A lovely collection of agents who admire and love all things Warehouse 13...the show, the characters,the comics, and let us not forget the artifacts!
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Latest Activity: Jan 12, 2016
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Well, the last episode, closure, and now out on DVD. A wonderful show that I will miss.
I was sad to see Eureka go as well but honestly I felt they had reached a point where ending it worked very well. I think they could get another season or two out of Warehouse easily.
Actually I don't think it's for more wrestling as I understand they are discussing taking smackdown from Syfy and putting it on their own network. I think in this case they are replacing the shows with more futuristic shows such as Defiance and magic based shows like Lost Girl.
Warehouse 13 and Eureka have always been well written and original. Unfortunately Syfy has to make room for more even wrestling. In then end it will be like the History channel where you might expect to see history and instead see shows about aligator hunters in the swamp. The history channel in the UK (Yesterday) is far superior.
I will admit I am going to be very sad to see it end. This has been one of my favorite shows for years. It's just great fun. Probably my first real introduction into anything Steampunk as well.
Only two more episodes to go and then WH13 is gone - except for DVD of course. Last night's episode was outstanding, in Spanish of course - with subtitles - the usual fun that we expect from the WH13 writing team. Previews of the coming episode appear ominous - something is missing, and evil-doers are afoot!
Season 5 is off to a good start, really enjoying the more mature role that Claudia is playing. She is no longer just "geek girl" now she has gravitas.
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