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Sci-Fi TV Crossovers We'd Like To See

by Mike Moody, posted Aug 3rd 2010 3:45PM
warehouse 13It's a tech geek team-up as 'Eureka' uber-nerd Fargo (Neil Grayston) visits computer hacker Claudia (Allison Scagloitti) on tonight's episode of 'Warehouse 13.'

The Syfy crossover -- which continues with Friday's episode of 'Eureka' -- was inspired by Grayston and Scagliotti's real-life friendship, the pair told reporters recently.

"Our chemistry plays so well in life that I think our respective show runners and the good people over at Syfy realized what a commodity it could be to blend these shows," Scagliotti said during a conference call on Monday.

Whatever the inspiration, it's always fun to see characters from our favorite sci-fi shows cross over into each other's worlds to compare notes, fight the good fight, and even do a little flirting. In celebration of this week's 'Warehouse 13'/'Eureka' crossover event, here are a few current sci-fi shows we'd like to see mix it up:

sgu sga crossover syfy'Stargate Universe' meets 'Stargate Atlantis.'
This sounds like a pretty easy one. They're both 'Stargate' shows, which means they already take place in the same universe, but pulling off an 'SGU'/'SGA' crossover might not be as easy as it sounds. For one, 'Atlantis' was canceled a few years ago, which could make rounding up the show's major cast members a little tough. Plus, all of the action on 'Universe' takes place in the outer reaches of space; the 'Atlantis' team was floating in the middle of the San Francisco Bay last time we saw them. But despite the apparent hurdles, 'SGU' executive producer Joseph Mallozzi recently confirmed that two members of the 'Atlantis' cast will appear in a season 2 episode of 'SGU.' We don't know who they are or what they'll be doing, but something tells me those pesky communication stones will be involved.

fringe haven'Fringe' meets 'Haven.' This has to happen -- immediately. The 'Fringe' team needs to take a break from dealing with parallel dimensions, time-traveling scientists and other awesome unexplained phenomena to visit Haven and get to the bottom of the town's mysterious "troubles." No doubt Walter, Olivia and Peter would put a lid on all the random craziness going on in Haven in less than a week, leading Audrey Parker to leave town and rejoin the FBI and prompting Syfy to finally cancel that miserable show.

sanctuary human target'Sanctuary' meets 'Human Target.' Yeah, yeah ... 'Human Target' isn't a sci-fi show and the fans want to keep it that way. But how awesome would it be to see Christopher Chance and Guerrero slugging it out with some of 'Sanctuary's super powered abnormals? Really awesome, that's how awesome! Chance is a superhero born on the comic book page. It only makes sense for the guy to mix it up with a few supernatural beasties every know and then. Transporting him to Helen Magnus' mutant-infested world for a one-off ep would deliver the geeky goods without cramping 'Human Target's more realistic style.

Should Sookie Stackhouse hop a plane to Mystic Falls to meet the cast of 'The Vampire Diaries?' Will The Doctor ever crash the TARDIS into the Starship Enterprise? What sci-fi TV crossovers do you want to see?

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off topic.. Why is the vote topic DOWN green, and vote topic UP red? Counter intuitive..glad I saw the tooltip on mouseover.

Why condemn haven so soon? Did X-file appeal to you within 4 episodes?

August 09 2010 at 8:52 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

A Torchwood/Warehouse 13/Eureka crossover could be interesting. Or maybe a Being Human/Sanctuary crossover.

Re: your commentary on Fringe/Haven - Did you *really* just say "finally cancel" in reference to a show that's only run FOUR episodes?

August 04 2010 at 1:13 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Scagliotti and the nerd, i want to see that one.

August 03 2010 at 8:53 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Yes Dr. Who and Star Trek. That could be a good match-up.

August 03 2010 at 5:00 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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