doyousmellfudge_archive: (a quiet moment)
Arthur "Artie" Nielsen ([personal profile] doyousmellfudge_archive) wrote2011-07-29 06:17 pm
Entry tags:

Nevermore, part whatever

Artie's Office
Warehouse 13
South Dakota

The Artifact has been snagged and bagged. All that remains is the tagging. Well, the shipping back to the Warehouse and then the tagging, but the point still stands. The job is all but finished, and, amazingly enough, no one died.

"I think, Mr. Poe," Artie murmurs as he enters the pen and notebook into the computerized Artifact database, "that when your things arrive, we'll stick them in... yeah. Madrid section. That is, if Leena agrees."


Artie starts, but only a little. He was expecting Mrs. Frederick to still be keeping an eye on him after the lecture he got yesterday. (At least, he will claim he was expecting it.)

"Pete and Myka are in Colorado Springs," says Mrs. Frederick as she walks up to Artie's desk.

Artie sighs and scratches at his jawline. "Yeah, I know, I should've tried to--"

"And so is MacPherson."

As if on cue, an alert pops up in the center of Artie's monitor:

Current Location:

Artie boggles at the screen. "Wh-what? H-how did--? He was there the whole time??"

"He had us all distracted. I think that was MacPherson's intent."

Artie barely hears her over the sudden rush of realization. It was MacPherson who sent the book to Warren Bering, but it wasn't for revenge or even just as a distraction, he wanted them to find the pen--

Artie all but dives for the Farnsworth. He just hopes his warning won't come too late.

[Dialogue from Warehouse 13 episode 1x12, "Nevermore."]

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