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Warehouse 13: "An Evil Within" Review

Last week's premiere restored order to the series after the chaotic events of last season's finale. We see more of the same trend here, as the show continues to gradually make the wrong things right; this time by bringing Jinks back to life. I'm happy to see Aaron Ashmore still has a job, but I'm hoping all this re-writing of history has some serious consequences that raise the stakes for the series. This episode started off well. The team is in good spirits, except for Artie who seems to still carry stress/guilt/fear from all of last week's events. Pete's innocuous "turn back time" comment has an obviously jarring effect on Artie and precludes the reappearance of Brother Adrian, who of course doesn't know that he and Artie met in an alternate timeline. Brent Spiner gets a much better opportunity to explore the role and it's good to see him back on TV. On a separate note, here's a little bit of TV history trivia for you: Saul Rubinek (Artie) and Brent Spiner once worked very closely on an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation called "The Most Toys" (quite a good episode if you haven't seen it). Read More... //www.ign.com/articles/2012/07/31/warehouse-13-an-evil-within-review  

Warehouse 13 explores the difference between self-sacrifice and selfishness [Tv Recap]

If you're willing to risk everything to bring someone back from the dead, does that make you selfish — or utterly selfless? Warehouse 13 delves into that question in last night's episode, "An Evil Within." And to the show's credit, there are no simple answers to be found. At least, not yet. //feeds.gawker.com/~r/io9/full/~3/Kj1_BrX3tSA/warehouse-13-explores-the-difference-between-self+sacrifice-and-selfishness

Warehouse 13 Review: The Walking Dead

Aside from the personal developments and overall plot arc, " An Evil Within " left much to be desired. Let’s start with the bland: the case of the week. Maybe it’s because Artie has a case of the setting-the-clock-back-and-bringing-evil-to-the-world blues, but the investigation really didn’t do much for me. The artifact and concept were fun and unique in bringing Lovecraft’s creations to the world in a different way, but the execution fell flat. I had no real investment and I think it can be chalked up to being the C-plot this week; it just ended up being filler more than anything else. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2012/07/warehouse-13-review-the-walking-dead/