The season premiere of Warehouse 13 starts right where the Season 1 cliffhanger left off, and through the course of the episode it becomes very apparent that not much has changed for the series... yet. The producers seem to be going with an "if it ain't broke, don't try to fix it" approach with this show. But, although there weren't any areas where the series was completely broken, there were certainly a lot of parts that needed to be tweaked and polished. This premiere doesn't show much maturation for the series, but it does certainly maintain the best elements of last season. It's not really a step forwards, or backwards. It's merely a connection between the two seasons, and although that polish is still missing, it works well for what it is.
First, the big unsettled business from last season gets settled - Artie is back just five minutes into the episode. The source of his salvation was, of course, the Phoenix artifact. It was an obvious plot direction, so there were no surprises there. There really aren't many surprises in this story, with the notable exception of some rewritten history and a little bit of gender-bending with H.G. Wells.
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