So I was thinking up of reasons for people to watch The Librarians and one of them is “it’s magic; Anything is possible.” And then from the back of my mind, a tiny voice whispered, “what if Harry Potter is real… and JKRow just wrote a biography of Harry Potter…?”
AND THEN MY MIND STARTED THINKING WHAT IF ARTICLES APPEARED IN THE CLIPPINGS BOOK… BUT THEY’RE NOT REGULAR ARTICLES? Like instead of having normal pictures, the pictures were MOVING and it wrote about wizards and muggles.
Eve would just brush it off as nothing by shrugging and going, “well this is different.”
Flynn would then look up from his pile of books and reply, “what is?”
“The pictures in the articles are moving. Didn’t know they could do that.”
“Printed pictures don’t move.”
“Well, these do.”
Flynn will then fly from behind his books, scattering them just to see the articles and speed read through them. “No way,” he exclaims.
“What?” Eve and Jenkins ask at the same time.
“HOGWARTS IS REAL?!”
“Hogwarts? Harry Potter Hogwarts?” Eve asks, raising an eyebrow in doubt.
Cassandra will come running through the backdoor connected to the Library because she heard the scream, followed closely with Stone and Ezekiel. “Did someone say Hogwarts is real? Like the school of magic and wizardry, Hogwarts?” she asks excitedly.
“Like in Harry Potter? That Hogwarts?” Ezekiel asks confusedly.
“Yes, yes,” Jenkins says impatiently. “Hogwarts is real. Harry Potter is real… well the real Harry Potter doesn’t have such an outlandish name but he’s real.”
“But Harry Potter is a fictional character,” Stone rebuts.
“And the Library is a myth!” Jenkins throws back.
“So if Hogwarts is real, why haven’t I gotten my acceptance letter?” Ezekiel asks, crossing his arms. “I’m definitely not a muggle.”
“Or maybe you people don’t have enough magical blood to be a wizard, or a witch,” Jenkins says, shaking his head. “Most people don’t.”
“Wait. So if Hogwarts is real and the clippings book is showing us articles from the wizarding world… does this mean the wizarding world is in some kind of trouble?” Eve asks as she glances at the book again. “Some of these are in Dutch, Italian, French and German…”
“Well, we might not be magical enough to be wizards or witches,” Flynn says, grinning as he collected his satchel from his table. “But we’re definitely magicked enough to be Librarians.”
Eve grabs her gun and cellphone from her desk and places them in her holster and pants. “So, where are we going?”
Cassandra closes the backdoor and squeals in delight. “We’re going to Hogwarts!”
Flynn places the pointer on the globe and spins it. “Well, technically Hogsmeade.”