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'Warehouse 13' - 'Beyond Our Control' Recap

by Mike Moody, posted Jul 21st 2010 2:29PM
warehouse 13 claudia beyond our control(S02E03) So what did we learn during this episode of 'Warehouse 13?' Claudia drives an El Camino (interesting), the townspeople think the Warehouse agents are IRS hacks, and the show keeps getting sillier and sillier.

Last week, our favorite team of relic hunters saved Detroit from imploding by snagging a pair of magical underpants off a delusional nerd's superhero costume. This week, a magical camera and projector developed by Philo Farnsworth made a B-movie marathon come to life. A B-movie marathon that almost blew up the little town on Univille, North Dakota, where the Warehouse is located.

While Pete, Myka, Claudia and Artie rushed all over town searching for the artifact and saving various townies from gladiators and gunslingers, Mrs. Frederick tried to help Leena with her post-MacPherson headaches.

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'Warehouse 13' - 'Mild Mannered' Recap

by Mike Moody, posted Jul 14th 2010 10:00AM
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(S02E02) 'Warehouse 13's aim is simple: The show only wants to please the fanboys and entertain the masses all in one shot, and it does a pretty good job of accomplishing that goal.

Last week's fantastic season premiere played like an homage to classic sci-fi stories and concepts wrapped up in a rousing globetrotting adventure. This week's follow-up was a fun and fast-paced celebration of the superhero and all things comic book geek.

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Pete and Myka Get Into Trouble with H.G. Wells on 'Warehouse 13' (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Jul 7th 2010 9:21AM
Pete, Myka Get Into Trouble with H.G. Wells on 'Warehouse 13'With the season 2 premiere of 'Warehouse 13' (Tue., 9PM ET on SyFy), the series returned with a slew of new nifty doodads and the fun banter between characters we've come to expect.

[Spoiler alert.]


Pete and Myka find themselves with sexy baddy H.G. Wells, who is, yes, a woman. Following her instructions, Myka pulls open a panel on the back of a drawer (of course) to find a key. The key opens a hidden wall to reveal a vest.

Keen observational skills lead Myka to realize "the wiring on the vest matches the wiring on the switch" that beckons to them from behind a panel on the wall.

Pete does "the honors" and flips the switch, causing the two agents to fly straight up and become plastered to the ceiling. But why is H.G. Wells still firmly planted on the ground?

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'Warehouse 13' - 'Time Will Tell' Recap (Season Premiere)

by Mike Moody, posted Jul 7th 2010 9:15AM
warehouse 13 syfy(S02E01) So that was pretty fun, huh? 'Warehouse 13' returned to Syfy with one of its best and most entertaining episodes to date. Sure, this goofy show -- with its screwball comedy tone and wacky sci-fi premise – might lack the soul and finesse of 'Caprica' or the emotion of 'Stargate Universe,' but it mostly makes up for that with a cast of likable characters, an aw-shucks sense of wonder, and a charming underdog spirit.

But 'Warehouse 13' is certainly no underdog. It's one of Syfy's top performing shows. But in order to keep genre fans coming back for more, the show desperately needed to break out of its gimmicky procedural plot routine.

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Syfy Stars Joanne Kelly and Eddie McClintock Preview 'Warehouse 13' Season 2

by Mike Moody, posted Jul 6th 2010 2:00PM
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'Warehouse 13' is back for another season of Tesla-blasting, ferret-chasing, and artifact-hunting action. Season 2 of the Syfy series kicks off tonight (9PM ET) to answer the burning questions left by last September's cliffhanger finale.

Will Artie (Saul Rubinek) return? Will Claudia (Allison Scagliotti) clear her name? Will Roger Rees head back for another go-around as baddie James MacPherson? And what about that new villain we've been hearing about? We asked series stars Joanne Kelly and Eddie McClintock all of those questions and more. Head after the jump for the answers.

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New Shows on DVD for June 28, 2010

by Elizabeth Chan, posted Jun 29th 2010 10:00AM
You would think that June 28 was the second coming of Earth Day considering that every possible Earth related DVD in North America is coming out at the same time on DVD. Let's do the round up shall we?

BBC's 'How the Earth Made Us,' National Geographic's 'How the Earth Changed History,' History's 'How the Earth Was Made' and Universal's 'Earth: Final Conflict.' are all coming out on DVD.

If the Earth is not so much your thing, but aliens and the paranormal are more your cup of tea -- then this week is also for you with the releases of 'Ben 10: Alien Force,' 'Paranormal Cops,' 'Warehouse 13' and of course '13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo.'

Find out the rest of new shows being released on DVD this week after the jump!

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Eddie McClintock Delves Deeper Into 'Warehouse 13'

by Bryan Reesman, posted May 14th 2010 4:12PM
'Warehouse 13' cast'Warehouse 13' became a breakout hit for Syfy last season, luring 2 to 3 million viewers per episode throughout its 12-episode run. Star Eddie McClintock, who plays federal agent Pete Lattimer, is stoked for season two, which starts July 13, and filled us in on what to expect.

A dramatic moment in the season one finale occurred when Warehouse 13's artifact caretaker Artie Nielsen (played by Saul Rubinek) appeared to have shuffled off of this mortal coil. However, McClintock confirmed that Rubinek is returning for the next season; how or when Artie will return remains a mystery. But there's more in store.

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'Bionic Woman' Lindsay Wagner to Guest on 'Warehouse 13'

by Gary Susman, posted Apr 23rd 2010 12:30PM
SyFy's hit 'Warehouse 13' centers on a Mulder-and-Scully-like pair of agents who de-mothball ancient and mysterious objects stored in the title building. Maybe one of those objects was an old 'Bionic Woman' videocassette.

That could be the explanation for a secretive cameo by '70s sci-fi icon Lindsay Wagner on an upcoming episode of 'Warehouse 13's' second season. The 'Bionic Woman' star, now in semi-retirement from acting, is de-mothballing her own career for an upcoming guest appearance on the show, which she's shooting at the end of this month in Toronto.

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What to Watch: April 19 - 25

by Stephanie Earp, posted Apr 19th 2010 3:17AM


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- Friday April 23, 10 pm, Citytv

This SyFy show makes its Canadian debut tonight, although in some ways it's been in Canada all along - it is shot in and around Toronto and Dundas, Ontario, and stars a slew of Canadian actors, including series lead Joanne Kelly. The plot is kind of silly -- two agents are assigned to gather supernatural artifacts for storage in a mysterious warehouse. But one could say that the plot of 'The X-Files' is equally ridiculous - it's all in the writing and the chemistry, which for the most part has gotten good reviews. US media keep citing 'Indiana Jones', but another show popped into my head -- 'Relic Hunter.' But 'Relic Hunter' with a budget.

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Syfy Sets Summer Schedule

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 31st 2010 5:03PM
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Your assignment: say that headline five times fast.

TV used to be a lot easier. We'd have TV from, say, September until May, and then the reruns would kick in. Sure, there have always been summer shows, but now it seems that the months of June, July, and August form a major TV season themselves. In fact, some of the best shows on TV right now actually start in the summer, not the fall. 'Mad Men' immediately comes to mind.

There are a lot of good shows on Syfy too, and they've announced when they're going to debut this summer.

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All Mike M. Wants for Festivus

by Mike Moody, posted Dec 11th 2009 10:02AM
fringe foxIn honor of the great Frank Costanza, and to ring in the holiday season, we're celebrating Festivus here at the Squad by sharing our personal TV wish lists. This year, I'm wishing for ...

  • An awesome end for Dollhouse. I know its cancellation was inevitable – the series was forever tanking in the ratings, and even Joss Whedon devotees were sometimes underwhelmed by it – but I really loved the experimental nature of the show. Dollhouse was a weird, funny and sometimes very dark playground where Whedon could try out new ideas and put new spins on old ones. I'm looking forward to watching the final episodes.

  • More sci-fi stuff on Stargate Universe. I love the slow burn character arcs, but would it kill the writers to shake things up a bit with a little action and some fantastic science fiction-based stories?

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Syfy Name Change Working: 'Warehouse 13' Beats 'Battlestar Galactica'

by Gary Susman, posted Oct 5th 2009 4:00PM
Warehouse 13 on SyfyWhat the frak? Who'd have imagined that the universally snickered-at name change from Sci Fi Channel to Syfy this summer would not only turn out to be a smart move, but that the new Syfy flagship show, 'Warehouse 13,' would turn out to be an even bigger hit than 'Battlestar Galactica'?

What's next, a cooking show? (Oh, wait ... ) What planet are we living on again?

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Warehouse 13: Macpherson (season finale)

by Mike Moody, posted Sep 23rd 2009 10:21AM
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(S01E13) It took a while, but Warehouse 13 finally broke away from the stale case-of-the-week episodes (and the stale dialogue) to become the summer's most amusing slice of sci-fi TV. The shift happened a few weeks ago when Roger Rees' smug and sadistic baddie, Macpherson, showed up to make trouble for the team.

Macpherson turned out to be the big bad Warehouse 13 was missing all along. He was an ex-Warehouse agent with a vendetta against Artie and the regents. His evil plots forced Artie and the agents to bond and trust each other, and they also gave the show a real sense of danger and purpose. Oh, and Macpherson also gave us Claudia and Leena, apparently.

Macpherson returned to twist the knife one more time in a season finale packed with surprises, red herrings, and a few insane artifacts (Timothy Leary's psychedelic glasses? That was a good one.)

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What's On Tonight: NCIS, Hell's Kitchen, The Forgotten, Joe Buck Live

by Bob Sassone, posted Sep 22nd 2009 12:15PM
  • The Good WifeAt 8, ABC has a new, two-hour Dancing with the Stars, followed by the series premiere of The Forgotten.
  • CBS has the season premiere of NCIS at 8, then the series premieres of NCIS: Los Angeles and The Good Wife.
  • NBC has a new, two-hour Biggest Loser at 8, followed by a new Jay Leno Show.
  • FOX has a new, two-hour Hell's Kitchen at 8.
  • There's a new 90210 on The CW at 8, then a new Melrose Place.
  • ESPN has two new episodes of The World Series of Poker at 8.
  • Biography has The Star Trek 25th Anniversary at 8, followed by Star Trek: A Captain's Log.
  • G4 has a new Web Soup at 8.
  • TCM has North By Northwest at 8, then Psycho.
  • At 8:30, ABC Family has a new Ruby & The Rockits.
  • At 9, Syfy has the season finale of Warehouse 13, then a new ECW.
  • At 10, FX has a new Sons of Anarchy.
  • Food Network has a new Chopped at 10.
  • Bravo has a new Flipping Out at 10.
  • Sundance has a new Brick City at 10.
  • HBO has a new Joe Buck Live at 10.
  • Also at 10: Travel Channel has a new Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World.

Check your local TV listings for more.

After the jump, the late night talk shows.

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Warehouse 13: Nevermore

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 16th 2009 3:20AM
Warehouse 13: Nevermore(S01E12) Look at that, Myka's dad is Saul Tigh (Michael Hogan). And like most of the high caliber sci-fi guest stars so far this season, he's relegated to a bit role. Not to say that he isn't front-and-center to the action, because he is. But as much as he's at the center of the activity, he spends most of the episode inactive.

As you may have guessed by the title, this episode dealt with artifacts relating to Edgar Allan Poe, and there was some clever trickery utilizing Poe's most iconic visions. But the title might allude to something greater: the impending and climactic battle with MacPherson set to take place in next week's finale (is it here already?).

Interestingly enough, even though this was the big episode leading into the finale, it turned out to be little more than a generic bag-it-and-tag-it kind of mission, albeit with a very personal touch. I enjoyed seeing Myka's family and her father's bookstore. We learned a lot about her character and personality just from this short time with her family.

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