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.


Queer “Canadian”  Primary-Lead Characters

Notable Co-Lead Queer Characters: Cosima Niehaus, Gail Peck, Waverly Earp, Felix Dawkins, Dr. Lauren Lewis, Tamsin, LaFontaine, & Danny Lawrence

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

mfangeleeta  asked:

Hey there I have a question. I read you explanation as to why you think B&W never happened and then your comments about needed to explain what happened. So have you kept up with any of the stars of the show who have said in cons and online that Bering and Wells should have happened? That they wanted it to happen? So Kenny putting a stop to that seems like a powers that be kinda move that went against 4 years of Pete/Myka Brotp cannon. Thoughts?

Well, I know Jaime and Joanne were behind the subtext, they did that intentionally. They wanted it to happen, I think, but to what degree I’m not sure. According to the WH13 wiki, at least Joanne has spoken about Myka’s attraction to Helena in cons.

As for the Brotp thing, since I started the show late I wouldn’t know if it was ever said they’d never end up together. I personally thought that Pyka would end up happening since I started, and also when I watched the show from the beginning. I liked the idea of Bering and Wells just as much, just like I enjoy multi-shipping in any fandom, but to me Pyka felt more likely, at least from my POV.

As for TPTB, I thought people meant it as the network censoring what the show writers wanted to do, and thought Jack Kenny was separate. I believe he spoke about it in the episode commentary of Endless, but I’m not sure. I’m actually in the process of re-watching all of Helena’s episodes for another reason and listening to commentary when available,so hopefully I’ll know for sure soon. I know he’s said it once or twice though.

I do think the show tried to make up for it in Endless when they said Helena broke up with Nate and was now dating a woman named Giselle. I actually preferred her with Nate, if anything, because even though she was with a man, she had a daughter who looked up to her and was incredibly smart and strong, like her. I didn’t see it as an unhealthy way to fill the void Christina left, but what can you do? I like to imagine they parted on good terms though, and that Helena still gets to see Adelaide once in a while.

I hope that answers your question properly. If not, you can clarify what you mean.