Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Enterprise is Great, May 17, 2013.
When it finishes I'll miss Haven a lot more than I will Warehouse...
There was Pete saying "I love this job" (or whatever he said throughout the episode) too.
<edit>No, what he said VVVVV </edit>
At the end, the camera panned up to the starry sky above the Warehouse as the mantra "Endless wonder" was repeated over and over by different voices . . . . whom I'm guessing were the cast and crew.
That's right. Clearly it deeply affected me. lol
That was mentioned way to much the last minutes of the show...ya we get it. LO
Given the sort of rushed nature of the final season and trying to cram in an arc as well into these final episodes, they did as best as they could. Using a "fake" clip show was a neat way for them to reflect on where everyone ended up.
For someone that thought this series had lost it's way, I found the finale very satisfying.
Not bad, not bad at all.
It will be missed... great show for what it was.
I have to admit, the finale's scenes from 19th cent London made me curse the loss of the "Steam Punk Warehouse 12" spinoff they used to talk about.
At least we know H.G.'s compatriot, Agent Kipling, made a name for himself after the Warehouse moved to America.
Tell me about it!
Yup, it sucks and blows. Stupid SyFy!
Wow! Quoting President Whitmore from Independence Day. That's not something you read everyday.
And Bill Pullman was cute there, as in "Whole You Were Sleeping.". To see him REALLY funny, watch "Ruthless People."
Bender: GIVE THE BAG TO BOZO, DROP THE GUN, AND PUT YOUR HANDS IN THE AIR!
Earl: Who said that?
Walter: This could very well be the stupidest person on the face of the earth. Perhaps we should shoot him.
Bender: IT'S THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.
Maybe THAT'S the kickstarter campaign we need to get behind.
Warehouse 12 is in trouble.
HG Wells has gone rogue after the death of her daughter,
Somehow the Caretaker of Warehouse 12 uses HG's time machine to recruit agents from the future to help capture/kill her.
It's a future Pete that captures her, a future Artie that convinces the Regents to spare her life and a future Myka that convinces HG to accept bronzing as an alternative to death.
Anything to see those cute glasses on HG and her version of Artie again.
I'm on board for that. Or pretty much anything else Warehouse 13-- or Warehouse 12.
Maybe they should revive The Lost Room and tie W13 into it. Or would that be redundant?
I liked Lost Room, but not as much as Warehouse 13-- but if that's what it takes....
A seriously underrated film.
That was partly intended as a joke. I thought I heard that W13 was directly based, or at least inspired, from The Lost Room. But checking online again, I don't see a lot of confirmation.
W13 owes a lot to the old Friday the Thirteenth tv series as well.
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