The Librarians: And the Rule of Three
January 11, 2015 6:20 PM - Season 1, Episode 7 - Subscribe

The librarians are forced to intercede when a group of competitive high school students start undercutting each other with witchcraft.
posted by oh yeah! (8 comments total)
So Jenkins was once Galahad? Neat.
posted by oh yeah! at 6:29 PM on January 11, 2015

So either he's got another flying sword around or he's got to be pissed at Flynn for losing his weapon.
posted by phearlez at 8:45 PM on January 12, 2015

And so Du Lac is presumably Lancelot, and hence Jenkins' dad? Or is the "du Lac" connection too obvious?

You could make the argument that since Galahad saw the Grail, that's why he's still alive, I guess.
posted by leahwrenn at 11:22 PM on January 12, 2015

Did I mishear what Cassandra said when the flies came out of the guy's mouth? I didn't think you could say that on TV.

Lots of good lines, including about the vicious evil of sea otters. I assume Flynn's effort to recover the library will be what threatens the world.
posted by idb at 5:36 PM on January 13, 2015

Did I mishear what Cassandra said when the flies came out of the guy's mouth? I didn't think you could say that on TV.

You're right, she did say "Holy shit", it's in the closed captions even. Maybe that's why they ran it in the later timeslot? But what an odd choice for a show that's plugged as 'family friendly', I wonder if they meant for it to be effectively bleeped out by the sound of the buzzing flies and someone messed up the sound levels?
posted by oh yeah! at 6:02 PM on January 13, 2015 [1 favorite]

I appreciated the introduction of Morgan Le Fay and it definitely seems that Cassandra is one of the top focuses for character development in this season.
posted by Atreides at 3:53 PM on January 19, 2015

Oooh, so this season is all about Arthurian legend? Shoulda figured it out from the pilot, but this is cool.

I liked Ezekiel giving Cassandra a trophy. And Amy, who I think I've seen on Grimm and/or Supernatural before? She seems familiar. Lord, I was figuring her mother had done it a la "The Witch" on Buffy for most of the episode.

Kept wondering why Alicia Witt was cast for just a science fair person, and then I was all "Hey, Morgan le Fay! Why's she messing with a penny ante science fair?"

I am rather bummed she wasn't cast as a relative of Cassandra's for the resemblance.
posted by jenfullmoon at 3:22 PM on January 6, 2019

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