History YMMV / Warehouse13

1st Sep '17 1:57:40 AM Robbyn
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* AccidentalInnuendo: Pete invites Claudia, Myka, and Leena to watch movies with him in his room and mentions his big flat screen TV. He also happens to be in his pajamas.

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* AccidentalInnuendo: AccidentalInnuendo:
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Pete invites Claudia, Myka, and Leena to watch movies with him in his room and mentions his big flat screen TV. He also happens to be in his pajamas.



* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The use of "The Ritual" from "[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Amok Time]]" played during the climatic battle in "Don't Hate The Player".

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The use of "The Ritual" from "[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Amok Time]]" played during the climatic battle in "Don't Hate The Player".



* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: Myka quitting at the end of season 2. Sorry, ''Warehouse 13'', we've done this dance before with ''{{Series/Eureka}}''. You're not going to do it. In the first episode of season 3, she comes back at the end, after helping out with the investigation which just happens to feature a Myka PlotTailoredToTheParty. Her apparant replacement, Steve Jinks, gets to stay though.

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* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt:
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Myka quitting at the end of season 2. Sorry, ''Warehouse 13'', we've done this dance before with ''{{Series/Eureka}}''. You're not going to do it. In the first episode of season 3, she comes back at the end, after helping out with the investigation which just happens to feature a Myka PlotTailoredToTheParty. Her apparant replacement, Steve Jinks, gets to stay though.



* ShipSinking: Usually about once a season or so the show makes a point to remind us that Pete and Myka have no romantic interest in each other whatsoever.
** As of the finale, set sail.
* ShipTease: Pete subconsciously wants Myka to have babies.
** Also frequently with Myka and HG, especially in the scene where HG sneaks Myka into a police station by telling one of her coworkers by explaining that she's trying to "impress a lady" (the lady in question being Myka).
9th Aug '17 7:12:47 PM ProfessorGrimm
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** Artie in Season 4, he's convinced he has to alienate himself from his friends to protect them from Brother Adrian. [[spoiler: Then we find out it was all in his head due to the Astrolabe which caused him to have psychotic breakdown -- the Brother Adrian Artie saw was all in his head. Then while under it's influence Artie kills Leena. Artie trying to cope with the guilt is his main arc in the second half.]]
19th Mar '17 4:12:02 PM Someoneman
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* GeniusBonus: In "[[ChristmasEpisode Secret Santa]]", Claudia offhandedly asks how many piano tuners there could be in the Philadelphia area. This is a reference to the archetypical example of a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fermi_problem Fermi problem]], a form of estimation based on multiplying estimates to obtain a close approximation of an otherwise incomputible answer. The classic Fermi problem is 'How many piano tuners are there in Chicago?'.
** Arguably, the series as a whole; [[Tropers/MortTheGhost this troper]] has often figured out what the artifact is before it is revealed in-show from information remembered from history class.

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In "[[ChristmasEpisode Secret Santa]]", Claudia offhandedly asks how many piano tuners there could be in the Philadelphia area. This is a reference to the archetypical example of a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fermi_problem Fermi problem]], a form of estimation based on multiplying estimates to obtain a close approximation of an otherwise incomputible answer. The classic Fermi problem is 'How many piano tuners are there in Chicago?'.
** Arguably, the series as a whole; [[Tropers/MortTheGhost this troper]] has often figured out On many occasions, it is possible to deduce what the artifact Artifact is before it is revealed in-show from information remembered from history class.shown if you have enough knowledge about its history.
2nd Nov '16 1:29:52 AM nirao01
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Gibson from "Don't Hate Player" is played by a pre-[[Series/TheWalkingDead Walking Dead]] Steven Yeun(Glenn).

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* RetroactiveRecognition: RetroactiveRecognition:
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Gibson from "Don't Hate Player" is played by a pre-[[Series/TheWalkingDead pre-''Series/TheWalkingDead Walking Dead]] Steven Yeun(Glenn).Dead'' Creator/StevenYeun(Glenn).
3rd Aug '16 9:45:14 PM Eagal
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* UnnecessaryMakeover: In "Age before Beauty", Myka gets a makeover to act as an UndercoverModel, but if anything it makes her 'less' attractive, going from [[https://remotelyentertaining.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/warehouse13-1-large-sftv83.jpg?w=1075 appealing]] to [[http://www.mediaoutsiders.com/syfy/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/NUP_139176_0385_jpg-550x364.jpg incredibly plastic]] and generic. Going by the reactions of Pete, this is supposed to be an improvement.

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* UnnecessaryMakeover: In "Age before Beauty", Myka gets a makeover to act as an UndercoverModel, but if anything it makes her 'less' attractive, going from [[https://remotelyentertaining.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/warehouse13-1-large-sftv83.jpg?w=1075 appealing]] to though this was hardly necessary, as Joanne Kelly is plenty attractive without the need for [[http://www.mediaoutsiders.com/syfy/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/NUP_139176_0385_jpg-550x364.jpg incredibly plastic]] and generic. Going by the reactions of Pete, this cookie cutter styles]] that the fashion industry is supposed to be an improvement.infamous for.
10th Jun '16 8:38:42 PM Allan53
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* UnnecessaryMakeover: In "Age before Beauty", Myka gets a makeover to act as an UndercoverModel, but if anything it makes her 'less' attractive, going from [[https://remotelyentertaining.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/warehouse13-1-large-sftv83.jpg?w=1075 appealing]] to [[http://www.mediaoutsiders.com/syfy/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/NUP_139176_0385_jpg-550x364.jpg incredibly plastic]] and generic. Going by the reactions of Pete, this is supposed to be an improvement.
18th May '16 6:27:09 AM Anarquistador
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* AnticlimaxBoss: Due to the final season being cut short, Paracelsus's fate is wrapped up very quickly in the first episode. Makes all the buildup beforehand kind of pointless.

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* AnticlimaxBoss: Due Paracelsus was built up as being the most dangerous threat the Warehouse has ever faced, a rogue Caretaker with incredible powers, extensive knowledge of how to use Artifacts in combination to unlock new abilities, and zero ethical concerns. Unfortunately, due to the final season being cut short, Paracelsus's his fate is was wrapped up very quickly disappointingly quick in the first episode. Makes all the buildup beforehand kind of pointless.episode.
16th Mar '16 9:24:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* SpiritualSuccessor: It's also very similar to Syfy's earlier miniseries ''Series/TheLostRoom''. As well as ''FridayThe13thTheSeries''.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: It's also very similar to Syfy's earlier miniseries ''Series/TheLostRoom''. As well as ''FridayThe13thTheSeries''.''Series/FridayThe13thTheSeries''.
19th Nov '15 12:22:04 PM FF32
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* SpiritualLicensee: This just may be the best ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' TV series we're ever going to get.

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* SpiritualLicensee: SpiritualAdaptation: This just may be the best ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'' TV series we're ever going to get.
30th Sep '15 8:03:58 AM TheUsualSuspect
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*** At least Fargo's visit to the Warehouse was a ''thematic'' crossover, involving a fusion of futuristic technology with artifact magic. Claudia's visit to Eureka was basically pointless. The crisis does not involve an artifact going out of control, she doesn't use any artifacts to save the day, and there's really no point to her being there at all, other than some amusing sexual chemistry between her and Fargo...which is left dangling anyway since she never appears again. They could have replaced her character with some random old girlfriend of Fargo's that we've never seen before and ''nothing would change''.

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*** At least Fargo's visit to the Warehouse was a ''thematic'' crossover, involving a fusion of futuristic technology with artifact magic. Claudia's visit to Eureka was basically pointless. The crisis does not involve an artifact going out of control, she doesn't use any artifacts to save the day, and there's really no point to her being there at all, other than some amusing sexual chemistry between her and Fargo...which is left dangling anyway since she never appears again. They could have replaced her character with some random old girlfriend of Fargo's that we've never seen before and ''nothing would change''. Fargo dismisses Claudia's suggestion that an artifact could be responsible for the trouble stating that "everything in Eureka can be explained with science". This makes absolutely no sense as he has personally witnessed artifacts working and there is absolutely no reason one couldn't end up in Eureka.
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