The Librarians (2014–2018)
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And a Town Called Feud 

When a Civil War reenactment in a town called Feud is plagued by ghosts, the Librarians have to uncover the truth of what really happened there over 100 years ago.

Director:

Valerie Weiss

Writers:

John Rogers (developed by), Tom MacRae

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Episode complete credited cast:
Rebecca Romijn ... Eve Baird
Christian Kane ... Jake Stone
Lindy Booth ... Cassandra Cillian
John Harlan Kim ... Ezekiel Jones
John Larroquette ... Jenkins
Nora Dunn ... Janet Hedge
M. Ben Newman M. Ben Newman ... Devan (as Ben Newman)
Todd A. Robinson ... Roach Peters
Shawn Law ... Troy
Dan Considine ... Griz
Lucas Oktay ... Milton Loveday
Dominique Whitney Thomas ... Diana Loveday (as Dominique W. Thomas)
J.J. Johnston ... General Uriah Loveday
Kevin Murphy Kevin Murphy ... General Carlton Loveday (as Kevin Murphy)
Jeffrey Arrington ... Ghost Union Soldier
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When a Civil War reenactment in a town called Feud is plagued by ghosts, the Librarians have to uncover the truth of what really happened there over 100 years ago.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 January 2018 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?

Trivia

During the team's investigation of ghost sightings, the conspiracy-theorist character of Griz claims that what is actually being sighted is alien robots, built by the government, with technology salvaged from "Area 52." This is a call-back to the Leverage (2008) episode "Leverage: The Three Days of the Hunter Job (2009)," when Parker asks if "Area 51" is real and both Hardison and Eliot insist that the true name of the secret government facility is "Area 52." See more »

Goofs

There could of course always be an explanation within the framework of the Librarian universe, but since none is given, it is at least a bit odd that Cassandra mentions two Westphalian Brothers from the Fifth Century" since the earliest official records of Westfalia only date back to the tenth century. See more »

Quotes

Jenkins: Have grocery stores always been such satanic mills of mass consumerism? Truly, how many varieties of peanut butter does society need?
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