In Episode 308 Flynn takes Eve to Alaska for a romantic meal while the young Librarians investigate a spa that turns out to be a vampire sanctuary. However, the episode takes a major turn as Cassandra is rushed to a hospital to have her tumor removed and possibly her abilities as well. Episode 309 finds the team visiting Shangri-La, but it's the huge revelation about Eve that pushes everything else into the background as we head towards the season finale.

Episode Grades: 308 Dave A  Wayne C / 309 A-



The team goes off to investigate a cult that worships a young woman named Cindy, however, once at her compound, the situation proves a bit more complex. We not only encounter DOSA soldiers preparing to launch a missile, but find that Ezekiel's feeling that he knows Cindy from somewhere reveals a side of him that we've not seen before. The episode provides a glimpse of our obsessive natures and a fascination with reality television. Dave and Wayne also discuss the problems facing viewers of historical fiction such as History's Vikings.

Episode Grade: Dave A-  Wayne A



As The Librarians moves into the back half of its third season, the death of one of the characters continues to loom ominously overhead. Tracking down the Eye of Ra, the artifact that should help prevent the release of pure evil into the world, requires the team to descend into the wormhole popularly known as the Bermuda Triangle. Once there, Noah Wyle's script incorporates elements from Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass as Flynn Carsen is forced to examine his own life choices and how they impact those around him. Dave and Wayne predict who is most likely to die before the end of the season, and they take a brief look at the 2016 Doctor Who Christmas episode "The Return of Doctor Mysterio."

Episode Grade: A



Dave and Wayne get together in Studio B to knock out two episodes during their lunch break. In "The Librarians And the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy," Eve is marked for death by the Oracle of Delphi, but some quick thinking and a silver compact help her defeat The Reaper in this episode that is bookended with the team in a pizza joint. With two high profile guest stars, "The Librarians And the Tears of a Clown," finds Sean Astin as a heart broken sociopath bent on finding the girl who jilted him at a carnival some twenty years prior. Playing his lost love, Felicia Day rocks the episode in a role we rarely get to see her perform.

Episode Grades: 304 B+ / 305 Dave B-  Wayne B



Dave and Wayne discuss the season finale of HBOs Westworld before diving into this week's episode of The Librarians. While Flynn continues his search for Charlene, Stone and Cassandra travel to Sweden to recover a magic crystal. As it turns out, they get caught in the middle of a fight between a group of Frost Giants, and despite his best efforts to prevent it, Stone approves of Cassandra's use of magic to help them return to The Library.

Episode Grade: A-



Briefly reunited with Charlene, the team must fight off not only Apep, but also Anubis who has been released via a hole in the space/time continuum. To complicate matters, some of the military personnel working at the super collider facility have been turned into werewolves, but the team rises to the occasion and sends the two villains back through the collider. Additionally, we learn a rather important detail concerning Charlene and her connection to Jenkins and The Library.

Episode Grade: Dave A-  Wayne A-+ 



Now that Prospero has been dispensed, the team moves on to other jobs. Concerned that even though the team appears to be ready, Eve worries that each could be stronger with more training. However, before intensive training can continue, the Librarians, including Flynn, are called to Boston to put down Apep, god of chaos who is trying to unleash pure evil into the world. Dean Devlin talks about the influence of Doctor Who in season three in this article.

Episode Grade:  B+  



In preparation for the season 3 premiere, Dave and Wayne examine the final three episodes of season two: 208 "The Librarians And the Point of Salvation," 209 "The Librarians And the Happily Ever Afters," and 210 "The Librarians And the Final Curtain." The Prospero and Moriarty story arc finally resolves itself, but we're left wondering what could have been with Eve and Moriarty.

Episode Grades: 208 A; 209 A+; 210 A



Our narcissistic preoccupation is examined in an episode that features the fictional character Dorian Grey. Though not a Fictional, he nonetheless presents a formidable foe as it takes the entire to team to erase him from existence. 

Episode grade:  B+  






The Librarians find themselves in the middle of a classic Faustian tale, as Eve reunites with a former military buddy who's now running for office after returning to his hometown. In addition to Eve employing a rather ingenious plan to circumvent the devil's compact, we also learn that there's more to her job than even she thought. Co-stars John de Lancie and Michael Trucco highlight the additional cast.

Episode Grade: A


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