact Roadshow") at least as big as the warehouse depicted in the final shot of the first Indiana Jones movie--are benign and fun. But it's the ones that "misbehave" after falling into the wrong hands, on purpose or otherwise, that must be neutralized by agents Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock), Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly), Artie Nielsen (Saul Rubinek), and the rest of the team, some of whom have some pretty fancy talents of their own--like new addition Steve Jinks (Aaron Ashmore), who has an uncanny ability to tell when someone's lying. This time out, malevolent artifacts include legendary film director Cecil B. DeMille's riding crop, which can be used to bend people's bodies to the will of whoever possesses it (a very bad thing when it falls into the hands of Anthony Michael Hall's bitter, vengeful Walter Sykes, the season's principal villain); William Shakespeare's "lost folio," which causes its victims to expire in the exact manner of some of the Bard's most famous characters; the so-called "Janus coin," an ancient Roman item that wipes out people's memories; and an amulet that, when transmitted via computer, creates a virus that turns people into clay. All of this is consistently amusing and entertaining--sometimes more so than the plot lines in which the artifacts appear, some of which involve the fate of the "Regents," who serve as the guardians of Warehouse 13 and its contents. The show is serialized, so while it ends with a major cliffhanger, the fact that there's a fourth season is good news for viewers of this delightful show. --Sam Graham

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Thus far, season 3 is the best season of this fantastic series. Once again, the Warehouse agents are back, bringing with them outstanding dramatic scenes, very funny moments, mystery, and cool artefacts. The mythology deepens, and the characters keep developing in interesting ways. Fascinating!
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By Charles Dimov TOP 100 REVIEWER on Dec 22 2012
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The third season gets a little more intense, but generally sticks to it's good natured, light adventure sci-fi roots.

Don't expect too much depth. It is cool to watch and image being in a warehouse like this with so many cool, mysterious artefact that have special powers.

If you are watching this series, you are not looking for a heavy new drama flavour. Warehouse 13 sticks to it's roots, with some more interesting depth, twists, and adventure.

Great week night watch... to get your mind off work, and into a light, comedy that always ends well :-).
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It's fun and entertaining shipping was fast
Well packaged and perfect condition
I highly recommend this show if you are looking for something just a little different
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When told of this, I was initially a bit skeptical on the storyline premise, however, after watching the series first few episodes, I found the characters just hilarious, and especially, the story has many twists and turns, not just week to week "reset to zero" episodes but many plot lines and unpredictable changes.
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A joy to watch as the suspense builds with each episode. Will they find the artifact, or will it disappear to haunt them later on. A really good series and the acting is very good. We thoroughly enjoy it.
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This series is a great offering from the Sci-fy channel - the writing is good and the you can really get a feal for the characters - HG Wells character is a real twist.
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I enjoy the episodes and the season long story arc. Special features are always welcome. The cast chemistry seems to get better and better each season.
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I started watching this purely by accident and now I am waiting very impatiently for the rest to come out. Love this series to death.
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