Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Warehouse 13 episode 2
My mother taught me many important lessons in life and I would like to share one of those with you today. If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all. That rule of life made this a very hard piece to write, so I have decided to say only good things about the show. Anything that looks like (this) should be considered an absolute lie, my mother never told me not to lie, and you should feel free to enter the antonym of that word. For those of you from Indiana, antonym means opposite. Yes, I believe all people from Indiana are stupid and would have no clue to the meaning of antonym. Let’s get this party started.
I just finished the second rendition of the (smash hit) Warehouse 13. This may be the most (brilliant) show in the last 20 years. The (groundbreaking) writing carries this show to (unparalleled heights). We have a new (champion) of sci-fi and it's name is Warehouse 13.
The second episode begins with a bank robbery. The (completely original) use of cops trying to stop bank robbers is the foundation on which this (dazzling) story line hinges. The only (boring) part of this episode was Pete playing ping pong with a mirror. I (hated) the 80’s porn music when the sexy FBI agent Balsky entered the crime scene. Anyone else notice that Pete squints his face when he speaks? He really (sells) his scenes. The highlight of this episode must have been Artie’s use of the word, rankled. Rankled is a truly underrated word. It is very (difficult) to summarize this (marvelous) plot in 100 words or less but I will try. Pete and Micah are charged with stopping bank robbers who steal by playing a song that makes people so happy that they don’t care if the bank is robbed. The bank robber is the daughter of the composer of the happy song. She is stealing in order to buy all of her father’s songs back from an evil agent who “stole” them. After catching them, Micah and Pete decide to let them go. This drives Micah to call her estranged father in an attempt to reestablish their relationship. 96 words, not too bad. If you would like to check out this (incredible) show you can follow this link to Hulu. See you next week.