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Warehouse 13 (Preview)

Warehouse 13

Season: 
5
Episode: 
Canguki Shisi and Endless
Studio(s): 
Regular Air Date: 
Monday@ 9 ET/PT
Network(s): 
Air Date: 
Monday, May 12, 2014
Grade:
C
Seasons: 
5
Warehouse 13 comes to an end in these final two episodes of the show, Cangku Shisi and Endless, where Myka, Pete, Artie, Claudia and Steve must face off against Valda (Mark Shepard; Doctor Who, Firefly) and save Claudia’s comatose sister from becoming his ultimate weapon. Then in the series finale the crew must come to terms with their adventure coming to an end. 
 
I have to point out up front that I’m not a huge fan of this series. I think I got into it at first because it had some tie-in’s with Eureka, another filler show, and I enjoyed Eureka. Coming back to the series wasn’t all bells and whistles as the first of the final two episodes, Cangku Shisi was both filled with one liners and old plot devices that made me think that this episode, as well as the last, was kind of phoned in. 
 
During the course of Cangku Shisi Pete makes so many poor one-liners it was sad. Since I’m not a big follower of the show maybe that’s just his repertoire but the one liners were so bad I felt embarrassed for Eddie McClintock, who looked not entirely into it. 
 
As per usual the episode felt like a mash up of Square One, Where on Earth Is Carmen San Diego, and Bones. There didn’t seem to be a whole lot of chemistry going on between characters until the finale and even that felt forced. 
 
In endless we find the crew trying to find a way to stop their beloved warehouse from shaking them off like flea’s. Mrs. Irene Frederick pretty much consoles the crew by allowing them to add a memory to a time capsule which ends up making the show finale more of a recap episode (disappointing) and closing almost all of the loops. It didn’t really feel like anyone was really trying to let the show go out with a bang. 
 
The final two episodes of the show will air May 12th and May 19th only on Syfy. If you loved the show no doubt you’ll tune in and spend some happy moments remembering the fun you had with the show and its cast. If you’ve never seen the show before I believe it’s streaming on Amazon Prime if you want to give it a shot. Enjoy.     
AJ Garcia
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