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Warehouse 13 Season 4 Review The Truth Hurts

Last night’s season finale of Warehouse 13 managed to capture all of the good and bad things that I’ve noted this season. I’m feeling optimistic about next season, so let’s start with the good. Paracelsus/Sutton. It looks like Peracelsus will be coming back next season! At the end of the episode, he’s gained control of the Warehouse (more on that later) and all of its artifacts. But sadly, it looks like we’ve probably seen the end of Sutton. After one lackluster attempt to bring his brother to justice, Sutton realizes that mortality comes with some significant drawbacks – like bullet wounds. Sutton and Nick reconcile and the two head off into the sunset. Though, Sutton has to complain in parting that the Regents have given him the terrible new name, "Ned." I kind of wish they’d named him Randy. Just as a nod to the Buffy fans. I loved seeing Anthony Head and James Marsters back on screen together. And even though Head does a fantastic job of playing a villain (like in Merlin), he will always be Giles in my heart. Which is probably why I found myself pulling for him when he did his sad, "The Regents will imprison me," spiel. READ MORE...

Warehouse 13 Review: One Life to Live

" The Truth Hurts " is a mostly quiet outing for a Warehouse season finale. Placing more emphasis on relationships, dynamics, and emotions than flashy explosions and special effects. And it’s a stronger season finale because of them. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2013/07/warehouse-13-review-one-life-to-live/

Warehouse 13 Season 4 Finale Review: Bringing Down the House

Oh, Warehouse 13 , always with the really great finales to (sort of) make up for seasons that sag in the middle. I knew I could count on you to be (mostly) awesome in the end. Read More... //www.tv.com/news/warehouse-13-season-4-finale-review-bringing-down-the-house-137332410622/