Nov 24th, 2016 by faetalists
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+
Nov 18th, 2016 by faetalists
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
Nov 17th, 2016 by faetalists
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+
Nov 5th, 2016 by faetalists
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.
Oct 28th, 2016 by faetalists
Set against a backdrop whereby Moriarty continues his quest to accumulate magical artifacts for Prospero, Flynn Carsen and the Librarians recognize that they must work smarter in the spirit of cooperation if they are to succeed in keeping the world's magic from running wild. And finally, the mystery of the Library's disconnection is solved, and things begin returning to normal.
Episode Grade: Dave A- Wayne B+
Oct 21st, 2016 by faetalists
It's back to school for the team as they travel to Wexler College to investigate what at first appears to be a simple missing mascot case. However, there's much more to this college than meets the eye, but it's Cassandra's chance meeting with a kindred spirit that highlights the episode.
Episode Grade: Dave A- Wayne A
Oct 14th, 2016 by faetalists
Stone, Jones, and Cassandra follow a Clippings Book lead to Oklahoma and a family reunion of sorts as Jacob must face some personal demons en route to putting a shapeshifter back in confinement. Dave and Wayne also discuss the first episode of HBOs much anticipated series Westworld and give it high marks in all areas.
Episode Grade: Dave A Wayne B+
Oct 7th, 2016 by faetalists
While Jenkins and Eve coordinate from The Library, Flynn and the young Librarians battle Prospero and Moriarty who lead a siege to get to the Heart of the Library and the Tree of Knowledge. Enlisting the aid of additional Fictionals including the Queen of Hearts and Frankenstein's monster, the two are rebuffed before they attain their prize, remain at large by episode's end.
Episode Grade: A
Sep 30th, 2016 by faetalists
The season two premiere finds the introduction of Fictionals as William Shakespeare's Prospero sets out to reclaim the magical powers his author so cruelly stole from him. Enlisting the aid of Sherlock Holmes nemesis, Professor James Moriarty, Prospero's plan gets the attention of the entire team as Flynn and Eve return from their adventures to find the team splintered, each having gone his/her own way.
Episode Grade: A
Sep 18th, 2016 by faetalists
Dave reviews the forthcoming companion novel from TNT's The Librarians. Written by Greg Cox, The Librarians and the Lost Lamp follows Flynn Carsen in 2006 initially in pursuit of a draft of Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and the young Librarians going to Las Vegas in 2016. Due to be released October 11th, the first of three books captures the essence of the television series as it places our heroes in danger while at the same time provides an opportunity for the shippers to get excited.
Dave's Book Report Grade: A-