The Magicians (2015– )
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A Life in the Day 

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Julia helps Alice navigate a personal crisis as Quentin and Eliot go on an adventure.

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John Scott

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Sera Gamble (created for television by), John McNamara (created for television by) | 5 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Ralph ... Quentin Coldwater
Stella Maeve ... Julia Wicker
Olivia Taylor Dudley ... Alice Quinn
Hale Appleman ... Eliot Waugh
Arjun Gupta ... William 'Penny' Adiyodi
Summer Bishil ... Margo Hanson
Jade Tailor ... Kady Orloff-Diaz
Rizwan Manji ... Tick Pickwick
Candis Cayne ... Fairy Queen
Dina Meyer ... Stone Queen
Esmé Bianco ... Eliza
Garcelle Beauvais ... Our Lady Underground
Arlen Escarpeta ... Prince Ess
Rose Liston ... Jane Chatwin
Nicholas Coombe ... Prince Fomar
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Julia helps Alice navigate a personal crisis as Quentin and Eliot go on an adventure.

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 February 2018 (USA) See more »

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As of 2019 this is the highest rated episode of the series. See more »

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Quentin Coldwater: So, in the Fillory books, Jane, um, she decides to try the Mosaic, right? Uh, but she's too late. Someone had already solved it first.
Eliot Waugh: Who?
Quentin Coldwater: Well, I don't know, but maybe it's us, and that's why we're here now.
Eliot Waugh: I don't know. Time travel only really makes sense to me when I'm on a good deal of peyote.
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Best Episode in the series. Brilliant Writing
8 February 2018 | by Harun_KaraliSee all my reviews

Who would have thought a series about magic is better off without it. This series has always had a knack for surprises and this episode the series comes full circle with a head spinning twist that would give the Tasmanian Devil a run for his money. I think it's fair to say that the highlight of the episode was Q and Eliot's adventure through Fillory. Sad, funny and surprisingly addicting this season is proof of the potential that lies in this series. Give the writers a raise, they bloody earned it. Yes I know it's adapted from the Novel(Which now I intend to read), but it's not easy to put something on paper on to the silver screen(or in this case, a TV screen). How many good adaptions can you think of? I really hope that SYFY keeps this series on air for many seasons to come(with the same writers of course). I can see so much happening in future seasons(fingers crossed).


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