Bonnie got a haircut! Stefan broke a shot glass! Jeremy lost his shirt! All that, plus a new Big Bad situation made this a (MOSTLY) terrific episode.
Jeremy made a sandwich and also multiple people from ancient times tried to commit suicide with varying levels of success!
Plus: A shocking Doctor Who webisode, Klaus is returning to The Vampire Diaries, and Lifetime has released a trailer for Flowers in the Attic.
Katherine & Caroline teamed up! Other stuff happened too, which was fine. But also Katherine & Caroline teamed up!
Hearts, necks, homes, and brains: ALL were broken this week!
Stefan forgot everything! Bonnie came out of the closet! Jeremy did push-ups! "For Whom the Bell Tolls" was also a good episode for anybody nostalgic for 2009.
Primordial witches! Ancient Greece! Doppelganger madness! "Original Sin" was very informative.
Shocking news: Elena attended a class! Also Silas harmed at least THREE hunks and Katherine caught a cold! Plus: A sexy teacher finally.
Plus: Lauren Ambrose is returning to TV, NBC is rebooting Remington Steele, and someone paid a butt ton of money for a piece of Breaking Bad history.
The vampires went to college while an evil wizard back home bossed everyone around!
So many pretty faces all in one place!
Plus: CBS wants to work with Jim Gaffigan again, Mystic Falls welcomes a shapeshifter, and someone please stop Sharknado!
Plus: Gravity Falls gets good news, a real housewife is in trouble, and Lindsay Lohan will guest-host a talk show.
Elena is heading to college, Jeremy's getting some roommates, and Bonnie—well, she's still there, I guess.
The Originals gets a mid-October premiere, with most of the net's other series starting a tad earlier.
We can better understand the Emmy nominations and eventual winners by looking at the nominations ballots, which the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences releases publicly. At the very least, they can be good for a laugh.
There are packed episodes of TV, and then there are packed episodes of The Vampire Diaries. And then there are episodes like “Graduation,” which crammed in, like, three episodes’ worth of stuff, even by this series’ standards.
New TVD spinoff The Originals leads in to Supernatural on Tuesdays, The Carrie Diaries moves to Fridays, and more.
“The Walking Dead” briefly brought many of TVD's non-romantic relationships back to the surface, living up to expectations that first arose when the notion of dropping the veil was explained. And it was a blast.
So, all it took to get Elena’s humanity back on track was a hearty dose of horror. Could the same be said of the series as a whole?
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