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Warehouse 13: "Past Imperfect" Review

After last week's exciting ending, I expected to see the overarching plot  finally  move forward. That didn't happen here, but as the song goes: You can't always get what you want, but sometimes you get what you need. And although this story isn't what I wanted, it's certainly what this series needed – an exciting, dramatic story with plenty of twists and turns.  The story didn't waste any time setting the tone, and in the opening minutes we knew we were going to have a deep murder mystery plot focused on Myka's past. This story gave us a chance to see more of Myka's exceptional attention to detail, along with some other aspects Myka's personality.  Joanne Kelly  takes a prominent position in this one and does a great job portraying pretty much every every emotional state the character has, all in one episode. It starts with funny, irreverent  Myka  then quickly shifts to serious, "impulsive" Myka, and ends with sad emotional Myka. Kelly hasn't really had many opportunities to spread her acting wings this season, but she really took advantage of this chance and knocked it out of the park.  Read More... //tv.ign.com/articles/118/1189743p1.html?RSSwhen2011-08-23_100800&RSSid=1189743&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ignfeeds%2Ftv+%28IGN+TV%29

WAREHOUSE 13 Recap: ‘Past Imperfect’

Sometimes I find it hard to fairly analyze an episode of WAREHOUSE 13. It appeals to a wide audience, and I’m not a sci-fi expert or anything like that, so I realize there might be elements to an episode like "Past Imperfect" that I just don’t "get." But even beyond all of that, this episode [...] //www.givememyremote.com/remote/2011/08/23/warehouse-13-recap-past-imperfect/

Warehouse 13 Review: "Past Imperfect"

In a lot of ways, Season 3 of Warehouse 13 has been about Myka, her journey back to being an agent and in her redemption. "Past Imperfect" was more about the latter. Myka has a lot of weight on her shoulders. One of the main reasons she decided to take the job as a Warehouse agent was because of Sam’s death. Because of Sam, Myka erected walls and closed off her emotions. She became cautious and analytical. For Myka, closure regarding Sam allows her to truly begin healing and moving forward in her personal and professional lives. Although I honestly don’t care when (if ever) Pete and Myka get together. I’m 99% sure we’ll get something before this season is over. There have been too many hints and callbacks. Both Pete and Myka have gotten closure on their past loves, they’ve helped each other emotionally and there’s been plenty of try-too-hard friendship moments. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/08/warehouse-13-review-past-imperfect/

WAREHOUSE 13 “Past Imperfect” Review

WAREHOUSE 13  "Past Imperfect" Season 3 Episode 7 – This week on the SyFy hit  WAREHOUSE 13 , the writers took us on a little journey into Myka’s past. She and Pete were at a train station inColorado , where Myka was initially stationed as part of the Secret  Service. While trying to pick up an artifact (a railroad spike? I was unclear), Myka spots the man that was responsible for shooting and killing her former partner , Sam. The twist? Myka and Sam were involved, and Myka still blames herself for his death. "Past Imperfect" used flashbacks to Myka and Sam’s past to show us how the story played out, and to lead us down the path of "OMG! Leo (the shooter) actually has possession of an artifact that can stop time!" Meanwhile, on a farm in Wisconsin, Claudia and Jinks are on the hunt for another artifact. This time, it’s a doorknob that was part of sweatshop where a slew of women were killed in a fire. The door was locked, and when the fire broke out, all their pain and suffering was poured into the door knob, creating this artifact. Read More... //www.daemonstv.com/2011/08/23/warehouse-13-past-imperfect-review/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+daemonstv+%28Daemon%27s+TV%29