Warehouse 13: No Pain, No Gain Review Comments - Mania.com



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karas1 8/22/2012 9:52:17 AM

Yeah, the pregnancy angle was a little lame.  But I mostly enjoyed the stuff about the hockey player.

redvector 8/22/2012 12:48:31 PM

I liked the stuff about what causes an artifact to become an artifact. And that it's only when it's misused and becomes corrupted does it have to be confiscated and placed in the Warehouse. I've been wondering about that since season one.

millean 8/22/2012 7:12:36 PM

Haven't had time to read this article yet.  Hope to get to it tomorrow.  Pete is by far my favorite character on this show.  He just looks like he is having the most fun of anyone I've seen on TV in a long time.  (And I'm talking real fun, as enjoyment of what he is doing - not forced comedy like a lot of what we see.)

 

tiffany12 8/23/2012 12:51:05 AM

It owed a couple of things to the comic Iron Man and in turn the Robert Downey Jr. starring film had a few things in common with the 1991 flick. While it was a box-office failure then, it's garnered strong cult status since.

redhairs99 8/23/2012 9:08:17 AM

 I got the feeling that as long as the original owner bears said artifact that it remains harmless.  Only once it passes from the original owner, does it warrant retrieval by the Warehouse Agents.

Anyway, I thougt it was a fun episode.  Sure the pregnancy still was a bit lame, but it served to further strengthen the bond between Myka and Pete.

And good to see those old Stargate actors still getting work on other SyFy shows.

makabriel 8/26/2012 6:51:28 AM

I just have to say, Allison is starting to look a lot like a hotter, younger Gillian Anderson. 

StickStickly 8/28/2012 8:14:59 PM

Warehouse 13 is definitely one of my favorite shows but I have to admit that the pregnancy thing was pretty weird. It didn’t really fit with the overall theme of that episode. True, you get to wish things, but that was a little bizarre. I’ve got my Hopper set up to record all of the remaining episodes and with 2,000 hours of recording space I don’t have to worry about running out of room. I work at Dish so I got to test the Hopper before I got my own and I love it. I really loved the bit about the Hatfield and McCoy guns: it was a really interesting story and definitely deserved a thumbs up.

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