being human bbcNow that everyone is back from Comic-Con, it's time for me to finally go on summer vacation.

I'm heading out to the Grand Canyon for the first time and, hopefully, I'll be chowing down on a Vulcan Burger at the Red Planet Diner in Sedona, AZ sometime soon. I'm writing this abridged version of TV Geek Week from the road, so click through for this week's sci-fi TV picks.

Warehouse 13, "Claudia": Finally, an Artie-centric ep. Our favorite squirrelly paranormal researcher is kidnapped by a woman who blames him for her brother's death. (Friday, 9 p.m. ET on Syfy. Tune in early to check out the last two episodes starting at 7 p.m.)



Battlestar Galactica, Season 4.5 Marathon: Wake up early to relive the second half of the final season. (Tuesday, starting at 6 a.m., Syfy).

Eureka, "It's Not Easy Being Green": Carter spends more time with his new gal pal and Eureka is hit with a series of goofy mad scientist pranks. (Friday, 9 p.m. ET on Syfy.)



Being Human, "Episode Two": This new series about a vampire, a ghost and a werewolf living together (Mass hysteria!) premiered last night on BBC America. I like the concept, but I wasn't wowed by the series' mix of campy horror and serious relationship drama. This thing is fine summer fun, but it's no Torchwood or True Blood. Episode two sees a new werewolf befriending wolf boy George. (Thursday, 9 p.m. ET on BBC America.)