The Rambaldi X-Files of the Fringe Eureka's Lost Ark
They let him pass, though, and he makes his way through them to the stage, and to Lorna. Lorna strokes Cody's face because ew, and then he walks over and picks up zombie Emily and gets ready to toss her into the fire. Pete tells him to let her go, but to no avail. Lorna points the comb at the bonfire and it gets bigger. He draws his weapon on her, and she commands Cody to knock it out of his hands, which he does. Pete starts looking for a weakness in Lorna, asking her what she's afraid of. She turns around to see Myka now has a gun on her. Unfortunately for Myka, Lorna has become something of a mind reader herself. She tries to get under her skin with "you really let your lover die for a chance at glory?" So much Denver, you guys. Myka tells her to shut up, and Lorna hypnotizes her into turning the gun on herself. Pete springs into action, zapping Myka with the Tesla gun and sending her flying.
In the meantime, Cody has picked up Pete's regular gun and they have a standoff. Pete tries to fire the Tesla gun at him but it shorts out. Cody pulls the trigger and Pete flinches, but it was all for show -- he took the bullets out before he came on stage, saying "sorry, nobody's dying tonight." Then we hear Myka action movie "but you might lose a tooth!" as she punches Lorna out. Pete grabs the comb out of her hair and Myka tosses it into the neutralizer, curing everyone of their zombiedom.
Back at the warehouse, Artie bags and tags the painting, book and comb. Before he turns to go back to his office, he stares wistfully at Lucrezia's image and sighs, "Love hurts, I know." Aww, poor guy. Can't wait to hear his backstory.
Back at Leerna's, Myka is on the phone with Dickenson, who has Frederic in his office. He offers Myka a weird deal -- she can come back to D.C. if she wants, but Pete has to stay in South Dakota no matter what. They give her five seconds to decide, and she of course decides to stay with Pete. Also, she breaks the fourth wall and stares at the camera for a long time? Very odd choice. Before we go, we see Pete playing with the super football outside the warehouse. Hee, they're all getting the hang of it.
So yeah, pretty good show! They're great at peppering the plot with mysterious extras, and they'll soften Myka up as they go, I'm sure. And there's nothing I don't love about Artie. Warehouse 13 for the win!