Jan 21, 2015
EW.com – In the season finale of The Librarians, the Librarian and the Guardian jump timelines. Eve and Flynn see what might have been had Flynn never taken the job or Jake, Ezekiel, or Cassandra been chosen as the sole Librarian.
The setup: Flynn has sent the Librarians a message to meet him in an Egyptian tomb, where they fight off mummies. He makes his entrance by grabbing the right medallion to reduce the mummies to sand. Honey, I’m home! Flynn believes he has figured out how to anchor the Library back to their reality, and the sarcophagus holds the key. Quick, to the Annex!
The plan: There’s an interdimensional doorway in the pyramids, much like the Annex doorway, that leads to the Void where the Library is stashed. The sarcophagus is carved with the equations to access that door, equations too big even for Cassandra’s brain. It may re-anchor the Library to the Annex, but only if Flynn can find a reality-altering guide linked to a dimensional-shifting device, along with some kind of software that interfaces with magic to do the math to make up for not having an actual pyramid. As Flynn puts it, “You have anything like that lying around?”
Actually, they do: They have the reality-altering storybook to power the magic, software from Morgan le Fay to do the math, and Tesla’s dimensional stabilizer to hold it together. Plus the ball of twine from the Minotaur’s labyrinth. Turns out the Clippings Book was sending the Librarians after the items they’d need all along. They hook it all up, but find the equation needs to be read like a story. “Once upon a time …” (read more at the source … )