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The Joy Of... Cosy Sci-Fi

Although this is (sort of) an article about the sci-fi genre as a whole, it’s also a review of two TV shows (“Warehouse 13” and “Eureka”/”A Town Called Eureka” 881 more words

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TV Review - Warehouse 13 - Season 5

Season Five is short but sweet. It’s nice to see a show be able to wrap itself up properly. The last episode could have been a clip show, as the characters explore their defining moments in the Warehouse, but they wrote and created new clips for each of the characters, apart from Pete, who see everything because the Warehouse has given him the chance to be a better person. 294 more words

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TV Review - Warehouse 13 - Season 4

Warning – Spoilers

Season four is the longest series of Warehouse 13, and as such is split into two halves. Saying that though, despite the number of episodes I can’t do a series highlights for this post. 498 more words

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TV Review - Warehouse 13 - Season 3

Warning – Spoilers

The majority of season three is actually a series of very strong stand alone episodes. What has made it stronger is the introduced of Steve Jinks a member of the ATF who also happens to be a human lie detector. 439 more words

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TV Review - Warehouse 13 - Season 2

I love the second series of Warehouse 13, for a similar reason to why I like season two of Eureka; the characters and the premise of the show has been established which means that the writers were able to have more fun with the show and take it to bigger places. 399 more words

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TV Review - Warehouse 13 - Season 1

Warehouse 13 is one of my favourite tv shows, mainly because it takes history and it makes it action packed and fun. Admittedly some of the history can be very obscure (even for me as a historian), but that is what makes it interesting. 497 more words

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