The Librarians (2014–2018)
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And the Point of Salvation 

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 ... See full summary »

Director:

Jonathan Frakes

Writers:

John Rogers (developed by), Jeremy Bernstein | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Rebecca Romijn ... Eve Baird
Christian Kane ... Jake Stone
Lindy Booth ... Cassandra Cillian
John Harlan Kim ... Ezekiel Jones (as John Kim)
John Larroquette ... Jenkins
Michelle N. Carter ... Dr. Ann Mills
Ian Bell Ian Bell ... Bart Hoskins
Keith Cox ... Rager General
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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.

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 December 2015 (USA) See more »

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Electric Entertainment See more »
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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16:9 HD
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The Librarians avoid using the word "zombies" to describe the "rage people" that are attacking them, possibly as a nod to Lindy Booth appearing in the remake of "Dawn of the Dead". It could additionally be a nod to the "Not Using the 'Z' Word" trope that has it that no one in a zombie story ever says "zombie". See more »

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Eve Baird: There's a story soldiers tell World War II, Market Garden, Allied assault behind enemy lines. What happens is, these allied troops have to cross a river. First wave of soldiers get in their little pontoon boats, get halfway across the river, and the Germans just open up their machine guns and just cut them all down. None of them make it. These two colonels are watching the bodies floating in the river, and one of them says, "those are the bravest men I've ever seen." The second colonel points ...
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References Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) See more »

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Excellent
7 May 2016 | by genuineadamadSee all my reviews

Possibly one of the most interesting and engaging characters on TV today, this episode focuses on Ezekiel, without focusing on his as much as we'd think. The amazing thing about the episode is the use of negative space - everything is so much more intense because of the huge weight of all the things we know we aren't seeing. A true testament to the character itself.

This episode really makes you feel what he is. It's a very understandable build up. I kept me on the edge of my seat, which is hard to do these days. This show deserves more credit. I can't wait to see more. I hope we get more episodes like these, ones that really make you stop everything to watch it.


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