You know what's always fascinated me? How different explosions look in real life, rather then on TV. It's way more vibrant, chaotic, and, erm, orange, than TV makes it look. It's also never "cool" to just escape the explosion with a dramatic leap. Explosions kill people. THIS explosion, killed people.
But I'm getting ahead of myself. Let's rewind. My name is Alexis Fossett, but just call me Alex. I was actually born in France. My mother thought It'd be a good idea to hook up with some of the locals in Paris, so I'm blessed with a French father, who I never even had the displeasure of meeting, and an American mother who has a taste for "Escargot". I'd never touch the stuff had I not lived in France for the first 10 years of my life. Well, I …
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We all have those stroy arcs we love, but a show never has the decency to follow through on. Whether it's about two characters getting together, an old enemy rearing their ugly head, or even a cameo showing up again, we just enjoy these events, characters, and situations. However, there are also those story acrs that we don't want any more of. An obnoxious character who ruins things, an overused idea or just a boring story there are those arcs that we don't care if we ever see again. So, which arcs should we see more of, and which ones do we not want any more of in Warehouse 13?
Now, I tend to really hate time travel in shows. It's always just such a cliche. But the W13 episodes where they head back in time, or even show events that happene…
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