THE MAGICIANS | “Thirty-Nine Graves” Sneak Peek, Synopsis and Photos

Watch The Magicians’ “Thirty-Nine Graves” Sneak Peek, read the synopsis, and check out the photos

Well, the crappola has really hit the fan in the aftermath of last week’s The Magicians episode, but it seems that our favorite Brakebills students won’t have much time to deal with those feelings, as they have a much more important issue to deal with.  Check out the “Thirty-Nine Graves” sneak peek, along with the synopsis and photos below.

After a night of drinking, the students wake up to foggy memories and a healthy dose of regret. But Penny is quick to remind them all that there’s no time for talking out feelings – their very lives depend on getting to The Neitherlands as soon as possible.

As you may have recalled from last week’s “Remedial Battle Magic,” the consequences of bottling up your emotions can be devastating.  Especially when one is so emotionally/mentally damaged already.  One of those consequences can be that your girlfriend finds you asleep and naked with not one, but two of your friends (of both sexes, might I add) and you know there was probably sex involved.  Yeah, not good.

But the Beast is coming and despite the heartbreak of knowing what you did, you still have to work together without letting your emotions get the best of you.  That’s pretty much how I imagine Quentin is trying to deal with it.  Plus, he gets to add his former best-friend/crush Julia, who’s had to deal with her own emotional trauma.

THE MAGICIANS -- "Thirty-Nine Graves"" Episode 112 -- Pictured: (l-r) Stella Maeve as Julia, Jason Ralph as Quentin -- (Photo by: Carole Segal/Syfy)
THE MAGICIANS — “Thirty-Nine Graves”” Episode 112 — Pictured: (l-r) Stella Maeve as Julia, Jason Ralph as Quentin — (Photo by: Carole Segal/Syfy)

The Magicians airs on Mondays at 9pm on the Syfy channel, and “Thirty-Nine Graves” will air this Monday, April 4th.

By Molly

Molly is a proud Canadian who is currently attending university in Scotland. She loves to read, write, watch films, and talk about Sarah J. Maas books. If not snuggled up with a book, Molly can usually be found tapping at the dance studio, or writing yet another essay.

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