WAREHOUSE 13 "MacPherson" Review Episode 12 (Season Finale)

I just finished watching an advance copy of the season finale of Warehouse 13 episode 12 "MacPherson" airing tomorrow Tuesday September 22 on Syfy (9-10 p.m. ET). I wanted to share an early review of the episode.

The story is less artifact driven and more character driven. MacPhearson is openly trying to sell some artifacts on the open market which obviously grabs the attention of the Warehouse 13 gang.

This leads to some really cool and tension filled moments with Artie, Pete and Myka going toe to toe against MacPhearson, Warehouse style.

The ultimate resolution is unexpected and will affect one of our good guys in a very deadly way. I wish I could tell you more but you have to see it to believe it.

"MacPherson" is by far one of the strongest episodes of Warehouse 13. The only thing I can say is that I am glad that there is a second season because this episode will end with the mother of all cliffhangers.

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Feb 25, 2016 8:48PM EST

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Sep 23, 2009 4:52PM EDT

..... hummm, plausible. gotta say, called the 'twist' ending a mile off. ok not really, but as soon as he made the 'did you forget' comment i knew that was his goal, and as soon as he cat called lena i knew how he was gonna do it (i mean common, when was the last time you saw an intellectual do one? at any point, never mind the situation? way to clearly emphasize the point of "hey, i never seen you before, *wink wink* *nudge nudge*"). however, what i thought was his goal was to get to the bronze age guy's and build an army. hell, thats what i would do. none of them probably play well with others, and i'd have to find a way around that, but still, wicked talented evil army of near geniuses recently freed in a warehouse with expressly labeled supernatural tools? aaaawwwww yea!! whatever though, this could still play out well. slightly more predictable, but hey, adds a new element. so, how long you figure before the team realizes what happened, one episode or two? its possible they could go for three, but that would put the strain on the writers to keep enough going on for them to be distracted from the pretty obvious truth.

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