The Secret Circle

Season 1 Episode 20

Traitor

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Apr 26, 2012 on The CW
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  • TEENAGE WITCHES

    The Secret Circle: The Killing Goon (PHOTO RECAP)

    "Traitor" was another strong episode that clip-clopped directly into some late-season fireworks. Nice ending too

  • Episode Summary

    When one of the crystals mysteriously disappears from the abandoned house, the Circle comes to the conclusion that it was the traitor witch working with Eben, so Jake sets up a meeting with Isaac to see if the Circle can convince him to join their side. Cassie's struggle to control her dark magic threatens to destroy any possible alliance when their pursuit of the traitor leads them to the "Creepiest Place on Earth." Meanwhile, Faye and Jake team up to steal Dawn's crystal, and Melissa and Adam pair up and discover a new magic trick. Meanwhile, Diana turns to Charles for help with her frustrating situation.

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    • Traitor

      10
      Traitor was a perfect and very entertaining episode of The Secret Circle. I really enjoyed watching because there was a lot of significant character and plot development along with magic, drama, and intrigue. It seems Charles is the likely candidate to be the traitor but it could still be someone else. Cassie and Diana had some great scenes together now that Diana knows the truth. I also felt that Britt Robertson could be the next Sarah Michelle Gellar, though there is absolutely no replacing her and I only mean this in the grandest form of flattery and tribute. Blackwell's intentions are not clear and the witch hunters seem to be closing in while some secrets come to the surface. The acting is superb, the story lines are awesome, and the over all production continues to amaze me. I certainly look forward to watching the next episode!!!!!!!!!moreless
    • WOW, Season 2 PLEASE!!!

      10
      What an amazing episode! Loved, loved, loved it! And Nick is back, yay! Dawn is super amazing too, I bet she's on her own side, regardless to the other two... Cassey and Diana are awesome together, Cassey is more inclined towards the dark side, and Diana kinda pushes her back to the good side, does that make any sense, I am so excited about how awesome this show got, that can't even finish my thoughts! One thing I know for sure - I want season 2, because I wanna see whats next and further on, this show is SUPER AWESOME!!! P.S. RIP Jane, will miss you girl... although Nick is back, so who knows... Love this show!moreless
    • Heating Up The Show

      9.0
      The show is really preparing its audience for a perfect series finale. The story really develops well although it takes awhile but its worth it...



      for two consecutive episodes, the show puts out a lot of twist in the story and yet opens up tons of possibility or questions to some, which some of them are as follows:



      Blackwell: Good or Bad?

      What's up with the traitor witch? Why is he doing it?

      Will Dawn team up with Charles or John?

      Adam- Cassie or Cassie-Jake?



      But the most question in my head that is very intriguing, is that, is Cassie would be the

      powerful dark witch or is it just masking the possibility that Diana (the most fair and good) would be the darker one? So fascinating and it makes me hang on until the finale...



      By the way... this episode alone really gives a lot of twist and story development...



      I just have a thing with running around... most episodes show tons of running around, chasing this and that... But regarless, I'm loving the show...moreless
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