Women who kick ass, or are bad ass, have been coming more to the forefront of science fiction and fantasy in recent years. In books, movies, television, and comics we are seeing more of them. That is fantastic. However, I feel like they might be casting a shadow on great female characters whose strength is not…
Have you ever watched a series and noticed something you missed before? Even if it was small and insignificant? (Seriously, please answer that.)
It is an end of an era! Well the Warehouse 13 and Eureka shared universe era. I am going to miss those shows but I think they ran their course. I really liked last night's finale for Warehouse 13. For the most part.
I hate this feeling. This vague sense of loss, abandonment and loneliness that washes over me when a show like this ends. A show that has its flaws, can be stupid and infuriating at times, but is enjoyable more often than not. And has characters that, after a few years, I feel attached to.
This little girl seemed to really dig being sacked by Pete Lattimer.
It's just a show and I should really just relax, but honestly, Warehouse 13, WTF? I get that you're winding down, but did the continuity person take an early leave of absence?
I think I'm the only one kinda excited about Warehouse 13's return tonight. I haven't heard much about it lately, but then again, I'm pretty much a social outcast, so the only voices I hear are the ones in my head and they haven't mentioned much.
So I shut down the work computer and started to channel surf. I came across the tail end of today's Warehouse 13 marathon on Syfy. It's the Eureka crossover episode "Don't Hate the Player" with a scheme by Fargo that of course goes awry. Not the worst way to start the weekend.
I know everyone is getting wet and happy over the second Captain America movie - Captain America and Winter Soldier's Chronicles of Narnina Breakin' II The Return of The Jedi part XXII, but next Monday is the beginning of the end for Warehouse 13.
...and I STILL find myself really, really hating the primary plot for this season. I barely got 4 episodes in first time round before I just sorta stopped. Figured i'd catch up in time for the final season but ugh. Everything else was still as fantastic as ever, all the character interactions, the side quests and…
Spoilers in reply, but all in all a well-written episode, IMO.
No posts yet about Warehouse 13? Let's consolidate our spoilery thoughts here.
Seems the concerns about Warehouse 13 ending were valid. SyFy has announced that Warehouse 13 will return next season for 6 episodes. Then I'm assuming an artifact will be used to capture everyone involved in the show and put in the Warehouse to never been heard or seen from again. Though maybe we'll get lucky and…
W13 is never better than when it hams it up, yet balances that hamminess with a continuation of an ongoing character arc. SPOILERS AHEAD!
OK, the TV premier happened last night, the episode was online and ON Demand for like a month, the planets have aligned and the moon is in the 7th house, or something like that, so let's discuss the episode. Drop plot points, story elements, spoilers or whatever you want in this topic.
Long story short, everybody was in top form. It was emotional, tense, funny, and fast-paced: all the things that make W13 great. And it set up the new baddie(s) for the rest of the season, which was a nice unexpected touch.
With the premier of Warehouse 13’s second half of season 4 of tonight, I thought it would be fun to see what everyone’s favorite artifact is and/or list an artifact that you think would be a fun addition to the show.
Apparently it's a possibility. While there has been no official word that this is the case, there have been many comments made by cast and crew of the series to make fans worried.
Warehouse 13 is adding a new baddie to the mix.