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Yesterday I had the opportunity to interview Eddie McClintock (Pete), Joanne Kelly (Myka), and Jack Kenny (Executive Producer) about the upcoming season 4.5 of Warehouse 13. Here’s 13 teases as to what I learned.

1.) The upcoming guest stars -
     Anthony Stewart Head, playing a 16th century alchemist, will be in the last 3 eps.
     Polly Walker, a nemesis of the Warehouse, will be in 5 eps
     Joel Grey, a magician, will be in 1 ep
     James Marsters, a professor, will be in 1 ep, the first one back
     Enrico Colantoni and Missi Pyle will both be in 4.13 (more info on 2 and 13)

Upcoming episode plots include a Las Vegas episode, an episode in Artie’s head, a pirate episode, the last time Pete drank (4.17), and a noir (4.13)

3.) Artie is going to have to deal with the guilt of what he did under the effect of the artifact

Pete and Myka deal with Lena’s death but at the same time, “the agents know what they’re signing up for when they join.”

5.) Lena’s death is a permanent death. Her character was chosen as the member of the team to die as “it’s hard to write her into episodes because she’s not an agent.”

6.) Mrs. Fredrick, McPherson, and Dr. Calder will be in Artie’s head as he deals with his actions

7.) The talks about H.G. Wells spin-off is looking unlikely but Executive Producer Jack Kenny would still like it to happen in some form. “In Hollywood, nothing’s really dead.”

Claudia’s connection to the Warehouse will be explored later this season

9.) Given the choice, Eddie McClintock would crossover with Antiques Roadshow

10.) McClintock would like season 4.5 to be remembered in the same vein as the rest of the show - as a “thrilleramedy”

11.) Jack Kenny would love for it to be remembered as the middle of 9 seasons.

Joanne Kelly dishes that something will happen to Myka this season “that will change [her] forever.”

13.) The noir episode is more than just changing costumes and “turning color into black and white.” It was shot with the same lenses and colors as the classic stories. According to McClintock, “It really looks like a noir film.” Jack Kenny adds “set design and makeup really outdid themselves. It’s a fun ride.”

13a.) It was also an “acting exercise switching between noir-speak” and Pete and Myka talk.

Be on the lookout for a full transcript of the conversation later this week and be sure to watch Warehouse 13 Monday April 29 as it’s new time 10/9c on Syfy Channel.

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