Two episodes in, and I’m loving Warehouse 13.
It’s got something that’s special, and if you can’t see what it is it’s going to be impossible for me to explain. Still, I’ll try. It’s care. Care and love. From the design of the gadgets to the effect of this week’s main object to the way a physical confrontation plays out, the show is making smart choices.
I suspect this show will keep me surprised and entertained for quite some time.
Quite simply, it feels like something I would write.
Currently, Warehouse 13 is my show.