Eureka/Warehouse 13 Crossover

The Centennial II-III Room in the Hyatt on Saturday afternoon was full of excitement and energy as the casts from both Eureka and Warehouse 13 came together for an hour of discussion and Q & A from the audience.

It was obvious from the start that the cast members were very comfortable, poking fun at each other. There was also an air of respect among them, each singing praises of another. Throughout the hour, the cast members thanked the audience for their energy, their devotion, and their love for the two series.


One of the most memorable moments was when Tia Carrere suggested that Eddie McClintock and Colin Ferguson wrestle in the mud. The audience started cheering. To add to that, Eddie stood, turned around, and bootie danced the audience. Cheers erupted, and they all wanted more. This will definitely be one of the most talked about panels for years to come.

Will there be more romance between Claudia and Fargo? Will Artie’s evil twin reappear?

Will fans get to experience the ultimate smack-down between Eddie and Colin?

Inquiring minds want to know.

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