Written by Ellis Ian Fields
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Topics: TV, Science Fiction

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

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An invisible artifact.

Furious TV science fiction fans are up in arms again following the disappearance of another of their favourite shows from the schedules.

Warehouse 13 features secret service agents Myka Bering and Pete Lattimer who track down powerful and dangerous artifacts to keep be stored in the mysterious eponymous building.

Two episodes of season two were being shown every Tuesday on the SyFy Channel until this week when the show disappeared from the schedule.

Craig Eejit, of the organisation Sci-Fi Fans Do It - Honest, told us: "Here we go again - halfway through a bloody season and they stop showing something we're all into. Those bastards just don't care!

"It's not even as if they can quote that American mid-season break crap again because these are repeats.

"We got bloody close to going down there and showing them just what we thought last time something like this happened. Well now, well ... we've a jolly good mind to do something again.

"It's just as well Stargate Universe is back - but what have they done to Rush? He's almost nice to people."

A SyFy source told us: "Oh by Hrothgar's celestial mutilator! Not this again! Look, sorry, but there were only 13 episodes to series two. That's it... no more. It's finished.

"The new season starts later in the year. No of course we won't tell you when - it'll be a few weeks before you realise it's on and you'll join it a couple of episodes before the mid-season break...ha ha ha ha ha!"

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