The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice




Bubbles...went up my nose.

Actually, that's not technically champagne.

That's Cava.

It's a Spanish sparkling wine and uses

the champenoise process. It um...


Is it there?

One porcelain vase.

Early Ming dynasty, circa 1400

Lot 011.

Lot 0-1-1.

And Mason?

He's here and he brought a friend.

A very big friend.

Whatever it takes, do not

let him leave with that vase.

Check. Save the world, no matter what.

As long as you don't go over budget.

Next up, ladies and genetlemen,

a porcelain vase.

Early Ming dynasty, circa 1400.

May I have a starting bid of 20,000 pounds?

20,000. Do I hear 30,000?

30,000. Thank you sir.

30,000 is the bid.

Do I hear 40? Looking 40...

40,000 to the lady.

30,000 is in the budget.

I'm officially upset now, Flynn

Oh hey, Katie...everything okay?

We were supposed to meet for

lunch an hour ago. Where are you?

I...I'm still at the, uh...


I'm at the librarian convention.

The online catalog seminar ran over.

You know how it is. You get a bunch of

librarians in a room talking and...

In the last six months we that we've

been dating, you've given a hundred excuses.

Oh come on, a hundred?

That will be 100,000 pounds!

You're always late.

150? 150,000 pounds!

Slow down.

You're running off to some

convention or book club retreat.

I went to England.

And since we've gotten off the plane,

you left me waiting a dozen times.

- I have to take that...

- Don't you take that call!

Are you trying to bankrupt us?

I can't really talk to you right now,

Charlene, I've got Katie on the other line.

- Is Katie writing your checks?

- Give me five minutes, okay?

- Don't you hang up!

- Just give me five minutes!

I have 500,000 pounds!


- Wait. Wait...wh..

- 500,000

Maybe some women are okay with the wild and

unpredictable lifestyle of dating a librarian

but I'm not.

600. 650.

750. 850. I have 850.

850,000 is the standing bid.

I want someone I can depend on.

Flynn, I'm leaving.

Don't leave. I'll meet you in 15 minutes

in the hotel bar. 15 minutes in the hotel

bar. Don't leave.

Please don't let me down again, Flynn.

One million pounds!

Sold! To the impatient American

for one million pounds!


And...let's wait about two weeks

before cashing that check, shall we?

Yes, such a pleasure to find somebody

who understands the unique value and

rarity of such a fine artifact.

What are...what are you...

What is that?

That is the Philosopher's Stone.

The most powerful and famous

transmutational relic in all of history

What does that mean?

It means that the stone can turn

anything it touches into gold.

Mr. Carsen, we meet again.

Very valuable, as you can imagine, but also

quite dangerous if you're not careful.

My Bodyguard, Mr. Percy once had the

misfortune of holding the stone

without taking the necessary precautions.

Well gentlemen, this is all very

fascinating, but my girlfriend is waiting...

I don't mean to be "heavy handed" [laughs]

Get it?

Because his hand is made of gold.


I want that stone!

- That's 18th century Korean.

- Sorry.

British Cavalry sword. Silver filigree.

Bit of a price.

- This is rented!

- Of course it is.

- You know you're going to lose, Flynn.

- Actually, I know two things.

Your sword grip and tactics show me that

you're fighting with a German 14th century

sword style developed by Johannes Liechtenauer

Defeated only by the Renaissance technique

taught by Hutton in 1892.

What's the other thing you know?

The Renaissance style taught

by Hutton in 1892.

Katie, I'm here! I know...

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