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Warehouse 13: "Trials" Review

If there's one word I would use to describe this episode, it's "mature". This story shows a remarkable maturity in the script, the acting, and the overall tone. It may lack a lot of the humor and irreverence the series is known for, but it leaves much more of an emotional impression.   Early on in the episode, there's a dramatic voice-over with   Myka which gives us a little peek into her motives, and it explores some things that weren't touched on in the season opener. I'm still a little disappointed that she's back so soon, but watching her deal with the factors that made her leave makes for good drama.   Read More... //tv.ign.com/articles/118/1182497p1.html?RSSwhen2011-07-19_104700&RSSid=1182497&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ignfeeds%2Ftv+%28IGN+TV%29

WAREHOUSE 13: ‘Trials’ Recap

Over the years, WAREHOUSE 13 has gotten a lot of praise for being the kind of show a family can watch together, and season three is shaping up in the same way. A large portion of that is a result of the writers and actors and showrunners PURPOSEFULLY relying on family elements and experiences for their characters. Sure, not everything in the warehouse is "happy" this season, but isn’t that what a family is like too? When someone leaves — for whatever reason — the dynamic changes. Myka is learning that as she reintegrates herself back with the other warehouse agents. When someone new joins a family — for whatever reason — the dynamic changes again, and Steve Jinks is finding himself a catalyst for change. And I like it. I like the new and slightly edgy push-pull between Pete and Myka, and even if it doesn’t end with romance (like we sort of talked about last week), it will end with some good character development and that is never bad. Eddie McClintock (Pete) and Joanne Kelly (Myka) were pitch perfect with their subtlety in this episode, proving they still have what it takes to keep a show on the air.   Read More... //www.givememyremote.com/remote/2011/07/19/warehouse-13-trials-recap/

Warehouse 13 Review: "Trials"

Wow, " Trials " was a really emotionally packed episode, wasn’t it? I honestly wasn’t expecting this much from a Warehouse episode. But don’t get me wrong I loved every minute of it. The amount of ground covered in this single episode felt like it was enough material for a few more episodes at least. I can only imagine how much storytelling ground the writers have decided to cook up and cover for the reason of the season. Getting back to the episode I was a little reluctant to see the team splinter off and go do their respective missions. You can blame that bad taste in my mouth from what happened on Chuck, but I digress. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/07/warehouse-13-review-trials/