In Review: The Librarians And The Image Of Image

When people begin suffering the effects of accidents and sins in which they have not been involved, the team track the connection to Dorian Gray.

Synopsis: When people begin suffering the effects of accidents and sins in which they have not been involved, the team track the connection to Dorian Gray.

Review: In this clever twist on the story of Dorian Gray the Librarians get to let their hair down a bit and Rebecca Romjin gets to show us how spectacular she looks in a pair of sexy leather pants.

What is perhaps most intriguing about this episode is the fact that the Librarians smell something is wrong at a night club without being informed of magical dangers by the library.

They smell a rat when people seem to be randomly suffering the effects of drugs and alcohol without having consumed them or only having consumed very little.

In a clever twist it turns out that the cause is the fact that the peoples photographs are helping maintain a youthful digital photo of Dorian Gray, which is made up of thousands of photographs of people taken at the night club.

Lindy Booth gets to show us her best interpretation of a drunken Cassandra, which is well worth the watch and quite believable given that have seen my own sister is a much worse state than that and without help from Dorian Gray.

The only criticism if you can call it that is that Stone and Jones were kind of put into more of a supporting role throughout this story.

This to me was a fun contemporary twist on perhaps one of Oscar Wilds most loved books.


The Librarians And The Image Of Image
  • Great twist on a classic literary character
  • The boys seemed to be put on the back burner throughout
  • Story
  • Acting
  • CGI
  • Incidental Music

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4 Comments on this post.
  • Raissa Devereux (@RaissaDevereux)
    15 December 2015 at 1:05 pm -

    This one made me very happy. 🙂

  • mentdijinn
    15 December 2015 at 3:27 pm -

    Thought it was just hilarous that Jake Stone (Christian Kane) and all his efforts to get into the bar and distracting the bouncer! another fun episode

  • Debra Burton
    15 December 2015 at 4:06 pm -

    It was funny that Jake Stone (Christian Kane) couldn’t get into the club. Good episode

  • kayzer922000
    17 December 2015 at 2:30 pm -

    Loved every second of it. Jacob never did get into the bar it was an on going treat. And the ending perfect, best show ever 🙂

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