The Warehouse team pursues an artifact collector who is trying to gather together sculptures of the four elements thinking they will enable him to find the secret to obtaining god-like powers.

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The Warehouse team pursues an artifact collector who is trying to gather together sculptures of the four elements thinking they will enable him to find the secret to obtaining god-like powers.

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The portrait seen in the library at the B&B, of a girl's face with a tree imposed upon it, is a piece called 'Ophelia' by Canadian artist Lyse Marion. See more »

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The is a missing black pawn on the side of the table. This was done to make the illusion that black was winning but in reality the material is tied. See more »

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[Claudia moves in on Artie's chess game with himself]
Artie Nelson: No, no, no no, no!
Claudia Donovan: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah! Check!
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References I Love Lucy (1951) See more »

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Only You
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Performed by Portishead
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Worn out phrases and longing gazes…
5 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The problem, as I see it, is that these writers just don't know how to tell a story. In a better show, such as The Lost Room or The X-Files, by the time these earthshaking secrets were revealed, we would have been dying to see what comes next. In this show there is no sense of mystery. There is no anticipation. There is no growing curiosity to understand how it could all tie together.

When the secrets are finally revealed, there is no sudden comprehension. Let's face it: fireworks are kind of boring if they are devoid of meaning. That's why they are set off at New Years Eve and the Fourth of July and not just any old time of year.

One of the really great moments in television was in the show Lost when we finally saw the Black Rock. Now there was a good example of setting up a sense of mystery and suspense. We kept hearing about it and wondering what it was. When we finally found out, it was an enormous shock and created an even greater sense of mystery. Warhorse 13 just doesn't have any of that; none at all. Things just happen. True, they are spectacular things, but they are basically just fireworks devoid of meaning. Gaudy special effects have been around for a long time now. They just won't win an audiences heart any more.

If you are looking for a good new Sci-Fi show (and not a SyFy...sigh...fie) anther one called Defying Gravity is infinitely better than Warhorse 13.


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