Episode 23.0 Where and When

S2-E10 – Where and When

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Join Kym and Vickie as they discuss S2-E10, Where and When

Pete and Myka use H.G. Wells’s time machine to travel back to 1961.

If you are a first time watcher, we suggest that you watch the episode BEFORE listening to this pod cast.

Star Trek Series Regulars Tally to Date:

Rene Auberjonois as Hugo Miller: Odo – Star Trek Deep Space 9
Armin Shimerman as Charlie Martin: Quark – Deep Space Nine

DC with Rene Auberjonois and Armin Shimmerman (and the rest of the DS9 cast – September 2017)

Artifacts of the Week:

HG Wells’ Time Machine:

In Helena’s words, the time machine is essentially a “temporal consciousness transfer engine”. It has a rather psychometric effect, allowing the user to inhabit the body of someone in the past, specifically for 22 hours and 19 minutes.

Warehouse Wiki

Cinderella’s Glass Knife:

The knife has the power to alter a person’s body chemistry when they are stabbed with it, able to turn the whole body into glass. To have this effect, it has to stay in the person until they are entirely transmuted into glass. If the knife is pulled out of the victim before they are completely vitrified, they are restored to normal.

Wiki Warehouse

Links to guest cast and items discussed in this episode:

Armin Shimerman as Charlie Martin:

Armin Shimerman was born on November 5, 1949 in Lakewood, New Jersey, USA. He is an actor, known for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), The Hitcher (1986) and BioShock (2007). He has been married to Kitty Swink since May 16, 1981

IMDB

David Anders as Jonah Raitt:

David Anders Holt, known professionally as David Anders, is an American television and stage actor. He is best known for his roles as Julian Sark on Alias, as Adam Monroe on Heroes, as John Gilbert in the TV series The Vampire Diaries, Dr. Whale on ABC’s Once Upon a Time, and as Blaine “DeBeers” McDonough on iZombie

IMDB

Russell Crowe – Tasmanian Convict:

Russell had a very violent life as an English convict. He was transported to Van Diemen’s land (now Tasmania) in the early 1800s for living off the earnings of prostitutes.

Oh No They Didn’t

Mad Men…. “A thing like that” – A brilliant end to a brilliant series:

I realize that I am a couple of weeks behind all of the hoopla surrounding the Mad Men finale. I was out of the country on vacation the night of the finale episode. Please don’t think that I waited until I came home a week later to watch it though…. Oh NO! I made sure that I packed DC’s Kindle for this and only this reason. I did have to wait until the day after before it came up on Amazon Prime but as soon as we got back to the room on Monday night, I was watching.

Taking it a Step at a Time

Dave Chappelle Stand-Up Monologue:

Dave Chappelle talks about the 2020 election, COVID-19 and Donald Trump.

NBC

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The 13th Warehouse Theme Music: Reflections in the Mirror

By: Esther Garcia

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