On The Librarians Season 2 Episode 4, a mad historian who believes in alternate dimensions has students disappearing from the university he founded.

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When you watch The Librarians Season 2 Episode 4 online, the Librarians investigate the disappearance of a student from a university that is notorious for its connection to the occult. When they arrive, they realize that the situation is even bigger and more alarming than they thought. Apparently, a full one in five students and faculty members are expected to go missing from the university every year; it's so rampant that everyone accepts it as totally normal and they are more annoyed than alarmed by the situation, much to the confusion of the Librarians. When a professor is abducted by a freakish tentacle monster reaching through a hole in the fabric of reality, however, they finally figure out what's going on, and it's definitely not pretty. Of course, now they have to find a way to seal the breach before more students and faculty members are snatched away to become the next meal of a Lovecraftian monster of doom. Can the Librarians figure out exactly how to stop the monster, close the portal, and perhaps save some of those that vanished... without becoming the tentacle monster's next meal themselves? Find out how it all works out when you watch The Librarians Season 2 Episode 4 online!

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On The Librarians Season 2 Episode 4, a mad historian who believes in alternate dimensions has students disappearing from the university he founded.


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The Librarians
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The Librarians Season 2 Episode 4 Quotes

Mindy the Cheerleader: I still don't get why Peter left, though. Oh! Maybe he found where the volleyball team ended up after that away game. All we found was a bus full of empty clothes. Great prank, huh?
Cassandra: Prank, terrifying conundrum...

Jake: And by the way, it is infested with spiders!
Jenkins: Ah, well, spiders are our garden friends, Mr. Stone.
Jake: Jenkins... they're three feet long.
Jenkins: ...Ah. I see. I'll order some bug spray.