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The Vampire Diaries: Head Wigs and the Angry Wench (PHOTO RECAP)

When you think about it, it's straight-up incredible how much suspense and excitement The Vampire Diaries can wring from next-to-no plot development. And I mean this as a compliment! Take this week's episode, "Ordinary People." On the face of it, maybe only two important things happened: Mikael climbed out of his tomb and Rebekah became slightly miffed at Klaus. Everything else was just backstory, witty repartee, and fantastic wigs. Now, I'm on-record as not being the biggest fan of flashback episodes; they always just seem like officially sanctioned fanfic to me, and I realize I'm definitely in the minority there. But even I have to admit that this glimpse into viking immigrant life in 1000 A.D. was hecka fun for at least two big reasons: (1) Rebekah (DUH) and (2) I really hope I don't regret this... ELENA. I know, right? She did a fantastic job in this episode! All her plans made sense, she got real results, and she had some pretty killer comebacks to Rebekah's sassery. Anyway, what was I talking about? Oh yeah, how GOOD this episode was. Let's talk about it!

We began in the underground caves beneath the Lockwood estate where Alaric and Elena were examining the Viking graffiti while Damon looked on from his cubbyhole.

The first big revelation was that the caves pre-dated the Lockwood family and indicated that werewolves had been native to Mystic Falls, Virginia for over a millennium? Something like that. Not gonna lie, I honestly don't know if this is historically accurate or not.

But then things got REAL interesting when Alaric spotted some proper names written alongside the janky hieroglyphs.

Right, so, if you are one of the people who may have assumed that Mikael the Vampire Hunter was ALSO the patriarch of the Originals, you win a free skee ball token! Except I totally called that too, so give me all the skee ball tokens. Basically I just really want to play skee ball later this afternoon, is that cool?

Oh, also I should mention that during this sequence we got our first flashback and it was of Rebekah and Klaus in long wigs CARVING these symbols into the stone with a knife? Why? Not sure! But the main thing was that they were human beings at the time and both of them feared their father and also Rebekah handed knifes to people blade-first, which is just plain rude.

Meanwhile at Alaric's weird home gym-slash-archaeology lab (?) Damon was giving Elena a little more slayer training while Alaric struggled to decipher more of the carvings.

Elena decided she should just take all of the bulls by all of the horns and just confront the Viking graffiti artist personally. This actually made sense seeing as Rebekah probably wouldn't harm Elena (Klaus would get so mad!), but it made even more sense as a good TV move because Rebekah is THE BEST.

Good characters constantly enter scenes doing a series of flips and Rebekah was no exception. She DID seem mighty annoyed to confront Elena so early in the afternoon though.

What was hilarious was that Rebekah was VERY into her cheerleading practice, and not only had Elena clearly not attended school that day, she'd also quit the squad so long ago. So basically Rebekah, a one thousand year old vampire, was a more upstanding citizen of Mystic Falls than Elena. ALSO? Rebekah mentioned that she didn't hang around Stefan anymore because he's a jerk, and suggested Elena do the same. Who WAS this lady? Besides a genius? Rebekah for president! But get this: Elena more than made up for any relative shortcomings via her own badassery.

That's right, even though we knew Mikael was more than awake, Elena was using the fact of his existence to strike fear into Rebekah's supposedly black heart. Rebekah outright refused to tell Elena anything, but WE THE VIEWERS knew the plan worked, because not ten seconds after Elena made the threat, Rebekah was off and reminiscing about the olden days.

And believe me, it was a MAJOR treat to see these young Viking immigrants plan and attend their very own Renaissance Faire!

Hey Elijah! It was Elijah, everybody! He looked like our generation's Lorenzo Lamas.

Oh Klaus, always cutting away his opponents' for-looks-only belts!

Oh and we met a NEW ORIGINAL! What's up, Heinrich? Just kidding, don't get too attached, everybody. (SPOILER ALERT)

Also, check out the Original Parental Units:

So yeah, clearly Mikael had a terrible sense of humor about things. Apparently he took sword safety a lot more seriously than Klaus? Who knows. Also he seemed super harsh with Klaus, possibly relating to the fact that Klaus was the bastard son of a werewolf Mikael's wife had slept with? Even if he didn't know it yet, maybe deep down he knew it? Like Klaus was always chasing squirrels or something? I don't know. Forget I said anything.

And anyway, Rebekah had to go do some more back handsprings or whatever.

Meanwhile Elena was back chillin' at Alaric's home gym just waiting for Rebekah to have a change of heart about spilling all her family secrets.

Gotta hand it to her, Elena was ON HER GAME in this episode.

So then we went to go check in with Stefan in his mildewy jail cell.

Damon had swung by for some charming banter with his very thirsty brother. Nobody needs to point this out, it has been pointed out by billions of people so far, but aren't these dudes' conversations SO MUCH better now that Stefan's actually funny? Like, I admit I laughed out loud when Stefan made fun of Elena's usual boneheaded schemes. Anyway, Damon tried to cheer Stefan up, but ended up doing something a little more drastic.

Now, nobody's saying that Lexi's ghost wasted her time in trying to de-program Stefan, but Damon's gesture certainly represented a bit of a setback. But did you notice how disappointed Stefan seemed to be let go?

So much for emotion-free!

Back at the Salvatore shanty (haha just kidding, it is a very large home!) Rebekah had compelled the cheerleading squad to model a bunch of terrible dresses from which Rebekah will select her homecoming ensemble.

Rebekah did NOT appreciate Elena's sass and threatened to bite this lady a ton.

It turned out that in certain scenarios Elena doesn't love the murder of innocents, so it was definitely the cheerleader's lucky day.

This brought us to by far the episode's strongest subplot, featuring probably the most dynamic character in the history of The Vampire Diaries and possibly television in general? I mean, I know I've been harsh toward Bonnie up until now, but I've truly seen the error of my ways, you guys. I'm ready to admit it: Bonnie is as flawless as she is confident, dynamic, charismatic and effective.

Anyway, so the glorious presence known as B. Bennett arrived to deliver Elena's necklace to Alaric. Now, if it were up to me I would have properly destroyed it using, I don't know, liquid nitrogen and a hammer? But clearly Bonnie knows something that I don't because she is 200% smarter than I am (and also just a better person), so I trust that whatever reason she had for not properly destroying the necklace (per Grams' explicit instructions) must be nuanced, thoughtful and surprising in its foresight.

But all that was beside the point, because in a rare turn of events, Bonnie was NOT having the best day.

Meanwhile Rebekah decided to open up to Elena, but not before opening up Stefan's underwear drawer (for some reason).

Haha, oh Rebekah. Get out of Stefan's room you big creeper!

Here was the first appearance of that necklace. It zapped people!

Oh and meet the witch! This was the witch that apparently invited Mikael and Esther to relocate to North American and chill with the laid back local natives.

Anyway, in this particular flashback, something terrible happened:

It turned out that Klaus and his little bro Heinrich had snuck out and observed the laid back local natives transform into...

And they ate Heinrich!

So yeah, I bet you thought all the Original siblings became vampires, but nope. Some of them died before vampirism came into play. Rebekah was definitely still a bit shook up over it.

Oooh, Elena was SO mad at Damon for undercutting her plan to starve Stefan into loving her again. By the way, you can always tell Elena's mad when she goes all tinymouth on someone:

Anyway, where WERE they? Don't tell me Mystic Falls has more than one bar. Stefan and Damon decided to cut loose, and Stefan immediately decided to feast upon the bartender.

That's when Damon made this face:

Um, excuse me, but Damon needs to STOP doing this. Television is a VISUAL MEDIUM. Nobody wants to see this.

Anyway, yeah. Things were weird:

After a brief argument about which one of them knew Stefan's true nature better, Elena awesomely put Rebekah in her place:

It was true! Rebekah had completely embraced a human teenager existence and it just made her seem more vulnerable and mixed up more than anything. And it was at this point that Elena attempted to storm out, but Rebekah seemed so desperate to continue telling her story that she got all pathetic about it? It was kind of endearing!

Anyway, back in some olden times hut, Mikael and Esther decided that they should convert their family into some kind of supernatural creature so that they'd be as strong as the werewolves, if not stronger.

But WHOOPS! The rug was pulled out from under us all because it turned out the ACTUAL Original Witch was in fact ESTHER ORIGINAL (that's their last name, right?). I know, the racial politics of it were probably confusing to most of us, but you're just going to have to deal with the reality that this witch was scandinavian. So yeah, she called upon the power of the sun and the immortality (?) of the White Oak and converted her living children into demons.

Rebekah took an immediate liking to it, but explained there were a number of drawbacks. Apparently "the spirits" created negative side-effects for every positive.

All that, plus, you know, the whole DRINKING HUMAN BLOOD part. So while Esther should be commended for inventing a whole new creature, I think it's safe to criticize her for how crappy vampires ended up being in general. That is too many serious downsides, in my opinion. Oh well, anyway, so then the gang decided to do away with the one item that could harm them:

R.I.P. WHITE OAK (2011-2011)

Meanwhile at the mystery dive bar, the Salvatores were having some grade-A bro-nding time.

After a thrilling game of quarters, dancing on the bar and some plain-sight neck biting, Stefan finally informed Damon that nice try, he'll never be able to break Klaus' compulsions. Damon, however, disagreed.

And then Mikael Original, who'd been chillin' within earshot for several hours, just waiting for the right time to interject, finally did so.

Then, as Rebekah explained, Mikael had apparently gone haywire back in the day, massacring most of the village and murdering his own wife, an act for which Rebekah had held a grudge against him ever since. Nevermind that Klaus looked SUPER cagey about it.

Anyway, the remaining three siblings formed a pact to have each others' backs, which sort of explained why Elijah didn't murder Klaus during Season 2, I guess. I don't know.

So anyway, after a full day of spilling her family's secrets and also tipping Elena off to many of Klaus' emotional weak spots, Rebekah then warned her that should Elena try to harm Klaus she'll "rip her apart."

Seriously, save that enthusiasm for the pep rally, lady.

There was a bit more business with Mikael, in which he tried to make Stefan rat out Klaus by threatening to murder Damon.

Anyway, this was sort of a big deal because Stefan had to overcome a compulsion to do it? I'm not even sure. All the compulsion stuff on this show has gotten so vague and mixed up and low-stakes, it's hard to care anymore. Either way, it looked like Stefan was set to summon Klaus somehow (hopefully Klaus can drive that moving van back to town real quick!).

For some reason Alaric, Elena and an unidentified friend revisited the caves even though it seemed like Alaric had pretty well taken a photograph of every square inch of it already? Again, maybe I'm just sleepwalking through life because I really didn't understand why they went back.

I guess it's a good thing they DID go back, because Elena suddenly pieced together a new twist to Rebekah's tale! She immediately confronted a now super-annoyed Rebekah about the veracity of her story.

According to the glyphs, the Original Witch was not killed by Mikael, but was instead killed by THE HYBRID! The motive was that Klaus was so upset that his mother had repressed his Hybrid gene that he murdered her and set about devoting his life to breaking the curse. Plus, this story certainly gave Mikael more of a motivation to hunt Klaus down. Rebekah didn't take it so well... At first.

Elsewhere, Damon was gloating to Stefan about Stefan's "progress" that night. Once again, Stefan demanded to know why people like Damon or Elena were always trying to get him to "stop being a jerk" or "stop being a mass murderer" (well, Damon at least).

And Damon's answer was succinct and heartfelt: Stefan had saved Damon's life, so Damon was repaying the favor whether he liked it or not.

Then they had an adorable street brawl.

Later that night, a worn out Elena attempted to go to bed only to find a sassy corpse chillin' on her duvet. Elena informed him that she may have successfully turned Rebekah against Klaus, and that deep down Rebekah's just an ordinary girl who'd lost too much too soon.

Now, I don't throw the term "cute" around lightly, but this scene was HELLA CUTE, you guys. I officially ship no one AND everyone (a.k.a. I don't care), but seeing these two characters hanging out in bed like friends was really just the best. Elena wasn't annoyed with Damon, Damon seemed like a nice guy. Just a completely pleasant scene.

And that was it. Elena finally got some much-needed sleep and Damon got incrementally more human. Victories all around!

I don't know, I really liked this episode. Cool eight-episode streak, The Vampire Diaries! No pressure for next week's midseason finale!

 

QUESTIONS:

... Why weren't the doppelgangers addressed in the flashbacks?

... If Rebekah carved her own name in the cave, then WHO carved the information about her mother's murder?

... What's up with Katherine?

... Who had the best flashback wig?

... Who was the MVP of this episode (BESIDES Bonnie): Rebekah or Elena?

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LOVED this episode! And I am usually with you on the flashbacks, in that I don't like them at all. Also loved that you noticed how completely horrible those dresses were. All.Of.Them. Haha :D

I didn't really miss Katherine that much in this episode. Rebekah made up for all the awesome herself. She's the best!
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First comment here! Hi! Your recaps have had me in stitches the last few days (even if we don't agree on some key things... we definitely share a Caroline crush and Bonnie disdain, so we're good).



I wanted to address one thing (and it might have been addressed earlier, I don't have time for 291 comments, sorry!). You said: "Anyway, this was sort of a big deal because Stefan had to overcome a compulsion to do it? I'm not even sure." And I think the point is that he wasn't able to overcome the compulsion, but instead Mikael was able to convince him to think hard enough to get past the mental fog caused by the compulsion and find a way he could help. A loophole, as Mikael says. Klaus told Stefan he couldn't tell anyone where Klaus was. Stefan didn't. Instead, he promised he'd bring Klaus back to Mystic Falls. This doesn't break the compulsion (he hasn't divulged anything about Klaus's location) but it achieves the same endgame for Mikael because the result is he knows where Klaus is. Everyone wins! (Except Klaus.) What I DON'T get though is how Stefan is very clearly feeling emotions. Are we to believe that Brotherly Love is stronger than compulsion? I suppose we are, which, hey, I'm down with, because sibling codependence is one of my favorite tropes (see also: the Tams, the Winchesters). Clearly Mikael's hand in Damon's chest made Stefan Feel Emotions, which, I can't lie, was quite touching. Sniff.



Also, one question - are you purposefully denying Damon/Elena's inevitable existence just to piss off the shippers? Or as some sort of sarcastic "ha ha I would never believe you'd go there show, OH GASP, I AM SHOCKED THAT YOU WENT THERE SHOW" build up for a later punchline? If the latter, props on your determination and long-term planning skillz.
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Oh, but gawd, the idea that vampires were created about 1200 years ago (viking raids began in the 790s) is ridiculous. There is vampire lore in mythology going back 4000 years! They also could make the originals much cooler by making them much older.
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Amazing episode, how do they keep doing it over and over this season?



Elena was the MVP for sure- she was even dressed more sassily, with cuffs instead of bows, loving her getting a bit tougher!
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I know right.... They leave so many question unanswered sometimes... But I honestly have sympathy for My Favourite Charatcer Niklaus because he's been through a lot... And sudden change of heart for Bonnie much? (Surreeeeee......)

I still dislike her strongly. Rebecca is definitely my MVP because it takes a true badass to cry and break down.... Stefan.... Still a dick... And um.... Where are Tyler, Matt, and Jeremy at?

Damon and Elena's ending scene was quite adorable wasn't it?

It hurts me to know that these two will never happen..... :(



But in the end of this entire series, I hope Elena gains sense and realize that at the end of the series that can't be with a vampire because when she's 87, he'll be 18. So there's a possibilty at the end she could be with Matt.... Or even, they find a way to break them from being vampires....?



Sorry... I lose myself in my own ideas...

Get job anyhow, you've got great talent... Keep it up !!! Love it <3

Number 1 Fan ^.^, well probably next to your mom... XD
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didn't Elijah say last season that klaus "killed" all their family members and hid their bodies? Klaus even used that information to persuade Elijah not to kill him. but who was left except for Rebekah?
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ANSWERS: (imho)



......'cause they probably couldn't squeeze another darned thing into that ep.

.....hmmmmm

.....what's ever up with Katherine? She's probably subtley manipulating Mikael from the wings

.....Rebekah...definately Bekkie

.....Bekkie wins again **yeah**cheers**the crowd goes wild

Elena was just there to go K and Wot



Always love your recaps - sometimes more than the ep. You wouldn't like to put your talents to recaps on NCISLA would you?



K BYE
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Thanks! Oh my gosh, are you trying to ruin my week? These ones are hard enough!
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I still say if you like TVD and TSC so much, you should TOTALLY do recaps of Supernatural! I know they'd be hilarious b/c there's oh so much material to work with! And all these shows deal with "supernatural" stuff n what not. ANYway, that's MY vote if you were going to do recaps of another show!
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Yeah, they used the blood of a human for the curse, and only the doppelganger's blood could break it. But I thought everyone in the village were werewolves.

Cavedrawings: no idea

I miss Katherine, why does no one care that she didn't come back from her little expedition. Did Mikael kill her?

Best Flashback wig... Elijah, hands down. Also, I would like to see more of him. I hope they wake him up.

Rebekah for MVP.



Anyone else miss Tyler and Caroline?
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Oh, EVERYBODY missed Tyler and Caroline, we're just trying not to dwell on it because their absence made us too sad.
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The vamp on vamp compulsion has me straight up confused. Is it that Stefon has given up hope and that's why he is being a jerk or is it because he has been compelled and has no choice?

And hands down, Elijah had the best flashback wig which isn't saying much because they were all pretty cheap looking.
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They only had like $75 to work with for the entire wig budget, so they did a pretty good job considering.
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She called him traitor because he used to tell their father everything wrong she did... I mean, when they were humans, he used to snitch her to their lovely daddy all the time... (I'm not sure the verb is to snitch, since english is not my mother tongue, but is the verb google translator gave me!)
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Interesting! I must've been too distracted by the wigs to catch that part.
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Great recaps again. 'Did u tag a cave' was best, now considering watching Secret Circle just so I could read your recaps for it.

The new decisive and successful information gatherer Elena somehow reminds me a lot of Buffy.

My favorites this episode were Stefan and Damon, "careful brother, your humanity is showing" and "family day at vampire rehab" were priceless. The whole compulsion thing seems to be contradictory at best but I then decided to let it slide it's entertainment and should be viewed as such. No need to over-analyze. Not even going to bring up the unrealistic burning of the oak tree.

At the end I was a little sad about Katherine still missing did anybody think of asking Mikael about her? Or even generally wonder what happened to her? Feeling like her character has been pushed to the sidelines for now. Miss her, Rebekah is fun but doesn't quite compensate for Katherine.

And I keep wondering - can the original witch be brought back? maybe magically?
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Yeah, agreed 100% about Katherine. The fact that nobody cares about her, even though she's spent the entire season trying to do GOOD, makes her seem like a tragic figure to me. And yes, the Damon-Stefan scenes have gotten so awesome lately. I kind of hope Stefan stays sassy even after he turns good again.
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Hey Price i truly love your recaps sooooo much, specially the way you portrait elena and bonnie.

I just wanted to share some thoughts of what might happen:

the originals and their relation to their (evil) father kind of reminds me of the relationship damon and stefan had to their father. and we all know what happened to guiseppe...so somehow i think that klaus will kill mikael next ep with his own white oak dagger. we know the show is all about history repeating so i really expect mikael to die. btw i think klaus is way to awesome (thanks jomo) to kill him off yet. and maybe klaus hasnt killed esther. in my eyes mikael had much more reason to kill her then klaus had. she betrayed him, thats reason enough for a crazy man like mikael. i dont think klaus is truly evil, so i expect some twists again there next ep.

one thing i dont get is how the first petrova came to mystic falls. she must be from eastern europe too considering the fact that katherine was born in bulgaria (and the originals lived there too). maybe she moved with them to america? a short moment i thought maybe she was a relative too but then i thought it would be weird if klaus had hooked up with the doppelganger of a relative, right? maybe the first petrova was some hind of maid falling in love with klaus? and i really hope that someone pulls the dagger out of elijah, cant wait to see the family reunion.
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Yeah totally, the parallels between the sets of brothers must be intentional. This episode made a big deal about brotherly love, so hopefully we'll get more brother-drama from Klaus and Elijah.
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Alaric is werkinnnnng it in the first pic hahaha
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hahahahah i just looked. yep. he was trying to show us some ass.. a little subtle though. :)
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Also, I'm looking forward to the directors' cut on the dvd to see the scene where Klaus whips out his dustbuster to collect some white oak ash.
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I broke at "did u tag a cave".



As for the glyph whistleblower ... Klaus likely didn't volunteer the spoiler. Perhaps Elijah figured it out, which might explain why he didn't travel with Klaus and Rebekah, even though he had originally been part of the sibling kumbaya circle?



What 's the likelihood that Klaus' deadbeat dad shows up at some point?



Btw, no TVD episode is complete without a DPF (Damon Playdoh Face).
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Yeah you're right, Klaus' dad HAS to show up at some point right? They wouldn't just set that up and ignore it, I'm guessing.
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Loved this episode!



My guess for concerning the doppelgangers is that that will be another entirely different ep focusing on Elijah and Klaus and Lady Petrova...



...I think a lot of the carving was down by werewolves or something? Maybe the witch?



I don't know what's up with Katherine! I need to know now!



Elijah... he had a nice braid.



MVP.... besides Bonnie? But she was so phenomenal! Lies, that was me using sarcasm. Elena. I think she's great, though Rebekah is pretty cool, something about her though... I'm not a huge fan. I don't know, I have to admit that she had an awesome emotional range this episode, she was all over the place and at the same time not be whiney and horrible, that was pretty awesome. But Elena was legit and is finally coming into her own so I was super proud.



Great recap!
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You are RIGHT about Elijah's braid. That was pretty sweet.
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Fu**ing great episode. This show keeps getting better
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LOL. i just saw the episode and dang! i think price nailed it down to the last bit. i really loved this episode.... this time we finally learn a lot. and although there are still questions left unanswered, like the doppelganger bit, the carved stories inside the cave and yada yada, at least we still have more knowledge to look forward to in the next episodes...





i think katherine's going to be in "homecoming". there was a 0.1 second in the preview which i think was her. although, that could also probably have been elena. how else would mikael know which brother to approach at the bar if katherine hasn't lived to tell him of klaus' friendship with stefan?



best flashback wig? it had to be elijah. he looked like the brunette orlando bloom or something.



MVP? definitely rebekah. and i love her now. i just saw how vulnerable she is. it's like so sad... i wanted to be there for her when she broke down. i'm pathetic.



and yes, i loved the hanging out in bed like they were really old friends. elena wasn't elena-ish, and really talked sense. she wasn't angry or anything, and i finally got to see a side of her which i think we have to take credit for. the writers probably got tired of us calling her a dunce and they switched up and changed many of the scenes so she, for once, could come out smarty-pants like.
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Yes! It was how low-key Elena was in the final scene that really touched me. She just seemed so cool and decent, right?
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Great recap as always. Though I'm wondering why did you stop using "Is it Friday yet?"

It's epic!
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I always forget. Next time there's an outrageously painful death, don't worry.
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i just want to say that this review make me laugh so hard sometimes, i prefered read this and not see the show at all!
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<3
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Great take on the origin of Vampires!
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I agree, however, I can't help but feel like SOME mystery was a good thing. I don't know, now vampires seem slightly less scary.
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Hi Price!



This episode was a doozy, to say the least. I was thankful that Elena fell asleep so I could too before my brain exploded! This mythology business is seriously confusing.



First of all, the second the episode ended, I asked my sister "Why wasn't Caroline in it?" And I thought that would've been your first question too! ;) Which leave me to wonder, if the Lockwoods have something to do with all the supernatural affairs, does that count for the other founding families as well? Hmmm. Or were they just founders? This show really makes me philosophical.



Me and my sister spent an hour talking about this episode and we came up with a whole lot of theories!

- What if Esther was a Lockwood? Or Klaus' father? That could explain why Tyler is "sired", because Klaus is a very very distant relative. Interesting!

- If Mystic Falls is the Original family's hometown, wouldn't Esther be buried there? Also, if Esther was buried with the ash from the White Oak, shouldn't they be able to find her? Also, they'd have White Ash again! Elena could make her own addition to the Originals-in-coffins collection!

- I'm willing to bet that Ayana is an ancestor of Bonnie. It's a storyline too exciting to pass up.

- I think it was Ayana who did the drawings. Only a witch could do the vampire-block thingy, no?



I could write a book about this episode, seriously. "Seriously... I'm not kidding (This Will Fry Your Brain)" is a bestseller in the making.



Where is Katherine? Has she been sent on a mission for Mikael? Somehow I think she'll be involved in the cliffhanger next week.



#FreeElijah! (And not just from that wig.)



Another great recap! I'm a huge fan :)
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Super good points! I hadn't considered it, but it's totally possible that Klaus' biological father was a Lockwood. And that Ayana was an original Bennett (I'm definitely hoping we'll see more of her). And you're totally right about the White Oak tree having been IN Mystic Falls. That means there's probably soil with ash still in it? I really hope Katherine's out and about, I'll be too bummed if she's dead and/or dessicated.
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White oak ash? And if Esther is buried in it?

Couldn't that mean that she's still alive, since The ask represented immortality?

And especially since she didn't turn, which means, it wouldn't have affected her negatively....!

Hmmmm.....
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I said this before but I'll say it again.



There are 2 more kids in the coffins. At least, there should be.



2 died, one is Rebekah, one is Elijah, one is Klaus, mom isn't there, dad isn't there, so just 2 kids are still there.
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I just hope they also have British accents.
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actually, only Klaus has a British accent there :P Rebekah and Elijah are trying but you can still hear Claire's Australian accent coming through and Elijah's weird New Zealand's accent :P
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What if it was Klaus who killed Heinrich when he turned into a werewolf or killed Heinrich to activate his werewolf gene? Maybe Rebekah knew what he was planning and thats why she called him a traitor when they were doing the cave drawings
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Dang, that's some dark stuff. It's totally possible, but I like to think Rebekah wouldn't have been down with that.
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One more thing, has anyone else noticed that vampires seem to be able to walk into the Salvatore house whenever they want to even though it's supposed to be owned by Elena? First Katherine entered without being invited and was found showering in Damon bathroom in S2. Now, in S3, Rebekah just waltz inside past Damon without being invited by Elena. Did the writers forget who owned the deed to the mansion? I would think even Tyler would have to be invited in now.
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Actually when Kat comes by surprise and take a shower Elena doesn't own the nouse yet.

If Kat (in the last episode of S2 when she saves the day) and Rebekah can enter in the Salvatore House it's because Elena actually died last season. From the moment Klaus drained her, the house was free. Even if she came back it doesn't change anything about the fact that when the last owner died, everybody can come in.
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The consensus is that Elena died during the hybrid ceremony and ownership reverted back to Damon.
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Finally someone else is asking the same question as me? What's your take on it?



I was starting to wonder if I had missed something and was about the DL all the episodes and re-watch them.
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I think nobody needs to be invited anymore 'cause Elena died when Klaus tried to break the curse.
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Using logic at this point in the show is pretty useless, you know.

Just relax, turn off your brain and enjoy the episode. Awright, guv'nor
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But I can't stop thinking about vampire rules! It's just endlessly funny to think about, in my opinion.
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I'll be glad with Klaus comes back. For me, he was what was putting the fire in each episode. The episodes without him in it are seriously lacking in badassness. Damon is a bit too docile in my opinion. I need him to be more unpredictable like he was before, or even in the beginning of this season. Stephen isn't bad enough and Rebekah isn't as bad as she could be. I mean, Katherine was more badass than Rebekah.



Personally, I don't want Klaus to die. I like that dude so much. Him and Damon should have hooked up on their little killing spree. I'm hoping next week's episode will have a lot more carnage. and I'll say this, I have never like Alric's character. Still, he seems like a useless character to me along with Jeremy. There scenes are always boring to me and it's only when they share the screen with Damon do they have anything entertaining to say or do. I wouldn't mind if either of them died this season.
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Yeah dang, I love Klaus. I mean, he's a jerk, but also awesome.
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Klaus carved the information about killing their mother.
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Ok, followup: Then who put the spell on the cave to keep vampires out?
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Reading your recaps is almost as good as watching TVD. I'm sure I've said this before but like The Vampire Diaries each week tops the last.



I think maybe the doppelgangers just haven't come into play just yet via flashbacks it may be possible that they didn't know about the doppelgangers yet?



I was wondering the same thing who carved the rest of the story on the cave wall (possibley the werewolve natives after they left to pass on the story and method to kill originals)



Totally don't think Katherine is dead she just needs time to recoupe, notice how nobody even cares that she hasn't showed up?



I think that it is a tie between Elijah (just because I'm so happy to see him) and Klaus.



MVP is probably Rebekah just because I think she is awesome why is it that I always love the bad guy or in this case girl?
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Aw shucks! Do you think maybe Ayanna finished up the carvings and then placed the curse on the cave so that vampires couldn't enter and change it? And yeah it totally makes me feel bad for Katherine that nobody cares about her. So sad!
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Yes playing SkeeBall IS cool :p

I loved this episode a lot! its like every episode is better than the one before!
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The writers definitely know what they're doing. However, I loved Season 2 a ton, but in retrospect it may not be as good as I thought. Who knows how Season 3 will age, but I'm really loving it week-to-week.
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Uh I know what you mean I wish we can pay for the full season instead of this torture!!

Season 2 was pretty awesome but season 3 is LOADED with stuff so lets keep our fingers crossed that it'll stay this way. I really hope they dont kill Katherine, she was pretty cool (I hate Elena's personality - so DULL and everywhere!!)



Im gonna sound weird but I kinda like Klaus.. he's pretty hot and Im sure he's gonna turn up to be the victim somehow (too hot to be pure evil)
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Love u Price but I'm totes confused by all the mythology. My head hurts.
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You're telling me. Not gonna lie, this show makes me feel pretty dumb.
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The episode over all was boring, and the end was predictable, and creepy Damon seriously needs to go find his balls where ever he dropped them. An it annoys me that Elena has to tell Damon Stefan loves him and he will save him, he should be trying on his own for his brother, but it seems no one can do anything on this show without Elenas signature approval.



I did come here because with crap episodes your recaps usually help, but they seem to not be the same anymore, apprently the bad episodes our good you love DE and Elena is the best character now (WFT why because she talked to rebekah who couldnt do that how smart of her), yer an you say you dont pander to the fans, the only jokes you have our on Bonnie or her fans, and not to mention that in the comments it is just a place to bash Bonnie, I mean I loved these recaps I really did I got all the others to read them and use to advertise their greatness and the real fun parts everyweek, even favouring them, but I feel like this week you went out your way to insult with your sarcasim, some of the fans that take the time to read your work, and it really isnt fair.
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Hi Kirsty. Thanks for the comment, I genuinely appreciate it. I think the main thing to keep in mind is that every episode makes me feel different things. That means sometimes I think certain characters are awful (like I thought Elena truly sucked during Ghost World) and then the next week I think they're awesome. I promise you it isn't pandering. I have no reason to make it up. And I totally understand if people weren't feeling this episode but I definitely was. I think this season is truly on fire. It's unusual to have someone annoyed with me for saying too many POSITIVE things, but I really do appreciate your support in the past and hopefully I'll win you over again in the future.
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1. I don't know... Been wondering about that, too. Hopefully that'll be addressed soon.

2. Good question.

3. This is driving me crazy... I need to know what happened. C'mon KW/JP!

4. Elijah FTW.

5. Rebekah for sure.
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Yeah I hope KW/JP give Katherine her due.
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So I've had this sneaking suspicion ever since last week (when I discovered "Bonnie Fans") that we are all being punked. Now, with Elena being interesting... Stefan being funny... I can see no other reasonable explanation.



And do you know what is delightful (besides disarming people of unnecessary accessories via sword)... these recaps. Brilliant.
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Haha, I was serious about at least two of those things. And thanks!
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Isn't anyone else wondering how they managed to burn down that tree with a million other trees growing right next to it and not start a forest fire? Wouldn't it have been smarter to chop it into firewood first and then have a camp fire/marshmallow roast?
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Seriously, I was SO worried about that too. I bet the werewolves were PISSED.
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I was seriously wondering this same thing.
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Amazing review as usual! always makes me laugh.

my question is why is Mikael a vampire hunter?

I dont like flashbacks as well but I was very interested in this one.
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Thanks! I'm guessing we'll learn way more about Mikael pretty soon, because yeah, I have tons of questions about him too.
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Since some of the commenters are having a difficult time grasping the lineage:



There were 9 in the Original family:



Mikael and Esther -- parents



Niklaus, Elijah, Rebekah, Heinrich and 3 others un-named.



Niklaus was bourne of his Mum (Esther) and the man of a neighbouring family who happened to be Werewolves which makes Mikael NOT his birth father. We can assume that is why Mikael hated Klaus and treated him so dismally in their human years.



One night, Klaus and Heinrich snuck out after dark to watch the Werewolves turning. As a result of this, Heinrich was killed which prompted Mikael and Esther to go a bit batshite. They went to the witch, wanting a spell to make them stronger or just as strong as the Werewolves. Witch said no. Esther, being a witch herself, took over and crafted the spell that turned them into Vampires -- thus making her the ORIGINAL WITCH.



The downside to her spell was nature itself keeping balance. They couldn't be given this massive power and have no repercussions, hence sunlight burning, the flowers around the white oak negating their ability to compel, and the white oak itself being able to be the only wood to kill them--in addition to the whole having to live on blood for the rest of their immortal lives thing -- but with Klaus, being half werewolf (therefore not fully human), these negative consequences had no effect, making him all powerful.



How I feel the Petrova line comes into play is this: (this is my speculation)



To negate Klaus' ability to transform into a wolf and making all his Werewolf abilities dormant, a sacrifice had to be made and since slaves were allowable at that time, I'm thinking Charlotte Petrova was one of theirs and therefore the first to be sacrificed. (during this period in history, using blood was a BIG thing in witchcraft -- it still is to this day but not as widely used)



Charlotte Petrova's blood was what was used to bind Klaus' curse and therefore could be the only blood to break it and back in the day they had no knowledge of doppelgngers. (/end speculation)



Therefore, when it became knowledge that we are repeated at some point and time in the future, the Petrova line was hunted down in order to break the curse -- which would give credence to the time in between the doppelgngers... Charlotte -->> Katherine -->> Elena.



If Elena dies before having a baby, the Petrova bloodline will end and therefore the chances of a doppelgnger being born will die as well.



Now, flashing back to Klaus killing Esther... With Mikael's treatment of Klaus his whole life, and Esther allowing it, it's safe to assume that Klaus is going to have abandonment issues (not allowing family to leave him -- they stay with him or they die to be carted about in a box with him). Esther, never standing in for Klaus and allowing Mikael to be a bastard to him was painful enough, but at a point when Klaus was finally stronger than Mikael and was finally able to stand up to him without fear, Esther took that away by repressing his Werewolf side. Klaus is going to see this as just another betrayal from his Mum and so it's understandable that he kills her.



Mikael's greatest downfall is his pride. After Heinrich and the spell Esther cast, Mikael went on a rampage and killed half the village so it would be easy to understand why the Original children would believe that Mikael would kill Esther--she committed the ultimate betrayal to his pride back in the day by cheating on him and then giving birth to a child who would bear a constant reminder of her infidelity and salt for the wounded pride.



The three unnamed siblings...they were alluded to when Rebekah said 'they went off on their own' but that she and Elijah remained with Klaus and made their pact.



Hopefully this cleared up the confusion for those of you who were lost.
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This is awesome, thank you for sharing. Another thing is I think at least one sibling died during the plague in Europe? So maybe there are only 2 left? As for the doppelgangers, I have a vague sense that the first Dobrev-looking girl was probably someone Klaus was close with, and his mom pulled a major witch-move by sacrificing her. It'll probably something super personal, is what I'm guessing.
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My only problem with this is whether or not the show ever claims that the original doppelganger sacrifice was a Petrova? I commented on this somewhere else. Katherine was a Petrova thru her father and her descendants, including Elena, would be Petrovas. However, that doesn't mean that the original doppelganer/sacrifice was a Petrova. Her name could have been Jill Jones and her descendant (Katherine's mom) could have married a Petrova.



I really don't think the original sacrifice was an Original sibling. That's too gross considering Klaus was courting her and Elijah seemed half in love with her too. Yes, technically after 500 years the bloodline is diluted enough not to matter, but she would look exactly like their sister - so I just don't see it.
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Yes, exactly. Katherine is the Petrova doppelgnger. Elena is the Gilbert doppelgnger. Who was the original doppelgnger? We don't know. Someone they knew, maybe? Perhaps a werewolf (wouldn't that be cool)?
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Sebastian (Original Daddy Vamp, maybe more like original badass vamp?) cuts a nice figure in Viking attire. I was totally stoked to see Elijah again, he rocked the long-hair and leather.



I totally got the idea that Daddy had known he was not really Klaus's daddy for quite a while (like when he took him down in swordplay, it was sort of obvs). It should have been a big clue to viewers that Rebekah's memories were limited and that Klaus had been manipulating her re:daddy.
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Yeah, totally. I think Klaus had been a bad kid long before he murdered his mother.
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I am not into the Klaus's father character i think he has another plan that's evil like (maybe reviving his dead witch wife). They need to bring Elijah back, he always knows what to do. There are more original if you do a freeze frame when they are burning the tree, you can see several people sitting behind Klaus and his father, they are most likely the original. Also how much do you want to bet that that that ancient black witch is related to Bonnie, other wise i do not see why they would put her in the story. I hope this whole plan to kill Klaus does not go like it did in season 2 because that plan was just a fail.
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Haha totally, that plan was so awful. I'm hoping Ayanna comes back, plus I thought I recognized the actress from somewhere? So hopefully she got the part because it's more than one episode.
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Ayanna is played by Maria Howell
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Whoa, I just IMDB's her and she's been on the show before!
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lol that reminds me of Two and a Half Men and their recycled actors xD
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I'm sorry, the sudden Bonnie love laced in pure sardonic tones was quite funny and compelling on it's own Price.



I was wondering about the Dopplegangers as well. Such a vital role in the entire vampire/werewolf species and yet nuthin'



Money is on Klaus. He teeters between Sociopathic and Psychopathic behaviors so definitely so vain that he had to write it down. He's just that full of himself and the fact that he likes pulling the wool over people's eyes. Or maybe Mikael did it,he disappeared for quite a bit after Klaus killed his mom and all.



Katherine is off doing detective work. Ohh maybe Mikael sent her to keep an eye on Klaus or something. I doubt she's dead.



Elijah had the best everything. He's Elijah, he's just the best. So thrilled to see him back and how cool was Daniel Gilles coming into a scene or two and putting on that awesomely bad hair for just a few lines. Ohhh Rebekah should totally undagger him now!



Rebekah is sooo awesome. She's made favorite undead blond on the show at the moment. I loved the parallels between the characters in this. Rebekah is the Original Elena. Klaus and all of his "daddy doesn't love me" and I'm broken inside glory, is the original Damon. Elijah is the original (and much cooler) Stefan. But Elena impressed me this episode as well.



This episode was soooo much better than it was last week though. I actually didn't miss Caroline, Bonnie, Jeremy, Tyler etc even though I'm still curious about Tyler, and his return to Dick Tyler. I'm curious as to what gives with the Original Witch and her motives. What does she want? I kinda liked the consistency of the witches all being black...it was kinda cool, so again the race stuff through me, but whatever. And again with this show making each villian, villanious and yet wonderfully tortured and broken so much so that you can't just purely hate a villian!



Anyone know how many originals there were then? For some reason I thought it was like seven siblings or something and poor Henry died, leaving the three that we know and love, but weren't there supposed to be more or is it just me?
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These are all awesome points. Elijah definitely mentioned 7 siblings total, but it's unclear whether that includes people who died during the plague, Heinrich, etc. I'll be super disappointed if there aren't more.
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I think there must be more originals. Klaus had a lot of those coffin things in his moving truck, and that's were he was storing his "murdered-but-not-actually-destroyed" family members.
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I am also wondering when they are gonna get to the importance of the Dopplegangers and WHY that "Petrova" family line was singled out.... My only theory is that "Petrova" was Klaus's biological werewolf father, which makes the dopplegangers (and therefore Elena) related to Klaus. They also carry the werewolf gene. This theory makes me happy, because it is time for Elena to get SOME KIND of super power! She's way too weak -- basically the girl equivalent of Matt.



If you think about the flashbacks of a previous human doppleganger (Katherine, I think), talking to Elijah about how Klaus doesn't seem romantically interested in her at all... that would make sense if she was somehow related to him. They'd only go there on True Blood!



So yeah... Also curious!! ;)
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Opps, responded under the wrong one:



My only problem with this is whether or not the show ever claims that the original doppelganger sacrifice was a Petrova? I commented on this somewhere else. Katherine was a Petrova thru her father and her descendants, including Elena, would be Petrovas. However, that doesn't mean that the original doppelganer/sacrifice was a Petrova. Her name could have been Jill Jones and her descendant (Katherine's mom) could have married a Petrova.



I really don't think the original sacrifice was an Original sibling. That's too gross considering Klaus was courting her and Elijah seemed half in love with her too. Yes, technically after 500 years the bloodline is diluted enough not to matter, but she would look exactly like their sister - so I just don't see it.
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Yeah I totally agree that Katherine was a Petrova, but her identical predecessor wasn't necessarily Bulgarian
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I think they actually said Original Petrova, as if the original girl was a Petrova also o.O
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And I was totes picturing the Original Witch black. Just saying.
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I def thought there were more siblings, also. What up with that?!

And the parallels, great observation! I wouldn't have compared Damon to Klaus or Stefan to Elijah. Thanks for pointing that out ;)

Ok, how messy is this Original family?! Made up of werewolves, witches, vampires, and vampire hunters... they got some serious probs. I wonder if this whole surfacing-of-the-originals and doppleganger drama happened at some other point in the last millennium? Everything just seems to be blowing up RIGHT NOW, all because of Elena, I guess?

Agh, my brain is hurting.
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Bonnie. PAH! At first I was like, "WTF is Price talking about?!?!" Then, after a good night's sleep, I realized the sarcasm. Haha!

And, is it not awkward at all that Elena knows Damon is in love with her, yet she allows him to lie in bed with her and watch her sleep?! Umm...... IDK, my mom probs wouldn't approve. Then again, though, Elena "lost her mom too young." *tear* Meh.

Viking Klaus=wuss

SERIOUSLY, fave line of the whole episode was Stefan's "Aww." LMAO! Pissed. Damon. Off. LOVED IT!

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Haha you are sassy!
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I don't care that Caroline wasn't in this episode. Candice gets too much attention, she needs to miss at least one episode. I'm glad she did. I want more Bonnie. In this episode we didn't see her a lot. In the scene with Alaric she looked tired & sad:( I don't want her to be like that anymore.
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Haha, people will think I'm joking, but I AGREE about giving Bonnie more to do. Lady is a full-blown witch. That is inherently exciting, so why is her part so tiny?
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The doppelganger thing will probably have it's own ep later ;)



Rebekah did say that the people who carved the glyphs didn't know their family, or not all that well, so I guess the villagers that hid from Mikael's rampage?



I can't imagine Katherine being dead, she is one of the best characters on this show, probably just zoned out for some time somewhere.



Elijah! I love that man, even with Lorenzo Lamas-hair. Made me laugh with that one, btw.



Tie!
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Yeah, I know Rebekah said that at first, but at some point it must've clicked that they were real carvings.
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You are the BEST HANDS DOWN! I feel like the more I don't like an episode the more I love your recaps. This ep was ok, but they had to come down a notch some time this season. Still a fun one, though. Esp the Salvatore brothers back in action.



REGARDING STEFAN'S COMPELLING: Mikael said Stefan needed to find a loophole and he did. Stefan said that Klaus compelled him to not say where he was or anything about him. The loophole that Stefan figured out was that he could lure him back to town. He doesn't have to say his whereabouts to do this, thus not breaking the compulsion orders. I am, however, thoroughly confused about Stefan's being compelled to turn off his emotions, because clearly he hasn't in some areas. And how can he turn them back on, like they are trying to do if he's been compelled? Is the loophole that he hasn't been compelled to NOT turn them back on?
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Haha thanks! And yeah, the compulsion stuff is getting so vague and contradictory that I think I'm gonna take a vacation from trying to figure it out anymore.
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you are also awesome for responding to everyone. I'm tired just thinking about it. :)
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i got the impression from last season that there were more originals, Elijah said Klaus killed all his family. and in the scene where Elijah is supposed to kill Klaus, Klaus says he will take him to 'them', if all he is referring t is Rebekah then why not just say so
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Word. This didn't make much sense.
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Lovely recap as always. The compulsion thing still confuse me, but probably because its Stefan who's compelled, and they have to make him conflicted and all. Still, I don't think he

"broke" the confession, he was just desperate enough to find a loophole. Actually, what exactly did Klaus compelled him to do? And if Mikael is an original too, can't he just override the compulsion by compelling Stefan to tell him where Klaus is?
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Seriously, I think I've just started zoning out whenever they talk about compulsion.
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I gotta say the show is turning a bit into a convoluted mess, before it was about keeping Elena's friends and family safe and human while she dated a vampire. Now practically everyone is dead, a vampire or a hybrid. The characters don't have much left to lose. Its like Klaus will periodically use Elena's blood to birth an army of hybrids that will threaten humanity or something?
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Oh, things have been messy for a long time though. Like season 2, in retrospect, makes like no sense. I think that's part of the thrill though, I'm sitting there struggling to understand what's going on at any given time.
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OMG. This is sad. U should reconsider writing about a VAMPIRE show if u don't think this was one of the best episodes of the entire show. Let me tell u something about vampire genre.... the part of the story in which they tell u how vampires were created (within that story) is kind of the part u were expecting. And u say all that nonsense. Again... u better reconsider what ur doing.
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Your comment is nonsense though. Did you even read the recap?
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What are you talking about? The recap is logical enough and Price said he liked the episode... where's the 'nonsense'?
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-I think they are still finding a was to bs the doppelganger story line in tbh

-I think Mikael probably carved the info about the Esther's murder

-I don't think Kat is dead. She's just lying in the deep waiting to be relevant

-OMG that is zee hardest. Both Elijah and Klaus were looking good with long hair.

-Hands down Rebekah. Elena can't fool me. Who was giving providing her with the adderall in this episode?
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Haha I would love it if we found out Elena was on meds. And was it just me or did she seem kinda hoarse and jaded in this episode? Is Elena taking smoke breaks we didn't know about?
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i guess they're saving the original doppleganger reveal for later, which is fine & all... i just don't get why elena's never asked about her. girl is seriously lacking in natural curiosity. doesn't she know that villains love explaining their villainy?



theory-wise, maybe the original doppleganger was sos to klaus. (though he's been an abnormally asexual character thus far... except when it comes to stefan & his sister... and, really, where does that leave us?) anyway, if the original witch killed klaus's lovah to repress his hybridness, klaus would have been doubly-pissed... which could explain the matricide. plus there was that time when she shunned him, so yeah.



p.s. i gotta comment on the return of rebekah's pink feather hair extensions. which may not be a return so much as i just didn't notice them the past few episodes, but whatever. love her & all her pink, feathery awesomeness =)
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Haha if I was a doppelganger, that's ALL I would ask about. (The feather was awesome, that is my new favorite character).
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1. Good question...

2. Another good question... Elijah?

3. Yet another good question.

4. Elijah!

5. Elena. Her best episode!
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I am just glad I thought of good questions this time!
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