The Rambaldi X-Files of the Fringe Eureka's Lost Ark
He just keeps driving towards nothingness, because nothingness is where endless wonder is. Then there's a cow! Aww, cows. Because you can't do weird science without a random cow hanging around, right Walter Bishop?
And we're here, at the Warehouse 13. It's dingy. He doubts its endless wonder. He pounds on the door and shouts "Hello!" to no avail, when suddenly he looks up and a football is plunging down at him out of the sky. It nearly conks him, but he ducks. He's like a psychic cat, that Pete.
Then Myka drives up, of course. You know, for someone so organized and anal, you'd think she'd get there before him. They are not happy to see each other, but they're more weirded out by the whole thing than interested in fighting, especially when the Warehouse's front door opens ominously. They both unholster their weapons and approach with caution.
Then Saul appears behind them, wearing some combination of a straw hat, a lacrosse stick with a frisbee on it, his spare hobo outfit and like a leather jock strap maybe over his mouth? He apologizes for being late, but he "had to... fix the fish," which is actually a really brilliantly weird and mysterious line.
Pete recognizes him as the weirdo from the museum party, so he points his gun at him. Saul laughs it off, saying the bloodstone is in the warehouse, which is property of the U.S. government, as is he. So jovial, this guy! He explains that he also works for Mrs. Frederic, and that they can call him Artie. Myka asks for I.D. but he doesn't have any because his division is too secret for I.D.'s. Pete is satisfied for the moment, so he puts his gun away, but not before accusingly asking if Artie threw that football at him. His answer? "You weren't here when I threw it -- it... takes a while, to, uh, circle back." Alright, Artie is awesome.
He invites them inside for the grand tour, but Myka won't go without an explanation as to what she's doing there. Pete, on the other hand, will go inside for cookies. She follows Pete in. Artie stays outside to throw the football again, and we see it whoosh up the front of the warehouse and out into outer space or something.
The trio walks down a white tunnel to a retinal eye scan that Artie passes, and now we're in a cozy little old man office. There's a suit of armor and everything! Myka and Pete look around curiously at everything and eventually come to mouth of warehouse 13, a giant, giant warehouse that is way bigger on the inside than it looks on the outside, much like that crazy ass fridge on Eureka.