me: wh13


I mean seriously, its got everything this website always bitches about other shows missing.

Strong Female Leads (actually more female leads than males)

Important POC (one of which is actually in charge of the entire warehouse)

Openly homosexual character who is not just a token gay, or a stereotype in any way, and is written no differently than any other character except that he is gay.

An openly BISEXUAL character

Umong others are Artie who is Jewish, the Regents (Who are basically like the board of trustees in charge of making decisions) are all middle class, blue collar workers (because governments and rich corporations cant be trusted with that kind of power) There are no flat  characters, everyone is written extremely well. Even the antagonists can be sympathized with. and the “Good Guys” don’t always make good decisions. Everyone is a person, who makes both good and bad decisions, each character has their own personal motives and insecurities and internal battles to face that are ALWAYS PRESENT even when its not the central focus of the episode. (which is not always the case with TV shows).

everyone’s backstory is EXTREMELY detailed and well thought out, and that plays to their character’s insecurities and such.

And not to mention they totally say fuck you to gender roles.

Oh and mark Sheppard is in it too.

So yeah basically everyone needs to go watch warehouse 13 right now its a super amazing show and you will absolutely love it.

You know there are moments in the first season where Pete and Myka as the ultimate end game almost make sense. Then you see HG and Myka meet and they are so fucking gay that they become the only true possibilty.
Like if they’d never done the HG storyline. Or maybe just if they’d cast anyone other than Jaime Murray so that we’d never have seen her and Joanne Kelly’s chemistry things would be so different.
It’s really, really easy to see how Pete and Myka would have grown into a convincing romantic relationship. They’d have just stayed on the course set up in season one and violà a plain but reliable hetrosexual couple.
But the HG storyline and Jaime Murray did happen and once you have that much chemistry on screen there’s no convincing way to come back from that.
Sure you can still have your hetros but deep down you’d know. Myka’d invite HG to the wedding. HG would show up and the eyesex would be so intense in that moment that Pete would just be like “ok folks slight change of plans, turns out Mykes and HG are the ones getting hitched, Claudia go over there and be HG’s maid of honour, I’ll take your spot and be Mykas.” And that’s how the story they’d tell their future kids about how their wedding day.

I'm rewatching 2x07 of Warehouse 13 aka the second episode HG is in and I had forgotten how gay this show was...

Like, Myka and HG have 100% no clue of what personal space is, “Agent Wells, she is working under me”, Myka believing in HG, HG saving Myka with a Grappling Hook, later giving said Grappling Hook to Myka with a note, the ending of the episode paralleling Pete and his love interest, Artie and his love interest with Myka and Helena…

THIS WAS JUST THE SECOND EPISODE THAT HELENA APPEARED!!!! How are they not endgame????? 😭😭😭😭

Post Season 5. Myka, Pete and Helena have been reunited for their first mission in some time. Tension is a little high as the artifact chase has them following a familiar traveling carnival that has desires of its own with horrible consequences.

>>> Illustrated Misdeeds by Felix_27

“And scene” Hey Warehouse fans, want to know something super heartbreaking? It’s tumblr. Of course you do. This was the last scene filmed of Warehouse 13 ever. Claudia dancing and saying this. Then she collapses on the floor and screams “BEST JOB EVER!” The whole warehouse teams joins in the chant and that’s the last scene ever filmed for this show. Everything I have seen about the Warehouse cast, especially if it involves Allison, shows me how much they loved their job. They loved their roles. They loved their characters and their friends. Maybe they miss them as much as we do.