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After the world is morphed into a horrible and unrecognizable place – one where the Library never existed – it's up to Baird to bring the Librarians together before this bleak, knowledge-less world becomes the new reality.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The Librarians from 763 votes.
The Librarians' two-front battle comes to a head when the Library is simultaneously infiltrated by DOSA and Apep. Flynn, Baird, Stone, Cassandra, Ezekiel and Jenkins must all put aside their differences in an attempt to save the Library, the world and themselves.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The Librarians from 1286 votes.
The Librarians discover that Prospero's renewed magic is wreaking havoc with the technology of the world. He is recreating an idyllic forest utopia, whether we want one or not. In order to stop him, Flynn and Baird must travel back to 1611, while the rest of the team battles Prospero in the present. Little do they realize that they can only defeat Prospero in each time by finding a way to work together – separated by five centuries.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The Librarians from 1068 votes.
A rash of people spontaneously combusting leads the Librarians to a holistic spa run by vampires, who have discovered the secret to walking in the sun.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The Librarians from 1352 votes.
The Clipping Book sends the team to a high-tech research facility, where the researchers have been turned into mindless monsters by some bizarre power source in the center's lab. When they disconnect the artifact, however, they find themselves stuck in a time loop.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The Librarians from 1121 votes.
When Jenkins body-switches with a 28-year-old slacker named Jeff, he must find his way back into the Library to correct the mistake. But he will need a team to do it, and enlists the help of Jeff’s hapless Dungeons & Dragons friends. Can they make it in time, before Jeff destroys the Library?
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The Librarians from 753 votes.
When the Monkey King's sacred homeland of Shangri-La is taken over by a ruthless collector of magical artifacts, the balance of the Universe is put in jeopardy, forcing all the Librarians to come together to help save the imperiled land… at what could be a terrible cost.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The Librarians from 1226 votes.
When Dulaque changes the course of Fate, Baird starts moving through alternate timelines, each showing the changing destinies of the Librarians – and her own inevitable doom.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The Librarians from 947 votes.
When Baird goes after Nicole Noone in an attempt to repair her rift with the Library, she ends up joining Nicole in a mission to retrieve a dangerous artifact before it falls into the hands of Russian grave robbers. But can she convince Nicole to forgive the Library and return home with her? Or, will Nicole open Baird's eyes to the dangers of a Guardian dedicating herself, heart and soul, to the Library?
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The Librarians from 802 votes.
After seeing a vision of her own death at the hands of a supernatural assassin, Baird tries to cheat fate and stop the deadly prophecy from coming true.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The Librarians from 1428 votes.
When a secret sect of the Vatican Church unearths an ancient map detailing the locations of the four cornerstones of the Library of Alexandria (the original Library), it’s up to Flynn and the Librarians – with the help of an unexpected ally – to stop them before the stones can be used to destroy the Library.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The Librarians from 1011 votes.
The obnoxious Cindy Kroger has suddenly become super-popular thanks to a magical love potion. The Librarians must stop her before she launches a love missile that would force the whole world to become her fan base.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The Librarians from 1347 votes.
The team has scattered, all living the ideal versions of their lives. Soon these “strangers” are drawn together to solve a supernatural mystery – the appearance of Ariel, the sprite bound to Prospero's service. Can the Librarians do what no other human has ever been able – turn their backs on their own ultimate happy endings?
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The Librarians from 1057 votes.
In order to stop the spread of Pure Evil, the team must find the Eye of Ra and unravel the mystery of The Bermuda Triangle. Flynn must also pass a series of tests that will help him find the eye and reveal a great deal about himself.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The Librarians from 1376 votes.
While chasing one of the Library's missing artifacts, Flynn is kidnapped by a mysterious stranger with both amnesia and a collection of all the Library's missing artifacts. Soon all of them are in pursuit of the Staff of Zarathustra before it falls into the hands of Prospero.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The Librarians from 1164 votes.
When people begin suffering the effects of accidents and sins in which they have not actually been involved, the team tracks the connection to the perpetually young Dorian Gray, whose magic now works on selfies.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The Librarians from 1136 votes.
A Librarian from the past teams up with the Librarians of the present to take down an ancient and powerful enemy let loose in the modern day. When superfan Flynn is met with the prospect of teaming with his Librarian hero Darrington Dare, he could not be more excited, until Darrington leaves the Librarians with this dire warning: There can be only one Librarian – ignore at your own peril.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The Librarians from 825 votes.
When dissension threatens the group, Baird takes the Librarians to a charismatic self-help guru’s team building camp on the edge of a forest where people have been mysteriously disappearing. Is there a monster in the woods? Or is something more sinister going on? And can the Librarians get their team mojo back in time to defeat it?
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The Librarians from 804 votes.
A routine artifact retrieval is anything but when the artifact grafts itself to Cassandra. Meanwhile a blizzard forces Stone and Cassandra to take shelter at a mysterious hotel that is hosting a demon convention, who want the artifact for themselves.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The Librarians from 1443 votes.
Students start disappearing at Wexler College, an institution started by a mad historian/architect who believed in alternate dimensions. When the Librarians arrive, they discover a young student from the physics department is investigating the bizarre occurrences on her own. Meanwhile, Cassandra gets an offer that's difficult to turn down.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The Librarians from 1145 votes.
Last updated: feb 21, 2021
This is going to be as spoiler free as possible. This was written following Ep 3 - And the Horns of a Dilemma. And this will hopefully help you make up your minds about whether to watch the show or not. Now, the general plot is this; There is a building called the Library which houses magical items which the Librarian - Flynn Carsen - retrieves and protects. After Flynn and Eve have a chance encounter in Berlin, the Library - which sends out magical invites to potential employees - invites her to work for it as a Guardian. Flynn's guardian, to be more precise. Together the two of them discover that someone is killing off all the potential replacement Librarians, and they find and rescue the only three that are still alive; Ezekiel Jones, Jake Stone, and Cassandra Cillian. So, what can you expect from this show? *Firstly, a reminder that it's a TV show, so every episode has a set budget - this means that the special effects aren't always fantastic. Just try to look past that. *Sometimes the acting is a little clunky, and the writing is too. Writing-wise they need to find their groove, sometimes they use humor and it falls flat, sometimes they use humor and it's actually kinda funny. They just need to find what works. Acting-wise - some of these guys are somewhat new to the game, give them some time they'll get better. Everyone has to start somewhere, right? *Action, fighting, mystery, and adventure. Saving the world every week. Or at least, every week the show is on. Almost like a short Indiana Jones, Lara Croft, and Nate Drake team up every week... except without Indy, Lara, or Nate actually being present. *Sweet character interaction - developing future 'found family' dynamic - characters who care about each other, fight for each other, and would never bail on each other. Or at least, that's what I'm hoping for - it's looking that way. *Possible romance subplots, and you'll probably get a few new ships out of it if you're into that sort of thing! *The bad guy is played by Dr. Leekie from Orphan Black - Matt Frewer! *Random appearances from Flynn Carsen - other than being in the first two episodes, I've heard he's in an episode later in the season. I suggest you try watching it. If you don't like the first episode, and I know this is hard - give it a few more episodes, sometimes shows take a little while to get into the groove of things. Maybe it'll improve in your eyes during those few episodes, maybe not, but it's worth checking, that way you don't miss a show you will later love. Maybe check out the Librarian movies if you aren't sure, or if you like the show and want to get some back story on Flynn. (There are three movies.) This show is far from perfect, but it has potential. Hopefully over the season it will continue to improve.
The Librarians is done in the vein of Xena and Hercules. If you come in expecting Game of Thrones or Spartacus with their SUPER SERIOUS drama and blood and guts and tits, you'll be disappointed. But if you expect a fun show with some history thrown in, you'll like this.
i hope it gets renewed. amen
Bad stunt work, bad acting, sloppy scene editing, mediocre special effects and an unsuccessful attempt at trying to add a sense of humor to it all :-(
nice sequel to the movies! I love it.. and fills the gap warehouse 13 left in me... they should make a crossover... by the way to the ones that say warehouse ¹³ was first watch the librarian movies ...
Season 4 became a retarded kids series. At least, first half. Second half was a bit better, but then the series already got canceled. Anyway, at least it has a proper ending. The series never got above the quality of the movies and Warehouse 13 is definitely the best of the two. But it's pretty good entertainment overall.
this show is pretty good #ShiftvW8
The Ezekiel Jones charactor is written too stupid/clueless for this show. Very distracting. (via TV Blaze for WP)
So far.... Well... It's kind of entertaining, but you probably want to watch something better, than to waste time here. But hey, if you're like me. Want to waste time for new episodes to appear on another show? Then watch it! :P
this is the Dirt Poor version of WAREHOUSE 13. thumbs down.
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