Comic Con Re-Cap: Warehouse 13
Comic Con Re-Cap: Warehouse 13

The San Diego Comic Con was last week, and man was it amazing!  So many things happening, so many people, so much stuff!  Amazing.  Don’t let the name “Comic Con” fool you.  It truly has become a celebration of popular art.  Whether it’s comics, movies, tv, video games, board games, art, you name it, you can probably find it at Comic Con.

But I wasn’t just there to geek out over some of my favorite things for four days.  Nope.  I was there to work.  And part of my job was to sit and talk with some really amazing folks, like the cast of Warehouse 13.  I’ve liked this show from day one, so getting to have some face time with some of the stars of the show was pretty sweet.

The bittersweet part of the round tables was that shortly before Comic Con it was announced that next season would be the last season of Warehouse 13, and it would only be six episodes.  But as you will see, the actors seem pretty satisfied with how things will turn out.

First up, we got to talk with Eddie McClintock, or Pete.


Eddie talks about the pressure of being first on the call list, the final six episodes, the closeness of the cast, and more.  Plus, you get the feeling that Eddie would be way fun to just hang out and have pizza with.  Cool dude.

Next up was Allison Scagliotti, or Claudia.


She was way fun and very funny.  She was the most open about “spoiling” things for the final season.  While she didn’t actually “spoil” anything, she does give some really good insight into Claudia, her relationship with her newly discovered sister, the warehouse itself, and also opens up about what she geeks out about.  Again, super cool person.

Even though there are only six episodes left, after talking with the stars of the show, I’m even more excited to see how things play out next season.



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