Warehouse 13 (2009–2014)
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The team shares stories of their defining moments. Pete has a hard time accepting the end of Warehouse 13. Claudia has a difficult time accepting her future role as the Warehouse caretaker.

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The team shares stories of their defining moments. Pete has a hard time accepting the end of Warehouse 13. Claudia has a difficult time accepting her future role as the Warehouse caretaker.

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Trivia

Last show of the series See more »

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As the Warehouse-related memories of Pete Lattimer are being displayed, one of them is the scene of his death. Pete died while helping Artie obtain a part of the astrolabe. However, after using the tool to go back in time, Artie was the only one who retained any memory of that time line. See more »

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References The Munsters (1964) See more »

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Warehouse 13 End Credits
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Written by Edward Rogers
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Why?
4 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have been around and watching TV from the 1950s "golden age" until now and one thing I have never been able to understand is why a network will take a well liked (or even loved) show and end it. There have been hundreds over the years, "Night Court", "M.A.S.H.", "Eureka", "Carol Burnett", the original "Star Trek" and "Warehouse 13" to name but a few. If the show is losing popularity and ratings I can understand it but they keep other shows on long past their time. It seems that there is often no rhyme or reason for how the run of a show is determined. In the 60s they canceled the original "Mission: Impossible" and "Hogan's Heroes" even though both were still popular and had high ratings. I sometimes get the feeling that some idiot on the board of directors just gets a burr under his saddle and cancels a show because he feels like it and wants to prove he is doing something.


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