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Warehouse 13: Season 2

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Return to Warehouse 13 for more supernatural mysteries and paranormal adventures with Season Two of Syfy’s most popular series ever! Join Pete, Myka, Artie and their quirky crew on the chase for fantastical new artifacts across the globe and through time. Racing against the clock, these dangerous missions lead them to discover new allies and encounter treacherous old foes…and the unexpected, ultimate new villain. Wildly entertaining and always filled with the fan-favorite inventions and gadgetry, now’s your chance to snag, bag and tag this collectible three-disc set that catalogs and archives twelve action-packed episodes plus top-secret bonus features, including the thrilling Eureka crossover episode, “Crossing Over.”

Special Features

Disc 1:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • A Thrilleromedy
  • Time Will Tell Commentary with Executive Producer Jack Kenny and Series Stars Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek & Allison Scagliotti


  • Disc 2:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • A Stitch in Time
  • Photo Gallery
  • Video Blogs
  • Merge with Caution Commentary with Executive Producer Jack Kenny and Series Stars Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek & Allison Scagliotti


  • Disc 3:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Designing the Warehouse
  • Eureka Crossover Episode: Crossing Over
  • Reset Commentary with Executive Producer Jack Kenny and Series Stars Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek & Allison Scagliotti

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek
    • Format: AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Subtitles: English, French
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 3
    • Rated:
      NR
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Universal Studios
    • DVD Release Date: June 28, 2011
    • Run Time: 525 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,419 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B003L77GWE
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,359 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
    • Learn more about "Warehouse 13: Season 2" on IMDb

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    Format: DVD
    Season 2 finds the Warehouse 13 gang still bag and tagging artifacts with unusual powers. While I wasn't crazy about the first season, season 2 starts strong and gets more interesting and fun with every episode.
    Season 2 starts with a strong plot line, lots of action, and quite a bit of comic relief. The main plot remains the same, ie the team trying to locate an artifact that is playing havoc with reality...or, well, killing people. In season 2 there are finally unifying story lines that connect the episodes, leaving us wanting to see the next piece of the puzzle. The writers have also done a brilliant job of developing the characters and making them feel like a really fun dysfunctional family.

    While I have trouble seeing Agent Lattimer as a secrete service agent his character adds fun, silliness, and life to the show. I'm glad that they didn't pair agents Lattimer and Bering romantically. Their chemistry works as friends but would probably fizzle as a romance. It also gives the show more room to grow if they aren't romantically attached. The writers do a good job playing with subplots as the agents try to maintain romantic relationships outside of work. I especially like when Agent Lattimer was spending the day in bed with his new girlfriend and a crisis had him not only scurrying into work but locking her out of the room 1/2 dressed...did I mention their cover story is that they are IRS agents, what type of life or death crisis's can an IRS agent have.
    The addition of Jamie Murray playing HG Wells has made the show much more interesting and fun. Her character softens the edges of Agent Bering; plus it's really fifty because we don't know if she is good, evil, or something in-between.
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    Ok first ever review I've done.. this show didn't do much for me at first but with every episode it has gotten better and better. I love the women in the show that's a plus for me because as a female myself I hate the over confident annoying look at me I'm perfect chika's on some shows. I hope to see more episodes come to Amazon since I do not have cable tv. Claudia is soo funny and cute making a perfect addition and I hope to see more of newly aquired agent Wells! There seems to be an endless stream of juicy stories that can be made out of so many seemingly plain items and the characters just keep getting richer and richer with each episode as their personalities come through. I certainly hope others give it a second look as I have.
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    Season 2 of WAREHOUSE 13 has its good points... and its not so good points. By now our two U.S. Secret Service agents have gotten acclimated to the weirdness what this Warehouse brung, and our two appealing lead actors Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly keep on obligating me to tune in. My thought going into this season was that this show was still shy of a truly compelling story arc to really propel it over the top. However, the two-part finale to this Season 2 delivers big. I have friends who put down WAREHOUSE 13 because they think it's too addicted to the goofy and lighthearted structure, but it's just one more element that I like about the show. SANCTUARY, for example, is a bit too stuffy. Like my friends.

    Remember last season when Myka Bering was introduced as this driven, tightly wound Secret Service operative? Maybe the biggest discrepancy - this season versus the last - is that Myka has loosened up so much that she's practically a clone of Pete in terms of kooky lightheartedness. Not that I'm complaining. I actually like this shift in character, and there are moments enough in which she reverts back to her intense persona. Conversely, carefree Pete Lattimer gets a crack at romantic stability (and, dammit, it's not with Myka).

    WAREHOUSE 13's hook is irresistible for fans of sci-fi & fantasy, and it's a wide umbrella of a hook that lends potential for the plot to go pretty much anywhere. It's a neat mash-up of THE X-FILES and Indiana Jones, THE LOST ROOM mini-series and TNT's The Librarian movies, and someone somewhere even threw in a MOONLIGHTING reference.
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    After an uneven but promising freshman season, I had high expectations for WAREHOUSE 13's sophomore outing. One improvement is a better integration of the Claudia character into the series, and the nice relationship formed with irascible Artie. Focusing more on the character's personal dramas wasn't especially significant, and many of the episodes were almost like parodies of the series itself. The "crossover" with fellow SyFy series EUREKA was merely a ratings ploy and acted as a romantic tryst for Claudia and EUREKA's resident nerd.
    The artifacts this season: underwear (?!) that transform a normal guy into a dangerous super-hero; a device that makes TV characters come to life; an artifact that ages supermodels into elderly hags; a deadly energy drink that's killing wrestlers; HG Wells time machine; a former warehouse in Egypt; and a deadly trident in the uber-villain's clutches. The cast tries gamely but are sometimes hampered by the oiverly contrived subplots. Saul Rubinek and Allison Scagliotti play off each other well; Jaime Murray (once DEXTER's foe) has a nice accent but making her HG Wells isn't totally plausible; Paula Garces as Pete's love interest bombs; CCH Pounder is like a live cartoon character in a monotonous role; Genelle Williams as Lila is basically superfluous. That leaves Eddie McCormack and Joanne Kelly as Pete and Myka who banter playfully and rescue each other from various artifacts. I got tired of this after the first couple of episodes and found them harder and harder to believe.
    Yes, this is fantasy and the premise of some of the artifacts intriguing. But the FX are fairly pedestrian and the erratic pacing made me feel uninvolved.
    Will Myka return for Season 3? By now, Season 3 has started, but I'll just wait for next year's DVD which I hope will be better.
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