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After the recovery of an artifact goes wrong in Illinois, Mrs. Frederick informs Pete that there’s a criminal leak in the warehouse. Now it’s up to Pete and Pete alone to track down the leak. But things go wrong again when he learns the true source of the leak is much worse than he could have ever anticipated. Major developments: As a result of all the recent screw ups, The Regents have decided to take a more hands on approach to Warehouse 13.

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The warehouse is in need a desperate computer upgrade. So Mrs. Frederick sends Eureka resident Douglas Fargo to handle it. But things go horribly wrong when the warehouse computer goes into fail safe mode and locks Fargo, Claudia, and Arty in the warehouse for extermination. Now it’s up to Myka and Pete to find the man who built the warehouse computer system before everyone in it dies a very cold death.

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After dispatching an evil doer in England, the team is sent to Manhattan to solve a case of rapidly aging (then dying) super models. But things go horribly wrong when Myka becomes the victim. It’s now a race against time as the rest of the team tries to stop the bad guy and save Myka at the same time. And so begins another day in the life of team Warehouse 13

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If fans of Battlestar Galactica showed up at Comic-Con this year expecting some Caprica shaking news, they most certainly walked away disappointed. During the panel, storymen Kevin Grazier and Michael Taylor were on hand, along with Composer Bear McCreary, and former-Apollo current-Zarek Richard Hatch served as moderator. When asked about the potential for more movies, the word was that they “weren’t sure how much [they] can say,” but there is an effort to address more stories in a way similar to how The Plan furthered the universal view of all things modern BSG. I’m certain fans can expect more Battlestar movies in the future though, as we were told that “the Universe will continue to give us more adventure in the future.” Also still in the future are new episodes of the SyFy series Caprica, which airs in January, and the November 2010 release of “The Science of Battlestar Galactica.

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Caprica

As expected, SyFy has announced the return of Caprica, the television series prequel to Battlestar Galactica. The second half of the (rather long) first season will debut in January 2011, with the exact date yet to be determined. In season 1.5, the once idyllic world of Caprica – as well as life across the colonies – falls prey to an explosive chain reaction of consequences set off by the characters’ many questionable actions in the season’s first half. Tensions rise, power shifts and the line between reality and the virtual world becomes increasingly blurred as everyone struggles to learn – and conquer – the stakes in this volatile setting. As the season races towards its stunning conclusion, events of each episode lay the framework for the inevitable (and brutal) clash between the newly-created Cylon race and their human creators. A trailer for the second half of the season will be shown at the Caprica panel at Comic-Con on July 23. It will hit the web several days later. [SyFy]

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Warehouse 13

When Claudia tries to make some modifications to the Farnsworth she has been given, she sets off a chain reaction that causes a major crises in the Warehouse’s own backyard. It is up to the team to find out what is causing the strange appearance of points in history, and bring the town back to normal before it all goes boom. But while that is all going on, Leena contacts Mrs. Frederic and with the help of her boss, she tries to uncover what terrible thing MacPherson has done to her mind, before it deteriorates for good.

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Warehouse 13: Mild Mannered

Following the events of the season premiere, the entire Warehouse team is on edge. But that isn’t gonna stop Pete and Myka from heading to Detroit to stop a real life super-hero. But the Warehouse has it’s own problems. Arty is being haunted by the psychic spirit of MacPherson while at the same time Leena and Claudia are at odds after the formerly hypnotized Leena impersonated Claudia, putting her in serious danger.

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Haven

Audrey Parker is an FBI Agent not at odds with the oddities of the world, so when things go off kilter during an assignment in Haven, Connecticut, she doesn’t lose her cool dealing with the local weirdos.  Heck, she even decides to hang around a little longer. Review: SyFy has a couple of quality shows in the line-up already with the great Eureka and the good Warehouse 13, but they’re looking to add one more in Haven, a show that aims to be a little Twin Peaks and a little bit Eureka, with a sprinkle of Stephen King inspiration.

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Warehouse 13: Time Will Tell

Episode: ‘Time Will Tell’ (Season 2, Episode 1) Airs: SyFy, Tuesdays, 9pm Episode synopsis: Following the events of the season one finale, the Warehouse team heads to London to stop MacPherson and H. G. Wells from getting into the most volatile safe in the Warehouse.

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Boiling Point: Pulp Fiction

Robert Fure once again proves he’s angry and full of dirty, dirty words, though surprisingly he manages to be rather civil for 96% of this rant against censorship.

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If you don’t mind Snakes on Your Planes, wait til you get a load of Death Worms in your Mongolia.

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The classic Brothers Grimm tale Little Red Riding Hood seems to be getting a lot of play lately. We’ve been reporting on an Amanda Seyfried-led big screen project that will see the red hood make a comeback. And now today we get word from SyFy that Dr. Horrible star Felicia Day, probably best known for her work on Buffy the Vampire Slayer or in the online web series The Guild, will don the red cape and run from wolves as well.

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The first episode of SyFy’s Caprica, begins in medias res, which is Latin for, “in the middle of a debaucherous virtual nightclub where teens get their jollies by watching the ritualistic sacrifice of their peers.

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