History YMMV / Warehouse13

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.
30th Mar '15 10:00:17 AM nombretomado
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* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: Myka quitting at the end of season 2. Sorry, ''Warehouse 13'', we've done this dance before with ''{{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: Myka quitting at the end of season 2. Sorry, ''Warehouse 13'', we've done this dance before with ''{{Eureka}}''.''{{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.
23rd Mar '15 11:12:24 PM Eagal
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* NarmCharm: Claudia and Claire bond over..."When I Grow Up" by Music/{{Garbage}}. It works, somehow, though.
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* NarmCharm: NarmCharm: ** Claudia and Claire bond over..."When I Grow Up" by Music/{{Garbage}}. It works, somehow, though.though. ** "Savage Seduction" has the crew pulled into a [[SoapWithinAShow Spanish language telenovella]], which is just as melodramatic as you would expect. It's glorious.
28th Feb '15 4:08:16 PM ablackraptor
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* AssPull: A number of points in the final season, as well as Season 4's final few episodes leading up to it. Notably, Claudia having a sister who was effected by an artifact that Artie dealt with (which needlessly convolutes her backstory), Myka and Pete being 'in love', Artie's son, Claudia no longer wanting to be Caretaker (which seems to get resolved off-screen).

** The CGI of the show's earlier seasons, particularly whenever they show them near fire. [[SpecialEffectsFailure Its...distractingly bad]].

* SeasonalRot: Season 5 isn't held in very high regard with the fandom, thanks to being only six episodes long, not having a very engaging storyline, rendering Myka's [[spoiler:cancer]] storyline from the previous season totally meaningless and forcing Pete and Myka together at the last minute. Even the showrunners weren't happy with how things turned out, as ExecutiveMeddling forced their hand on many of the issues mentioned.
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* SeasonalRot: Season 5 isn't held in very high regard with the fandom, thanks to being only six episodes long, not having a very engaging storyline, storyline (which had the effect of making Claudia's backstory needlessly convoluted), rendering Myka's [[spoiler:cancer]] storyline from the previous season totally meaningless and forcing Pete and Myka together at the last minute. Even the showrunners weren't happy with how things turned out, as ExecutiveMeddling forced their hand on many of the issues mentioned.

** Also how they wrote H.G. off the show -- despite her and Myka being a FanPreferredCouple for a large number of fans, she gets shipped off to a marriage in suburbia, hitched to a guy we've never heard of before.
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** Also how they wrote H.G. off the show -- despite her and Myka being a FanPreferredCouple for a large number of fans, she gets shipped off to a marriage in suburbia, hitched to a guy we've never heard of before. They do mention in the finale that her and the boyfriend broke up and that she's now dating an unidentified woman though.

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** Also how they wrote H.G. off The finale presents us with several scenarios where each one of the show -- despite her and agents proved themselves (Claudia stopping an invasion of tap dancers, Myka going undercover in a Desperate Housewives-like suberbia and fighting ninjas, Steve, HG, and Claudia saving Artie from a tiny clock in his heart, etc)...but we only see flashbacks to their resolutions. While it at least avoided being just a FanPreferredCouple clipshow or anything, it was somewhat grating considering how each one could have made for a large number of fans, she gets shipped off an interesting episode. In particular, when one realizes that in Steve's case, its the only time him and HG actually come close to a marriage in suburbia, hitched to a guy we've never heard of before.interacting.

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** Also how they wrote H.G. off Steve's reconciliation with his mother, and his breakdown over the show -- despite fact he still can't come to terms with his sister's death, or get past his anger at her and Myka being a FanPreferredCouple for a large number of fans, she gets shipped off to a marriage in suburbia, hitched to a guy we've never heard of before.killer. Damn, Aaron Ashmore can make you cry.

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** Also how they wrote H.G. off All of the show -- despite her main characters, when you look at the backstories we're given about them. They all have dead lovers/siblings/parents, broken old romances, and Myka being a FanPreferredCouple for a large number general issue with making friends thanks to all of fans, she gets shipped off to a marriage in suburbia, hitched to a guy we've never heard of before.them having some social issues, and that's without the alcoholism, mental institution, troubled family life, or BlessedWithSuck superpowers. It makes them bonding together so tightly all the more heartwarming.
19th Feb '15 4:32:57 PM ablackraptor
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** Larry 'Noodle' Newley from the Christmas special is also played by a pre-''Series/Arrow'' Paul Blackthorne (Quinten Lance).
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** Larry 'Noodle' Newley from the Christmas special is also played by a pre-''Series/Arrow'' pre-''Series/{{Arrow}}'' Paul Blackthorne (Quinten Lance).
19th Feb '15 3:47:55 PM ablackraptor
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* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: Myka quitting at the end of season 2. Sorry, ''Warehouse 13'', we've done this dance before with ''{{Eureka}}''. You're not going to do it. ** She reappears, without explanation, in the ChristmasEpisode. *** WordOfGod is that the ChristmasEpisode is set out of sequence, between "Merge With Caution" and "Vendetta." (Though one wonders where all that snow went so fast...) **** No doubt the ChristmasEpisode was simply delayed to air during Christmas season, anyway. ** The jury is obviously still out on this, but Aaron Ashmore has been hired to play Myka's replacement in Season 3. Whether or not it takes, though, is obviously up in the air for now. *** 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. Looks like Jinks is staying for a while at least maybe.
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* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: Myka quitting at the end of season 2. Sorry, ''Warehouse 13'', we've done this dance before with ''{{Eureka}}''. You're not going to do it. ** She reappears, without explanation, in the ChristmasEpisode. *** WordOfGod is that the ChristmasEpisode is set out of sequence, between "Merge With Caution" and "Vendetta." (Though one wonders where all that snow went so fast...) **** No doubt the ChristmasEpisode was simply delayed to air during Christmas season, anyway. ** The jury is obviously still out on this, but Aaron Ashmore has been hired to play Myka's replacement in Season 3. Whether or not it takes, though, is obviously up in the air for now. *** 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. Looks like Jinks is staying for a while at least maybe.Her apparant replacement, Steve Jinks, gets to stay though.

*** [[spoiler: They have the means of bringing one person back to life with the metronome]], and the last moment of the season is an TheEndOrIsIt, with [[ChekhovsGun an artifact being pulled out]].

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*** [[spoiler: They have ** Larry 'Noodle' Newley from the means of bringing one person back to life with the metronome]], and the last moment of the season Christmas special is an TheEndOrIsIt, with [[ChekhovsGun an artifact being pulled out]].also played by a pre-''Series/Arrow'' Paul Blackthorne (Quinten Lance).
18th Dec '14 1:20:25 PM MorttheGhost
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** 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.
8th Dec '14 3:59:27 AM gfrequency
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* SeasonalRot: Season 5 isn't held in very high regard with the fandom, thanks to being only six episodes long, not having a very engaging storyline and forcing Pete and Myka together at the last minute.
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* SeasonalRot: Season 5 isn't held in very high regard with the fandom, thanks to being only six episodes long, not having a very engaging storyline, rendering Myka's [[spoiler:cancer]] storyline from the previous season totally meaningless and forcing Pete and Myka together at the last minute.minute. Even the showrunners weren't happy with how things turned out, as ExecutiveMeddling forced their hand on many of the issues mentioned.

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* SeasonalRot: Season 5 isn't held in very high regard with ** Also how they wrote H.G. off the fandom, thanks to being only six episodes long, not having a very engaging storyline and forcing Pete show -- despite her and Myka together at the last minute.being a FanPreferredCouple for a large number of fans, she gets shipped off to a marriage in suburbia, hitched to a guy we've never heard of before.
15th Sep '14 11:06:24 AM zornslemon
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** 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).
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