agentbering replied to your post “So I’m about two episode behind in Warehouse 13, and don’t really have…”

lol I’m watching the last two episodes again right now

I had planned to watch them either this past weekend or this afternoon, and then I got distracted by absolutely nothing and/or work, soooooooooooooo yeah. But even if I did watch them it’s not like I actually have any memory of what happened in the second half of the season. I rewatched “Instinct” the other day and was like, “Wait what THIS STORYLINE ACTUALLY ADVANCED THIS FAR WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT.”

So I’m about two episode behind in Warehouse 13, and don’t really have time/effort to catch up, but still want to watch the premiere tonight so…wikipedia it is. 

Nobody expects the Giles

PETE. PETE YOU JUST CALLED IT A HOAGIE. 

BLESS YOUR SOUL. 

Watched Warehouse 13, am full of emotions. 

mikahbearing replied to your post: Not gonna lie. One of the things that kind of bums…

I NEED HG/CLAUDIA MORE THAN I NEED AIR

324b2-1 replied to your postNot gonna lie. One of the things that kind of bums…

I CRYM YSELF TO SLEEP EVERY NIGHT BC OF THE UNMINED DEPTHS OF THE CLAUDIA/HG RELATIONSHIP
WE COULD’VE HAD IT AAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLL

Not gonna lie. One of the things that kind of bums me out is that because of all of the processing about Bering and Wells in that episode, there is not nearly enough freaking out on my dash about Claudia smelling goddamn apples.

APPLES YOU GUYS. 

No but my brain keeps on fixating on the way that Helena opens up Myka’s door for her in the final scene. Because the first time that I watched it, I mostly interpreted it as, “Damn, Helena, you suave victorian you.” 

Except that now, because my brain is in full-on angst mode thanks to you fuckers, all I can focus on is the hand that Helena places on her back as Myka is getting into the car, like she’s trying to push her in, push her away. 

Because the second that she hugged her she could feel her resolve to stay away breaking, and it’s only after she gets Myka into the car, with the door between them, that she can keep on pretending that she’s absolutely okay with letting her go. 

Combined off the cuff rambly response to the episode, and some general feelings about Warehouse 13 as a whole.

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Okay but on the other hand Claudia let me love you down.